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F Staples residence, including it, county died Jan. 29, 1912 She would Orders:-Reg- ular term February thence a straight line to where the Mr. P. H. Bridgwater, One of have been 42 years old her next birth Bakerton and Brush creek road inter day. Her husband was a native of 5, 1912 Adair's Best Known Citizens sects' the Columbia and Burksville Metcalfe Co.. but has been a citizen of road, thence with said Columbia and Green county for a number of years Crosses the River. Burksville road, to tne beginning. They were married Nov. 20th, 1889. At a regular term of the Adair There were born to this union three N. H Moss Judge. sons and one daughter, all living and County Court begun and held at'the Adair County'Courfr THE FUNERAL SERVICES LARGELY ATTENDED. in Columbia, Ky , on Feb- - J A Copy. all at home Her maiden name was Court-hous- e Owens, a d her father is living, and is ruary 6, 1812. Present, Hon. N. 'H. Attest: Walker Bryant, Clerk, now making his home in Texas Mrs Moss, Judge. By L. O. Taylor, D C. The death'of Mr. P. H. Bridgwater, This day came W. H. Wilson, sheriff Thompson had five sisters and three who was one of the best known citizens of the election in East Columbia pre in Adair county, did not reach this brothers, one of whom preceeded her Quarterly Meetings. cinct at the regular November election, office until last Tuesday night, after to the better land. She made profession of faith when in 1911, and produced his report showing our paper had been printed for that that at said election in said precinct Greensburg, Earley Feb 10-week, though several from Cane Valley her girl hood days and united with the there was cast more than 350 votes It Greensburg Circuit, Poplar Gr. Feb. were in town Monday, and we have two Cumberland Presbyterian church, and is therefore order d and adjuded by the 12-j correspondents at that place. The end lived a consistent christian life to her that Justice District No., Campbellsville Sta. Feb. 8. came Saturday before and the inter- death. Her death was unexpected and Court County in which East Columbia was a great shock to the family and Adair 9 Campbellsville Circuit, Asberry ment was on Sunday friends. She had been sick for several voting precinct is situated, be divided The deceased was seventy-seve- n Mannsville, Circuit, Merrimac Feb. years old and was born and reared at days bnt not thought to be serious, she into three voting precincts instead of two voting precincts as was provided 5. Cane Valley, being a son of Jack Bridg- suffered with some head trouble, and was up just a little while before she by order of this Court at its June term Casey Creek, Pint Grove Feb 16. water. died, and when she requested them to 1907, and that so much of said order as 5. Columbia Feb The deceased made a profession of lay her down, and when she was plac- is in conflict herewith is now set aside. Feb. 27-- 2S Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel his faith in Christ and united with the on the bed she seemed to drop off in It is adjudged that Precinct No ,1 shall Christian Church many years ago. He ed be known as West Columbia, Precinct 'radyville, Pickett's Chapel Mch. 2 3. Was consistent and gave liberaliy of his a restful sleep at once, but when they Nor, 2 shall be known as East olumbia, noticed her she was gasping for breath, W. F. Hogard. means to the Gospel. and when her husband raised her up and Precinct No , 15 shall be known as The father of the deceased was a man South Columbia Mrs. Ellen Cave Dead. in fine circumstances and young Bridg- she died in a few seconds. The funeral The boundary of West Columbia pre water was given a liberal education and services were conducted at the residence cinct No , 1 shall be as follows: by the writer in the presence of a large was an excellent business man. The subject of this notice died in the Beginning at a point in the Columbia gathering of neighbors and friends and He will be greatly missed, not only by Cane Valley section last Saturday and and CampDellsvilie Turnpike road where his children, but the entire neighbor- relatives. Her remains were laid to rest near the home. May the Lord Pelham branch crosses said road, thence the interment was Sunday. Mrs Caves hood His wife died about right years of Mr Lee Far-ridown and with said branch to where the was the mother-in-laago. Besides his children, he leaves bless and comfort the bereaved hus Perry Hancock spring branch empties and she was about seventy six years two sisters, Mrs U. L. Taylor, of this band and children and all those that are into same, thence a straight line to the old. She died with diseases incident to place and Mrs. A K. Russell, of Louis-yill- e. near and dear to her is my prayer. Mortimer Cundiff dwelling house, in old age. She was a good woman, and Z T. Williams. c uding it, thence a straight line to the many friends attended the funeral. The funeral services were conducted She was the widow of Wm Cave, Cravens spring, on the Columbia and by Eld Z T Williams in the presence The Picture Show. who died several years ago. Greensburg road, thence with said load of a large concourse of relatives and The Parlor Circle is a delightful place to the Joshua Hatcher dwelling house, friends. Mrs Mary Jan Burton, who was the to spend an hour or two before retir- including it. thence a straight line to ing. The show was started last Thurs where Petits ford creek empties into wife of Richard Burton, died in the Biography Russell creek, thence a straight line to Little Cake precinct last Sunday night. Patrick Henry Bridgwater, who De- daj night, the hall being filled to its ut- the Mathew Leach dwelling house, in- She was fortv years old, member of the parted this life on Saturday Feb 3th. most capacity. The pictures were good cluding it thence a straight line to the U. B church. was a victim of h 1912, was born in Cane Valley Adair and the machine worked perfectly. The Burrell Nunn dwelling house, excluding consumption. She leave, besides her county, Kentucky, on October 16th few stops made the first evening were it, thence straight a line to the James husdand, two children, a son and daughunavoidable, as the film in one of the 1834. W. Flowers dwelling house, excluding ter. He was reared upon the farm but reels was in two or three parts. Hereit, thence a straight line to Butlers when quite a young man he engaged in after the nMms will be examined before Sam Mitchell will sell some valuable the Mercantile business at Cane Valley, starting. The music, piano, cornet and fork creek, at its nearest point, thence up and with Butlers fork creek, to the property at his home next Tuesday. Do giving the place its name by haying a tenor drum rendered each evening, is J. W Patteson dwelling house, includ- not fail to attend e established and he being the delightful The hall will be open Thurs first Post Master After several years day and Saturday night. Two shows will ing it. thence a straight line to th Dr W Mr. H. B. Ingram, purchased of Mr. of a successful business he sold out be given Saturday night one to com ing T. Grisspm dwelling house, includ it, thence up and with said Butlers J. W. Forth, last week, the property and bought a fine farm 2 miles north of mence at 7 o'clock the other at 8:30. fork, to the W C. Turk sp ing branch, back of the Baptist church, known as Cane Valley where he lived and died. We Do you know that more real danger thence up said branch to where same the Terpen residence, for $1,300 He died as he had livt-- a devout crosses the Greensburg and Burksville understand that Mr. Ingram will occupy christian and an honorable life He lurks in a common cold than in any road, thence with said road to where it it. was known far and near for honest other of the minor ailments? The sate road, running between principles and integrity and was never way is to take Chamberlain's Cough intersects the the lands of John Moran and C. C. Hen-soA thourghbred Short Horn bull calf known to deviate from them In early Remedy, a thoroughly reliable preparathpnee with the road running be- for sale life he was married to Miss Nancy J. tion and rid yourself of ihe cold as W. T. Dohonney. Bailey and'unto this union ten children quickly as possible This remedy is for tween said lands to where it intersects 14-the Columbia and Burksville road, were born, seven who survive him, his sale by Paull Drug Co. thence with said road to the west door wife having died some 8 years ago. Of of the Court house in Columbia, thence The electric light plant, Campbellsthe seven children living are four boys Mr. Silas Denney has two children with the Columbia and Campbellsville ville, which belonged to a company, was and three girls all of whom are high-tone- d who are quite sick. turnpike road to the beginning. sold to the highest bidder last week. Patriarchs and are among the The boundary of East Columbia pre Smith and Kencort, local men, were best citizens of Adair county His If you want to keep posted during 2 shall be as follows: the successful bidders, $6,000. funeral was conducted by Bro. Z T. the year 1912, subscribe for the Daily cinct Noj Beginning: at the east door of the Williams and ouried at his late home i Counea-Journa- l. The price of the C.J. Court house in Columbia, running near Cane Valley. Friend. is $6 00 a year, but if you will send your thence with the Columbia and Camp- MR. JO M. TURNER DEAD Campbellsville. Ky. subscription to The News office, we will bellsville turnpike road to where Pel-hafurnish the Daily Courier-Journnd branch crosses said road, thence a our paper one year each for $4.00. This straight line point wnere the Casey The End Came at His Late Home ACCIDENTALLV KILLED. offer is good during January and creek and Columbia road intersects a Few Miles From Cane February. the Columbia and Springfield, road at a white oak, thence a straight line to Valley. and excluding James Butler's residence, T. W. Montgomery, a Young Man. SALT FOR SALE. thence to and excluding the Ben Grant Twenty-Tw- o About Years Old. residence, thence to and excluding the I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, GOOD CITIZEN. Newbold residence, thence to and in- AN INDUSTRIOUS Suddenly Meets Death. which cost only 15 cents more than th'e cluding W. II Bennett's residence, 5J bushel barrel which you buy elsethence to and including Clem Burton, 33-where. Sam Lewis. Last Friday evening about 6 o'clock, thence to Dooley's store, thence a IN EASTERN PORTION LIVED OF COUNTY. n Mr. Jo M. Turner, who was straight line to Frank Burton's excludto a great many people in Adair CounMr. Allen Walker. representing ing him. thence to and excluding Al Walker Bros and Walter, Gill & Co., Harmon, thence a straight line to Sul- - ty, died at his late home, near Cane Monday afternoon of last week the Dlace. was in Louisville last week. phur fork creek at its nearest point. Valley. subject of this notice suddenly met his this He was a very successful farmer, selling tobacco. He sold twenty hogs- -' thence down s id creek to where the God He was horseback, the travel heads for the first named firm. one of lVlCbCOtt spring branch empties into and had many friends in the neighborbeing dangerous on account of ice in the ing $20.0J per hundred, and same, thence a straight line to the hood where he died. He was about In going down an incline the them brinif road one $19.03 per hundred. He sold twen Mrs Hester White dwelling house, ex fifty five years old, and had been a conanimal fell, killing the young man t hogsheads for Walker, Gill & Co., eluding it, thence a straight line to the sistent church member for a number of The deceased was a son of Mr. T W realizing good prices. dwelling house of J. W. Morris, includ- - years. Montgomery, who was born and reared The deceased was born and reared in ing it, thence a straight line to where in Columbia, and had a large circle of .Russell county, if we are correctly inLast Sunday afternoon the dwelling! Glensfork creek empties into Russell friends. His funeral was attended by of Mr Charles Mitchell, near Milltown, creek, thence a straight line to the res-- , formed, removing to Adair county every body in the neighborhood. The was destroyed by fire vith near y its idence now occupied by Olie Conover about thirty years ago. When he first mother of the young man was a Miss excluding it, thence a straight line to came to this county he located a mile Bradshaw, a sister of the late Timoleon entire contents Mr and Mrs. Mitchell were vihiting in Green county and the where the lane leading to the Scott West of Colurtbia, hence he was known Bradsnaw, who died in this place eight fire was discovered byj neighbor It j Conover place intersects the Columbia to the people of Columbia his trading or nine years ago is believed that it Originated from fire and Jamestown road, thence with said point at that time. The funeral services wer- - corducted and ashes left in a oox As we under- -' rad to the beginning, Mr. C C. Holt, who has been the stand no insurance was iu' force ' The boundaries of South Columbia last Saturday, a large circle of relrepresentative of the Singer Sewing voting precinct No , 15 shall be as atives and friends being in attendance The News extends its sympathy to Machine Company for the last four In district No 4 Mr L C. England's follows: years stated to a news man, that he land is advertised for sale for taxes. the surviving wife and children Beginning at the east door of the was now closing business in this sec- It is a mistake and shou d not have ap Court house in Columbia, running tion, and will try the realities of farm peared. He paid his taxes in NovemOur Russell county friends are again life in his home county of Russell. Mr ber before the per cent went on This ! thence with the Columbia and James- town road to where the lane leading to reminded that a representative of The throughout this was an unententional mistake, the Holt is the Scott Conover place intersects said News will be in Jamestown the first section A business man of honor and name being overlooked in the list. road, thence a straight line to the res- two days of next week. He wants to He has placed many promptnss idence of Olie Conover, including it, see every patron of the papur and to be machines in homes where they were Mr ""Frank Sanders, one of- our good ji number id-- d and upon fair and honorable citizens of the, Fairplay section, fell a thence a straight line to where Glens i able to secure there are of new sub persons who fork empties into Russell creek, thence scribers. If t"flis I i e quit the employ ofYhe com- fmtr rlotrc 'JiTrt fJYirl fiot livtrl Vie laf- I up and ith Glenstork creek to where need jobwork, they should make it a pany of his own accord and his many law At . this , writing he is getting the road Jeading from the Columbia and point to see him. . ... uc friends in this section regret that he J,.uuk mucjr DUU euuic.y Creesburo road to R Hurt's store has ceased to mingle with us, we trust .houses crosses said creek, thence that success in fine yields of grain and Miss Kute B. Squires and Mrs H-Mr. J W. Forth bought a small farm with said road to the,west end of the grasses will result from his agricul-ture- d Wilson have formed a partnership, dividing the lands of Y E Hurt activities. from Ed Van Hoy, lying on the Colum- lane and will engage in the millinery busbia and Campbellsville pike, for $1250 and Louiza.Loy, thence a straight ling iness at Cane Valley. --Miss Squires will W Hurt's store house, thence a Do not fail to attend Sam Mitchell's Mr. Forth will remove to it in a short to R. straight line to R. W. Bi'd's dwelling visit the city markets the last of the r time. sale off Tuesday the 20th. month for the purchase of, goods. 11 END-O- A LONG LIFE. Obituary. house, excluding ADAIR COUNTY COURT it, thence a straight Large Quantity 'Of Lost. Fertilizer u ' PERSONAL Mr. J. T. Goodman, of Rowena, was here a day or two last week. He reMr. E O. Stone, is in Adair, this ;week. ported that a boat from Nashville unJohn Thurman, of Breeding, was loaded twelve hundred and fifty dollars here Monday. worth of fertilizer on the river banks Mr. E. B. Barger, is spending a few at Rowena one day recently, and that a rise in the river came submerging it days in Louisville. and eveiy sack was lost The fertilizer Miss Myrtle Myres, is spending this had been ordered by a business man, at week in Louisville. Mill Springs. Mr. Goodman was of Mr. A. G. Norris, of Louisville, was the opinion that the boat company will here a few day ago. have to pay the loss. 7f 13 17-1- Feb-18-1- 14-1- 24-2- the-support- w Miller & Miller, W. H. Wilson and Hugh Richardson have put up ice. --Mr. Tim Cravens, returned from Adding the amount thev have housed Tompkinsville, last Saturday. to the amount nut un bv Sanduskv Mr. H C. Hill, of Glasgow, traveling Bros , and S. D. Barbee aud more than salesman, was here last Friday. 