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Moss Married Miss Canda Williams On To February Seventh. ILL MAKE THEIR HOME AT The following invitation has been received by friends at this place. The intended groom was at one time pastor of the Columbia Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gilbert invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter Una Belle to GREENSBURG. Henry A. Moss, a stave dealer a brother of Judge N. H. Moss, of this place, and Miss Canda "Williams were married at Somerset on the date given above. The groom was born and reared near Gradyville this county, and has been a rery successful man dealing in staves for a number of years. The bride is a very popular young lady. She is a neice of Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw, of this place, and Mrs. R. P. Breeding, of Breeding. The couple are at present at Burnside where the groom is receiving and shipping staves. Later their home will be at Greensburg where Mr. Moss has been located for quite a number of years. The mans friends of the groom in this county extend their best wishes. Mr. well-know- n Rev. Leronzo T. Reeves on Wednesday afternoon Feb. twenty- five thirty o'clock Woodlawn Baptist Church Birmingham, Alabama At Home first nineteen hundred and twelve at West at after February twenty-fir- st Cullman Alabama Jamestown, Circuit Court. The February term of the Russell circuit court commenced at Jamestown Monday morning. There are about the usual number of cases on the docket, and the business will not be concluded the first week. A very fair crowd was in town the first day, and court was opened promptly at the usual hour. Married. The grand jury is composed of twelve good men who will do their duty in an attempt to run down evil doers. Judge On Thursday, the 15th, inst., Miss Carter gave his usual instruction and Annie Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs by the noon hour the jury was ready to A. B. Cox, who live on the pike 2 1 begin business. The deputy sheiffs milus from Columbia, was married to will be kept busy several days, sumMr Albert Bright, of Marion county. moning witnesses. The officiating clergyman was Rev. J. A, Johnson. The ceremony was impressive and was witnessed by the bride's home folks and a few special friends. The bride was one of Adair county's best young ladies and the groom is a prosperous merchant, stockman and farmer of Calvary Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for the home of the groom, carrying the best wishes of many Adair coun- Passing Away. ex-Fede- ral ty friends. Quarterly Meetings. Greensburg, Earl ey Feb. 10-Greensburg Circuit, Poplar Gr. 11 12-1- 3. Campbellsville Sta. Feb. 8. Campbellsville Circuit, Asberry 17-1- The soldiers of Adair County, and at one time there were quite a number, are fast passing into the other world, a number havintr died in the last twelve months. Last week we noticed eight or ten, at different times, on the square, not one of them less than seventy-on- e years old, and all of them looking broken in health, and according to nature thev can not h& here many more years. Of the n federate soldiers who went out from Adair county, only five are living. It Feb. is our wish that those who wore the blue and those who donned the gray may yet be permitted to live happily many more days. ex-CoFeb-1S-19 The weather has been delightful for -UL of the moat delightful social on Live Stock Latest Quotations the past week. given by events of the season was Misses Bessie Davenport and Callie Mr. B. H. Gilpin was here afew days Squire Luther Bell, of Nell, was in CATTLE Hammonds, at the home of Mr. and ago. our midst one day last week. Mrs. W. G. Smith, Dunnville, Ky., on Shipping steer $5.506.00 Mr. R. Durham, of Greensburg, was Quite a number of plant beds were Beef steers the evening of the 14th. 5.2o(a,'ul5 The house was artistically decorated here last week. 4254.75 burned and sown in this section last Fat heifers and cows in hundreds of floating hearts. Pink Cutters 2.0o3.00 Mr. G. P. Burress is in Columbia, week. 1.002,2o Canners and blue being the color scheme of the taking up staves. 2. 253.00 I Geo. E. Nell is on the tobacco mar- Bulls evening. The Leap Year idea was Mr. J. F. Vancieave, Cave City, was ket in Louisville, this week. Feeders 4.154.75 carried out to the letter. The young Stockers 2.753.75 ladies escorting, their beaux to and here a few days ago. Attorney Paul Smythe, of Columbia, Choice milch cows O from the party. On their arrival each Miss Kate Russell has been quite was at this place one day last week. Common to fair cows . . . 15.00-35.0- 0couple was ushered into the parlor sick for several days. where they plucked from the tree of HOGS D C. Wheeler sold a mule colt one i fortune a couple of hearts that told in a Rev. J. A. Johnson, of Mannsville, day last week for $110. That don't Choice 210 up 6.40 very witty verse which couple was to was here Friday. ' 6.25 Mediums, 165 to 210 look like they are going down much. , be united in a mock marriage. Miss 5.45 Pigs days Mr. Rollin Hurt spent several Callie Hammonds and Mr. T. Williams Mr. Calvin Coomer, one of Breedings 5.40 Roughs were the fortunate couple. Mr. W. O. of last week in Frankfort. best citizens, was in our city last TuesSHEEP AND LAMBS Marksbury acted as parson and perMr. E. Moore, J amestown, was here day. 5.00 6.00 Best lambs formed the ceremony in a manner the latter part of last week. C. S. Bell and Lucien Bardin, of Nell, Culls 2.50.300 suitable to the occasion. Drs. Alper and Hancock, the optici3.00-4.Fatsheep Immediately after the ceremony ans, will be Jamestown this week. were in our midst one day last week. at GRAIN. refreshments were se"rved. The guests Strong Hill was looking after some Mr. J. W. Cook, Hardware sales0; were ushered to the dining-roowhich Wheat was beautifully decorated in the colors man, called on our merchants recently. business transaction in the western part Corn of the county last Friday. of the evening, and in the center of the Mr. J. E. Lane, of Glasgow, travelLocal Market. table was a Cupid statute armed with ing salesman, was here a few days Mr. Porter Sexton, who had the misdrawn bow and arrow and a souvenir ago. fortune to get his leg broken last Fall, heart for each guest. The occasion 20; Mr. B. H. Gilpin, Campbellsville, has recovered sufficiently to ride" to j Eggs will be long and pleasantly remember9; Hens see our grocerymen lst Thurs- town. X called to ed by all present. 7 Chickens day. Mr. J. D. Walker was transacting Cocks ' Miss Carrie Bradshaw, Montpelier, business in Columbia, last Thursday. Will Remove To Lancaster. 10j Turkeys was shopping in Columbia last Friday. 8) Geese Charlie Sparks is the lucky one. He Mr. T. R. Stults, whois now engaged 9; Mr. A. C. Pulliam and Mr. J. E. Ducks was awarded the mail contract from in the insurance business and who has Hamilton, of Nell, were here a few 14j Wool fall clipping. . . been assigned Garrard and Boyle counColumbia to this place, and also from days ago. Wool spring clipping. 27 ties', will remove his family from this here to Edmonton. He received the S Hide3 (green) Mr. J. B. Barbee went to Louisville place to Lancaster, his head quarters. 44 Feathera notice last week Mr. Stults' son, Ewing, is with his Friday and from there he will probably 00 Ginseng Rev. G. W. Pangburn filled his reg- father m the insurance business. Mr. go to Florida. 50 Beeswax Stults is one of the best known men in Mr. F. W. Miller of Eunice was in ular appointment at this place last Sun- Yellow Root Adair county, having been circuit court town Saturday and left a dollar with day, with a very interesting sermon. May Apple (per lb) clerk for twelve years, and his many The News. Produce was in great demand on our friends will regret his departure. He Mr M. Cravens, who holds a position market last week. Eggs sold at 30cts Commissioner's Sale. has an excellent family and we take at Frankfort, spent Saturday and Sun- per dozen, and chickens pleasure in commending it to the good at lOcts per people of Lancaster. The removal will day at home. pound. Several produce men were on ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT take place as soon as good weather KENTUCKY. Mr. J, E. Snow and Mr. Jo Maupin, the market. comes. &c Plff. Virgie 35.00-45.C00 m 90-5- To-da- y. ( : ' . ! . Mannsville, Circuit, 14-- 15. Merrimac Feb. Some Adair County Hogs, 3,794; valued at $48,169. was consumed by fire. The outbuildTotal number of voters, white and ing? were also burned. Mr. Watson and his family were away from home, colored, 3,514. Dogs listed, 1,017. attending a funeral. There was no inSheep, 3.835; valued at $7,545. surance, making the loss very serious. Mr. S. N. Hancock, who has conducted a silversmith and watchmaking shop in this place for some time, has sold his outfit to his competitor, Mr. L E. Young. Mr. Hancock has formed a partnership with Dr Alper and will turn his attention exclusively to optica', work, having had a number of years experience in that line. A The total assessd value of the property of Adair County is $3,271,901; of this the farm lands amount to $1,566,765; Gradyville, Pickett's Chapel Mch. 2 3. town property, $313,902. The personal W. F. Hogard. property, $1,390,674, a decrease in all classes of property below that of last years. $141,304. The greatest reduction Dwelling Burned. was in farm lands. Mules in the County, 2,323; valued at S163.194. Sunday of last week the dwelling Horses, 4,594; valued at $226,387. feouse and all its contents, the property Cattle, 6,354; valued at $103,924. ef Mr. Loyd Watson, near Mt. Carmel, 21-227-2- Casey Creek, Pine Grove Feb 1G. Columbia Feb. 5. Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel Feb. Statistics. 8. Quarterly Meeting. The second Quarterly Meeting on the Columbia charge will be held next Saturday and Sunday. We will have the Love Feast, and communion on Sunday. Let every Methodist make Frir day a day of fasting and prayer for the blessings of heaven upon these meetings. J. w. Weldon, Pastor. I Card of ThanKs. The game of basket ball last Saturday evening between the Lindsay-Wilso- n and Monticello resulted in a victory for the visiting team, the score being 25 to 10. There was a fairly good ciowd to witness the contest and from start to finish was interesting. We desire to express our thanks to ur friends and neighbors for their kind assistance through the sickness and death of our baby. We als thank the physicians for their close attention Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denney. Wholesale grocery Company has removed their goods from Mr. Sam Lewis' place of business to the building.owned by Mr. J. T. Pag formerly used as a skating rink. The business is managed by Messrs Bruce Taylor and Lee Grissom. Mr. I. C. Harmon of Edith, suffered a stroke of paralysis on the 3rd of this month. His entire left side is invalid. At this date indications of improvement are noticed and his recovery is expected in a few weeks. Mrs. Easter Dohoney, of this place. fche was considerably about recovered. The Cumberland that more real danger lurks in a common cold than in any other of the minor ailments? The safe way is to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable prenara- (tion. and rid vourself of th ia , quickly as possible. This remedy is for sale by Paull Drug Co. Mrs. Wilburn, who was the widow of Samuel Wilburn, died at Glenville, a few days ago. The funeral services were conducted hy Eld. F. J. Barger. She was quite an aged lady. Do you know vfho is in her 94th year, fell during the day. Friday and Saturday nights, this cold days while walking in the yard. ! week. A splendid show last Saturday The Parlor Circle will be open Tues hurt:' but has night. .Everybody invited Preston Miller, of this place lost a Mrs. Sallie J. Wilson, of Russell . fine saddle horse on the 16th. from over Spring, fell and dislocated her shoulder, feeding.4 Tol Miller, D. V. S. assisted sufferinggreatly since. by Jim K. were in attendance. A five room cottage for rent. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. Born to the wife of Felix Reynolds, on 18th, a daughter. 0. Whitehead ) vs Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yates, of Port) Silas G. Tarter &c Def. Died. land, spent a day or so visiting their By virtue of a judgment and Order Miss Kate Butler and Miss Iva DudThe residents of Columbia are in geon Campbellsville, called at the News many friends and relatiyes in our town of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- last week. sympathy with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Den- Office last Saturday. thereof, 1912, i ed at the January Term, ney, who lost a six month's old daughter Mr. J. S. Kmniard, of Red Lick, was in the above cause, for the sums of $100- last Wednesday night. It was a victim Mr. Wm. Irvine, of Russell Springs, in this section one day last week, look- with interest from October the Sth, of pneumonia. Religious services were visited his daughter, Mrs W. H. Wil190S, and S17. probable cost, and ilOO. ing after cattle. conducted at the home by Eld. Z. T. son and grandchildren last week. with interest from October Sth, 1908, Williams, and the interment was in the Rev. J. R. Crawford, of Columbia, subject to credit of $25. paaid NovemMr. J. A. and Mr. Basil Chapman, city cemetery. It is hard for parents who are merchants at Fairplay, were passed through our place last Friday, ber the 9th 190S. and $20 probable cost. to give up an offspring, but they should in the Lousville market last week. en route for Edmonton, where he will I shall proceed to offer for sale at the remember that Christ said: Suffer little Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to Mr J. O. Russell and wife, Mrs. G. fill his appointment, and spend a few the highest bidder, at Public Auction, children to come unto me for such is the Kingdom of heaven. 