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Lebanon, Springfield, Bardstown and Greensburg baseball teams contested for prizes at the Lebanon chautauqua, and the playing ceased Friday afternoon, the result being as follows: ,In the first game Springfield defeated Lebanon 7 to nothing; In the second game Greensburg beat Lebanon 5 to 3; third game Lebanon won over Bardstown, 9 to 5; fourth, Springfield was victorious over Bardstown 7 to 3; fifth, Greensburg defeated Bardstown, 7 to 4; sixth, Springfield seccessful over Lebanon, 10 to 3. The first prize of $50 went to Springfield, second honor, Greensburg. Will Young, of this place, did some fine pitching for Greensburg, and Judd did some heavy hitting for the same team, winning the prize for the longest hit. Tom Judd did himself proud at third base. Columbia furnished the pitcher for the Lebanon team in the person of Jo M. Rosenfield, who stood behind the bat like a stone wall, letting no balls pass. Ro-mie IC" In obedience to a call, about two hundred Republicans assembled at the KENTUCKY: if court-hous- e last Saturday afternoon for George J. Hurt, Plff. ) the purpose of electing delegates to vs E. A. McKinley &c Dft. J the State Convention which meets in By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Louisville this (Tuesday) afternoon to Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at nominate a candidate for Governor and County .Sunday School Convention Picnic and Saturday, July 22, the Adair Co., S. S. Convention will be held at the Union Presbyterian Church. The interesting program for this meeting will be published next week- - The Convention Ex erci&e will begin at 9 a. m. and continue until 2:30, p. m.with an intermission for dinner to be served on the grounds. From three o'clock until six p. m.the Union Sunday School members with their friends, will hold a picnic, including five o'clock lunch. Those attending the Convention and others will be invited to attend the picnic. The beautiful grounds of the church will be put in order for a most enjoyable day. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. PERSONAL ADAIR CIRCUIT COTRT KENTUCKY. James E. Atchley &c Plff, ) vs ) Emma L. Atchley &c By virtue of Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, thereof, 1911, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 7th day of August 1911, a,t 1 o'clock p. m., or therebout (being County Court) upon a credit of six months the following described property, A tract of land lying on the waters of Sulphur Fork of Russell's creek in Adair County Kentucky, known as the James Atchley land, containing about 71 acres. For a more complete discrip-tio- n of said land reference is hereby made to the judgment and order of sale in order book 12 page 392 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office for the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-w- it: ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT LJt. -- . Mis3 Jennie Barbee is quite sick this S.i:i-d- a week. Mr. Will Young wa3 quite sick 1 the January Term, thereof, 1911,correct-e- d May Term, 1911, in the above cause, for the sum of eight hundred and sixty-thre- e dollars and 47 cents, with the interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum from the 31st day of January 1010, tjf l- Last Thursday morning Mr. IT. C. Rev. T. E Ennis, Feese, who is a contractor, met with an Mrs. Jo Rosenfield i3 spending a few Rev. J. W. Crawley, accident which, in all probability, will Our stock of Screen Goods, Ham- weeks with her daughter, Mrs C. M. Abel Harding, lay him up for the Summer. He was mocks, Sporting Goods, Tin Ware, En- Barnett, Evansville, Ind. Committee. remoddling the dwelling of assisting in ameled Ware, Boys Wagons, Hand Mr. W. T. McFarland, and at the time Mr. Jo Morris Rosenfield, who has Cars and many qfher goods must be nf tne appident. he was on a hiph scaf- at LebGood Prices on Sheets, Pillow Cases, sold by August the 1st. Do you want been catching for the ball-teaanon retuned home Sunday. fold, which gave way. precipitating ipreads, Table Cloth, NapKins, Towels your share? him to the ground. His riglif'ankle Reed Hardware Co. Mr. Ed Sparks and Mr. Ulis Garrett, and Crash, at Frank Sinclair's Hon. William H. Cole, Bakerton, was broken and badly crushed, and he passed through Columbia Monday, en who twice represented his district, com- was also otherwise hurt. He was conWe have some old clean wheat that route to West Lebanon. Ind. posed of the counties of Adair and Cum- veyed to Drs. Russell & Hindman's of we will close out at 75 cents per bushel. Card of Thanks. berland in the Kentucky Legislature, fice and his ankle put in plaster parish. Miss Cary Rosenfield, who has been We sell bran $1 per hundred pounds, or "Not In cruelty, nor in wrath. The Reaper came that day; died of Brights disease, on Saturday, i He was then sent home, but it will be visiting at Big Spring and Evansville, 90 cents in 500 pound lots. "Tivas an angel visited the jrreen earth We desire to extend our most heart- 35-the first day of July, aged 69 years many weeks before, he will be able to Ind., returned home Monday. Smith : Stevenson. And took the flowers away." felt thanks to the friends for the kindThe funeral was preached by Bro. B. follow his vocation The accident is a Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Young and little P. Tarter, minister of the M. E Church very serious one to Mr Feese, as he That these resolutions be spread upon ness and sympathy shown us during Mr. Walker Bryant has purchased granddaughter. Miss Cecil Sulivan spent for the Renox circuit, on Sunday eve, had several important jobs to com- the Class Record, and a copy be pre- the illness and death of my beloved the timber on the farms of Robt. Hud- Sunday with J. W. Young Fairplay. sented to Borther Smith. husband and our father, S. ' D, Cren- son ana L. B, Reeves, Consideration the 2nd, to a very large concourse of plete. Done by order of the class. shaw. Especially do we thank Rev. J. $1250. people, after which the remains were Miss Bess Penick. of Todd county, C. S. Harris, R. Crawford, the pall bearers, and the taken in charge by the Burkesville who has been visiting Mrs. W. C. Smith Escaped Witn His Life G. P. Smythe, donors of the beautiful floral offerlodge of F. & A Masons, of which fraBorn, to the wife of D. P, Vanars. for the past week has returned home. "Twtnty-on- e Committee. years ago I faced an awWife and children. ings. ternity he had long been a worthy and 20. 1911, a dall, Louisville, June Mrs. S. H. Pile, Glasgow, Mo., faithful member, and interred by them ful death," writed, H. B.Martin, Port j daughter Carolyn. reached here Monday afternoon and is Haerelson, S. C. "Doctors said I had Mr. Lewis Reece of Breeding, A correspondent, who claims that she in the family burying ground near his mother, who is critically home. Mr. Cole was one of our most consumption and the dreadful cough I ordered the News to her address dis- Miss Annie Lee Strange, of Dirigo, The singing announced for White now with her ead looked like it, sure enough. I tried continued sixteen months ago, but her eloped to Tennessee last Sunday, and Oak the third Sunday has bnen post ill. prominent and public spirited citizens, of cool and cautious judgment in every everything, I could hear of. for my cough request was overlooked. The paper were married. Mr. Reece is a son of poned until the fifth Sunday. Mr. Jo Coffey, Cashier of the Citizens thing coming before him, well and and wasundenthe treatment of the best has been going to her address each W. T. Reece, and junior member of the Bank, remains at his home. He comdoctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a year week for the sixteen months, and of firm of W. T. Reece & Sons. Miss widely known, and will be greatly plains only of weakness, as we under SALT FOR SALE. but could get no relief. A. f rienp advised course it was taken from the post office Strange is the daughter of Mr. and missed in public as well as domestic stand. me to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I and read. Notwithstanding, the sub- Mrs. Houston Strange, and is one of circles. T. T. Baker. Mr. Allen Pile arrived to be at the did so, and was completely cured I feel scriber writes that she is not obligated the most popnlar young ladies of the I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, bedside of his mother Sunday night. which cost only 15 cents more than the The Open Air Gospel Service. that I owe my life to this great throat to pay for the paper. Well, if that is South end of the county. The other children, who are absent, are and lung cure. "Itsjpostively guaranteed the way she feels about it, all right. oi bushel barrel which .you buy else- expected. for coughs, colds, and all bronchial af--f That is all. 33-L. R Humble carries the mail be- where. Sam Lewis. ectiogs. 50c & $1 00 Trial bottle free at Mr. M. Rey Yarberry, who is in the-- , tween Columbia and Jamestown. FriOwing to the threatening weather Paull Drug Co. A great deal of wheat was threshed revenue service located at Louisville, day night his horse got loose from the Real Estate Sale. conditions theattendane on the open air stall, made his way to the shipstuff, ate in Adair county last week, a majority spent several days of last week with service at the home of Judge Baker, being far above the aver- friends at home. Sunday was not so large as usual. We will on Monday, August, 7th 1911, about a barrel, and Saturday morning of the crops PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY. However, those attending greatly enat 1:30 p. m. offer to the highest bidder he looked the size of three barrels, and age. Mr. W. D. King, known to all the joyed the worship. The next service, the large 11 room frame Domitory near was out of commission. The Mail was Do not buy a pump till you see the merchants in this part of the State, W. H. C. Sandidge, Greensburg. to be conducted by Rev. J.R. Crawford the Graded school building, also the sent by a special. Latest Improved, Easiest Working reached Columbia Friday, and will b will be on the lawn of the W L. WalkF. J. Barger, Chestnut Grove. residence now occupied by Rev. J. R. with us a few days longer. Pump on the market, Eor Sale. Z T. Williams, Pleasant Hill. Crawford, in Columbia. Liberal terms er home, Bnrksvilie street, on the aftS. F. Eubank, Agent. Mr. A A. Huddleston, State Attorernoon of the 4th Sunday of the present J. R. Crawford, Edmonton. .made known on day of sale. Commit One 8 H. P. Ziegler Schrier hopper G. W Pangburn, Elroy. month. Everybody made welcome at tee reserves the right to reject any and Rev. J. R. Crawford will preach at ney, was in Columbia Friday night, cooled Gasoline Engine and Feed Mill Mt. Carmel church on the 4th Sabbath to his Burksville home on his rethese services. all bids. J. F. Blank, Cane Valley. complete. Grinds Corn, Cob and Husk. of July at 11, a. m. turn from Liberty Court. H. C. Baker, Chm. J. F. Turner, Mt Pleasant. ' Will sell cheap. Call or address. J. Menzie, Mosbys Ridge. 3t The manuscript for the Columbia Mr. E B. McLean, Glasgow, travel W. W. Mitchell and Co.. B. M. Currie, Columbia. Fair Catalogue will be ready for the We have more goods than we can af- ing salesman.spent Sunday in Columbia. Jo Pike, a man about thirty years Greensburg, Ky. T. E. Enni3, Pleasant Valley. printer in a few days. The Fair will ford to carry, and we are going to sell He is an enthusiastic McCreary and oid, came up missing Thursday night. 35-J. F. Roach, Good Hope. open the 22nd of August and will conGarnett man. In fact, he is st rong for them by August 1st if prices count. His home i3 not far from Cane Valley, L F. Payne. Mt. Carmel. tinue four days. An attractive prem. Co. the entire Democratic ticket. Reed Hardware and he was seen about dark the day of Summer Hardware, Sporting Goods, "D II. Howerton, Columbia. ium list will be offered compeditors his disappearance, near the home of Household Supplies, Buggies, Wagons, Mrs. j"S. Darnell and little son, of and the famous Wherley Band of O. B. Finn, Campbellsville, Ky., Mr. Scott Todd. He cannot talk so he Harness, in fact almost our entire Frankfort, are visiting in Columbia. Louisville will furnish the music. The hot weather has baen general cold drinks, improved can be understood, and his gmind is not reduced prices, until headquarters for Beaux and lasses from all the adjoining throughout the country. More than strong. His brother, George, was in stock at greatly soda Fountain. Also a General line o Mrs, Darnell i3 a daughter of the late August the 1st. Dr. Ed Nell and is a sister of Mrs. J. counties will be here and a goo'd time is five hundred deaths were reported last drugs and staple groceries. town Friday, . trying to locate him by Reed Hardware Co. in Fnhnlr anrl Afrs Han W. Kfnnlpq. guaranteed to every body who will put week from heat. They occurred in the phone. His people are very anxious to Remember that the Columbia Fair large cities. Locally speaking, there find him. in an appearance. Messrs. A. D. Patteson, M. R Yar Later, found. Eld. W. B. Taylor, of Lagrange, Ky., will open August 22, and will continue were no serious results to life, but vegberry and W. F. Hancock will be i: will assist Eld. Z. T. Williams in a four days. Dr. A. A. Hatfield, who recently etation of all kinds lias been greatly Republican State Convention from Adair For Sale. meeting to begin at- Cane Valley Mongraduated from the Ohio Dental Col- damaged. Some people report that day night after the fourth Sunday in girls. Apply county We have not heard of any Wanted: Dining-roolege, has received word from the State they will grow but few vegetables in who will be in attend A No. 1, Jersey cow 5yrsold, giving this month. or write to the Norris Hotel, Lebanon, other delegates Board of Dental examiners thathis their gardens. One of the Fair Directance. 37-splenKy. ors requests us to state that if there is 3J gallons strained milk per day, On next Sunday evening D. H. Howdid Butter cow. Mr. W. H. Stanton, Russell Springs, his certificate would be forthcoming. a person in the county, who has grown erton will hold his open air service on The Fourth was remarkably quiet in who has been in Louisville for a month, Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw. the Russell Springs, Irish potatoes as large as marbles, to A .He is located at the lawn at Mrs. Fannie Walker Adair county, not an accident reported. his wife beinsr under the treatment of - and is an elegant gentleman. bring a few to the Columbia Fair, and ' Mr. Hershel Taylor, son o'f Mr. Bruce The hour is .seven o'clock. Every body ,,), of a surgeon, was here yesterday en route be awarded a premium. Eld. Tobias Huffaker will Taylor, a young ,man of excellent char- is cordially invited to attend. home, iie leic nis wue greauvi Mrs. S. Wilson, of Russell Springs, Hebron next Sunday at 11 a. m at Mr. W. L. acter, is now proved. Ozark and Glensfork baseball teams who has been in a critical condition for On. Saturday, July 22, Rev. W. J. Walker's store. He succeeded Mr. Jumonths, is improving. Her will meet on the diamond at Lindsey-Wilso- n lius Stapp. was ,.:ttrral The hottest day ever known here' Levi and Muratt Shively .will begin a W. S. Knight, Attis McFarland, R.- Park next Saturday afternoon, '''timmy friends will be glad to learn that series of meetings at Freedom Church, Monday of last week. E. Lloyd, N. B, Faulkenburg, Julias game each, i tii.indications point to her recovery. The two clubs have won a the deciding The school per capita f for this year near Plumb Point, in this county. Kimble, Lilbum Phelps, of Rusaed- and they meet to play J. will be $4.13 or $4 15. Last year it was kA..n4-Tf :nnmhi9 on Sale. Organ for w . i:iiuiili. nocnaH un.nav. Lt . phoee who attend the Columbia Fair game Saturday. Every body urged to $4 05. It will be very gratifying to the The Roberts Bros, and their wives ! theLouisvijle Republican coa- . route cheap, itji ki, (,'"" " nrm.U.....:-.rif":-.-.t. jenx will Ka mvan on "j pvMun.jr turq out , and witness some fine .ball teachers throughout this section to are conducting a meeting at Grady ville. An extra nice organ for sale Kemp yentkm. I cAnAval lUKlCiluiijj 1....4... liianie playing e;,WllUCW STCd.w infa.ADhni UUU9, vknow of the raise. It is being largely attended. r m . 