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I i- I - 7 j i t' i. sion and babtism and 3 by letter and statement. This was one of the best meetings Cane Valley has enjoyed for rn . r it . l.jr. . I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, a lung nine. icueAtcueui,yuuilgmuieS which cost only 15 cents more than the and fifteen of the best young men of oi bushel barrel which you buy else- the community were among the number readiness. school." O B. Bertram. Mr. John Cundiff, 73 years obeyed the 33-Sam Lewis. where. McIIenry Rhods, State Supervisor of Song, by the choir Gospel. Bro. Taylor's preaching was High Schools, will be here at the Recitation. Welby Richards. of a high type, and the town and comteacher's Institute and we feel sure he Sub'ect, "Who should attend the An Evening with the L. W. T. S. munity is greatly benefited by the meetwill be greatly pleased with the way Sunday school," by Robert Lloyd. Alumni. ing. the school is progressing. Recitations, Myrtie Rexroat. Maud Z. T. Williams. Dunbar. Farm 'For Sale. An informal reception, to which the Subject, "What is the aim of the SunThirty years Together. public is cordially invited, will be given day school," Walter McKinney. Thirty years of association-thin- k of Subject, "The use of the Internation- in Phillips boarding hall, Tuesday Aug. On Monday, the 4th day of Septem8th. begining at eight o'clok. it. How the merit of a good thing ber, 1911, at the Court Houre door, 'in al lessons," W S. Knight Admission at the door, a free-wistands out in that time or the worth-lessneSong by the choir. Columbia, Ky., I will offer for sale to offering in silver coin. The object of of a bad one. So there's no Subject. "How does the Sunday school the highest and best bidder, the farm and organ- guesswork in this evidence of Thos. this meeting is the known as the Julia Ann Garnett farm develop the mind," L. O. Phelps. Alumni, Ariss, Concord, Mich , who writes :"I ization of the Lindsey-Wilso- n consisting of 107 acres, more or less i Subject, "What is the Sunday school Your presence will add much to the have used Dr. King's New Discovery ' doing for the boyB of our State' B. F. and situated in Adair County, on the for 30 years, and its the best cough and success of the evening. waters of Russell's Creek, and between The funds will be used for the beauti- cold cure I ever used." Once it finds The election of officers for ensuing the upper and lower roads from Colum fying of the reception room. entrance in a home you can't pry it out. year. bia to Greensburg. These lands are the Many families have used it forty years. Dissmission same conveyed to Julia A. Garnett by the most infallible throat and lung We suppose that the average life of It's Jas. Garnett, ic, and J. P. Hancock, &c. medicine on earth. Unequaled for There are four pastors of four differ- a Terrapin is an unknow quantity at The terms will be made known on the asthma, hay fever, croup, quin-ent churches in this town. They are least it is to us but whether it be vlong day of sale, and the right to reject all all gentlemen, or sore lungs. Price 50. $1 00 Trial far above the average or short, certain or uncertain there is bids is reserved. This farm will be for intellectually, and not only their re- one in this county that has been crawl- bottle free. Guaranteed bv Paull rirTlor sale privately until said 4th day of Sep- spective flocks are pleased with their ing on the earth for many years. Several Cotember. work, but the community in general. years ago there was one found on the Jas. W. Garnett, It would, be unkind for the News to farm of Mr. F. Lewis, a few miles from Death of Mrs. Henry Gadberry. Agent for the heirs of Julia Ann Gar- seemingly show partiality between Columbia, with Zach Rowe's name nett, deceased either of these good men, hence its pol- carved on its back, bearing the date of The subject of this writing died at icy is not to publish extended notices of 1884, Mr. Rowe, passed to his reward the discourses of the local ministry, several years ago but his name is still her late home, near Gadberry, last Painffutly Hurt. less we forget and overlook some one on the back of the Terrapin. Last week, Thursday night? She was about thirty of the four who would be as much en- Monford, son if Mr. Lewis, found the years old and was a victim of consumpSunday of last week Mr. Hudson titled to praise as the other. This same crawler and it seems to be in as tion. She was a daughter of little 01 Conover met with a serious accident. statement we feel sure will be endorsed good state of moving as when first dis- McClister and was married to her husHe was in a buggy with two of his child- by the local preachers. Fulsome flatt- covered although it has been bearing band, Henry Gadberry, ten or twelve ren and was driving a mule, and was ery-is not relished by strong minded the name of Mr, Rowe for twenty seven years ago. She leaves, besides her enroute to religious services which were men, neither do husband, five or six children. She conintellectual women years. That is a long time to crawl. "eing held at Tabor. In descending a look upon as a sweet fessed her Savior when a girl and unitit morsel. There iill, near the church building, somepart ed with the Christian Church. Funeral are conditions when a local minister The program of the Russell Springs of the harness broke and the mule should be noticed, and when such con services and interment Friday afterstarted on a run. Mr. Conover, in or- ditions arise the News will take care of Medical Society which met last Thurs- noon, many friends being present. day, was received here in time for 'pubder to protect his children, turned the it. lication, but was ur.intentionally buggy over and stopped the mule, In Rev A. R. Kasey, of Hopkinsvjlle, doing' so he sustained two broken ribs a former pastor of the Methodist Church and one of his arms was badly hurt. ""Mr. Leslie Chapman has removed here, preahed a most interesting serMr. J. P. Todd sold his farm of 110 The children were not injured. from Barton, Fla., to Braden town, same mon to his old congregation and many state. He is employed in a grocery acres near Coburg, this county, to Mr. others, who delight to hear him. last Bram Beard, for $3500. Mr. Todd is He writes that he is Fat cattle are scarce in Adair county store.S. F. White and family,doing well; now on the market for another Adair Sunday night. Monday morning his who live family and himself, who have been vis4ue to the grass crop being very short. that county farm, and prefers it near "been sufficient to bring in Bradentown, are well pleased, doing iting here took their departure for their "Kiit" has not fine and enjoying excellent health. Western Kentucky home. '3. tie crop oat. SALT FOR SALE. With the exception of sixteen resiGovernor J. R Hindman, of this place, dences, the old hotel building and the and Mrs. Corrille Carter, who was Jittle green brick in tlje east corner of reared in Glasgow, her maiden name -- he square, the remainder of. Columbia being Shirley, were quietly married in has been built within the memory of Bowling Green Tuesday afternoon of persons who have reached the age of last week, Rev. R. W. Browder officiatfifty-fiv- e or sixty, and who are natives ing. of the place. Columbia now has a pop The couple reached Columbia Wednesulation of 1022. according: to the last day afternoon and were cordially receivcensus, inside the corporate limits which ed by a number of relatives and friends extends one-ha- lf mile each way, and sev- at the Governor's handsome home on eral hundred who live over the line, but Burkesville street. are towns people for all intents and purThere are but few better known men-i- n poses. This information shows that Kentucky than Governor Hindman. nearly the entire town has been built He has filled many honorable positions, in the last fifty-fiv-e or sixty years. proving true to every trust imposed in The old land marks are as follows: Jas him. He is strictly a man of integrity T. Page's residence, J. M. Russell's and has at all times been home, W. H. Wilson's property, where outspoken in his denunciations Scott Montgomery resides, the Eubank of rascality from the smallest to property, Mrs. Lou Miller's brick on the largest. He at no time has played Water Street, where Mrs. Georgia Shel-to- n a policy game. It has been his custom resides, the brick on Burkesville to do openly what 'his conscious has dicStreet, occupied by Mr. G. O. Miller, tated, either in private or political life, Miss Ellen Burton's home. Miss Sallie a gentleman in its truest sense, one for Fields residence, the home of A.G. Todd, whom the people of Adair county have the residence of Mrs. Marv Ca dwell. the utmost confidence and respect. the home of F. R. Winfrey, the His bride comes to Columbia almost ty of Claud Hurt, J.H. Judd's home,' a perfect stranger, but her social standthe old hotel building and the little green ing is wide spread, and we feel sure brick. Columbia became a town in 1803 that in a short time she will be delightand the old court house was started, but ed with our little city and its inhabit was not completed until 1807. The itants. The Glasgow Times, published county now has its third jail building. at her former home, says of her: "She Two Babtist church buildings have been is one of the handsomest ladies in Southerectad in the town, and the present ern Kentucky, and has a wide circle of one will soon be razed and the third, friends here where she was born and .a handsome brick, will be erected on the reared, and has lived all her life." same site. There have been Southern Methodist church buildings. Program. The first one was a litte brick thaf stood back of H. N. Miller's garden, Sunday School convention, magisteri and for many years it was the only house of worship in Columbia and was al district No. 1, of Russell county to i used by all denominations. During the be held at Welfare church on August above given time there were a number 13th, 1911, being the second Sunday, of business houses and residents razed dinner on the ground. 9 a. m., convention called to order by and replaced by new buildings. The above statement is an evidence that Co- Claude Harmon, chairman. Song by the choir. lumbia is a progressive town, due principally to her educational facilities, Devotional exercise, conducted by having been blessed with good schools Bro. J. S. Smith. Walcome address, by Lilburn Phelps. for about fifty-si- x or eight years, and Song by the choir. at this time it would be a useless exSubject, "Our purpose here, "Claud pense for parents to send their children Harmon. elsewhere to secure an education. Subject, "The Sunday School of twenty-five years ago, compared with the Improvements at Graded School. Sunday School of J. H. Stone Subject, "Qualifications and duties of The trustees of the Graded School are the Sunday School teacher," C. F. Kin-ne- t. taking advantage of the vacation in getting ready for another successful year of Recitation, Miss Eva Brown. school. A wing of concrete walk leadSong quartet, Eva Brown, Eliza ing around the building to the primary W. A Brown, and Marcus Rex-roa- t. room has just been completed One of the latest pumps has been put in the Subject, "Qualifications and duties of new well and the children will now have a Sunday School superintendent, "J. O. plenty of good water on the Prock. ground. More of the good grade of ADJOURNMENT FOR DINNER. blackboard, which was put in last year 1, p. m. song by choir. , has been purchased for the primary Devotional, C. F. Kinnet. room. The school will this year use Recitation, Dy Miss Alta Rexroat. dustless crayon. Best of all a new piSubject, 'Attitude of the common ano is to be purchased for the school school teacher to the Sunday school," and will be in the building before school Claude Harmon. begins. In a week or two the grounds Subject, "What should be the attiwill all be cleared off and things put it tude of young people to the Sunday Last Wednesday evening Miss Ruth Summers threw open the doors of her pretty home on Bomar Heights to her friends to meet her guest. Miss Tabitha Richardson, of Tompkinsville. The house was decorated in cut flow ers. Delightful refresments of icecream and cake were served. Miss Summers was assisted in entertaining by Miss Mary Miller. The following young people were present: Misses Madge Rosenfield, Laura Can-tri- ll, Eva and Annie Hodges, Brownie Leachman, Mabel Atkins, Myrtle Myers, Alice Walker, Margaret Todd, MabeJ Jasper, Mary Cartwrigkt, Lura Smith, Katie Murrell, Mary Miller and Tabitha Richardson. Messrs. Ray Flowerrs, Fred Hill, Tom and Romie Judd, Robert Todd, George and Ray Montgomery, Oscar McBeath, Alec Chewning, Herschel Baker, John Flowers, Jim Garnett, Edwin Hulse, Joe Knifley, Tim Cravens and Horice Hamilton. To Robt. Antle. wrote a poem, He wrote it mighty well, He hit the measles to a dot, When he said, "they gi' me Mr. Antle 11. No doubt they were awful bad, But could have been lots worse, And for scattering these measles You've certainly been "cussed." three They've raked you and scraped you, And said lots of bad things, For leaving these measles About Russell Springs. For days, weeks and months, Big, little; old and young Were taking these measles, For which you'll be hung. But most of themes wejl, And none of them died, From these ugly measles, You so liberally supplied. But owing to your mission, They're willing to forgive; So here's a glass to your health, And long may you live. J. C. Popplewell. Marriage Licenes. The record at the County Clerk's ofthat the following marriage licenses were issued during the month of July: John J. Turner to Sarrh M. Pike. Irvin Holt to Mallie Ayers, Josiah Spradlin to Ester E. Knight, Tom Burton to Leanora McGaha, Marvin Bottom to Ida Gooden, Oliver D. Hadley to Ocie L. Burton, A!vln Rodgers to Alma fice show to-day- ," Mc-Kinle- y, Keltner. Plea Tor Good Order. COMMISSIONERS SALE. Mr. Editor: "Lest we forget" it might be ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT In view of the fact that there have well to recall the drunken disorders at - OF KENTUCKY. been a great many failures in the county teachers examinations, of this year, the County Fair one year ago. Such O. D. Wilson, Admr., Plff. and consequently many sharp criticisms scenes as were witnessed, specially on v vs for the County Board of Examiners, I the second day, were not to the credit Montry Rosenbaum &c Df t. ) By virtue of a Judgment and order of desire to make to the public the follow- of the management of this historic an nual gathering of our people. It is too Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered ing brief statements: All examinations have been held with much to ask that our wives, children at the May term, thereof, 1911, in the absolute fairness to all applicants and and many visitors shall again be sub- above cause, 1 shall proceed to offer mitted to such flagrant breach in the for sale at the late residence of J. M in strict accordance with the