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There have been two basketball Bowling Green, Ky., Feb., 19. '12 The following gentlemen compose the games at Lindsey recently with very cireuit'eourt, now. different results, one with Monticello J Dr. U. L Taylor, The JU$ Meted Character Died IB ion is aMarch Woman's Home Compan juries of the Russell Columbia, Ky. big advance spring fashion num in session. Saturday night Feb. 17th, and one with Dear Doctor: Clinton County, Last WeeK ber and it is filled with the latest fashPETIT JURY Campbellsville last Sat. night Feb 24th. According to section 20 of the law, ion news from Paris, New York and Bryant Meece, A. W. Foley, M. D In the first Lindsey was defeated by I am to make an annual certification to atthe Ae 124 Years. other great centers. Grace Margaret Rexroat, Hiram Campbell. J. A. Ber- a score of 25 to 10, in the second she county treasurers, and the persona desn Gould, the fashion author- nard, J. E Snow, L. W Carnes, T. A. won by a score of 64 to 4. These figures ignated in the law will receive their ity who edits this important depart- Hale, J. F. Vigle, E. G. Wilson, W. tell the story either of a wonderful imcompensation from that source. This HE WAS A NATIVE OF GERMANY. ment for the Companion, has, as usual, M. Shepherd, Spencer Emerson, G. F. provement in one short week in Lind- can not be done, of course, till the done her work thoroughly, interesting- Eartham, John Wooldridge, W. T. sey 's team or of a vast difference in year's work is completed. So many ly and practically. Women of ordinary Mitchell, J. i. Holder, J. H. Phelps the enemy As a matter of fact both registrars are late in sending in reports Johnny Morg, an old German, who means can find in her pages suggestions Bi't Bucher, Bryanc Stephens, Uriah these conditions exist. We believe delays us in working the certifidied in Clinton county, last week, was for spring clothes that are artistic and Mitchell. J. W. Blakey, Conda Cundiff, without doubt that Lindsey's team that it cates each month. The year's report is perhaps the oldest man in the world. up to date, and yet economical. D. F. Bernard, G. R. Stephens, Sulten could now take some of the audacity now on our books and our entire office He came to this country in 1812 and he The special feature of the Compan- D. Foley, J. E. Wooldridge, Hiram out of Monticello, if they had a chance. force is at work preparing accounts. had papers to show that he served as a ion this month are unusually entertain- Irvin, W. M. Tarter, W. U. Cook, The game Saturday week was one of When I tell you we keep open acsoldier in a war of 1812; that he was ing and informative. There is a great Otho Coffey. the nicest and cleanest ever played in counts with more than twelve hundred twenty-fou- r years old when he enlisted. array of fiction and a number of notable Lindsey's gymnasium from the stand- registrars and twice that number of GRAND JURY. Taking that as thn cue, he was one articles, titles of some of which follow: point of good feeling and good order. J. S. Wooldridge, M. R. McQueary, The enemy were treated with the high- doctors and midwiyes, I am sure you hundred and twenty-on- e years old when "Maude Adams," an illustrated dewill realize what a stupendous task it he died He became a citizen of Clin- scription of the work of America's lead- F. M. Blankenship, Elza Shepherd, L. est courtesy, as was due tnem, and were will be to certify to all these. I trust, G. Bernard, M. R. Hovious, W. A. ton county a great many years ago, and ing actress; "How Laws Are Made," cordially cheered both at the beginning therefore, you will bear patiently with J U. Faulken-burwas known tc nearly every boby in the an article by the of the Price, J. L Brumley, and end. The referee and J H. Barger. Eelix Rexroat, umpire the gave them a full square us while this work is being done. I county. United States; "The Girl With a Voice," both shall thank you to see that this inforWhen a young man he was a scien- being an account of the abventure of a Brooks Savage. deal. "Monticello's ball" is now a mation reaches the registrars and docBram Lawless, a convict from the slang expression and a d tific boxer, and often entertained oung woman who prepared for opera on the tors of your county, and 1 appreciate crowds with his skill as often as a singing; "A Business Woman in Pol- State Penitentiary, who was being con- hill Monticello has an excellent team your writing me. person would spair with him. itics." being a description of the work veyed from Frankfort to Jamestown by and they deserve to be highly compliW. L. Henzer, order sf the Russell circuit court, a mented for their unusually swift play It is also said that in his early days of the Food Inspector of the city of State Registrar. who is a woman, and he was an interesting conversationalist, "When wintess in the case against Grover ing and good team work. Of Lindsey's j and the stories he would relate of his Baby is Sick," an article on the illness McQueary, charged with hors2 stealing team Lawrence Sullivan was the star Victuals With Grease In It. in Russell county, and indicted by the forward of the evening, making all the experiences were thrilling. of children by Dr. Roger H. Dennett, For ten or fifteen years before his The many other departments in the Grand jury, made good his escape from scores that were made, two nVld goals Companion, aside from the fashion de- the guard in the hills of Caney Fork and six foul goals, Elias Dunbar also death his mind was greatly impaired. A few days ago Charence Allen and partment, are filled with facts and creek last Tuesday evening, and as far did some fine playing as center, Hud- - Clint Sebastain, two colored men, who ideas and suggestions of interest and as heard has not been seen by any one dleston, Hodges, and Diddle as guards. work in town, were sitting together, Mail Contracts. since he made his escape. value The line up was as follows: discussing the times. After awhile E. Dunbar, Center they took up the subject of health and The following persons were successMarriage Lxenses. Right forward how to preserve it. L. Sullivan Griffith -- BlacK. ful bidders for mail contracts: Hudson & Huddleston Left forwards Both of the darkies live out of town, J. B. Barbee. Columbia to Camp, The following licenses were issued On February 3rd, Reuben Griffith and Right Guard but work in Columbia, Clarence for Will Diddle bellsville. Weldon& Hodges Left Guards different parties, but Clint has had a N, M. Tutt, Columbia to Creelsboro. from the Adair county clerk's office Bessie B. Black were quietly married during the month of February: in Jamestown, at the home of Mr. and Same, Columbia to Tarter. The game last Saturday night was al- steady job with Mr. J. O. Russell for M. C. Bault to Minnie E. Wilson Mrs. Frank Vigle, uncle and aunt of so J. B. Grant, Columbia to Knifiey. characterized by the best of order the past month. Dempsy Rice to Nannie East. the groom, by Rev. Tarter. Prestntly Clarence said: "Clint, I C. W. Sparks, Columbia to Grady-vill- e. and good feeling. The Campbellsville Rufus Bennett to Corda Belle Wilson. Mr. Griffith is a grandson of the late am sick, I am bilious and will have to team was not quite as good as the Edgar Smith to Adell Parrigan. Reuben Dunbar, of Russell county, and Tarter & Holt, Columbia to Eunice. Monticello team, but with Prof Romie take some medicine." Allen .Kemp to Lena Pickett his bride is the daughter of R. M. and "Pshaw," said Clint, I have not felt Some person in Cumberland county Judd and Prof. Will Young on it, as Prank Bennett to Dellie Gibbons. A. H. Black, of Creelsboro. was awarded the contract from Colum center and forward respectively, it the least bad for more than six weeks." Albert Bright to Annie C. Cox. The groom is a farmer near Belle "Oh, yes," said Clarence, you are bia to Burksville was not to be altogether despised. William Thompson to Mary Willis. Plains, Kansas, and is wll and favorColumbia to Jamestown has net been good working for Mr. Russell and he gives The Professors received quite a Joseph Henson to Mary Wooten. ably known here. let. deal of pleasant banter from their home you victuals with grease in it You go Houstin Roach to Pearl Sneed. The bride is one of Creelsboro's chums and friends. Lindsey's team back out in the cquntry and commence fairest, most accomplished young showed wonderful development over eating that old dry stuff, and you will RocK Fell in Cut. ladies, loved by all, a devout Christian The Basket Bali Game. the preceding Saturday night From need some medicine. " and earnest church worker. After a Monticello they had learned the yalue The breen burg accomodati on train A team from the Baptist Academy, bridal trip to Louisville, St. Louis and of good team work, and had been pracThe first day of circuit court brought met with an accident Wednesday morn- Campbellsville, came over last Friday Kansas City, .they will be at home in ticing to that end during the week. a large crowd to Jamestown, and busiing, in the cut on the C. & O. branch, afternoon and at 7:30 it repaired to the Belle plains, Kans. The News extends Bjen Rowe was the star forward in this ness, of all classes, fairly good during best wishes for a long and happy life. just beyond the Hardin's crtek bridge. Gymnasium Hall of the Lindsey-Wilso- n game, throwing 15 field goals. Law- the day. The two hotels were crowded The heavy rains had loosened a large to teach the boys, who live off the rence was close second, making 11 and some stock changed hands. There rock, which evidently fell after the en- railroad, a few tricks in Basket ball. The Jamestown BanK. field goals and 6 foul goals. The line were but few felony cases on the dockgine had passed, and the rock landed in Romie Judd and Will Yjung, former et, but the civil , business kept the up was as follows: a position to. side swipe the left side of students of the L W. T. S., who are There is not a better managed bankend of last week. Centers. Court busy e the train, tearing the steps from the now connected with the Baptist Acad- ing institution in Kentucky than the Dunbar and Turner Miserable roads kept miny persons Sullivan R. Forward. coaches, and injuring a number of emy, were members of the visiting Bank at Jamestown. The deposits are Rowe L. Forward. from court and a number of cases had wheel boxings. While the coaches club. The game was called promptly, increasing all the time, and it probably Marshall R. Guard. to be continued. were considerably damaged, the train many present to witness it, and at the has the largest reserve of any instituGoff and Guthrie L. Guards. continued its run with a half hour's de- end the score stood 64 to 4 in favor of tion in the State of its size. Mr. W. At the Age of Ninety-onlay Lebanon Falcom. the L. W. T. S. boys. It is said that S. Knight and Mr. Walter McKinney Visit To Bowling Green. the home team ate peanuts all through are the cashier and assistant cashier, respectively. They are men of excelLast Thursday Rev. Wash Grider, The tobacco markets throughout the contest. lent business attainments, and they who lived in the edge of Russell county, Kentucky have been active for the past have the confidence of the people. month, and prices have ruled high. On Falkenburg Hotel.