2t 3t until paid, and $35.05 coss herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public 'Auction, on Monday the 7th day of August 1911 at 1 o'clock p. m., or therabout (being County Court) upon a credit six months the following described property, to- wit: Two tracts of land lying in Adair County Ky, on the waters of Sulphur Fork Creek. First tract bounded as follows: Beginning at dog-- 1 wood in 0. T. Bryant's line; thence with his line S 79 E 65 poles to a chest- nut; thence N. 12 E. 16 poles to three small dogwoods in A Murrell's line; thence with same N. 79 W 69 poles to poplar, redoak and dogwood; thence S. 10J W, 163 poles to the beginning, containing 6SJ acres. The Second Tract bounded as fol- lows: Beginning at a wnite oak and poplar, Peter Bryant's corner; thence his line S. 79 E. 70 poles to a black oak and post oak; thence N. 192 poles to two black oaks and a chestnut in a line of a survey made in the name of Thomas Redman; thence with his line S. 74 W. 82 poles to a poplar said Redman corner; thence S. 13 W. 18 poles to a post oak and black gum cor- ner to Joseph Miller; tbence with his line S. 6 E TAR rrnloa fn fVio homnnlnn.' ft.wtj ww w.w containing 78 acres. Said two tracts of land lie adjoining. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser With approved surety or securities, muir; execute Bond, bearing legal interest from uay of sale until paid- - and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptlv with these terms. W. 6.. Coffey, Master Commissioner. - for other State offices. The O'Rear and Franks forces were about equally divided, and before the convention convened there was some speculation as to how the county would instruct. Mr. W. A. Coffey, who is Chairman of the County Committee, called the convention to order, and started the work that was before it. He then called for the nomination of candidates for temporary Chairman. Dr. L. C. Nell was nominated by the Franks forces and Mr. J. 0. Russell by the O'Rear followers: Upon a count Nell had ninety-thre- e votes and Rus sell ninety-onand Dr. Nell was declared temporary Chairman. This action greatly enthused the Franks' forces and a shout of approval went up from that side of the house. Order being restored, Mr. M. C. Winfrey was elected S cretary. Before there was a call for a Committee on resolu-- a tion, Mr, M. R. Yarberry, who had been an outspoken O'Rear man, arose and read a bunch of resolution, nam- ing nineteen delegates, instructing them to vote for Franks first and for Cox second, and also for Charles Par-wit- h rish for Auditor: no othe instructions. He moved the adoption of the resolutions, and after considerable, wrangling and count, the resolutions were adopted, and the convention adjourned. There are two factions of Republicans in Adair and in our judgment had they been at peace among themselves the county would have been easily car- nA f n'Po- J ihcai. i.. e, -- night. Mr. L. R. Chelf was here from Knifiey Monday. Mr. R. A. Epperson left for Taloga, Okla., Monday morning. Mr. A. A. Miller was on the sick list a few days of last week Mrs. Z. T. Williams was quite sick Resolutions. Whereas, God, in his infinite irercy, has seen fit to call to her home, the wife of our dear Brother, W. B. Cave, therefore, be it resolved by the Bible Institute of the Campbellsville Baptist Church, in business assembly, this July the 5th. 1911: That we extend to Brother Cave our heartiest sympathy in his bereavement. 2nd, we would remind him, that "God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble;" and though it may seem dark and sad and dreary, yet, this is but a passing through the cloud, as it were, beyond which is everlasting sunshine, and where "He giveth His be'oved sleep." 3rd, That his loss is her gain; that "God will give him strength to bear it;" and although, she cannot come to him, he can go to her, and then, ah then, forever united, they shall sit together "In heavenly places in Christ Jesus" and sing "Holy, holy, Lord God Almighty." 4th, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to Bro. Cave: that same be published in the Adair County News, Green County Record, Western Recorder and the Taylor County Enquirer. the greater part of last week. Mr. A. H. Ballard is yet confined to hi3 room, but he is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Massie are spending a week at Russell Springs. Mr. R. L. Marshall made his regular trip to Columbia last Thursday. Mr. Geo. H Gowdy made his regular trip to Columbia the first of the month. Messrs George and Oliver Tuggte. of near Albany, were here last Fri- dav. Mr. Ray Kobson and wife ' July the 4th, Mrs. Angelettie Garner, who lives in Russell county, gave a birthday dinner, she being seventy-four years old. Theie were fifty-eigpresent, 4 children, 19 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, three On sons-in-lason-in-la- ht of Camp- w, ' 1 1 daughter-in-lawsister-in-la- , grand The remainder 1 w, bellsville, visited last week. Mrs. J. B. Barbee, I I were relatives and friends. The old lady received many presents, and the day was very much en'oyed. Resolutions. Whereas, Almighty God has in His wisdom removed by death the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Smith on June the 3rd, 1911. and since that home has been bereft of this precious jewel: Now therefore, We, Class Number One of the Columbia Baptist Sunday School, of which Brother Smith is an appreciated member, tender our sympathy in this hour of sorrow. In doing so we feel that their loss is Heaven's gain; that the transplanting of this precious little one into that Heavenly Home, should serve as an additional incentive for a greater desire on the part of its parents to draw them to that Home of Peace. Were it possible for us to give consolation, we would cheerfully do so, but we can only point to. Him who can bind up the broken heart, and whose goodness is eternal. Mrs. H. Stanton, of Russell Springs, Mr. W. F. Hancockjcame down fram submitted to an operation," in to attend the Republican., Louisville, a week or two ago, is re- Frankfort Convention. ported as getting along nicely. Fred Chapman, who was out with a A few Special bargains in ruS 9 X 12 traveling man three weeks, returned w v that was slightly damaged by R. R. Co. last Thursday. Frank Sinclair. Messrs. B. H. Gilpin and Robt. Borwho I I Miss Ora May Howerton, of ders, were here from Campbellsville Boone-ville, .. Ind., arrived Friday for a few weeks visit to her brother, D. H. How- last Thursday. Rev. Randolph, pastor of the Methodist Church, Burksville, was tn Columbia last Thursday. erton. Mr. Painfully Kurt. Mrs. Sam Lewis, who has been, that his wife is steadily improving and on an extended visit to Glasgow, re that he has hopes of her recovery. turned home last Saturday. W. Richards J, writs the News 3 vJ ' en-rou- te 3t - m 3t m - , . fr .... ., -- Y ,.". .. t " "V ' ..' "ysv i. 2- lip. - . T &jzfr: THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS IF" "1 Attention! We Carry a complete line of Piaiaiiis In Montclair. N. J., they have set about putting an end to the mosquito nuisance by levying a fine of ?io per -- f IN THE REALM i UdoSUH!-27 ' l L & N. Time Card 9:42jam day on the owners of all premises who permit ponds of water thereon to contain "wrigglers" mosquitoes in the larval stage. The job of mo win? the lawn may be simplified if the sod i.s cut away from the trunks of the shade trees thei-pofor a distance of three or four inches. This will improve the appearance of a mowed lawn and will do away with a pulling of the grass hugging the trunks or clipping it with hhcirs. The new canes iu the raspberry patch will be much more surdy and will bear far more fruit ueit season if the terminal shoot is pruned off about now, or as soon as ii reaches a height of about three feet. This will induce the putting forth o many lateral shoots on which fruit will be borne next year. L1 I? arm and L Or In effect Monday. Dec. 31, IMS. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville Z A. Lkbanob WO t 'M$ , ...... ....... ..8:1 am ............ IfeCI ara 7:40 pm NO. fif. ...... 5:0pm Jfo 21 l0!pm ftMpm 4mO . Gown of Embroidery. sNo93 " (Mpn 90.pnup 0 Stock ready for use. A large assorttaeai of Windows, Doors, Roofing, Colonial CjoJumns. In fact '- -, we can furnish any part or eB tfce" Wood, any grade desired, that k neeeWfot Buiicting or Repair work. Interest It wffl be to your 1 -' to' inspect our Stock and Puces. ? v 5SaBSKESBHEa2HJ Sandusky 2aRSSHXH3U e.,,.4e-4-'-4'S------'',',"',0''s' & Co. raazS " i sss .iiiiJi,W,iwi wannrnasgga A cojriPflWY A Hueitss BUNDS. A Sash, Doors. Bksids, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, interior Finish." Etc. o 9 i One of the somewhat rare and very beautiful shade tree that, are highly prized by the landscape gardeuer is the Camperdowu elm. The tree is a rapid grower, has n large leaf and drooping a simile year limb habit, the growth on a young tree pi vim; it n decided umbrella shape. The sjock i grafted in France anil sells at a fancy price. Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. 7 We appreciate them. i L: MHRHCq nft INCORPORATED. - 211-2- 15 E. Main Street - Notwithstanding rhe fact that timoas thy hay has butv tltom much digestible protein as alfalfa, there are nevertheless many section; of the country in whi'h fanners continue to raise it and use it as a ration for dairy eow. Il is just about on u par with feeding a harvest hand boiled potatoes and skimnulk when he needs rather pork and Inans, beef and brown bread. one-eigh- th Broderie anglaise. or eyelet embroid- t IAIN LccisMiia ery, as some call it. is popular In o."2J. SottMR : 10:15 ara ISt mm the designing of the white wash dress o. 73. Then You Have a Combination That O.K.. 40imh and blouse. The sketch presents a lo.H. i!ff VSR 91 Defies All Weather Happenings. "3 lUMle'l in broderie lo. . 10;15 L'j lJBt mm and clev- particularly, chic Here is poitivelj the latest Nos. M and 93 mi Sanda teakn only. erest thins in the great silo question. anglaise. The skirt has a canter paneJ The cement tank is built in the center of a circular barn, where its contents, are not only protected against ail weather conditions, but the animals to be fed are protected also. The power plant in the up to date j bam is easily and chicly applied for j cutting and handling the ensilage, and Pint-ClaTable the whole arrangement eems to be a tine application or tue oui iiun pnruse Good Sample Boome "inulturii in parvo." Feed Stable The word silo comes from the French or pit. and this methand means ditch Rsocable Rates od of keeping green fonge seems to have been first uod bj the French K people, but iu the last few years the n Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm farmers of America have surpassed 11 othnot only the French people, but ers, in developing this method of pre-, serving green forage, and of course the American farmers and inauufacturtH'S BUILD SILO IN THE BARN. NORTH BOCND Lv. Lbbanom As. i - T. 3jjj i j ; WiLMORS MOTE!, m GKiDYVILLe, i ii fffifafM W- S. D. Crenshav YETfBiXAkY SIMEON u LOUISVILLE, KY. 9'i.- O 4- - &4 Another llnistuin cow has established a new woild's reiottl. This time it Is Fontiae t'lothilde de Kol. a New York cow, that in sseveu days produced GK1.1 iKJiiudf. ot milk, from which 37.2 pounds of butter we're made. v In the milk iehlwas 'J..SS pounds of milk and her butter ' "5 Jk J' sl-S- Special 4tlr:fr. lo'E;. WEATIIEIt IMtOOF SI&O. 0. G. KARfWiCi, Prcs. J. li CQC'iZ, V. Pres. R. H. DIETiMAN, Sc thirty day period 133.2!) Her have made great improvements in tbf j The original making of ensilage was nothing more than in imitation of the dog that digs in the ground to cover ! up and keep a bone or something else he wanted to keep and eit at a later date. But, while the silo in the ground serves a great deal better than none at all, It falls short of being as satisfactory as those built above ground. Of course the praeti' al ue of .the silo is the kaering of forage iu a succulent condition, and the most general adaptation isfor the use of dairy cows. ths ngo of it the consumption of ftI1Ru.lia, i,as increased ierv ranidlv in the last ten years. It may be that a chemical analysis does not prove that forage of any sort contains more nutriment than the same would hive cut and cured in the regular way. but it has been the experience of all who have used good corn ensilage that it is the best method to preserve corn for eatt!c. The digestive nutrients in forage of any sort seems to be kept in a more satisfactory condition as ensilage than any Other way. and a far greater quantity per acre can be got trom the land, so that any farmer who keeps many cattle will be certain to find that the' silo is very necessary en his farm. art. W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 186' INCORPORATED U.S9 are reapouml. Thi-rsons to believe that Cloilulde will output e Piatulo, Poll-v- l, Fpavir or ar work done at xahr prices well fixed to take care oi stock. y due when work k doa or removed from stables. DBSS3. WHITE WASH smash records for the loiiser periwls. The State Auri ulturai college of with some of Michigan, railroads of the state, has lately the special. At sent out a potato-poultrall stops made short talks, practical and to the point, were given on these two important subjects. The value of the "gospel" spread by these specials can hardly be measured, the methods of to leave a instruction being such y piiiiiWf?iGHTS 1 1301 mflcjiifiiSTs DEALERS IN of embroidery, a wider band passing arouud the skirt just below the knees, giving- the eiTect of a straight flounce. The straight close fitting bodice is given the tashionable short waisted appearance by means of a girdle ot embroidery. - ItUTW X JlfAt El ICCffr IIS:! OK lUtttYlUI STKET. Joseph 4 ENGINES. EOtLBRS, SAW MLfS. li Store, couase. Keiiiac GRIST MILLS, FEEJD MILLS TrilRTeeNTr-MAlN- .' LOUISVILLS -In Inntin.. ilXlQtiLLo n.i.l - ! UCUUilv; imnraULUlll Ittl tllC a' 1..tSlSt. jtuftv.n'ivK 1 , SMOKESTACKS, ! ' minds of all listeners. i. ' Sbe&t Iron awt Tank WorK KWJBhNti ORK SOLICITED All 'Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- - An Avrshire cow. Nelherall Drowule IX., owned by .1. V. C'ise of . Seattre. . .. . t asn.. nas lateiy coinpiu'ed a jearN test in which she surpassed the record previously held by any cow of this She gave lfa.110 excellent breed. pounds of milk contain lug 820,91 pounds of butter fat. equivalent to !)3S pounds of butter. While this does not establish a world's record for cows of any breed, it is a performance that Avrsfiire breeders of die conufty ure ''much pleased with. .. 1 "1 Rich Brocades. Wonderful brocades are in the market. A gorgeous specimen na3 a gold tinsel foundation thickly embellished with a shaded rose red velvet pattern White satin meteors, interwoven with golden flowers, are as gorgeous to behold as they are n sensuous Joy to touch. It can easily Ik understood that such material needs an artbt for Its manipulation, as well as the purse of Fortunatus to acquire. Absolute simplicity Is essential to its making but it must lie the simplicity contrived with artifice, with such handmaidens as rare gold and old lace. i Ailoney-At-Uw- - Wfflprac&e this amTadeiBms Jantttewii, , Why Not ! OHIO JEWELRY FOR - Trees in a wood lot. like fruit, vegetable and flower, get ripe or arrive t 1 F .ft! a stato of maturity i not in quite so 8f exact and definite a manner. Thi maturity s indicated sometimes by decay, more ottm by lowuess of growth, while it k usually safe to folINCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD low the rule of tutting the tree when it is not making a treat a totai We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long growth iu wood :. the nearby tree as our stock of 26 inch fence lats. We carry in stocic all heights would make in addition to their pres- em. ruie ui gr)ni wtiv it tm. uui. (nd styles of Eliwood and Square Meab Fences. Tutting it another way. a tree is ripe when its presence- - in a wood lot is 581NCII J doing more harm than good. ' WINCH THE SUMMER a $?-yen- Read The - LLnUUll 26 ft? f f ii m W KL A LU j jti i m ii tf n AAA VtHf K K n fe V ,. V iiMWVi V' i at iri"i f aJ i m i 7j Wj lnh.ni It iiiifi &kU h ,t mmi jWjya fenESfeTflaS'ftNMFl'- W ktB agl-kl, f- -. laji V Mr M lLVii- - aa aa till W JVlInn - Hardware Farm Implements and Roofing. w Its, ''' . h -- - - DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Ah item in a daily prtpe'r not Jong siuce told of the extensive ilnmage whkh It was supposed had bet n done to Hocks in a certain neighborhood by wolves said to have their retreat 1n a not distant belt of limlHM. If the-- ex- ipvl'ience of some other communities we know of can he taken a a guue there is reason to believe that icoft if not all of this damage was done by members of the pact; of marauders bearing iu broad daylight tli pa me of &hep, Tige and Hover in their ui s- i ters' door yawls. Wolves will do d.ui age enough to poultry and yjuug stock, but they ought not to be made scape i goats for the offenses of their distant land more civilized cuUfin at the dog -. family. Too much importance can hardly be attached to carefully s aling. or painting over wounds made by Che, removal a ilarl Sr IS rtirwerl el W - When you cannot gee exactly what suits you out of our enormous assortments. Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Draperies and Wall Paper are here in a profusion of styles. We show more han 20 different sizes in Carpet Rugs and can match smaller Rugs, or X)oor Mats to nearly every design.' Prices always right. Da- - Visit Our Big Establishment that When in Louisville, look over our offerings and be satisfied you have struck the right place, the right people and the right Hubbuch Bros. k Weilendorff, P .,, of large limbs from the head or upper trunk of fruit trees. Of course It is' preferable to adopt from the' start such a ntylo of pruning as will make such heavy cutting unnecessary, but now and then one coines'into possession of an orchard tract which baa been neglected, when suclr heavy cutting has to be done late or never. When the surface of such cuts has become sufficiently dry to take paint it should be coated oer at intervals with two or three coats of any good white lead paint. If the cut is not more than an inch and a half in diameter it should be covered with grafting Wax. The prompt application of either Npalnt or wax will prevent the entrance of rot fungus and keep that portion of the trunk or limbs sound and firm and will contribute to the long life of tho tree. Incorporated li " 522 and 525 West Market St. '" w ftiircvi tVM.r I IIVUIUVIIJ. . KpnUirkv . . Cheers For th Glass Hn. The "frost proof" lien may be coming, says the Itural New Yorker, but Square Wiist Watches and if the glass hen is here, and no of ber June eggs in January does very well. lockets ui Enamel. Water glass or silicate of soda is I he best family preservative for eggs, and it will pay any farmer to breed the Enameled ornaments are still very glas; hen. Eggs laid in April. May and much worn, and new forms have beea June are best for preserving, Boil nine gallons of water. Aft r it found for them. The wrist watches has cooled rour in one gallon of water that are seen now are made square and glass and stir it thoroughly. Tut in a very thin, with the face ot the watch stone jar and gently place in the mix- set In the center. Not only are there square watcher ture about thirty dozen eggs. Get them for the wrists, clasped round by means as close to laying as possible and have leatb thm clean. Pnt the iar in the cellar of straps ot dove and pearl gray are oa HENRY .j WATT or a dark room, cover it over and let er. but the new locket watches and it alone until vou want the ecsrs. For the same shape,..'--.- . very quaint and . . ""' attractive they loon, lockcis are oeiu family use the glass hen is a wonder In its way a goud partner for af .Ifi. sold again to an increased nnmber of gi"t l000 vetch and the rest of the farm helpers. ' people, and especially a lover to his las. A beautiful square iocket mad tl t flame colored enamel, symbolic ut the CHEER OF THE FLOWER nnlnr of leve. has the word "Por GARDEN, You" in diamonds across the front, v while another has the more stereoThs flower garden may not bo typed words "Good Luck" traced to ' a3 profitable as tho vegetable pearls upon the surtace. The portrait and tfce garden, but will add cheeri comIs incased at the hack of the enaiaei. fort and contentment to the When a few seasons ago ropes ot home. The rest and peace of pearls with tasseled ends were intro mind afforded by strolls in tho ' flower garden are not to be com- - X duced it was wondered whether rlw fancy for them would be a fleeting V pared with money. one or not. It has not only returned. but has brought in its train a liking Courier-Journ- al The Child Meant Weil. for threaded pearl bracelets and for governor of Maine was at the other ways of stringing pearls, just as The school and was telling the pupils what children thread their beads to make the people of the different states were necklaces and rings. Both One Year called. The effect Is light and very graceful. from In- and particularly In the lists of pres"Now," he said, "the diana are called Iloo!ers. the people ents given to girl brides one finds nu-- 1 from North Carolina Tarheels, the merous ornaments for the hair, throat, people from Michigan we know as wrist and corsage produced In this Michiganders. Now what little boy or elegant way. girl can tell me what the people of The new cuff links are gay as well as dalnfo and especially attractive are called?" Maine We can also give likerd "I know," said a little girl. "Mani- are the harlequin sets. Each mound dif- Icombination shaped end sparkles with stones of acs." Popular Monthly. with Daily ferent colora, on one side rubles and diamonds and on the other emeralds or Sunday Courier Journal, These Hans Roost High. Possibly the most remarkable poul- and diamonds or other combinations. Write Courier-Journ- al Ccm- try establishment in this part of the country is located in Boston on the Panels on Skirts. ipany, Louisville, Ky., for. roof of one of the leading hotels. An Skirts are narrower than ever. employee has been keeping success- Mostly they have a flat stitched panel free sample copy of editioi hens. fully a flock of about twenty-fiv- e down the back, and occasionally they Located in the very center of the city, have a panel in the front, but their you desire, but be sure to the birds thrive and lay well and a circumference is very limited and the send your subscription orde flock of chickens is being raised to dark. The coats which comkeep up a supply. The eggs are used material suits, when reaching to the plete these NOT to tfy in the hotel and certainly ought to be hips, which is their usual extent, are to this paper fresh enough to atisfy7 th most ex abnormally tight round. Courier Journal. acting Courier Journal? . j drtiv The Adair Covat to t j I Wee ..jijTHtJ pet-pie w ' j Far $15 rate . l imitwK . j i . V - jjr? f.j-4- v - ,jtSi"' - r -- aVi. ;.j -- -- fi m "7 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Three leches of rainfall strung along over a feriod of three days will cause the average man. previously fearfl of burning up with drought, to holler for life preservers. Apples should be thinned when they are about the size of a hickory uut to at least six inches apart, and in the course of the work only the thriftiest and most perfect apples should be kept on the tree. report recently issued by New Zealand dairy authorities places the value of an acre of pasturage when sold in the form of butter at from $15 to $45. The diue'rewe hewj indicated Is directly due to tile ability of the individual cow ro convert grass into butter. A ART IN FRUIT PACKING. ' Women much needless pain when they delay using Cardui iu Liieii- xemaie irouDies. uaraui nas ueen iouna to relieve headache, backache, pain in the side and dizziness, arising frnrn nvormiQ Tt rlnoc moo g than relieve, if used persistently; many have writ-Li lu bay max it curea tnem. fl&va-n&n- Make Berms Look Like Poems and Reap a Worth While Reward. Here Is shown the way to pack rasp- Sr FREE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN Many a mother ha teamed of a way of "avoiding sickness in her family, especially among the children, by the use of a free sample bottle of the famous laxative. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to send a free sample bottle has been responded to by thousands of women in all parts of America. Dr. Caldwell's Syruo Pepsin i a truly wonderful laxative and especially adapted to the needs of babies and children because it is pleasant to taste and no child will refuse it. Then, it is mild and never gripes. It is all that a child's remedy should be, though it is a good laxative for the whole family because it is effective at all ages. It is not dynamic like salts, pills and powerful., cathartics, which should not be given to children under any circumstances. ! berries for the high class markets. Selected and fixed as they are, they are poems of nature, and the short haired fanner who gets them ready often makes more on a crate than the long haired poet makes nu a perfectly good set of verses. First, oi course, you must have your perfect berry, and after that no care ' is too great to send it to market in' . ::.-- : vct--- y.. '. ,::y- - Ntpe time out f n a child complains and you don t know exactly what is the matter with it, it needs a laxative its bowcl are constipated. Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble, tone up the child and. srton it will be well again wonderful results have been secured wfcki Syrup Pepsin over night You can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, tte latier being the family size, bat yam are invited to make a test of it hsafc at tbe doctor's expense. Send bkm-youaddress today and he will sesrfr you a free sample bottle direct to your home. Then when satisfied brn.-of your favorite druggist. t- - uhr r u It WEI Eeto You . J 37 -- A little tine road dust sprinkled on youittf pear trees, cherry trees or . ruee-buh- es J Mrs. Maxwell Johnson, Tamr, FhL 'mites: "Cardni Garti nie aiter 3u:.trg and everything es.se bad failed. I ha1jjeaa suffer ing villi numb pell ever since I rag 16 years o'd. One dav I decided to take Carttai. I have now taken 5 bottles ana 1 eaa "sax that it has cured me. I advise ail suileriu women to rive Cardui early "In ihV marniag when the dew is tin will put a uuish on thi slogs that so often jskeietoBifce tile leaves,' The dust is tough ou their gizzards awl isve.it glands. ... The writer, has tried ibis shag remedy and kaojK-- Jt uoee the business, t s :ms ; Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 402 Cald waUHfl-" biuidms; Monticello. UL - .For the free sample address H441v f a .oii ana fair . -- r i,ux lire. Johnson ., suffered. rairs. . Hava ' . . wny turtfci at all f Take Canlm. .- - trial' - . l)o vnn m'ah J Giv. it a fair trial . - -.- ? . . iV AT ALL D2UC If.flxv j m wmm m STOEE3 Tuere 1r no more sly nud brutal of the birdsttiau the upry'aad jrmcel'ul small red syulrrels tbat the lawns and parka of aliaost i erv town and dry. Jt may be tough c;n-efre-quer- n;. .t perform no .serviee that lu auy way eQui;Knsate.i riou of ejcgs treatment, but tbe nrKi'V favors shooting tbe.se wretches oir Kisbt. for they their. ruthless and youur birds. fr destrue-- ' Bt. !r ir-K- . S, unbar fvi.. Phone 29, Office 'Pborw 40-- J Bcnti0t , Or, iamas Triplet. Dentist: MMMPNMM ;mtES' COLUMBIA. FRONT KOOMS IK PU1LD1NG. KKNTUCKV l "PHONE NO, 4L, WNC 8. COUHWSIA izifnfci i BLOCK KENTOCr - Gumbo soil. corapo d largely of lay. silt and fine wind, is eunidwed to geologists asa water deitoeit of relat tively recoat ffeolugir-a- l times, tbe being carried to its resting pfaee by glacial strt?anxs:, While difficult to work and requiring s;tH.ial hand ting, the texture and workability of all gumbo soils are much improved by tile drainage, fall iilowing smd tbe tuntingr ' uadin of green uuyiuring crofjg. sedl-luen- t)S " ' WEEKLY GOURIER-JOURN- . AL stone to cure trans, but it has this in its faror that It's cheap and can be given a trial ut a cost of G or 7 cents and the erjtenditure of enough energy to walk to four corurs of the field. northern agricultural journal states tlutt tiring a shot guo-xjbefore sunrise at tbe four corner of a corniifid infested with will put a atop to tbe damage dono by them. This aounda a bit fishy, being: a trifle too much on the order of pHttins a olu dish rtg under n nut f cut-woraas A lady rfidet- of a HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor Is a Kwional Newspaper Democratic in politics. It printe all tke news without f or fiior. The regular price is $1,00-year, but you can gefc the WEEKLY e-4- r a COURIER-JOURN- AL MUGTHE ADAIR COUNTT BOTii ONE YEAR mm A .Miseotiri farmer broke a snun of mules of the runaway habit (rather, it was tbe first time, and he did it to keep them.fwm acquiring the habit) by keeping them iu the Oien and letting them run till they got tired'. He then kept them running for about fnr uiiles t fter tbvy wanted to slop and then put them on a stiff piece of plowing until sundown. Qe says rbat mules that are given this kind of dope when thuy show the flrst symptoms of the runaway tendency never require a secoud lesion. For (D.I.CU Yr Yr S6.QI if vou will give or send your order to i;hi? aper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Dally CoHrteHooroal, Sunday Ccurler-Joiirna- U $2J We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. fcj ieee Ickett ' :' its! Tobacco Warehouse tl I f . INDEPENDENT C, A. BRIDGES & Co. . PROPRIETORS Ky. iFour Months Storage Free Coner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, CHAS- - A. BRIDGES W. G.FUDGES - Medical Program. will meet in "Columbia on Friday, the 14tb day of "July, 1911, with the follow- The Adair County Medical Society, ing program: The beginnings of preventive medicine U. L. Taylor, Columbia, Ky. How shall we ktep our children from t ' dying? William Blair, Glensfork, Ky. How can we prevent typhoid fever? W. F. Cartwright, Columbia, Ky. , What can we do to check the social tyi1R. H. Perryman, Purdy, Ky. Should we require the same moral women? G. T. Breeding ky. Simpson, Is the Vital Statistics law a good one? V. R. Grissom, Columbia, Ky. How long should we wait for our patrons to pay their bilfs? 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 interesting, and profitable meeting. Don't forget the date. standard of men as - i ' i . '''Wt-- U.L.Taylor, - Program Committee. Following an unusually dry peasoa such as last, an increased interest is being .shown by corn bejt farmers iu that type of ulrivatoT which will kill weeds nud at tlu sRme time so stir tbe soil as in the largest measure to conserve the moisture. It has been found as a result of repeated experience that tbe surface or knife cultivator will do this. It cultivates thoroughly and kills many weeds that rhe shovel cultivator while there is a gain n anywhere. in yield at husking' time of all the An Effective Fly Trap. The Shapes of Eags, way from six to twelve bushels per Every garbage can, and swill barrel There was "recently had before the Ha5tliete& corps at cones acre.. . can be converted into a fly trap if the Zoological s'tciety f London a matheTheje Is many a supposedly retlued dfvico invented by Dr. Clifteu F. matical discussion of tbe differences In pondenca. Afew eggs. lik and cultured woman who would not Hodge of Clark university biological tbe shape at deiwrtment be adopted. those of the owl and rhe toitie. re CoTcrm xbe Kentucky fteld perknowingly crush a worm or lusct or The can or barrel is fitted with a spherical, or Bar!y so: a few. like the cat or dog iufih't pain on tbe cnrm'H'ant's. ar rtlip-tla- l. fectly. who at the same time will, with much loose cover which permits tbe flies to grebe's or syraWtrical enter. At the top of the cover Is an ends: tbe sreaj with pride, woar on her hat portions of the, "opeuiug leadlha to a wire .screen fly maiorirr. like the heu's. ar ovoid, or Covers tbe general nmws field. bodies of mother birds that have fallen trap, and it is a peculiar fact that MiiTer at ouehd than the other. Tbe . ea.sy prey to the greed of the Utofc-, - i. love most of the lUos euterinc tbe. can in hens rg !s altraya shi blnnt end fire- completely hunter becau&e'of their " . Eggs haf are- the mow ifficyia- - fi . for their yOuu. In ouo sense such a search of food will choose to make no-;iwoman is as aaruge at heart as the their exit at the top of the can and aw?trial are also egari of large fz. Has the best and fattest, mecgo to their death lu the trap. rerufrely- to fie, parent bird. Th heathMt , female rbat wears sticks lu thus This, method Is nof patented art vtrika of ejRSs uto pherisal. winterer kea reporo. her nose nud weights on her lips, and therefore nitty he used by everybody. .Sf form t thw ect w egg mas be. etvu more responsible. 