law. Each applicant's papers have been enforcement of law and clean morals. Wilson deed., to the highest bidder, afc carefully" examined and certificates Our Fair directorate is made up of a Public Auction, on Saturday the 26th mi. ui awarded only to those who have met uiisiiau gentlemen. day of August 1911, at 1 o'clock, p. m., We do not think that it is asking too or thereabout upon a credit of six the legal requirements. If the examinations have been more much to require of them a candid de- months, the following described proprigid than has been the case heretofore, claration of their purpose to see that erty, A certain tract of land the responsibility rests with the State the law is enforced. Their word would lying on the waters of Big Creek in Board of Examiners and not with the prove reassuring to t h e public. To Adair County Ky., about one and a County Board, which had absolutely have a reputition of last year's behav- half miles South of Gradyville, and ior on the grounds would not only prove contains 2573 acres and known as the nothing to do with the preparation of hurtful to the Fair Asscoiation, but John Milt Wilson farm, and' being the the examination questions. deplorable the morals of the communi- same land upon which he resided at the The personal equation has been elimty. time of his death. Said land is fully inated and no special favors extended to The Ministerial Association. described by meets and bounds in the any one. judgrrent and order of sales which is Conscious of having done is duty The Pearidge Fair. recorded in Order Book No.. page 363 both to itself and the school, children of to which reference is made for a betAdair county, the Cou&ty Board has no The young boys who make up this ter description. apology to make; but on the other The valuable timber will fiist be of hand, would announce the fact that its association pulled off their entertainfered. and then the land, and then both present policy will be as strictly ad- ment last Saturday. The attendance hered to in the future as it has been in was large and the many rings were timber and land together, and the sale very amusing. There were all manner or sales from which the most money can the past. At the request of one applicant, his of felines and canines on exhibition, be realized will be accepted, but the papers for the three examinations of some trained, others wild and wooly. Commissioner has the right to reject this year, were sent to the State Board There were also calves, sheep and po- any and all bids. For the purchase for inspection and examination with the nies on exhibition. This association price, the purchaser, with approved result as stated in the letter which we was organized about six years ago, and surety or securities, must execute the profits realized at the show, just Bond, bearing legal interest from the publish below. closed, warrants the statement that day of sale until paid and having the The above statements are made in order to acquaint the public with the another entertainment will be given force and effect of a Judgment. Bidpolicy of this office, and that prospect- next August, Count Stults, Alvin ders will be prepared to comply promptive teachers may know that merit and Lewis and Frank Hulse, as we under- ly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. that alone will obtain a certificate to stand, make up the directory. teach in Adair county. Having been granted a vacation by Very Respectfully, Gone to His Remard. his congregation, the Rev. J. R. Craw-for- d, Pearl Hindman, Supt. accompanied by a number of Mr. Matthew Burton, who was members of his family and visitors from n Frankfort, Ky., August 2, 1911. in the eastern section of Adair Tennessee, will spend two weeks in Supt. Pearl Hindman, county, died at his late home, near camp at Griffin Springs en Green river. Columbia, Ky. Green river, last Thursday night. He Mr. Crawford will return in time to fill My dear Miss Hindman. He was about seventy-eigh- t years old, his pulpit on the fourth Sunday of the We have carefully examined the pa- and was a good citizen, one who will be present month. pers of applicant No and are fully greatly missed from the neighborhood convinced that the County Board has where he long resided. A great many Public Speaking. been yery liberal in its grading. We people were at his funeral. feel that the applicant has no cause to complain. Judge O'Rear, Republican nominee Meeting at Tabor. Under separate cover, we are returnfor Governor, will speak in Columbia, ing the papers. Tuesday, the 15th. The meeting at Tabor church, which Please send copy of this letter to apThe voters in this section are invited was conducted by Rev. B. M. Currie, to be yresent. plicant Very truly yours, the Pastor, closeds last Wednesday night Ellsworth Regenstein, W. A. Coffey, Chairman Republican There were 25 conversions and 14 ad- Committee. Superintendent of Public Instruction ditions to the church, with others who will probably join at the next appoint Meeting at Cane Valley. Mr. B. L. Conover, who is past fifty ment. years old, had on exhibition in ColumThe meeting is said to have been the bia, last Saturday, which he killed in The meeting at Cane Valley in which most far reaching, and best meeting in the waters of Glensfork, with the old W. B. Taylor, of Lagrange, Ky., assist- that neighborhood for mony years family rifle.one hundred yards,off hand. Those who were converted and joined Mr. Conover says that notwithstanding ed Z. T. Williams, closed Friday night, resulting in 29 additions, 26 by confes- the church were mostly grown people, his age, he can shoot likean Indian. ! to-w- it; well-know- .To The Public. 1..: I heads of familes. The neighborhood was verv greatly Mr. James Hardy, who revived and the good people of that ago, visited Columbia community are more hopeful than for committed suicide at the some time. sister, in Lebanon, last shooting his brains out. THE LINDSEY-WILSON some years occasionally, home of his Tuesday by 3t ll ss re-uni- on j If you have any mason work to do such as foundations, retaining walls, flues, etc., you should call on U. II. This school is for Boys and Girls and Grider, Craycraft. ky. He is also a it is a safe place for your children. 39- - lm concrete expert. COURSES. In last week's issue the "ad" of the Prepartory For College, Normal, BusReed Hardware Company read "Columiness, Expression, Music, Art. Large Campus.Electric Lights. Steam bia wagons are sold on their merits." The word "Columbia" should have read and Hot-A- ir Furnaces. Board, tuition and incidental fee, one " Columbus." year, Literary Course, $110.00 in advance. Will Speak Here. Board and tuition paid monthly, $12.75 per month. Write for catalogue. Neilson & Moss. Judge E. C. O'Rear, Republican nomColumbia, Ky. inee for Governor, will speak at Colum-neTuesday, the loth. TRAINING SCHOOL xt Fine Bird Pup. la-grip- y Yarberry, of Louisville, L. McLean of this city, a fine pointer pup a few days ago. The dog is said to be one of the finest breeds inthis country, being originally from therein fine imported English ancestry. Mr. Building Committee McLean enjoys the sport of bird huntiof Columbia Baptist Church. ng: verv much, and likes to be in the field when there are plenty of quail, i The Russell Springs Fair is now on with a fine dog. He desires, to thank and a great many Adair county people Mr. Yarberry, and extends kindest rein gards for the thoughtful remembrance, are attendance. and says he has the honor to be a sinMr. J. P. Dohoney's residence, on cere friend of the donor. Greensburg street will soon be completXX ed. Hon. M. Rey .1. senc Mr. The plans and specifications for the new Baptist Church, can be seen at tha office of Walker Bryant. The Building Committee invites all prospective contractors to examine said plans and make a sealed bid for th work as specifiied J over-look- ed Mr. Cornelius Stephens, of Russell county, was here last Friday in company with his son, Walter, who had the misfortune to get his right a"rm broken at the elbow, two weeks ago. It is a very bad brake, and on account of the time intervening since the accident. Dr. C. M. Russell, who was consulted, advised Mr. Stephens to convey his son to a surgeon in Louisville. The advice was acceped, and the trip to the city made Saturday. Hunn & Coffey have bought and sold about 1,000 sheep and lambs in the las few weeks. Prices range $2 to 33.50. The school per capita for Adair county is $4,41, one cent more than we reported fwo weeks ago. Monday was County Court and a very fair crowd of people put in an appearance. The rain lsst Thursday enlivened the Born, to the wife of Howard Leach, corn crop and other vegatables in the country. July 29th, a son Champ Clark. , : " m ' h -- M ": yf ' VJK -- i v?sl? L..'zr. , - ,'2sefe$ iL; y v r' - t Jft "- v j. rfyfiiitfs ir , .. j j Ts' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Premium List, Columbia Fair Best jersey cow two years old and under three. lst.v. . 7 5 00 00 00 )K)K 2nd .. 2 00 7 40 Special by M. D. Millen Co., Lebanon, Ky. FIRST DAY. TUESDAY A.XJG. Morning Program. Best Jersey cow one year old and under two . 1st. 2nd. 41 1 5 00 2 00 7 00 22. REMEMBER THAT CLASS A. ' Special by Henry Humkey, Lebanon Ky. Best jersey heifer under one year old 1st. 00 $ Best display of apples 1 00 2 Best dbplay of pears 100 3 Best display peaches 1 00 4 Best display of three watermelons 1 00 5 Best display of cantelopes 00 6 Best display of grapes 00 wheat 7 Best half bushel of white 8-- Also 8. 9, 10,11, 12, 13 14,15, 16. 17 and 18, Special by Jeffries Hardware Co., Best half bushel of 1 1 1 2nd .42 Special by Miss Pearl Hindman. Best jersey cow any age 1st .... ... . ... 5 00 2 00 2nd 43 Special by James Greene, .. 10 00 7 50 2 50 The Adair County News Is Going To The Furniture dealer, Louisville, boni- Ky. The best herd jerseys belonging to one person or 9 1 0 1 1 red wheat Best display of oats Best twelve ears of white corn Best twelve ears of yellow corn Best six onions 1 1 00 00 fied firm, consisting of one bull not under one year old, and three or more fema'es. A piece of furniture worth . 25 00 1 00 00 00 00 00 44 45- - 100 1 1 1 1 1 1 BEEF CATTLE. Special by Hardesty & Co. Campbellsville, Best bull two years old and over Best Bull one year old and under two Ky. Cash Basis And is Indebted for the Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 sweet potatoes six Irish potatoes three heads of cabbage half dozen tomatoes six beets display of vegetables Special by Frank Sinclair, dealer in general merchandise Best three stalks of dark tobacco Special by Frank Sinclair, dealer in general merchanBest Best Best Best Best Best six 1st 00 00 2nd. ... 10 00 10 00 7 50 2 50 10 7 that Everybody who V Few Weeks T 150 2 00 46 Spceial by W. R. Hoskin3, Campbellsville, Best bull under one year old, Ky. 1st 2nd.... 47 'Best cow three, years old and over 48 Special by V. Sullivan, Columbia, Ky. Best cow two years old and under 00 50 2 50 VJ' IN 7K 7K 10 00 is i dise, Best three stalks of burley tobacco 21 Special by Campbellsville Carbornating works Best buck any age ecial by W. E. Waller & Son Best ewe any age 23 Special by W. I. Meader & Son Campbellsville Best buck and two ewes 24 Special by C. F. Mantz, Campbellsville, Ky. Best Boar one year old and over 22-Sp- 2 00 5 00 three 1 st . ... 2nd... 49- - 10 00 7 50 2 50 10 Special by Soloman McKinley, Columbia, Ky Best cow one year old and under two . 5 5 00 00 The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher I as IN. 1st.... 2nd 7 .... 2 10 7 10 00 50 , Best cow under one year old." 1st 1st.... 2nd. 25 Special by O. B. Finn, Campbellsville, Ky. Best boar under one year old 7 50 51 .. 250 00 2 50 10 00 7 00 3 00 7 5 2nd .... . 2 00 50 50 00 50 50 v IN. Mi TN 50 52 53 54 Special by Gaddie and Hobson, Campbellsville, Ky. Best cow and suckling calf I 10 00 7 10 1st.... st 50 M 2nd.... 26 Special by V. J. Lindsay, Campbellsville, 2nd BeSt bull any age, any 2 50 Ky. Best ow one year old and over breed Best cow any age, any breed 00 10 00 25 00 15 00 10 00 X We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our aU IN TS NJ' & 1st.... 2nd.... 27 Special by Haynes Bakery, Campbellsville, Best sow under one year old Ky. - Best herd consisting of Bull and three or more females. Must be owned by one person or bonified firm ready Large List Nl IN 1st.... 2nd.... 5 1st.... 2nd.... ' 1st. 2nd-..- . 00 2 50 CLASS G. 7 IN. 28 Special by Richardson Best sow any age & Beck . FINE HARNESS HORSES. Soundness, pleasant handling, size, style form and gait considered, excessive speed not essential. Special by V. M. Gowdy & Co. Campbellsville, Ky. Stallion four years old and over 1st 2nd-. .. IN . 10 00 8 00 2 00 JO 00 8 00 2 00 15 00 55 IN $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly TN 29 Special by J. S. Stults, Campbellsville, Ky. Best boar any age 15 00 IN IN . 1st.... 2nd.... 30 Special by J. P. Jasper, 'Columbia, Ky. Best sow and two or more pigs, 10 00 5 00 10 IN TN 56 Special by W. O. Gaines.Campbellsville, Ky. Stallion three years old and under four Afternoon Program. 00 y IN l IN IN as 1st. Afternoon Program. ... 2nd.... 31 Special by Elrod & Co. Columbia, Ky. Best pheaton pony 15 hands and under.to be driven by a lady accompanied by a gentleman 1st 10 00 5 00 57 58 59 10 00 60 2nd. 32 Special by Columbia Bottling Co. Best saddle mare 4 years old and over Special by Walker Bryant, Columbia, Ky. Best saddle gelding 4 years old and over :.. 50 , 2 50 7 6 10 00 1 33 62 10 00 63 64 65 Special by Sanders Bros. & Go. Campbellsville. Best Stallion two years old and under three Best stallion one year old and under two . . . Special by Merchants Hotel Campbel'sville, Ky. Best stallion under one year old Special by M. E. Jones, Vetinery Surgeon, Campbellsville, Ky. Best mare or gelding four years old or over Special by Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co. Best mare or gelding three years old and under four Special by Bowman the Tailor, Lebanon, Ky. Best mare or gelding two years old and under three Special by G. B. Hendrickson, Campbellsville, Ky. Mare one year old and under two Mare under one year old Special by Lee S. Smith, Columbia, Ky. The best mare colt under one year old sired by Baron Rithmic, season 1912,yalue Special by Lee S. Smith Columbia, Ky. Best horse colt under one year old, sired by Baron Rithmic, season 1912, value Special by V. M. Epperson, owner of Duke of Adair The best bred saddle stallion in Southern Kentucky. The best horse colt by Duke of Adair under One year old MX 7K 10 00 10 00 7 In 00 IN Sid Courier Journal One Year as 7K IN 10 00 7ts IN y 10 00 10 00 10 00 7K IN ! as COMBINED HORSES. 34 Stallion mare or gelding any age, to be shown in har- ness and under saddle, soundness, manner, style, form and gaits, each animal must have five distinct gaits when under saddle. Must have square trot in harness, but excessive speed not essential. Fifty dollars.to be di- IN Louisville Times and News as as as nix IN IN 7K 7T 10 00" 7K. $4.50 INkiK TN V 12 50 Mi IN SI as r vided as follows: 1st. ... 