- It has been my intention since return- near Stapp's Spring, after a long illThey take a delight in pleasing their ing from the Annual Conference of ness, closed his eyes in death. He some markets a great deal has sold as years old, and was Mr. N. B. Falkenburg, the new pro- customers, and tbey also manifest as Superintendents and Convocation of was ninety-on- e high as S33 and one or two hogsheads prietor of the hotel at Jamestown which much interest in the bank as the own- Teachers, which convened at Bowling highly respected by all who knew him. reached $40 per hundred. If the growers of Adair county luck well the com was formely known as the Patterson ers could possibly show. Green, Feb. 4th, and was in session un- He was a local Baptist preacher, and House, has made great improvements ing season, they will have many hog- til the 10th to malce mention of the many persons, in years gone by, were J. F. Neat Assaulted. in the interior of the building. The heads on the market, as a very large good work, I found the Adair county converted under his ministry. He left public corridor has been enlarged, givacreage will be put out. Many growteachers doing at this great institution many relatives in Russell and Adair Mr. J. F. Neat, who conducts a of the Western Kentueky State Nor- counties. His funerai was largely ating his guests ample room; and every ers will have in from ten to thirty room in the building has been refurnish- general store near Purdy, this county, mal School. The Adair county teachera tended. acres. ed. The table is supplied with the was assaulted late last Saturday after- are as follows: Misses Mary Garnett, Burnoon by Virgil Burton, The river being too low for boats If you want to keep posted during best the market affords and careful at- ton and Frank Burress, all Rural who Mary Miller, Nell Miller, Ethel Moore, Falken-burg'boys, tention is paid to guests. Mr. Lula Royse, Allye Garnett, Mary Pick- put the merchants and other business the year 1912, subscribe for the Daily son, a very gentlemanly young were drunk, it is said. Counei-Journa- l. ett. Elna Barger, Minnie Knifiey, Effie men of J amestown, to great inconvenThe price of the C.J. They went to the store, threw Coffey, man, looks after the office. Albyrtie Bardin, Messrs. ience the first week of circuit court. is $6.00 a year, but if you will send your weights at Mr. Neat and attempted to Wesley Turner, Wallace Beard and They could not get goods suffisubscription to The News office, we will use their knives on him. After a Elbert Webb. cient to accommodate the trade. A Visit to Mission Lands. furnish the Daily Courier-Journand number of passes Mr. Neat left the I was indeed phased to find, as I However, a tide set in last Tuesday and our paper one year each for $4.00. This store and his wife went and locked it. visited their class rooms, that they every body is now in a more pleasing offer is good during January and Beginning with next Sunday evening The boys returned and broke the door February. at the Presbyterian church, Rev. J R. down. Officers left here Mondoy morn- were ranking first in all their work and humor. receiving much praise from all their Crawford, will give a monthly talk on ing with warrants to arrest. Do you know that more real danger teachers One professor remarked the In a collision at La Fayette Indi- Mission lands. These talks will deal Adair deltgation is among the best we lurks in a common cold than in any ana, a few days ago, George Cundiff, with the peoples, customs, religions, The News is one dollar per year. have here. They are all delighted other of the minor ailments? The safe a former citizen of Cane Valley, was etc., and will be illustrated by approand will continue their work until way is to take Chamberlain's Cough considerably hurt, but not dangerously. priate views. Mexico will bo the first There is no better medicine made for there Remedy, a thoroughly reliable preparaHe was carried to the hospital and the country visited. The general purpose colds than Chamberlain's Cough Reme- the term closes in June. tion, and rid yourself of the cold as 1 must say their kind and courteous report stated that it would require of these talks will be to emphasize tha dy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves quickly as possible. This remedy is for to me during my stay there several days for him to recover. Geo. missionary obligation. Everybod the lungs, opens the secretions, aids treatment Cundiff is the day man for the inter-urba- n an offering will be taken to cov- expectoration, and restores the system was deeply appreciated and they have sale by Paull Drug Co. line, and his brother, Ed, is er the expense of the pictures. to a healthy condition. For sale by my very bast wishes for a good school year. night foreman. SALT FOR SALE. Pauil Drug Co. Respectfully, We received an unsigned letter last Pearl Hindman, Supt. The ground hog adage is a thin of week from Concord. It went to the I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, Pure bred single comb white Leghorn the past. The story is that his hog-sh- waste basket. Correspor dents will eggs for sale, 15 for 50cts. which cost only 15 cents more than the comes out on the 2d of February learn after awhile that their communischool was oi bushel barrel which you buy else- For or against a Graded Mrs. John D. Lowe, and if he sees his shadow, he goes back cations will have to be signed in order 17 2t 33-submitted to tne voters of the Russell where. Sam Lewis. Ky. Columbia. in his den for six weeks. The sun was to insure publication. A letter from Springs last Monday. A representout several different times on the 2d, Purdy als came in unsigned, and it During the first two days of the Rus- ative of the paper was at the Springs If you have corn for sale bring it to and of course the ground hog came out, was also killed! sell circuit court a representative of one day last week and was told that Myes & Wilson, and receive the cash. and boubtless made a shadow. Last this paper talked to a number of Re- the school people would win. We learn frem the Elizabethtown week Elmo Willis caught him in his publicans, and he found the sentiment Mr. Levi Go3ser, who was convicted trap, and he is now gone forever, and News, that Mr. S. A. McKay and fami-th- e decidedly in favor of Col Roosevelt for Mr. J. H. Phelps, of Jamestown, has in the Russell circuit court for killing j adage will now cease to be related, ly, have removed to Quincy, 111., Mr. the Presided tia nomination. purchased a modern roller mill for that his brother-in-laand sent to prison McKay having accepted a position as place. Every thing is in readiness for for two years, is out and was at JamesJim Lewis, of color, charged with traveling ; salesman for Moorman Bros. Mr. Bert Bryant, who lived in the the machinery vhich will arrive about town during the present term of court. malicious shooting, and Prank Shaw, a Mr- - llcay ISKTnroa sr.eai ma.ny Egypt neighborhood, a man about fifty-fiv- e the 10th of March. It will ba a great He now lives at Dunnville. white man charged with hog stealing, Co'umbians, having married Miss years old, died a few days ago. He convenience for Jamestown and the were arrested in the upper end of he Gertrude Grady, of this city, several had been afflicted for about one year. surrounding country The roads from here to Jamestown, county last week by Oliver Willis, Mike years ago. His wife died several years ago, but he' are almost impassable. If you take the Winfrey and Tom Powell. The former left several children. Russell Springs route you will wish you Next Sunday. ". t Who Preaches An old colored woman, died in Illwas lodged in jail, the latter gave had gone via Montpelier and visa yersa, inois one day last week, who was one bond, We will send the Cincinnati Weekly hundred and six years old. She stated V Union, Rev. J. R. Crawford. There was a large crowd in Jamesthat her last owner, during the days of Enquirer.one year, and The Adair Count Cane Valley, Eld. Z.;T. Williams. The drys won in Metecalf county, last town, the first day of circuit court and Columbia, Rev: D. H. Howerton. Saturday, by amajority of over 800. lavery. lived near Monticello, Wayne News one year for $1.25. The .Enquir r business of all classes was good. Columbia, Rev. J. W. Weklon. is a great paper.-- - Everyprecinct in the county went dry. county, Ky. panion. Of THE THE GONDtTIOH , FIRST NATIONAL BJHK, , well-know- AT COLUMBIA, IN THE S'7J7C KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE OFJiUSIXESS FSB. JO, 19 1J RESOURCES. Loans and discounts...". Overdrafts, secured and unsoaur- od 44 411199 1 U.S.BondstuecHroireBtatla Other Bond-- , to Secure Petal Savings Bonds, sccuritioe. etc Uankm? house, turniture. and fixtures Due from National Banks (not reserved ajrenb) Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Irust Companies and Sarings Banks Due from approved reserve 9e0i92 UJ)i :SS 2 lSll 3 000 00 i ." (No 79 g, agents Vice-Preside- nt by-wor- Checks and other cash items.... Nutes of other National Banks Fractional paper curreHcy.niek- els, and cents Lawful money reserved in bank, 7 viz: Specie Legal-tend- 44 794 os 5U 07 670 to $ 460 53 Ta-com- a, notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of cirer lo x 250 m culation) ! it Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, aeiEGii 25 000 0 IS 000 04 I 903 24 100 O'i os expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to State and Private Ranks and Bankers Dividends unpaid ir ."B ? Individual deposits subject te cheek Total x, &M5 1&5 21 1SJ State cv Kentucky, ) County op Adair J I. E. H. Hughes. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo statement is true to the beat of my knowledge and belief. E. H. Hughes. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this29tii day of Feb. 1912. J. R. Garnett. N. P- - A. Expires. Jan. 17, 1914. ConnECT Attest: II. '. Miller. Director J. F. Montgomery. Director. , John D. Lowe. Director. The Martha Washington Pc-t- y. On Friday night Feb, '23, the girls of the old Philomath, eis society entertained the girls of Ad Astra society. The to-th- character of the entertainment was a Martha Washington party, in which the members of the Philoraatheis society dressed and acted the part of the gentlemen of Washington's time, while the girls of the Ad Astra society impersonated the young ladies and dames of that periyd If was beautifully car-ie- d out. the gentlemen making the engagements with their ladies, escorting them to the party, paying them all due respect and attention while there, and in every respect conducting themd gentlemen. For selves as once the girls, acting the masculine part, had the opportunity of showing how they thought man ought to act toward their ladies, and they did the part well. The dignity and gallantry of the George Washingtons, William Penns, Major Andres? Peter Stuyvcsants, and other colonial gentlemen was passing all imagination. One felt as if he were no longer among just school girls of this frivolous age, but as i he had stepped back a century ago and was taking part in some grand celebration conducted by our forefathers. The sitting room wa3 beautifully decorated in pictures, flags; red, white and blue portierres; and little hatchets and cherry trees variously represented. The dining room was also decorated with the national colors. Cherries were of course included in thh refreshment, and in all, Washington, the Father our Country, and his devoted wife, Martha, were duly remembered and honored. high-tone- e. s al d, ip Rev. S. K Breeding, a native of Adair county, and many years ago a citizen of Columbia, preached an interesting sermon at the Methodist church last Sunday night. He was greeted by many old fiiends. Mr. Dempsey Rice'and Miss Nannie East, who live in the Sdt. Carmel country, were married one day last week. The groom is a son of Mr. Dave Rice. The bride wa3 quite popular in the neighborhood. Lou Mr. Dave Willen. was in Columbia Monday and while here he purchased two cabbage head the first hean. bought in his life. He is sixty-si- x years? old and last year his cabbage crop failed. 3t 1 I w I I J Next Monday I will sell on the pubsquare in Columbia, a pair of 1ST. hand mare mules, to the highest biddci lic -- A.S". Chewning. Corn wanted mill. at Myres & Wilson!s,T ' - THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS Commissioner's Sate. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY S. H. Absher &c Plaintiff, ( vs J. W. Absher &c Defendant ( By virture of a judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 1912, m the above cause, I shall proceed to offer 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 1012, at one o'clock p.m. or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following deAll situated scribed property, County Kentucky, 3 shares of in Adair the Stephen Humphress land containand ing 66 acres known as lots Nos o acres 9. A tract of land containing lying on the waters of Green River known as the home place, a 100 acre tract and a 43J acre tract of land lying on the waters of Blue Hole Branch of Green River, known as the Murrell land, a tract of land known as the Sanders land containing 50 acre, a tract of land lying on the waters of Green river kn'iwn as the Green land containing 5J 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 513 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office. I will first offer said lands in 3 lots as follows: The 3 shares Humphress land containing 66 acres together The 5 acre tract known as Home place, the 100 acre tract and 43J acre tract known as the Murrell land together, the Sanders tract, the Green tract and the Grant tract containing !42 acres to gether. 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 orsecurities.must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having tht force and effect of a judg prepare! to orient. Bidders will b promptly comply with these terms IV. A. Coffey, Maste Commissioner. to-w- it: 7-- 8 Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY by Bruce Mont- - f Willie Wilson gomery Gdr. Plff. vs J. F.Montgomery Exor. of E. 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 Courf,) upon a credit of six months the followt: Two ing described property certain tracts of land situated in Adair County, Ky., on the waters os Butlers Fork. The first tract contains 951 aores and the second tract contains 952 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 reference is made to the judgment and order of sale For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. to-wi- Porterville, Cal. it and used mostly now for grazing purposes, tho' I saw some fine farms and in a good state of cultivation, apparently. We passed through quite a number of her towns and some small cities. Los Angles is an attractive city where beautiful flowers bloom the year around and where a great variety of the tropical fruits grow to perfection. Something now about this section of California. Porterville.is a nice little city of four to five thousand population, with a clean looking citizenship, modern improvements, such as Electric lights, water works, &c, in Central Southern part of State, in the San Jua Quin valley, on branch of S. P. R. R., on the Tular River, and near the foot hills of the Siera Nevda Moun-tninOn an air line it is fifty miles to the top of them, from here upon which I can see snow plainly every clear day. There is a large and modern school building nearing completion at a cost of forty-fiv- e thousand for the building, and four thousand additional for a five acre lot upon s. K 7 nl; Feb., 13, 1912. Editor News: Sometime since in a postal to my friend, J. E. Murrell, of the News force, I said to him I would write something soon for MX xK IN. Special Bargain 7K the paper from this point, hence I am going to comply with that promise to-da- y. K In K x x& njx in Commissioners' Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. Bernard &c Plaintiff, ( Cora 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 the obove cause, I shall proceed to off e r 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 of land situated in Adair county tract Kentucky containing 213 acres. Said land is known as the Martha Wething-to- n dower. Reference is made to the Commissioner's Sale. judgment and order of sale for more complete description. For the purchase price, the purchas er, with apnroved surety or securities, CIRCUIT COURT ADAIR KENTUCKY. must execute Bond, bearing legal in1 terest from the day of sale until paid, Plaintiff, Goldie Grider &c vs and having the force and eff ct of a Richard Hadley &c Defendant ) judgment Hidders 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. offer for sale at the Court- house door in Columoia, Ky., to the highest bidder at Public Auction, on Monday the 4th ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, day if March 1912, at one o'clork p. m. KENTUCKY. or thereu'iout (eing County Court.) up G. E. Nell Plff i on a credit of six months the fol owing Gideon need Def. J Four cerdescribed property, By virtue of a judgment and order land situated in Adair tain tracts of County Kentucky on the waters of of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderCabin Fork The firs tract contains ed at January Term, therof, 1912, in 9J acres ; the second tract contains 61 the above cause, for the sum of Two dollars and acres; the third tract contains 16 Hundred and Twenty-Tw- o Eighty cents, with the interest at the acre; the lourth tract contains 62 acres Said four tracts will be sold 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,, known as and $35.10 costs herein, I shall proceed the Allen ?Iurrah farm. Reference is to offer for sale at the Court house made to the judgment and order of sale door in Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at public auction, on Monday, for more complete description, 4th day of March 1912, at 1 o'clock, For t h purchase price, the purchaser the '. tho fihnutfheinef Countv p m . or with approved surety orsecurities.must upon a credit of six months the execute Bond, bearing legal interest Court) following described property, to wit: A from the dav of sale until paid and of land situated in Adair having the force and effect of a Judg- certain tract near Gradyville, County Kentucky, ment Bidders will be prepared to known as tne Preston land containing comply promptly with these terms. 5U acres. For complete description reffy. JL. Coffey, Master Commissioner. erence is made to the judgment of of record in Order Book No , 12 Page 538 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's Commissioner's Sale. Office. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety or securities, 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 terrus ) rifcilla Jones &c Defendant ( W A Coffey, Master Commissioner. Ky virture of a judgment and OrdVr ' Tips From Texas. of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render ed at the January Term, thereof. 