600,000 pounds have been stored If Mr. Dan Curd, a well known travel- half of it keeps the town will be supplied through the summer. ing salesman, was here last week. Miss Cora Smith was taken quite ill There is no better medicine made for one day last week, but she has recovercolds than Chamberlain's Cough Remeed. dy. It; acts on nature's plan, relieves Mr. T. R. Stults, who is in business the lungs, opens the secretions, aids, at Lancaster, is at home for a few expectoration, and restores the system days. o a healthy condition. For sale by Paull Drug Co. .1 ones Mr. Cook is a victim of pneumonia, but he is getting along very nicely. For Sale Or Rent. Mr. D E. Hatcher and son, J. M. Hatcher traveling salesmen, were here Will sell or rent my farm of 70 acres, located miles north of Montpelier Ky. Sunday Write or call on me. Rev J R Crawford, was onthesick M. H. Murrah. . list a day or two of last week, confined Montpelier Ky. to his room. Mr. John Gad berry and wife, of Phil. Mr. John N. Conover, was on the Casey county, spent several days of Louisville market last week. He says last week in Columbia, the market was fairly nood and the toMr. G, R. Holt, manager for the bacco sold trom 5 00 to $S0 00 per Singer Sewing Machine Company, is hundred. here from Campbellsville. Mrs. Ed Sinclair has embarked in the grocery business, and is occupying the ill for the past week, but her condition store room vacated by Mr. henry In- gram. Sne cuh templates putting in milis oetter at this writing. linery later. Mr. J. A. Webb, of Webbs X Road who has-- daughter in Lindsey Wiison, For Sale One Oliver Chilled plow, came down last week to see her good as new. Ulis Garnetfc, of Cumberland County., Goff Bros., Columbia, Ky. passed through 'his place Monday enroute to West Lebanon, lnd I a Mr. J V. White, was quite sick several days of last week. H-'J- t. post-offic- n, 2t Mr. O. W. McAllister, formercashi-- r The local wheat market is looking upi of the Bank which operated at Fivehund-touahds were bought by was in town last Saturday. Kichareson & Wa.ker, Saturday at 90 Uuby. a little daughter of lr. and vents Mrs. S. C. Neat, has pneumonia and( r Leslie McFar and, sold his farm, another one of the children is threaten one mile this side ot Cane Valley, to ed. Ed Van Hoy, consideration, 5700 cash, C. L. Uihlein. of (Jampbellsyillp, is here organizing aModgeof the Yeom. i We are paying 22 cents in merchanof America, a fraternal beneficiary ordise for EGGS. der. Cant-Valled J m al ta 3t well-know- Russell & Co., who is a con struction engineer, located at Gatun, The emmigration subject will be deCanal Zone, visited his relatives in this bated at the Lindsey Wil&on chapel county last week Saturd y evening, March 23 Mr. W. G. Cundiff and family, of Anna, Texas, who have been visiting Dr. E I. Alper and S N Hancock, here for the past six weeks, will start Opticians will be in Jamestown for on their homeward journey to dav. first 10 days of circuit court Miss Minnie Triplett was called to Sandusky & Co , finished'icing last Sonora, Hart county, last week.her Friday and now have over 300,000 nephew, Edward Hobdey, being quite pounds for the hot days of 1912. sick at the time. He is now better. Mr. G. Robert Reed and wife, left for Louisville Monday morning, the LOUISVILLE MARKETS. former to attend the hardware men's convention which will be in session two days at the Seelbach HoteL Latest Quotations on Live Stock Mr. Charles Walls, representing Fairbank, Morse & Co., was here a " CATTLE few days ago. He arranged with Mr. Shipping steer $5.o0v,6 00 W. R. Myers to represent the company o.25(y,5 75 steers in this locality. The company handles beet and co .vs 425(M.75 Fat hellers gasoline engines, fixtures, etc. Mr J K. Humphress, , weli-know- n - - - -- W. Mrs. L. E. Schramm (nee Miss Ethel i Canners l.UU(M,25 Azbill,) is lying dangerously ill at her Bulls 2 25(3 00 home, Cleveland. Ohio Her parents Feeders 4.15(&4 75 are with her, and everything possible is Stockers 2.7a(o.75 being done to bring about favorable Cnoice milch cows. . 35.uo-4o.- lO reaction. The last communication stat Coram jn to fair cows ... ed that there was but little hope. UOGS Relatives and friends here are very Choice 210 up 6 40 anxious to receive tidings of improve Mediums, 165 to 210 625 ment. 5.45 Pigs Rev. S. K Breeding, a native of Roughs 5.40 Adair county, but who now resides in SHEEP AND LAMBS 5.0U 6.00u North Carolina, reached Columbia last Best lambs 2.5U(ii,'.3UOi Tuesday night, and Wednesday morn- Cuds ing left for his old home. Breeding, Fatsheep 3.0u4.u0 The latter part of the week he comGRAIN. menced a sen is meetings at the church Wheat... .." 90 ..' '. in his former neighborhood, the Presid- Corn ,... 50 ing Elder, Rev. W. F. Hogard, being Local Market. with him While in Columbia Rev. Breeding met a number of his old friends, many of whom he had not seen Eggs 20 for more than twenty years. It is 9 Hens ., needless to say that every body was 7 Lhickens glad to again thake his hand ,. Cocks i". . Turkeys 8 Here is a message of hope and good Ducks cheer from Mrs C J. Martin, Boone Wool fall clipping. Mill, Va , who is the mother of eigh' -Wool spring clipping Tri teen children. Mrs Martin was cured Hides (green) of stomach trouble and constipation by k 15.OU-35.u0 To-day. .- Cutters 2.0u(u3.00 - of suffering, and now recommends Ginseng Beeswax. . . these tablets to the public. Sold by j Yellow Root ' Paull Drug Co. May Apple(per lb) ! Chamberlain's Tablets after five years j Feathers 44 50O ',Ov . 'I v," Ssfyv- THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS SHERIFF SALE OF LAND FOR SALE GeoW.Blankenship R) 2 acres On Monday March 4th, 1912, at the W P Edwards (N-30 acres Courthouse Door in Columbia, Ky. (the joins S N Keltner tax and being the first day of a regular COSt terra of the Adair County court) at l Claud Gains (N-- R) 100 acreB o'clock p. m. or thereaDout, I will offer joins Waller Morrisontax for sale to the highest bidder for cash and cost in hand the following discrided tracts W H Parson 330 acres joins of land or a sufficiency thereof to satisLucy Kemp (bal) tax and fy the tax and cost due for the year cost 1911 by the foilowing named persons joins W S. Hindman and cost tax 3 75 spending: a few days with brother W. C. Combest at Russell her Sparksville. Mrs. Manervia Bennet, is quite sick at this writing. Yester. sae ' WHITES IN DISTRICT NO. G to-w- it. Fannie joins G. F. Knifley tax and WHITES IN DISTRICT NO .1. Beards heirs 113 acres $ J. W. Bault 58 acres joins P Barnett tax and cost J F Bottoms heirs 95 acres joins J. Emmett tax and cost L B Cox Sr., 50 acres joins T Ford tax and cost L Curry 90 acres joins W Cor- bin tax and cost C T Hrrrison 2J acres joins G Dickson taxes and cost Mrs L Light 26 acres joins Wingle tox and cost James Larrison 31 acres joins P Talbot tax and cost J H. Nance (N-- R 80 acres joins H Chandler tax and acres joins E B Watson tax and cost (Bal) John Overstreet 9 acres joins E Watson tax and cost Rhoda Rainwater 200 acres joins J. Scott tax and cost J T. Thompson 10 acres joins J K Matherly tax and cost T P Williams 81 acres joins IT H Perkins tax and cost J. W. Wood 35 acres joins J Woodrum tax and cost 246 COLORED IN DISTRICT NO 1 cost Corbin 60 acres joins T I Smith Mrs Elizabeth Cooley 53 acres joins B F Thomas tax and 10 48 cost 25 acres 6 77 EdCundiff (N-- R) M I Ellis tax nd cost joins 1 town lot Ike Dixon (N-in Coburg tax and cost 4 66 100 acres S L Hartfield (N-R- ) Mrs Mary R) 7 26 joins Willie Smith tax and cost 6 13 H C Harmon 47 acres joins Wm Curry tax and cost GussDuvall 1 town lot in 3 91 Cane Valley tax and cost 3 06 E C Page 2 acres joins J R Rice tax and cost 4 13 Springs. T. F. Curry lost a work mule Thre will be singing at Shiloh last week. w the secoud Sunday evening conMiss Nannie Rowe, of Tory, ducted by Prof's Cabell and Hill. visited her sister, Mrs. L. Akin, 4 66 Ever body come and bring your last week. books. Mr. Austin ftilpin sold 135 2 12 bushels wheat at 80cts per bushBlue Ridge, Texas. el to Diddle & Parson, at Grady- 5 18 Dear Editor ville. 24, 1 noticed a short arJan. Mr. Olie Breeding, our deputy lo5 18 ticle stating that the largest clerk, was at Tory one day last comotive in the world had'fjust week, writing deeds and taking 4 65 been turned out which had two acknowledgements. 3 06 complete sets of drivers, driven Pauline, the little daughter of by independent cylinders, weighMr. and Mrs. Olie Breeding, was 7 30 ed 334 tons and was 100 feet very sick several days last week. long. This is by no means as 5 71 Rev. George Groves purchased large as the newest type of San C. C. Rowe. Price 11 54 ta Fe engine on exhibit at the a farm from Taxas State Fair at Dallas, last October. This giant locomotive had two sets of drivers, driven by two independent cylinders, weighed, 425 tons and was 120 feet long. This exceeds the lo comotive, referred to by the News, 91 tons in weight and 20 feet in length. The co3t of this locomotive was $43,800 00. I am enclosing a folder which shows the location of the Santa Fe Demonstration train as it stood while on exhibition at Dallas. It shows the great in the in nts Mr. Elmer Hughes, is teaching Mr. Ed Pointer, of near here, a singing school at this place. died at his home lats Friday Mr. C. C. Bennett, expects to January 25th. 1912, and was burhave his soft drink stand up in ied Saturday at 1 o'clock, in the Bearwallow cemetery. He was a few days. a victim of consumption, and had Helm. been sick for two yeas. He was a good neighbor. He leaves a As I have not noticed a letter wife and three children to mourn from this part lately, I thought I would write a few lines. We have had some nice weather for the time of year. There has been quite a lot of sickness and some deaths in this community. for her. 'V Mrs. Gracie Burton was called to to the bedside of her father, Mr. J. O Smith, who is not expected to live but a short time. Mr. and Mrs., V. B. Smythe s, were visiting at Mrs. S. J. Doo-ley'- paid $500. ' 12 07 Mr. George Williams, of Sew last Saturday and Sunday. ellton, died on 19th of January. Mrs. S. J. Dooley was visiting Mr. John Lawless and Mrs. A. J. at Mr. J. O. Smith's last Friday Loy, died recently. Mr. McGee, of Tennessee, is in COLORED LIST IN DISTRICT NO 6 4 12 cost Matthew Overstreet Zella Johnson 1 lot in Cane Valley tax and cost & M L Johnson (N--R) acre 3 62 C Johnson tax and joins acre joins F Allen tax and cost 4 39 Miria Massie heirs 1 lot in Cane Valley tax and cost 10 Susan Marshall (N--R) 4 91 acres joins J W Vaughan tax and cost 5 19 J I Smith 74 acres joins J G Groves tax and cost 8 89 8 25 (N-- R) A Frank Wilson was on a iness trip to East Fork and monton last week. busEd- night. cost Henry Johnson 2 53 2 21 2 80 4 12 9 95 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 5 19 D S Beard 2 acres join B Bur4 15 5 51 75 6. 22 John McWhorter acres joins G. White tax and cost H H Shively 5 acres joins J Burns tax and cost 40 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 2 Atchley 70 acres joins T J. Brockman tax and cost J. Is. Burton 63 acres joins G 'Hurton tax and cost Robt Burton 10 acres joins I Burton tax and cost S L Chappell 60 acres joins Jno Greer tax and cost C E Grentry 15 acres joins W H. Conover tax and cost Melvin O Hardwick 46 acres joins Nath Good in tax and 1 as ton tax and cost Garfield Coomer 20 acre3 "oins 8 89 Clay Moore tax and cost L V Hall 2 acres joining S H 4 13 Mitchell tax and cost L T Nat 15 acres joins Mrs Hudson tax and cost 9 05 7 49 COLORED rail-roadin- g LIST IN DISTRICT NO 7 3 86 8 28 4 12 acre joins M Waggener tax and cost J B Lucus 1 acre joins J T Page Ed Waggener 4 acres joins Frank McClure tax and cost W H Wade (N-- R) 4 acres Sallie Banker joins A Williams WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 A 2 27 6 25 4 65 2 64 cost Howell & Paxton (N R) 150 acres tax and cost L Montgomery 17 acres joins A .1 Combest tax and cost T W Montgomery 60 acres joins T O Wheat tax and cost cQueary 2 acres joins B Karton tax and cost Dora Rtdford 50 acres joins G Grant tax and cost P Tarter 25 acres joins J J J Helton tax and cost T G White 58 acres joins J Tarter tax and cost M .1 I Hurt 1 town lot in Columbia tax and cost Edwin Hurt 1 town lot in Columbia tax and cost 12 4 1 town lot C R Payne (N-in Columbia tax and cost 6 77 1 town Sam Shreve (N-in Columbia tax and lot cost 4 65 A 5 71 R) R) 12 95 8 47 9 22 6 51 M 3 81 4 39 COLORED IN DISTRICT NO 7 A Co- - Tom Lester 1 town lot in L imbia tax and cost A. D. 4 65 Patteson, S. A. C. 5 19 Wilsons Store. 6 25 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 3 and Sunday. Mr. Joe Kearns lost a fine cow 6 77 a few days ago. 5 71 Miss Pearl McQuarry, of Tay30 09 lor county, is the guest of Miss WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 1 Susie Bryant this week, Luther England 35 acres Miss Willie Kerns of Montpe-Iie- r joins Milt England tax and 4 01 . cost spent several days with her G A Coomer (N R) 32 acres joins G H Nell tax and cost 4 66 brother Mr. Joe Kearns has reflulet Coomer 80 acres joins turned home. J P Compton tax and cost 4 65 Mr. Rooks who has been i n V. E. Dudley 39 acres joins M England tax and cost 4 13 poor health for a long time' died L. C England 35 acres joins last Friday night at his home lrs. J R England tax and 5 19 i.ear McGaha. cost Drucilla Gowen i2(Vacres joins Mr. B. O. Hurt will move from 4 12 J .1. O. Moore tax and cost Russell Springs to his farm near H B.James 30 acres joins F 6 37 here in a few days. and cost W Page tax We are alJ A Keen 03 acres joins J A ways glad to have such people 10 71 Diddle tax ani cost n our neighborhood. Marshal Roach 72 acres joins ' 6 90 C B Sexton tax and cost Mr. Joe Rooks had a sale last W. L Sneed 122 acres joins D He will go 6 83 Saturday to sell out. C Whee er tax and cost .r B Sexton (N R) 72 acres to Cincinnati were he expect t o 4 66 T Wheeler tax and cost Joins to make his future heme. Marv A Simpson 120 acres 4 12 ininsJ M Shive tax and cost The meeting that has been in 12 acres joins W G A Shirley 4 91 progress at Oak Grove conducted, Hamilton tax and cost by the Holiness people closed Jno Sneed Sr 125 acres joins 4 92 W Sneed tax and cost Sunday with but little interest. joins W G Smith 50 3 06 Mr June Kimbler had a light R Smith tax and cot (Geo Smith 70 acres ''joins S stroke of Paralysis, some time ago 6 77 Wilson tax and cost but at this writing is getting "F S Wooten 23 acres joins F 5 19 along very well. rtriritrewater tax and cost Yarberry 100 acres Jiarriett Mr. Tim Cravens bought a ioin& L M Janes tax and 6 19 house and four acres, of land f IN DISTRICT NO. 4 .COLORED from Mr. Rupe Kimbler price 50 acrei joins T G Hadley acres joins G W Coffey tax and cost Jas Ilammins 100 acres joins F A Lewis tax and cost Sam E Yates 182 acres joins Robt Johnson tax and cost 65 .1 a-- Cundiff 50 acres joines P Nelson tax and cost Amanda Gilford 27 acres joins Jas Loy tax and cost Everlan 4 12 7 04 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Combest of Russell Springs visited Mr. N. A McKinley Saturday night past 30 years. The Santa Fe has 10528 miles house. Miss Ella Lester, entertained of track in thirteen states, and C. C. Rowe, Sr., is selling at her home, iast Saturday night. has the best equipment in the flour for the Greensburg Milling Misses Maggie Wooldridge and world. Co., and is getting a fine trade. (Ghoul Helm, Messrs. John and I trust the Editor will kindly Charlie Duvall and John Camp print this information for the Leverett III. bell, the two former boys leaving benefit of the readers. The only Sunday for Belle Plaine, Kansas thing I regret is that every read- Editor News. Mr. Ewell Lester, returned Will you please find space in er cannot see