66 25 00 15 00 10 00 viz 7jn SI' 7in in sts Tin 7 2nd.... 3rd.... 35 Special by Jno. P. Dant, Louisville, Ky Best double team, regardless of sex, or ownership soundness, pleasant handling, form, style, size and gait, excessive speed not essential 12 50 67 10 : 00 1 5 00 Smokers Attention A ' , , 1st.... 2nd 36 , 10 00 5 00 The best mare colt by Duke of Adair under one year old, size, style form and action considered 10 00 . 1st Few of our Specials for Smokers Box of 50, per box 9 j '- Special by M. L. Spurling, Campbellsville, Ky. Race for Ponies, 15 hands and under, one-ha- lf heats, two best in three.' " 68 ' Special by James Garnett, Columbia, Ky. Best mare and colt Owl Cigars, 10 00 7 50 mile .. Daniel Boone 1st.... 2nd 8 00 5 00' 3 00 . - ' 2nd . :'. 2r50 Straus No. " " ' 50 ' 100 100 ' $1.S5 1.75 " 3.60 SADDLE STAKE V f - t 37 Special by E. T. Rodgers, Greensburg, Ky. Fastest mule that has never won a race on this track mile heats, two best in three one-ha- lf 1st ; ' " 7 5 00 00 AVEDNESDAY I SECOND DAY, AXJGTJST 23RD. Morning Program. 2nd.... . 2 00 v' 69 i Five gaited horses to be judged by their soundness, con-- formation, manners style and action. Must show five distinct gaits as follows: Walk, trot, rack, canter, running ' walk, fox trot, or slow pace. Saddle stallion, mare or gelding any age. 100 00 1st 50 00 ' ... Chas. Denby San Felice CD El. Toro Porto Rican . Optimo 10c St. Size Optimo 2 for 25c Size Quail Perfect La Aaz 10c St. Size Filson Club 10c St. Size ilFilson Club 2 for 25c Size 100 50 3.75 3.75 1.S5 4.00 50 50 50' 50 100 25 50 5.50 3.50 3.75 7.50 2.S5 2nd. .. 30 00 20 00 10 00 y CATTLE CLASS F. 3rd.... 70 7 1 DAIRY CATTLE. 38 Special by Baker & Morrison, Columbia, Ky.- Best Jersey cow three years old and over 1st . ' '. . . 1000 7 Most beautiful team Free for all trot, Mile heats, three best in five, five to enter three to start. Entrance fee 10 per cent, entries close Aug. 10th. $100100 to be divibed as follows: 1st 4.50 Cherterfield sold by us 6 packs for 25c Cigaretts, all brands of 5c All 15c branes 2 for 2oc All 2oc brands for 20c Mail orders filled on the same day as received. CITY HALL PHARMACY, 50 00 30 00 20 00 Sixth & Jefferson LOUISVILLE, KY. 2nd."... tt3Q SAMai nv I'pnannn fvAam I nunnrv 250i ,jsi3k 50 2nd ! .... Cut Rates The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al 3rd..'.. Continued on 3 page. l r -, ife 1 &--' ' V!" m a-' i: 7'4W.l. vf" r. .!. k i:J&J&-&:a- r .1 I T - i II y . Sr . r I - 4. -- J-d- db r J V Ji tGXi U' T-'- s r ' ' lfl ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 10 i-- - THIRD DAY3 -- Stallion two years old and under three 1 00 v 04 . :! V Morning Program. !;' "r T CLASS I. 105 MULES. 72 73 ' 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 All mules must be shown under halter. Best horse mule three years old and over Special by C. D. Crenshaw, Columbia, Ky. Horse mule two years old and under three Special by J. R. Sanders, Campbellsville, Ky. Best horse mule one year old and under two. . Special by Clark & Hanna, Columbia, Ky. Best horso mule under one year old Special by Citizens Bank. Best mare mule three years old nnd over .' Best mare mule two years old and under three Special by H. S. Robinson, Cambpellsville, Ky. Best mare mule one year old and under two Best mare mule under one year old Special by Bank of Columbia. Best pair mules, regarnless of sex ownership any age, shown to halter Special by W. L. Grady, breeder and dealer in high class horses, and owner of Jordan Peacock The best mare mule colt, season of 1912, to my Jack Highway, worth Special by V. L. Grady, Breeder and dealer in high class horses, and swner of Jordan Peacok. 912, to my Jack, Best horse mule colt, season of Highway, worth ' 106 10 00 7 7 7 107 108. 1 '. 50 50 00 ...:,. 09 1 1 0 1 1 1 10 00 10 00 7 7 50 50 ' 112 Special by C. R. Hutchison, Columbia, Ky. Stallion. one year old and under two Special by Woodson Baker, Columbia, Ky. Best Stallion under one year old Special by W. H. Wilson, Columbia, Ky. Best mare under one year old Speciol by Reed & Miller, Golumbia, Ky. Best mare one year old and under two Special by G. W. Lowe, Columbia, Ky. Best mare or gelding two years old and under three Special by G. P. Smith, Columbia, Ky. Mare or gelding three years old and under four Mare or gelding four years old and over Special by Jrio. D. Lowe, Columbia, Ky., representing Murray-Dibre- ll Co., Nashville, Tenn. Best gentleman rider I st. one pair of Jackson Shoes worth 2nd. one pair Duck back shoes Afternoon Program. r Special pUUUUiUmmiUUUUiUiUUillUUUUIUUilii!UUUii!UiUl ..f... 10 00 7 7 7 1 00 00 00 I Money is Tight ( 3 ... 0 00 0 00 0 00 :2 i And we all must economize by buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any 1 and Everything. 1 I 5 00 3 50 jS- j- WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. J B by M. Rogers, Representing, se Wood-Mosai- c Company., 10 00 team, horses or mules, to be tested on the grounds to be pulled under the direction of the mnnager of this ring. To be divided as follows; Best two-hor- I The Great Green River Merchandise 1 1 Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 " " Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 60c 241bs 10 00 113 ot 1st.... 2nd.... Special by W. L. Walker, Columbia, Ky. Best walk-trand canter, mare cr gelding any age, to judged by conformation soundness, manners, quality be and action 114 Special by Reed Hardware Co., Columbia, Ky. To jthe lady who can hitch up a horse correctly and drive once around the ring first. No snaps used 00 10 00 5 00 5 jr- - 3 10 00 1 " " " bag E: " " 10 00 15 00 ... ROADSTER RING. 83 Stallion, mare or gelding any age j5 5 Second Patent Flour, 1st 2nd . . ... 84-StaIlion, 85 mare or gelding three years old and under four Afternoon Program. Special by Russell & Co. Columbia, Ky. Double team, regardless of sex or ownership, speed style durability and soundness considered 1st 2nd-. 10 00 5 00 10 00 10 00 7 1st.... 2nd. . 50 2 50 BABY SHOW Special by J. E. Gowdy; Campbellsville, Ky. The prettiest boy baby under 14 months old 116 Special by Parson Bros. Columbia, Ky. The prettiest girl baby under 14 months old 117 Special by T. G. Rasner, Columbia, Ky. Best combined gelding owned in Adair county prior to July 15th, 1911 18 Best combined mare owned in Adair County prior to 115 5 5 00 00 .. 00 10 00 5 00 15 CLASS K. 86 Hie most beautiful stallion, mare or gelding any age shown in hand, soundness and beauty considered 1st 5 00 5 Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. If S 3 not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No charge for what it takes to try. E SE Wire and Wire Fence 52 10 Bars 47 in Standard 28c s 2 9 bars 38 in. Stardard 25c " 18k 7 bars 26 in 2&c H 8 " 32 in. " ; Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. :3 Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. 5 r Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent. 2j but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. Er - " " " $5.00 per Bbl. 55c 241bs bag $4.49 per Bbl. g Zz: E 2 r E 50 00 25 00 15 00 10 00 10 00 1 July 15 th, 191 1 00 is :S s 10-- 2 Fertilizers at 90c for Corn 2-8-4 1-8- -2 2nd .'. 3rd..'.. 87 Special by Paull Drug Co. Columbia, Ky. The best lady rider Gold bracelet valued at FREE FOR ALL TROT OR PACE 1 1 at $1.05 corn or tobacco at $1.30 for Tobacco. SADDLE HORSES Soundness, conformation, manners and action, must have five distinct gaits walk, rack, trot, canter, running walk fox trot or slow pace. Special by J. T. Gowdy, Stallion four years old and over Special by Hord & Hall, Campbellsville, Ky. Stallion three years old and under four Stallion two years old and under three Special by J. H. Pelly, Columbia, Ky. Stallion one year old and under two Stud colt under one year old Special by S. C. Mackin, Lebanon, Ky Mare or gelding four years old or over Special by Hoskins & Taylor, Campbellsville, Ky. Mare or Gelding three years old and under four Special by Joe Willock, Campbellsville, Ky. Mare or gelding two years old and under three Best mare under one year old Special by Goff Bros .Livery, Feed and sales stable, Colnmbia, Ky. Stallion, Mare or Gelding any age '. 9 Free for all trot or pace mile heats, three best in five five to enter, three to start, ten per cent entrance fee, entries close August 10th, 1911 100 00 2 :5 5 BjS 3 Write for prices, any analysis you need. Disc Harrows at following Bargain Prices 10 Discs 16 in. " 18 " 8 sr E 1st.... 2nd.... 3rd.... CONSOLATION RING 10 00 10 00 10 00 50 00 30 00 20 00 8 Discs 16 in. at $17.00 " " ' $19.50 12 " 10 " 18 " ' $20.50 at $18.00 ' $19.00 $21.50 g 12 " E E 88 89 90 Other sizes at same proportion 120 Special by Sandusky & Co. Columbia, Ky. Best stallion, mare or gelding any age shown any way that haa not taken a premium at this fair 1st. 3 10 00 7 Cultivators Two HorseWalking $15.50 and $16.00 Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equip- ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. . rr 5 3 ... 50 i2 ' 91 92 93 94' 95 2nd Ozark. 2 50 ; :T5 5 : 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 7 96 97 00 15 00 1st 10 00 5 2nd..'.. CLASS M. 00 98 Special by Buchanan, Lyon Co. Gampbellsville, Ky. Dealers in buggies, wagons and all kinds of Hardware Finest turnout, double team, occupants, vehicles, horses, and wearing apparal, considered, to be shown without decorations 1st 50 00 2nd. ... 3rd.... In addition to the above, Buchanan Lyon Co. will give a piece of silver ware worth $10 to the lady who wins the first prize, 25 00 15' oo 10 00 99 Special on Peacocks, by W. L. Grady, fine horses, and owner of Jordan Peacock. breeder of Best Model Stallion, mare or gelding any age, sired by Jordan Peacock, season to Jordan of 1912, worth- . . . - 15 00 ROAD STAKES 100 The best roadster stallion, mare or gelding any age. Speed style, durability and pleasant handling considered 1st. . . . 100 00 50 00 30 00 20 00 00 5 00 2 00 7 2nd. 3rd .. 100i Special by Taylor-Pru- it & Co Campbellsville, Ky. Plug horse race, two best in three, one half mile heats FOURTH DAY, FRIDAYATJG. Morning Program. 1st. . . 2nd .... 2G. A CLASS O. COMBINED HORSES Horses to be ridden and driven; soundness, conformation, manners and actions to be considered. Horses three years old and over must show five distinct gaits" under saddle. Square trot in harness, but excessive speed not required. Special by Smith & Flora, Campbellsville, Ky. 101 Stallion Four years old and over , Special by Murrell& Miller, Columbia and Gamp-bdkvai-e, 102 J 1' V Five tooth Cultivators with lever$2.25 5 At least not yet. 2 " " " $3.10 Fourteen tooth Germany has adopted a newt :2 The news is scarce through gun designed to bring down 3 Black Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers $34.00 2 horse S " " " Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 this part. aeroplanes, just as if aviaton is 3 " " " " " " plain $9.50 g H"" Misses Annie Reynolds and Myr-ti- e not dangerous enough. rs We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price E Combest, who have been conThe convicts who struck for fined, to their room for some H ARE YOU WITH US. day in the H the eight-hotime is able to be out a gain. Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 5 Michigan - penitentiary finally The Shiloh school is progress- decided not to walk out. ing nicely under the management The earth has only 10,000 of Miss Annie E, Montgomery. Mr. Nathan McKinley, sold a years to live; according to a COLUMBIA DISTRICT, FOURTH KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. team of horses to Thomas Collins, Swedish astronomer. Let us then ROUND. be up and doing etc. The following are the dates fixed for $100.50. Bear creek, Rose of Sharon holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as Western farmers want the far as reported. Officers of fairs are Mrs. R, M. Cabbell, of Joppa, July 2930. requested to report to us any omiswas visiting her parents at this Vweather bureau investigated Burkesville, Allen's Chapel-J- uly sions or correction of dates: Versailles,. Auguest 23 days. because itsM predictions don't place, a few days of last week. 30-- 31. Lexington, August 76 days. The social given by Mr. J. N. agree with their rheumatism. Russell Springs August 8 I days. Renox, Terry s Chapel Aug 1. Uniontown, August days. Morris, last Thursday night was According to fashion experts Glensfork, Sparksville Aug 2. Vanceburg, August 85 days. 94 largely attended, and all reported in London and Paris the harem Lawrenceburg, August 15 4 days. Thurlow, Ladys Chapel Aug. a nice time. Leitchfield, August 154 days. skirt is dead. As a matter of fact 5- -6. Burkesville, August 154 days- The meeting at Clear Spring, it was born that way. Greensburg. Quisenberry Broahead, August 163 days. conducted by Bro. Black and Fern Creek, August, 16 4days. Barbers are, met by the Aug. 1213. Columbia, August 224 days, Stephenson, has been a success. advance of safety razors, are conSpurlington & Early Union Shepherdsville, August 22 I days. Miss S. L. Bryant, is no better sidering the abolition of tips, Ridge Aug. 1920. London. August 22 4Jdays. at this writing. They might also abandon critiCampbellsville Sta. Aug. 20 Erlanger, August 23 4days. Germantown, August 243 days. Mr. G. G. Reynolds, is having cism of the previous hair cut. 21. Nicholasville, August 29 3 days. Mr. Kint his house repaired. Campbellsville Cir., Souls Somerset, August 293 days. Bardstown, August 304 days. Uncle Sam's discovery that Chapel Aug 22. Montgomery, is doing the work. Monticello, September 54 days. Mannsville, Mount Zion Aug. Mr. Joe Maupin and wife, of farming is a science has had Alexandria, September 5 5 days. Mount Olivet, September 54 days, Taylor County, are visiting his much to do with winning the re- 26-- 27. Hodgenville, September 53 days. Casey Creek, Christies Chap. uncle Mr. Calv in Maupin, this spect of the world for the tiller of Sanders, September 64 days. the soil. Farmer boys are learn- -- Aug. 2728. Kentucky StateJFair Louisville, Sepweek. Temple Hill Sept. 23. tember 116 days. opportunMr. Luke Morris, who has been ing to appreciate the Horse Cave, September 20 i days. West Tompkinsville Sept. 5 Mayfield, September 274 days.. sick for some time is able to be ities open .to them on the farm, 6. Liberty August 22--4 days.. and instead of flocking to cities out again. Tompkinsville Sept 910. in search of cheap clerkship Escaped Vitn His Life. Mrs. Mack Moss, of Greens-burCane Valley Sept 13. "Twenty-on- e years ago 1 faced an awlife is all drugery, they where Gradyville-Se- pt. is visitsng her parents Mr. ful death," writed, H. B.Martin, Port 1617. are going to agricultural schools and Mrs. J. W. Morris, this Columbia & Tabor, Tabor-Se- pt. Haerelson, S. C. "Doctors said I had consumption and the dreadful cosgh I and colleges from which many week. 2324. ead looked like it, sure enough. I tried of them are graduating into profeverything, I could hear of. for my cough T. L. Hulse, P. E. essorships, or into positions as and wasundertthe treatment of the best The Roundup. Parson's Poem A Gem. doctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a year government. experts with the man. - ur g, . . . 