7. Staples and Mis3 Julia Eubank left days in the community. ; on Monday the 4th day of March, 1912, ' for the Cincinnati market yesterday at onc o'clock p. m or thereabout, Messrs. Dock Walker, Arvest Hill Wanted. morning. and E. Dunbar, students of the L. W. (being County Court) upon a credit of six months the following described Mr. O. T. Edwards, who teaches in A good live man to sell Singer Sew- Summer Shade district, was in Colum- T. S., spent last Saturday and Sunday property, to wit: A certain tract of ing Machines, and collect in Adair land situated in Adair Connty, Ky., at bia Saturday, accompanied by Mr. J. EI, in our midst. county. Good wages and pay every Caldwell. Mr. Eugene Nell, one of our pros the top of Dug Hill, on the Stanford Saturday night. Address Road. Said tract contains about Mrs. J. R. Hindman und Miss Pearl eerous merchants has had an G. R. Holt. but there is reserved therefrom Hindman, who have been visiting in bridge put up to span the stream Campbellsville Ky. that portion of said boundary which Louisville and Bowling Green, returned in front of his residence. Mr. Nell is lV2t lies on the West side of the Stanford home Friday night. preparing for another high tide. We Road and contains about 10 acres For The county roads are said to be in complete description reference is made Messrs. J. F. Montgomery, Rollin see where he is exactly right. a better condition than for years in the Hurt and Judge n. C. Baker, members to the judgment and order of sale of Drs. S. N. Hancock, of Columbia, past. While they are good is the time ot record in Order Book No. 12, Page 546 the Columbia bar, attend the Russell to work them. The overseers know circuit court this week. and Dr. Alper, of Owenton, opticians, of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's Ofthe bad places that wet weather makes spent a day or so in our city last week, fice. almost impassable, hence now is the Mr. O. B. Bertram, of Jamestown, and did For the purchase price, the purchasa fair business for their first time to fill up with metal. was here to attend the funeral and er, with approved surety or securities, burial of Mr. and Mrs Silas Denney's visit. must execute Bond, bearing legal interlittle child, Mrs. Denney being his r. In conclusion I want to say to my est from day of sale until paid, and SALT POR SALE. friend, Jo K. Sparks, who at present is having the force and effect of a judgI have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, ment. Bidders will be prepared to Mr. C. A. Walker, of Glensfork, was stationed over inthe good old State of which cost only 15 cents more than the comply promptly with these terms. Monday and stated that his Indiana, in uncle Sam's business, that 5 bushel barrel which you buy else- in town W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. grandson. Brice, was teaching in we all love to read his letters through 33-- 3 1 where. Sam Lewis. Oklahoma and was getting along nicely, The News, and we will be glad to see Commissroners Sale. Also that Willie Holmes has accepted his face once more in old Gradyville, a position as teacher in Georgia. Who Preaches Next Sunday. ana near them call the roll. Ve must ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Mary D. Pattesoo, a little daughter say to him that the election of a DemKENTUCKY. Columbia, Rev. . R. Crawford. of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Patteson, sufEddie Wilkerson &c Plff. ocratic President is sure in November, Columbia, Eld. Z. T. Williams. V3 fered greatly for several weeks with a ) Columbia, Rev. W. F. Hogard. rising in her head. Last Wednesday. and if it is left for his old friend to d- - Sallie Wolford Sc Def. By viitue of a judgment and Order of Tabor, Rev. J. W. Nelson. Dr. C 'r. Russell used the lancet, giv- cide, it will be Dr. Woodrow Wilson, Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rtndered Salem, in Taylor, Rev. D. H. Hower-to- ing entire relief, putting the patient on of New Jersey. at the January Term thereof, 1912, in the high road to recovery. Married, on the 14th., at the resi- the above cause. I shall proceed to of. We learn f ronua private source that Mr. R. W. Lyon, of Campbellsville, dence of Rev. Paynes, Miss Lena Pick- fer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Mrs. Annie Meader, the widow of Mr. n to every body in Adair ett to Mr. Allen Kemp. This union is Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, Monday the 4th John C. Meader, who died in this place, county, is a victim of pneumonia and the culmination of a long courtship. at Public Auction, on 1 sick for the past week. day of March, 1912,. at o'clock p m., sixteen or eighteen years ago, will be has been quite The bride, is the daughter, of Mr. and or thereabout, (being County Court,) married in Somerset in the near future He. is a traveling salesman and has to Mr. James Bates, an eldery gentle- been greatly missed from his territory. Mrs. Thos. Pickett, of East Fork, for upon a credit of six months the followHis friends hope to see him out in a merly of this place. The groom is one of i ing described property, to wit: Four man, also a citizen of Somerset few days. our best citizens and farmers, a son of certain tracts of land situated in Adair County, Kentucky, on the waters of SicK List. To dwell in the land of sunshine and Mr Squire Kemp, of this community. Casey's Creek. The first tract conflowers, to reach forth the hand and We are glad to note tnat, Mr. and Mrs. tains about 50 acres; the second tract Squire John Eubank, is improving. pluck delicious fruit from tree and vine Kemp, will reside near this place. We contains 402 acres; the third tract con is the privilege only of those who dwell J, V. White; is slowly improving. extend to them the right hand of con- tains 25 acres; and the fourth tract in the semitropical clime of our Southcontains about 4 acres. All join, and Mrs. Kate Smith and Miss Jennie ern country. Florida, the so called' gratulation, wishingthem a long and will be sold in one body. Said lands are Barbee, are both reported better. mecca of America, the land of perpet- prosperous life. known as the Samuel Beard Farm, and S G. Denney, was confined to, his ual youth, where sweet odors are waftreference is made to the judgment and ed from ever blooming flowers, is reachroom, the first of the week. Mr. A. K. Rupe. of near Breeding, order of sale for more complete deing out to the interior of our country was operated on for appendicitis by Dr. scription. If you want to keep posted during and taking many of our good citizens If O A ! ff T.nnonnn ' loef Qnn)nn Tf-, For the ptrchase price, the purchas- the year 1912, subscribe for the Daily who seek pleasure and profits. On learn that he is ... as well Monday morning Mr. Frank Waggoner could oe expected ?rer. with approved surety dr securities; Courier-Journa- l. The price of the C.J. care a mu t execute Bond, bearing legal in-Murray, bade adieu to is $6.00 a year, but if you will send your and Mr. Albin trained nurse. terest from the day of sale until paid. subscription to The News office, we will their many friends here and left for land having the force and effect of a furnish the Daily Courier-Journand th above mentioned promised land, Mrs. Adaline Turner, who was quite judgment. Bidders will be prepared to our paper one year each for $4.00. This but in due time we hope to again meet an old lady, died-aRussell Spring one "comply promptly with these terms. offer is good during January and the red clay hills of Adair. on W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner..--'day last week. February. of Russell Springs, last Thursday. were in Columbia ! 60J-acres- , up-to-d- sis-ce- 1 ( n well-know- H i . I !,..,: -- al t - THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR' CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY ( H. Absher &c Plaintiff, S. vs Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR 'CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY by Bruce Mont- - f Willie Wilson i gomery Gdr. Plff. vs J. F Montgomery Exor. of E. I J. Watkins, Will,&c Deft. 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 door offer for sale at the Court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th day of March 1912, at one o'clock p. m. or thereabout (being County Courr,) upon a credit of six months the followTwo ing described property certain tracts of land situated in Adair County, Ky., on the waters os Butlers Fork The first tract contains 931 aores and the second tract contains 95J acres and are known as the E. D Watkins lands. Said lands have been rented for the year 1012 and will be sold subject to said rental. For complete description raference is made to the judgment and order of sale For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, hearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. jW A. Coffey, Master Commissioner to-w- it: i J W. Absher &c By virture of a Defendant '( 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 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 e to-wi- the obove cause, I shall proceed tooffVr door in Cofor sale at the Court-hous- e lumbia, Ky , to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th day of March 1912. at one o'clock p. m. or thereabout (being County court,) upon a credit of six months the following de A certain scribed property tract of land situated in Adair county Kentucky containing 213 acres Said land is known as the Martha Wething-todower. Reference is made to the Commissioner's Sale. judgment and order of sale for more complete description. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with aporoved surety or securities, ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the nay of sale until paid, Goldie Grider &c Plaintiff, vs and having the force and eff ctof a Richard Hadley &c Defendant ) judgment Bidders will be prepared to By virture of a judgment and Order comply promptly with these terms. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. ed at the January Term, thereof, 1912 in the above cause, I shall proceed to Commissioner's Sale. door offer for sale at the Court-housin Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, day of March 1912, at one o'clock p. m. KENTUCKY. or thereaoout (oeing County Court.) up- G. E. Nell Plff., ) vs on a credit of six months the fol owing Def. ) t: cer- Gideon Four described property, By virtue of a judgment and order tain tracts of land situated in Adair County Kentucky on the waters of of sale of Adair Circuit. Court, renderCabin Fork The first tract contains ed at January Term, therof. 1912, in 9J acres; the second tract contains 6J the above cause, for the sum of Two dollars and acres: the tnira tract contains ibft Hundred and Twenty-Tw- o with the interest at the j Eiehty cents acres; the . . fourth tract contains 6 ,i !. acres said lour tracts win ine soiai to rate of 6 per cent., per annum from the gether These lands are a part of the 5th day of January, 1911, until paid, farm near Montpelier, Ky,f known as and $35.10 costs herein, I shall proceed the Allen Murrah farm. Reference is to offer for sale at the Court house made to the judgment and order of sale j door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, for more complete description. the 4th day of March 1912, at 1 o'clock, For the purchase price, the purchaser p m , or the about (being County with approved surety or securities.must Court) upon a credit of six months the execute Bond, bearing legal interest following described property, A from the dav of sale until paid and certain tract of land situated in Adair having the force and effect of a JudgCounty Kentucky, near Gradyville, ment Bidders will be prepared to known as tne Preston land containing comply promptly with these terms. 5U acres. For complete description ref--' W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. erence is made to the judgment of of record in Order Book No , 12 Page Court .Clerk's j 538 of the Adair Circuit Commissioner's Sale. Office. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or se-- ( curities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. paid, and having the force and effect of ' a judgment. Bidders will be prepared ( B. S. Miller &c Plaintiff, vs to comply promptly with these terrns ' PrisciUa Jones &c Defen lant ( W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. y virture of a judgment and Order of Snle of Adair Circuit Court, render Commissioner's Sale. ed at the January Term, thereof. 1912, in the above cause, I shall proceed to door offer for sale at the Court-hous- e ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, j KENTUCKY. at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th Frank Burton &c Plff, ) day" of March 1912, at one o'clock p m. vs J or thereabout (being County Court ) up- Nona Jones &c Def. on a credit of six months the following By virtue of a judgment and Order Two cer of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- described property tain tracts of lands situated in Adair j ed at the January Term, thereof, 1912, County Ky., on the waters of Crocus in the above cause, I shall proceed to Creek. The first ttact contains G2 offer fpr sale at the Court-hous- e door acres and the second tract contains in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bid about 18 acres. The said tracts are j der, at Public Auction, on Monday, the known as the Jeff Jones land, Said! 4th day of March,v 1912, atone o'clock lands will be sold subject to the home- - p' m , or thereabout (being County stead rights of Prisccilla Jones and Court,) upon a credit of six months the ChiHie Jones. Reference is make to following described property to wit: the judgment for more complete dis-- i Three certain tracts of land situated in cnption Adair County, Kentucky, on the waters For the purchase price, the purchaser of Green River. The first tract conwith approved surety or securities, must tains about 115 acres, and is the same execute Bond, bearing leal interest land on which the dwelling house of from the, day of sale until paid, and Matthew Burton deceased, is situated. having the force and effect of a judg- The second tract joins the first, and ment. Bidders will be prepared to contains about 136 acres. The third tract is a timbered tract, containing comply promptly with these terms. about 48 acres, and lies nearby the W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. first two tracts. For complete descrip-to-wi- Mr. Stephen Humphress and 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 43 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 as the Green land containing 5 J acres, a tract of land lying on the waters of Green river known as the Grant land containing 862 acres For complete description reference is made to the judgm nt and order of sale of record in Order Book No 12 Page 313 ol the Ad'dir Circuit Cour.t Clerks office. I wiil first offer said lands in 3 Jots as follows: The 3 shares Humphress land containing 6G acres together The ." acre tract known as Home place, the 100 acre tract and 43i acre tract known as the Murrell land together, the San ders tract, the Green tract and the Grant tr.ct containing 142J acres to getner. I will then offer all the land together and accept the bid or bids that bring the most money. 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 judg ment. Bidders will be prepare! to promptly comply with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. land contain7-- 8 ing tion reference is made to judgment in Order Book No., 12 Page 567 of Adair Circuit Court Clerk's Office. The three above mentioned tracts constitute what is known as the Matthew Burton Farm The shares of Estel Ray Spires, Ella May Spires, Delta Burton, Hazel Powell, Serena Burton and Bridget Burton in this land, shall not be paid by the purchasers, but shall remain a lien upon the land bearing interest until said parties arrive at the age of 21 years, or their guardian shall execute bond as required by section 493 of Civil Code. Eor 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 prepar-to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. d record in Order Book No. 12, Page 546 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's Of- NJi fice. XXXXXWXXXXmiXXXXXXX For the purchase price, the purchas- x er, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and ili JN having the force and effect of a judg- SI K ment. Bidders will be prepared to XIX fx comply promptly with these terms. xix IN W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. xix tx IN. Special Bargain xtx ix NIX K ?K XJX IN Ella. kn-iw- Health of this community is Mi v XIX very good at present. not xrx Mi IN We are still having some very MX xK bad weather. Mi ix Mrs. Sarah Thomas, who has been sick for some time, is imCommissioner's Sale. proving at this writing. xix The infant child of Mr. Willie xrx ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT is KENTUCKY. Goodin, died last Saturday. The Mi rs JohnT Burton &c Plff. ) v remains were laid to rest in the xin vs ) Mary T. Grant &c Def. cemetery, near Ella, Sunday Mi By virtue of u judgmentand Order of XlX evening. IN Sale of Adair Circuit. Court, rendered NIX at the July Term, thereof, 1912, in the Mrs. Sarah Abrelland daughter, Tin Mi above cause, I shall proceed to offer for TN were visiting in Russell Co., last NIX e door in Columsale at the In IN. Court-hous- IS Rate Good Only During Janu- as xjx XIN XI ary and February. Daily CouierJournal one year and the Adair Couuty News one year... Daily CourierJournaI six months and News one year Daily CourierJournal three months and News one year 2n XX IN xTx xix $4.00 i!i rx XiX Commissioners' Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. &c Plaintiff, ( Cora Bernard j vs John Walker &c Defendant ( By virture of a Judgment and Order of sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 1912, in t: n bia, Ky , to the h'ghest bidder at pub lie auction, on Monday, the 4th day of March, 191L, at one o'clock, p. m., or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months, the following drescribed property to wit: Two cer tain tracts of Ian i situated in Aristjr County, in Little Cake, Ky.. on the wa - ' ters of Green River. The first tract contains about S acres, and the second tract contains about 35 acres. For; complete description reference is made to judgment in Order Hook No 12, Page 562 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's Office. The shares of Este' Ray Spires, Ella May Spires, Mitchell Burton, Vernie Hurton, Dollie Burton. Hazel Powell, Delta Burton and Cora Burton will not be paid by the purchaser, but will remain a lien upon the land sold, bearing interest until said parties shall become 21 years of age, or until their Guardian and committees execute Bond as required by Section 493 of Civil Code. For the Durchase 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 i week. vix The little child of Mr. G. Williams, is on the sick list. iVlrs- - B. """In In xi nix in nix Jn $2.75 $2.00 xix tx Mi XIN -- xrx j va rlKe, was Visiting at J. B. AbrelPs last Wednesday. Mr- - li Mi 'IN $ vX R L- - Neat, is on the sick -- IC K rx list. A. 