4Por she has had Thl V beeo fbown obe due to tbeir cVoiv Rht'and should know betrr. DEMOCRATIC in poiitks, 'bufe 'jeliif fuelled ia Jtufd. tbe "wttfte." Orchard and Garden. wbi Unmakes t&e pressure pferrwre ju- nature's economy the woodcuuck Don't soil all the good fruit. Keep oq.jfce awrfaee of fbe yolk practically. If air to everybody. occnpie8 about the same relative plaee some of the best for home use. Xotb- hole's in the .ground as the jnoler-dlg- s in is too good for "our fours." YQUK that are a source ot cohsidorable The Jut a Bit Tea Apt- yet performs a service in the. nlijrht best remedy tot pear and apple Is to cut out and burn the AfTo eke our .hi saiurjs toe feople f a destruction of vermin of on kind and fected twigs' as fast as tbey appear. ma!l eottrtry char b gate tbir aa- THW RIGilf AWAW another that makes it posilile t lass , Few Hfrsons realize to what extent tor a donation party, among tfce pres it as ,a real benefactor of the tilleii of ' coat fert ., the soil. In case it seems imperative fungous troubles are robbing the fruit ents belec a fine new dr XO JlBiei grower and farmer of the promts of r. far htr TO THIS FATUit-n- ot fo. to dispose of a woodrhuck it may, be wife. done easily by. saturating a piece of his labor. Spray. LOiiisville Tiwieo. In the absence of a heavy fruit yield On 'he following Snnday as rhy i cotton with carbon bisulphide absorbent ' In thir new babi!- (CS2) and Insetting it iu the iu the peach orchard pruning should be walked up the done to Insure new growth of wood ments the choir inadvertently struck auiduts burrow. The several oponiugs Escaped with His Life. out with the voluntary -- much to the to the burrow should be stopped with for future fruiting. Remember that' there is no fertilizer duscomSture of the sensitive' clergy- - ..f-n- .,,.. prevent an escape of the an tl1)T: ,,,,, t earth so as to are these !n animal and make, the gas more effec- for the garden that compares with man and hl5 wife' well rotted barnyard manure. Applibright array?" Ladies' Home Journal. ful e,eash,"r.tes II, B. Martim Port tive. Harrekon, S. C. "Doctots aU I hsd cation may be made any time during damage done'by the fam- the fall, oven if the ground is not to be Vrtss. While the Young, ..but coaaunaption and tbe dreadful cough I ily of borers that work ,iri the trunk' plowed until late. "But, mamma thinks I am too young had looked like it, sure ecogh. I tried and limbs of trees is much less than All flowers are kept in bloom much to marry.-"Why should nbq think that? You'r? everything.l could hsar of , for my cough that done by .those found at or just longer and the flowers are larger if below the surface of the ground, it is not allowed to form seeds. Pinch off much older than she was when she got and was under the treatment of the best r ; every flower as soon as it begins to married., aren't, you?" well to keep an eye open for them. dactortnGsorgetowjS. C. for a year " a dead strip of bark in the up- fade. This is especially true of sweet "Yes. but father was drawing a per trunk 'of a thrifty top grafted peas and pansies. much larger salary at the tinie"thaa but could get no relief. A faiend advised Wealthy tree the other day and supThe same sun. ralu and dew fall vou're getting." Chicago Record-Heralme to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I posed at first view that it" was caused upon the orchard of Mr. Careful as did so, and was completely cured. I feel by some rot fungus getting a foot- upon that of Mr. Slack, but Mr. Slack hold. A closer Inspection with a knife gets few marketable fruits. More dethat I own my life to this great throat Practiced, but Not Perfect. showed that. the dead spot was due to pends on man and methods than upon Jack I'll be frank with you. You and lung cure. "Its positively guaranteed one of the borers referred to that had Maine or Montana. are not the first girl I've kissed by any for coughs, colds, and all bronchial afbeen working for a considerable time It Is a very good plan to mulch the means. Maud And I'll be equally-franunmolested.. The birds of the wbqd-peck- rhubarb plants Nvitu a lot of cornwith you. You have a great deal fections. 50 & 31.00 Trial bottle free ' family get many of these bor- stalks or coarse' grafts. This will proto learn, even at that Boston Tran- at Paull Drug Co. ers, but this one they had skipped. tect the plants during the winter vand script; We scraped the dead inner and outer also keep weeds from choking the Town taxesare sow due call and set- -. nark away, killed the borer and will plants if tept on after cultivation ba r Resolve riot to be poor;"whateveryi Geo. CoSfey, Collector,, le at once. (mint the wound. have, spend Dr. Johnsoa. the spring. Miil-uiltwi- . Fur Seals Are as aa In Fixing Up. BUiUUJuJ KJOrtT 90U UABKET. The cat carries h- -r clotbesbrusa la ; tempting fashion. Clean, crisp boxes; her mouth, for wirh uor rough tongue tissue lwper, ,r""Pfernbly of a light she cleanse her glossy coat as a boy. green tint: aiTanj.-eaaon- t ;f brushes off. his clothes. She Hrirc on J" the layer and the packing of the boxes of her front paws uiid rubs It ovmr her In crates io prevent a single berry be- face and she ia redy for her break ing cruhHi will brine Standard Oil fast. roxes. aogs anc waives do not use dividends to any fruit grower. their mouths when tuiy net-- to wash Education anif wealth nave made the arerajce consviaer most fastidious. and brush, bat scratch themselves vigH or she cares no more to have a orously with tue4r hiud daws and are lot of raised up berries ladhd out in as fresh as ever? The cow with ber long, rough tongue bulk. The cost .is no object. The qualcombs her coat of h;ir until it hi clean ity is tbe thing. and curly. Tha horse more than any j other animal depends on his owner to j EDUCATEDFARfEFS. keep his coat iu proper comiitlou, bur often he will roll an the green grass Rjtiiraad King Says United States Can or rub himself down against a tre or ' Never Have Ovarsupply of Them. fence. Few men iu the world know more Field mice comh their hair with their j BRIGHTER, ScTTta, about faraiinsr as a wealth producer hind legs, and the fur seal in a similar than doer, James J. Hill, the railroad manner sfv?nds as mu'h time as a wo-- j WWER THAri fER I king; hence this extract from an arti- man iu making herself look smart. cle of his iu thu Yale (college. News is Although the elephant appears to be i mjksmM mum well worth perusal. thik skinned and callous, he taken "It peoins probable to me," writes great care of his skin. He often gives , Mr. Hill, "thai there are a gnol many himself a shower bath by drawing -ni'lCllli hundred uulversity graduates ia this water into his long. trunk :md blowing I LUUuYILLt f f JlCS country every year w1m woulu be bet- it on the different parts of his body, ter on it' they had shaped their studies After tbe bath h sometimes roils himwith a view to agricultural industry self m a toilet preparation of dust to A and taken their diploma straight to tbe keep off the flies. Our Dumb Animals. farm. "There is not and never will be any GAivlBLED FOR A GIRL oversupply of educated fanners. your if vou "At the same time the man with a Prince Lueien Bonaparte Wan a 9rid university iducation, supplemented by From His Brother Pierre, TO 15, YOU CM SET tist such practical- instruction as he It is said that the two brothers. would feel essential to any other occupation, is wrtain of success on the Prince Louis Lueien Bonaparte and farm in pro orti'n to his ability and Prince Pierre, in Ceir early youth when shooting mot:.ns in the auoua-tain- s industry. in Corsica, earne across a beau "1 do nor fliiufc of any orher occupatiful peasant girl with whom they both tion of which these sweeping, asserNEWStions can be made. 1 do uot know of fell violently in love. Who she was and v better she favorany ia which It is more possible to continue in connection with the main ed both brothers or neither I cannot AMD business oi" earning a living than en- tell. Re that. as ir nuty. they quarrichment and enlargement of the mind, reled. Les preus chevaliers of old which is the host gift oi university would no doubt iu similar occurrence life and its proper though seldom real- have bad recourse to iance and sword. ized continuation after the university The C'orsican princes decided to play for their belle a game of cards.. They has been left U'hjnd. "Except for those who have made went to the nearest inn and wrote and the acquisition of wealth and power signed u paper agreeing that which- -' their definite aim in life. 1 think the ever won the game should marry th ' 80THOSE YEAR farm offers advantages superior to lady fair. Prince Lueien won and. faithful to bis word, a short time aftes those of business or the professions." married her. She never left tLt- - inland as far as I know. Prince Lueien l ed in England, T Many things used in daily lira JT securing to her a T mforrable income, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES fe. X have to be bought, but moat of , whk-- she received tiil her death, some V our troubles are homemads. where about the spring of 1991. the best nitemoGn paper prinitdi the Princes Murat's Memoirs. x: Pa-i'cu- &;& :ii ..;! i' i Sr,.N-', lri S&& : :, wmn 9aBE' ?!2, jtC: j ANIMALS' iSFfcr s.sa4gaRaE 'Wj- - TOILETS. lar r 'Sv't?.?vV.!SS(--'-- 4 For Sale; One six year o'l jbined Red Hisd hoi'. Wo.' I f r ctttlt till en Ta New T; com-entri- e d LOUISV TIM LI ; J j , FOR !9f! ', i j .iir fit , IS S5.00 YEAH. wu. sim mm - THE ADAIR CGUNHF - THE LOUiSYILEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. , . eg-js- . -- - . - - -- - tm SUSSCA-- -- . . :r1 J -- ai-l- fsd tr v Wo-notice- . d. er leu. . A v . - '.Vw , I THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS THE ADAIR GOUHTY HEWS Breeding. . Watson. Had a good rainJMonday which . Published Every Wednesday was appreciate'd. BY THE Mr. Tom Dillon, wife and twp Adair County NewsrkCompany. children, fromlAlbany, were the ( Incorporated-guest of his brother, G. W. Dil...-- zz EDITOR. lon this place Tuesday and WedCHAS. S. HARRIS nesday. Democratic newspaper devoted to the In Mr. Fred Simpson celebrated terestof the City of Columbia and the people f Adair and adjacent counties. the fourth atHColumbia. ) - Corn and tobacco crops in this section are looking fine. Several of thefarmers of this place are very busy with their oats. Misses Eula and Girtrude Bault, of Holmes, were visiting M!MMH!!1 MM mmmmmmsmam A Combination Good Points Easy Running s Long Life Best Material Air Seasoned for 3 years Well Painted - i. JSntered at the Columbia classinalljmatter. Post-ofll- WED. JULY. failed to' getthere on account of Mrs. Fannie Royse of Dirigo, so much rain. United States Senator, Ollie visiled her brother, Rob Breed Misses Fannieland Eura Bault M. James of Crittender County. ing at this place last week. were visitinglMiss Susie Watson, Several fromLawson's bottom Governor, Jas.B. McCreary of in Cumberland Co., attended the last Sunday. Mrs. MarygPike,Fof near Car-me- l, Madison County. Roberts meetingefat this place is reported dangerously Saturday andSunday. sick. Lieut. Gov. 'gin doubt. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walker, Con Mr. IngramSRobertson and lumbia, were the guest of Dr. Auditor, in'doubt. Martin were visiting Howard and Mrs. Holland Simpson SunHopkins county. Russell, lastiSunday. day. Al-vi- Democratic TicRet. Russell's, lastiSunday Messrs. Finis'gand Lawrence Miss CandorjjWilliams of Bak as erton, who has been visiting her Bault and Elvin.'Overstreet, went aunt, Mrs. R. P.J3reeding, this to Wilson's creek last Sunday, 1911, 12. place for thegpastTtwo weeks re- with the intention of attending singing, but the singing master turned home"Monday. j i at G. C. ce sec--3h- d f i 4r T Perfectly Proportioned All of these Good Points and more are found in the COLUMBUS WAGON Let us Explain xOur Liberal Guarantee A IZSS. Mrs. LulaJShephard and daugh Attorney;General, Jas. ters, MisseSgMary'and Elizabeth, nett, of Adair county. of Nashville, Tenn., are visiting hervparents Mr. and Mrs, R. P. F. Secretary of State, Breeding, this place. They will Creceliusof Pendleton county. probably spend the Summer here. Mr, and Mrs. G. Y. Breeding Superintendent of Public InGar- - Mrs. Frank Norman and children, of Casey county, were visiting Mrs. Norman's brother, Mr. a and little daughter of Spring struction, Barksdale Hamlett,of field, 111., are visiting here. Christian county. Rev. Polk eDillon and wife, of rnmmicrfnnpr nf Acrriculture. Vrfeenviiie, ivy., spent Saturday J. W. Newman of Woodford and Sunday with their brother, county. G. W. Dillonjjthis place. Mr- - Matthew Overstreet, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J.bW. Bault and Ora A. are visiting5Mrs.Bault's mother, near Carmel. Mrs. Flora A. Humphress is making her ' home with her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Garner, since breaking up house keeping. .. Reed Hardware Co. Ask the man who owns one" iS5 .Clerk of Court of Appeals, Robert Green of Franklin county, j Treasurer, Thos. Rhea, of Lo- gan county. Railrord Commissioner, Klair, of Fayette county. Wm. The Republican State convention is now in session at Louisville, and the indications strongly point to the nomination of Judge O'Rear for Governor. It requires 1,179 votes to nominate and Sunday's Courier-Jourupublished returns from 113 counties and in that number the Montgomery county candidate had 1,187 instructed votes, more than enough to nominate. Notwithstanding Judge O'Rear's lead, Franks and Cox claim that al their combination will organize the convention and that Senater Bradley will be elected temporary Chairman. Strange things may happen and strange things have happened, but it is not likely that Judge O'Rear will be defeated in the convention. James Buckner, the negro boy who was partly reared in Columbia, and who killed policeman Roby, at Lebanon, a few months ago was electrocuted in the annex of the Eddyville penitentiary last Saturday. Joseph Wendling, convicted of the murder of little Alma Kelt-nwas sent to the penitentiary last week to remain during life. er and Mrs.JGeorge Breeding spent last week visiting tneir daughters, Mrs. A. C. and Mrs, Finis Baker, of Amandaville. They were accompanied by Greorge Breeding Jr., and wife, from Springfield, 111. Mr. C. C Breeding and family of Burkesville, were the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Breeding Sunday. Miss Addie Bardin was on the sick list a few days last week. Mrs. W. H. Cole of Bakerton, is visiting her brother, G. W. Dillon and family. Several from Marrowbone attended church here Sunday. Mrs. Jim English and daughter, Miss Golda, Columbia, were visiting friends and relatives here last week. Dr. and Mrs. Holland Simpson, will spend this week at the Sulpher Springs in Cumberland county. The revival meeting which was held at this place conducted by Revs. John and Earnest Robert and their wives, closed Sunday night with about thirty professions and the church greatly revived. This was their second meeting here and they have certainly done great good in the community. There was a large crown present each time, especially on Sunday. Seems that more the people know of them the better they like them and we feel like we can commend them to any community in helping to build up the churches of all demoninations. While there were not as many saved as we would like to have seen, still we think it was no fault of theirs for I never saw any one work more Herbert Cobb, who shot and klled his sweetheart, Miss Ella .Cravens, at Hopkinsville, was .given a life sentence Saturday. Conven-ttio- n earnestly than they. The song The Republican State services were a real inspiraassembled in Louisville at tion to the people and especially the noon hour, this Tuesday. It the solos rendered by Mrs-- . Earis trie field against O'Rear. nest Robert. While here they made their home with Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Breeding, who deA. lighted to have them and felt like they had been a great blessCOLUMBIA, KY. ing to us all. omci is BOiwn n'U'CO T. SMITH Lena, the little daughter of Strange one night of last week. Mr. Wm. Curry, who has been We are glad to have Miss Eddie sick, is improving. with us again. WATCH MAKER and JEWELER Misses Eula and Gertrude The singing at Smith Chapel j Bault spent last Tuesday with last Sunday evening, conducted their cousins, near this place. by Mr. Wesley Turner and Joel My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Matthew Overstreet made a Darnell, was enjoyed by all presOffice in business trip to Columbia, last ent. Saturday. Our merchants of this place J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. W. S. Bault made a business are doing good business at this trip to Cane Valley, la.st Tues- time. day. Blackberries are plentiful this There have been several cases year and the fields are full of Mens $4.00 Low Cut Shoes (all styles) - $2.95 womenand children. of roseola in thelneighborhood. ' " " -- 2.70 3.50 " " Mrs. Sarah Young and Rosa Our merchants. John Over- " " " 3.00 " " 2.35 street and C. E. Walker, hold an Sparks were' the guests of Mrs. " " " V7, H. Hammon, last Sunday. 