1000- - Ky. ft Stallion 103 three years old and under four Special by J. C. Durham & Bro. Campbelsville, Ky. 10 00 Nearly everybody who says "I Others are returning to the farm don't care" is not telling the with new methods and new ideas for making the farm life the truth. When an aviator loses his way most attractive life known to in a fog he cannot ask a police man. Ffom Rev. H.StubenvolJ, Allison, la in praise of Dr. King's New Life Pills' "They're such a health necessity. In every home these pills should be If other kinds yon've tried in vain ' USEDR. KING'S And be wellagain.nly 23c at Puall did so.and was completelv cured. T fo that I owe my life to this great.Ithroa and lung cure. "Its poatively guaranteed ior coughs, cokfa, and all bronchial 50c & $1.00 Paull Dxug Co. but could get no relief. A frienp advised me to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I af-fecti- ogs. Drug Co. Trial bottle free a ft - ti r , it ' 1 t C r: 7 - !" I r ih'Vi TBE'ADAIK COUNTY NEWS three saloon The CoffeelTrust, the Steammen of Louisville being opposed ship Trust end other concerns Published Every Wednesday to Beckham, the nominee of accused of making illegal trade - BY THE their party. Lillard, of Dan- agreements abroad and carrying Adair County News'ompany. ville, made the fourth. If any out their effect in the United man ever owed the liquor inter- States, will, it is said, be pros( Incorporated.) ests any thing for support given ecuted by the Department of CHAS-S- . EDITOR. him it seems to be Senator; .Tnstfpo nrohablv not under the HARRIS Bradley. The Echo says that Sherman anti-trulaw, but unDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Insections of the terest of the City of Columbia and the people O'Rear knew and believed what der the anti-truAdair and adjacent counties. he said of Bradley. He was Wilson tariff act of 1894. to know. If he as sec- bound Entered at the Columbia ond class mallraatter. Judge Bethurum, at Somerset, endorses Bradley and Bradley's election, then in the name of continued the trial of Helton and WED. ATO. 9. 1911, common sense how can any one Ellis, the alleged slayers of believe him a sincere believer in Squire Beatty and Constable DemocraticTicket. his doctrine of prohibition? Heath at Burnside upon affidaAgain, Bradley is not ungrateful, vits of the defense until the SepFor United States Senator for Lillard is now his private sec- tember term of court, and the OLLIE M.' JAMES retary. Don't his election look a prisoners were taken to Danville For Governor for safe keeping. little suspicious? JAMES B.jMCCREARY THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS liquor Democrats, iKHMHIIMlffliiiWi 31 MMMMMMMMMMMi Columbus Wagons 7 ARE st st Sold on Their Merits. Post-offi- ce For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J. MCDERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES GARNETT ForJAuditor HENRY N, BOSWORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G. RHEA For Secretary of J State C. F. CRECELIUS For Supt. of PublicInstruction. . Jo Bailey, a Texas Senator, voted with the Republicans on J. V. NEWMAN the farmer's free list bill. It For Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT L. GREENE a skin trouble resembling lepro- would be better for j?the country For Railroad Commissioner sy, and is incurable. There are if he would again resign his poW. F. JKLAIR one hundred cases reported from sition, and then be man enough Bell and Whitley counties. The to not reconsider his action. A Call. State Board of Health has called Governor Varderman has been Bv direction of the"IDemocrat-3- c a meeting of itsmembers, to be nominated by the Democrats of State Centrallfand Executive held at Corbin at which Mississippi forJUnited States teen sheep to J. W. Simpson for Committees, aconvention is meeting steps will be taken to He ran as the candidate twenty-si- x dollars. hereby called toJ.be held at the stamp the! disease out jof the Senator. people. of vhe Airs, fane Taylor Lewis, Aman-davillcourt house in Columbia, Ky., at State. is visiting relatives at 2 o'clock p. m.,!!onrSaturday, Dead. this place, this week. August 12, 1911, to select del- - The State Democratic ConvenMessers. Granville and S. E. egates to thej State Convention tion, !which has been called to Last Thursday night August 3, to be held in the city of Louisville, formulate a platform, will con- - 1911. at half after tenXo'oclock, Estes, Ruby, did business here on August, 15. 1911, for the pur-- , vene in Louisville next Tuesday. the death angel visited the home last Friday. pose of adopting a5 platform of Representative Democrats from of Mr. Henry Gadberry, claimirg i IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD principleslfor the guidance of the! all sections of Kentucky will be his dear wife. She had been Democratic party in Kentucky in attendance. There is some afflicted about nine months, but and for the consideration thereof speculation as to theposition the when thelLord sent his angel for by the peopled thelcoming cam-- . Party will takeon the County her, she was willing and ready to III III nial in 'uli i'iIwii'Ih ii bill. We take it that the paign leading up to'fthe!! Novem-Un- it go. Weep not friends, for she is wisdom that will be assembled in ber election, oi 1911. at rest, and ready to meet you all MANUFACTURED BY independent! the convention will do the very All Democrats, at the golden gate, where we will The Stewart Iron Works Company voters, and alllvoters. who desire best thing for the party, and never have to part any more. She CINCINNATI, OHIO Whoso Fence received the Highest to officiateith theDemocratic when the platform has been told them before she died for Award, "Gold, medal," World's nextV State election ' claimed, thelboys in the trenches them all toJmeet her in heaven, in the Fair, St. Louis, 1904. The most economical fence you can , :n u of 1911, are invited to be pres- will have nothing to do but wnere n t buy. Price less than a respectable wood J tuere win uc nuuiuicguuu vny not replace your oia one lence. ent and participate insaid coun- get on it. now, with a neat, attractive IBOXFEiCE, byes. She went to her father's, LA8T A LIFETIME." ty convention. Iron Mr. J. 0. McClister, about six Over 100 designs ofsnownFence, Iroa Flower in our catalogues. Vase, seueeit'etc., Judge I. H. Thurman, of the Jno. W. Flowers, ,or rncei mil surprise xou. months ago, 'and took worse and CAIX A"D SEE US. Chairman'Dem., Ex., Com., of Lebanon district, who has been did not live to see her precious S. P Eubank mentioned as a probable candiAdair Co. Columbia, Ky. again.J Day after day she date for Congress against Hon. home In speaking'of the defense Ben Johnson, denies the report. prayed that she might live to go Knifley. to her earthly home and stay a made by the Louisville Herald of While en route last week to AtJudge 0 'Rear's statement of Sen- lantic City the Judge stopped while, and then she wanted to go Mrs. W. F. Feese is quite sick ator W. 0. Bradley, which has over in Washington long enough home, to live with God. at this time. been given tojthe public through to tell Mr. Johnson that he was She leaves a husband and seven A series of meetings are in Democratic papers,', Tne London for him, and that he would carry little children, besides her father, progress at Plum Point, conductEcho, a strongRepublican organ every county in his" district, if mother, brother and sisters to Shively and mourn her loss. The funeral ser- ed by Revs. Murratt in this district sjtat'es: "The he should have opposition. vices, were conducted by Rev. G. W. J. Levi. statement madejby Judge O'Rear Mr. Charlie Sanders who has R. Abrel, at the family burying was, that despite, the machinaThe Democratic tariff been detained from his school on tions of the5i.lobby,t. here is one was moved up closer to ground Friday afternoon. account of sickness, is up and Senator from? Kentucky on whose President Taf t when the Senate, Dirigo. about again. title there Is2 no stain, and on by another remarkable coalition Geo. Staples was to see our whose record ethere is no blot." of Democrats and Republican in Miss Luta Barger. visited her merchants one day last week. "'If Judge O'Rear had not believ surgents, passed the farmers ed his wordsetolbe true, nothing free list bill after voting down parents last Saturday and SunMike Winfrey, deputy Sheriff, day. Mrs. Martha Helt Cofer, was this side of heaven could have the original House measure so in our town a day or two and Mrs. Janes of, Salem.Ind. vis- last week. forced him toutter them. Judge closely that one more Democratic O'Rear believedevery word he Senator would have changed the ited at Matthew Wootens, several Mr. J. M. Hancock, our new uttered to be true, and this being result and left the entire revision days last week. road overseer worked the road The Methodist held quarterly two days the fact, no defense is neces- issue squarely before the last week, which was meeting at Independence last sary." Now in justice to the badly needed. Wednesday. A large crowd was intelligence of this State, and in Mr.,Jr C. Dunbar and wife justice to the great cause he has The News makes it a point to in attendance. visite'd: their daughter, Mrs. ,'espoused, his statement of Sen- interview the traveling men on Mrs. Mary Lacy, of Cumberland Wallace Goode, a few days last ator Bradley does not appear to the political situation in Ken- county visited at J, J. England's, week. as reconciliable. Judge tucky as they enter Columbia. a day or so last week. U3 Henry Bardin, Chance, was Leslie Blair was fined one cent 'O'Rear the great advocate of Nearly all who have given ex' and cost for assaulting Mr. E. the curtailment of liquor, whose pressions, judging from what here last Thursday buying pro- Eastridge. preaching leads to prohibition, they have heard in their respect- duce. He claimed to be paying Knifley, eighty-thre- e knew how Mr. Bradley was elect- ive territories, say that the Dem- the" highest market price. He Aunt Bettie years old, rides horse back ed. He knew, and all the people ocratic ticket is a sure winner, was also soliciting wool to be neighbors three op know that Senator Bradley was party men every where being worked by a Campbellsville ma- tothethe chinery. A. M. Petty, sold thir- - four miles, visiting. elected by the votes of four very enthusiastic. For Commissioner'fofJAgriculture , barksdaleThamlett According to newspaper dis patches the fatal disease, pella gra, is making rapid headway in Kentucky. A number of cases have been discovered in the eastern section, seventeen cases in the Lexiflgton Asylum, and seven cases in the Hopkinsville Asylum. The disease is thought to be caused from eating corn which has been attacked by a fungus growth known as "smut." It is Democratic Leader Underwood declared in the House that if any of the Democratic tariff revision U1US SIIUUIU gu uu me iicomciiu and be signed byhim the extra session of Congress would be continued until the entire revision programme was carried es They give Satisfaction, through. "Ask the man who owns one." j Reed Hardware Co. mmwim&jiwmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmm S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER and JEWELER e, to-da- y, ! i OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in , J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. , iBiM I I We Sell Iron Fence Sandusky & Co. Wholesale, and Retail , I pro-par- ty LUMBER All Kind., of Plaining Mill Work, 5a?l, Doors I and. Blinds Columbia, Ken Kicky. f II E5 Remember Us When You Want Columns Ours is the only Colonial Column Factory in Kentucky. Nothing but Solid and Bored Poplar. m jI p pro-gram- me m Ij U HI 3i m Remember that we are in better position to furnish Columns than any Firm in the State. !j ij Our Prices are Right Discount to Dealers " i Phone No. 108. COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. COLUMBIA, KY. x Have a good family horse for sale. J. C. Browning, Mill town,. Ky. T. A. SMITH DEXTIST. J -- According to a Hopkinsville Repuplican who claims to know what he is talking about, Judge O'Rear is trying to dictate the nomination of legislstors in every COLUMBIA, KY. OTFICJC XX RX7BBKU BX.Xa part of the state. He wants only such men sent to Frankfort as favor "my policies." The Repub licans in this region are already sick and tired of their nomines for governor, and it is certain for him Hopkimville New Era. Q. P. SMYXp for and fIRE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE that many of them, will not vote il iV f &ue 5 I r TV j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS s The County Fairs Are Approaching And The Young People Want To Attend in Style -- - s and in order to so do, they are getting prices from v The Buchanan Lyon Co. On their Fancy Buggies and their Finest Harness. The largest stock to select from in Central Kentucky, and the Greatest Variety. The prices being Corect. Remem ber the place, SI "35J2 & BUCHANAN LYON CO. INCORJPOR-ATED Campbeilsville, Ky. $& B .jSMxtflTy w wmwwwwww1 ""WWWWWWWWWWWWWWmWWWWWwW She will not return home until ment of a surgeon for a slight operation lsat week, and was greatly benefited September. PERSONAL :: 5 she will return home in a few days. Rev. B M. Currie, left for Griffins A Mr. J. B. Coffey will be at Perryville Springs, yesterday where he will assist G. H. Upchurch, in a revival at next week, as special judge at the fair. Rev. Prof. W. M. Wilson is visiting his pa- Asbury church. rents at Williamsburg. Accused Of stealing. Mr. G. A. Atkins, wife and children Mrs. L. C. Hurt, Louisville is visiting and Mr. Rollin browning wife, and chilE. E. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Me.,' relatives in Columbia. dren, Milltown, visited in Columbia, the boldly accuses Bucklen's Arnica Salve .Mr. Tyler Marshall, Canipbellsville, first of the week. of stealing the sting from burns or Miss Annette Welcher an d Annie scalds the pain from sores of all kinds was here Friday. Long.Knoxville, Tenn. ..and Jo B Long, Mr. Jo. Coffey's, condition is reported j the distress from boils or piles. "It Oliver Springs, are visiting at the home some what improved. robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains and of Rev. J. R. Crawford. Prof. A. H. Ballard, returned from inJuries of thair terror," he says, "as a Mr. Thos Grady, who is close to nine-- ; Wisconsin last Friday morning. tv vpsrs old., a brother to Dr. J. n healing remedy its equal dont exist. j " -A. Hunter, traveling sales- Grady, is in a feeble condition at his Only 2oc at Paull Drug Co. Mr. W. man, .was here Friday. home, Gradyville. Judge E. C. O'Rear, who speaks here Miss May Montgomery spent a few Mrs. J. S. Darnell, little son and on August loth will go from here to days at Cane Valley last week. daughter, who visited relatives here sev- to Jamestown, where he will speak on Mr. Geo. H. Gowdy, made his regular eral weeks, returned to their home, August 16th. Frankfort, last Friday. trip to Columbia last Thursday. r.wyw.