the folder describing the engine which I am send your paper for a few lines. We from Liberty, last week. ing to the Editor. Trusting that have located on the I. C, railroad Mr. Arthur McFarland, was at this will be valuable information near a little village by the name this place last Saturday Yours Truly. of Leverett III. This is a beauti I am, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Helm, were ful country, but it has been very Alva Bowmer. at Russell cold here for two or three weeks. visiting relatives, Greenwood 'nd. It has been 26 below zero, but is Springs, last week. Kind Editor. warmer now. Miss Nora Blankenship. was Find space in your paper for a I have mentioned above this is shopping at Creelsboro, last few lines from a man born and a fine country, but 1 still love my Thursday. raised in your county, left there last March, and came to Green- old Kentucky home. Misses Dona and Sallie Helm, I wish Roy and Craycraft were visiting relatives, near wood Ind., while I sit by my window and watch the stir of would work up and write .some last week. people, and the trains leap by it news. We always enjoy reading calls my mind back to my old Ky. . their letters. Mr. O. B. Smith, visited at Mr. home, and with a sad heart I We wioh to say to our old G. S. Blankenships, last Sunday. think of my dear wife and fami- Kentucky friends that we Jwould Mann Bros., started to market, ly that are lying at old Taber- enjoy visiting them once again, with a load of stock the 27th. nacle, sleeping that sweet sleep and often think of our good old I will close with best wishes and knowing that they are in the school days. But guess we will for the "News." care of a loving God. Will say never make that our future 01-ga, J James, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gadberry. got very badly burned a fewdays ago. Mr. Jim English of Columbia. was here a day or two of last week, buying tobacco. George Staples, grocery Drummer, was calling on our merchants one day last week. Mr. G. D. Firkin purchased a Messrs. Charlie, Bill farm from John Janes, for $300. and John Duvall, Chester Saw Mr. Tildtn Wheeler has put a yer, John Triggle and John new tin roof on his dwelling Campbell. All report a nice time Wool-dridg- e. this part buying stumps. The sale of Mr. John Lawless, was largely attended. Quite a crowd of young folks, met at "Long View", last Friday, to spend the afternoon. T'i )se present were: Misses May Scockton, Nannie Koger, Lena Mills, Flossie Sawyer, Sallie Duvall, of Albany, Ella Lester, Ghou! Helm and Maggie Mr. and Mrs. Irvene Burton was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Holmes, last Saturday night and dunday. Several from this neighborhood have been attending the sanctified meeting at Oak Grove. PARTISANISM A BLUNDER.-T- he only opportunity for the Republicans to make any party ammunition at this session of the General Assembly lies in their op- portunity to be good" and clear the track for every piece of constructive legislation proposed in either party platform and sought to be enacted by the majority. Any attempt to stand in the way o proposed laws that are needed in Ky will merely make the of their partv more cock sure at the next election, no matter how sure it may otherwise de-fe- et be. j The people of Kentucky care less about political parties and more about performance than they formerly did. They will even elect a Republican admmis- tration now and then when dis appointed with the Democrats or stirred up by a press campaign that represents the Democrats as having left undone those things they should have done or done those things they should not have done. They will certainly never elect a Republican administration however if it is of record that the Democrats came to Frankfort to make good laws and were impeded, cr even annoyed, by a minority seeking to gum the game" for partisan ends. Sleep on God's will be done. dear ones it will only be a short time till I close my eyes in death and meet dear Mattie, Annie, Nellie and little E. J. W Jr. where parting will be no more, no fever there, all will be love re ivHTavlor cfnnrr Hill tax and cost 4 13 $75 00. - WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 5 Miss Loueller Combest i anJ happiness;, there our tears will all be wiped away, I want to live in a way that when time is no more I can meet my God in peace, I want the good people of old Adair to remember me in their prayers. Hello Judge Handcock, how are you getting along, and also my old friend A. W. Tarter, you still keep your fox hounds I guess. I had the pleasure of meeting uncle Polk Conover, in our town last Summer, call again uncle Polk quite a number of Ky., people, out here. I want to thank M. J. Millien & Co., of Lebanon, Ky., for their kind sympathy and nice advice to my little daughter, received Jan. 26th. Will say you are worthy of the patronage of all good people. So I will ring off for this time. Lugan T. Winfrey. s . . Almost Lost His Life. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich, will ntv-e-r home. Boosting Harmon Candidacy. forget his terrible exposure to a If this escapes the waste bask merciless storm,-- ' It gave me a dreadet we will write again. Hoping Charles W. Metcalfe, of Pine-vill- e, ful cold he writes, that caused severe editor, lawyer and promi- pains in my chest, so to see this in print we remain was hard for it yours respectfully. nent Democratic politician of the me to br- athe A neighbor gave me Hattie Pollard and Florence mountains, is in Frankfort to saveral rtose3 of Dr King's New Discovery which brought great relief. Dillingham. boost the Harmon boom for PresThe doctor said 1 was on the verge of ident. Mr. Metcalfe is the pneumonia, but to continue with the 0no. Harmon man in the Discovery. I did so and two bottles The weather is very good at State and can see "nothing to it" completely cured me." Use only this except the nomination of the quick, safe, reliable medidine for coughs this writing. colds, or any throat or lung trouble. There are several grist mills Ohio Governor. He says he has Price ooc and $1 00 Trial bottle free no other business at the capi al Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. running in this community. "or-iginalis- t" Mr. W. M. Fox sold a nice bunch of hogs for $1,030. Mr. Ivy Hopper, made a business trip to Wayne Co., yesterday. Mr. E. E. Turner, of Wayne Couny, was visiting I. L. Hopper, last wesk, Mr. Dan Flanagan's two boys, left last week to join the stand- ing trmy. Mr. John Meece and family, is visiting his father, Jacob Meece. Dr. J. M. Blair, is spending a few days in Louisville. Dr. J. B. Tarter, is going to locate, at Lock No., 21. Although it is a terrible, misfortune to lose a home by fire, it is not nearly so bad as losing the happiness of home by the dissipation, unfaithfulness or disgrace of one of the members of tional Democratic Convention at the family. Baltimore. Everything indicates tht the people are being attracted to him. Sentiment down my way is all for Harmon. I have "32 been around some and everySU where I find the Harmon senti.7ntlo A Mew Man Of Kim. j:j ment at high tide." Mr. Met"I Tvas suffering from s my S calfe said he would not be a can- y u.wmm.u, UWU UUU UUCii.rain in U. IVTUeS tj T. Alston. Raleicrh. "and . mv jvI-- j . . didate for delegate from the x,i: v er unu KmneyB amJtf. CI.worjc ngnt, .? ii not Dut iour Dottles oi JEiectnc .Bitters Frankfort made me feel like a new man." Eleventh district. I except to press the claims of his choice. Speaking of the matter, Mr, Metcalfe said: "I am indeed enthusiastic over the prospect of the nomination of Gov. Harmon for President at the coming Na- Tews. I PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES. lftS' fi lf- - IHi! VALUABLE Pointed ADA.IR COUNTX NKW5 3 Paragraphs. sttk liberty and freedom? "I do not know, but this I do -- Jr arm FARMING arid ll&rden DRY WISDOM. The Why and the How of It Explained Clearly by an Expert. Writing on "Some Dry Farming Problems." A. 3). Ten Eyck, superintendent of the western Kansas experiment station, Fort Hays, Kan., says: Experts have lost many a convert to dry farming by clouding the issue. They put in just a little too much science and not quite enough common sense. What a farmer wants is plain English in short sentences and not many to a paragraph. You can't make it too plain for the man who struggles with dry. hot wiuds. So far as cultivation is concerned there are exactly three principal steps In this dry farming business, and dry farming, it should be understood. Is conserving the moisture, nothing more Here they are: First. The soil muse be loosened to a considerable depth in order to prepare a reservoir to receive the rain and undertaking is being A carried out by the Wisconsin experiment station and Ashland and Bayfield counties. In the northern part of the stale, that is to be strongly commended from the standpoint of good sense and practical value. A quarter section of cut over land, most of it of the red clay tyie, was given jointly by the two counties for use as a branch experiment station. The state will equip and manage the farm, and a foreman from the college will be in charge. Any workers of the college who may require the red clay soil in their experiments will be assigned plots on the farm in question,which is located near Ashland Junction. In addition to the strictly experimental work, the crops will be so planned as" to serve as a to nearby farmers. demonstration Meetings will be held each year when the crops are in the best condition for demonstration purposes. The superintendent and his assistants will be at the service of the farmers of the northern part of the state and help them in every way to improve farming conditions. The land comprising this farm is typical timberland. and the same problems will have to be worked out that the homesteader in the section would haTe on his hands. S . " U' v , K . -- ', t wiWmMmmM nmmmm ft, Z, - -- ,"; S.HiLxy- - DIRT AND DISEASE. Many of the diseases that attack farm animals arc traceable to germs that flourish and live from year to year in the litter in and about stables and pens, many of which are in a decidedly insanitary condition. Among the germ life flourishing under these wants more. conditions are likely to be those of A man may be handy with tuberculosis, contagious abortion, navel disease, lumpy jaw. hog and calf either his hands or his feet and cholera, while parasites that cause scab, mange and itch likewise flourish. that's the difference between a Where a stable is In such condition it knocker and a kicker. Chicago should be given a thorough cleaning. This should include not only brushbag News. down cobwebs and dust from ceiling and walls and a thorough cleaning of Mulch Small Fruit Vines. the partitions and floors, but when A successful West Virginia raspthis has been done the interior should be given a coat of whitewash made by berry grower gives the following adding salt and three or four of carbolic acid to a consid- reasons for mulching: erable quantity of the lime wash. It prevents the growth of weeds. This should be kept stirred and may It retains moisture in the soil. be applied with a broom or long handled brush, but the job is more easily It adds humus, one of the necand effectirelf done if one has a spray pump such as is used in orchard spray- essary elements. ing operations. Applied in this manIt keeps the fruit clean and ner the solution can be forced into prevents mud at picking time. every crack and crevice. table-spoonfu- ls know, that so long as Kentucky is Kentucky, so long as the flag A lot of people can't even de- is unsoiled and waves over the land and the sea, so long ns our pend on themselves. A sensible woman is known by fair daughters succeed their mothers as mothers, so lo'ng as the acquaintances she cuts. the high aspiration remains in Many a man proves his love every human heart, so long as for music by refusing to sing. we shall love purity in women Men who are easily discour and courage in men, so long will aged often quit before they be- William Goebel's heroic figure gin. command the unspeakable rev A man never fully realizes his erence of Kentucky and Ken- imperfections until he is married. tuckians everywhere." Extract Few men are able to keep a from Congressman Stanley's clean record in the pursuit of speech. filthy lucre, No town will become a 'good One half the world has an eye open for a chance to do the other business center so long as its half. business men rely on a few mer Look out for the sharp edges chants to make the effort of of a man who boasts of being bringing trade to town. Two of ten the men in a few lines of square. A man is seldom satisfied with trade are about the only ones taking his own part; he usually that reach out after custom. An embarrassment of riches poor relations. I Woodson Lewi The great Green River Merchan- dise Distributor, has just Received a H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - H Which he . ing, Shoes &c. is offering at Popular prices, 3 50 Suits carried over at one Third - oft. i g r 3 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl ----- $6.25 4.75 Second Pat. 4,25 Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to Other merchants wait until these give Satisfaction, wire and wire men induce the people to come to 3 town and content themselves fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay with trade that naturally drifts you to consult me before buying. to their place A public spirited 3 Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers man should ask himself if he is 2 at prices that defy competition and doinghis part to attract people j that will give You satisfaction. Buy to come to tbwn to trade, in help your Fertilizer from me and you will 2 ing the entire business communialways know what you bought. ty, and no town is a success un s 3 less all lines are working to extend the trade as far as possible and trying to bring a larger territory in the circles in which the town is the business center. I Have a Full Stock of HTTLtrliESS BAKLKf dKOWN BY PKOPER METHODS OF "DKY FARMING.1' Photograph by the Montana Farmers' Institute. carry the water downward into the soil. This may be accomplished by deep plowing, by listing or by disking unplowed lands. Second. The water which is carried down into the subsoil must be brought back again into the surface soil, where the seed is germinating and the young roots are growing, and to accomplish this a good connection must be made between the furrow slice and the subsoil, and this is the purpose in the use of the subsurface packer immediately after plowing. Third. Finally in order that the water which is drawn up again toward the surface may not reach the air and be wasted by evaporation the upper two or three inches of the soil musthe kept mellow in the form of a soil mulch, and this is accomplished in the growing of crops by frequent cultiva tion, which is not so practicable with wheat and other small grains as with corn aud other intertilled crops. RATS IN THE JELLY. A reader whose good wife's jelly cupboard has jus.t about been cleaned out by rats asks the writer what he can do to get rid of the pests. Any person who has had experience in this matter knows that it is a good deal easier to tell how to do the job than It is to actually do it However, there are several methods that have given good results. In the line of traps good results can be had with the cage trap, especially if the whole rat tribe in the immediate locality can be inveigled into it in a night or two. The spring or guillotine trap is one of the best wo have tried and Is the more effective if the bait used is tied to the tongue of the trap. There are several rat poisons on the market which do the business if used according to directions, while an excellent, slow working poison is made by mixing one part of barytes with eight or nine parts of cornmeal and adding enough wetting to give a stifl' dough. Small quantities of this should be placed in the runways of thi rats, out of reach of poultry or other rfatures. 