1912, in the above cause, I shall proceed to No matter how little a black door offer for sale at the Court-hous- e in Columbia, Ky.. to the highest bidder, eye may cost a man it isn't at Public Auction, on Monday the 1th worth it. dav of March 1912, at one q'elock p m. Probably there is nothing that jr thereabout (being County Court )up months the following on a credit of six a girl more eager for a .?cLriltt1 nrnnorhv I WO C6r makes tain tracts of lands situated in Adair career than a tall stack of dishes 3ounty Ky., on the waters of Crocus to wasn. Creek. Thq first ttact contains G2i Anyway, the man With rheu- acres and the second tract contains about 18 acres. The said tracts are matjsm can always find some- known as the Jeff Jones land, saia to-wi- t: - to-w- it: j ; -- j : I to-W- lt. . , i , . .lUUUb WWI j stead rights of Prisccilla Jones and talk about. Chillie Jones. Reference is make to The only man who cansuccess L r eomniete dis- , l,U6JUU6uw....for fully do his work backward is the criotion. or window sign painter. Moreover, the young woman execute Bond, bearing legal interest pai'd, and from the day of sale until who learns how to drive an auhaving the force and effect of a judgtomobile will have mghty little ment. Bidders will be prepared to u sum nuujtwi. ue ia . n w..v- fco - fcm. thing besides ..-.- ..- tne weather to , thlFTZTZchZeS comply promptly with these terms. W. A Coffey, Master Commissioner. patience with the speed limit of a baby buggy. Dallas News. ; Ky., the 21st of November, and arrived at at 6:30 p. m., on the 26th, being almost continuously abode train for five nights and six days, and traveling over about three thousand miles. I came over the Illinois Central R. R., to New Orleans, and from there over the Southern Pacific, passing through on the latter, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, and into this State via Los Angeles. Over the I. C. we passed through Paducah, Ky., Memphis Tenn., Jackson, Miss.? the prin- cipal cities on route and into New Orleans about 9 o'clock at night, hence, I saw but little of this city. I however, had a good view of theferrying of the train across the Mississippi river, on a which it is located. Also a numpontoon bridge. I suppose it ber of the Protestant denomita-tion- s was controlled by a tug at each are well represented here end. and have modern and handsome In Texas we run through church buildings. The mercanBeaumont, of field oil fame, Hous- tile, business is well represented ton, San Antonio and ElPaso, in all branches, with the differwhere we arrived some time af- ent lines separate. No general ter dark. Since we had a stop- or all around stores, but when over there for two or three hours, you step in to get some article several of us, led by the pullman the salesmen pay no attention to conductor, crossed the Rio you as a general rule, until you of Jau- - call for what you want. There Grande river, to the-citrez, Mexico, sight seeing. I saw is an wholesale candy house in marked evidences of the late bat- - the city and one or more good tie there between insurectos and j machine shops, not railroad regulars in a number of houses shops. Also two strong Banks, whose walls were riddled with one with over a million dollars solid shot and shell, from which on deposit, and the other nearthey caught fire hnd were ruined. ing the million mark. A great I also saw a church building, I many handsome and fine resi suppose Catholic, said to be four dences with apparently wealth centuries old. galore is a beautiful Houston, Texas The Stratford section sventy-fiv- e looking city, but I saw but little to eighty miles northwest of of San Antonio and ElPaso, since here ' by rail, is in a fine farming I passed through both of these lands thinly settled, however the at night, but the latter, what I soil is black sandy loame and saw of it, showed up by electric very productive for barley, wheat, lights. The stip of New Mexico oats, and Alfalfa. While near we run through was made at there we were located on a fifnight, consequently I saw noth-o- f teen hundred acre Ranch at the the country. head of Tulare Lake, a body of . The scenery in some pi ces water three to four miles in along the S. P., in Texas, Ari- width, thirty miles in lenght, zona and California is grand and upon which you could see wild very fine, and at one point in the geese, ducks, starks, and many Sierra Nevada mountains be- other water fouls in great abuntween here and Los Angeles, the dance. I like Porterville better road makes a considerable wind than any part of the state I have near the top of these mountains, seen. This section has as near and runs under itself in its de- an ideal climate as you can find cent on the North side. Jack- anywhere. The weather now is son, Miss., the capital of the as pleasant as it usually is in beautiful looking Kentucky, 1st of May. State, is place. I saw a number of sugar The principal farm products plantations in Louisiana, which cultivated here are barley, wheat, were the first I ever saw. From oats and alfalfa, and they make Beaumont to Houston, and for a fine yield. But little common some distance towards San An- corn is planted, for the reason, it tonio, we passed through a fine does not mature well, except ocfarming belt, a great deal of casionally, hence does not pay. which, near Beaumont, is culti- - Oranges, lemmon?, dates, figg, vated in rice, and a few planta grape fruit, strawberries.grapes, tions in Louisiana sugar cane. apricots and peaches, grow to Some of the lands between Hous- perfections, but no good apples, ton and San Antonio, and a great they are grown iarther north in deal of it between the latter the mountains and are very fine. place and El Paso, is broken, All kinds of vegetables also grow rocky, hilly and mountainous, well here, and by the way, we and unfit for anything except are now eating all we want of grazing. I met one ranchman in the garden varieties grown by Texas, who told me he owned truck gardeners near the city. fifty thousand acres of land, and An Alfalfa farm with the dairy was strictly in the cattle bus- business and the proper number of hogs in connection is a big iness. Arizona, as I saw it, is also hilly money maker, since your cash andmountainous, a great deal of comes in at the en3 of eaeh month I left Rate IN E-tow- n, Por-"tervil- le, mx Good Only During JanuMX X In IN 7lN K Nt ary and February. Daily CouierJournal one year and the Adair Couuty News one year. . . Daily CourierJournaI six months and News one year Daily CourierJournaI three months Tn K & ik: IN mx IN IN NIX vx K IN xK 'IS MX n IN In In- $4.00 $2.75 nixNIX IN IN 7lN XTN MX In and News one year K I $2.00 K K IN MX IN NIX IN IN X' IN K IN NJX IN Nix M During Year 1912 IN K . MX IN K M K IS IN M IN IN MX In We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List 1 "VI MX X MX IN. V" IN NIX I" IN NIX X K K J Nl Jn NIX 7In Nt ji TS IN IN IN 1 XIN FN IN X Nf IN ii: IN NIX IN NL K NIX One Dollar and Fifty Cents The News and the Weeklj IN XIN In NIX IN NIX K IN IN Mi NIX Courier Journal One Year IN x IN li IN IN ac k NJX MX IN In NJX IN M IN IN Louisville Times and News NIX 7In NIX IN IX IN NIX IN 7Vr IN NIX K IN NIX $4.50 7TN?KxlNxiN7K7lNXiNxiN7K7rNF xK In ?; ?K 7K7K NIX In Mr 7 MX IN v Tin IN IN K KxInxin7!nx7K - and sometimes every two weeks. The poultry and egg business also pays well. No trouble to make money if one will try, but it is a good place to spend it and cost" of living is an item to be .he roads in this section are very fine, and it is considered, i truly a land of Automobiles. Lands range in prices from seventy dollars per acre up, depending upon the location, improvements and state of cultivation. The greatest drawback here, as I see it, is the f t so much lands are owned by captalist and speculators and they are holding it for high prices, which makes it hard on men of small means to secure farms. I like California, and would remain here if a younger man, but as it is I came only on a visit, hence will return to my "native heath about first of may. act-thaN I want to stop over in Texas for a month or so, visit to brother Phillip's children, in and near BrownwooJ, if it is so I can, which will necesitate a start from here loth to 20th, of March. I have neglected to say that the usual rain fall here during the winter is four inches short so far and all agricultnral people are blue over it. I take it that Sir Isaac is looking after the gang as requested and will have them in readnees for my reception. He will have no with Sam, but I don't know so well about "Brainy trouble or the justice " I will not "ring oif," but quit by wishing The Mews, which I receive every week, and its force a happy, prosperous and successful year. Truly Yours, Ex-chi- ef ' Dr.-- J;H. Grady. X. .) i IflE Get Pure Stock. ADAIR COUNT? NEWS nedy and other outlaws came and l5H!.i)i!Iiltiillilil!illiiilllliIiilliriilllliilll!lIiii)il!Ii!!l, went at pleasure, unmolested and the law became a farce. During this time and at the height of the season at Crab Orchard Springs, Kennedy would go there anneu to tne teeth ana enjoy a meal and a julip. In the dining room he would unbuckle his pis tols and bowie knives and lay I: Z them before him on the table !i2 The Green River Merchan- - r requirements supply of a short feed Cheers for Roosevelt Votes for Taft. The scrub hog is simply a hog and does not get much attention, because he is neither handsome to look at nor profitable to raise. The pure-bre- d hog is a work of the breeder's art and ' is handsome in appearance and a rapid money maker for his owner. There is a satisfaction in handling pure-bre- d stock which can never come through the handling of scrubs, remarks Kansas Farmer. This feeling of satisfaction is doubtless intensified by the mone making Htuiitirx t the pure bred, but it would still exist even without that. The man who milks ten cows with an average production of 150 pounds of butter per year has neither the incentive nor the satisfaction that is obtained by the man -- who milks three cows which average 500 pounds of butter per year. The first does more than three times as much work and gets small returns in which there is no profit, while the second the d does less than amount of work and has a fat bank balance as well. Any animal that has dollar signs sticking out all over him is attractive seed. and very easy to love. one-thir- Farmers await with interest the coming of the crop season and are anxious to start plowing and get tbe preliminary work, of the farm in motion. The corn acreage is going to be up to the aerage, but great trouble is goning to be experienced in getting seed corn. All over the country there is a scarcity of corn that will grow, as testing experiments already made in most instances show poor vitality. Ever. farmer in Central Kentucky is warned in