-""- l m -- -- - place. Great Bargains VWE T I HAVE ON HAND QUITE A LOT OF MEN'S Womens' and Children's Slippers, we will sell at 20 per cent, less than the regular price. Also line of Muslins we sell at COST. - i & V Mr. E. F. Mullinex and daughter, 5 per cent, penalty added September Miss Sarah, left for Cumberland coun 1st on all unpaid Graded School tax for and will remain until after 19n. Rev. Young, pastor of the Methodist ty Saturday -A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. ut roc v.v fnHiiv i ij i.urcii. uauicotuvvii. woo v,QM a iuj. tne uurKesvine rair. r Mr. .T. F Shaw, an eleerant eentle- Tn,aTTnrf Mnnfnolior fcnro'hpon ouite sick for several davs. man, who travels out of Nashville, spent Every body should go to the Lindsey! Sunday in Columbia, and will be in the Wilson Hill this, Tuesday evening, county daring the week. VZ Vt L naa iu uuiuuium IvOaUQ CUIlinuuiui, A King Who Left Home V. Xr TJ.". cnonf gpvpral TOir -Monday. "-"";---set the world to talking, but Paull ". . .. weeks with his people nere ana inenas mornBuffalo, N. Y. says he Mr. W. T. Ottley left Saturday over the county, left for his home. Mathuluka, of ing on a three days business trip to Quaunah, Texas, last week. always KEEPS AT HOME the King of Lexington. all Laxatives Dr. King's New Life Mr. Wm. Vaughan, of Russell Mr. J. A. Dulworth and wife, Camp Springs, who has been in declining Pills and ihat they are a bllesing to Knox, were shopping in Columbia health, has just returned from a wa- all his family. Cure constipation.head- ' Thursday. ache, indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 25c tering place, very much improved. at Paull Drug Co. Mr. J. A. Young, came up from Misses. W. C. Murrell and J. A. Inroad and spent Sunday with his Willis, have about finished their contract family. at Inroad. They were both at home LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Logan Dunbar and wife, of last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Jamestown, were in Columbia last Sanders and Missj Mr. Harvey Thursday. Millard Sherrill. of thi3 county , were : Latest Quotations on Live Stock Mrs. G. P. Smythe has re turned from married by Rev. B M . Currie, at the the Norton infirmary, Louisville, and, parsonage, last Monday afternoon. is greatly improved. CATTLE Misses Tina Brockman and Gertrude Neighbor Hatcher was in town one Murray, to of Adair's best young ladies Shipping steer ?5.255.50 night last week. He was a little inclined left the town for Louisville, where they Beef steers 4.755.50 to discuss politics. have positions in a wholesale milli- Fat heifers and cows 4754.85 Mrs. Guinn Bradshaw and her daugh- nery house. Cutters 2.5o3.75 ter, Miss Nora, were shopping in this .' Canners 1.252.50 Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Booker and Mrs. ; place last Friday. U13 t03 w Routzong, of Miami, were in Columbia Dr. T. J. Jones, Montpelier, was in last Saturday, and were entertained at feeders ckers Columbia Saturday, Shaking hands with dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ' 30.00-42.Choice milch cows his friends. Fayette Davis. 10.00-20.Common to fair cows . . . Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Womach, of Rushogs Master Arthur Kasey, who was here " sell Springs, were shopping in Columbia with his mother, was taken violently ill choice 210 up 6.75 days ago. a few at the home of Mr. John Lee Walker Mediums, 165 to 210 6.75 was relieved in a pjgS 4.50 Mr. J. S. Darnell, Frankfort, met his last Thursday, but Roughs 3.50 family here last Friday. He came down very short time. SHEEP AND LAMBS automobile. J in an Mr Arthur Mitchell, who is located 6.50 in Indiana, is at home near Greensburg I B?st lambs Mr. Paul Hughes accompanied his Culls 2.50.300 brother, Tobe, to Quanah, Texas, and for a few weeks. He and his brother Fatsheep 3.00-3.Twyman visited relatives and friends will be absent several weeks. GRAIN. in this community last week. B. H. Gilpin, Tom Taylor and Mr. 90 Wheat. e, Mr. C G. Meece has returned from Robt Borders, were here from 50 Corn... Somerset, and is now at his place of a few days ago. Local Market. business, near Neatsville. He has fulEthel Powell, daughter of Rev. ly recovered from the accident which Miss W. D. Powell, of Louisville, is visiting befell him several weelis ago. Misses Jim and Cecil Conover. Mr. Tyler A. Baker, wife, and son, ' : 12 Eggs Lincoln Denton, was called to Tyler A., Jr., of Cleburne, Texas, arMr. 7 Hens his home in Somerset last Thursday, a rived Friday afternoon to visit Mr. Bak8 Chickens membnr of his family being very sick. er's father, sisters and brother. They ' 3 Cocks :. i Pelly, Dunnville, was in Co- - will be here about a month. Turkeys i Mr. J. F. i 4 1, Geese... jmribia last Saturday, and reported sevBev. A R. Kasey, Hop&msviiie, wno '. typhoid fever in his town. assisted the pastor of the Methodist Ducks.; 5 '. eral cases of :.. 14 Wool (clear grease) Church, Jamestown, in a series of meetMrs. Georgia Shelton, remains in a Wool (washed) . 20 to 22 to Colrmbia Friday, and' very serious condition. Her many ings, returned his family for his home. Hides (green) 5to6 with ieacls are exceedingly anxious for her later left 38 to42 Feathers ,tcoYery. Mrs. Jo Roeenfiekl, who is visiting Ginseng 4 05 W. N. Bradshaw, is in Barden her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Barnett, rs. 2( Beeswax ly attending a curative watering Ind., went under the treat- Mr. Ed Thomas, Crocus Cumberland county, was in Columbia last Thursday. nr.t-n- FURNITURE. We are receiving two Car Loads of Furniture that we can make you a nice price on. Buying in such a quantity puts us jv. rr'Z' r: f in-lin-e in a position to sell at very reasonable figures. In this line of furniture we purchased quite a number of Eight Day Clocks which we will sell at wholesale cost. -- 1 1 Summer Gothin; We are also making special prices on all our Summer Clothing. Remember we give absolutely free with each $25.00 cash purchase a nice Cobbler Seated Rocker. We invite you to call, see our goods and get our prices before buying. We are Yours for Business, J PATTESON & DENSSEY, Columbia, Ky. The Reed Hardware Co., has offerd a special premium, wnich should be of interest to every lady who drives a horse. The contest is to the lady who can hitch up a horse correctly and drive once around the ring first. H050 50 00 : Irvine Store We have had a fine rain and every body is happy but the grow- -- 25 Caiip-bellsvill- The news is requested by the board Marion Rexrpat has a new girl of trustees to notify parents of childwho ride upon the pavements on at his home. Franklin Shepherd, ren, trycicles and bycicles. There is an ordinance prohibiting it. A fine might a new boy, and one also at Harvy have to be paid. Fmerson's. Colorado Grant, who was here last winter during Vaudeville Stunts, was shot and killed at Taylorsville, last Friday night. A man named Maux was arrested and charged with the crime. er he is a nuisance to himself. head . The minist rs meeting a t Salem, was well attended, number of interesting s ibjects were delivered and the bes.t of order prevailed. ' Mrs. Mahala Nelson, is here To-da- y. visiting relatives. Mr. A. C. Hatfield of Russell Springs, is here for a few days filling teeth, doing other dental work. M. W. Cooper made a flying trip to Somerset the first of the week. MrA. W. Gadbery and wife, of Decatur, are at the latter's father, Jones Hammond, this week, where they are building their new house. Jonas Hammond, sold a fine bunch of sheep to Sam Pelley, at $250 per iTlffiOP i : down the throat of a "capei chicken destroys tho wornn and saves the chick's life A few drops in the drinking water Judging from the number of wagon loads of watermelons which have reached Columbia, the crop this year is large. The quality is fine. un-usu- CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. v. I teach vocal music, tune and repair pianos and organs. Gnarantee satisProf. J. W. Hicks, faction. . Columbia, Ky. Rev, E. B. Stevenson, will preach Sunday forenoon at the Methodist church, this City. One 50c Bottle of BourbonPoulfryCiire Makes 12 Gallons of Mediclae. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ol this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address REMEIT CWPMT, iMhtlN, Kj. Ev-ansvil- le, mm ,A. X 'b IF YOU HAVE A SICKLY the adaik county news SANDY'S SpRUPLES. They Almost Kept the Tourists From Getting the Boat. A couple of tourists staying at a vil lage which is in close proximity to a well known Scottish loch had a fancy one fine Sunday to go for a row on the loch. They accordingly sallied forth in search of the boatman, whom they met just leaving his house, dressed in his Sunday best and carrying a Bible under his arm. "We want to go for a row." said one of the tourists. "Dae ye no' ken it's the Sawbath?" answered Sandy. "Ye'll no' get a boat fra me the day. forby I'll hae ye tae ken that I am an elder o' the kirk." "Yes. yes." expostulated the tourists, "that's all very well for you, but we don't require you with us. You can go to church; we can row ourselves." "Aye. aye." said the elder, "but jist think whit the meenister '11 say." "Never mind the minister," was the reply; "he will know nothing about it We will pay you well." "Ah. weel." said Sandy, "I'll no' let ye the boat, bit I'll tell ye whit I'll dae. Dae ye see yon wee boatie doon among the rushes? Weel, she's ready wl' the oars inside. Jist ye gang doon there an' row oot tae the middle o' the loch, an' I'll come doon tae the bank an' swear at ye. Bit never ye mind; ye jist row on an' I'll call for the money on Monday." London Ideas. CROWNED An UNCLE SILAS SULKED. PHYSICIANS AND A Medical View FEES. YOUNGSTER TRY THIS FREE The family with young children that is without sickness in the house now and then is rare, and so it is important that the head of the house should know what to do in the little emergencies that arise. A child with a serious ailment needs a doctor, it is true, but in the majority of instances, as any doctor knows, the child surfers from some intestinal trouble, usually constipation. There is no sense Jn givingit a pill or a remedy containing an opiate, nor is flushing of the bowels to be always recommended. Rather give it a small dose of a mild, gentle laxative tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which, by cleaning out the bowels and - strengthening the little stomach ble. . cles, will immediately correct the mustrou- . This is not alone our opinion but that of Mrs. N. H. Mead of Freeport, Kan., whose granddaughter has been taking it successfully and of Mrs. J. R. Whiting of Lena, Wis., who gives it to her children and takes it herself. It is sold in fifty cent and one dollar bottles at every drug store, but if vou want to test it in your family before you buy it send your address to Dr. Caldwell and he will forward a trial bottle free of. charge. Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 111. Caldwell building, Monticello, A t HUGHES CQtfPRfiy BLINDS. - A Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. We appreciate them. ' What Aunt Melissa Had to Say When She Heard the News. Aunt Melissa Spigott was such an exceedingly energetic talker that the youngsters of the family used to suppose that her tongue must be copper toed, because It never wore out. Uncle Silas, on the other hand, was as economical of words as a marketman is of early strawberries. The too free exercising of this unruly member of Aunt Melissa's on one occasion gave Uncle Silas serious offense, which he manifested by a severe silence lasting for several days. At the end of that period one of the older daughters approached her mother upon the subject with the remark. "Ma, seems like you ought to make up with pa by now." "Make up with pa!" exclaimed Aunt Melissa in great astonishment. "Make up what?" "Why," returned the daughter, "don't you know poor pa's feeling bad yet? He's still huffing." "Huffing for the land's sake! How long's he been "Ever since you came down on him so hard about wasting sugar by net stirring his coffee: that's three days ago." "Why, you don't tell me. Janie Maud!" Aunt Melissa looked amazed for "Tour pore pa. Been three days, and I never mistrusted a thing of it!" Youth's Companion. LOADED L tf-2- & N. Time Card HIMSELF. SILKS. ! E. L. HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED. U. G. BARDWICK, Pres. W. T. pimiiWRiGHTS 1301 "' J. H Ceremony In Which King George IV. Figured. That was a curious sort of impromptu coronation in which his majesty King William IV. of England figured. Things did not go very well with Earl Impromptu In effect Monday. Dec SI, 1SC8. of the Doctor's Charge SOUTH BOUND For His Services. Lv. LooisviixeZT! Ab. Lebanch physicians' ffoAiN Those who discuss the 7 7:00am Silvan essence of it. fee frequently miss the SJ5am present As a matter of fact, under 5:05 pm 7:40lrm lO.OOipm social conditions the charge made to No 21 80 pm o.93 6:20 pm 9:00lpia the wealthy and well to .do is the nor NORTH EOUND mal and proper fee: the lowered Ckjun ,,Lv. Lebanon AE.Locisfa.ta charges made to thoe less fortunate 0.24 5:48am Tifeaia are concessions. The tremendous field o.78 10:15 am 7:32am 0.23 420pm 6:55 pm of the physician's charity is therefore 628 pm 8:15 pm underestimated, for it extends Jo.22 usually Jo. 92 732am lOJSTam to a great majority of his patients. Nos. 92 and 93 arelSunday trains only. In olden times, when medicine was. nearly all art and but little science, the fee was unknown. Like other artists, the leech received an honorarium, the weight of which depended naturally upon the resources of the patient. The popular impression that physiW. IH. IX11UJ&OHH, Prop p. cians make the rich pay for the poor is They extend their services to incorrect First-CIas- s Table all alike, and all are supposed to pay as much as they can afford for services Good Sample Roome really priceless and impossible to repFeed Stable resent adequately in money values. Reasonable Rates Any attempt made to establish standard fees by law is sure to work injustice to the physician. The "standKY ard" fee would have to be much higher than the average fee at present and there would have to be some method of enforcing its sure payment. Only with the standard fixed, as now. by the ability of the wealthy Is it possible for the poor to receive the benefits of the highest professional skill without VETERINARY SURGEON losing their self respect. New York Medical Journal. No-2- 3 No-79 WILMORE HOTEL GKftDYlILLe. C. D. Crenshaw LOUISVILLE, KY. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1S8- 9- DEALERS IN I t mACHiNiSTS ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilRTeeNTtt-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work juipm Grey's government after the second reading of the first reformed bill had been carried by a majority of one in 1831, and one Friday in April they suddenly got the king to go down and prorogue parliament in person. Somebody went off to the Tower to fetch the crown, and with a scratch body of attendants his majesty drove down to the house of lords. What happened there is described In Greville's memoirs. The king ought not properly to have worn the crown, never having been crowned, but when he was in the robing room he said to Lord Hastings: "Lord Hastings, I wear the crown. Where is it?" It was brought to him, and when Lord Hastings was going to put It on his head he said, "Nofiody shall put the crown on my head but myself." He put it on and then turned to Lord Grey and said, "Now, my lord, the coronation is over." The crown did not fit very well, we are fold, but the prorogation was successfully effected. London Chronicle. Serving Soup. SMI iOtoiritKi'ia vAo JOUB1NCI WORK. -- SOLICITED sSl " Jtmzii NS'U-,--Sag- - - r-- pwrTsM "- - - All Kinds of Machinery Repairtd- - ELLWOOD 26 INCHES WIRE FENCE I HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD 'uui We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as lone OCi j n i sa'nnr r ui uv mvu ieuce jasis. nr. carry in siock ail i. i.i we neignts and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. efi-nl- vt-- n. s-- P,. 1j 50INCH rr TTwYTYTTTTTW 58INCH why the soup plate was made broad and shallow the almost certain answer would be that such an arrangement facilitates the cooling of the soup to a temperature comfortable to the mouth. We believe that utilitarians drink tea out of a saucer for the same reason. While that may be the explanation of the peculiar shape of the soup plate, the advantage indicated is surely insignificant compared with the obvious disadvantages which may probably arise from exposing so large a surface of nutrient fluid to the air. Soup should be served in a cup, a low broad teacup, and the method, which Is becoming more usual, is hygienic. Too deep a vessel would be an error on the other side. Its advantages would be canceled by its great drawback. We should miss some of the delicate flavors of the soup. London Lancet. Stage Scenery. Walter Prichard Eaton, the dramatic critic, believes modern dramas are too elaborately staged. In "The Question of Scenery" in the American Magazine he says: "After all, it was not the Elizabethans who were stupid because they could enjoy the drama on a bare stage. It Ib we who are stupid 'because we cannot enjoy the drama unless the stage is littered with realistic' scenery. We have no faith In our own Imaginative powers. It would be a good thing for the drama if all scenery were abolished for the next ten years. Having learned to get along without it, we would perhaps keep It in its proper place for awhile after It returned. Its proper place is as a pictorial and suggestive background to the actors and the play and nothing but a background." If anybody were asked to suggest The Way the Fabric Is Adulterated to Increase Its Weight. If properly handled silk is the strongest and most durable of all textile materials, but the various processes of manufacture that remove much of the natural gum cause It to lose so large an amount of its weight that unscrupulous dyers and manufacturers resort to "loading." dipping the thrown silk Into a solution of bichloride of tiu Some are not content with restoring the original weight of the raw silk, but "load" It until its weight Is multiplied three or four fold. This operation makes the skeins more valuable. hu it destroys the durability of the til:! ments. Stretching the threads to their elas tic limit, so that a given weight will weave a greater number of yards, and steaming to give the material an un natural luster are other processes thai prove profitable to manufacturers, but costly to the consumers and that caue many people to regard silk as an uncertain and treacherous fabric, with an inexplicable tendency to split, crack and fall into holes, even though pack ed away in drawers or hanging up. The use of cheap, inferior and de structive dyes is another practice equally injurious and perhaps still more common. London Family Her aid. Driven to It. Guy, the youngest son of Farmoi Timmins, had spent two years in coi lege, during which time he had accu mulated more indebtedness than edu cation. His father paid his bills and left him to shift for himself. The boy had good stock In him, however, an'1 managed by turning over a new leaf, practicing strict economy and doing odd jobs of work as opportunities pre sented themselves to pay for his tui tion, and stayed on. "How's your boy doing at college? asked the elder Timmins next neigh bor one day. "He's getting along all right now." "I hear he's working his waj through." "Yes." grimly, but with a gleam ol pride, answered Fanner Timmins "He found he couldn't work me an. more." Youth's Compauiou. POWER OF MUSIC. The Awakening That Came to Stephenson on Hearing Olo Bull. Ole Bornemann Bull, who was one of the famous wizards of the violin in the nineteenth century, had little difficulty in swaying an audience by the magic of his wonderful performance on his favorite instrument The great violinist was greatly admired by Stephenson, the inventor of the locomotive, although the latter had little appreciation of music in his soul. A call of some nature one day took Stephenson to Ole Bull's home. After the business on hand had been transacted the inventor arose to go. whereupon the master pressed him to remain and hear the tones of a famous violin which had lately come into hi possession. Ole Bull began to explain the marvelous construction of the violin, the perfect exactness required in each minutest part The inventor became interested in the subject Finally Ole Bull explained how the sound waves were produced and the relation of the different parts to their production. Then, still explaining, he drew his magic bow across the strings in a burst of exquisite music. Stephenson listened, spellbound. Ole Bull played on. When the music finally died away Stephenson burst into tears and sobbed. "There has been something in my life that was and at last I've found out what is." it lac-kin- Special Fistulo, Attnetin lo Eyes Poll-evi- l. Spavin or anv sur gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Men ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES'. RESIDENCE. STREET. ON BURKSV1LLE Joseph 3 H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and'adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky, Why Not 2WCH A A AM f fvv,H V i qimu .Z3iiai.ii 26INCR lk A A K rt i isms a I m w j M Kft ft HMAAHHRH H ie inch iW Vf sVWv v 'ttUyM&XQJXQ&QJX! i tJ im J fmi. run it ttlf til f m rtWW?Tni "''A'! r- KKM IU. V v ':. ' t xi . r ?t . . ' tLLWOOD ' mlfj.t l; -- . f UM FENCE'tSTANDWW STw?lS?nSSf5 ' Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Ruined by Jesting. The Antiochenes themselves brought about the ruin of the beautiful city of Antioch, the. ancient capital of the Greek kings of Syria. These people 'i were famous for their biting and scurWhen you cannot get exactly what suits you out of our enor- rilous wit as well as their Ingenuity When the PerCarpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Draperies and In devising nicknames.invaded Syria in mous assortments. sians under Chosroes WallJPaper are here in a profusion of styles. We show more than 538 the Antiochenes could not refrain 20 different sizes in Carpet Rugs and can match smaller Rugs, or from jesting, at them. Ample revenge "Well, it's this way," said Bildad for this was taken by the Persians, "If Dobblelgh could write the way he Door Mats to nearly every design". Prices always right. who totally destroyed the city. talks he'd have Sir Walter Scott and 'Alexander Dumas lashed to the mast." Would Do His Own Biting. Harper's Weekly. The British gentleman new to our shores stepped up to the cigar counter No Duty on Anecdotes. When in Louisville, look over our offerings and be satisfied and requested of the "dark" a cigar. "This sword came from the battle - - that you haye struck the right place, the right people and the right "What will you have, a bit cigar?" field of Waterloo. An interesting an asked the "dark." ecdote goes with it" j .,price. "No; I'd rawther bite it myself." re"It is a really interesting anecdote.' plied the Briton. San Francisco said the other man, after listening & carefully. "I bought the same anecChronicle. i dote once with an old musket "Wash 'f, iKwporaied Man Ar Beaten. Ington Herald. ' Every man la the center of perpetual 522 and 525 West Market St. -a. i radiation like a lumlMM body. He is, "We .are put Into this world to make mm It were, a beacoa whlck entices a it better, and we nnst be about eat U ipon the rocks If it tots set guide business. General it late port- - AjBtoL . - There is Never a Time Escaped the Bullets. Dr. James Craik, who was Washing ton's family physician, was with the Father of His Country in the expedition against the French and Indians In 1754, and the next year he attended General Braddock in his fatal campaigning. Fifteen years later, while exploring wild lands in the western districts of Virginia. Dr. Craik en countered a band of Indians led by an aged chief, who Informed the physician through an Interpreter that he had made a long journey to see Colonel Washington, at whom In the battle of Monongahela he had fired his rifle fifteen times and ordered all his young men to do the same. In fact. Wash Ington had two horses killed under him that day, and his coat was pierced Pineapple Juice. As an aid of digestion, a really ma with four bullets, yet he left the battleterial aid, the pineapple stands alone field unscratched. among the fruit Its vegetable pepsin neutralizes, or perhaps rather digests, A Chemical Experiment. albuminous substances in the stomach When the genial Quaker, Isaac T Fresh pineapple or, better still, th Hopper, met a boy with a dirty face fresh juice of one placed in direct con or hands he would stop him and intact with eggs or gelatine or milk wil. quire if he ever studied chemistry prove this fact conclusively by pro The boy, with a wondering stare duclng a bitter tasting tdlsh. In case, would answer, "No." of catarrhal ailments of the throai "Well, then. I will teach thee how to and in its downward connection the perform a curious chemical experi alimentary canal or tract pineapple ment," said Friend Hopper. "Go cannot be overestimated, and It home, take a piece of soap, put it In equal force in malarial affection water and rub it briskly on thy band New York World. and facai Thou hast no idea what a beautiful froth It will make and how much, whiter thy skin will be. That's Fickla Popularity. "You started with the full confi a chemical experiment I advise thee dence of your constituents, and now to try it" Life of Isaac T. Hopper. you are criticised on every hand."' "Yes," replied Senator Sorghun Ancient History. mournfully, "my experience has been "I'm satisfied." said the young man very much like that of a man who who was just home from college, "that good naturedly consents to umpire :i the science of electricity was under ball game." Washington Star. stood before the"flood." "Don't be a fool." 6norted the old gentleman. A Master of Fiction. "Beg pardon, but Noah must have "What Is Dobblelgh's general reputa certainly used some kind of an ark tion. for veracity, Bildad?" asked act-with Hick-enlooper. Read The Courier -- ' Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. We Canfj3 urnish You The Adair JCountyNews and the Weekly Courier-Journ- al Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily light" Visit Our Big Establishment Warned. Engaged Man Love me? Why. she actually counts the kisses I give her. Cynical Friend That's bad. She may keep it up after your marriage. Bos ton Transcript One of Those Crazy Questions. "WelL great guns, Jones! I see you're wearing glasses. What for?" "For a sprained knee, yon darned fool! What do you suppose? Toledo -- or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- Hubbuch Bros. Weliendorff, Blade The trouble with most saa te that they want to be ,at bat all tke time aad are never willing to Co aaj fM-!- ; Cmfcage, Reeeri-BeraML; " 1 -- ' Another Treuble. Louisville, Kentucky. .' i pany, Louisville) Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this per NOT to the Courier JoummJ. I ' K' ; V- "t ;,-- V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WE SHOULD GROW MORE RYE. HUSTLING IN THE PEAS. Stubborn Case under the treatment of two doctors' writes Mrt. R. L. PhiHips, of Indian Valley, Va., Aand they my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." pro-floun- ctd It Makas Finest Bread In All the World. "I was Eye Is a grain that seems to have been neglected by the American farmer. We grow only about 24,000,000 bushels a year, while Russia raises nearly 700,000.000 bushels. It is the finest thing known to be grown for green manuring on lands deficient in humus. It contains more f arm and BOOKSHELF FOR (jarden MOTHER. Progressive Farms the Traction Engine Hauls Them to the Cannery. Not the smallest part of the labor connected with raising peas for the cannery is getting the crop to the factory. The ordinary way. of course, is the wagon. But where great quantities are canned peas are shipped dl- On $ For Sale: One 3tx year old combined Red Bird horse. Would trad for cattle. Call on The News. THE 'r -t ' V?.1 " '1 - TAKE The Woman'sTonic Any Boy Handy at Carpentering Can Do It and Wait For Christmas. In almost every household there Is some one who Is handy with tools, says the American Agriculturist To prove its assertion it prints the following story by James B. Duncan and a picture that shows the result of LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 painstaking effort hold, and the youngster who is clever enough to gather in some nice bits of pine wood and then tackle the tool box in the barn will be sure to have something extra from mother in his Christmas stocking. Here are the rules to follow: In the use of all edge tools, if you would avoid cracks and splitting, be patient and do not attempt to remove wood too rapidly, although the tools should be always kept with perfectly sharp edges. There is much marking out to do, and as this must be accurately done a good sharp pencil should always be at hand. In sandpapering it is best to wrap the paper around a block, as the result is more uniform than when the paper is supported by the hand alone. The three shelves, which are identi-- 4 cal in every particular, should be smoothly finished, giving particular attention to the ends, as these are visible through the side strips. In or- der to fit around the four corners of the uprights, the four corners of these must be notched out These uprights, after having been cut to length. smoothly finished and the corners rubbed down very lightly with sandpaper, should have the location of the shelves marked on them and then have the holes bored for the screws. TTrnm hnlf Inph wood enfc out four brackets of such a length as to fit closely between the two uprights of each end. Six little side strips, measby one inch, are reuring quired, which should be flat on top and pointed at their ends. In assembling make a hole in the corner of each shelf and carefully try one-fourt- h If you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed A bookcase large enough to bold 100 books is an adornment to any house- BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER JOT HIDE FOR PEA VINES. THEJtEGULAX PRICE OF of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. years.