'N XJX xjx tiZTZL W. bad accident happened near TV Ella last Sunday evening about Mi In;; four o. clock, Mr. Tom MontgomIN ery, was running his horse. It K xix fell with him and rolled over him. 'IN He got up and lead his horse IN about a half mile, he then got on 'In " Nt his brother's TIx hishorseandrodeto house, called him out and told NK IN 'IN him he was killed. He then Xl ?K went into the house and began to 'N Drav. He nraved until about 4 Xl IN o'clock Monday morning when he IN Tom was a nice boy, had N died. NIX CmPly Prmi,t,yany friends and will be ereatly IX xir IN A. Coffey, Master Commissioner missed by all the young men, who In knew him. ' ?IN Commissfoner's Sale. Miss Lizzie Abrell, visited (X NL. I During Year xrx We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List XIX i NJX X XIX IN eg XIN tN K 2n NJX rx j I e ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY, Eddie Wilkerson &c Plff. ) : Misses. Bettie and Bertha Bryant, Nk: IN last Friday. Mi IN X IN m xtx xix K 4i to-wi- -. I to-wi- t: j Sailie Wolford &c Def. Short Mods. By viitue of a judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term thereof, 1912, in Itseemq to he thp Pen season the above cause. I shall proceed to of j f er for sale at the Court-hous- e door in j for the grizzly bears. Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, wearmff mustard poultice is a at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th day of March, 1912, at i o'clock p m., jpoor way to keep warm, , . or thereabout, (being County Court.)! m. ' inere nES Deen a noticeable upon a credit of six months the follow ing described property, to wit: Four slump in the demand for sleep-certa- in tracts of land situated in Adair jno. rjorches. County, Kentucky, on the waters of When all is said and done, why Casey's Creek. The first tract con-- ! tains about 50 acres; the second tract should any body want to go to contains 40J acres; the third tract contains 25 acres; and the fourth tract Russia? contains about 4 acres. All join, and Missouri is as proud of her will be sold in one body. Said lands are known as the Samuel Beard Farm, and zinc and lead mine3 as she is of reference is made to the judgment and her corn fields. order of sale for more complete de! ' , iK IN ik: Mi IN "tN L Mi xi Mi ty nix IX vl s In K One Doliar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly xrx rx x NtX XIX 'tx XIX IN tx ix " Courier Journal One Year K x 3n XJX Mi IN Mi IN Mi IN NIX xix Louisville Times and News 7K xix 7K xix xrx MX XIN xix x I J ! scription. IN XTX For the ptrchase price, the purchas- break records it makes a nuisance rx XL' er, with approved surety or securities, xix Ix xIn mu t execute Bond, bearing legal in of itself. xrx terest from the day of sale until paid, Those who refuse to join the ' V ik v xK xix viy xu xK xix xK xix xTx Mii!iMiJii4iMiMi!iMi iJi xix xix xrx vjx xix 7K xtx xix xK x 7!n xjx xK xN ana naving tne lorce anu enect or a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to good road movement intend no i doubt to buy airships. comply promptly with these terms. that, it's as good a way to kill W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Connecticut couple announce Let us pause to be thankf ui time as playing solitaire. that they were wedded during Commissioner's Sale. that the world's supply of coal Some one has enriched the the Civil war and have kept the has not yet been exhausted. conscience fund of the Phila- secret, fifty years. And yet some ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT New Yorker cut off his nose delphia treasury by 19 i KENTUCKY NX . ! I When the weather starts out to 7f rx iy $4.50 Mi xK ! Virgie O. Whitehead &c Plff. vs Silas G. Tarter &c Def. ) . ' ) , j to-wi- t. . j J , 1 By virtue of a judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 1912. u in Lne auove cause, ior me suras or WW with interest from October the 8th, 1903, and $17. probable cost, and $0J with interest from October 8th, 1008, subject to credit of $25. paaid Novem ber the 9th loos, and $20 probable cost, I Fhall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to t uanA ine uigiiesi uiuuui, ai, iruonc Auction, on Monday the 4th day of.; March, 1912, Aviators tell us that they are atone o'clock p. m., or thereabout, losing interest in the flying game (hfhirr Cnnnf-.- f!nnrtA unnn n pmAit nfl six months the following described but eggs show nd signs of to wit: A certain tract of Jng down, land situated in Adair Connty, Ky., at the top of Dug Hill, on the Stanford! According to Edison's joyful Road. Said tract contains about 60inews for newly weds, concrete acres, but there is reserved therefrom ' ,. t that portion of said boundary which iumuure is iiu wuger an auscracc lies on the West side of the Stanford proposition. Road and contains about 10 acres For An effort is being made to escomplete description reference is made to the judgment and or,der of sale of tablish a new alphabet. Even at :i ...,. i ! ' cents. while shaving, but it is not like-- j Fere's somebody evidently who ly that he did it to spite his face. is bound to have peace at any The drop in eggs is not suffici- - price. ently precipitate to knock the .. Storage COm- - Modern college football is too bottom OUt OI CO Id tame according to some Critics. etft If the colleges want something After mince pie has been lively why not adopt the pracstandardized hash should be, and tice of nolding peace conferences ? then the niillenium will be close The restaurant oyster pearl i people tell us that a woman can not keep a secret. Almost Lost His Life S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich,, will nev- j COm-proper- ty, follow if try ever if women refused to buy new clothes for six months, says a er forget his terrible exposure to a merciless storm, It gave me a dreadful cold he writes, that caused sevaro pains in my chest, so it was hard for me to br. athe A neighbor gave ne saveral closes of Dr" King's New 3b covery which brought great ratfof. fisheries are working on schedule The doctor said I was on the vergaoE time. A man in a New Jersey pneumonia, but to continue with t.lie town found three pearls, valuaed Discovery I did so and two bottlos at $100 apiece, in his plate 0f completely cured me." Use only this quicK, saie, rename meaidma for coughs oysters. colds, or any throat or lung trouble. I. The greatest panic the coun Price ooc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. knew would J dressmaker in convention. panic substitutes jubilee. We will serid the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer.one ydar.and The Adair County For JNew3 one year tor 5l.2j. The Eaquir is a great paper. t I ,r, J 1 "N THE ADACR GOUtfl' WINTER SPRAYING. NbJ'73 F arm and v aauraen KILLING rr..r.rrTreofhim. the growth of the nursery business and the dissemination of imported nursery stock, injurious insects and fungous dis- eases have been so thoroughly distrib- uted ail over our fruit growing sections Recommended by Georgia Expert at Measure Against San Jose Scale. There was a time when good fruits AT HOG TIME. sorted to very little Drst class fruit can be produced. If an orchardist does not intend to spray his fruit trees tie had about as well cut them down and grow other crops on the soil, for an uncontrolled attack of the San .lose scale will in a very few years put practically the en ure orchard out ot commission. This i scale is now so prevalent that few orchards are clear of it or can hope to remain so. A large number of the volunteer fruit trees in the fence corners and along the roads are infected and serve to spread the insect to orchards, even if there were not other chances of infection. In fact, the matter narrows itself down to the point where we must either spray or buy our fruit from the man who does spray. There are certain scale insects, especially the San Jose scale, which can l not be successfully combated during the summer, for at this time the trees tf ffl are in full foliage and are so tender :that any spray solution which will kill the scale is liable to kill the trees also. For this reason we have to resort to fall and winter spraying. At this time the trees are dormant and more resistant to spray solutions, so thnt we can use solutions sufficiently caustic to & Courier-Journaw kill the scale and yet not injure the trees. The San Jose scale is known in al-Courier-Journamost all horticultural literature. Uow-- ! 'w: ever, it is sometimes surprising to and t'$W know how man' owners of small orDaily The Courier Journal, three will give You Buy chards do not know the San Jose scale STRAYED, LOST OR MISLAID. months and the Adair County News one i when they see it on a tree. This scale from me and you will is of a brownish gray color and is or- The following is a copy of a year for $2 '0. Remember that this dinarily not larger than the head of a Unique notice affixed to the ' unprecedented offer is good only in the you bought. know pin. It attaches itself to the baric of months f January and February. Now ' fruit trees, giving the limbs of the Church door at White church is the time to subscribe. This is Presi- trees a grayish scaly appearance. If London: '; one of these scales is mashed with the 'JWr dential ear and every body should g&iK5k,2ii'-i-SSLfe'SsS Missing, last Sunday, some keep posted. WBa&&JW8&2 f point of a knife or other instrument a yellow fluid is mashed out. Any growONE WAT OF RASGZSG PORK. er who is not familiar with this scale families from church. "Stolen, several hours from' Crocodile tears are what the Photograph by Lons Island agricultural should send specimen pieces of limbs Bone reliable experiment station. that are thought to be infected to his experiment station or agricul- the Lord's day, by a number of coal man would shed to expres you moneys And you American Cultivator. It is six feet state college for Identification. The people of different ages, dressed hi grief because people are so f wide, tural long and three and feet you me Also, f feet. specimens should be closed securely in in their Sunday clothes. with a depth of two and extravagant in running their a small tin can or other tight recepTwo hooks are fastened near the toi Lime Cement. Strayed, half a score of lambs, furnaces. on one side, with a pair of trace chains tacle, so that the scale. If present, will to run under the hog to facilitate the not get scattered through the mails. believed to crop of have gone in the all turning and withdrawing from the tub These institutions arc always glad to New Yorker strayed in the give advice along such lines. n. P. direction of 'No Sunday School.' It is placed over a furnace, which is pay now for it, 5c pathway of a bullet, but a diary made by digging a trench in the ground, Stuckey of Georgia Experiment Station Mislaid, a quantity of silver per bushel more anyone esle. and when in use I place pieces of wood in Southern Cultivator. which he had in his pocket stopacross the bottom in order to keep the and copper coins on the counter ped the bullet and saved his life hog from coming in contact with tin of a public house, the owner beARE YOU WITH ME? iron bottom and getting too hot. A'nother victory for literature. Keep up your talk in favor of I find that the proper temperature IX better farming until your neigh- 31 ing in a state of great excitefor good scalding is from ISO to 190 de bors join you in an effort to pro- A New York grass widow dement at the time. grees. and if a barrel is to be used the duce more on the same land. .,.,.-water should be boiling when dipped "Wanted, several young peo- clares that she can't possibly crops ..nWl. him in-- , .! ,, lilt: ii.iiii.