1.95 2.50 " extra good trade. "- " 2.25 " " " " 1.65 Miss Lillie Burbridge, of West Mr. James Humphress, of near " " " " this place, departed this life on Point, who has been visiting relLadies 3.50 " " 2.50 June the 13th, at the age of 70 atives and friends at this place " " " 3.00 " " " 2.25 9 months and 2 days. for several weeks, started back years, " " " 2.50 ". " lt 1.S5 About nine months ago he be- to West Point, last Thursday. ' " 2.25 " ", " " 1.65 came terribly afflicted, growing We were glad to have our old " " " " 2.00 " " 1.45 worse and worse, till the Lord friend visit us all once more, and " " " " 1.50 "' " ",, 1.00 saw fit to call his spirit to that hope she will come again soon. " " " " 1.25 " " .S5 unknown world, where trouble Mr. Logan Sparks, of Glens- and sorrow never enter. He fork, was visiting his sister Rosa i We mean to close out our entire summer stock lived a long, successful life, and Sparks, last week. in all Departments within the next 30 days had been a faithful Christian Mrs. Henry Gadberry, who regardless of Cost, FOR CASH. Come and get worker since early manhood. has been on the, sick list for some the bargains. He always had a cheerful word time, is no better. for every one he met, especially Mrs. Sarah Strange, of Dirigo, distress-- . Several to those sin was visiting her son, Robert, years ago he traveled in behalf last week. of ministerial work. He leaves Springs, was in our. town last 2 Creelsboro Lawrence SulliSaturday eve. a wife and six children, and 24 van. Pickett. grand children to mourn their Mr. J. L. Mann played an im3 Cherry Grove T. F. Helm. Wheat threshing is the order portant part in the grand jury 4 Mantown Ima loss. Let us all prepare to meet Irwin. him in that beautiful home above of the day in this neighborhood. lat week at Jamestown. 5 Jackmon Bottom H a r 1 a n Ca'mpbell is at home Sam R. Dr. L. C. Nell, of Gradyville, where sad partings never come. ' Dalton. now. ne nas Deen gone ior The funeral services were at was here Friday, looking after 6 Union Chapel Welby Pow- some time. Carmel church conducted by his tobacco interest. Let all the Democrats come eu. Revs. Dudgeon and Rice,- - after Mary Alice Pickett left Friday out and vote next Saturday, for 7 Blankenship Allesby Antle. which the remains were laid to for Lebanon to attend the Chauthe purpose of electing good men 8 Denmark E. M. Montgomrest. tauqua. ery. for State officers. Mrs. Sena Kemp and sister, 9 Moore's School House Lee Fairplay. The School Board of Education and Miss Nellie Kemp were visA. Lawless, iting in Taylor county, a few in District No., 2, of Russell This neighborhood is suffering 10 Freedom Mont Richards. County, met June 24, at Union days of last week. 11 Sulphur from drouth. Corn and gardens Springs B. A. corn crop is m fine shape. Chapel school house, and after a Lawless. The need rain badly. The irish j The farmers have had good time long discussion elected F. V. is a complete failure. 12 Liberty-- L. E. Bernard. Hadley to the trustees place in ' to cultivate it. The little daughter of Mr. and Blankenship district, in place of 13 .Esto Stuart Rrxroat. I ' Creelsboro. Mrs. Charley Green is riot very Edd Tiller, who resigned a few 14 Wooldridcre Ethel Rnn well at this Writing. 15 Coffey Liza Vaughan. weeks sirice. Then the trustees Wheat harvesting is the order Our farmers arevgetting ready pursued their usual work, and All these schools will coa-menof the day in tins' community. - to lay by corn now. Some have elected the following teachers to on the 10th of July, Miss Eddie Akins, of Texas, finished. following schools: the which was fixed by the sch9! guest of Mrs. R, E. - Mr. L. E. Bernard, of Russell was the 1 Rockhouse Elmer Dalton. board. S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN Prices Down '" -- M ' Russell & Co. f f pota-fcfcr- op . m- II ce &. THE ADAIR-COUNT- Y NEWS ?W .i i. W www iii 3341 i$&S&i 'w-s- ss;;ss ss vow ww 7 Ui SVtKm. W Are Approaching And The Young People Want To Attend in Style and in order to so do, they are getting prices from a w The Buchanan Lyon Co. On their Fancy Buggies and their Finest Harness. in Central Kentucky, and the Greatest Variety. ber the place, The largest stock to select from The prices being Corect. Remem BUCHANAN LYON CO. W INCORPORATED 1 Camphelbville, Ky. g& w sa Personals. Mr. Jas.Garnetc left Thursday morning to attend a meeting of the Bar Association which convenes at Lexington, lie will probably stop in Louisville and witness some of the proceedings of the Republican State Convention. 1 H Hr Mr. Tobe Hughes, of Quanah, Texas, is spending a few weeks with his father, Mr. E. H. Hughes, his brother and CURES and sister and other relatives. Tobe is in PREVENTS GAPES fine heath and says Texas agrees with VaiVlVlr diarrhoea, roup, cholera him. His many friends were glad to ivtlftMeI whiteother chick diseases. and him. see Bottle of One Mrs. W. E. Jeffries and two children. Mamie and William left Monday for their New Mexico home, by way of Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Elizabethtown, Shepherdsville, Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of and Louisville. She was accompanied this medicine on hand. .Write for free sample to Campbellsville by her sister, Miss and Booklet on "Diseases o Fowls." Address, BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington. Ky. Mollie Jeffries. I ii down the throat of a MMnev' chicken destroys tha worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops in the drinking water I s '- fr-l?- " (' '61 - III ;' it "5 BourbonPoultryCure 50c The JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE - Mrs. Mattie Parr, a daughter of Mj Gadberry. Geo W. Ewing, a native of this county visited relatives in this county last week. She resides in Louiville and has The farmers are busy laying held a position in the Masonic Home for several years. Her father died by corn and stacking wheat at about three years ago. present. Will Furnish You with the Old Reliable Deering Binders, Mow ers, Rakes and Twine V ; Mr. Willie Benett was visiting than one month until the Russell Springs Fair opens. his uncle Mr. E. W. Bennett o f -- It is less . , Every body is delighted over the Glensfork last Sunday. prospects for a fine corn crop. Mrs. Mollie Bennett was visi Our stock will be reduced by August 1st if prices will do it. Do you want ting Mrs. Mary Gadberry. Mr. Irvin Loy and family were Bargains. visiting Milvin Gifford of GlensReed Hardware Co. fork Sunday. Blackberies wanted at the Mrs.' Gertrude .Gadberry. Miss Mary Frankum and Mr. Zack Mr. Mike Winfrey of ColumLOUISVILLE MARKETS. Darnell are on the sick list. bia was at this place on business Mr William Thompson attend-- e last week. Latest Quotations on Live Stock d meeting a t Glensfork last IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD Sunday afternoon. CATTLE 1 s " -- " " m Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows N Cutters Canners Bulls Feeders Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS ... Mrs. Fetney Thompson was $5.255.50 visiting Mrs. Lockey Loy Sun4.755.50 day. 4754.85 Mrs Nora Harvey and Miss 2.5o3.75 1.25(5,2.50 Antha Thompson of Glensfork 3.754 00 4.505.00 were visiting at Mr. Jeisie 3.004.C5 Thompson Monday. 30.00-42.10.00-20.50 00 J At h 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 vhere Money talks". We Sell Iron Fence MANUFACTURED BY Choice 210 up Mediums, 165 to 210 Pigs Roughs 2 6 75 6.75 4.50 3.50 6.50 Mrs. J. W. Pierce were visiting at Mrs. Henson's iast Sunday. Mr. and Wrs. Ella Brooks and Miss Laura Powell was visiting at Mr. Pierces Sunday. R;?v. B. M. Currie of Columbia , The Stewart Iron Wirks Company CINCINNATI. OHIO Whoso Fence received the Highest Award, "Gold Medal," World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. Tne most economical xence you can buy. Price les3 than a respectable wood fence. "Why not replace your old one UUW Tnuittueui) aiuauuvuuw.i x&u.uu, Over 100 designs of Iron Fence, Iro FImr Tue, Setteei.'.etC., shown in our catalogues. LOW "I.A8T A WFETIME." OALIi AND SEE VS. SHEEP AND LAMBS .races vrui surprise Jtuu. Best Iambs. Culls 50.300 25 Fatsheep Wheat Corn , GRAIN. S. F Eubank Columbia, Ky. 3.00-3.- y90 ., i.. 50 Local Market. To-day. Eggs u u ' v 9 r..: cmcKens.; Turkeys TTons 8 xi delivered a very enteresting discourse at Johnston's School house Friday night. Bro. Currie is a fine talker. Mr. Gallie Loy and little son Clifton was visiting Mrs Pierce one evening last week. t W. M. Mitchell gf Greensbur, Kentucky. "G. P. SMYTHE for , , A FIRE INSURANCE and t , " " '..' Geese Ducks Wool (clear grease) Wool (washed) Hides (green) ......... Feathers Hneeng Beeswax of Columbia this'place Ja9t 20to22 visited relatives at 5to6 week. 38to42 Mr. J.A. Darnell was in Co4 00 25 lumbia n business Monday. 5 i Mike Brooks attended meeting fet Tabor last Sunday. Mr. Mr. REAL ESTATE Dingo. Mrs. E. M. Staples and children, Elida, N. M.f and Mr. Creed Stotts, Bliss, spent several days last week at Mose Wooten's. One of the worst storms that 1 14 cc. Jones 1 Foxes Wanted Live Red and Grey Foxes. Squirrels, Coons. Minks and Skunks. Send name of your, express office in W T. HODGES first letter. Gwuikrtfc Ky has visited this section for sever- - al years put in her appearence last Monday afternoon. It blew down hundreds of trees; tore down fences, and blew the top off A. D. Stotts' house and' blew down a chimney for same party. It was also very destructive to telephone lines, almost putting . H the whole telephone system of community out of. service. -- Mrs. EIdridge Stotts is very sick at this writing Sam and R. B. Hayes, Sparksf ville, did business here last SVJ urdty. ii GOOD AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS CHEAP HOGPEN. I Place It So as to Give the Piggies Plenty of Gun They Need It. , A. good and economical cot for hog raising is shown in the accompanying cut. It is made of skids 4 by G and 0 feet long. The joists are 2.2 by 0 and are laid flat. The roof doors are eighteen inches wide, and paper and lap siding are used for the walls. The pan is a convenient knockdown ar- - i ; j E4&M mm Ntw !Ai& vz. rmrHAfsj jrf'izr R TsisT juma3 JlX,i.MrQi;'- BMP. try. a 43 II j 1 1 r.iiBiai i aa bm ti an he PI s aBl sa I 1 niHsa ! B h 1FM piwbih'in E .-! .Mil KsasAsK7K?K?K7isK K ; V vi l VJ i ' omwm BY ' Mv i,r . E Bfira 91 B E FfiaasL, a n FS n LU 7r. 7K A Joke Adee Unearthed. v. -- t . I The Eetter Way. Senator Depew at the University) club's recent dinner iu Washington said of a certain teform: "As I take my farewell of politics would tell my reforming friends that they are going about tills business in the wrong way. I would refer them to Grant's remark about the stream. "Wbeu Grant was president a south erner came to sethim alxnt an appro- I raagement. The whole thing can he built for ?25w F.E.TR1GG ' -- best floor is the groiuui, WiUi wovaa wire stretched on top to $rce?t jt the hags from rooting. Elec- tzieally welded conrcrib wire is very HatkrfacUx-r- . This makes a floor oo the hogs, almost free SWfcl'.a "from rmts" and. if properly bedded, jkv.irtt jhhI dry. it is. however, more 4tfitepk no keep free from dust than swatpe other floors. Many concrete lteoas are ofted. Imt they are cokl. lia- it to be wet and are hard on the L- - S" feet. Often almost an entire pig Crop and many suwk are lot by tak- Ins; cold on concrete doors. Concrete sllpow are, however, very satisfactory whea oorcred with plank overlays or 'fa.toe, Hours, which should te raised from the concrete about an inch by jqilHnf: cleats ou the under Hide. Ahnt the asiamtpofjr ROGUE RIVER 1J J CORRKPONDOKE ureses re SOLICITED spt-ria- VALLEY j Z . 3b ft , i,isy This matter mxiat not be reprinted l permiHsio'9. out AN A.NTi-FEST iri'iwBr with- . BILL. it iBoard floor Jfred. cold. If up off the ground and Make the worst l.Lid of rat harbors. Rats may t kept out by packing sand sr cinders to the top of the joists be-tore laying the tkr. but the-- e mate- litis are often too expensive to be used for this porpofe. It is rill hard Star many farmers to get rid of the that anything is good enough for a hog;. Yet there is no animal on the farm which requires better protection fisssK cold than the hog. none for which a good bed u more and noe so much in need of gtmsb e as the Utile pig. The horse and the cow mtve good coats of hair, even x calf or a colt when left in the cold is provided with a good fur coat, the hen's faataers are the best of protection against cold, bat the hog has almost .nothing between his skin and the weather. One of the first requisites for success with hogs is a shelter where young pips can be kept warm and "well supplied with sunshine and fresh 110-tfo- m are epeusi.e. short nect-.sar- .r 11 BEST STYf.B OF PIOPRN little pig takes cold very easily recovers slowly if at ail. To prevent taking cold be must be kept try. warm, away from drafts and iih fresh air. A little 1 ig loves sunshine and needs it almost as much as be needs food. N piggery i fit fur the purpowe unit? it admits direct sunshine on to the flor of every pen at the time the pigs are farrowed, furnishes plenty of fresh air and provides for exercise in Dryness, sunshine, tiie opon air warmth, fresh air. 'freedom from drafts and exercise are of primary in raiding pigs. These secured. th battle is half won. In putting w- - buildings the six requirements Just mentioned must be kept cna?ant-1- t fn mind. Not one can be neglected. Whitewashing the inside o the . bouse is au excellent ractice. Besides going a long way toward disiufecting. it ittcreaaes the light materially. When tt sunshine strikes a whitewashed wall much of it is reflected to the floor and does a great deal of good. Dark houses which must be used will he ittttch improved by whitewashing. air. A. iftttd pro-Vld- r t. -- 1 ; Poultry Pickings. The -- tate of Colorado bus set an ez legisample in the matter of anti-petlation that might well be followed ' with profit by sister commonwealths. The measure in question, which is bill, is known as the Casady-Tellie- r the result of the activity and interest of the State Anti-jes- t association and In particular of the paiustaltlng work i of tha secretary of the society, 0. L. ' Fitch. Certain sections ot Colorado suffered nearly from grasshoppers and iwtato bugs during the years 1906, 1!M and 1910. and it was this emer' gency that made the parage of the ' bill, though drastic in character, without amendment possible. The bill is especially worthy of publicity because it recognizes definitely the or community idea in the lighting ot pets. a type of that is imperative if such work is to be efHrielly the fective and farreaching. new law., which went into effect im mediately upon its lwssage. provides for(he protection of trees, fruits, crops and imsturage against .the ravages of insects, rodents, M'oeds and plant diseases. This protection may be invoked whenever the owners of a majority of the acreage of a given district not exceeding thirty-sisquare miles tile a letition in due form asking that a pest inspection district be established. This is directed to the board of county commissioners and not only gives the names and description of the lands of the interested petitioners, but defines the area to be set off as an insiectiou district and slates the nature of the Iest through which loss is threatened. The provisions of the new law are carried out under the supervision of the stale entomologist and county inspectors, which are appointed by the county comniiswoiiurs uikhi iM?titJon signed by tw enty-fiv- e ersos. The county inspectors are in tun assisted by thedis- tnct inspectors w are mimed- in the original etidoui cssf k t is required to The s t a year of all make inspect sectiens where ne Htas reason to be- lieve iests exist or when a.sked to do o by the district inspectors. lie uiay direct extermination work to be done, iiwl-icase It is Hot the inspector may take it in charge. Violations of the provisions of the act or failure to car ry out the directions of authorised inspectors is subject to a fine of not less than $2."i nor more than $300. and ea h day's delay in obeying instruction is a separate offense, while the cost of work done by inspectors where the owner fails to act becomes a lieu uon the land. Inspectors having Ie.st work in baud must make monthly report