advance to test his seed corn, ear by ear so that corn that will germinate may be secured for the planting season. It is not sufficient to accept somebody's statement that the corn has been tested as there are many ways of testing corn. Each farmer should select the ears to be tested and test each separately. Other seeds, such as garden seed cloverseed and seed oats are also said to be deficient in germinating power and great care and judgment should be displayed by every farmer in selecting his The result of the Cook County Republican Convention, held in Chicago the other day, may be taken as typical, in large degree, of what to expect from other such gatherings and from the national convention. The name of Roosevelt was greeted with a storm of cheers. I Woodson Lewis A viva voce vote on a resolution while hppninvpri hicmpnl frirrVif3 to indorse him for the presiden- jening timid men and woman ai - 1 cy brought forth an affirmative most into fits. During one of acclaim so vigorous that there Kennedy's visits to the pleasure 2 seemed to be an even sentiment. resort, he found Editor Henry told another But the Watterson there. This gei.fc.v-ma- n By an overwhelming majority of had used many columns oi! votes the Colonel was turned the Courier-Journa- l to criticise down, and the confidence and apthe derelict officials for letting proval of the delegates were latKennedy run at will. It happener bestowed upon the President. ed that the two men met in a It looks as if Roosevelt boom when the outlaw, who were largely one oi snouts ana knew Mr Watterson by s;ght : saives. iLuweb us puiieinuuo acc03ted him with: appearance to the noisiness of its "You have been writing a 5 promoters. Theodore controls great deal about me let's have a the megaphone, but friend Wil- drink over it." Mr. Watterson liam, of the White House, con- said he did not care for one, but trols the votes. Kennedy said he must drink, and, It is interesting to note, how- - seeing that the outlaw meant i roll-ca- ll bar-room, great disc Distributor, has just Received a If Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - f Shoes &c. i wmcn He is offering -- t m - ' at Pnnnlar nrices a ft 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. :2 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl ' Gasoline Or Oats. Many persons who have studied the case of the auto versus the horse are of the opinion that within ten years the use of horses will of suffering and now recommends be forbidden upon the streets in these tablets to the public. Sold by the congested parts of cities. paull Drug Co. One of these experts assert that Political. by 1920 not ahorse will be allowed south of Fourteenth street on Manhattan Island. Another auThe report of the joint legisthority says that today the horse lative committee shows that half is hampering business in all the the rice crop of the Philippine crowded delivery sections of Islands has been a failure. vecities and that horse-draw- n Probably large quantities of rice hicles take up so much room that from America can be used in the in New York City alone, if the islands, though India and Japan horse was done away with, three generally get the Philippine rice hundred miles of streets could trade, being in a position to be saved, make a very low price. It is all a question of dollars Both Houses of the Kentucky and cents, this gasoline or oats Legislature have voted favorably proposition. Even with an ordi-- 1 upon the county unit local option nart nleaRiirp anrnmnhilp ir. sim measure, but there are some mersdownto that. Tests have . . sight differences in the bill shown that the balance is in fawhich were voted upon in the vor of the motor-- car just as it is two Houses, which must he adin the case of the heavier vehijusted before the county unit work. cles that do the truck-hors- e law will become operative, after A six days' trial, for purposes of receiving Gov. McCreary's signa- comnarison. was made not loner ture ago. The automobile ran four! n miles in ' The government attorneys are hundred and that time at a cost of one and showing up the big meat packers one-hacents per passenger per in a way that is decidedly to the mile. Depreciation was charged disadvantage of the combine, in this cost too. With a horse which evidently has controlled and buggy the distance covered the meat industry of America in the six days was one hundred f or the Past ten vears or more' miles and the The trial of the allied Packers afc and ninety-seve- n z ii l. nnt riPnrlv ten PPnfa npr naMPn- - nicaB 1S urm&ilS "" t "ia" ger per mile. Thadeus S. Day- - facts to support the charge of fifty-sevelf ' I His indirect and uncon-- 1 fessed entry into the field some" Here is a message of hope and good weeks ago, an entry accompanied cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone by means of his friends, and helpMill, Va., who is the mother of eigh- ed by his own comment on public teen children. Mrs. Martin was cured questions, resulted in putting an of stomach trouble and constipation by effective check upon the La Fol- Chamberlain's Tablets after five years lette movement and taking policy. nnhlpvovov , wVinf. fViP Pnlnnpl Vines W.W..- -- . V, .1 ""U VWW VV.T..W. ..MU business, the editor yielded and Kir ar ai '"-- w cu, iUl.CUi,iviiciijr v". "J the two got on rather pleasant his mysterious and ambiguous terms before the liquor fina!Jy I . - . I . -- ton, in Harper's Weekly. illegally prices. combining to control Fortunately it happens that snow usually accompanies our severely cold weather. It has been so this winter, and the suows have been of great benefit to the growing wheat crops, which are reported looking fine, in Kentucky especially. Then, too, fallow land is left in excel-ici-- c condition to receive the la '. in nearly every section mere spring seeding aw to bring is very little feed for sale and for.th an abundant harvest in many farmers .are running so due season; moisture is stored up in the soil, and many insect short as to cutail rations. Importations of corn from Ind- pests frozen out. iana have been niade and northWe will send the Cincinnati Weekly western grown alfalfa is finding Enquirer,one year, and The Adair Count its way to Central Kentucky in News one year for $1.25. The Enquir car lot consignments to meet the is a great paper. The severe cold weather of the past week has held undisputed sway upon the farm, keeping farmers indoors, excepc as to care and attention given to the feeding of live stock. Reports tell of the suffering of stock and many deaths as a result of the cold, especially young Cold Works Hardships. convention he was welcome tolrrmvricr rtT,onf hnm a;0a .um Ss GREENSBURG, KY. them; there would be no inter- while the others, sent respect - ' ference from Oyster Bay with fully for life and twenty-on- e years White House program. also were pardoned. Kennedy's 7iin!!in!!l!!nHl!!!nnfflffiH!n!!n!!iH?i?H!Hn!i!in!iiirifl This assurance is all the friends career was always a mystery to of Mr. Taft wanted. No real his friends, whose life was en TO THE FARMERS. men of Kentucky in the improvedoubt remains that the President tirely changed by the murder, ment of home conditions especialwill go to Chicago with enough which seems also to have influ. You are hereby notified that ly in the rural districts. delegates to capture the conven enced his sons. Harrodsburg the State Farmers' Institute as Low railroad rates are expecttion. LaFollette cannot stop him; Herald. provided for by law is called to ed. A good program has been Roosevelt has spiked the Wisassemble at Frankfort, Feb. provided for this Institute. The Crocus. consin's gun's, punctured his General Assembly is in session. 27th, 28th and 29th. boom, left him high and dry.- The The State Capitcl is always inThe health of this neighbor All delegates will be duly noti Cummins candidacy is not serihood is very good. teresting and it is hoped that fied through this office but this ously taken. Robert Winfrey, of color, sold notice 1s sent to the publiicin or this meeting will be the largest President Taft has the right a gathering of farmers ever held nice Duncn or nogs to is. r. der that all farmers, irrespective of way, with Teddy holding back Lach at 5 cts per pound. delegates or not, are in this borders of the State. the crowd and saying, in effect, Gwin Holt. Linnie Dnncan nnrl of whether Any information desired far- "Take it Bill, if you can. If you Robert Winfrey, will leave for cordially invited and will be ac- - trtAY TTTlll Vf tUAAMrnllii TaA.M Itsi Springfield 111., the last of this corded the privileges of the floor "41Ci "" uc can't why leave it to me." j. w. .Newman, addressing, and are in fact urged to be pres And as we size up the situa- month. Commissioner of Agriculture,-Frankfort- , enfc at this meetin as it is tion Bill is going to take it. n Claude Jones, boy Ky Crocus has spent the most derstood by your Commissioner, Louisvill Herald. of the winter hunting, and has the law does not contemplate Blamed R Good WorHer." ' killed lots of game, 200 and over that just one person from each Grove Kennedy Dead. '1 blamed my heart for severe disof rabbits and severalbirds. fk,v tress in my left side for two vears," said that he was ready now for ing, but that all persons inter- - writes w- - Evans- - Danville, Va., but I .know now it was indigestion, as Dr.. The death of Grover Kennedy farming and is exDectiner to raise . : i uj w eaLcu in biic ucvuiuucmeiiL 01 i h i: j's New Life Pills completelv cured ri4- liic? T .Tn"klr zinrlc? o tntM Hnn L1U5 j, tuuo a a Irtliit: CIUU 4.1: VKar. "vim- in ai iiiiJ liwio- in agricultural resources of the mo. Best for stomach, liver and kid- i mosttempestuous career. He kill-- j ne ShafP who r?PQirP rn el,nM r.