--i .Ml tuu' A uur average yieiu oi suipie halMV l.nmn . ywil rt. .., .ul ui Uit ,;,.,,. nrw1 son ple. When last seen were walking provide for her it somewhat. If a scalding tub is used v what we can produce. the water should be cooled by adding ,;, in pairs up Sabbath Breaker's on $5,000 a year, which no doubt a bucket of cold water before the hog Lane, which leads to the city of explains why she's a grast is put in. To insure a correct heat of the water use a thermometer. Small por Holding Log on Sawbuck. i widow. No Good. quantities of lye. allies or lime will An Illinois correspondent sends to have no effect in removing the hair, i' the Farm Journal the following metb- "Lost, a lad carefully reared, A Kansas man who was intoxbut will cause the scurf tu come Iooe od of holding wood on a sawbuck: "In long from home, and for a icated while serving as a juror GREENSBURG, KY. more readily. either one of the pieces marked u not put at the upper time very promising. Supposed A hog hook is almost indispensable, was fined $2 and barred from and if one is to be made it should be i end an eight or to have gone with one or two jury service forever. Now anrt made in the form of a hav or bale tciipenny nail. A. a ig&Y hook. In fact, I find that a hay hook , !n!nni???nH5H!!m!!i!!i!!!!?!m!nni!!!n!nMnmimi!m!!!K Take a chain, B. older companions to Prodigal then we think a sober and in answers the purpose very well. In about three feet long, handling the hog slick the hook in the with links Town, Husk Lane dustrious man gets the worst flesh of the lower jaw. just behind the having holes large "Any person assisting in the of it. &. How our Presidents Lived. -- ident. He studied for the minisTori; of the jawbone. However, the enough to pass a !:ook may be stuck under the tendons nail head through recovery of the above shall in no Washington, Jackson, Van Bur-e- n, try and often preached, though hind legs. somebody should submit of the them. At one end wise lose his reward." "Now Taylor, Filmore, Lincoln, he was never ordained. Keep thp hog in constant motion 'fiiilwfi"i of the chain put a 2 weight, C; a box a list of the world's greatest Theodore Rcosvelt has a larger while being .scalded and draw it out to Johnson and Cleveland are th log ltoi.nr.R. collection of college degrees than tilled with sand or air occasionally. When the hair and hens, since we are going in for The city of Louisville well bePresidents who were not college any other President ever acquirslip easily from the body the a few bricks or rocks tied together philanthropists." scalding is completed. will do the heavier the better. Then long absolutely to the members the honoring of men. ed. In scraping and cleaning the hog I the wood to bo sawed is put on the Don't believe twenty can be bacheBuchanan was the only lean the foot and head first, then the buck in the regular way, as shown. of the Kentucky Educational Roosevelt and Taf t figure as logs, and last, but not least, the body. Put the chain B over it and fasten to Association on June 25, 26, and found that have laid an egg in a lor President who remained so, the only Presidents given to regI hang the hog with a rope and pulA, so that the weight C will be about city has invited month. ley, as it is more easily hung in this two inches from the ground. This 27. The Cleveland marrying while m ular and systematic athletic praci .vay than any other. But it may be saves a lot of trouble." I tice them, the program will be one of 'Boston is lacking in religion," office. anibrel, a huug with the ordinary Washington slick vhich is sharpened at each eiid and unusual importance, and an at- - says Dr. Abbot, but why should Jefferson Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Live Stock and Dairy. and inserted under the tendon string Buch- - were both notable riders on tendance of 2,500 is expected. the Bostonians careas long as John Quincy Adams and of the hind legs. A short singletree There's a salve for every sore, but it horse back. to answer for a gaiubrel will be found they have plenty of beans and antn each held theoffiice of Sec- stick. If there is sufficient help at won't do any good if the sore is on the "hand the hog may be bung on a pole horse and the salve remains in the drug fetary of State before being f John Quincy Adams, like no Greatness is sometim'es me as- - j codfish. store. other President, rose before sim- put up for the purpose. . . President. The lnare is the most successftil lual ured by the amount or money ' After the bog 'is hung up rinse it One hundred high school girls rise m warm weather to go bath- hpimr President. John Aft down with scalding water, lemovc the purpose animal on the farm, perform- people can contrive to owe. By j in the Potomac. The crowd in New York studying domestic nm-noentrails by running a sharp knife light- ing almost a season's work and raising Adams sat in Congress, inS York city ly down, marking the belly straight, practically as good a colt as though this standard New cheered at his viSrous handiin science have adopted a real baby Johnson became a Unit- - I. cutting to the bone between the thighs she spent the entire year in idleness. proves to be even bigger than the sPade whe" in In compounding rations for the cows demonstration purposes, 28, he and in front of ribs, which bones 1 for ed States Senator, John Tyier,of split, with an ax. beiug careful not to the herdsman should not overlook the the government itself. At the baby will be lucky if it surbroke Sround for fche Baltimore cut beyond them. Open the abdomen, fertilizing value of the different feeds. beginning of 1912 her debt was That was elected to the Confederate 15 cents and after a little use of the knife one For example, with nitrogen at and 0bio ilroad. vives its part in the field of Congress and James Monroe be-- 1 will seldom cut the entrails in remov- per pound and phosphoric acid and pot $1,380,000,000 which is 20,000,-00- 0 science. There is a pleasant descriptioning them. Ilowever. I have a few ash at 4'G cents, a ton of corn is worth came a Justice of the Peace more than Uncle Sam himphort strings at baud to use in case 5G.45. while cottonseed meal would figt of Van Buren m old age, small. ure $23.73. any of the entrails are cut. self owes. New York's debt The Gaekwar of Baroda, re- Virginia. No other former Pres-- 1 quick and white haired, walking After removing the entrails. liver "hii Ilorses that have a tendency to kidcently prominent, makes way ident have held public office. briskly through the streets of apart with a ney trouble, often manifest in azoturia, burden now amounts to about) heart spread the carcass and rinse it down with cold wa- may be helped quite a bit by giving $1,000 for every family and is for the Kukuktu of Urga, Rus Cleveland was sworn in York. stick ter. When sufficiently cooled remove them a dose of saltpeter now and then. choice for the (i outer" Bible his mother gave him 1852. sia's Jackson walked and rode. bu the fat and kidneys and cut it up for In severe cases, where the limbs are over five times the debt of Chi- Mongolian monarchy. salting, curing and smoking. tffectod with the overflow of albumen, cago, Philadelbhia, and Boston Pierce was the first President j was not especially an active njanV medicine is Fowler's solu' in excellent It takes lots of mop-- 1 Old age, according to a scien- - born in the nineteenth century. Lincoln despite warnings"; tion put on the oats or ground feed. combined. $ The dose should be increased from a ey to keep the Tammany tigers j tlst 1S a germ. The scientist Jefferson, John Adams and; would walk at midnight, with a SCIENCE IN FARMING. teaspoonful at Orst to a tablespoonful we have reamay by right, but Monroe all died on July 4 the single companion, from the War appeased. given twice a day. to believe that, it is one of farm- son T There is "more science in Department to the White House. Where oats are scarce cofnmeal and first two in 1826. ingr than in any other occupation bran, mixed at the rate of one part the unswattable kind. Washington and Jackson were Washington, in eight years as X practiced by unscientiflc men. meal to two parts bran, make a fine Although housekeeping and 'Agriculture Includes most of the feed for horses. Feed according to There is no better medicine made for the only Presidents to deliver President, took "181 days to himT sciences and requires a knowl- what the team is doing" four quarts homemaking are the most im- colds than Chamberlain's Cough Remeself. John Adams was away edge of practical things to sup- three times a day when working and portant of all things, yet they dy. It actff on nature's plan, relieves farewell addresses. nlpmpnt KelAntlfie work. Parm- from the seat of government a considerably less when standing in the lungs, opens the secretions, aids ers are not scientists, but the Van Buren was the first Pres- year and 20 days in barn. Horses should gqt their meals are sought after the very least. the four years. expectoration, and restores the system successful farmer must deal with $ at the same hour every day, should Girls get married who 3o not to a healthy condition For sale by ident not born a British subject. .Jefferson left ,the capital 706 scientific facts. have water three times 'every flay and d Pres- - times in eight years. Garfield was a know how to make a loaf of Paull Drug Co. t i if i t 't' i i' $ ! ft i' i 'V i' i' a lump of "salt in the manger. 4t' ii i Directions For Doing Neat and Rapid Work With the Porker's Carcass. In order to do neat and rapid wort at hog killing time ifc is necessary to have a good scraper, a sticking knife, a hog hook and a place that Is convenient for working. For scalding a barrel is commonly used, and it is all that is neede.l unless the hogs are very large. If very large hogs are killed a scalding tub will answer the purpose for scalding much better than a barrel. I have one which is made of two inch pknks for the sides and ends and sheet iron for the bottom, says v correspondent of the IBP ft S&'SimiFliSf KSw 4. f? Ji-v Why He Couldn't Sit Down. bread or boil a potato, expecting ftmuiumiuuiiiiuiiiiuiuiuiuu!iiuuiiitiuiuuuiiiiuiiiim Harry, aged six, is an orphan; somehow that these things will but. an indulgent grandmother take care of themselves, and y and kind maiden aunt have can live happy with a man of! in his ignorance, knowing too The first pair knickerbockers were secured re- - that the heart and stomach of s cently, and it wa a proud mo man are so friendly that they' sE ment tor the boy when his aunt cannot be separated. Ignorance put them on him on Sunday cannot be made bliss in house- morning and he was permitted keeping, and there is no surer to go to church with hi grand way to lose the respect of a hus- The 'ffreat Grfifin RiVAr Mftmhn.n. mother. Naturally maiden aunts band than to spoil his dinner. 3 S know very little about the ar- He cannot thrive long on purely - ciise has aE rangement of knickerbockers, a love diet. New cloth- and trere was a suspicious full One reason whj so many girls ness in front and an mvstifying xA i ri ri t.vurt.H niin w.t-f- nvxJ tightness in the back to beob-l""1- 1 ,,,c.d11. e,uou' luu' . are nnintHPPstfnir is hprnn5P rrtAv J served, as the little chap trudged try so hard to be like somebody!: Whirh ha ic nfForinri or Dnnnlon n. happily along. In church Harry MV IO l Fiuai piiLW. E else rather than than sat down but did not appear comfortable and stood up. "Harry to remain himself or herself in 50 Suits carried over sE one Third off. life. In nature you don't see an sit down." whisuered his irrand- ak Psing as a willow' or a b,ack 2 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar mother. He obediently climbed Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for back on the seat, but soon slipDed duck as a yellow leg, or a horse $6.25 as a cow, or a lily as a rose, or a off again. "Harry, you must sit :3 Best Pattent Flour per bbl 4.75 lilac as a peony, or a dog as a down " "Grandma, I can't my Second Pat. 4.25 " She cat Be natural and you'll be pants is choking me right. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to looked more closely than her dim all give Satisfaction, wire and wire sight had before permitted, and During the months of January and fence Lowest Prices. It will pay discovered the new little knick- February we will send the Adair County News and the Daily t you to consult me before buying. erbockers were on hind side beone year each for $4.00. The Daily fore. Harry stood up duri. g the Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers six months and the l remainder of the service. prices Adair County News one year for S2.75. defy competition tak-jthe' '3 !S on Lewi hJ 3 I '"" Distributor, just Received Magnificent stock of Fall ing. Shoes &c. B , ! i ! ,,3 - """" ww"5 at at j at that that satisfaction. your Fertilizer always what , MMs'' 1 .W-35.- . Have a Full StocK of one-hal- one-hal- Fertilizers they are get worth. Write want. what Salt, and your Iwill buy wheatand am cash paying than f j- -i - ,r , .., Satisfaction Guaranteed. five-year-o- ld J , ' :H.xM:K:cC"v?K"X"t t s&7 A5B I vc-ur- f J j I I I ,, ! ( An,w of - f . j onaew j 1 f I i i left-hande- THE ADAIR COUNTS NiWS .. s55s,5'3Gs,itf ei3 W , - , 1tai 1tcm?'a,a1p',ffli sga v fWl 1 w 5 tffiSF tf - 7 w ss' I 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. i t J &es3 u I SI & -- rrr White Goods and Embroideries We have everything new in White Goods, Linens, India Lln ens, Flaxons, Persian and French Lawns, &c. Also the Largest and CHEAPEST Stocks of Embroideries, Flounc ings, Insertions, All Overs, Yokings, &c. French Val Laces, Mechlins, St. Galls, Baby Irish, Linens, &c, &c. We are offering some special Bargains in the above lines. c Kr iM y4 ?T7 V t I I i' 'oft? " T Standard Calicoes Pgg3 44 c. J -- 1 jr V ! W Si JcflZhLxiXKxcrafcxi,Kn,rmHrcK THE ADAIR COUNTY t ii.!&j!)'.!!iii.! t A $75,-000,00- sm mw & NEWS Published Every Wednesday - - BY THE V " -- have expressed stands the feelings of these be- -, And igt their fears, now heightened by low and possesses those keen pass- the decision of the Supreme sympathies which make him the CHAS. S. HARRIS Editor. The Senate of Kentucky ed the Confederate pension bill Court just rendered, that Gov- natural and commanding leader. Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- last Tuesday. It provides a pen- ernment operation of the ex- Lincoln knew tne masses as no terest of the City of Columbia and the people Two of the Very Best Brands of Adair and adjacent countlss. sion for Confederate soldiers and press will afford a mighty in- other President ever knew them, oi and his single desire was to serve their widows of ten dollars per strumentality for invasion Rubber Tire Made d as Entered at the Columbia them usefully. month. Only widows who were "dry" territory by mail-ordclass mail matter. Kept in slock at All Times and put on for you on short notice Modern politicians, covetous married prior to 1890 will be en- - j liquor houses. Although asso Prices right and Satisfaction Guaranteed. WED. FEB.. 21. 1912 titled'to pay. The bill will now ciations composed of wholesa- for power, can profit by his modler tn th House and that bodv ers and manufacturers of most est protest on departing for Qoff & The Republican State Conven- will likely pass it. of the principal cities have for- Washington to assume the PresColumbia, Ky. tion of Georgia, held at Atlanta warded resolutions against the idency that he was already sick yesterday, indorsed the AdminisAt the meeting of the Repub- proposed Parcels Post to the of office holding. tration of President Taf t and in- lican State Central Committee Senate and House postoffice com- "Keep the old sign onthe door" the coffee growing section of Fire and Accident structed the Georgia delegation April 10th, was selected as the mitttees, m one such orgamza-- ; he said to William Herndon, his Brazil and the rich plantation date and Louisville as the place tion, although it is said to vote for his renomination. Insurance. s law partner for 16 years as he rubber fields of British Guiana, for holding the State convention of the members are op- left his dingy little office at the economic independence of The Hamilton bill eliminating to name deligates-at-largfrom posed to this legislation, resoluLocal Agent for two Springfield for the last time. "If the man, who wrests from the I am the bipartisan feature of the Kentucky to the Republican Nafirst-clas- s the Fire and Accident Intions of this character were I live the general impression earth its treasure of useful things Atherton bill, and providing that tional Convention. Taft supsurance Companies, and have blocked by the fact that the was that he would be assasinat-e- d has made inevitable a striking been assigned this teriitory. If the Governor shall appoint three porters dominated the meeting President is in a liquor house I'm coming back some time increase in his efficiency and the you need Insurance, either AcciPrison Commissioners instead of and a request made by Leslie which expects considerable re- and then we' 11 go right on prac- productivity of the soil he culti- dent or Fire, write me, four, passed the House by vote Combs for an equal division of venue from "dry" territory and ticing law as if nothing ever hap vates, in the benefits of which CHARLIE MULLINIX, of 52 to 28. officials between the a convention both employer and civilization Rife, Ky. is a manager of pened." was a mail-ordbank printing supply i In a republic governed with alike share. That the boom of Medill McCormick, until re- - Taft and Roosevelt forces cost so He only lived a few minutes ai- house. cently a supporter of Senator not granted the consent of the governed freedom should have property is of ter he was taken sick. ii.t r t tii4.4. u..u ijuw a. iwuieveii In Northern as well as in jia. ruimtit, uul could there be anything