-Thousand- s rect to the factory located at a convenient point The picture above gives an idea of how the traction engine, which on some farms stands idle most of the year, can be put to good use as an auxiliary in the work of moving vines. un-hulle"i".-I"I"- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Wrtte to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooia Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Ten., book. Home Tf eitroent for Women." sent free. J 52 for SBtdal Instructions, and ce IS If YOU d $5.00 A YEAR. ORDEV .T WILL SEND YOUR TO US, YOU CAN GET I I 5H , S, SDunbar BUILDING. RING Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-- 1 ' 1 JL JL J. T i Bentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Dr. James Triplet! Dentist. ! T ! JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCK1 it X j j-' COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY X J. i Take your oldest son into part- JL nership with you and let some of the responsibility of managing the farm fall upon his shoulT ders. This will please him, and if he is an ambitious, industrious boy he will accelerate his interest and pride in the work of the farm. But do not forget that partnership means that your son is to share the profits as well as the responsibility, Without the profits his interest will hardly increase. I I M"H' I HK-MASSAGE YOUR I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES HER RYE BUEAI) WIMi BE JUST AS PKK1TT. XSa3e9!X5S s WEEKLY GOURIER -- JOURNAL HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL protein than wheat and Its health or "fuel value" Is nearly twelve calories per pound. The black bread or "pumpernickel" of Germany is made from it, and It is recognized as the finest army ration in the world. Rye is often affected by ergot and is said to be harmful to animals, but the fact that man has used it for centuries with no evil result seems to be proof that the grain is wholesome. At any rate, it is, when properly milled and baked, the foundation of the finest food, especially for children, that can be imagined. CROPS. J j ' rv f r1 ENQ n I - i ' J I ; strives. FRONT i I ! !!! I I i A REAL RAT TRAP. 4. AND: THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTli ONE YEAR NEWS For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. A neighbor of mine placed an iron kettle partly full of bran, buckwheat and meat scraps, with a board approach convenient for the rats to walk up to the kettle until they were accustomed to feed there. Then the contents were removed and the kettle was filled to about the same depth with water, with a little bran sprinkled over for a blind. Fifteen rats were found in the kettle the next morning. If any escaped they left the barn in a hurry. Farm Journal. .TjiT.,TmThTi,Ti-- i i 4- JL. I - ifcj pian a rtts I n II I Iff llw'MI i ' 1 Experiments Abroad Show That Plants Love Electricity. BOTH ONE YEAR There is a field of wheat near Evesham which is like no other field of wheat in England, says the London Graphic. Up north, at Balmakewan. how- ever, there is a field of oats which THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is looks verv much like it. On both these fields there are rows of rough tele - the best afternoon paper primed graph poles, about seventy yards apart and some hundred yard3 between the j anywhere. rows. Has the best corps of corres On the top of each pole is an in-- I sulator ten times the size of those seen on ordinary telegraph poles. The in pondents. sulators carry the usual telegraph Covers the Kentucky field per- wire, and extended between the rows there are strands of thin wire, fasten- fani-U- ' ed to the telegraph wire, about ten FOR ONLY $4.50. I yards apart. Covers the general Very soon there will be a difference, perfectly visible to the passerby, be- completely. tween the part of the crop which Is below the wires and the part which is Has the best and fulle3t marnot. The difference is due to discurious charges of electricity from the network. It 's connected to a wire kets reports. which runs to a little shed and from DEMOCRATIC in politics, but that shed to a dynamo at the farm. But it is what happens in the little shed that matters. The current from j ajr j.Q everybody. news field tension and rectified by Sir Oliver Lodge's welt known valves. They look SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP rather like glass fire extinguishers, and they glow in various tints. TION RIGHT AWAY miles of There are about twenty-on- e wirp on the induction coil. Althouch it is easy to produce inthe shed the j TQ mrrjg PAPER not to The ( K Orchard and Garden. Thin fruit trees if they need it; this is a better paying method than propping branches. Placing a small heap of rich stable manure around the base of each tree in the young orchard will prove to be a little time and labor well spent It is a fine plan to have the materials always on hand for making mixture and then to mix up a spray and use it when you have a spare hour. If trees need water pull the soil away from around the roots, give each tree a pailful and after it soaks In replace the earth. No use to apply water to the surface of the ground around the tree. It you observe that the shoots on your rrees grow only five or six inches t'very year you may know that the oil needs to be enriched. The growth ought to be from fifteen to thirty inches every season. Tent caterpillars are bad pests when they get on some of your pet trees. "atoh out for them and xwhen seen torch. A kerosene mini them with rag wrapped around the end soaked of a pole will do for a torch. Cultivate the spring set strawberry Keep the bed regularly and often. soil loose and mellow and let no weeds get a foothold. After enough runners have rooted cut off surplus ones the same as if. they .were weeds. If your apple trees are affected with scab be sure to spray with the boiled lime sulphur mixture just before the buds burst, and always before a rain, because the spores of blight can be carried by the wind to other trees. Place a two pound paper bag over each bunch of grapes when the fruit Is the size of small shot. This protects the grapes from insect and bird Injury and insures extra choice clusters. Fasten the mouth of the bag close about each stem with a pin or wire or string. When picking blackberries get them out of the sun as soon as possible or they'll turn red in spots and not be Hurry them into the so salable. crates and then into a cool cellar until time for shipping or selling. Fill the boxes full and pack neatly in clean packages. If you want a fancy price make the crates look attractive. bor-ripnii- A PRESENT ANY BOY CAN MAKE FOR MOTHER. Daily iCourier-Journa- l, Yr Yr $6.00 ' j x SundayCGourier-Journa- l, $2.00 . I We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. )aS)S Pickett iTobacco k Ik Sa Warehouse I the screws so as to make sure that they will not split the shelf when driven home. Place the brackets In position and secure them by 'glue and a small wire nail at two of the corners. In attaching the side strips use nails with large ornamental heads in the desired finish. To conceal the beads of the screws in front similar nails should be driven iu as close to the screws as possible and directly above them. If preferred wooden buttons may be set over the head of each screw and held by means of glue. In order to hang these shelves a small hole should be bored in the upper ends of each of the back iinrichts. These shelves require the following pieces of dressed lumber: The shelves. three pieces 1 by 9 by 37; back uprights, two pieces 1 by 2 by 33; front uprights, two pieces 1 by 2 by 24: side strips, sii pieces y4 by 1 by 24. C. INDEPENDENT A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Four Months Storage Free Corner Eighth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky. W.G. BRIDGES ch as. a. bridges Judson Harmon, of Ohio, have . .1.AA1tr sftswrvstrttAsi 4 onnolr ir t ii a n It is oeiievea mat me- - aireau wukiugu ? rrparv's majority will be some the state this year. It will be a P?V' thing like thirty thousand;arous- - j great inspiration to the Demo-f- f. present to have men of such ability ed, not only for the also for 1912. V campaign but to speak for them in this state Bryan.of this year. Such men as William J. A Nebraska; Woodrow Wilson, of Democratic acace camThe New Jersey; John Sharp Willpaign Committee has invited iams, of Mississippi; Henry D. some very earnes t speakers to Kentucky this vear Clayton, of Alabama, arid Gov. into rxrhnnn thUlffS UP IOr iVIC a- - I v j y tft ,3 with wireless telegraphy, nothing or- - Louisville Times. dinarily happens but a slight sizzling j and a much greater generation of ozone than is pleasant Escaped wilU Kis Life. The field wires are kept running at Twento-on- e years ago I faced anaw- the high tension of 100,000 volts. , barehead- Walking below the network rUp H o Martim. Port ' ed one feels a sensation as if brush Harrelson, S. C. "Doctots said I had ing against spider webs. - consumption and the dreadful cough I For five years now this "crop shock?!, had looked like it, sure enough. I tried i lUf irauu ftrruia iu u.i c utcu iu at in - everything,! .iJu,.Ammifnn(rh i the case of wheat at Evesham crease In crop of from 23 to 60 per and was under the treatment or tne best cent Last year the increase was not S. C. for a vear in fiorcrpi-nwnmore than 23 per cent, but the electric tu discharges had been much weaker than but could get no . . . 'm previous years. At Mimanewan me to try , Dr. King's ew discovery, ' there has been a marked difference in comnletelv cured. I fee. Experiments have also been conduct- - j that I own my life to this great throat ed with strawberries and tomatoes at and lung cure. "Its positively guarantees Evesham, again with eucouraging re-- 1 ts couen3 Colds, and all bronchial as to yield. One year the elec- bottle free & trifled strawberries were found to be fections. 50c 31.00 Trial Pickings. Poultry much sweeter than usual. at Paull Drug Co. , Any one who has a dynamo or ac-Eggs should be graded and the small cess to an electric cable could begin Remember that the Columbia Fair and ill shaped used for cooking pur- experiments In electrification on be-- 1 will open August 22, and will continue poses. None but the brightest and best tween five and ten acres at an expendishould be placed upon the market or ture of about $."00. To deal with sixty four days. used for incubation. acres the expenditure would be about Pigeons are becoming more popular $1,000. Apparently what electriflca- - j and game birds are getting scarce. tion does is to give the plants a kind Very Serious Pigeons require very little attention of electrical massage. That was Sir when preparations are made fortheia. Oliver Lodge's phrase. The discharges It is a very ssrious matter to ask Squab raising is profitable when fol- are not needed on fine, sunny days, for one medicine and have the ' lowed intelligently. Why not try a but in dull weather they take the place wrong one given you. For this few pigeons? j of sunshine. reason we urge you in buying to Great care is necessary in collecting Of course the whole problem of the be careful to get the genuine eggs intended for incubation. The nutrition of plants is obscure. It Is always know the perfectly clear that this discharge of' poultryman should parents of the offspring, and for this high tension electricity has done some- BLAck-drTugHT reason a record should be kept of both thing to the crops treated, but what ' hens and cockerel. This is the only exactly Is In some doubt. Medicine way to breed gbod fowls. So far there is no evidence of shockpoultry keeping tend to ed plants suffering from premature Beginners at The reputation of this old, relia overfeed their chickens during the wi- exhaustion due to overwork. Indeed, ble medicine, for constipation, inntertoo much grain and too little ani- there is some reason for believing that i digestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate mal food and green food. Fowls re- the effect of electrification is to give . other medicines. It is better than quire each of these three kinds of food the plant tone and go. others, or it would not be the faall the year round In order to keep in An American worker has shown that vorite liver powder, with a larger vigorous health, and if they are over- electrical discharges help the sale than all others combined. fed or underfed with either one there of the soil, so electrification SOU) IN TOWN F2 Is apt to be a loss In vitality that shows asybe doing something In that direr--, egg production. itself in diminished j don too. , i j ! iDhalULn5 I ; j ! ....! rj.fr . .,,,..,. ? af-sul- i I liver micro-onranls- r ftr r -V w 1; 'J- i r ? ft- - v ..-- .- it . . ljJt & af, f 1 -- , 4'' 1- -- - -- j!"5.J 1 if' - 8 Gradyville. tHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ella. Burton were married at Richard have been for years, and this af- - Keutuckians as just as brave, Vester. Burton's in Adair county, July fects the cotton mill industry, but not more so. No region has This is by no means statewide; all the good water, religion and The surprise dinner that was Mr. Oliver Hadley and Miss Mr. P. H. Keltner was the 27, 1911, Eld. James Burton to have sweet, potatoes and first for the eastern division is having bravery, and nothing but igno- given to Mr. S. L. Williams last Ocie Burton were united in marpie in his section, this seapeach Saturday was largely attended. riage last Thursday," July Well we have had a good rain plenty of rain, and crop pros rance makes such claims. the son. pects are very flattering. For a In 1861 the South was going to There were about 65 present. 