-i-trouoies constipaUon headache or debility 25c at Paull Drug Co, Reports coming from various ed his uncle in the court house De given tne opportunity ana the w at Lancaster; was for sometime sections indicate that there will invitation to come to this meetQuarterly Meetings'.. a fugitive from justice, until an jbe a laree. increased acreage ing. Greensburg, Earley Feb. lei official from Nelson county, wish, Planted in corn this year. Be-- a sIas tne regular corn pianteu io Women are especially invited Greensburg Circuit, Poplar eb.f posse, caught him one morning as he was leaving his home and make mature corn, a great deal and Feb. 28th will be in great Campbellsville Sta. Feb. 3. claimed a large reward by the ' of silage corn will be put in the measure, "Ladies' Day.' ' Some Campbellsville Circuit, AsberryFeh' state and friends of the dead ground, as the severe winter has of the best lecturers on "HouseMannsville, Circuit, Menriraac Feb. circuit clerk of demonstrated that the man with hold Econmies," "Home Imman, who-waGarrard. For a long time there plenty of silage is the one who is provement" and"Women's Place Casey Creek. Pine Grove Feb 16 Columbia Feb. was a reign of terror in Lincoln going to get his stock through in Agriculture" have been securCane Valley, ML Carmel Feb. 2?- 28 county, and no attempt was made the winter most profitably and ed and particular attention will Gradyville, Pickett's Chapel Mcb. ? 3 by the officers to end it. Ken- - in the best condition. be given to interesting the wo- W. I - disappeared Finally Kennedy boasted that . he was in to c 0rchaad to the Governor, s ball and clink glasses with Mr. McCreary. McCrearyt vvho was then Gov. ernor heard of thig and senfc for the'George Hunter who WM then wind out or tne uummms canai - sheriff of Nelson county and said uacy ueiure il uau a cuaiice iu get to him: "George, we were in the under way. He cleared the field war and in prison together and of all possibilities but himself and 1 know if any man in Kentucky the President. !js Drave enough to bring this Then came his announcement man in you are he j wjmt you in which he declared that he to gefc him Hunter went tQ would not accept the nomination Lincoln and laid in ambush and as the gift of political intrigue; captured Kennedy in his barn at but that he would not refuse it if day.light one morning. while made as the demand of the peo - ;cleaning his pistol Kennedy pie. mat amiuuiicemeiu meant was sent to the penitentiary for that he would neither make nor the murder he was charged with, countenance the making of a fight but was pardoned after a few upon the President; it meant years oy governor tslackburn. if Mr. Taft could secure (Three of his sons also served a majority of the delegates to the jterms in the penetent:ary forj j j j ! 1 Second Pat. 4.25 Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. $6.25 4.75 Have a Full Stock of 3 Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? j i j Satisfaction Guaranteed. j ' j ' I """ f -. well-know- un-abo- ut ! i ! He'nWon -- I . - AJUK-uii- i i - ..u - L.,j f I f .l. I i 1 pH-pnr- f i j -- j j 1 1 Gr.-F- 17-1- 18-- 19 s ! 14-- 15. 24-2- Ti. F. Hogard; --- A- -- J " t t Southern merchants from Ten-- 1 nessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Geor-- ; Published Every VcdneSQy gia, Mississippi, Arkansas, South - BY THE -Carolina, and Florida will meet Adair County News Company. in Nashville in the second Southern Anti Parcels Posts Conven-- j ( tNCORPOMATCD. ) tion Monday, Tuesday and Wed- . HARRIS to create C.Hf EDiTOR.nesday, Feb. sentiment against and enter a Dei &e newspaper, devoted tu the in- Otty.at GoimabU nd the people united protest against the par- THE ADAIR COUNTS HEWS NFS The measure carries with it an ships not being specified Presi- the most of my old Ky., friends dent Taft has recommended that think I am in the sunny South, enrgency clause. the Government build and own but I am not by any means. If FROM NATIONAL CAPITOL railroads in Alaska. Defense of these people call this sunny the recommendation is made that South, I have seen sunny South Washington, D. C, Feb. 25,1912 because merchandise is carried before ,1 did not have to goGeor incidentally to matter of intel- giato see the sunny South, I can Editor News: The War Department has sent ligence, advocates of Parcels stay in Ky., and nee it. troops to the border prepared to Post says the nation is already In the last two months it bas-en- 't err ss into Mexico if necessary to in the transportation business been safe to gc away from A ad adjacent ommtie. pro- and 'that we now have Parcels home. If you did, you wou'd cels posts bill now in Congresp. pr f!ct American lives and Post. From Alaskan to nation be snow bound, rain bound or e as see- - From indications received at perty in the new revolution. lEr; the Columbia ad i The House will investigate the wide railroad operation would op-- 1 sleet bound. If b wasen'r a least 1,500 representative busifrom the territory "money trust" through the Com- eration would appear to be sim- raihty well to do fellow, he FEB.. 28. 1912, ness men be on hand to join Wl would go off and leav his wife named will mittee upon bunking and cur- - ple. j i.t iur Socialist government is only and children, without much wood Theodore Roosevelt i,OB!Witntne. coutnern joomn? anu rency. ti This Sanitary LaVvtcrjr is in the President Taft has recommend- costing Milwaukee $1,000,000 in- thinking he would get back in hToitkxt m our store. Gives sev- - manufacturing interests a committee 01 give jaw Wm-. .. eflrnvh tn wnrV atriAnst the mft- - ed a commission to investigate crease yearly. time, sometimes withuot oread, C ornors tnat he en nrcs Water in. any roc-- wisut living. Rev. Postmaster General Hitchcock without they . had some good ing Water-v.orwill accepc the nomination for sure now oeing consiaerea at the high cost of Corn;: or Madison C. Peters, the NW has been before the Senate e friend they would suffer, such the residency. It is now ev- Washington. show it to you. lis a greet York minister who charged Committee which is inves- has happen in my knowing. ident thkt a bitter fight between We are mXng thma emy c upon the retailers tigating Parcels Post. He de" It is getting on the eave of a seems dishim :;nd Mr. Taf t is on. enator The Courier-JournBradley is in charge of the Taft posed to continue its abusive and established a grocery, found clared himself in favor of begin- Presidential campaign. The coon-- ! only a very ning with a rural system, then try is in a constant uproar. forces in Kentucky. fight against the candidacy of they were making Owensby. profit, to operate city systems and then The county officers, of this Gov. Woodrow Willson, and so tar moderate The property damage at Hous- as we are able bo see, it is foundJames J. Hill, of the Great. take over the railway express county, (Hall county) is to be The health of this j ; ton, Texas, by fire, is estimated ed on the suspicions of Mr. Northern Railway, appeared be- business within a year, thus elected the following fall, ijisyefy good. at $7,000,000. Watterson that the Governor has fore the Stanley committee of making a general system Boss- have been noticing something: Saturday, the I not been true to a personal the House, upon transportation; ing mails, savings banks, gov- uncommon among the people. I Charley Edwards, had k The Graham County unit bill friend. Regardless of Watter facilities of the Steel Corpora ernment monopoly of express hare been meeting strangers, no He and ,eave e passed the House by a vote of business and telegraphs, Gen. matrer how far off tfcey would tion. son's bitter attacks, whether his r - t..j; Am 66 to 22. The Governor will sign Hitchcock would have a consid- - be from me, they would speak assumptions are right or wrong, The general opinion here is very much to giv-- them up. the bill. Courier-Journis evidently that Speaker Clark will be nomi- - erable armv of Government era - and have a smile aboot a foofcj the Mr. Omer Wolford, sold a ' The reason for entering jQngr on their fac6j and they ge persuing the wrong course and natedbythe Democrats for tlie'Ploye3Eleventh Congressional of mules, for $815. He """ w.ai.o.., WOUJci run over tnist;e& to get purchased Folk or ufwl " WBUl publican Convention to be nejd the bulk of Democrats in this Presidency, a couple of. horses for which Caesar to you in order to get to tnjs State will not be affected. Our Missourihavingwithdrawninhis,isaboutthesame at London, Thursday of J? $227.50. party recognizes no boss and favor, the Missouri delegation Savs Ior crossing tne ivuoicon, .snake hads with you j began' week. Mr. S. B. Collins, is mach hm-tewill not listen to the mutterings will be unanimously for Mr. ,the general welfare." Some 'to think a little strange of it and' at this writing. people are wondering what a ask some one why the Qple was Gov. Clark. The much talked of new Judi- of the Courier-Journa- l. ' There was a large crowtlin Harmon headquarters will be President with less respect for so friendly aII at once, Oh, they cial district, comprising the coun- Willson, as a Democrat, as a y the Constitution than President sajd r3t s js he year to tlect ouriamstown, tne ties of Adair, Russell, Wayne statesman, as a candidate in charge of Presidency, is be- - Gordon of Ohio. Congressmen iait migntaowitn sucnanarmy. county 0fficer3 Qh.I said no won- - ''ircuic co.urc. for the and Clinton, is dead. -;fore the Democracy, and our generally say that Gov. Wilson At a joint meeting of the der, I think about two thirds of Aunt Sarah Clayton, is on the A bill has passed the Senate, party will act independently of has written too much which Board of Trade, Chamber of the people are in the race for of-- sick list. taking Metcalfe county out of j the dislikes and the abuse of the would be prejudicial to a candi-- ! Commerce and Retail "Merchant's fice If it was any other time theyRev. S. P. Stapp, of Roy, this the 29th Judicial district and Courier-Journal- 's Roosevelt headquarters are Association of Lynchburg, Va., woulden't speak, look nor smile, tended court at Jamestown, the great editor. placing it in the tenth. the Southern Home Development they woulden't want to see you. first day. being established here. In times past the Courier-Journ-has ma(ie bitter fights against The Interstate Commerce Association was started. Del- - People are beginning to pre-- ,' Mr. Mack Qiemens, sold a pair The blizzard which swept thy parfcy nominees It has Commission has asked repres en-- ! fgates wil1 tour Virginia, organ- - pare for farming. of mules to L.Wilson, of Rus- through the southwest last week Lso attacked parfcy piatforms The Association opposes ' izing. The people are anxious for sell Springs, for 300. He will tatives of all express companies crippled railroad