more in- much in life and LINCOLN. ABRAHAM champion, charges the Taft adtensely human than this frank course to be deplored. But u m aiauu uau urc j.ii . Southern States, the provision oi "What we obtain too cheap" misfortune to get his house ministration with having entered confession that after all, his the Constitution that "powers One hundred and three years with Jeffupon a "course of political murpeople at says Paine, burned last Sunday, and every to the United ago Monday the 12th., inst., in a heart was with the not delegated erson of the first draft of the der and suicide. he was not thing in it, so we understand. States by the Constitution, nor primitive little log cabin on the home, who knew that Declaration of Independence, the monster his enemies had In signing the proclamation ad- prohibited by it to the states, are outskirts of the wilderness of ''we esteem too lightly; 'tis dear-- j Dirigo, states respective- Kentucky, a scrawny, homely pictured him. The bullet of the ness only that gives everything mitting Arizona to the Union. reserved to the assasin J. Wilkes Booth put an President Taft added the forty-eight- h ly, or to the people, "is univer- baby was born upon whom the , J. W. McClister' and Eldridge end to all that was mortal of Lin- - its value." star to the flag .and sally accepted as one of good gods smiled. To the ambitious, Stotts, dug a large grey fox out goes brought within the sisterhood of sense. The independence of the the industrious and "the enter- 'coln but his spirit still Maple Hill. of theground, the other day. States the last bit of territory people North, as well as South, prising of future ages, the ca- - marching on, an inspiration and ' They boxed him and sent him to benediction to the depressed and ' fliofr ImirNr VvoVq rtf tYia within the confines of Continent-- . causes the majority to look with .qqi ' The weather seems to be open Hodgen, at Campbellsvttle, an( alarm upon the entrance of the forest clearing trom woodsman' hopeless1 of all nations. It is one al United States. x ing up a little, and farmers are j Yeiiee $o 50 for him. ' Federal Government upon a to President is an admonition of the compensations of the tru-- ! Lafe Janes, has moved to ihe It is almost certain, judging program of Socialism. The fail- poverty and obscurity are no ly great that the good in them is getting busy. Mr. Jim Smith is reported bet- house recently vacated bj , Landy from the information received ures of the Oneida community, handicap to the conquest of life's remembered and that whatseem-- I from Frankfort, that a new Ju that of. Upton Sinclair and of big prizes. Instead of being an ed a calamity to those who did ter. Stotts. not understand them, is often Mrs. Clara Corbin is on the dicial district will be created, the New Harmony are not forgot- Messrs. Charlie Winfrey and Obstacle to hfs developement, in reality a boon. The South sick list this week. counties of Adair, Russell, ten. Elmer Miller, Russell Springs, poverty wa? to Lincoln an incenthought the freeing of the slave Mrs. Rosa Smith and children, passed through here one day Wayne and Clinton forming it. tive which time quickened as he Some weeks ago a dollar a day spelled its industrial and econ- Mrs. Bettie Bennett and children last week, enroute for Breeding. The Judge and Commonwealth's becan to realize that responsiomic ruin; yet it produces today visited at Mrs. Lory Bennett's Attorney will be appointed by the pension bill for the old soldiers R. T. Baker, Amandaville, was bility unerringly gravitates to of the Mexican and civil war , cotton of an annual value of $1, last Tuesday. Goveror. here last Wednesday and gave the man best able to assume it. passed the House. It was before 000,000,000 where it raised but Miss Ida Smith, of near Co- oWmill men, a contract for lumCharles W. Morse, the par- the Committee of the Senate last In this, Lincoln's rise from $200,000,000 of that staple belumbia, visited her cousin, Lory ber to build a large dwelling doned banker, who was report- week, Senator Bradley being a the humble lot ot a rail splitter fore the war. Bennett, the latter part of the house. Mr. Baker, says he means ed slowly dying in the peniten- member, and it was killed, the to that of one of the stirring In its effect on the status of to have one of the best houses in tiary when the President extend- Kentucky Senator voting aganst character's in history, empha- the plantation worker, the eman- week. Miss Ida Smith and Mrs. Lory Cumberland county, when he ed clemancy, setting him free, the .measure. It is said that sized anew the more safe from cipation of the black man workslipped away from New York Senator Bradley acted in accord- the visitation of talent than it is ed for the uplift of the whole hu- Bennett were shopping at Cane gets this one completed. Valley last Monday. Miss Zelpha Petty, is attendlast week with his family gone ance with the wishes of Presi- from lightning. man race, though Lincoln pro Mr. J. R. Smith, wife, and chil- ing school, at Breeding. ) :to Germany. He is evidently a dent Taft, who would have un- Lord Nelson, England's great- bably did not anticipate for it at slick citizen, and had much out- - doubtedlyvetoed the bill had it est sea fighter was once a wait- the time more than domestic in- dren visited Mr. Web Smith and L. H. Jones, of color, has been wife, last Sunday. awarded the contract to complete side help. been reported favorably by the er; Cromwell, relentless foe of fluence. That slavery was a misCommittee and passed by the royal tyrants, a farmer; Patrick take and inspired waste and, Messrs. W. A. Smith and L. the new Union Church, at this More than forty of the fifty Senate. A substitute bill, was Henry, orator and patriot, a bar- sloth is now universally acknow- W. Curry were at Greensburg, place. by the Feder four men indicted agreed on by the Committee, ap- tender; Herschel, one of the ledged. Not only in the South, last Tuesday, on business. Leslie Janes, sold about twen-- t ai grana 3nry ior conspiracy m world's greatest scientists, 'a fid- but in the rice growing area of Old Uncle Bob Bridgwaters of acres of land, to John Janes connection with dynamiting out propriating about $24,000,000 for immortal Dickens, a China, the tea districts of India, . color, died last Monday Morning. for $150. xages were arrested last Wednes the old soldiers, which will be dler; the Local-optionis- Adair County News Company. (INCORPORATED.) day. Frank M. Ryan, President referred to the House. The dol- chore boy in a shoe blackin g facof the Internanional Association lar a day pention would have re- tory and Verdi, composer extraordinary, a grocer's errand; of Bridge and Structural Iron quired an appropriation of boy. Only the man who has Workers, who is accused, issued come up from the bottom, undera statement, declaring he was 0. full Supply of Diamond (8122) A Good Medium Rubber innocent. ts - ood Year, 'Win Kelly Springfield Bros., Coffey, Post-offl- ce ec-n- er ? nine-tenth- e vice-preside- nt er I iuj co-auth- or I ! . ; 3 THESADAIR COUNTY NEWS ernment ownership and ' operation of the sarqe. The historic position of the Democratic party, it is recalled, is that public ex penditures shall be limited to the noorJq nf omvprnmpnh pp.onomic- l OYAL wm 4 1 Absolutely F WF&y"-wy- 3 m BPffii'i? administered. Republican Q members of prominence declare l8ti8 that in this attitude there is lit-- ; Jfa ' tie or no difference between those T who follow the ideals of Jeffer- ' son and those who follow the flgl e principles of Lincoln. ggfe ally i j i 4 g 4 The No. 11 James Oliver Sulky ) Yum Simple construction, light weight, easy draft, durability, and perfect work that s the 4 Old-lin- j mis mm bakin tie ' ' Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar flv v Kvvss accepted the teachings of Socialism, for the Government's entrance into ownership and oper- 0 & ation of the telegraph systems; U E" H M "V W and, if into these, why not into all others? 8 & resulted in this appalling increase The first would entail, thej- say, THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. as a shameful violation of all an additional army of employes, Washington, D. C, Feb. 16, '12 prudent conditions of govern- Federal control of all highways Editor News: Representative Oscar W. Un- ment as no less than a crime wherever operated, innumerable emphatically averse to this ex-- . F A Lewis tax and cost 5 71 derwood, Chairman of the Ways against the millions of working drays, wagons, automobiles and SamE Yates 182 acres joins tension of Federal authority and Means Committee of the men and women from whose warehouses and the enlargement :0 09 iiuuLJuiiiibun ia. uimcuai indicated by the report that he is of postoffices WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 4 House, has sounded a warning earnings the greater proportion and considering having Post- - Luther England 35 acres extrav- of these colossal sums must be necessary to carry "the billions ,now against Congressional e masier uenerai niccncocK, who joins Milt England tax and agance. It looks now as though extorted through excessive tar- of parcels" predicted by 4 01 cost the"pork barrel" would .have to iff exactions and other indirect rostmaster (ieneral. Tne con-- t ou auttcaaiuiiv nauuicu the 'roadroller" four years ago G A Coomer (N R) H2 acres be set in a .corner untapped. methods. It is not surprising in rWnaHnn and rakino- of thp 4 60 joins G H Nell tax and cost Wwi manaEe his campaign, S iff' r'l j ' , Hulet Coomer SO acres joins the Dis- view of this shocking record property of the express Even expenditures for 4 05 J Compton tax and cost trict of Columbia are greatly that the Republican platform panies, they say, would almost jSHERFF SALE0FLAND F0R TAXES V. E.PDudley 39 acres joins M England tax and cost 4 l: pared. A contemplated expen- contains no reference to econom- inevitably result in the Govern- diture of $16,000,000 for public ical administration or promises ment ownership and operation On Monday March 4th, 1912, at the H. B. James 30 acres joins F 6 :',7 W Page tax and cost I 3 idivvvrHi buildings has been shunted in thereof in the future. We de of railroads, something which Marshal Roach 72 acres joins G 90 caucus. Not only House Leader mand that a stop be put to this the engineered the campaign for term of the Adair County court) at 1 C B. Sexton tax and cost 0'clock P- - m- - or thereabout, I will offer J B Sexton (N R) 72 acres Underwood, but other prominent frightful extravagance, and in- Parcels Post openly advocates joins T Wheeler tax and cost 4 66 for sale to the highest hidder for cash (t Democrats have been taking in- sist upon the strictest economy with lowest possible rates re- - in hand the following discrided tracts G A Shirley 12 acres joins W BTF compatible gardless of distance," as they ex- - oi 'ad oz a sufficiency thereof to satis- - Hamilton tax and cost 4 91 ventory of the situation. Here in every department This Sanitary Lavatory is on exfy the tax and cost due for the year Jno Sneed Sr 125 acres joins hibition in our store. Givto you Ron are some of the things disclosed: with frugal and efficient admin- press it. ReillybillH. R. intro- - j l by the followng named perons J W Sneed tax and cost 4 9i duced last session provides forjto-wit- . ning Water in any room without PlumbThe ordinary Government rev- istration. J G Smith 50 acres joins W WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 1. B Smith tax and co.st 06 ing "Coincident with the enor- tnJs Come and let Us or enues for 1911 of $700,109,906 Fannie Beards heirs 113 acres Geo Smith 70 acres ""joins S Its a great invenlicn. were $45,681,619 in excess of the mous increase in expenditures is As American postal employes joins G. F. Knifley tax and 77 show it to you Wilson tax and cost ;s F S Wooten 23 acres joins F $ io a like addition to the number of are paid about twice the salaries' cfc ordinary expenditures. We are e!iing ihcm every 6ay. J. W. Bault 58 acres joins P 5 19 Bridgewater tax and cost During the last of employes of the express com- - Barnctt tax and cost Russell & Co. The Rural Free Delivery News, G 77 COLORED IN DISTRICT NO. 4 published in Washington as or- year 23,784 were added, costing panies, twice the salaries of pos- - J F Bottoms heirs 95 acres Josh Taylor 50- acres joins gan of the National Rural Letter $16,156,000, and in the last 'six tal employes in England and' Joins J Emmett tax and WHITES IN DISTRK T NO i A 4 13 cost 4 GG Strong Hill tax and cost Carrier's Associ a tion, says: years of the Republican admin r three times as much as in some L B Cox Sr., 50 acres joins T A I Hurt town lot in ColumWHITES IN DISTRICT NO 5 ' ord and co.st 7 26 Geo. W. nm bia tax and cost "The much vaunted surplus ap- tration the total number of new countries, and as the average L Blankenship 2 acres Curry 90 acres joins. W Cor- I town lot C R Payne (N-W S. llindman tax joins pears to have been due to the offices created has been 99,319 naui wouia oe at least ten times . bin tax and cost G 13 9 21 in Columbia tax and cost 3 75 and cost expenditure of as long as in England, it is esti- C T Hrrrison 2J acres joins G town failure of the Department to pay an additional SamShreve (N-100 acres Claud Gains (N-Dickson taxes and cost 3 91 lot in Columbia tax and - nearly $70,000,000 as against on joins Waller Morrison tax its bills, and the antiquated sysmated that deficit from Parcels 2G acres S1 cost and cost 4 66 , post would ammount to at least rs L Light and cost joins It says ly 10,279 new offices created un-tern of Wingle tox 3 06 W H Parson 330 acres joins COLORED IX DISTRICT NO 7 A Lucy Kemp (bal) tax and that in reality there is a deficit in der the Cleveland and McKinley $150,000,000 yearly. Such cor- - James Larrison 31 acres' joins 4 13 P Talbot tax and cost 2 12 Tom Lester town lot in cost the postoffice department this ' administrations, which involved porations as Montgomery Ward J II. Nance (N-I Co 80 acres tax and cost u WHITES IN DISTRICT NO. 6 an expenditure of only $6,000,-00- & Co., and others have had their joins H Chandler tax and C. 7,000,000, Patteson, ?. year of about 1 town lot 3 G2 Ike Dixon (N-cost We denounce this great representatives in behalf of this The total amount expended 3 06 in Coburg tax and cqst Matthew Overstreet 246 acres i (N-100 acres S L Harttteld upon the Panama Canal to Oc- and growing increase of the legislation before the Senate joins E B Watson tax and joins Willie Smith tax and This is cost (Bal) tober 31. 1911. was $252,732,369. number of office holders as not Postoffice Committee. i oO Q. P.gMYTHE cost John Ovefstreet 9 acres joins Upon it much more will have to only unnecessary and wasteful, causing some oi those who wantj E Wats0n tax and cost H C Harmon 47 acres joins 4 39 for 71 Wm Curry tax and co O clearly indicating a to avoid the impending deficit'; J T- Thompson 10 acres joins be spent but also as ' . . . 