to the state entomologist, who furnishes them with necessary blauks and gives directions, to property owner for fighting the pest. The state pays the additional salary of the eutoruoio'.jist and his deputies, while the county jmys the salary of county and district inspectors and their helpers. The bill as passed resembles eloseiy in imjiortant aspects the law in force under the British board of agriculture in her Indian, African and Australian colonies, where it lias proved very effective The idea of small district is a feature of the new bill suggested by a Colorado farmer , i About the most tiresome place to stand around and wait for a government job would be that of second assistant secretary of state. The present second assistant. A. A. Auee, has 7K held his job for forty yiars. and his predecessor was there for fifty years. Prior to that time the job didn't exist. Adee Is the human precedent of the state department. Whenever there hi diplomatic procedure to be handled and nobody knows bow to go about it they go and ask A'dee how it wa done forty years ago. and he can tell Adee has a sense of butaor. and one of his bobbies is to ransack state papers for bits of unconscious humor-- . One of the bel ui" these, he thinks. was in the rejiort of a" case in which an American" who bad lost both his legs in govemmfenl service sought damages on the ground that the accident was due Lo improper working condition!. The government report maintained that the man bid nobody but himself to blame for this accident and wound up by saying. "He hasn't a thing to stand on." This last Hne has been underscored and hi the margin he has written. "This' is a j most brutal joke." New York Press. off-bau- d. 7l Sis THAT v ' The Adair County News is Going To The sh Basi And , that Everybody who is Indebted Few Weeks ,: le Paper is Urged ,to Pay up within the r it ' ' x - n "m?X the egg record up erpry day. ','5'T jra skip one day even. the rost will (Ih a guess, and guessing isn't iKKiness. " Trap nasis are itot expensive, but ;UR0!y are very essential to the well di- ?iwtrd ' poultry farm. Ky using trap jeats yaa can keep a record of the SWEET CLOVER AS A SOIL RENOVATOR. Some ' interesting experiments have recently been made iu the use of sweet r. Illiclover as a soil reuovatoiv ! nois experiment it was found that in on acre of thrifty sweet clover, including leaves, stems and roots, there were 22S pocQds of nitrogen, which is about The profit in poultry raising for lnarkat ties in liatchicg, early, pushing twice the amount contained in an acre the chicken forward as rapidly as of alfalfa or red clover. Ii was also ftaastble and marketing them early in found that an acre of this wHd legume contained tons ot dry matter, tfie oason. wHl not do to allow ducks to share furnishing as much humus as would It loads of the cpmmon lot of poultry in general-H- ot be contained in tweiity-fiv- e average barnyard manure. To grow it that they require more attention, hut rather a different manner of satisfactorily a piece of land should be well drained, be limed if sour and poshajiiliing and feeding. people are realizing the proGt sibly inoculated with soil from a patch liany in raising heavy geese, as they are where sweet clover has grown. In any worth more a pound than the lighter case it is worth frying, as It seems to Vhredds. and every year there is more grow most thriftily iu the most forbidding and unpromising places. demand for the Toulouse. ' A hen should be fed some grain that FOR POTATO ELIGHT. she doesn't have to scratch for. Although exercise is necessary to keep If the growing season for the pota her in good health, she needs time to toes shouid be damp and muggy and rest and dust herself in the middle of blight should develop, the vines should be sprayed with the bordeaux the day. roup: One ounce per- solution made by dissolving four Treatment for manganate of potash to three pints of pounds of bluestone (copper sulphate) water for submerging the head. For in half a barrel of water and to this drinking purposes dilute one pint of adding slowly, stirring the while, a the above mixture la three or four limewater Solution made by carefully slacking Ave pounds of fresh stone pints of water. Onions chopped fine and mixed with lime and diluting to about twenty-fiv- e the hen's food occasionally will pro- gallons. If one wishes to hit the pomote health. Onions are a great poul- tato bugs in the same operation, and try tonic, and they are relished by it Is often wise to do so. parls green fowls old and young. Fall hatched should be added at the rate of an chicks tumble 'over one another to get ounce to every ten 'gallons. This solutheir feed when onions are mixed tion should be put on under good pressure and kept thoroughly stirred. .With it G-- , it Maine's Indian Solon. There are two Indian representatives In the Maine legislature who represent the Indians of that state. They are assigned seats in the rear of the chan.her, but bare no vote in the proceedings. They are selected by tlieir tribesmen because of their prominence, ami tlieir purpose in the legislature is to give the Indians side when various matters pertaining to their constituents welfare are under discussion. These Indians have had recognized representatives for years, who are "LET'S SEE," SAIDGKANT. "UrDX'T I GROSS treated with courtesy and considera, t THAT ST1.EAM ?' tion tyy the other members and in all ?fC ( matters affecting the Indians do much j priation to have a certain stream goml. The two representatives in ofdredged. see.' said GranL 'Didn't I fice at present are Lola Coly. who 'Let's lives on Indian island in Oldiowu and cross that stream V represents the Penobxcot tribe, and 'Tou certainly did, Mr. President,' Lewy Mitchell, who represents the said the southerner "Grant mused a moment, chewing his) Pasaamaquoddy tribe. Red JJIan. cigar: then he said: " 'Look here. Why don't you macad- An Artist and a Tragedy. . Russia is the laud of tragedies The amixe itV" harvest is gathered daily and the victims belong to all classes. The people Viewpoint. The Mrs. Mary T.- Metcolfe, discussing have become accustomed to scenes and the pure food question at the Gotham descriptions of horror." according to club's recent meeting at the Waldorf-Astorithe Russische Correspondenz. "and it in New York, smiled and said: requires a- case like that of the artist "I heard food dealer once declare Constantin Krysehitzki to attract at- ) TV in food must be all tention, lie placed on view a painting that chemif-alright since salt itself is a chemical. which he had recently completed and "A queer argument, eh? It depends, was forthwith accused of having copyou see, on the poiut of, view. What ied it from the work oi another paintwon't we say under the' influence of er He failed to convince his accusers ' the point of view? of his honesty and the genuineness of "Once at Niagara a gentleman said his picture and iu desperation killed to his hotel proprietor, pointing, to- himself. On the same night and beward the falls: fore the news of the .tragedy had " 'Glorious, isn't it?' reached them the artists of St. Peters" 'Ah but it ain't what it used to burg held a meeting at which it was be,' the proprietor sadly returned. reported that Krysehitzki had been "'No! Why not?" said the guest: wrongfully accused. Too late!" "The hotel proprietor shook his head. City Boys and Country Boys. " 'Too many hotels.' he said." They measured 1.72:5 young men at Cornell university to lind out how country and city bred youths compare. THE INDEPENDENT Here is the score: Country boys taller by half an inch, heavier by three and Ti-Tone-haiouud. with slightly greater MERiGAN HE: expansion. City" boys have betchest ter powers of mental concentration. At the piano they found that the coun- Tin try boy "plays more poetry into his Her Penniless Husbancf Has a music because he is thinking of the y woods, the birds, the streams and the fields, but the city boy plays more 7l. Herd flow to Hoe, a c IN human feeling and sentiment into his." The net result is that both are all wigs right, and the country boy a. little Jerome S McWade. the wealthy more so! Cleveland Press. sociologist, was talking at a dinner about the American heiress. Spurned the Miserly Tip. "She is beautiful and brilliant and A visitor to New York complains of all that." he said, "but with her mil- incivility at the large restaurants. He lions she is infernally independent. went into a Fifth avenue concern with The penniless American youth who friends, ate a modest supper and weds her has a hard time of it. Tie two presented ! v. alter with a fifty cent life is put away in a year or so; hence, tip What did rhis menial do but IM from this point of view, the foreign throw the coin on the tloor and cali 7K.7K nobleman is welcome to her. a boy to "pick it up and throw it "The penniless nobleman's title holds away." Naturally visitor's hlootJ his end up. The penniless American's boiled in bis veins, the bat what is there end sinks. He is alw-iyafraid of be- to do? A newspaper comment on the ing turned out in the cold. Incident says that complaints iu a "I know one of these poor chaps, ease like this are of no avail. The married to a Philadelphia heiress-s- he faultfinder simply proclaims his ighas divorced him since to take on norance of New York customs and 1 a hanker who once got wrecked at Exchange manners. sea. Cut he was picked up Uoatlng A Few of Spfeqials for on a spar and from the lirst port ' Your Cup 'of Java. wired to his brother: like your You how much Owl Ciuars, Box of 50, oer box $1.S5 '"1 am saved Try to break it to cup of knowi or Java andyou' Mocha witi. Java " ' 50 ' ' Daniel Boone my wife.' " 1.75 breakfast. You really can't get to '" " ' 100 No. 9 Straus .60 tolerate any other. Millions of coffe 'A Hopeful Englishman. f ' 100 Chas. Denby drinkers just like you. The Nether-laud- s 3L75 John Drew tells a "story of a reunion is a clearing house for the prod'.v " San Felice 100 of some friends who had not met in ucts of Java, of course, and of some 3.75 years. One of them had an English 1,442.100 bags El. Toro Porto Rican , 50 f" of coffee imported into 1.85 man with him. l r50 ' Optimo 10c St. Size the Netherlands last year exactly 4.0O They ordered some food. When it 11G.S0O bags were from Java, and ' t " 5Q Optimo 2 for, 25c Size, - 5.50 came on the Englishman devoted himcrop is steadily decreasing, so " ; '50 ' self entirely to what was on his plate, you all .'quit your foolishness about Quail Perfect V 3.50 while the others talked of old times your Java. And don't you fee! a bit " ' 50 ' La Aaz 10c St, Size 3.75 nd inquired af tgr mutual friends. ,c chagrined to know that most of you ' Filson Club 10c St. e 100 ' "Where's Jim?" asked one. 7150 never tasted Java in your lives. Ex" "Why. Jim, poor fellow, is dead." Filson Club 2 for 253?ze 25 ' change. 2.85 "Is that so? Well, well! So poor , ' 50 ' ' Cherterfield 4n0 Jim's gone. Where's Bill,?" A Mighty Hunter. , Cigaretts, all brands of 5c sold by us 6 packs for 25c 'iOh. Bill died about six years ago." It is the custom of the German em"And Pete?" All 15c branesf.'2 for 25c All 2oc brands for 20c peror to commemorate his achieve"Haven't you hoard about Pete? He ments as a hunter by the, erection oi' Mail orders filled on the same day as received. died last year." monuments. One of these stones, sie Meantime the Englishman said noth- feet high, has been put up in a royal ing and ate assiduously. After several forest some miles to the north of Berother friends had been inquired after lin. It bears the following inscripand in each instance 'found to be dead tion: "His majesty the emperor. King i by the questioner the Englishman re William II.. shot here on Jan. 9. 1911. trained from his efforts and asked. a big twenty-fou-r Courier-Journ- al Nevys The pointer, in number "Pardon me, old chaps, but haven't of points the finest! stag ever killed by-- a yon any friends who are seriously ill?" Hohenzollern prince In the Both One $1.50. Saturday Evening Post J I I The System will be Better ffer the Subscriber and '$$m the Publisher We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to" oitr al ready Large List - a, - s 50 7 V One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year i i.d lf v Du-lut- n L jshbJ II e Times and News ?. S4.50 IN. 3K)KXSGKXXX our ! -- - s 3 lIUlmiLsiiJ , ill I J" Lei 1 Ivl 1 Smokers ' r th-Ja- va t ' V , 1 ' ." CITY HALL PHARMACY, Cut Rates Adair County Year for SSSSTkv ' and A r i k Se . -- Sfe .. T JM .? 1H ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4 SUiiUlUiUiUUlUlil!iUiUiuiil!UUiU!!UUiy!i!!U!iUuUiiiiss rflnas MUSICAL MOUNTAINS. TIMELY BREVITIES Earliest violins were produced In 15G0. Singing Cliffs In the Pyrenees End Roaring Sands In Hawaii. In certain parts of the world are mountains and hills' which are said by the natives to sing. In the Pyrenees certain cliffs emit plaintive sounds resembling the strains of a harp. Two other cliffs in the same chain are called the "snorers." When the wind is iri the southwest they send forth a peculiar sound not altogether musicaL The faces of these cliffs are marked by deep gullies, open in front, which may be compared to the pipes of an organ. At certain times a stratum of air, held between the cliffs and bordering trees, closes the oienings while the "Rind blows freely between through the gullies, or organ pipes, behind; hence the music that is heard. At the confluence of the Orinoco and the Rio ileta are granite cliffs which sing at sunrise. Humboldt refers to the phenomenon as the musical stones of the Orinoco. The music is caused by the rush of the expanding air through fissures partly closed by mica. Many more examples might be cited to show that nature makes use of principles 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 high which, when the hand is moved - about in the loose sand, produces a sound like that of a melodeon. It is said that if the observer slides down the bank on his back, dragging both hands in the sand, the sound becomes as loud as faint thunder. Harper's Weekly. HOBO A F TEE BAY' TIMELY HINTS FOP FUPMPRs! j. SSfeO M Qt s- - Poker. California judge has ruled that Hawaii is tbe pineapple farm ot the poker is not an American game. world. To any man who has ever furnished Tacbts were first constructed in the lights and the lunch, the table ami England in 1G04. the chairs, liquids and cigars for a Voting by ballot was introduced in gang of friends, and right on top of all St. Louis in 1842. that hospitality has been forced to Last year 1.310,411 barrels of her- provide all the money also, poker ring were caught in Norwegian wa- ceases to be a game and becomes a ters. slaughter. When guests will eat your sandThe president's mail amounts to 1.000 letters a day and 4,000 wiches and raise you out of hands about that you have won. isn't the California newspapers and books. "This year marks the six bundreth judge right'- Poker isn't a game; it's anniversary of the invention ot spec- a misdemeanor. When men will smoke your good cigars and remind you that tacles. A new motor horn changes its tone you were 10 cents shy in a pot tweurj at the will of the chauffeur by slight- minutes ago. poker isn't a game; it's grand larceny. ly, changing the position of the bulb. And on top of all this, when your The Loudon Mendicity society pos guests dep rt. their pockets bulging sesses nearly 40,000 begging letters, of money, instead of thuukiuj: which S7 per cent are absolutely un- with your you for your hospitality, they chuckle deserving. among themselves and remark: According to the census returns, going to just published, the population of Paris do"Let us know when you'retbe softest this again, will youV It's is now 2.84G.iS(i. an increase of 124,-- ! thing we know of." 233 since liXJG. Then you quietly put out the cat tor A fruit picking machine which will fear she'll suffocate In the tobacco slide truit down a twenty-fiv- e foot smoke downstairs if she's left Indoor, chute into baskets without bruising turn out the lights and crawl into ueJ is a New Yorker's invention. wondering what fool ways men dad of jAn English cruiser which had been getting rid of their money before poker in the water for seven years was re- - was invented. Detroit Free Press. cently relieved of forty tons of bar-- . uacles, mussels and vegetable growth Used to Kissing. Alaria Krissoff of Vilna, Russia, Is They were in a magnificently deco petitioning for a divorce because her ' room in the west end of London. husband shot off her high heels as she rated They approached each other from was walking in their garden one morn- opposite directions. One of them was Ml ILL MATED PAIR. ing. pale as a ghost, the other blushing Cinematograph films which were tak- red as a cherry. Wids Apart In Temperament Were en during tne recent champagne rioth Presently they met. and. careless of Thomas and Jane Carlyle. in France enabled the police to identify the fact that dozens ot eyes were That tbe rarlyles were an ill assort- and arrest many of those who took watching them, they kissed each other. ed couple no one could deny. She was part The meeting seemed to bring them a highly strung, nervous woman, very Having a seating capacity for 40,000 perfect peace; but. alas, alack, they quick, able and impatient, disappointspectators and standing room for an-- had scarcely been side by side twenty ed with her married life and her posi- other 30.000. the stadium at the Turin seconds when a man approached with tion, jealous of the admiration which exhibition is the largest of Its kind in fire of battle in his eye. With cool inCarlyle received at the hands of all the world. solence he raised the stick he carried, his admirers, especially of one or two New Yorkers should fee! wealthier and then oh. horror he struck a women, whom she found very unsymthis year than last, for their real es- - sharp, quick blow, and the pale one pathetic. SS97.04S.6S3 than was sent spinning several feet away. That Carlyle adored her there is lit- tate is worth according to more assesThe other neither screamed nor was then, the tle doubt, ne loved her with all the it ' figures. fainted. There was no heartbreaking, sors' rough, passionate power of his nature, An Italian. Giuseppe Bartoli. after a no resentment, not even a murmur. but he was a peasant in manner and Billiard bails are used to that sort character and lacking in all the little labor of five years, has succeeded In of thing.