traffic, many and parfcy polides Ifc has hurfc enlarged Government carriage, winter to be over, for they nev- - have a sale March 2d. to give it detailed information , T I. trains being snowbound. the party in some of its most im upon thirty-fou- r questions. Its 0I mercnanaise ior distant er have experienced such a win- Mr. Julian Long, s old a cow to y cerns as cheaply as for near-bthe!prtant battles and Unwise it ter for years past. They areiSelbv and Hammonds, at 2?cts. have been discontinued The Committee on Rules in industries and further entrance expecting a fine crop year. Kentucky Legislature has taken j weakened Democratic confidence a few days to allow information i it per lb. Mr. D. G. Gride r, a calf i is i in its teachings. To our mind a collected. Meanwhile the Sen- -' Dy e eaerai government into, George. Eldora charge, and business will now be ' for $11. m m injustice is now being done ate Postoffice committee isex - fields of private enterprise.! " rapidly pushed to a finish. Rev. Tarter, filled his regular our party by the bitter attacks of amining representatives of ex- -' Representatives of these organ- Dirigo. appointment at Bethlehem, the Senator Bradley, who is at the the Courier-Journagainst one press companies. The general izations saw in Washington that Roj Stotts, Bliss, visited rel- - 2nd Sunday- head of the Taft forces in Ken- - of the great men of the country sentiment is that the Interstate Parcels Post is only a beginning Messrs. E. L. Reese and Law- tucky, now admits that Col. Democrats will not endorse such Commerce Commission has"made for government ownership and atives at this place last Saturday ana bunday. rence Walkup,were in Columbia, Roosevelt will be a candidate for methods. ' Ed L. Sinclair, was here last on business, last week. j some people said commissions The people of the South are be-- ; the Presidency. Aunt Nancy McFarland, is accomplished nothing. It looks ginning to realize that this means j F"da representing the Louis REDISTRICT1NG BILL ' ville Tin and Stove Company. Jack Chinn, of Mercer county quite sick. through ehm nation of Jim Crow" cars. t though, when it gets sr i was in Frankfort, last week and iviarvm retty, or ivietcaue, Iis3 Ion6f and Mrs Erne3fc with the express companies, there ' county, did business here one,Barger visited Miss Ideil Sims, took occasion to announce his The congressional redisricting w;h u, as ijfctie use for Parcels Milltown. day last week- candidacy for Congress from the bill of Senator J. T. Prichard, of Post as there was for Govern-- 1 one day last week. T ITT rtl i reia-- . i Eighth district. The present! Boyd county, passed the Senate ment ownership and operation of w. d. vv. iucunster, visitea .. . . v Mrs. Ona Clemens, had a quilt-tive- s Kev. rolley btephens, is in a incumbent, Mr. Helm, will be by the vote of 21 to 2. Those railroads, after jt regulated rail at Gadberry last Sunday, inr one dav last week. ' ivpw nritnp.al ponHiHrni. vjth a Monday he mighty hard to defeat. who voted "no" were Senators roads, rates, and that thereby went to Columbia.! Mr. Allen Aaron and family, . . ,' oam win save liuui , complication of diseases. Brock and Holman, Republicans. u licit; This is the first time John has i iiit of Denmark, were visiting Mr. Johnston, is build- - been out from home for There is a hot primary canvass The measure does not affect the to seventv-fiv- e million dollars ner several and Mrs. Cris Kernes, last week. on for the Democratic nomina-- 1 first six districts. If it is enac- vear . j ing a residence on some land rhe months. j. . renuirea ior euuiument anu i Mr. J. E. Murrell, was in tion for Congress in the Seventh ed remaining districts will be rebuilt postoffices and an operat recently purcnaseaIt irom nis ia Mrs. X. W. Stotts, has been Jamestown, the first day of court. Mr. Edd Johnston. district. Campbell Cantrill, the made up as follows: very sick for the past few days. ' ing deficit of $150,000,000 year ther, Mr. J. M. Dunbar, sold two present Representative, and Har--, Miss Annie Squires, was visit-rly. It proved that the Govern- Seventh District-Bourb- on, Mose Wooten has been awardtwo year old calves, $45. Schoberth are the candidates. ,Fayettef FrankliE Henry, Lee, ment did not have to own the-- , ing her sister, Mrs. Chapman ed the contract to carry the mail They are both writing cards, Mr. A. R. Humble and son, of 01dham) 0wen Scott Woodford, railroads to prevent the railroads Dohoney, several days last week. from Picnic to Breeding. Somerset, were in Jamestown, nanaing not stmt to the voters, powell c,ark and Egtiu counties owing the Government. Possi- - Misses Montra and BirtThomas, Genie, the little daughter- of ' last Monday. visited relatives, in Columbia, Mr. Adair, Ander- - j bly the commission may in Eighth District Governor Harmon, Democratic and Mrs. S. E. Estes, was Mr. Owen McKinley and Mr. the cost systems abroad, last Saturday and Sunday. e quite sick a day or two lastj for the Presidency, ad-- ; son, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Gov-tur- e Last Saturday, the dwelling week. It was thought at first' Antle, of Russell Springs, were dressed the Kentucky Legisla- - j samine, Lincoln, Madison, Mer- - Ifc is generally known that in this part last week, buying operation is most expen- - house, belonging to Mr. Charlie she had appendicitis. j ernment last Tuesday. He was giv-- 1 cer, Shelby counties. chickens. exPendres' ifc is Mitchell, was destroyed by fire, Uncle Bryant Wilson, who ena cordial greeting. A ban-- i Ninth District-Bra- ken, Bath, We are in need of a doctor and contm-Judgin- g Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, were quet was also held in his honor. Boyd, Carter Elliott Fleming. said, would neeeuitate makes his home with his son, a blacksmith, at this place, ese of high tariff duties to af- - away from home at the time of from reports he made a Greenup Harrison, Lewis, Law. Bob, is very low, is not expected pecially the latter. .It is a fine ford revenue; and, to save a few the fire. A few articles were to location for both and empty veryiavoiasie impression, nnf! recover. M ason M enif ee.' Morgan. ..... i i. yeany . eacn person ou saved by neighbors. The fire " to houses for rent. h nnlv with thp sn1nn ...., '. ...... .... WW.W..., hf W..- - Nicholas, Robertson. Rowan. cents XW.W Mrs. Jane Campbell, has been carriage of parcels, the people was supposed to have started people of Frankfort, generally. a RofV,! Wolfo MnfffmWr """ "iV-- " on the sick list for the past few ; w would thus saddle themselves from a box of ashes being left in Fire and Accident days. itt counties, with a load of Government, debt.. the house. Hon. W. B. Creekmore, who Willie Wheat, the patient " Insurance. was the Representative from Tenth Bistrict Floyd, John- - In comparing rates, the commis- medicine maa of Glensfork, paid Gainesville Ga. Knox and Whitley during the son, Knott, Letcher, Jackson, ision would, of course, consider our section a call last Thuradav. I am the Local Agent for two last Legislature, was in Frank- Martin, Magomn, Owsley, Pike, i that labor and similar costs are u i first-clas- s " Fire and Accident In1 much cheaper in Europe. Will you please find. space in The warm days last week fort last week pulling for the and Perry counties. surance Companies, and 'have proposed new county, McCreary, Eleventh Bistrict Bell, Clin- - Following the recommendation your paper for a few lines, as thawed out the sugar maples, of j been assigned this teriitory If to be make out of portions of ton, Cumberland, Harlan, Knox, of Postmaster Ceneral Hitch- - my other letter diden't find its this community, and thus our you neea insurance, eitner Accimarket has been well supplied dent or Fire, write me, Whitley, Wayne and Pulaski. Monroe, Pulaski, Rockcastle, cock thafc the Government cdn-de- way to the waste basket; This is a healthy country, it with maple sugar. It i3 going and operate the telegraph Be said it was the paramount Russell, Wayne, Whitley, Laurel, CHARLIE MULLINJX, Leslie counties, been 10 aBdve zero. Wd now at 20 cents per pound; Clay and issue with his people. systems the wireless and air has Rife, Ky. WAOAWBOOHTY i i ! 26-27-2- 8 I'ort-oMe- r. a I ..-- i n-.-i- -T )to . b. -- Post-offic- y. al ( . j j al i I Ex-lio- v. , ' J1-- - ' r, . ' ; ' an i I , ""' - ! j ; I - at-da- te. j i ' j al . ; j . . con-hearin- gs ; f I : T- -i i i I i j al ! ; , i j . ! ! i i i T-- . i ! ! ; i "H i . i k . a i . ! i ! , .. x. i i i j l..l ' j , i y : ; j I j - j : vesti-candida- te Jes-gat- j j ! ! i i -- ! ( r""J ! I j f I ! , mn V -- rait. tw THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I SHERIFF SALE OF LAND FOR TAXES On Monday March 4th, 1912, at the Court house Door in Columbia, Ky. (the same being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County court) at 1 o'clock p. m. or thereabout, I will offer e& for sale to the highest bidder for cash 'n hand the following discrided tracts sob of land or a sufficiency thereof to satis Jm fy the tax and cost due for the year MJt QB uy in1; louowjiig nauieu persons j tn-w- it fi JO. i ' napowoei t5? in ; 6 Fcnnie joins WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 1. Beards Heirs 113 acres G. F Knifiey tax aud 10 48 its selling value Eaany-fol- d Sverv dollar s worth ot JtlOVSlI 5 ence on a farm increases -- JTitv Tl $ rbtl ' , $MW$L BSMJUTLY PURE ' cost Eauit 58 acres joins ,P Parmtt tax and east J F Ilottoms heirs 96 cr joins J. Emniett tax and J. W. J 677; . i t' JbkJrZi3iBiKEBmKEKEEtf ili '"S - 'P'y ?"' 