5 19 Guss Duvall I tfiwn lot in J K fatherly tax and cost P1RE INSURANCE It is estimated that the Sher- - deliberate purpose on the part of again to point to what is said m;TPW,IHams,8I acres ,oins II FA Cane Valley tax and cost 8 89 E C Page 2 acres joins J R and Wood Pension bill means an ex-- J the administration to keep the the Democrat platform about ' II H Perkins tax and cost 12 07 Rice tax and cost pen&tureof nearly $75,000,000 Republican party in power at '"favor-seekin- g corporations." ,M7vvuw REAL ESTATE 5 19 ' uiiA i.. COLORED LIST IN DISTRICT NO 6 li uiiu do public expense, by thus increas- Postmaster General Hitchcock yearly. Democratic leaders colored in district no i Zella Johnson I lot in Cane McWhorter 40 acres n not want such a deficit as was ing the number of its retainers has already recommended 4 1: Valley tax and cost 8 89 joins G. White tax and cost i M L Johnson (N-i acre 1894 to con- - and dependents, opera-- , H H Shively 5 acres joins ernment ownership and charged to them in j joins C Johnson tax and Almost Lost His. Life. 4 13 ''The conscience of the nation tion of the telegraph systems. Bums tax and cost front them in the coming cam-- j 2 53 cost WHITES TM niCTRTr.T Mrt 9 ' acre These would COSt about $250,000,-- 1 Jas Atchley 70 acres joins T paign, especially in view of the js now aroused to free the S A Stid, of Mason, Mich, will nev- Henry Johnson (N-fl Uj - -- 1 er forget his terrible exposure to a joins F Allen tax and cost of their platforms ernment from the grip of those 000 and add about 100,000 em- - J. Brockman tax and cost CI 1 lot in 5 Knrtnn fi'l arrps inina Miria Massie heirs merciless storrn, It gave me a dreadployes under direction of the regarding economy in the public who have made it a business 2 80 7 49 Rurton tax and cost Cane Valley tax and cost ful cold he writes, that caused aavere happen w acres 30ms 10 Susan Marshall (N-g corpora- - Postmaster General. The New set of the pains in my chest, so it was hard for Jno Greer tax and cost S28 acres joins J W Vaughan Of those who would "run riot" tions. It must become again a York Times says that the Eng- C E Grentry 15 acres joins W 12 me to brrathe. 4 A neighbor gave- nie tax and cost H, Conover tax and cost 12 J I Smith 74 acres joins J G 4 with the public money they have people's government and be ad-- j lish government's operation of saveral flosesvof Or King's New Dis -- ) 95 H Groves tax and coat " t, telegraphs is losing L? the English acres covery which brought great relief. been asking, "If we make a de- -' ministered according to the 4 12 tax WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 A, L Montgomery 17 acres joins The doctor said I was on the verge of how wculd it look to have fersonian maxim: 'Equal rights government much money. 6 77 D S Beard 3 acres join B BurA Combest tax and pneumonia, but to, continue with 'the these words from the last nation-- 1 to all and special privileges to business may be operated as a DoraJ Redford 50 acres cost joins 4 I Discovery. 1 did so and two Iwt&eS ton tax and cost private enterprise successfully G Grant tax and cost al platform quoted upon us: none'." 4 39 Garfield Coomer 20 acres "oins completely cured me." Use only this 5 51 Clay Moore tax and cost yn view 0 'The Republican Congress :: t'ne innovations and yet be a great iuser through J P Tarter 2T acres joins J J quick, safe, reliable medidina for, coughs Helton tax and cost f ?9 LVHall 2 acres joining SH session just ended has made.ap-- , now pr0posed of government more extravagant government T G White 58 acres joins J 7' 5 colds; or any throat or lung trouble. Mitchell tax and cost 6 25 propriations amounting to $1,008, ownership and operation of the operation. Adherents of Sena Tarter tax and cost COLORED LIST IN DISTRICT NO7 " Price Hoc1 and $1.00. Trial bottle Free. whites in district no il Guaranteed by Eaull, Drug Co. Sallie Banker i acre joins M. 000,000 exceeding the total ex--! expreS, .telegraph, telephone tor La Follette and admirers of Everlan Cundiff 0 acres 2 27 ' Vaggener tax and cost Roosevelt now say joines P Nelson tax and cost 4 12 penditures of the last fiscal year business, etc., Democratic lead-b-y President, did hot Amanda Giftord 27 acres joins more than W 000,000 and! ers-rJ U Lucus I acre joins J T Page 6 25 pointing oufc thafc the that if the We will send the Cincinnati Weekly 7 04 Ed Waggener 4 acres joins' Jas Loy tax and cost tuaii - p.avincr a aencit oi mure have the "pull" of the office"i. platform then declared in .favor 4 65 Ehquirer.one year.and The Adair Count Frank McClure tax and cost T G Hadley 65 acres joins G $60,000,000 for the fiscal year, j (N-4 acres regulations of such holders he could not be renomiNew3 one year for $1.25.' The Enquir 6 77 WH Wade W Coffey tax and coat We denounce the needless waste 'of efficient 2 64 is a great paper. joins A Williams That-thPresident is not Jas Hamnnns 100 acres joins of the people's money which has utilities, but not in favor of gov- - nated. Republicans, as well as Democrats, not imbued with Socialistic principles are now some-- 1 times predicting that, within a surprisingly few years, they will be found shoulder to shoulder wr jg fighting Socialism. These are saying that the Gov- - JJk ernment s entrance into tne ex & press carrying business is sure! to be followed by a terrific effort upon the part of all those who have privately, if not publicly, old-line! -' i The best sulky plow you can buy. Ihe plow and driver are carried along, not dragged. We vant you to be carried. Come in and let us show you all the good points on this plow and you will be carried away with it. 4 j No. 11 James Oliver Sulky Plow S IggfeJiSlS 4 V V ffl k. V - 4 44444644444 44 4 4 4 4 96"e6"fr9$M3'$$" -- U W m j re-buildi- ng ; ) com-iaga- in iTt I mimTT STt'X . , j ; ! ' Water-work- s. - office-holder- s. - s-- j 1 ; I R) R) R) 1 book-keeping- ." Co-Lum- bia R) 0. R) R) in- J ,.! Gov-Joh- I il f - ,VL j j vfvrviA. f" . R) gov-declarati- R) j i ! .T ; as-servi- ce. favor-seekin- i R) - Jef-fici- I J i . 1 - t- - ' Ex-Presid- : ent v e R) e 1 a THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS the presence of weeds on a farm One of the ablest and most detracts from its appearance and courageous Democrats in Con- -' left me with r richtfrl couch and reduces its value in the eye o f 'gress is Ben Johnson, chairman very weak. T had spells w hen I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 The mother does not live who for the use of children. It is mild, an intending purchaser. The remedy ot the District of Columbia com minutes. My doctor couid notneip would not do all in her power to keep gentle and m me, but I was completer' cured by her child healthy, but often she does' is absolutely pure and is guaranteed mittee, and we do nou suppose i.t d know how. So when a doctor in every particular. Mrs. Toomey of not frZZ W &s ? e Breeding. of standing points the way all can Emingsvillc, Pa., and Mrs. Fred , rhere is another member of theli &c Croms of Alanson, Mich., never give . afford to listen. else. These House of Representatives so thor-'f- ! out their children It is an accepted fact that nine ami are only a fewanything thousands of &3l$toWVmJ among The weather is very bad at of infants of ten of the troubles Mrs-J-Cox 'Io1!ct' E1- oughly hated by the grafters and '4 women. children is intestinal. You notice it present. ?, r.0cAND$1.OCATALL CniGGISTS- , , , 'T . You can buy a fifty cent or one "by the fact that the child is constit Licubuiy juuiexa, wno nave ior fiSS!SBBHS2EaCS5ffiE3S2?25S5& pated, it belches, is peevish and cries. dollar bottle of any nearby druggist, Revs. Marrs and Sam Breed- years Don't give a remedy that contains an for they have all sold it for a generabeen looting the general it on your opiate, because the child will get in tion, but if you want to test ing of North Carolina, began a Government through the . Disthe habit of needing it, and don't be- child first send your address to Dr. The next meeting of the Kenprotracted meeting at the M. E come alarmed and run at once for a Caldwell and he will cheerfully send trict appropriation bills, as this tucky Educational Association you a free sample bottle. doctor. Church at Breeding Thursday Try a scientific laxative "first. Give Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell. same Democratic Democrat. will be held in the city of Louisof Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, a small dose with good attendance. 111. Ben Johnson made a name for ville on Pepsin, the remedy that is intended 1912. The June vj. j.vujjii himself in his native State, servxrxi iti.ivii xiuoicuu officers of the Association have county, bought of J. H. Kin- -' ing as a member of the Legisadopted the following slogan, naird one tract of land known as lature. Internal Revenue Col "40n to Louisvilie! Do not hesiDo It While Living: While the Felix McKinney, land, paying lector, as Speaker of the House. tate! Go!" which is being printliving is the time to bestow your six hundred dollars. Alberson State ' enator, and is now served extensively in red ink and is O love. Don't wait until the lov sold L. Wilkerson $300 worth of ing his 3rd term in Congress attracting unusual attention ing heart has ceased its beating White oak off said land He is in the prime of life, of ta 1 among teachers. 'and the tired feet are still to tell Messrs. Ira and Tom Branham commanding presence, genial and HUGHES them you love them. What can left here the 28 for Romney, cordial to all who meet him, and J COMPANY (. they know of your words of Ind. On reaching their destin.v positive in his convictions when C. L). ' IL BLIMUS. love, and praise, tears of grief? it was too cold for the boys so once maje. That he has sized VETERINARY SURGEON 4 Give me all the love you have for they came back to Louisville, up tne situation in the District LargestJWhoIesale Sash and Door House me while I'm living; it will help there Ira joined the standing pretty accurately, and has struck in the South'. us to bear the wearv burdens Army, and the writer things Tom. terror ;nt0 tne hearts of these Send your orders to us for prompt shipment e that come on so thick and fast. will be at home by the time it genial grafters who have so long and good goods. If We appreciate them. In the home more especially is snows agam. o KirrVi (iirnon fhinrro thia true. The poor tired is putting it mildlv. The brazen Tarter. wife is the packhorse. Without affroniery of the Republican pa -" '0-INCORPORATED Special Attnetin to Eyes J loving word, she toils days one v C Mr. W. F. Shepherd and wife pers of the District of Columbia o 0 e by day, raises the little children, were visiting Mr. T. G. White in making war upon him, even Fistulo, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices 1 am cares for the sick, until it seems and wife, Saturday. before he had been named as the vell fixed to take care of stock. Won ey flue when work is done or stock t- e delicate form could bear as if removed from stables. Mr. Frank white and wife chairman of the District com U. G. MAKOHICK, Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. no more. Never comes a word were the guests of Mr. W. C. mittes, shows to what lengths LOCATION IFAP ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. 0NBURK5VILLE STREET. of praise for trying to do her White, the latter part of the the band of "best citizens" so best Yet there comes a day week. called, will go. when the feet go no more in the That they have overplayed Mr. Lindsey Snow was visit- INCORPORATED 7sS9 1861 ESTABLISHED home, the voice, is still, there is their hand and found that in- deep solemnity all over the place mg at Mr. W. G. Shepherd's li. Sttme, stead of a weaking susceptible Saturday and Sunday. Something is gone. What is it? Attoney-At-Lato their time worn customs of DEALERS IN Mr. Frank Tarter and wife might say your packhorse yet I C Will practice in dinners and social functions ; an ENGINES. ECLEFS, SAW MLIS. were the guests of Mr.. W. F. 'I'll use the name that should be this and adjoining counties. honest, courageous man anxious GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS Shepherd last week. sweetest, "Darling Mother" Jamstown, Kentucky, : 1301 TftlRTeeNTft-MM- N. to do justice to all the people, inLOUISVILLe Mrs. T. G. White is on the sick has gone Life is blank; wife. my side and outside of the District love, my life, has left me! Ah list. of Columbia, has now dawned me! home will never be what it Mrs. Ann L. White is very upon them with terrible force. has been; mother and wife has sick at this time. National Democrat. left us! If you could only say Miss Lora Shepherd was visitSheet Iron and Tank Work also, "I never gave her anything ing Miss Stella Shepherd last A Philadelphia bachelor, i r loving words- of praise, en Wednesday. but wealthy, killed himself because couragement. I lifted every bur-- 1 Miss Eula Shepherd was the h was so lonely. Fere was a den I could from her slight JOBBING WORK SOLICITED jgi guest of Miss Sarah Abrell, Sat a case of misery not lovirg com' ' Instead you general- shoulder. pany well enough to marry it. urday night All Kinds of Machinery kepaired- ly howl with grief because your The Kentucky Educational As-on wife has gone and there is no Hog The GrSat Ame-ricasociation is the organized leader .. to pack all the hard work on, T. . anr1 ,,, , . HTV-' WV, wirW "WV "' ""b great reason, yet it in mailers euuuauunui .m uie or scold for everone's faults any evident State, and its plain duty is to In . does not complain. Neither does shocking Sounds. go through this world apolog- . In the earth are sometimes heard be- it tne concent, nits urgauizauuii hiiij fore a terrible earthquake, that warn izing for what it does or does not the administration of the public At Lowest Cut Rate Prices of the coming peril. Nature's warnings do. It takes things as they come are kind. That dull pain or ache in the and supremely happy if it can schools. If the organized teachhack warns vnn the Kirinevs nppH nh- A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headline! do not take and ' somethiug to eat and ers of the State vnn wnnifi tfcnco have tentinn if inp maintain an intelligent and pa- -' 19c dangerous maladies. Dropsy, Diabetes places to rOOSt and rest. It does Per Box Laxative BrJHinine or Bright's diseases. triotic lead in these matters! Take Electric! .i, i, ij 15c R;n.0fnBM .,r,,l o Ur,r,n.n Laxati ve'Tablets Singley ' ' 1 ., muuu tu tne viu ouw ui jM.i.u. uiiu ia&t; wai.iva,iiu xiv nut indnci which embrace their life work, HENRY WATTERSON 25c and all your best feelings return." My how small is the pen, how cloudy Hills Cascara Quinine have they any cause to complain ' 25c .son received great benefit from their the weather or how poor the Weeks Brealc a Cold Tablets use for kidnev and madder trntihlp." if others assume their abdicated Editor, "'" 25c writes Peter Bondy, South Rockwood. crops. She can roll over on her Nyals " 25c ,Mich,-Iticertainly a great kidney cirlo inn rnrnor nnrl snnldp Vpii leadership. One part of our' A. D. S. " .. wwav MVwkw uiuv n i 4I . We Can Furnish You school system cannot suffer with- medicire" Try it r0c at Paull Drug Co. ... . , '" : ' " 19c Ttexal ; young witii ju&b as many biiiceie . out all parts suffer. It is the; " Bottle ' 83c Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil grunts of contentment as any duty of every man and woman The Aflair COUIlty KeWS WEEDS INJURE THE Farm- .3c ." " Scotts Emulsion Tfa ofcher in the globe 'engaged in school work of every! They withdraw from the grow-- ; , " Cod Liver Oil "V. -- " ". Nyals ' ' and the ' " :v " ' ioo mg crops more or less of the 'lean go out to the hog lot fence, grade and kind to put his should- -' Wine ' er to the wheel and assist m htt ' ' ". V 89c .fertility of the soil and retards. Band thrust one toe in a crack, rest mg the schools out of the rut of .. ., ., Weekly 50c their full development by crowd- -' . . ., Emulsion .' " ' L. innr onn mrAioViolniiTii-in- ' fliAwi indifference. Nero fiddled while1 lj"83c A. D. S. the pokers grow into money and . Rome burned; let no men bicker1 vveeus sucn as Dimaweea, tnis-- 1 ggc Courier-Journ- al forget his cares. He is gently 1.00 tie, pigweeds, lambsquarters, rebuke for his worry. He can re while the children of the State Vinol 1 suffer. It is the duty of every aocK, etc, mane