-Tit-B- its. wholly of glass, and it outward signs of devotion and affec- making a clock a is said to be wonderful piece of tion which so many women exact and Risky. they recent most technical work. the absence of which Two impecunious Scotsmen once The bouse in which Thomas Carlyle bitterly. Mrs. Carlyle found herself tied to an was born at Ecclefechan has been sold came upon a wayside Inn. They had irritable genius who. sensitive at every to the London syndicate which pos- - only "saxpenre" between them, so Carlyle's house at Chelsea aud they ordered one "nip o' whusky." point, deeply devoted to her, but absoThey were hesitating who should lutely incapable of translating that will be furnished to represent the hotyse as it was in Carlyle's boyhood. have the first drink when an acquaintlove into tbe lantjuage which she Prior to the discovery of petroleum ance joined them, craved and longed for. I remember Pretending that they had just drunk, in Pennsylvania the oil shale of New her once sayine to me in a bitter way, "My dear, whatever you do, never Brunswick, known a albertite. was one of them handed the newcomer the marry a philosopher." and that was largely shipped to the United States. whisky, requesting him to joiu them where it was used iu the production m a drink. He did so ana aner a the key to the enigma the woman few minutes of painful suspense said. hungering for proofs of the de- of illuminating gas. output of asbestos in this "Now, boys, you'll have one with daily The total votion in which the whole of her life was wanting. From Lady St. He- country iu 1910 was 8.G1& tons, valued me?" weel managed, mon?" ller's "Memories." at $G8.3f7. an increase in production of "Wasna that companion afterward. said one to his 20 per cent over that of 1900. Georgia "Aye," said the other, "but dreadfu' and Vermont are the chief asbesto Physiognomy Not Reliable. risky." Ideas. I am a profound disbeliever in phys- producers ui this country. iognomy. Feature are false witnesses. Inhabitants of the little town of Elected to Heaven. Stupidity frequently wears a mask of Feodorlna, 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, la. Brother John like bueine men. Men of genius in- of vodka eousuined winch they im- - son had "wrastled" long and hard variably look like idiots, and if you posed on themselves for a whole year in an effort to "get religion." At last pick out tbe man who looks most emOwing to the growing demand in the minister rose wearily. he "Ladies and gentlemans." he said, "1 inent la a party you are sure to find-- England for soft cheeses, a Yorkshire nobody. I always distrust men agricultural college has issued leaflets move you that Bro' Johnsing's sins be is a who look magnificent. Nature is a to encourage farmers to make cheese', forgiven him." "1 second dat motion," came simulstingy creature. She seldom gives a of the types of Camembert, Krie. Pout taneously from a dozen dusky throats. man the double gift of being great TEveque and (Jervais as made ui And his sins were unanimously for-and Wiing great. She took care to' France. given. Success. lame Byron ind deform Tope and disA French portable theater includes figure Johnon. But the crowning ex- modem tent, with knockdown stage, ' An Old Delusion. ample of her jealous parsimony is scenery, dressing rooms, chairs and an of the Fair One How can Father Shakespeare. I have always been displant. Apparatus and per- you possibly think of marrying my appointed with Shakespeare's face. It electric are hauled from town to town daughter? You say that by the strictdoes not live up to his poetry. It is formers in twenty-onspecial cars drawn by est economy you can save only $10 a dull, heavy and commonplace. From eight traction engines month! "Adventures In London." Enving been in vogue for centuries, j Toor but Worthy Poet Oh. yes. but the custom of ringing two bells one to if we both save it will be $20. PhilaThe Mistak. summon the rich and the other the delphia Press. s In hjs biography of Alexandre Harry A. Bpurr says that the Im- poor to vestry meeting, has now been j' Not a Renter. provident French author, who hated discontinued at Northleach, Glouces- The fly had carelessly alighted on a avarice, wi; once waiting in line for tersuire, on the ground that it Is out of sheet of fly paper. his cloak at a soiree when he saw a keeping with modern feeling. ki a recent sale in New York citr "I understand." said his more wary millionaire give n tip of 50 centimes (10 cf the library of tbe late Miles M friend, "that you are greatly attached cents) to the servant who handed out his paletot. Dumas, getting his cloak. O'Brien, banker and presideut of the to your new home.' "Yes." he replied "In fact, I'm threw down a 100 frane 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-- , United States from George WashingWiredrawn. turn the nofe. "No. no. friend," an- ton to William H. Taft was sold for "Bobby, you mustn't make fun of swered Dumas, casting a disdainful 5100. glance at the millionaire; "it 5s 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 ?o awfully thin." mistake." "Ain't he. maw? When he crosses after the style of a Roman, temple. one leg over the other both feetrest This has been designed by the German emperor, who has also composed the on the door." Chicago Tribune. Shakespera In France. once stumbled upon a choice bit of . following inscription for the fountain: I Reassuring. French quotation from Shakespeare. ' "Xymph. dispense the healing waters train seems to "ervous Party-rTh- e to the sick: may God restore them, It was a tale by TJchard. distinguished author of this tale ' ccred and rejoicing, to their families." be traveling at a fearful pace, ma'am. The Elderly Female Yus. ain't it? My (rendered "Frailty, thy name is wo-- i In a quarter of a century the numof the Ingin, an e can man," by "Fragilite, e'est le nom d'une ber of members enrolled in the na- Bill's femme" ("Fragility, that Is the name tional college fraternities has risen make er go when 'e's got a drop o' ftom 72.000 to almost 270.000, of drink In if a woman"). Strauss. whom 30.000 are women. The underHow She Go Him. A Woman's Compliment. graduate membership In a normal year "How did she ever get him, I wonyour hair, dear." now ranges between 30,000 and 35.000. "I admire "Thanks," aad of the more than 1.700 chapters of der?" "You see. another girl had just "But isn't it a good deal of trouble these societies 1,100 own or rent broken his heart, and she happened to to find that peculiar shade in the houses which at a conservative estifirst aid to shops?" "Washington Herald. mate are valued at more than $S,000.-00- be where she could render the injured' Chicago Record-Heral1 m & - -- , Capped Elbow In Horse. Frequently horses in lying down press the foot or the shoe against the elbow. This in time causes inflammation and ends in a tumor or shoe boil. The diseased condition is difficult to repair, as there is Jittle flesh or muscle at the joint of 'the elbow where the trouble starts. Treatment consists of opening the boil and allowing tbe fluid" to "escape. In case the swelling is hot and painful an application of lead acetate will prove comforting and helpful. In preparing the lotion use two tablespoon-tul- s of acetate of lead to a quart of water. Thc-- is no objection to in jecting a little of this into the open- ing. An injection of a little tincture of iodine once a day into the opening is desirable also. In treating cases of this kind it s a good practice to wrap about the horse's foot a pad of straw or hay for cushioning the foot. American Agriculturist. e And we all must economize by buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any . and Everything. QREEMSBURQ, KY. 3 ' B 71ne ureal ureen Kiyer Mercnanaise istributor e i Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 ." Hogiess Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 Highest Grade Fancy Patent Floor 65e 24lhe bg " " " " " $5.00 per BbL Second Patent Flour, 55e 241bs bag $4.49 per Bbl. Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. 1 not exactly as represented, we invite yon to return. No charge for what it takes to try. i i ' J Digestible Poultry Feed. The Maine experiment station has made some useful digestion experiments with poultry. These experiments show that corn lias a higher digestibility than any other grain tested. Wheat bran shows a low digestibility nnd at present prices is not an econom icai feed. A mixture of equal parts fine cut clover and cornmeal is more digestible and a more economical feed than bran. The mixing of about 7 per cent of bone ash with a ration consist ing wholly of vegetable matter gave slightly higher average digestion coef- Gcients than when the mixture was fed without it. Progressive Agriculture Crop rotation in which the legumes, such as cowpeas, soy beans, vetch and the clovers, have a prominent place will build up the soil and place an unprofitable farm upon a paying basis. Plan a rotation that will im- prove the fertility of the soil and at the same time keep up the income from the farm. This is progressive ag- riculture. Wire and Wire Fence -- 9 S ; bare 38 in. Stardard 25c " 32 in. " 2&c 1 10 Bars 47 in Standard 2Se " ISfcc 7 bars 26 in Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. ' ' Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. tz j j j j Fertilizers 10-- 2 i - i at 90c for Corn 2-8-- 2 at $1.05 corn or tobacco j $1.30 for Tobacco. Write for prices', any analysis you need. 4 at j ses. ' ' - Gratsd Onions For Turkey Scours, A man who has had a good deal of experience raising turkeys says he has just one remedy for scours hi' young turkeys auu mat is grateu on- - 335 S ions. He has raised turkeys in Illinois, North Dakota and Arizona and says ' that at the first signs of bowel trouble in the poults be begins feeding them ouions and after that he has no more trouble. ' j j j , Disc Harrows 8 Discs 16 in. at following Bargain Prices $17.00 $19.50 $20.50 10 Discs 16 in. S 18 " '" 12 ' -- at 12 10 ' " . ""' IS " ' at $15.00 $2L50 Other sizes at same proportion :j Cultivators Two Horse Walking $15.50 and $1600 , Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $2S.G0 Our Cultivators are the best made. All Fquipped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Boll Tongue?, Five tooth Cultivators with lever $2.2 Fourteen tooth $3.10 Black Hawk Corn,Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse ' - Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 - nl-wa- ; SHEEP PROFITABLE j AND EASY TO KEEP Valuable Farm Animal Tao Often I pz s i " " !' " ' " r' " piii $9.50 2 , Hetiectad. We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price 2 ' j ARE YOU WITH US. The sheep Is the worst neglected Correspondence Solicited, and the least appreciated animal on our farms. It is a fact that the sheep costs less than any of our animals, not excepting the hog. The one advantage that the hog has is that it is a scavenger and consumes much of FOURTH DISTRICT, COLUMBIA the waste on the farm. ROUND. Any farm that supports a small pasture should have a few sheep. Even if the land is rough and apparently West Monticello, Bethesda-r-Jul- y worthless for crops, by wise manage1. ment it may be terraced aud sown to Bermuda or some other hardy grass Monticello, Alexander Cha tor sheep grazing. As foragers sheep are second to July 2- -3. , none unless it be their relative, the Jamestown, Rowena July 5. goat. Sheep require little other food than the pasture, except in winter, Russell Springs, when they should be housed aud fed Springs July hay and a little concentrated food. Sheep reproduce rapidly, and the Albany, Albany July 1516. money invested tu them is soon reClinton, Davishapel July 17. turned with interest. There are few animals that will pay as well when Peytonsburg, Poplar Grove-J- uly given the proper attention. 20. Most every farm needs animals to afford fresh meat In season during Bear creek, Rose of Sharon the year. Mutton is palatable and being July 2930. wholesome, and the animal small makes sheep desirable for this Burkesville, Allen's Chapel-J- uly purpose. Wool and hides continue to many 30-- 31. bring good prices, and there are reasons why you should have these Renox, Terrys Chapel Aug 1.. products for sale. Farm and Ranch. Satisfaction Guaranteed.-- ' j iniiiinniinnimmfnmimsniiimirmmfiimff.mimjfs Cane Valley Gradyville-Se- pr. ! Sept 13. 1617. ' Columbia & Tabor, 'Mm . SLV Sept 23-- 24. e T. L. JTula, Parson's Poem A (iem. m praise ot Dr. Kind's Ne FforaRev. H waeh Du-nta- Stb ! 89. Russell a health-nccei- j In evory home these Ills t ho.iWo. If dtber kimfc yoe've tried iaraat. US? DR. KING'S And be wellagain "They're nv.ll. Alfc'san.te,, Ltte Pills. 23eat (!' j i Drug Co, KENTUCKY FAI8 j - MX& i ' j ", i i i '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 production is normal. Ridge A TW following . ra tbe dates fixed far holding the K rti,cky Fairs '. r mi as far as repTei. Officers of fvrsro. requeateri to rejft to us any ora sions or correction of dates: Versailles, Augneat days. Lexington, August 7 S days. days; . Glensfork, Sparksville Aug 2. Russell Springs August Uniontown, August da a. Thurlow, Ladys ChapeL Aug. Vanceourg, August day?. 5- -6. Lawrenceburg, August 15 ,t!ay Leitchfield, August 15 4 days Greensburg, Burkegville, August 151 dftyk Aug. 1213. Broahead, August 163 day?. Spurlington & Early Union Fern Creek,. August, 16 TjJays. 28 85 94 84 Quisenberry Cash Producer. Aug.' 1920. Campbellsville Sta. Columbia, August v Aug. 20 Shepherdsville, August 22 London, August 22 4fdays. 