1 the cost of casionally a man will take a papmulching an acre with forest er number of years, and when labor, leaves or straw not exceeding $15. asked to pay will say: "I never It prevents deep freezing. subscribed I am not a subscriIt makes the fruit more solid ber." A court decision has refor cultivation and better for cently been rendered in Massashipping purposes. chusetts on that very important It saves What Is A Subscriber. Oc- Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. Iwill buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? It prevents the baking of the question what constitutes a at pick- sub- The judge firmly being time. lieves that the man who received has the disadvantage of en- the paper, although he never It couraging micefand establishing subscribed for it is entitled to a surface root system. However, pay. we have not noticed any serious James Thompson, who was a damage from either of these subscriber, moved away, and scriber. effects. William Robinson took immediate possession and received and accepted weekly newspapers that was delivered to him through the mails every week. The good editor sent accounts frequently, but no attention was paid to them by Mr. Robinson. Finally there was a day of reckoning. Robinson had received the paper some time, he informed the collector, but he said that he never subscribed and declined to pay for it. The judge personally questioned the defendant, who said that he had read and made use of it and was receiving the accounts, which were frequently enclosed in the paper. Judgment was rendered in soil caused.by tramping Satisfaction Guaranteed. LEWS QREENSBURG, KY. ?4m!!!Hl!!!m!nfflfflmHI!!!!I!!Hm!!in?!!i!mW!!l!l!?Sm!! Not A Farmers Buying Mare Machinery. "Departmental reports from our field men show that during the past year more up to date and modern machinery has been purchased and installed on the farm than during any previous ken years." So declared Secretary Wilson recently in discussing the results of a recent investigation as to the extent the farmers were following ad- vice concerning the use of modern tools and machinery for farm equipment The department has been urging the use of the latest tools and machinery for agricultural purposes, especially in recent years. Reports show that not only such improved implements as disk plows, two horse cultivators, disk harrows, twenty foot drag harrows and two .iiorse steel beam plows, but the latest improved gasoline plows, are being used. How to Make Sausage. To every twelve pounds of meat take three tablespoonfuls of salt, three of black pepper, six of powdered sage and one teaspoonful of red pepper. Grind the meat through the mill, then mix in the seasoning thoroughly. Let stand half an hour, then grind again, stuff and hang up In a dry. cool place. After they hang a week or ten days, or until the skins are dry. take down, rub well with corn meal and place in a wooden box with brown paper between each layer. Sausage may also be kept fresh tf fried, placed In jars and covered with the drippings. If not sufficient, make up the deficiency with melted covered in a lard. Keep the eool place. Farm aild Ranch. A COSTLY LESSON. The writer has in mind a level headed orchard owner somehow got the idea that the chap: who are in charge of the horticultural work at bis own and other state agricultural colleges were impractical and did not know what they were talking about when they laid much stress on the Importance of a thorough sprayinc with arsenate of lead within ten days after the petals fall. This was in the season of 1910. Acting on his own belief in the matter, be delayed his first spraying for the codling moth until the little calyx oup was closed and s of the apples were about through. The theory of the an inch college men was amply justified in the fall, when this orchardist had no end of worms, which converted what would have been fancy box stuff into cheap stuff for a canning factory. It is needless to say that this experience was not repeated. two-third- The cost of growing raspberries by nature's method, as I like to call it, is not very great. Picking is a nice job where there is no mud, no weeds' and where the pretty canes havebeen properly pruned. who Candidate. Don't leave L'any old standing"in the field. canes Why do the liaTS and crooks and malefactors and jackasses Blamed A Good Worker. blamed my heart for severe distress in my left side for two years," writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., but I know now it was indigestion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cured me. Best for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, constipation, headache or debility. 25c. at Paull Drug Co. ,4I and weaklings and scoundrels and rural tories continue to say that Colonel Roosevelt is a candi- calm of the Outlook offices and the bucolic simplicity of Sagamore Hill. Who is responsible for the infamous falsehood that he has Neve Presidential ambitions? York World. date for President? Every day truth arises to overcome them and yet they persist 1 Republicans LEAViNG;Re-publica- n Goebel's Dying Words. jarell When the hour came which he had been expecting for weeks, and the assassin's bullet went A WINNING COMBINATION. crashing through his flesh, he A friend, a banker, living in a section where alfalfa and corn do wel took it as a matter, of course, and silos have been built the past season for the first time states that and in the midst of great agony, some farmers of his section have some in the presence of death, he doubts whether the silo is advisable in case of the man who does not care reached out his arm and took to to take up dairying, but does want to his marble breast all the suffer raise beef cattle. The writer would suggest that any doubts these farmers ing and the oppressed in Ken may have along this line be put aside, tucky, and in a voice with the for if the extensive feeding experi-- ' ments which have been conducted by rattle of death in his throat he many experiment stations make any said: ' "Be brave and loyal and one point clear it is that the cheapest fts well as the best beef in the world true to the great common peo is produced in those sections where ple." both corn and alfalfa can be grown "How long, oh, how long shall and where the corn crop is put into the silo for safe keeping. It is our Kentucky remain Kentucky?" opinion that these fellows are in clover In very truth and the sooner they get How long shall Kentucky be the ihose silos bnilt the better it will be. brightest star in the constella- favor of the newspaper. The judge was severe in his criticism of people who are receiving papers and do not think it worth while to pay for what is received and make use of. It is an act of dishonesty, he said. One should acquaint the publ sher and pay for whatever numbers he receives Des Monies Register and Leader. During the months of January and February we will send the Adair County News and the Daily Courier-Journaone year each for $4 00. The Daily Courier-Journsix months and the Adair County News one year for $2.75 ' three The Daily Courier-Journal- , months and the Adair County News one year for $2.00. Remember that this unprecedented offer is good only in the months of January and February. Now is the time to sutecrib1. This is Presidential year ard every body should keep posted. l, al in their mendacious ways. Yesterbay after the Governor of West Virginia had had luncheon with the Colonel he took pains to explain to the reporters that he did not think the Colonel a candidate "in the 3ense that Wilson, Harmon and Clark are candidates." That alone ought to settle it. But if further proof nAcfmncfnr3 nf ttnyscx C.&tq Tnmic is desired, the Governor adds "I UVOUUU4bV4 tW V1W4DW VSbV UUIlt Ramsey, who has had charge think he will be nominated and F. department in the elected. I don't see how he of the banking (same office, will remain in Frank could decline." assisting If this means anything it means fort for another month, the new clerks in getting the. that Theodore Roosevelt emphat- hang of their places. Frankfort ically told the Governor of West News. Virginia that he is not a candij - clerks and assistant State officials, who have been ' holding on under the Democratic administration, to get their successors straightened out. are gradually leaving Frankfort, and in a short time only a few will be left. Will Lyon, who has had charge of all the desks in the Secretary of State's office,- left ' tonight to begin his duties as-- t ! 4nfr4M$"fr '' 'I' ttl&&Z$rti&&&Z'&'Z OF COURSE! Of course if one hasn't the necessary knowledge and ambition to succeed at farming there is no disgrace in moving to town to study law or medicine or be- Farm and a policeman. frome Jbk tion of States? How long shall this be the land of the free and the home of the brave the Mec ca the refuge of all those who date for President; that he will not serve if elected an'd that he is using every effort to ptnever the further use of his name, Colonel Roosevelt hates Washington. He loathes the White House, . Public office is abhor rent to him. He wants to divide his life between the cathedra Would you haV6 yoiir home a' peaceful- spot? Then lei only gentle actions be found there. Let the husband press a kiss on. the careworn brow of his tired never-end--in- wife, who, amid her g round of household duties, is sure to find rest and encouragement in his love and sympathy. - r &W - - -- 4 HEWS . . - THE ADAIRXQUNTX Wb 0b Measrs.. T, Varreh and Wi. T? Wolf ord made a special trip C Published Every Wednesday Ito Beck's Store, Cumberland Co- '$'' ' - - by the - last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lawless, Adair County News Company. Mrs. C. C. Holt and Mrs. R. M. (INCORPORATED) Morrison and children, were the EDITOR. guests of Mrs. L. A. Lawless, CHAS. S. HARRIS AMIR COUNTS er meeting Jas't night. ,We. Jiave.; had rather a small attendance on account of the frigid weather, but it was somewhat warmer and we had a pretty fair attendance last night. 4444444444404 4444444444444 fr 4 tyi I do not think brother Walter terest or the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-office Democratic newspaper devoted to the In I j McKinney, has ever missed Sunday School, preaching or prayer Friday. p Winfrey, Spent last meeting, during all the severe Tuesday night, with his mother, weather, although nearly a mile j. j as sec-n- d WED. FEB., 14. 1912, I Mr. A. A. Strange, who was "beared in Columbia, living here until he was about thirty years old, and who is kindly remembered by all our people, has bought an interest in the Oldham County Fra, published at Lagrange, Ky. Mr. Strange becomes the business manager of the publication. He is a good mewsDaper man, and a printer who stands at the head of the profession. The Era is edited by Mr. M. G. Penk, tnd is Democratic in politics Judge J. H. Tinsley. who was "one of the best known lawyers fan Eestern Kentucky, died at Covington a few days ago. His raremains were conveyed to his old Ihome, Barbourville, for internment. He had'served the Barbourville district as Circuit Judge Sand he also filled the position of CiTnited States District Attorney, tbe position now occupied by Mr JEd Morrow. Judge Tinsley was "73 years old and had been an in- I i ! i valid for several years. Dwelling together in the same suit of rooms in a hotel in New York, last week, were Ulysses S. Grant and Jeff Davis, the one the son of Gen Grant the other a son of Jefferson Davis, the of the Confederacy. j j I They were in the New York for the same purpose to induce peo ple to go South. This is an evidence of a United people. Dr. Woodrow Wilson. Dem- i , ia1 fTwfc flioh f.Oltl" flllf" ocratic candidate for the PresLiriit.' the damrer and w ' idency, addressed the Kentucky Ire HI n rnfn'm.nr-- i Legislature last Friday. He was And As well known, the Daily En- " S. in size and auirer is the largest given an enthusiastic reception, Mrs. Marcum, is on the sick highest priced paper in the United which was followed by a very 1.States, yet cheapest, measured by Obituary, Hist, nii5i1ifrv nnr1 rmrintitv. Jtelling speech, A banquet was Lilburn Phelps, is in Cincinnati. he Weekly Enquirer, with the r On Jan. 30, 1912, death invad-- 1 given in his honor, presided over Two of the Very Best Brands of d $? m JS a? ;! Mr. William Dowel, is board- ed our home and took from it. visby Gov. McCreary. He also and pur- Mrs. Nancy Lawless, my dear market reports, methods ar.d re- Rubber Tire Made ited Louisville, where he was ing at the Holt house, suing his trade. grandmother, whom we all loved suits from Government ana State warmly greeted. Kept in stock at All Times and put on for you on short notice .. Experiment Stations, veterinary 1 Mr. Vernon Holt, is home again. so w"- matters, People's Kcrum, choice Prices right and Satisfaction Guaranteed. A great deal has been said in literature, short and continued stor She and her husband came to We had quite a pleasant time at sermons, licutrui. the last few weeks about the Mrs. Dockery's, a few evenings Oklahoma nearly five years ago ies, & Goff with the exclusion information, etc., strength of Taf t and Roosevelt Columbia; Ky. since, ur. ana Mrs. nanagan- with their son and daughter.Ebb of all matters of scandal und imin the Eleventh district. We do morality, is today the Cleanest came in, the Doctor then went and SalHe Lawless. Weeklv Family lournai obtainable. not know how it will be in all the mail. He reHad she lived until April 3J3, Each issue is alone worth ih price Master Garnett Murrell, was;pjj out for the evening ACCldCIlt nineteen counties comprising it, turned with some very interest 1912, she would have been 70 of a rcar's subscription. visiting his sister, Mrs. .Ruth Solicitors for but so far as Adair is concerned, ing documents, also brought a years old. She leaves behind a a handsome profit and increase the Reynolds, of Garlin last week. InSuT3IlCC every Republican whom we have ' treat of large apples. We had husband three daughters and good influence of The Enquirer in Mr. Curtus Absher and Miss approached, and we have asked uplift of morality and industry, apples and pop corn, and inter- one son, also two sisters besides the for the betterment and welfare Irene Murrell, were at home from 1 am the Lodal Agent for two and many, jias expressed himself for theL. VV. T. S. Friday until' first.class Fire and Accident many friends and relatives, to of the community. For terms esting conversation. Mr. Taft. to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. surance Companies, and have Our pleasant merchant, Mr. mourn her loss, but being sensi Prof. Anderson Murrell, was been assigned this teriitory. If The wife of Henry T. Taft, Shelby Miller, is doing well in ble of the fact our loss is her you need Insurance, either Acci- Craycraft. the truest of Mr. waiter Murrell dent or Fire, write me, of the the grocery and lunch line.eternal gain, we can take cour--, who is a sister-in-laage and weep not as those who President, has just become a Miss Cora Bryant and W. 0. last Tuesday night. CHARLIE MULLINIY, Mrs. Crisp, still reads the Cou Breeding, ofi Miss Pinkie have no hope. member of the Catholic Church. 111., last Monday Murrell, left for Rife, Ky. rier Journal and rejoices over the shopping here last She lived a devoted Christian where they expect to spend the Purdy, was democratic victory, especially e fairly good health this winter. Gov. Folk has withdrawn irom Tuesday evening. to be her life and died in the triumphs of summer. James, who seems Elbert and Tim Bailey, were the Presidential contest, leaving a living faith. She took pneuTyler Murrell, from Mr. Milton Smiley, the produce visiting their Grandfather, uncle Mr. the State of Missouri to Speaker favorite. monia fever on one Tuesday and Chicago 111., was visiting his man passed through here last Tom Conover, of Garlin last Mrs. Williams, is partial to died, the next. All ir Champ Clark. uncle Nathan Murrell last Satur- - week. Tuesday night. McCreary, our talented splenThe Sunday School at Clear hands could do was donebut of icay an(j Sunday. Mr. Sam Coffey, of this place, nicely It is generally believed that did looking Governor. no avail, God saw fit in his in Murrell, our merchant is Spring, is progressing j, n. was visiting "his father near Adair and Casey will be placed in Lawyer Aaron, of Liberty, was finate wisdorii her from doing good business at this with A. J. Combest Supt. The Montpelier last Sundav. ? 