narvestmg a Write us for Quotations turn to the house a wiser and a teacher to attend the annual Sixth & Jefferson heavier joo by increasing the happier man. Both One Year CITY louisvi lle, iw (3raf t an(j causing extra wear on meeting of this Association and the binder and mower. For $1.50 Louisville has manifested a to lend his hand and heart to Weeds delay the curing o great interest recently in the ru- the great work it is doing. The meeting will be held in Daily grain and hay. The Adair County News ral schools of the State. Many next We can also give liberal They make threshing more conferences for the improve- Louisville June combination rate with Dail Courier-Journ- al Both one .difficult and the cleansing o f ment of the rural schools have Germany's 17 dirigible war or Sunday Courier Journal. grain and seed more tedious been held in the city, and it has balloons are simply 17 gasbags The members of the Kentucky the profession meet and greet, Very few of them have any shown much interest in every out of date. No other country is Write Courier-Journ- al ComEducational Association are look- exchange opinions and experi-- 1 food value for stock, while some, measure for the improvement of a bit alarmed by them. pany, Louisville, Ky., for forward with much interest ences, trials and tribulations, such as squirrel-tai- l grass, wild all the schools in the State. For ing free sample copy of edition meeting of the Asso- plans and devices. The pleas- - oats and porcupine grass, which this reason Louisville has been The census man informs us to the next you desire, but be sure to urable anticipations, the excel- - have barbed awns, are injurious selected as the next place of that there are 16,502 jackasses ciation at Louisville on June send your subscription order It is expected that this meet- lent professional talks, and rounds to aninals. meeting of the Kentucky Educa- in American cities. Evidently ing will be a sort of home- - com- table chats are enjoyable features Many o f the more serious tional Association. The time is the census man has overlooked a to this paper NOT to the ing, where all the members of of the Association. weed, such as perennial sow June 25 27. Courier Journal. few. -non-gripin- ONE WAY OF SAVING FREE TO TRY A BABY g. Survey Completed. The thistle, oftentime interfere with survey of the power plant to be a proper rotation of crops, and constructed on Robinson Creek by James Davis and R. L. Russell has been completed, and effort is now being made to get the right of way to lay pipes, etc. 1 1 i s said that the promoters of the enterprise expect in time to furnish the water supply for the city of Campbellsville from there. To that end a reservoir is to be constructed between the site of he proposed plant and this city Already the matter has caused some considerable discussion in regard to what the power to be used for. The News Journal. j Congressman John on. j I PnONA -- - c-- c" , alF E i 25-2- 7, v Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. j Crenshaw! j vmf-V- i i -7- Poll-evi- l, - W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. (WmiiWIGHTS i i mACftlMlSTS Joseph w smokestacks; "c-te- Why - j Not 1 . - Read ne i d Ever ything The Dru Line j i The .., Courier . ! Journal? . . , ! j ; j s uw-- i ' . 42-8- . ; i ; 50-1- 00 . -- . , ' - " ! ! ! t i i i 1 J IT ; I i . j ! HALL PHARMACY, ; i and year $4.00 , ) I 25-2- 7. , ! i 25-2- 7. j . ! TfiE ADAlK CoUNf Y NEWS "'Twas Ever Thus." Couldn't Walk! "F used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to K women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I, grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." f LAROUI Woman'sTonic TAKE The Several years ago I officiated as "end man" in an amateur minstrel show, and as one of my "props" I purchased a huge rhinestone ring at the store. It so happens that 1 have a friend who is worth somewhere near a half milliou more than I am. he being the possessor of about $500,000. He wears a 10-cent We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, helped a you, it ftfve it a trial.It It should help pure, for has harmless, herb ingrediis made from others. ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try it ! Your druggist sells it Write to: Ladies' Advisory DcpL. Chattanooza Medicine Co.. Chattanooca, Tcnn., book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. 1 58 for Special Instructions, and Q-pa- amz.i'mm He Won't Limp i N ow ties. 'Phone 29. Or. Office No more lim ing for Tom Moore of t Cochran, Gd. "I had a bad sore on my y. 'nstep that nothing seemed to helv till used Buckien's Arnica Snv- he writes )it this wonderful healer soan cured me Heals old run ning sores, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 23 cents at Paull - 'Phone 40- - James Triplet! Dentist. a diamond vvorth sbout $759. One day I happened to have that ring in my pocket, intending to lend it to a friend of mine about- to do a vandaville stunt at a social gain ering, and I met my wealthy friend. He invited me to lunci and of course I accepted. I showed him my ring, and we made up a little deal. He put on the ring and I stuck his scarfpii in my cravat. We met a number of mutual friends at the restaurant, and all of them ad mired my friend's magnificent new diamond ring, and all of them poked fun at me for wear-in- g a chunk of glass in my scarf-pi- n ni-cktie. member by his kindly courtesy and quiet consideration. One of the ladies, wishing to find out if a sense of humor was also one of his qualities, propounded to him the following conundrum: "Which dies the harder, a sculptor or a barber?" The Englishman gave it up, and she replied: "A sculptor, because the barber curls up and dies, but sculptor makes faces and busts. The English lady laughed, not boisterously, but that she attributed to his well-bre- d reserve, nnd decided in his favor. Later in the evening he came to her and said: "'Miss F., would you mind if told you something?" ''No," she answered "I wouldn't hurt your feel ings," he went on in his delicat vay, "you American ladies ao charming; but you do mak. 'ome peculiar grammatical er rors That conunbrum. now, yoi know, it isn't busts, it's burst ' 1 - pie, hesitatingly, let us draw lots to see which one of shall retire till the other has crossed." THE The Material Interest maintained an unbroken silence and an unwavering stare. "In order to avoid a conflict" the Moral Principle resumed, somewhat uneasily, " I shall myself lie down and let you walk over me.' LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, Then the Material Interest found his tongue "1 don't think you are very good walking, he said"I am a little particular about what I have understood. Suppose you get off into the 1911 BETTER,! BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR PRICE OF vater." THE LOUISVILLE TIMES occured that way Ambrose It Bierce. IS $5.00 A YEAR. The Pastor's Mistake. In JEFFRIES BLOCK i Drug Co. COLUMBIA KENTUCKY GXaCsX8X?X!0)SKXi ft Then they all looked foolish when we swapped back, and n y friend stuck the scarfpin in its accustomed place, while I deliberately smashed the ring with the handle or my knife. Out of the Ginger country church in Iowa not Ion since waa brought forward a little child. The young minister, who har an uncontroluble desire to wa eloquent on every occasion taking the little one in his arms spok-as - Beloved hearers no one can tel Is a blow from a kicking cow the future of this child. He ma grow up to be like Sir Isaac a real milk punch. Marriage vows are too often Newton or a great orator liki GOURIER-JOUR- NflL Patric Henry, and it is possible followed by marriage rows. Everybody has to hustle; even that some day he may become HENRY WATTERSON, Editor the egg is compelled to scramble president of the United S.ates Turning to the mother the lc oftentimes. Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in quacious young minister inquirThose who rise early in the politics. It prints all the news without ed. morning are likely to rise above What in the name of the child fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 their troubles. my dear woman a vear. but you can get the WEEKLY Men are like hens, the harder Mary Ann was: the reply. COURIER-JOURN- AL they have to scratch for a living the more useful they become. Counting Their Drink's In AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The physiologists tell us that the city of London in the time of we have five senses, and yet King John a special officer was HOT i ONE YEAR some folks acts as if they had appointed by the corporation to none. see that every vendor had hangFebruary, it is true, is a little ing outside his shop an iron vesshort, but it is likely to pull sel with pegs marking the differ through without bankrupting ent quantities sold. And pegs done. TO THIS PAPER-n- ot to The were used for convivial purposes, March. I Will In No Wise Cast Out. Louisville Times While waiting for something for the pegs marked the amount if you will ;;ive or -- en your oder to this Ihave preached his Gospel now to turn up it were better to get of liquor which each of the party paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Manchus Look Like Chinese the plow ready for turning some- was to drink, and the unlucky or for many years, but 1 never met "Manchus? What do you mean greedy who did not "drink with a sinner yet that Christ re-- 1 thing up. fused to cleanse when he came to by 'Manchus?' You can't tell One of our contemporaries ad- to pegs" was fined a penny or Gaiirier-Joiirn- al, him. I never knew of a single can't tell, af terall my years in Yr vises scales for the farm, and sometimes "pegs all around." In China-- a Manchu from a Chinese. some parts of the country, prin- - !case of H man who trusted Jesus, that San Jose critter is doing its Of course, either party, if descipally the midlands and the and' asked to be forgive-- , con- best to supply them. Courier-Journ- al, perate, might turn savage. A. Yr north, a rough and ready reckon-- ! fessing his sin and forsaking it, Farmers are considered the rat will bite if it is cornered. But most honest class on earth, but ing of the number of drinks in who was cast out. I say I never as things look now, no rat is goWe can iz;ive you a combination cut even the best of them are con- dulged in during a drinking bout met one man whom Jesus refus- - ing to have a chance to bite. He's rate on Duly r Sunday if you will write tinually taking advantage of the is made by unbuttoning the waist ed; nor shal, r ever do so j going to be completely swailow-e- d coat, each button undone repre- this paper. weather. up." have spoken with drunkards senting a drink, the most glon-- ' Questioned further about the If the average man were to xsxsxxs :"xsxs)S)(sX" ;S ous topers being those who can Whm he haS deUvered from Manchus, Dr. Smith said that imitate the crack baseball player unbutton and button up and go their evil habit' and with men they were everywhere in China. 'and make a "home run" as soon home sober. London Chronicle, guilty of foul sins who have be- without having been made a Dart as he gets his week's pay, the come pure and chaste through, ofChina -- They look as much saloons would be obliged to go graC60f Ur Lord J-- us. !ike the Chinese as one drop of out of business. colds contracted by their They bave always told me the water looks like another. the frequent 'Our best friends are those children, 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PFR ROD and have abundant reason for When l filSt Went t0 China who tell us of our faults' so its as very cold weakens the lungs Same 3tory ,,T S0USht the Lord, We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENE as lone runs the ancient proverb; but it lowers the vitality and paves the way and he heard me; he hath washed ase one f my colleagues what as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights more , . T that they do not re- tortne fii,tT serious diseases that so mc m ins uiuuu mu i aiu winter all this talk about Chinese and t and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. n ffon r'nmi,.i: l Manchus meant. He' said that main our friends very long after Remedy is famous for its cures, and is than snow. Spurgeon. SB INCH it was. just as if one snake had they have told us. somen pleasant and safe to take For sale by ; swallowed another up to the head When Johnny, returned from a Paull Dru Co. '42irtCH wM. The Commercial Club, The f and hadn't digested his swallow-ing- s. visit to green fields and real Louisville Convention and Pub- 34INCH JMfl f And it's just so now. They Piunciple And interest.- -a )icity League and various trees, he disclosed to his mother ther are one, only they semen hnnnnnKnnhhnnHnnhRHHR h&wtu3 i rt tjr u v" aren't " Dr. "tj i Tr tc nrnf u u ipifivi it this wonderful news: ' Out at Moral Principle met a Material Commercial Organizations of OViTnYnATRTVinTT7 t7vefT?rrnrKnwJtff A. H. Smith, in the the , farm they don't get their Interest on a bridge wide enough the oity are taking spedal pains milk out of a can; they pump it for but. one to entertain the teachers and to i t "Down you base thing!" make the Kentucky Educational out ot a cow." From February i rwr IWVm q.TwriiirB' njrfT yfYL IAIlf IJl lLJVt roc mnf J ! 1 j Blamed A Good Worker. 4&ez x.&ixei&iwxVir!e3M!wnimrKTxm.i thundered the Moral Principle, Association which meets there in ELLWOOD FENCE 15TANDAKD STYLE) KADE ft SX HEIGHTS Farm Journal. ! blamed my heart for severe dis and let me pass over you!" Implements and Roofing. June the greatest meeting of the tress in my left side for two years," hardware, Farm The Englishman. An EngThe Material Interest, merely Association ever held in the writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., but I ... MiwbW4MUU , .. . , lish actor was traveling with an looked in the other's eyes with- otate. LL lb ueneveu- tnac at ; BHUH .W. Lif Q Pin3 completelytu XJX King3 New cured 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. American company and won his out saying anything. least 2,500 teachers.will be pres- - me. aest ior stomacn, Jiver and kidney troubles, constipation headache o& Louisville, Ky. ,wav into the heart of every "Ah," said the Moral. Princi- -' ent at this .session. , debility. 25c. ! WEEKLY Jar. follows- - Look About. If we will only IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEfc look around us we will see there s not a person we meet but' TO US, YOU CAN GET here is something loveahle about a smile, a motion a feature, THE ADAIR COUNTY 'oice. walk, act All have some ood trait. If they have a sweet NEWS 'oice, tell them you think so, nd it will make them happier AND nd gain you a friend. If they THE L0U1SV1LEE tve some feature you admire, cr. or motion, tell them and they will like you far better. Do you TIMES now that is the true way of aining friends to tell them their BOTH ONE YEAR ood traits and leave the bad for oem to find out? If we hear a FOR ONLY love the voice, tell her. dinner and nd every song will be sweeter THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ipeause of a loved one. If any- the best afternoon paper prin-r.- " ne has a pretty feature, tell her anywhere. or theie are many unhappy and sensitive about their looks If Has the best corps of corres. anyone has a pretty walk or oondents. notion, say so. It hurts us to be Covers the Kentucky field perold of ah Ugly feature, act or notion, but to he tol there is fectly. something nice", pleasant or good Covers the general news field about us, raises us iri our own estimation and insDires us to try completely. to be more perfect. It is not Ha the best and fullest mar crael, wilful, malicious tongue of kets reports. envy and jealousv that hurts. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but There are men and women we all know them that are living fair to everybody. lives of complete sacrifices for SEND YOUR SUBSCkIP-T10- N others, and never hear one word of love or praise for anything RIGHT AWAY v $4.50. I Daily S6.00 2.00 Sunday j j i )fi) . EL WOOD WIRE FE N CE JJLZT I j : J ,.,,,, j l j TAA77T7THy j fff7 w w w fT " . Eir ? ' ti. lflf v at tttti I lil - I DEHLER BROS., 1 I at Paull Drag: Co. s X r V. . jf atf W 8 . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Jamestown. May we all live dispensation. such lives as to be an unbroken h family in that land of pure wh'ere God shall wipe away all tears, and there shall be no more deaths for the former things are passed away. Married on the 14th Mr. Allen Kemp to Miss Lena Pickett. Mr. Kemp isa prosperous farmer, while the bride is a very intele-geyoung lady. May success be theirs, is the wish of their friends. de-lignt Cane Valley. Mr. Lilburn Phelps, has re- Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our Son's, news goods are big live store. arriving daily. They will occupy $24. Russell Springs. jthe building vacated by J. V. Mrs. F. P. Rice and Mr, Will Lapsiey. & Campbellsville, were Callison, of Mr. J. V. Lapsley, our present d Incorporated Mrs. Dollie- - Wilson was visiting relatives at this place r, has tendered his to the bedside of her sick 522 and 524 West Market St. Saturday night and Sunday. resignation. J. 0. Holt and G. week, Mrs. Judd. mother last Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. T. C. Dudgeon who is 89 F. Eas thorn, are applicants for Mr. B. 0. Hurt and family years old is very feeble at this the offiice. are moving back to their farm writing. J. H. Judd, traveling salesnear White Oak. We regret W. L. Wilson and wife man, was Mr. here. verv much to orive Mr. Hurt and were visitin Columbia Saturday his estimable wife up as they Your scribe, is expecting to mSht and ' are such good citizens. shake hands with, Mr. J. E. Bob Ingram, of color while Murrell, at Jamestown, next Mrs. Dan Wilson is improving burning a plant bed on Mr. Pen-- 1 Monday, first day of Court. slowly. Wholesale and Retail ick Smith's farm dropped dead iVir- U1VSUS OUpp and Miss Row Town. last Monday. Hoh, drove to Jamestown Lou Miss Julia Penick was the last Thursday and while sitting Plant bed burning seems to be All Kinds oF Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blind: guest of Miss Rena Hancock, in their buggy were joined to the order of the day at present. Saturday night and Sunday. Columbia, Kentucky. gether in Holy wedlock They Several have been burnt, and Mr. John Faulkner and wife others are making preparations. have the best wishes of their spent last Saturday night and If the prospects are carried out many friends at this place. Sunday with Mr. J. W. Sublett there will be a great deal of toMrs. L. Rounds has been on and family. bacco raised in this section. the sick list this week. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al T. Dudgeon and wife Mr. R. Arthur Curry and wife, of Miss Geneva Stephens and visiting Mr. Hewiry Hurt of Big Creek, passed through here Both One Year for $1.50. Miss Maud Smith, visited Miss were Tuesday. Saturday, enroute for George Rena Stephens Thursday night. Columbia, Mrs. Ruel Edrington of Camp- Curry's at Rugby. Mr. J. H. Golf, Columbia, was from other parts of the wbrld. ' Mr. Billie Josh Cundiff, of visiting her sister N. R. Roach, our merchant at was in o'ur town Friday and Satur- bellsville I have just read the death ofl Camp Knox, was visiting Will Mrs. L. W. Dudgeon last week. Toria, was in Columbia, on bus-, day. one of my dear aunt's, (Mrs. Edd Squires, last Sunday. set in. Mr. Jimmie Vaughan was visit- iness Thursday. Mrs: G T. Conover left last A little friend said to us, why Mary Lawless,) whose home was Messrs.- - Bill Hood and Ben Mr. Arthur Rupe is seriously in Okla., we are grieved to know poem week, to join her husband who ing relatives at Spurlington last don't you write some little Hancock, were in Greensburg, week. ill at this time. like you used to, so I can get has a position in Louisville. we can never see her again in on business last week. Mr. Dick Hubbard who hapthem by heart. To please our this world, but hope to meet all Misses Ellen and Bessie Epper- Mr. James Wilson and son, little friend we will close with json, were visiting relatives at pened to an accident in Louisville our loved ones in heaven. I feel some time since by an automobile CAUSE AND REMEDY, that I can and do, deeply sympa- Owen, have purchased a car load a short poem which is easy lo this place last week. of fertilizer, and will sell it at has returned to his home. , memorize. thize with my uncle and children, Mrs Young and daughter BerMr. Count Dudgeon was on the Uncertainty of the immediate since I myself am left so lonely. his barn. I look up and he looks down, and thus tha, were visiting Mrs. Willis future is looked upon by many men our loving eyes can meet. Mr. Albert Bright, of Marion sick list last week. only been one year and Phelps this week.of affairs, as a blockade to enter- It has Unclouded his and clear of frown Mrs. Alice Hendrickson ancl prise and business prosperity, and five months since I was beref c of county, and Miss Annie Cox, and gravely sweet Mrs. Ermine Wilson and Luthapparent comfort of home, a were married last Thursday, Mrs. Bet Cunningham, spent this blockade is now quiteof trade. all joy-an- d throughout the channels er Rounds, were, at Jamestown last Tuesday with Mrs. Sallie Pyrus. The Presidential Election; the kind loving husband and a sweet night, at the home of the bride's Thursday on business. efforts of Congress with no fixed little son. But while life seems father, Mr. A. B. Cox. Mr. Callison. ' purpose; Organized Labor as a new The health of our community B 0. Hurt made a business Mr. C. R. Dudgeon has com- factor in politics; together with dark and lonely let us try to look and Mrs. Bright, left for their is very good at this writing. trip to Columbia Saturday. pleted a metal roof on his dwell- other matters of greater or less on the brightest side of all things, future home. import, represent at this time a and think there comes light after Several of our farmers have Mrs. Tobias Huffaker and Mrs. Robert Ingrams father, ing. chaotic conflict of separate intertheir plant beds burned, making Mr. Waldrop, of Owenington, is daughter, Miss Williard, were Misses Susie Kate Page, Ada ests, to harmonize which is now the darkness, crown after cross. preperation for a tobacco crop. problem before the country. visiting her this week. I am living in the little town visiting at Mr. James Wilson's, Feese, and Mr. Rob Feese attendAll want Prosperity, Peace and $e are glad to note that Mr. Prof. HulTaker visited his home ed the show in Columbia Thurs- Plenty. Read with care the Cin- of Greenwood Ind.. have a very last week. t cinnati Enquirer, a journal that nice home, my youngest brother, Porter Sexton, is improving, he Mr. John Squires, sold a nice Saturday and Sun- day night. ner Columbia prints all the news each day from made a trip to Grady vilie Friday wife, are with me bunch of hogs, last week, for every commercial center through- Liston and day. but cannot walk without crutch A barometer of this winter, they have a very out the world. CANE VALLEY NO. 2 5i cts. Mr. Alec. Chewing, Columbia causes and effects that points out, es. sweet little boy, Harold, he is Miss Mattie Callison is visiting as a Beacon Light, the danger and Cundiff Brothers, sold three Miss Mattie Vance, is on the visited the family of B. 0. Hurt her sister, Mrs. 0. W. McAlister the safeguard therefrom. lots of company for me, helps me stacks of hay, to Mr. Hendricks over Saturday and Sunday. As well known, the Daily En-- . to pass many long hours away. sick list. in Metz, Mo. quirer is the largest in size and Sullivan, for $50. Mrs. J. A. .Vire, attended Evlyn, the little daughter of I like Indiana yet I like to Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Corbin, highest priced paper in the United Miss Ida Todd, left last Friprayer meeting at Gradyville Mr. and Mr. J. W. Kimble, has States, yet cheapest, measured byimake a visifc back to old Ky., who have been living in Highland quality ana quantity. b'jen quite sick this week. Wednesday night. day, for Louisville, to lay in her The Weekly Enquirer, with the once a year to see father and Park or the past year, returned Mrs. J. D. Vance wife and two cream and digest of all the news, mother, brothers and sisters. stock of spring and summer mil- to this place last week. able and conservative editorials, linery- children, Grace and Ruth, spent Mrs. Annie Edrington, of mnrt-pf- - rpnnrhO methods and re friends and relatives As I have fc. IRltevai7 ri3Wi3IWMR!n 231 1.1.-1-1 last Sunday at C. W. Keltner. lUtWfS'l Mr. Hendrick Sullivan, has I5m Campbellsville, was visiting her sults from Government and State written more already than I had .Experiment Stations, veterinary intended in the beginning will moved to the place, known as. Several of the young folks, of sister, Mrs. Lester Dudgeon, matters, Peoples Forum, choice "NEW the Pickett Community visited literature, short and continued stor- close with besc wishes to all my Bill Hancock farm. We regret last week. sermons, general Ky., friends also to the News. ies, at Mrs. W. S. Pickett's last INTERNATIONAL, very much to give this estimable Mrs. E. C. Page, of Frankfort, information, etc., with the exclusion DICTIONARY night. Saturday of all matters of scandal and imfamily up. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. morality, is today the Cleanest Russell CreeK. Keltner wife, and The Only New unabridged dicMr. R. 0. D. Moore. Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Mr. Scott Todd, sold one pair tionary in many years. daughter, Daisy, spent Friday Each issue is alone worth the orice Smith, is able to go of aged work mules, to Will Mr. Jim Messrs. Bram Beard, Jake Contains the pith and essence of a year's subscription. with Mrs. C. W. Keltner and of an authoritative library. Grant and W. R. Johnston are Solicitors for subscriptions make about his room. Bradshaw. of Georgetown for Covers every field of knowlr family. Malcom a putting in a midget flouring mill a handsome profit and increase the edge. An Encyclopedia in Born, to the wife, of $450. Same party bought of good influence of The Enquirer in Rev.Pangburn, passed through single book. at Coburg. Combest, a daughter. Only Dictionary with the the uplift of morality and industry, Horace Massie, of Taylor Co., on his way to Bridgeport, to fill Tho Divided Page. New and for the betterment and welfare Mr. Eugene Grasham, is quite 400,000 "Words. 2700 Pages. of the community. For terms write his appointment. one pair of mules for $325. Esto. 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio, sick, at this writing. Our hearts were made very half a million dollars. Miss Myrtie Squires, was quite During the months of January and Let us tell you about this most Farmers are doing but little sad, last Tuesday, when we Greenwood Ind. remarkable single volume. sick, last week. February we will send the Adair County message of .the death 5SSiSS3Htt write for sample on account of bad weather. Squires, was shopping News and the Daily Miss Ruth l pases, full par-- i Mr. Wm. Price, has been on Editor News: f our dear uncle of Glasgow, 2jf laTiriiii KV ticnlnre, etc 8 each for $4.00. The Daily one year Cane Valley, last Thursday. the sick list, for some time. Enclosed you will find one dol- at Mr. Wiley Gownes. he was born six months and the and ufl9P9 f5vE& nauer wil1 Robert Graves, is erecting a lar for which please renew my Mr. Finis Cundiff, of Cane Val- Adar County News one year for S2.75. county. BErmjNav1 and reared in Adair vKft we new dwelling, on a tract of land subscription from date expired. ley, was to see. his father, who The Daily Courier Journal, three His remains were brought back TZHSBBkn&s'c' KV a set of two,: weeks, last wk Pocket purchased of W. N. Bryant. 'months and the Adair County News one I am very anxious to receive the has4)een sick to, Edmonton, and hurried by 'MCap8 I , . JRl year for $2.00. Remember that this W. N. Bryant, bought 40 acres news.jeyery weeK, for through Tuesday night. loving Hands' at the cemetery.4 r; Dohdney, unprecedented offer if good only in the Mr. and W. C: Grider. of land,-oits columns I. get all the news Rp leaves a wife' 3 or 4 child- months of January and February. Now fromgny old home friends and of Milltown, were visiting Mr. is the tim'e'to subscribe TfiisHs presia host of relatives to Selby and Hammonds, 'left ren, and Mrs. Sam E. Squires, last ' We cannot dential year and every body should motirn,. their, loss. last week, with a nice bunch of neighbors, in Russell Co., also a and : keep posted. great many friends and relatives Sunday. cattle, for the Stanford market. jjow understand the whv' of this turned, he has been flyings around the circle, was in New York and other northern cities. His trip certainly benefited him, he is so improved in appearance. We have gasoline lights now from corner to corner, we thank the hote'ls for their improvement, especially when we are compelled to go to the P. 0. on a dark night. Owing to the cold weather the mails were very late coming, neither had we any gasoline lights. The gentlemen from Moticello, stopped at the hotel last night, enroute to Columbia to attend the basket ball game. Our prayer meeting Wednesday night was conducted by sister Tarter, and she made a most impressive interesting talk. Brother J. H. Stone was appointed to conduct on next Wednesday night. Tho hnnfcj ova nnh rnnniiiir nniv., .. -w w v. ... 0 .l. which is a great inconvenient to our merchants, who have goods awaiting them at Burnside. I fear we will not have any nice treats for our circuit court, ba- nannas apples ect. Mr. Luther Scholl, says marrying is easy, but housekeeping-ihard, we agree with him. Mrs Knight, was out at prayer Wednesday night, meeting which I believe was the first time since the severe weather w- The dwelling of Mr.Loyd WatThere's a new boy, at C. I. son who lives in the Mt. Carmel Medaris'. Charley is all smiles. neighborhood was destroyed byj Mac Littrel, was calling, on fire last Sunday. our merchants, a few days ago. Miss Mattie Callison is'on an Some of the boys have busiextended visit to her sisters, ness in other parts next week, Mrs. 0. W. McAllister,, of Metz as Mr. Huddleston, is coming to Mo. town. Mr. Chapman Dohoney of R. I. Bartleson and Snother-Campbellsville, was in" our town man, made our town not long Monday amd Tuesday. j Oscar Conover, had a clearing last Monday. - HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF for handling The readers) of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS will be pleased to heart that our facilities Floor Coverings of All Kinds Have been greatly enhanced. to the practical display More space is devoted of itnmense stocks of Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums handsome Store Room hus been arranged for the showing of A new Lace Curtains and Draperies Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our Mr. W. L. Wilson sold to Mr. Leslie Bennett four shoats or -- since. Holt & i Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff, sum-mon- post-maste- -- I , Sandusky & Co. LUMBER i i t '. I ; . s . , i t - ! . IIK1.-VT- ' , WEBSTER'S non-sectari- an re-eivedt- he Courier-Journa- I Courier-Journ- al HirA. flBJpaL . -- . f Mrs.--Gha- t -- . i fl