224 days, 23-4;- days. 1 days . " 243 days. power of consuming large amounts of Campbellsville Cir., Nicholasville, August 293 days. food and converting it into eggs eco' Somerset, August 293 days. nomically. She may not be a very Chapel Aug 22. So Gentle and Nice. ' pretty fowl, and she may not be a la Sydney, South Australia, a sum Bardstown. August 304 days. Our Principal Excitement. "You have no idea," said Ethel, cS $500,000 Is to be provided annually Mannsville, Mourft Zion Aug. . Monticello, September "You don't have any earthquakes or thoroughbred, but she is a cash prodays. me," : "how my poor head hurts by parliament for the use of men who ducer and is In demand on the farm. .Alexandria, September 2627. r days. "Well." said her friend, "why don't desire loans to enable them to build a periodic upheavals In America." breaks "No; a roller skating craze Mount Olivet, September rou take your hair off and rest It?" days. Casey Creek, Christies Chap, dwelling house or enlarge one already out about every ten years." Louisville When Hens Fail. Hodgenville, September idles Home Journal. days. in their possession or to discharge Courier-JournaWhen hens pass their second laying -- Aug. 2728. Sanders, September days. on their homes. The law year they are poor 1 kers: also when Not Golden. Kentucky StateJFair Louisville, SepHill Sept. 2 3t Temple requires that those who benefit by this Ahything Would Do. thejr are crowded, having too many In The power of speech Is a gift vouch- - fond shall earn four-fifth-s tember 116 days. of their In"I don't want you for a flock; also when fed too much corn tnc West Tompkinsville Sept. 5 fed to man alone, and the effect of come' by "actual personal exertion" Horse Cave, September 20 4 days. yon have some other good or when not provided with plenty of "Perhaps Is to render silence, perhaps tbe aad that they shall not have an MayfieW, September 274 days. position yon could give me." Spokane fresh wter or when their houses are 6. niest t"l"g In all the world, a bore Spokesman-Revieof over f 1,500 a year. Liberty August 22-- 4 days. Jcept In a filthy condition. Tompkinsville Sept. . hlaa. PBck. 0. d. A profitable hen is one that has the 21. Souls Erlanger, August Germantown, August j v l. son-in-law- ." ' 54 55 54 53 64 in-co- w. 910. ,; r i' , Sw- -. I- - SlJfc M .Jf -'-"- '" .w' jj-ijai- B J' 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE WHITE PERIL. Consumption Must Be Prevented Rather Than Cured. STAMP OUT THE INFECTION. ihr- - " Hanna's Green Seal "THE passing years. MADE-TO-WEA- Remember Us When You Want Columns Ours is the only Colonial Column Factory in Kentucky. Nothing but Solid and Bored Poplar. R PAINT" Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. Mrs- - Rettie Hancock and The dry weather continues. clares that notwithstanding the "opWhile in conversation with timists," the disease is on the Increase. daughter Fannie spent Tuesday The hottest weather of the Mr. He singles out and lays great stress on Peter Compton of Basil ' the fact that consumption Is a conta- - season last week. with Mrs. A. C. Wheeler. a few days ago, he , community gibus disease and on the contention tw i not rnntrncted to anv irreat Charlie Spark's new well will- informed your reporter that his Last Sunday Mr. Eastridge 'got his nose badly bitten and extent through Infected milk or even afford our town plenty of Sulfather -- and mother, James R. by the using the drinking cups "that by consumptives use or through the "spit- - pnur water. and Sallie Compton raised fif- his wife's three fingers cut through yjr y L V7JnterS was On the ting nuisance." Its spread is teen children all to be grown, the hand of Leslie Biair. the infection of the habitation. Here i sick list a few days of last week. and there is living to day of that Miss Lizzie Hancoek spent last is one of his parables: Brown had moved in the month of , Rj h rf Dillon and Hunter number fourteen, the youngest Friday with Mrs. Bob Beard in May Into a house In another part of the town where he had always lived, Rupe, of Breeding, were here one being forty years of age. This this section J I Unless the Germs of the Disease In the Habitation, Whether It Be House or Tent, Are Utterly Destroyed Fresh Air and "Cures" Avail Little. There Is no cure for tuberculosis, and probably never will be. accepting the word "cure" in the sense of some special medicine. A disease prevented Is better than cured, for no one is so .well off physically or flnancially after any illness, and particularly does this truth apply to tuberculosis. The successful prevention of a disease does away with any need for its "cure." This Is well exemplified in the case of yellow fever. We have never succeeded in finding a cure for that former scourge of the south, but we have done far better. We have wiped out the disease bodily, bag and baggage, by simple preventive methods. So writes Dr. F. C. Walsh In the Technical World Magazine, and he de- EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There Is-4L .11 J ffUo n .T ft! I m pj . it a difference. The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have in their product. FOR SALE BY M isa 111 m 111 1 ll fTTll NIL IP Knifley. THE JEFFRIES Gradyville. HARDWARE STORE i ill A R iIi ls .H $ Remember that we are in better po- sition to furnish Columns, than any Firm in the State. Our Prices are Right Discount to Dealers Phone No. 108. COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. COLUMBIA, KY. good done from these series of J rtJ -j meetings. ' Sandusky & Co. Wholesale, and Retail ! I LUMBER All Kind of Plaining Mill Work, 5ah, Doors and Blinds ll Columbia, Kentucky. , j i By fall Tie had contracted tuberculosis, It was discovered later that several different families who had occupied this same houe In succession had lost several members from tuberculosis. No attempt had ever been made to disinfect the house. Brown went to a far western state, pitched his tent on a certain spot, and never made any change from that one spot until his death. Note that fact. As a result the soil over which he slent nleht after night became saturated with the accumulated germs which he expelled in coughing, so that he was continually at night rebreathing into his system the very "seeds" which cause the disease. He was repoisoniug himself nightly and didn't know iL His system would have been able to throw off the original "germ poison" which it" contracted, but it was not strong enough to withstand a new doe of the poison every night. Had he changed the location of his tent daily hp could have slept each night in an at- - , , I Ud-- 1u1' weett- - , c Lewis and son 0f Fair. play, Were in OUr midst a day 01-so of last week. W. P. Flowers and wife, q were the bedside of their sick brother, Milton Hill, of Knob Lick, a day or SO of last week. Dr. J. H. Grady of Columbia, was in our midst a few days of last week. Mr. G. W. Flowers spent a few days in Columbia last week. The protracted services here at this time conducted by the by j family had a reunion a short time ago in which all the children were present. This gathering of the family was certainly a very enjoyable occasion. We must say here there is onlya few families in Adair county , r Mr. W. A. Humphress of was in our town one day last week. M. J. B. Russell of Columbia has sold his grist mill at Plum p0int to a Mr. fladley price known. Ab-sheun-ve- ry Bm-- Sale f Land and Fine Timber be carried out by right methods. All J" C.Carter of Tomp- of consumption which have faiiini to recover by outdoor kinsville, passed through here treatment must lay the blame to ; , t Sunday en route for Liberty, faulty treatment. Jones, who recover-- ' you will remember, did change his g jjj Wajker of Colum. M location every day, having no tent to bother him. and in doing so avoided bia spent last week visiting rela' te fatal mistake of Brown. How about Smith? The case of tlVeS m thlS Community. Smith Is of the greatest importance. Jtfr R0Hin Piles of Portland, Be had recovered, you will remember. . and returned to his home feeling fin- e- waS in our misdt last week and back tO What-- TO the Very same ronnrfo ouorir HiinrrranwinJr alnnff plague rlddeu room in which he had 'first contracted the disease a room nicely. 'reeklnn with tubercular jrerm life and i kfiif-VJnlliA l nnri awuh t!iccira w "which had been occupied, it was learned later, by five different con- - j Grawf Crd, Columbia, spent last sumptlves at various times. The dls- - ' Smith, ase sot a hold on him a second time week VlSltingMlSS Bettie We are glad to note that Mrs. for the simple reason that he came "back to the original source of his dis- ease. He should have sought new Blakey Dulm' who has been ln quarters, or else the house, and partlc- - j declining health for the past olarlv the room he occupied, should year or so has regained Strength have been disinfected before being oc-- . cupled by him or any one else. These enough to attend church, three cases cited are but typleal In- stances. There are thousands upon, Mr. CHt Yates & Co., of of Browns Joneses and jumbia who have been drilling Smiths living and dying this very day ( whose story, if told in its true light, wells here for the part week or ?ud,muc? ex'TM thlLsimple butJ so have just completed four with three men. pathetic history The thing that the doctor brings out an abundance of water, and will Is that consumption must be prevented remove their machine from here rather than cured: that prevention Is easy and cheap and lies in disinfection. to Columbia in a few days. This. In the case of the consumptive's services closed Protracted quarters, ne insists, suouiu ue ui ieasi once a week. The formula is simple; at the school house known in this "Fumigate every room in the house near this place as Trlth a vapor given off by beatjng section, hyde; wash ail the floors, Smith's school house, where there formald windows and woodwork w,ith mild so- lutlons of corrosive sublimate and was only two professions., The water." Fresh air, either at home or meeting was conducted bywRev. elsewhere, he establishes. Is In itself feet health long before a year is gone. I am sure the boys will put out a Our school openedjast Monday He returns home, satisfied that he Is j Judge W. H. MOSS of Colum-cureto politics we are always glad to chants last Saturday. In less than four months he is heavy crop this season. with a large attendance, Mr. again in th,. tenacious clutches of the j bla' was looking after the affairs meet with our old Kentucky A little child of Miller Staple-ton- s Miss Elsie Froedge, Breeding, Bruce White is our teacher, dIsease- of his corn near here a day or so friends and especially the .Roach is very sick at this time. There Is a lesson in this. The open is visiting Miss Bettie Strange,1 Mr. Otha Pelly of Peliyton, air treatment is all right, but it must f iast week. boys. Mr. Ch&s Sanders opened his ' Mrs. Ermine Wilson, son and from place to place, each day sleeping Mlss Rena Stephens, of Russell on new and different ground each Springs, visited Mrs. C. 0. Moss ' night He ends by being cured. . . . .. Smith has the disease and goes to of our && a few days of last the wet. He feels and looks In per- - weefc an(J attended services, i i d. be can get along without any tent and sleeps with only the stars above, roiled up in his blanket. He naturally moves Revs Roberts, is moving off Jones is another victim. He goes to nicely and the indications are the same state lie has an idea that that we will have a great revival. Mr, Edd Bryant made a busi- We was agreeable surprised ne3s trip to Campbellsville one last Friday afternoon when our day last week old friend Henry Roach former Mr. George Staples of Colum- ly of this section, now of bia was in our town one day last Texas, called in to see week us Fe is looking fine and reMrs. J. J. Humphress and ports all of our Kentucky people family visited her mother Mrs. getting along nicely with an Hancock Saturday night and abundance to live on of this Sunday. worlds good. Mr. Roach is just Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bault and like the rest of the Roaches that left here for the Lone Startlittle daughter visited the accumalated a nicely mers sister Mrs. Miles Gossett fortune in a very few years. last Sunday. Mr. Pelley with the Lebanon f.n sav hp ia nnp nf rhp Wo ar simon pure when it comes down Grocery Co., called on our merMc-Greagor for-State,.h- that has this record. SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1911 The home of the late John Milt Wilson lying li miles south Grauyville, on Big Creek in Adair county Ky. of - i Farm consisas of 254 acres of land including a body of valuable merchantable poplar, oak, ash, walnut, I?eech and Jiickory timber. Also a large quantity of the softer woods. Plenty of' good running water, splendid modern dwelling, finest well in Adair, with in 10 steps of the door.' All cleared land in high state of cultivation. Will be sold on the premises to the highest bidder upon a credit of six months. Land and timber sold together and seperately. as 0. ing this tobacco. D. Wilson, Admr. rl ! If this be tree j day. early cases Jude Pelleyton. school at this place the first o the month. Crops are looking well in this in this community. The school at this place opened July 3rd with Oscar Sinclair as j , " . I ? , rxt-rm- r i Co-thousa- t teacher. W. 0. Pelley and D. C. May bought a new threshing machine a few days ago and report a good business with it. Mr. Has Abrell and Henry Thomas of Casey Creek were visiting W. S. Sinclair last Sunday Mr. J. M. Campbell of of this place left for Little Rock Ark., a few days ago where he will engage in business. We wish Mr. Campbell much success in his new business. Mr. D. 0. Pelley has accepted a position with the Cumberland Grocery Co., Mr. T. R. Stults spent a few hours at this place last "week on his way home. Rev. C. C. Baker of Dunville preached here last Sunday. -- passed through here en route for . J. R. Cummins started his Columbia, one day last week. wheat thresher last Monday. I Misses Annie and Donnie Ras- Dingo. understand that wheatris turning ner Were visiting at Columbia, out a little better than was ex- one day last week. ' Mrs. G. G. Campbell has been pected this time. Mr, G G pike fa on the sick confined to, her room for the past very sick list at this writing. R. L. Campbell was week with ulcers on her limbs. several days of last week, but is TVTrcs pva p:wa ,oc. v .. She is unable to walk without asiiuv. IIBO OUUppiUJJ better at this writing. at Purdy, one day last week. sistance. nroQir ' f f .. Miss Maggie McClister, who j ! Ella. -- ! J i Smithof Breeding. We under-stan- d insufficient ' He reaches the conclusion that the that therejwilDe-- a church .FARM FOR SALE. It coatains D2 Tery existence of the hope of a "cure" has been responsible for increase of erectediin that community at an acre, well watered, story and a half the disease. He urges people to flee early date. The people of that house, plenty of young timber, close'to church and school house. Will sell from consumption by killing it ln the community are greatly revived, cheap if sold soon. For information, or ground, germ that lurks in house R. B. Guinn, and there is no doubt but what write or call on 35 4t. , Campbeltoville, Ky. Think aU you spak, but speak not there has been great and lasting Mr.Thomas Rich who has been very bad sick for several months is no better. has been visiting her brother, J. W. McClister, of this place, for the past ten days, returned home last Thursday. John Lacey of Cumberland county, was herelast Friday. Messrs. Roy and James Had-leInroad, did business here last Monday. Quite a number of the people of this section have been attending the "Cow Boys" meeting at Breeding this week. Rev. John Roach preached a very interesting sermon at Independence last Sunday. His subject was "The cleansing power of the blood of Jesus." The school at Independence will opeMonday, July; the 3rd, with F. E. 'Webb asjachei;. 'Messrs; Bob and 'Claud Stotfcs y, Maple Hill. j Miss Ethel Williams and. Lizzie Mr. Iver Bennett and wife Abrell attended the singing at Neatsburg, last Sunday, and re-- I visited Sand Lick Spring, last Sunday. port a nice timfe. Mr. J. W. Bennett is very Mr. Lorenzo Barrett and wife visited her parents, Mr. S. L. feeble at this time. Mrs. Ada Stone is quite sick Williams, last Sunday. j Mrs. Ella Pike visited . at Mr. this" week. Johnnie Breedings, last Monday j Crops and gardens are looking fine since the showers. night. Most people are about through Mrs. Lou Dillingham and son, and Miss Etwal Williams and stacking wheat. Lizzie Abrell visited at Mr. Jo Mrs. Nan Karnes, daughter of last Sunday. Hardwick's Mrs. Polly Corbin, died High- at sold theu1910 tobacco crops last week. Bob's crop footed up ' B jm think. $2.94rand' Claud's $416r-TKboys claim that they did at least $56 worth of work each in rais- e Mrs. Sarah Abrell and daughter, Lizzie, visited friends and relatives in Russell county, last week. Mr. Otis Wolford and Mr. Jack Robinson, who has been in Illinois for some time, has returned home ' Mrs. S L. Williams" is very writing. sick - s -There will be preaching at; the Goodin school house, next- Sun- at-thi- land Park last Saturday and was brought for burial. A to' night, this place Peek Inlo His Pockel shown how the box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve that E.S Loper, acarpenter.of Manila, N. Y. alwaps carries." I have never had a cut, wound, bruise.orsoreit would not heal, "he ' writes. Greatest healer of buras, boila, scalds, chapped hands., .ana Kps, fever-soreskin- - erups, tions, ecraM, corn and piles, afc. Delamae. t Paull Drac.Co. 13 , at - ? f&t ' '5 3- - V -- V