'the Eighth Congressional dis- - in town, for a few days. promise is to.tbeiaithful always. us. Sheliyed in.RuslI county. felace. M Mr. Tom Redmon, rison the , tnct. Mrs. Bertram,. has been, suffer- Ky., since childhood and her j " of Louisville, Mr. Mr. Nathan Murrell', is on! the sick list this week. ing intensely with a bone felon. friends are numbered by her ac- is visiting relatives of this placel 3ick list this week. The series of meeting that Owensby. .Our Circuit court, is near at quaintances. Mr. E. A. McKinley, is con- was conducted by Rev. Joe Bolin, M?. joe Rooks, of this place, I trust some pleasant We miss, thee from our home! will leave for Ohio in the near,' templating on building a new at Oak Grove has closed. They Mrs. Charley Edwards and hand. little daughter earl are visit- southern. breezes will blow over dear grandma, we miss thee from future, with his family; where dwelling in the near future. diden'thave any cofessions but us soon. ...... Mr.and-Mrs- . expects to make his future Mr. Washington Holt, who is the christian people seemed to ing her parents, thy place, a shadow o'er our life he very interesting pray- - is cast, we miss- the sunshine We had a hearing the century's mark has enjoy them selves. demons. , of j home. . rtrt-.-, from the church. Misses Dezzie Phelps and Myr-ti-e After reading the Editors arti- Wooldrfdge, have been taking cle, of last week, and the Dirigo back rides occasionly, aircorrespondent this week, touch horse ing themselves, in the winter ing on the Educational outlook of Ky., I beg lieve to differ on breeze. some points at least. Glensfork. First, I believe in a compulsory school -- law, having been a Oatis Lewis, of Amandaville, teacher in the public schools for has rented Mrs. Etta Morgan's fourteen years. I find while some property and will reside at this parents take the advantage of pla'ce for a season. the free school system, there are Bill Samuels has moved to his some who domot deem an educa- new house on the heights south tion very important,, while others of town. because they do not get the Mr, Lee Burbridge sold his teacher they wanted, refuse to farm at Fairplay to Zeno Hamsend. In the fourteen jears I mond and will move to this place have only taught in four differ- with view to opperating a mill. ent districts, and made as good Tom Cawley has moved to Jeff or better daily attendance, as Bradshaw's place om Cedar any of my predecessors. I always creek. make it a part of my duty to enMiss May Upton is teaching a courage the patrons, of the dissubscription school at this place trict, in which I am teaching to There has been no material send their children regular and con50 per cent of the census report, change in Dr. Wm. Blair's is considered very good. I 'do not dition since he was stricken with believed that a teacher should be paralysis last September Mrs. Matilda Wilborn is very paid, according to his attendance when the patrons may or may low with pulmonary consumpnot send!! Give the teacher the tion. Messrs. Elva Jones and Charmaterial and then if she does not do the work, there are others lie Sanders, are attending E. A. who would,be glad to have his Strange's school at Roley. Misses Eliza Strange, May Webb and place. Kentucky now stands almost Anthem Wells, will start in a few at the foot in the educational days. line, partly due to the negli- J. V. Dudley who went South gence of our less informed in December, to teach school got zens and partly to the defects in sick, resigned his position and our scn001 ,aws- has returned home. If we want to hold good that Messrs. F. E. Webb, G. W. all men, are created free and Turner and Miss Nell Miller are equal, give all the children an in school at Bowling Green. education. Let all the children Messrs. Robert and Clarence go to school. and Misses Carry ) Vaughan and Lou Miller are at- Jamestown. tending onVinol of flio I. W T at Jamestown. aQi " A 'swap" The James Oliver "9 11 Sulky will do more work and better work, with 1. :SS exertion, than any other Sulky because of many exclusive features found only on this uardcular uiow. (TV. 4 4 o The plow that meel ; ire sc:: Let us tell you why vc)l be rr.orc g-'.a- tSan Iialf way. ci the chance. m 44 & 44 4444444444444 KCCU I thy face. But I want to live that I can meet her and my own dear mother in heaven. A little Grand daughter. B v-- v .s- -t l I IOr UWOIC 1 f- -v M. w. r v n. Mia. 444444900' Will examine your eyes thoroughly free of charge, and when 1 4 After .All Others Fail! furnish a CAUSE AND REMEDY. pair of glasses you can depend upon it they are the best that skill and experience will produce. My work is citi-Preside- nt M-irsha- l, all guaranteed, and the prices are Uncertainty of the immediate right. All my patrons in Adair counfuture is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade J:o enterty testify to this. prise and business prosperity, and this blockade is now quite apparent I. throughout , the channels of trade. The Presidential Election; the This is my last week with S. N. Hancock, at J. N. Page's Drug Store, of Congress with no fixed efforts purpose; Organized Labor as a new Columbia, Ky. factor in politics; together with "After getting Glasses in the City from one of the best Opticians, with no other matters of greater or less satisfactory results, Dr. E. I. Alper succeeded in fitting my eyes with Glasses Jo import, represent at this time a chaotic conflict of separate inter- my entire satisfaction, and will gladly recommend him to all my friends who may W. L. WALKER, Columbia, Ky. ests, to harmonize which is now the need Glasses" problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and A full Supply of Diamond (8122) Plenty. Head with care the Cin-!:.- :: .;ti Enquirer, a journal that A Good Medium Rubber print 5 all the news each day from every commercial center throughA barometer of out the world. Dr. E. Alper, Optician. i :" "J Good Year, 'Wing' 1 i Kelly Springfield Bros., Coffey, I S!' ; : ! non-secraru- m j - j ! i qjJ iut-cnpti- n-jje- o:- e . J v.-rit- e In-Mond- ay. I j w - 01-li- that-lovin- g ; ; to-tak- e j . Scott-Grider- ! j I - i TriESADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 I r" jrOTJx i i ! 1 EARLY f We are showing Standard Quality Spring Dress Ginghams at 9c per"yd, also a nice line of French and Silk Ginghams, Cotton and Silk Suitings. r" ' 1 ' KUSSELL XJTK m White Goods and Ebmbroideries We have, everything new in White Goods, Linens, India Lin ens, Flaxons, Persian and French Lawns, &c. Also the Largest and CHEAPEST Stocks of Embroideries, FIounc ings, Insertions, All Overs, Yokings, &c. French Val Laces, Mechlins, St. Galls, Baby Irish, Linens, &c, Scc. We are offering some special Bargains in the above lines. I 1 ft 1 1 GOODS J Standard Calicoes 4i c. ll fn &&i Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY ( S. H. Absher &c Plaintiff, Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT .KENTUCKY. B. S. Miller &c Defendant ( By virture of a judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 1912, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer door in Cofor sale at the Court-houslumbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th day &c e J W. Absher vs j of March 1012, at one o'clock p.m. or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following det: All situated scribed property, in Adair County Kentucky, 3 shares of Mr Stephen Humphress land containand ing 66 acres known as lots Nos 9. A tract of land containing 5 acres lying on the waters of Green River known as the home place, a 100 acre tract and a 43J acre tract of land lying on the waters of Blue Hole Branch of Green River, known as the Murrell land, a tract of land known as the Sanders land containing 50 acre, a tract of land lying on the waters of Green river kn wn as the Green land containing oi acres, a tract of land lying on the waters of Green river known as the Grant land containing 86 acres. For complete description reference is made to and order of sale of the judgm-n- t record in Order Book No 12 Page 513 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office. I will first offer said lands in 3 lots as follows: The 3 shares Humphress land containing 66 acres together. The ."i acre tract known as Home place, the 100 acre tract and 431 acre tract known as the Murrell land together, the Sanders tract, the Green tract and the Grant tract containing 142 acres together. I will then offer all the land together and accept the bid or bids that bring the most motley For the purchase price the purchaser, with approved surety or securities.must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to promptly comply with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-wi- 7-- 8 l r about two miles away; got iiost in hiis on the head waters of 11JUSO CACLULU .DUI1U, Utiiirillg IKgUl UUtX- est from day of sale until paid, and Cabin Fork and' wandered around ,.., having the force and effect of a judg- for four hours before he arrived ment. Bidders will be prepared to at his destination. comply promptly with these terms. W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. There was a singing at Mr. J.G Bradshaw's one day last week. On account of bad weather there Q. P. SMYTHE was not a large crowd presenu for but enough to render some very FIRE INSURANCE fine peices in vocal to themusie satisfaction of all present. and The weather is bad yet, and REAL ESTATE n we are ready and have been all the time for its bombar a der::-- ture but we had rather it would Big Elm. ' raise the signal. W are like Bill Miss Fannie Vaughn, visited Brown was when he was eating Mrs. J. A. Turner at Big Elm T ... rx -j itiuwiaim n uteeiib iui uweiityiive or last Friday. KENTUCKY, thirty times, h e said he would dajr of March 1912, at one o'clock p. m. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Mr. and J. A. Turner, were atjltke to have a change or thereabout (being County Court,) KENTUCKY. Eddie Wilkerson &c Plff. ) va upon a credit of six months the follow Frank Burton &c Plff, ) uemimrK. inursuay. Sallie Wolford &c Def. t?a Mr. Will Melson, of Crocus, has vo ing described property Two By viitue of a judgment a'd Order of Mr. W. A. Collins, was at Big certain tracts of land situated in Adair !ona Jones &c Def- of the Sparks Bv virtue of a judgment and Order Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered Elm, one day last week on busi- bought appart County, Ky., on the waters os Butlers at the January Term thereof, 1912, in Commissioner's Sale. farm on the head waters of Cabin Fork. The first tract contains 951 of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderness. 1912, the above cause, I shall proceed to of ed at the January Term, thereof, aores and the second tract contains door in Mr. L. C. Graves, of Esto, Fork, and has moved in, the price, to f er for sale at the 93f acres and are known as the E. D in the above cause, I shall proceed e door Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder was at Big Elm Friday. un known. ADAIR GIRCUIT COURT Watkins lands. Said lands have been offer for sale at the KENTUCKY. rented for the year 1012 and will be in Columbia, Ky., to the hiuhest bid at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th The farmers of this section day of March, 1912, at 1 o'clock p m., 1 Goldie' Grider &c Plaintiff, sold subject to said rental. For com der, at Public Auction, on Monday, the or thereabout, (being County Court,) are not uneasy about their wheat vs plete description reference is made to ) 4th day of March, 1912, at one o'clock upon a credit of six months Richard fladley &c Defendant ) the follow freezing out, for it is so short the p. m., or thereabout (being County and order of sale By virture of a judgment and Order the judgment Court,) upon a credit of six months the ing described property, to wjt: Four ice can not get a grip on it sufi- For the purchase price, the purchastracts of land situated in Adair of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendersurety or securities, following described property, to wit: certain Kentucky, on the er, ed at the January Term, thereof, 1912 waters of cient to pull it up. tracts of land situated in County, Three certain incause, I shall proceed .to must execute Bond, bearing legal in the above Adair County, Kentucky, on the waters Casey's Creek. The first tract conThere was a candy breaking ; door terest from the day of sale until paid offer for sale at the tains about 50 acres; the second tract having the force and effect of a of Green River. The first tract conat Mr. Jasper CundifFs, Wednes-- 1 " fe?ade A New Wan Of Him. in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, and tains about 115 acres, and is the same contains 40 acres; the third tract conBidders will 'T Tt751C J. WVbJ UUVKii frim UlU ?n at Public Auction, on. Monday the 4th judgment. promptly with be prepared land on which the dwelling house of tains 25 acres; and the fourth tract dav night, in honor of Mr. Elmon stomacn, eiiTForiTirr A1UU4 Yfin 1U rir these terms. head and uaclr. irntes 11. p. m. to comply day of March 1912, at one o'clock Matthew Burton deceased, is situated. contains about 4 acres. All join, and Aaron, which was largely attend- - T. Alston, lialeigb, JS. J.. "ana my Coffey, Master Commissioner or thereabout (being County Court.) up- W. A. liver andkidneys did notwork right, The second tract joins the first, and will be sold in one body. Said lands are on a credit of six months the following but four bottles or ilectnc Hitters contains about 136 acres. The third known as the Samuel Beard Farm, and ed arid enjoyed by all." Commissioners' Sale. made me feel like a new man. Four cerdescribed property, reference is made to the judgment and tract is a timbered tract, containing Mr. Virgil Aaron, an old neigh- - PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES. tain tracts of land situated in Adair about 48 acres, and lieB nearby the order of sale for more complete deuui rtiiu. .menu wuu uuw uvea County Kentucky on the waters of ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT two tracts For complete descrip scription. KENTUCKY. first For the ptrchase price, the purchas- - near Denmark, was in our midst Fork. The first tract contains Cabin tion reference is made to judgment in 9? acres: the second tract contains 6 Cora Bernard &c Plaintiff, Order Book No., 12 Page 567 of Adair er with approved surety or securities, one day last week looking hale During the months of January acres he third tract contains 16 John Walkervo&c Defendant ( Circuit Court Clerk's Office. The three) mu-- t execute Bond, bearing legal in we will send the Adair County day of sale until paid, and hearty with usual smiles. acres; the lourth tract contains 62 By virture of a Judgment and Order above mentioned tracts constitute what terest from the will be sold to having the force and effect of a acres. Said four tracts George Coffey, of Montipelir, News and the Daily of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered is known as tho Matthew Burton Farm. and gether. These lands are a part of the at the January Term, thereof, 1912, in Thi shares of Estel Hay Spires, Ella judgment. Bidders will be prepared to and Mrs. Mollie Helm, were hap- one year each ior ?4.0O. The Daily farm near Montpelier, Ky known as the obove cause, I shall proceed to offer May Spires, Delta Burton, Hazel Pow - comply promptly with these terms six months and the W.. A. Coffey, Master. Commissioner. pily married near this place the Allen Murrah farm. Reference is for sal cat the e door in Co- ell, Serena Burton and Bridget Burton last Adair County News one year for. 82: 7C. sale, made to the judgment and order of ' lumbia, "Ky , to the highest bidder, at in this? land, shall not be paid by the, Sunday morning. Mr. C. M. The Daily Commissibner's Sale. for m6re complete description. three Auction, or Monday the 4th day purchasers, but shall remain a lien upon' Public. Dener in his impressive way months and the Adair Oounty.Newa one For the purchase price, the purchaser of Mar.cn iuiz, ac one ociock p. m. or the land Deanng mtereou uuw ou of 21 years, or A'DAIR CIRCUIT COURT year for $2.00. Remember that this solemnized the rites. with approved surety or securities.must thereabout (being'County court,) upon a parties arrive attthe-agBond, bearing legal interest credit of six months the following de- their guardian shall execute bond as execute KENTUCKY. Mrs. Mollie Gifford, is improv- unprecedented offer i3 good only ia the Code. For the purchase price, the purchas er, with approved surety or securities. vs Priscilla Jones &c Defendant! By virture of a judgment and Order judgment. Bidders will be prepared to ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- comply promptly with these terms. John T. Burton &c Plff. ) W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. ed at the January Term, thereof, 1912, ! vs in the above cause, I shall proceed to ) Mary T. Grant &c Def. offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door By virtue of a judgmentand Order of Commissioner's Sale. in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at'Public Auction, on Mondav the 4th at the July Term, thereof, 1912, in the day of March 1912, at one o'clock p m. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, above cause, I shall proceed to offer for or thereabout (being County Court ) upKENTUCKY. sale at the Court-hous- e door in Colum-- I on a credit of six months the following G. E. Nell Plff., bia, Ky., to the highest bidder at pub- t. described property vs Two cerll( J111ftirn nri Mnnrlin ,1 T .ftU rim. tain tract of lands situated in Adair Gideon Sneed 1912, at one o'clock, p. m., or By virtue of a judgment and order March. County Ky., on the waters of Crocus thereabout (being County Court,) upon Creek. The first tract contains 62J of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render a credit of six months, the following acres and the second tract contains ed at January Term, therof, 1912, in drescribed property to wit: Two cerabout 18 acres. The said tracts are the above cause, for the sum of Two tain tracts of land situated in Adair dollars and known as the Jeff Jones land, Said ' Hundred and Twenty-Tw- o County, in Little Cake, Ky., on the walands will be sold subject to the home- Eighty cents, with the interest at the ters of Green River. The first tract stead rights of Prisccilla Jones and ' rate of 6 per cent., per annum from the contains about 8 acres, and the second Chillie Jones. Reference is make to 5th day of January, 1911, until paid, tract contains ' and $35.10 costs herein, I shall proceed about 35 acres. For the judgment for more complete dis- . to offer for sale at the Court house complete description reference is made cnption to judgment in Order Book No. 12, For the purchase price, the purchaser' door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest Page 562 of the Adair Circuit Court with approved surety or securities, must bidder, at public auction, on Monday, Clerk's Office. The shares of Estel thp 4th rJav nf Alnrr.h 1912. at 1 o'clock. j. i di -.' v CacluiCUU,iu, ucaiiUB legali uueresb T?v Snirpe "Rlln AI, j Spires, -J from the day of sale until paid, and n m . or thP'ahnnrf hpincr i;ountv I Burton, Vernie Burton, Dollie Mitchell o r Burton, having the force and effect of a judg- Court) upon a credit of six months the Hazel Powell, Delta Burton and Cora ment. Bidders will be prepared to following described property, to wit: A Burton will not be paid by the purchascertain tract of land situated in Adair comply promptly? with these terms er, but will remain a lien upon the County Kentucky, near Gradyville, W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. known as tne Preston land containing land sold, bearing interest until said parties shall become 21 years of age, or 51J acres. For complete description refCommissioner's Sale. erence is made to the judgment of until their Guardian and committees of record in Order Book No , 12 Page execute Bond as required by Section 493 of Civil Code. For the purchase 538 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's KENTUCKY Office. For the purchase price, the price, the purchaser, with approved Willie Wilton by Bruce Mont- - f purchaser with approveasurety or se surety or securities, must execute bond, gomery Gdr. Plff. curities, must execute Bond, bearing bearing legal interest from the day of vs legal interest from day of sale until sale until paid, and having the force J. F Montgomery Exor. of E. paid, and having the force and effect of and effect of a Judgment. Bidders J. Watkins, Will,&c Deft. will be prepared to comply promptly By virture of a judgment and Order a judgment. Bidders will be prepared with these terms. of Sale of Atair Circuit Court, render- to comply promptly with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner W- - A. Coffey, Master Cornmissioner. ed at the January Term, thereof, 1912, 1 in the above cause, I shall proceed to Commissioner's Sale. offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door Commissioner's Sale. in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT at Public Auction, on Mondav the 4th ( to-wi- Plaintiff,' ( judgment and order of sale for more and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared complete description. B'or the purchase price, the purchas- to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. er, with aporoved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal inCommissioner's Sale. terest from the day of sale until paid, tr I , ed at the January Term, thereof, 1912, ing from a case of inflammatory in the above cause, for the sums of $100 with interest from October the Sth, rheumatism. 1908, and $17. probable cost, and $100. Mr. Welby Cundiff and family, with interest from October Sth, 1908, subject to credit of $25. paaid Novem- Anna Texas, came in on a visit ber the 9 th 190S, and $20 probable cost. about the first of the year. StopI shall proceed to offer for sale at the ping in Columbia first at Mr. Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, and Mrs. Tim Collins, who are on Monday the 4th day of-- March, 1912, j parents of Mrs. Cundiff 's. She-at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout, has two sisters and one brother, (being County Court) upon a credit of six months the following described at this place, and one sister at property, to wit; A certain tract of Russell Springs. They expect land situated in Adair Connty, Ky., at the top of Dug Hill, on the Stanford to leave for their home soon. Road. Said tract contains about 60 Mr. B. H. Bradshaw, will go acres, but there is reserved therefrom with them to Texas where he exthat portion of said boundary which lies on the West side of the Stanford pects to make his future home. Road and contains about 10 acres. For Mr. G. W.Coffev who came in complete description reference is made to the judgment and order of sale of from Texas a few nights ago record in Order Book No. 12, Page 546 left this place about 5 o'clock. of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's Of- p, kin-mafice. m. for Fielden Coffey, his n, u: -- m. -- ."' ,.. r ! J II i- 1 to-wi- t: " i I Court-hous- e Court-hous- -- with-approved ! j Court-hous- e AAJJV j j to-w- it: r i ! and-Februar- ConTier-JonrB- a. J Courier-Journ- al Court-hous- Courier-Journa- l, t: A certain required by section 493 of Civil Virgie O. Whitehead &c Plff. ) from the day of sale until paid and scribed property and effect of a Judg- .tract of land situated in Adair county ing. She has bad a very bad vs Eor the purchase price, the purchas- having the force ) be prepared to TCpntnp.kvj containing0 218 acres. Said er, wicn appruveu ouicuj . ocvunnta, Silas G. Tarter &c Def. ment. Bidders will . .Vw w By virtue of a judgment and Order case of typhoid fever. 'm t cute ond ' comply promptly with these terms. land is known as. the Martha Wething paid, of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render-- 1 Mr. Tilden Coffey, is improv- day W. A. Coffey, MasterX3ommissioner. ton dower. Reference is made to the Merest from the to-wi- - .- 1 f - "f months of January and February. Now is the time to subscribe. This is Presidential year and every body should: keep posted. c FREE BOWELS THE APAIh COUNTY NEWS proached from tha "rear by a solid With the aid of neighbors tombstone agent the fore part of he took heavy fence rails and' FOR STOMACH AND Ellick Hellwanger has a new this week, but was not in the prized the pond loose from the We are in receipt of letters from mild and gentle in action that a child vest with big stripes and cross market at this time, he having bottom, then placed it on some left mo with h f :ghtf ul cough rntl ' Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., as well as a grown person can take it, bars on it. Raz Barlow says all just purchased a fresh supply of large round logs, a,nd rolled it to very weak. J had spells when 1 could Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la- in fact, it has no equal for children, hardly breathe cr speak for 10 Wagoner, Okla., as well as many women and old people. Ellick lacks now of being in jail patent medicine. its new location where a large! minutes. My doctor could notto 20 help others, telling about the wonderful rejuice, It arouses the flow of gastric opening had been made for it in me, but I was completely cured Ly they have secured in the cure of and by a peculiar action trains the is having a padlock for a watch sults Sim Flinders, our widely known their stomach and liver troubles by stomach and bowel muscles to again DR.. SONG'S 1 rat trap inventor and Hog Ford the ground. the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- do their work naturally, and in time charm. sin. medicines of all kinds can be disIsaac Hellwanger has been ap- -' After having attended a pro- Sunday school teacher, has reThis remedy, as all readers doubt- pensed with. A free sample bottle less know, has been before the public can be had tor trial by sending your tracted meeting near Buzzard turned from a flying business pointed a committee to attend Mis.J.2LCcs,Jolh.t,IU. for a generation and is now being address to the doctor, for in jthis 50c AND !.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. more extensively used than any other way Mrs. Gaskinds, Mr. Gavellas and Knob for more than a week,8id trip to Bounding Billows, Rye the Doer Ilill nhiiw.h.. ...t., timo'? . nuvf ...w.v remedy tor stomacn, nver ana Dowei many others first learned of the cure. grave-- 1 it is going to rain, and see if the complaints. According to reliable Later, when satisfied it is the remedy, ney Hocks returned home Thurs- Stray, the Gander creek be a very quick you need, do as others are doing and day morning and swore off, after yard and other poiqts. He re- roof leaks. it seems to If he finds a leak he ,' Every wife o vhz to know her and lasting cure for constipation, in- buy it of your druggist at fifty cents digestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble, and one dollar a bottle. which he took his gun, a quart ports that he has lately been ai is to file his report with the com- - husband's income, and that biliousness, headaches, sour stomDr. W ach, gas on the stomach, drowsiness For the free sample addressbuilding, of licker and a pair of loaded work on a still newer device in mittee of investigation, which knowledge should be the gull-bo- dy after eating and similar disorders. It B. Caldwell.111.402 Caldwell dice down to the creek and threw the way of a rat trap, that will is to hold a conefrenee and of her domestic expenses. Better as a liquid with tonic effect, and so Monticcllo, them in. Today he went to the completely outdo Edi3on or any report their fiding to the deacons, ia a dinner of herbs than a stal!-wh- o creek, but has little hope of ever of the others. This one is made will recommend to the com-- 1 r'ed ox with hatred therein, recovering them. on the style of a clock with a mitee on repairs that the workj Where a wife makes up her mind mr The Fog Ford Preacher has pendulum, and when the ra' be done. Then the bids will be t0 do her duty in this respect she v decided to begin a protrccted sees it he begins chasing it to received for the job and the con-- ! win brighten her little home and ! meeting during the cold weather and fro. The rat soon becomes tract let to the' lowest bidder make it a place of perpetual sun e He believes it is a good plan to exhausted and remains in its beo provided he is a member of that shine. ihurch. On the other hand, if do this while everybody has the rest of the night. HUGHES t The Hog Ford preacher deliv Isaac, in his investigation, finds their hands in their pockets. C. D. " j Atlas Peck has advertised in ered a strong sermon last Sun chat the roof does not leak, he, ELINOR day morning in condemnation ol as a committee of one shall be VETERINARY SURGEON the Tickville Tidings asking for J LargestWholesale Sash and Door House turkey trot dance, and al ordered dissolved, and same sealed proposals for an addition the in the South. X to his home. Men only are al- vised all members of his congrn shall be so recorded on the min gation to dispose of their turkey ite kooks. From Hogwallow, Send your orders to us for prompt shipment lowed to bid. soon as possible Kentucky, Dunk Botts Editor and good goods. T We appreciate them. O Fit Smith had rabbit for sup Raz Barlow's hat blowed'off a X H2 per night before last, and during ii Short Stops. China is the E. HUGHES CO., he passed Rye Straw. Thursday his sleep had an exciting drearr. X and of the rising Sun! CINCORPORATED He thought he' was being chased He was in a hurry and will be Special Attnetin to Eyes 1 The winter will be ended whe " 0 back for it in a few days. by a pack of dogs, and went Snavir orar.v fturthe peach crop begins to be kill- pistulo. .rical work done at fair prices 1 am through many brush piles and Someone has stolen the las' ed. veil fixed to take care of stock. Mon y due when work is done or stock briar patches. When he woke chair Sim Flinders had. He oon- It takes a young mother to tell removed from stables. up he found himself hid under soles himself with the fact that U. C. HARDWICS, Pres. R.H. DIETZMAN.'Sec J. J. COCKE, V. Pres. what color her baby's hair is LOCATION NFAB ED BUGKES RESIDENCE, the wood pile. he has his old friend, the bed, to ON BURKSVILLE STREET, it hasent at all. fall back on. Frisby Hancock fell in with an The papers tell us that rabbits agent for a patent separator The town of Hogwailow wa are cheap, but the papers and the 1S61 ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 188- 9while over at Bounding Billows in darkness last night on account butchers do not agree. R. Stone, the other day, but could not get of Little Fidity Flinders having jvimLiW$iGHTS Well, since we have t o hav he and his wife eaten the postmaster's supply of interested, Attoney-At-LaDEALERS IN some winter anyway, sooner we having already done so. 1& candles. Will pradice in ENGINES. BOILEFS, SAW MLIS. get it over with the better, this and adjoining counties. The Hogwallow Improvement GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS The storekeeper at Bounding wm long stana ne year Society has been in communica- Billows says they hollered a lot Jamstown, Kentucky, : 1301 TfilRTeeNTtt-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLS as a fatal one to "aviators. The tion with a gentleman at Tick- about early shopping before ville who wants to know what Christmas, buc that he didn't total number who were killed ,B SMOKESTACKS, tr&smm the opening is here for a first open his store before breakfast was 82. 7 The great American hen is not class bone yard. The ImproveV? for nobody. doing her full duty to the country i ' 'i, ment Society has sent him en- Sheet iron and Tank Work iRTsepnrIt is reported with some foun There should be some inducem- couraeiner word, and offers to W. if A TVTrtO psr Tflin " IC?rtrH lO ent to egg on her. 1VX130 X 'U'C iP& JX assist in the way nf tuuwiuu- - UoLIUlI 1IiU l J? seriously considering the task of ;?!. .. Perhaps Mr. Epison inven ted ' tions, in every manner possible. a i - .u ,. t mviv J marrying a young man of Buz- the concrete cottage and funiture JOBBINQWORK SOLICITED :t i mme was i" vu; av ui i,:i. . h.incr vugs rT ..I... nnrKS. vp.s- - 'Sard Knox neighborhood. w Hnsrpr.rpr to go with the concrete biscuit of Machinery Repaired All Kinds stron temperance advocate black-l- a terday, in front of the of the young housewife. and drives the water wagon with smith shop, but when she turned , Burkank says he is able to a wheat thresher every summer' and looked at him right hard.the get print out of cactus. It is to e Raz animal immediately jumped a. The examing trial of be hoped that its not nose paint , and scurred off across the low, charged with detaing the the Mexicans get out of it. Mail Carrier by offering him a field. A. Chicago prophet predicts down for 1912 will be the most prosper- The Blind Man of the Calf drink of licker, was set At Lowest Cut Rate Prices Ribs community came into Hog- trial at Tickville Wednesday ous year in history. If every wallow today riding his blind morning, but was continued on body throughly belived that A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner mule that wore a blind bridle. account of lack of sufficient evi- wouxibe 19c He knew when he got to the dence to acquit the defendant. Per Box Laxative Bromo Quinine At last there are indications "" " " 15c postoffice by the ticking of the Laxative'Tablets Singley large yellow horse driven that the cost of living is coming The HENRY WATTERSON " 25c Dostmaster's watch. Quinine Hills Cascara by Ellick Hellwanger got scared down. A' jury in Missouri has "' v ' '.' 