27th. We wish them a long and this week, which was so badly We had several nice showers needed. long time Raleigh was threaten- end the war in thirty days. One Mr. Bud Abrell was here last happy life. May they prosper last week that revived our growed with a water famine; but con Southern man could whip ten Friday looking after cattle. and do well, is our wish. Wallie Cook is visiting in crops. ing ditions there have been relieved. Yankees; but history records a Mr. J. B. Abrell sold a calf to y this week. singing at Bear The Now Charlotte, the largest and different verdict. I reverently Mr. Whited for $13. We understand there are a Wallow was quite a success. Miss Mallie Selby is on the few cases of diptheria in this sick list. Mallie is in bad best city in the State, has water believe that no men ever showed Mr. Edd Avers, Coburg, was Mr. Sam Williams and daughtfamine, and Muklenburg county greater heroism; and no better visiting section. his sister, Mrs. Ella Pike er, Etwall, Misses Lizzie Abrell, health. is distressingly dry. This coun- general ever led legions to battle Uncle Thomas Grady, one of George Ann and Fannie Neat, last week. Miss Bertha Hadley, of Creels-bor- ty failed on Irish potatoes, while than the Christian Cavalier-Rob- ert our oldest citizens, is confined to all took dinner with Misses Lena is visiting here at Thomas gardens, generally, are very E. Lee; but valor on the The little son of Mr. G. F. his room at this time. and Malindia Dooley, last SunHadley's for a few days. poor. Southern side proves valor in the Pikes happened to a bad accident day. Mallie Moss, Misses Ora and Mrs. Sarah Ann Blair, of Glen-villI am pained to learn of the North. The way for people to one day last week. A horse of Columbia, after a few days Mr. V. B. Smythe, wife and kicked him and cut a place in'his is here with her brother visit to relatives in this city, re- and old home friends, for a few death of Mrs. Elizabeth Pyle, understand problems is to study face. children were visiting Mrs. S. J . for she was one of my neighbors them. Had rank and file of home this morning. turned Dooley form Friday until Sunweeks stay. of long ago, and an excellent Southern people known characMiss Etwal Williams andJLizzie Dr. J. H. Grady, of Columbia, day. Mrs. Bill Cook is in the Mont- - Christian lady. teristics and resources of the Abrell were visiting Miss"'Malin-d- a week by was here the first of the Misses Minnie, Bertha and Ef-fi- e Ipelier neighborhood, for a few The reflection that so many North, they would not have and Lena Dooley last'Sunday. the bedside of his brother. Shepherd were the guests of days at her old home, and among people front Adair county have claimed they could whip ten Mr. S. L. Williams and daught- Misses Lena and Liza Dooley, Leonard Walker and Rufus her many friends. migrated to other states, awakes each. er, Miss Etwal, and Miss Lizzie Pulliam, of Nell, were in our Brothers Edward Aaron and certain reflections. Of course I Had the North known the Abrell attended the singing fat last Tuesday night. midst one day last week. Mrs. Sillar A. Burton was James McKinley are at White love Kentucky as my native state, bravery of the Southern Cav- Bear Wallow last Sunday. Jame3 Gilpin, Sparksville, was Oak this week in a big meeting. and look back to its scenes and alier, the claim would not have quite ill a few days of last week. Mr. J. B. Files and wife were but has about rec0Vered now. with us one day last week, and I pray God to give them good associations with fond memories. been made, "They are only bluffreport the growing crops looking success in their meeting. When I was a boy one class there ing." I have never been any visiting at J. B. Abrell'si last Misses Malindia Dooley was Sunday. well in his section. the pleasant guest of Mrs. Kate Born to the wife of Melvin always wanted to leave and get where I didn't find brave, intelH. A. Walker, of Columbia, Warner, a girl, last Sunday. The school at this placets get- Sutton, Tuesday. rid of hills, hollows and rocks. ligent and religious people; nor days of last ting along fine with a good atwas here a few Miss Oma Whited was visiting Mr. Bill Price is thought to be These were generally people of I never expect to find all these toweek, looking after prizing tendancea restless energy, and the mate- virtues in one state or section. at Mr. Joe Green Burton's, last some better this week. Bill is a bacco. rial of which pioneers are made. Melvin L. White Lizzie Abrell was visiting at Sunday. sick man. C. L. & C. 0. Keltner, are These went to Texas, Kansas, IlMis Etwal Williams' lastweek. Miss Mamie Smith was visit- Born, to the wife of Allen Helm. linois, Nebraska and other places disposing of their personal propAaron, August the 3rd, a son. There will be an all day singing S Mrs- - ?osa Curry: Saturday erty, preparatory to going to the where land was cheap and ferand Sunday. Mother and boy doing very well. The open air gospel services, at Little Cake church the third tile. Lone Star State. Sunday in August. Mr. and Mrs. Jamey Bryant Leslie Murphy will move to Another class whose fathers, on the bank of the river at this Messrs. J. A. Diddle and W. Thomas Hadley's in a few days. grandfathers, Mrs. Ella Pike was visiting at were visiting their parents, Mr. had been natives place conducted by Rev. Thomas L. Winters left for New York and Mrs. Frank Shepherd, last to the soil, were very fearful of Hadley, of Esto, and Rev. S.B. J. B. Abrell's last week. City and several other places one Beck's Store. Sunday. leaving Kentucky. They had Perkins, of Sunshine, on the fifth Mr. Oscar Hardwick and wife, day last week. They expect to Mrs. Octavia Cole spent SunNews scarce in this vicinity, been taught that the "Gawspel" Sunday in July, was attended whose home is in'Ind., are here be gone about fifteen days. day with Mr. and Mrs. Charley but health very good. was preached no where else, and by about 400 people. The crowd on a visit. THe excitement is getting high Burress. The school at Jones Chapel is that pure water was confined to would hove been larger had it in most of our school districts Mrs. Etta Burton spent last progressing nicely under the Kentucky. This latter class pre- - not been for threatening weather Crocus. over the coming school election Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. S. management of Prof. Evin i dominates in this section of and the meassles scare in the who they shall elect for school Farmers in this section are J. Dooley. Thurman. North Carolina. Families who neighborhood. .trustee. It appears that great good has have been here ever since the However those who attended completing their wheat threshing Mrs. Evelyn Smilev was the Mrs. Genie Nell and Miss MagtJ J cms, wcck. vry goou yiaiu isiguest 0f her sister, Mrs. S. J. been produced from the great re- Revolution, imagine it a great seemed to greatly enjoy the gie Bragg returned from EdmonDooley, last Wednesday. be- privilege to be "bawn here." of the sermons preach- reported. ton last week, where they spent vival at West Fork, which is ing conducted by Rev. L. T. They remind you of the good ed were very interesting and in- - Mr. Vander Collins who has a Mr. Chester Dooley was visit- several days visiting relatives. water and ''gawspel,' ' and, fur- structive. We extend our thanks position as clerk in a store at ing his grand father, at Camo- Wells with others assisting. We understand that on last Mr. J. P. Winfrey after a ther, of the fact that "Nawth to the speakers. There was Cairpbellsville, is visiting his bellsville, last Tuesday night. Saturday the Methodist and Bap- Keroliner" is so healthy. While plenty of dinner on the ground. parents, Mr. and Mrs- - G. N. Mrs. Mildred Burton, who tist brethren arranged to build a three months stay in Cumber- tne water here is cold, freestone Collins, county, returned to his! We had a fine rain here the 2nd lived near this place, died last church in the cemmunity near land water ana never tailing; like all inst. The Irish potato crops Mon-- i Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Loy of Tuesday night about 11 o'clock. this place. Mr. J. H. Smith do- home in Jamestown, last other surface water, it is often are light here this time. n to a great Greensburg, visited the family of She was nated the land for said building. day. imPure and carries the germs of many people in- this vicinity. Misses Ida Baker and Lizzie 0. B. Smith sold a crib of corn Mr. J. N. Vaughan last week. The church will be named Smith death arid dissease. Tyhoid fe- to Rowe& Stephenson, at 50 cts. , Brack Cain boughfc cattle in All who knew her will regret to Chapel, and used by both denom- Cheek were the guests of Bobbie learn of her death. She lingered Traylor, last Saturday night and ver is very prevalent here, as per bushel, s inations. tm-neighborhood last week as well as in Kentucky; and health Sunday. Barnes and Bennett, have followes; Two of J. P. Aaron for for several months, and for a We are glad to welcome Mr. experts tell us that flies and imgood many years had been a de-Finis Strange and his family in The protracted meeting closed pure water are potent factors in bought a good many sheep around $25; one of Owen Antle for $18; voted Christian. She leaves a here at $2. and $3. per.head. our communitv. We are certain- at Sugar Grove church last Tues- spreading this scourge. one of J. H. Aaron for $6.50; two husband and two children. We J. B. Hadley, found a pearl 0f Frank Taylor for $25. ly glad to have them, and we day night, with good results, and As to "Gawspel," I remember all extend our heartfelt sympamust say here, that Mr. Strange the church greatly revived. Tuesday that he has been offered ColHns and Mr3 N thy to the bereaved family, some inflictions I suffered in Mrs Arch and The Winfrey Stave Co., is now Kentucky when a is one of the best school teachers $5.25 for there are being; T. Collins are each confined to;raayeach victim of igone prepare to meet in the county, as that has been working the timber recently norant, ranting exhorters whom several smau pearls found a ' rooms witn typnoia lever, her on heaven's bright shore. their fully demonstrated wherever he purchased from Rev. J. T. Lloyd. the Lord "had called;" round here. and I Our teachers are located as The funeral services wprp nt taught, and he is y teaching The Misses Cloyd, of Oklaho- have had some experience here. Mr.R.A. Ham and family, who follows; G.N. Aaron 'Sparksville; Bear Wallow church, after whicn one of the best schools in the ma, were visiting their aunt, Of course there were many learn- have been visiting Mr.Ham s it Elijah Vaughn, Coffey's school tne remains were laid to rest in .Big. Creek district, they have Mrs. P. S. Traylor, the first of ed, gifted and consecrated parents at Heightsville, for the house; Nell Miller at Barger's the Bear Wallow cemetery. 3iad for several years, and has a the week. preachers there; and there are past two weeks, returned home Ridge. very large attendance. The disKnifley. Mrs. Jane Leadbetter and many in North Carolina. last Saturday. They reported a Mr. G. W. Collins visited his trict ought to feel highly compl- daughter, who for many years Against such I never raise the nice trip. On the 19th of July Marion son vanaer, at uampoeusvuie imented in being so fortunate in have been in Indiana, are now at shaft of ridicule. Mr. Sylveter Hadley and wife i week. Rev. Deener will Bottoms was married to Ida securing this teacher. the home of her son, Mr. C. T. Another funny thing about of Glensfork, visited relatives reach at Mtf zion church on 4th Goodin. We must say right here on the Leadbetter, near this place. provincials in any state, is their and friends at this place last Sun Sunday in August. The dry weather continues and windup for this week that Rob Quite a number of the young belief in valor as a state institu- day and Monday. all crops need rain badly. With ert Grady, of color, who lives people of this community attend tion. I was taught by4 a certain Miss Tina Brockman, of Jopa, plenty of rain a heavy corn crop something like one mile from ed Big Land Sale. church at Sugar Grove, last class though I never became a visited her sister, Maud Coe, at will be harvested this fall. Tothis place, and it has been ad- Tuesday night. proselyte that any where in the this place last Saturday and Sun bacco will be short, not more mitted by all of the farmers that world people stood in mortal day, fylr. P.E. Helm and wife, On Saturday, August 26, 1911 Lattimore, N. C. H TI he is one of the bes6 in the coun.1 Ifl, dread of a Kentuckian. I ear- of Denmark, were visiting his,at tne nome OI J.1 ,a.ie Jonnmnt than forty per cent, of a full ine ty, has y the finest crop of nestly believe that Kentuckian s mother and family, at this place Wilson lying i z mnes soutn oi crop. July 30th, 1911. sugar cane in Adair county con-- . Gradyville, 6n Big Creek, in Mr. J. B. Dry, with Lewis stand high in bravery; but it has last Saturday and Sunday. Editor News: Adair county, Ky. Farm con- Wald & Co-- , was to see our sisting of about one and a s I am rather undecided as to never been made unanimous. sists of 254 acres of land includThis cane in now last week, and sold them Thirty Years Together. where to direct this letter, for it Ever since I have been here, I ing a body of valuable merchantready for the mill. The about a nice bill of goods. years of association think of seems most of Adair county cit - !hear the same thing of North Thirty the merit of a good thing, able poplar, oak, ash, walnut, How it patch has been estimated to izenship The Kentucky single tree and is located in Oklahoma, Carolina. To hear an old, be stands out in that tirae-- the worthless-nes- s beech and hickery timber. Also make over two hundred gallons of softer woods, spoke Co., have moved their of a bad one So there is no guess- a large quantity the land of opportunity. How- whiskered Tarheel talk, you certainly work in this evidence of Thos. Ariss, Plenty of good running water, of sorghum, and Robert ever,' enough remain to report would think that in every battle Concord. Mich , who writes: "I have splendid modern dwelling, finest mill from this place to MaGaha. knows exactly how to make them the Three hun- used Dr. King's'New Discovery for 30 well in Adair, within ten "steps Mr. J. W. Jpnes and family fine rains for the last few days; they This is the same Bob that cold best cough and and, hence, a good prospect for dred at Thermopolye. I have al- years, everits the"Once it finds and entrance of the door. All cleared land in visited A.C.sWheelerand used. cure I jmade'thafc'thirteen cents a pound so heard same kind of claims in in a home you can't pry it out. Many high state of cultivation. Will ' crops. ..'? tobacco year before last. Virginia, Alabama, Geojrgia, families have used it forty years. It's be sold on the premises "to" the No. rain has fallen v here for e South Carolina and Tennessee. the most infallible throat and lung . highest bidder upon .a creditor : ..Mrs.Brlngrauni of Colum r,', O'jt.L two .weeks, and the season has on earth. Unequaled for lagrippe, six months. - Land and - timberr bia, smd.Mrs. J. CrGbte, ofthis-place- , Kowes A Koaos. North Carblina did give "a good i: "IP or'sore l rtt been remarkaply fdry. The .riv- account of herself from ' &lama-ne- e asthma, r are on an extended visit to together and separately. lungs. Price 50t $1.00. Trial bottle free. sold and creeks . are lowest they to Appomattox; but I'll stake Guaranteedby Paull Drug Co. , , O. D. WILSON, Admr. 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