25c Weeks Break a Cold Tablets A gentleman near Rye Straw, at the Deputy Constable the oth decided that the value of a stol- ' Editor. "" " " " 25c we understand, tried to celebrate er morning and ran away, flingNyals en kiss is 50 cents. T " " 25c A. D. S. " ' " his wooden wedding the other ing Ellick aganst the fence Coal oil poured in to the kitchen We CanFurnish Yol " " " 19c Rexal day by drinking a pint of wood He was attended by the horse stove to start a fire will cause '" Bottle 83c flfempoles Wine Cod Liver Oil : doctor and it was several min- alcohol. just as much trouble now as it IjUp Affair ffiimtv "" 3c MVirS Scotts Emulsion Fletcher Henstep was tried at jutes before he could get Ellick.s use to do when the practice wasl "" 00 " Cod Liver Oil Nyals far more common. Bounding Biliows Saturday morn - watch to tick again. ," " and the . 100 Wine ' ing on a charge of stealing a Tickville is to have a railroad '" ."- shocking Sounds. "" " " 89c Rexal ' cow from someone over This is the news brought in by In the earth are sometimes heard be ' " 50c ." Weekly " "Emulsion ' near Thunderation. He pleaded the Mail Carrier this morning. It fore a terrible earthquake, that warn " '" "' " 83c of the coming peril. Nature's warnings A. D. S. " guilty with the understanding is reported that the work of un- are kind. That dull pain or ache in the Courier-Journ- al that the court would give him covering the old track built some back warns you the Kidneys need at- "" LOO yinol tention if you would escape those three dollars to boot between years ago will begin in a day or dangerous maladies. Dropsy, Diabetes us for Quotations Write the cow and the fine. Take Electric !two. The tram will oegin at or Bright's diseases. Both One Year slx,Lh0S,JsvfaE0.nKY once and see backache ny Bitters at CITY turning and all your best feelings return." My Frisby Hancock has' returned Tickville, and after Tor $1.5(1 from a prospecting trip in the around in a large field near the son received great benefit from their kidney and bladder trouble," use for community, to the school house, will go back. writes Peter Bondy, South Rockwood. has been gathered by any of my Calf Ribs Well Answered. Mich," It is certainly a great kidney northwest of here. He came neighbors this October." We can also give liberal Poke Eazily put another notch medicire.'" Try it 50c at Paull Drug Co back empty handed, however this week by reputation combination rate with Daily A fellow wrote to an editor as The fellow sent his letter, sure everything of any value being in his doing an impossible thing. This that the editor could have no frozen to the ground. The word "home" is only ap- or Sunday 'Courier Journal. follows: consisted of moving his pond plied to the habitations of men. feat Write Courier-Journ- al Com- "Dear Sir: I have been try answer to the sneer implied in it. Yam "Sims has been calculating from his horse lot to a point on Beasts have lairs, birds have nest Louisville KV f ing an experiment. I have a But imagine his feelings when in on going into the cattle business a hill about three hundred yards . temporary abiding places, both ,. . field of corn which I plowed on the next issue of the paper, he and will leave tomorrow for to the east. The task was acjj.ee sample copy 01 eaiUOI) of them. Man alone builds for Sunday. I cultivated it on Sun-cla- read his own letter in print and Tickville, where he will inspect complished with the aid of neighpermanency, and a safe housing you desire, but be sure to Sunday. I comes in, I planted it on it the end of it this one sentence: the train when it on to the with bors in a short time and without of his treasures and loved one?. send your subscription order way a view of getting cut it and hauled it to the barn spilling a drop of its contents. A house is not a home. You to this paper NOT "God does not make full set is made. to the the Sunday. And I find that I on Thursday morning he found the cannot rear a home with boards in October. Courier Journal. Issac Hellwanger was ap- - pond f rozen from top to bottom alone. Jiave more corn to the acre than) tlement Hogwallow News. J ; PNEUMONIA -- ! s, Hsw Ummm i -- -- tps-timon- y, j i A X Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. j Crenshaw L ",. - I ?5r?(f$ rm - Poll-evi- L -l W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. f mAGHiiSTS Joseph w I iiz i -- Why -- - j , Jni-iA- 1 nnni-i'iVi- I -- Not :- Read The ! ! Bar-fenc- Everything !n The Drug Line I I i j Courier I it 'Journal? i . ..... J 42-8- 50-1- . t ten-doll- ar . j , ( i HALL PHARMACY, I I y. cow-catch- er -- .4-, J tr " ! v J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Knox Starke County Ind. 7 customer is to sell him none but good stock. This is absolutely necessary. It will never do to have a spoilt egg go upon the table of a discriminating custo mer who pays a big price for a fine article. If you aspire to highest-pric- e customers you should sell in cartona, or neat paper boxes, with each efeg wrapped in tissue paper 1911 FOR in a small compartment to itself. At wholesale these boxes add but BRIGHTER, BETTER,! little to the cost of production, BIGGER THAN EVER but greatly increase profits. Have your name, business and THE2REGULAR PRICE OF postoffice address, with a beautiful poultry scene, printed on the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES top of the box. These will add much to your character as a IS A YEAR. poultryman and enable you to ask higher prices. But the greatest thing is toilive up to ail If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDE tnis oy never meriting a comTO US, YOU CAN GET plaint of any kind. Before packing your eggs THE ADAIR COUNTY they must be graded carefully. White eggs should be put to NEWS themselves and dark shelled ones the same. Throw out all" that AND are undersize, or oversize, or in any way aonormai. livery egg THE L0UISVILEE must be perfectly clean and fresh. In hot weather they TIMES should be gathered twice a day and kept in a cool place. They BOTH ONE YEAR should be marketed, at longest, once or twice a week. In deFOR ONLY livering goods, yourpersonal appearance and the character ot THE LOUISVILLE TIMES your horse and vehicle will tell r.he best afternoon paper prinr decidedly upon your business. ten anywhere. i Editor of the News. I have just visited your famous county, I had been away sevenWhat makes you nervous? It is the weakness tf your womanly constitution, whick cannot stand the strain of tht teen years, I spent most of my hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin time in Illinois, but part in Misyour entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take souri, Iowa, Michigan, and now Cardui, the woman' tonic Cardui is made from purely live in Indiana. vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, I am proud to say that the and helps them io do their proper work. It relieves paia natural- - manner, by going to the and restores health, in a Kentucky people are the most source t the trouble and building up tat bodily strength. sociable, contented and religious people I ever met. They have 1 their fun at the expense of each other. The only way to keep our of trouble is to weigh the eviMrs. Grace Former, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. dence carefully. 1 done take any This Is what she says about it: "I was so weak and thing that weighs less than sixnervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had teen ounces to the pound. fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose I remember the preachers use of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the to tell us monej was the root of fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. all evil, but to day they are Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? using all the root they can get. Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Things are changing, people in Write to: Ladles Adrlsory Dept. Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Temt, book'Wome Treatment for Women," sent free. J 50 for Special Instructions, and time gone by wondered what the WSZBM next generation would do. But we as a present generation exHe Won't Limp N ow pect the future generations to Office 'Phone 40- Kes. 'Phone 29. lim: ing for Tom Moore of No more wonder how we worked our slow Cochran, Ga. 'I had a bad aore on my Dr. James Tripled progress, as we do of the ancient instep that nothin? seemed to helv till Are You Nervous? Cardui Woman'sTomc The 64-pa-ce Iused Bucklen's Arnica Srlv-- , he writes but this wonderful healer soon cured me. Heals old run ning sores, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it Only 25 cents at Paull Drug Co. people. Dentist,' JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 I think God unfolds hidden treasures to the future generation. Those old hills God made for a purpose to hide beneatn their sumits something for a future generation. It would be of no use for us to hunt for something God had hidden unless it was the proper time to find the )g-'5Cv8XS)(S- ) WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL HENRY WATTERSON, 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 4 COURIER-JOURN- AL hidden treasure. It would not be right for one generation to enheritall of God's blessings. If it were so God's blessing in life would pass as noted things, all things prove to us God is immortal. To we as ignorant people this World is a mystery. I was born and raised in Ky.. am fifty-fiv- e years dd am proud of my birth place. H. Lainhart. The bulletin discusses the preventive measures. It say a: ''Colds are contagious. They are caused by germs. You catch cold just as you catch diptheria. The germs of cold are spread from the nose and mouth of one person to another. "Drafts, wet feet, chilling of the body and sudden changes of temperature will not in themselves cause a cold (stiff neck and other muscular pains are not here included). These conditions may weaken the body, help the germs, favor the development of colds and make them worse. It is worth noting that Artie explorers never suffer from colds until they become infected from their fellow men on their return to civilization. "Do not get close to others who have colds. "Don't use handkerchiefs, towels and cups that have been used by people who have colds. Even though you do get your cold from you1 neighbor, do not pass it on. "Do not sneeze or cough except into your handkerchief. "Do not spit on the floor; to do so may spread colds, tuberculosis and other diseas. "Do not neglect a cold. It may lead to serious complications. During the first few days if you have fever, stay in bed. This will help you and protect others from getting your cold. Take a laxative, and use household remedies. If these do not help you, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 $4.50. ANDHTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR Pruning Trees It should For cbl.9U your order to this if you will give or paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. DailCooriBr-Jooraa- l, Yr al, S6.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2.00 begins when the tree is young but little being done at a time, and should be continued as necessary to put and keep the tree in the runt shape. If the tree trimmed is a young one, the rapidity of the sap soon heals up the wound. It is otherwise i n the case of an old tree. The time to prune fruit trees is usually late in the fall, or early i n winter before the sap has started or in mid summer after it hts thickened so as not to flow rapidly. But pruning may be done at any time during the year except March and April, when it should be avoided both for fruit and ornanu ntal trese. Apples and pears should b e We can give you a combination cut taken from the tree before the ftSXSX ripening process has advanced slxa)SXa)S)SXaX'Xs) ,) far. A summer pear fully ripened in a cool, dry place not exposed to the air. The natural process of ripening on the tree appears to benefit the seed merely, ROD 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER while woody fiber is formed i n the fruit, but if the fruii be taken We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as Jong as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights off and laid away just before beginning to ripen, sugar and juce end styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. SB INCH are elaborated instead. Pears 5omc:i T7Y7Y770TIF otherwise inferior may thus be made juicy and delicious. rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. ELL WOOD WIRE FENCE Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing.' ' DEHLER BROS., ; 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. How to Avoid A toLD. The Kansas Board of Health, in a bulletin, gives some facts about colds and how to avoid them. It is asserted that stuffy room, or getting one's feet' wet does not necessarily mean that one will catch a cold, but these weaken the body so that the germs are able to get in their work. call a doctor. "You will be able to resist the Rabbits Attrack Man. germs causing colds if you keep Has the best corps of corresyour body in good condition. They used to tell in the pioneer! "Breathe pure air, avoid dust, days of Oklahoma of.ihungry pondents. take regular exercise; get plenty jack rabbits attacking men on Covers the Kentucky field per- of sleep and rest; eat wholesome the highway and lacerating the ( fectly. food, and do not sit for long hours flesh of their legs. Here is a Covers the general news field in a stuffy, close room. irue story told by a man from completely. "Colds come from the bacteria Texas County: in your mouth, teeth, nose and . "The country was snowbound Has the best and fullest mar throat; therefore, keep these recently and rabbits swarmed kets reports. parts clean." around the house of'G. W. Camp DEMOCRATIC in politics, but and snapped at him every time Wise Words by Uncle Ben. he went out doors. Finally they fair to everybody. If you would avoid limberneck, became so ferocious that he fearSEND YOUR SUBSCRIPallow no dead carcasses or maged to go out at .all. gots on your farm. things were gethngjdesper- TION RIGHT AWAY Every farmer can have plenty ' of chickens and eggs if he will. ate. Provisions were running They save meat and are more low and the hungry hordelof rab- TO THIS PAPER not to The wholesome than so much bacon. bits kept growing larger and Louisville Times. Chicken soup for dinner now and larger. Camp, had locked the barn door and kept the rabbits We will send the Cincinnati Weekly then is certainly fine. Adair County away from the horse3 and cat- Enquirer,oneyeai-,and1hLetting chickens roost in the News on year for 51.2 i. Tne Enquir tle, but the stock were bellowing is a great paper. trees is now out of date. Pure and neighing night and day. air is necessary, but it is better Are We Growing Better. "FinallayMrs. Camp suggestadministered under cover where there is no interference from ed that she scatter .Tpart of the The offer of $1,000,000 a year snow and rain. Also cold winds scant remaining provisions in ground rent for an uninhabited are known to interfere with lay- the house among the hungry coral island just off the Bermudas ing propensities. rabbits to divert their attention has been declined because it came from a syndicate of gamblers Do you notice how regularly from her husband while he went who proposed to erect a $3,000.-00- 0 your chickens pick grass even in into Lhe yard. But they got casino there and establish the cold days of winter? Grass after him, andlthe high boots he the most glittering gambling should oe provided for them all wore alone saved his legs as they house in the world. Recently the year round. Bluegrass is the snapped at him while he walked. there was a rumor that Havana best, as it stays green all winter. One big rabbitdid get through Sow seed all around the house the leather and punctured one was to become an American Monte Carlo, but the proposed leg. and barn and outbuildings. casino was not established beIf you want plenty of eggs, by "In the barnCamp found a cause the government did not all means have a woodland range big rabbit sitting in a hen's nest. care to become responsible for it. fjr your hens. Then scatter It showed its teeth and would Public gambling has ended not cracked grain in the leaves where have sprung upon him had he the hens must stratch for all not held it offjwith a pitchfork. only in America but also in many countries where it once flourished they get. Nature fashioned the One of the horses came to the without question. Germany and hen to feed in this way and man rescue and kicked it to death." can't change her habit with im- Oklhoma City Cor. Baltimore France has practically extinguished it. England did long i e punity. Don't forget that marketing your eggs right is one prime factor of success with poultry. The first thing, of course, is to sell by whole or retail. If the customer is not pleased, you will lose your trade and do no good. The first way to pleate your Marketing Eggs Even China is trying to do so, and the islands near the Unitis the season of the year when ed States will have none This of it mothers feel very much concerned over the frequent colds contracted by their even at tempting pricps. .It children, and have abundant reason for looks as if there is a world-wid- e its as every cold weakens the lungs moral uplift. Of course there is lowers the vitality and paves the way for the more serious diseases that so a great deal of surjrepitious often follow. Chamberlain's Couuh gambling and some of it is not Remedy is famous for its cures, and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by especially well hidden, but there Paull Drus Co. is little of the wide open Yariet-yago. sun. 8 t-e THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. is slowly improving. Miss Kathreen Willis enter- at a The readersi of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS days. Lost Heir game, last - Friday on the sick list for several will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling is predicted that our peach evening. It Floor Coverings of All Kinds crop will be short this year. Armon, the three year old son Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted The new telephone line from of Mr. F. G. Willis, fell against of to the practical display of immense stocks this place to Weed is completed. the stove and received a very Master Fred Murrell visited us from having to face those Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Our town has any where from painful burn on one of his hands. sand hills of Texas, and horned grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for three to five produce men per R. G. Willis, who recently re his Johnson Biggs a few days of last toads, and especially those Mexthe showing of turned from Ga., has entered the week. ican greasers. week. L. W. T. S. Lace Curtains and Draperies Plenty of ice on our creek and It has been nine degrees below Mr. W. I. Feese and Mr. Charof the best quality for summer Mr. Frank Waggener visited Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our business trip zero here, but that beats them Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our his sister, Mrs. F. G. Willis, a lie Paxton, made a use. to Campbellsville one day last horned toads and sand burs of big live store. Messrs. Heck Judd, Ed Brad-sha- few days ago. Texas. week. and S. C. Neat,grocerymen It is reported that Mr. R. M. Hello, Mr. Wilmore who are Mr. William Wilson went to Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, leave of Columbia, were shaking hands Cabbell and children will you going to put in the PresiCampbellsville last Tuesday with ( Incorporated with our merchants last week. for Mo., in a short while. dents chair this time? a fine lob of poultry. 522 and 524 West Market St. Lewis Cabbel, of Miami, was Miss Flora Powell had the Well news is scarce in this Mr. Cleve Thomas, after misfortune to" get her ankle here the first of the week. part of the country, as it is alLouisville, Kentucky. spending a few days here returnmost too cold to get out. If this Dr. L. C. Nell, is mixing with sprained a few days ago. ed to his home in Corbin, last letter is 0. K. will come again. the politicians of Frankfort this Mark, a son of Mr. Isaac Willin, week. Joe K. Sparks. Co. H. 23 Inf. has been on the sick list, but is week. On account of bad weather Fort Benjiman Harrison, Ind. Mr. Thos. Cole, one of the best better. Rev. Z. T. Williams missed his blacksmith's in this section is at Mr. David Willin has been suf- regular appointment last Sunday. P. S. I may take a wild goose chase fering with neuralgia for the work at this place. Miss Susie Kate Page was the down through Adair County, R. W. Shirley, of Milltown past week. guest of Miss Ada Feese last soon. J. S. On Thursday, Feb., 7th, Mr. Wholesale and Retail community, was in our midst Tuesday night. seventy years of J. P. Willis was last Friday. Maple Hill. We have at this place a good age, and at an early hour in the Our. Flouring ipill that has union Sunday school and invite The health of this neighborbeen out of repair for the past day the neighbors and friends all who wish to attend. All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and BIind hood is very good at this time. began to arrive, each laden with month is now ready for business Columbia, Kentucky. Mrs. R. L. Judd is on the sick d basket, and by noon a Mr. Gin Smith, is thought to again. there were seventy persons pres- list this week. be some better. Mr. Geo. H. Nell one of the Mr. S. G Banks is very feeble ent, ready to partake of the good Mr. W. A. Smith, bought a work largest tobacco growers in this writing. at this horse from L. W. Curry for $50. section is prizing his last years things. Mr3. Dr. Atkinson who has crop this week, preparatory for Mr. L. W. Curry, has bought The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al Rowe's X Roads. imbeen sick for some time is out Mr. Sherrod Hatcher's store, the Louisville market at an early Both One Year for $1.50. proving. date. and moved it to his home. Loren Miller has moved to his The big dry goods sale of Mr. Mr. Bud Salmons of Bliss, put Mr. W. A. Smith, is now farm near Denmark. T A. Ferkin was largely attend- living at his new home,, recently in several days here last week It is a boy at Walter Oaks, ed last week. fvHwwVotl working insurance. rented from Owen Stone. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID this time. You just ought to see FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Messrs. Gowen & Coomer, the Mr. J. .W. Garnett, sold a Milltown. Wool on Commission. Writs tor price its grandpap John Oaks. He is n merchants of Sparks-villbunch of hogs to W. E. Celtner list mentioning this ad. all smiles to think that there are having a large,amoum for $37; JOHN WHITE & CO, Mr. J. W. Thomas, is down will de another Republican vote at timber cut at this time on the after a while. Mr. Boles Fin, has sold his with rheumatism. farm of the late J. M. Wilson. interest in his farm to Bob Mr. C. M. Hindman, was on Bill Akers is quite sick thi Misses Eula and Bertha Mar- -' Kinnard, Red Lick, seven nice Mrs. Blakey Dulin, who has Hatcher and has moved to his the sick last week. week. tin, were in Columbia one day 3 oats at 4cents per pound last father-inlawbeen an invalid almost for a year Mr. Sherrod Hatchw ?ek last week. Mr, Cleve Thomas, of Corbin, My old friend, Dogwood John or so, is in a very critical condier. Kerns there are so many John's visited at Mrs. ate Thomas', sevMisses Emma and Clara; I would be glad to see another tion at this time. Mr. P. P. Smith, has rented among them we have to nick- eral days of last week. Robertson, were the guests of letter from St. Charles Iowa. Let Squire Luther Bell of Nell, was Mr. John Karne's place and is name them to get them.apart is " Misses Bertha and Audra Dilling- us hear from again couisin" Mr. Frank Collins, of Campbelnow moving to it. in our town last Monday and reno better. He is very poorly. ham last Saturday night. lsville, bought of differnt parties ports everything in his section Mr. Irvm Bennett and wife, Rev. Scott will preach at this John C. Hadley and Logan here 85 hogs at 5h and 5 cents Mr. Dempsy Rice, of Holmes, moving along quietly. . visited at Mr. H. T. Smiths last Coffey, both had horses to die per pound. and Miss Nannie East, were place Saturday, and Sunday, his The extreme cold weather for last week. The cause is not Messrs Noel Thomas and Geo. Sunday. Rev regular time. married last Wednesday, Miss Mary Page, visited her VV. S. Dudgeon officiating. delayed known. the past two weeks has Mr. Joe Hestand. whom I reChester visited friends in Gradybrother, Mr. Roger Page, a day tne worK or J. Jt. bmitn newi Leo and Laura Hadley were ville, last Sunday, Messrs. Joe A. Bryant and ported quiet ili at his' home Flat or so last week. farm building. visiting at their grandpa's, last Misses Grace, Cary. and Cora Burt Bryant, are on the sick list, Rock. Has about recovered. Miss Annie and Dollie Bennett, J. A. Diddle was at Portland week. we hope to see them out soon. Squires, of Summer Shade, visitMisses Delpha and Gertrude spent the day with their sister' Thursday and Friday on last of near Kinnard and brother Rose from Mr. Art Morris, Uncle Jonathan Blakey says ed at Mrs. Pate Thomas last SatMrs. W. A. Smith, last Thursbusiness. Hoviou?, was here a few days Red Lick, visited Miss Mary and tell his friends that there won't urday and Sunday. day. n Mr. Wesley Parson the ago. be any birthday dinner at his Miss Nora Sherrill, o f GradySidm Walker recently. blacksmith of this place house this year, that he is not ville, visited at Mr. C. M. Hind-man- 's Absher. Messrs. G. M. Rice and C. C. Mrs. Mary E. Rose spent sevput in last week at the carper-ter- s able to fix for it. several days of last week. Penfro, made a business trip to eral days last week with her sis--tMiss Annie Robertson, is bench near Sulphur well. Plum Point a few days ago. Mis G. W. Nell at Grady vill. Mr. J. R. Tutt, was in Grady- spending Leslie Murphy has moved back a few days with her Notwithstanding the extreme to Esto, and Beldon Helm has ville, on business last week. Messrs. J. D. Lowe J. Q AlexMrs Cattle Bell began school sister, Mrs. Sam Smith. ihigh prije of grass seed, this taken his place at preacher Had- 'Mr. W. S. Hindman, was i n ander and a Mr Edwards, were here the third Monday in Janu Mr. R. O. Dillingham, entered season our farmers are placing ley 's. to see our new merchant, Mr. G. ary and with a good attendance Greensburg, o n business last school at the L. W. T. S. a few their orders just the same. We C. Russell a few days ago. week. and the prospects of good school. days ago. take it that this is certainly Elmer Rippetoe wants me to say Misses Mary and Rena CunEggs at this place are 33 cents right conception of the matter, to the public that he is in the Mr. Guy Farris and Miss Mat-ti- e diff, were the gues s t f Mrs. They are we study for a moment dertakers business at his home per dozen, this week. Martin, visued at Mrs. Mat-ti- e Amanda East last Wednesday nd call to mind the many hard near Denmark, in Russell county, higher than they have been this Martin's last Saturday night night. washing rains that we have had and that he can furnish you with winter. -and Sunday. Mr. Fred Humphress, was at especially in this big creek sec a walnut or poplar coffin or a Messrs. ES. Rice, this place.4 New Knifleyone day last week. Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind.' tion in the last few years, it be- casket, prices from $12 up to $30 and Mont Bault, of Holmes, hooves us to prepare our hill side He will guarantee his work. You n.ade a business trip to ColumNell. lands for these washing rains can phone him from any point in Dictionary bia last Saturday. Feb., 8th '12. and there is only one safe way to the country. Editor News: Mis.5 Judelle Robertson, spent THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? Mrs. Lizzie Pulliam, who has do this, and that is to sow plenty Twill again try to write the one day last week at H. B. NEW ceea- Mrs. Mollie Helm was married J? Because been real sick, for several days. of grass seed. Save and imTIOIT, covering every News a few lines. Robertson's. field of the world's thought, last Sunday, February the 4th, I am giad to report some prove your land while you can. action and culture. The only-neWe are occupying the most unabridged dictionary in to Mr. Golie Coffey, of Montpe-lie- r. at this time. Mr. ' Garlin "Weatherford, of many years. modern post in the United States, Joppa. Elder Charley Deener of Xnifley, was1 in this neighborMr. Herbert Holladay, left last Because ' definea over 400,0,00 and we old Kentucky boys are iruiiu, vmjko Luuucver ficiated. hood one day last week. week for Georgia, before appeared between two f all together. I have met more covers. 2700 Pages. 6000 'Gettipg wood and making fires Mrs. Zula Beebe of Echo Kv friends here, than any other Mrs. Lee Robertson, spent last Will Tiller's wife is very far Ts alb the menare doing at presMonday with her brother,, Mr.! who spent two weeks with her H Because ' Ul8 ony dictionary with the new divided "" back this week. She can't talk. place I have been. I didnt '' page. A trefce-ot- ' Genius." ent. Ow'mother Mrs 'C. C. Kinnard, re so many pals until I 'Mr.B. F. Thomas." know I had Consumption is the troub!e. ,j .. ,, , v' Be'casse iiia arueneyelopadia in -- .community Tljtf'health Of this p.ame here. There are Sam Tur- a single volume. Mrs. J-- H, Morris,and: turned to ner(tiome Monetae iBl . .rrait: i'L' .r - pT&r;. :i .. QA ,, . -i h''. . ,. Mr. and Selbyarrd"Cfn'arley Ham 'exception ifc is veryjgood'fiWitlr Uriah by the is a'ufe ner and waiter Tarter, who are tT 4 ww sa? sg trooui $wvv H ! xresa aa Courts. Rfilinnl. CV r. 4S 1" mondvpaSserri figrVtiiisweek with .' j. or prominent ooiumDia iam-- , zno one l.t. an. f COjdS..rj CS 3j0tp fpiB aeva i"Mw B orii4ri3tC- both ,sonv:s.,AmsrLanaGJge,c jwerenat. ."ee" cc?a jIrsC W. bWqicBMdktf&tf jStwho aVdfcTve'fgood cattle for the i hes, ana my oier inena ,a- Snccess. 3ias been:a;sufferer from ..neural-.gi- a, ,sprmg"5ma&St . 'SelBy arfavHMbMSdfhSBfeSft and I could . lMr.wTomRiee.f.mde.fli?inrQH. P. Bell Red Lick spent you about this new Let ns tail work. - ... -. 'many (Hfigfi of trip ,to Watson, one day last Tnesdaywithv his. parents; J.(K5y is.improying. i ,rr p imornds are 'great It JUTS far ryrtw-- a 0. awr . John W. Blakey's wife is some that section of the country, and week, .also Messrs. Owen Brock- - Bell. Mrs. G. B. Yates .has been aCKJLRlAHCO..NUix.SSRU-,- 1 Mt f peek, up. all I have met are for several weeks, but better this week. quite'-sicMr. T. B. Combs sold to J. H. man and Will Rice. w Mrs. Geo. H. Nell has been tained a few of her "friends soldiers. , It makes me feelproud to hear ' We are having plenty snow one of my superiors say that old and cold weather. Kentucky is full of good old solMr. Charlie Paxton has bought diers. It is thought that we will a new broom winding machine be rushed back to the border if and expects to go into business further troubles arise in Mexico. soon. I hope that good luck will keep Cane Valley. first-class HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLfcNDORFF r. Sandusky & Co. LUMBER well-fille- ii well-know- e, FURS AND HIDES STiSS. jmmmm i s, Bet-tie.- j ! I ! i well-know- i er un-Wh- en VMrOMI Webster's International x i im-provm- ont - . -- -- m' .... 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