3fcrf Blalces delicious home talced foods of jnaxfsmiKi qualify at mSaEH-omeosL Makes home saMag a pleasure THe only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Creasn of Tartar Sr., acres joins T Ford tax and' cost L Curry 90 acres joins W Cor- bin tax an J cost C T Hrrrison '1 acres jojns O Dickson taxes and cost Mrs L Light 26 acres joins Wing)e tox and cost James Larrison 81 acres joins P Talbot tax and cost 80 acres J IT. Nance (N-- R) joins H Chandler 4ax and L B Cox 5 c. 4 66 7 26 t fe j j , 6 18 3 91 3 06 4 13 ! ' being done today 'MMBf t in thousands 01 c tes? KfflCHaBBR--?rj?r Bon down farms are N -' being bought up, fenced, fertilized and otherwise improved aad worked or sU at at fcandsoiae profit. cost T P Williams 81 acres joins II H Perkins tax and cost J. W. Wood 33 acres joins J Woodrum tax and cost 3 62 8 89 5 19 1 me is, "woven wire 4 w v - Of all farm t - improre- - least and& nT1j r a ff W S enhances Jf ,r y j& r s mS0 rQy0r jS f 3'K ,W Soya! p PSff 4W!SS lw Jj.. (jvyl&& FV Fence is COLORED IN DISTRICT NO John McWhorter 40 acres joins G. White tax and coat H H Shively 5 acres joins J Burns tax and cost neavy, nara, 8 S9 4 13 niade of stiff sl?2l wire, the strongest and best ' "'- - PERSONAL L T--X 9 firm will be industriously looked after S L Chappell 60 acres joins Jno Greer tax and cost Mrs. Kate Smith's, condition remains during Mr. Lyon's illness. C E Grentry 15 acres joins W critical. H, Conover tax and cost Eld. Z. T. Williams, was quite sick There will be preaching at the Union A.VSVVtft & Povin tx t? tr.n TJ,rnii 111 ItlS all of last week. Presbyterian church on next Saturday j acres tax and cost Mrs. L. B. Hurt is visiting her par- at 10 o'clock. The preaching service L Montgomery 17 acres joins will be followed .by a meeting of the ents in Lebanon. A J Combest tax and cost Church official board. J P Tarter 25 acres joins J J Dr. O. 3. Dunbar returned to LebaJ. R. Crawford, Pastor. Helton tax and cost non Monday. T G White 58 acres joins J Miss Minnie Triplett, has returned For Sale. Tarter tax and cost from Sonora. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 3 venan uunaiu oU acres Mr. R H. Durham, returned from Three Hundred White Oak trees. joinesP Nelson tax and cost Elizabethtown a few days ago. Address Titus Mercer, Milltown, Ky. Amanda Gifford27 acres joins 17-Mrs. W. C. Murrell was quite sick Jas Loy tax and cost several days of last week. W. G. Bryant sold a part of his to- T G Hadley 65 acres joins G Mr. C. S. Harris and Mr. J. W. W Coffey tax and cost bacco crop in Frankfort last Friday at Flowers, were in Louisville last week. Mr. Bryant is a Jas Hammans 100 acres joins $50 per hundred. Miss Annie Kinnaird, of Red Lick, grower of Franklin county. F A Lewis tax and cost visited relatives in Columbia last week. i am i aces i acres joins Robt Johnson tax and cost Mrs. John D. Lowe, was confined to W. J. Bottom, sold his farm, on Casher room a few days of the past week. ey Creek, a few days ago, to B. W. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 4 Sherrill, for 82,000. The farm con. Luther England 35 acres Mr. Cook Jones, who has been sick joins Milt England tax and for several weeks, will soon be able to tained fixty- eight acres. be out. cost Mr. Sam Burdette and Henry Sanders, Luther Potts, was here from Mr. G A Coomer (N R) 32 acres Cumberland county the first of the Ltbanon, bought in Adair county, in joins G H Nell tax and cost the last few days, ten mules. The week. Hulet Coomer 80 acres joins prices run from $125 to $200. Miss Sue F King, teacher in the J P Compton tax and cost Public school, was quite sick a few days Drs. Alper and Hancock, opticians, V. E. Dudley 39 acres joins of last week. M England tax and cost will be at Dr. J. N. Page's drug-stor- e H. B. James 30 acres joins F Miss Alice Walker was confined to Friday and Saturday next. - W Page tax and cost her room several days of last week, a Statement of the FirstNational Bank Marshal Roach 72 acres joins victim of tonsilitis. CB. Sexton tax and cost appears in this issue. The figures show Miss Lea Rogers, of Dickson, Tenn., an increase of business over the last J B Sexton (N R) 72 acres is spending ten days with her cousin, joins T Wheeler tax and cost Statement. Miss Myrtle Myers. ' G A Shirley 12 acres joins W Mr Gordon Montgomy, County Parlor Circle show Friday and SaturHamilton tax and cost and Mr. G. P. Smy the are spend day nights for white persons. ThursJno Sneed Sr 125 acres joins , day ing a few days in Frankfort, night the doors will be opened to J W Sneed tax and cost Q Alexander, Hugh Noe, colored persons. Geo Smith 70 acres joins S Messrs. J. Lee Hardesty and Charles Walls, all j Wilson tax and cost Mr. Luther F. Scholl and Miss Cazza F S Wooten 23 acres joins F traveling men, were here a few days Phelps, of Jamestown, procured license ago. Bridgewater tax and cost in Louisville last Saturday, and were Mr. A. K, Rupe, who was operated COLORED IN DISTRICT NO. 4 doubtless married in the city. on for appendicitis, is getting along Josh Taylor 50 acres joins nicely, every indication pointing to his The personal property of the late P. Strong Hill tax and cost recovery. II. Bridgwater, will be sold at the, WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 5 Mr. W. A. Coffey and A D. Patte-so- home place, March 7th. Geo. W. Blankenship acres sheriff of Adair, were in JamesN. C. Butler. joins W S. Hindman tax day of the Russell cirtown, the first R. P. Bridgwater. and cost 17-cuit court. W H Parson 330 acres joins Mr. J. H. Waggener and daughter, i Lucy Kemp (bal) tax and The voters of Lebanon will vote for Miss Fannie, left Monday morning for cost Springfield. Ill , where they go to spend and against the reopening of saloons in that city on Thursday, May the 2nd. several months. WHITES INJDISTRICT NO. 6 Mr. Olie Taylor, the efficient county 1 town lot Ike Dixon (N-An interesting letter from Dr. J H. court clerk, was on the sick list all last Coburg tax and cost in & can be found on our second page H C Harmon 47 acres joins week, but he had the nerve to stay at xie wru irui ituilci vine, oau- - Wm Curry tax and cost his post of duty. forma. COLORED LIST IN DISTRICT NO Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davidson, who A Yeoman Lodge, which carries in- - Zella Johnson 1 lot in Cane spent two months in Casey county, at the home of Mrs. Davidson's parents, surance, is soon to be organized at this Valley tax and cost place. returned to Columbia last week. M L Johnson (N-- R) acre i joins C Johnson tax and ' Wilson, little son of Master Davis ' Born, to the wife of Frank Cobb, cost Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, paid his , Milltown, February 21, 1912, a son Henry Johnson (N-h acre first visit to the Naws office Saturday. Richard Lee. joins F Allen tax and cost ' He had donned a new overcoat and was Miria Massie heirs 1 lot in looking quite manly. FoR gALE A pair of good plug horses Cane Valley tax and cost Mr. and Mrs. J . . lowers are now cheap Susan Marshall (N-10 residents of ebanon, leaving Columbia ' Goff Bros. acres joins J W Vaughan last week. They were to have gone tax and cost several weeks ago, as was mentioned j If you want a turn of clea'n meal, go J I Smith 74 acres joins J G ' n the News, but Mrs. Flowers was to Myres & Wilson. Groves tax and cos taken sick. They are good people. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 Two good cows for sale. Appy to Miss LorenaPyle, the telephone oper-atGarfield Coomer 20 acres 'oins -- Bros. Garrison of this place, was taken quite ill 'i Clay Moore tax and cost Columbia. Ky. indigestion at the office a few days with L'V Hall 2 acres joining SH 17-ago. She could not be removed to her Mitchell tax. and cost .msa ume yam- homejiniunext.usy. COLORED .LIST IN DISTRICT NO is urged to be at well, Is working in her stead at the '' Every Sallie Banker J acre join$ M the lodge room next Thursday night. Exchange. i E. Wedikin & Co. Mr. Lyon, who has Jas been sick for several weeks, is still conJ. Brockman tax and cost fined to his room. Mr. Yates, is an J. S. Burton 63 acres joins old salesman and the business of the Button tax and cost j WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 2 Atchley 70 acres joins T 9 05 G 49, 8 23 4 12 i Uty' Of) Vm?sjr i VJw AW I 4 12 6 77 i 5 191 6 25 E mt possible to produce for fencing purposes. The staiy or upright wires are continuous from top to pottoir, of the fence, irSJyj& and secured to the horizontal wires by the Royal loop. Being- - wrapped around the horizontal wires entirely within- the tension curves, the stays are rigidly held dtir in place and side slipping: prevented. The whole forms a fabric of the greatest strength and ample , flexibility, the best of the continuous stay fences. 3ar.- - 'k3rr'aIlufJFjrt l3 j t 4 12 7 04 2t i 4 Reed ilbrdware I &'$3m&8"3"&&3"&$ $""&8&&$$$&$$$ 65 G "J 7 5 71 :;0 09 i Frank McClure tax and cost 4 acres V7H Wade (N-joins A Williams R) GlensforK. Roy. 2 64 A j WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 A 4 01 4 66 I Hurt 1 town lot in Columbia tax and cost I town SamShreve (N-lot in Columbia tax and cost R) 12 95 6 5) COLOKED IN DISTRICT NO 7 A Co-Lum- 4 65 4 13 Tom Lester town lot in tax and cost A. D. 4 65 Patteson, S. A. C. 6 37 j Mr. B. 0. Hurt and family, Willie Helm left for Barren has moved back to his farm near county Georgia, last week where this place. We are ail glad to he will teach school during the have them back with us. ensuing spring and summer. Mr. Otis Stapp and family and Clarence Taylor bought of his Mr. Lawrence Womack and brother, Robert, a tract of land familv, started for Illinois, on the Glenville and Montpelier Thursday. We regret very much road, one mile east of this place to give them up as they are for $400. good citizens. ; ; At-torn- I n, , It R) ! J , R) -- R) Misses Kit and Cora Kelsay, Porn, to he wife of Mr. Tom and Media Petty, were visisting Powell a daughter. 166 relatives in Taylor county last Mrs. Frank Breeding whe has MARKETS. week. LOUISVILLE been confined to her bed for a 4 91 year, is not as well as she has ATpQsrc: A nnrl Rncii 4 92 on Live Stock man, are making some extensive Deen or soms time, Latest Quotations 6 77 Mr. Edgar Royse closed his improvements on their store CATTLE house at this place, and will soon school last Friday week and is at 5 19 Shipping steer 5.506.00 fill it with a complete line of home again. Beef steers 5.255.50 general merchandise. Miss Ellen Epperson started Fat heifers and cows 4254.75 13 Cutters Mr. Bill Thompson, son of Jes- - to Louisville last Thursday to 2.0o3.oo Canners 1.002.25 ' . and Miss Mary have some work done on her 2 253.oo S1C 'Thompson, Buli3 Feeders 4.254.75j Wilson, daughter of Oadus Wil- - glasses. .... 3 75 Stockers sonswere married at the home, The entertainment Thursday Choice much cows of the bride on the 17th, Rev. G. night at Montpelier was con- Common to fair cows . . . 12 HOCS k. ADreii omciating. inese are ducted niceiy and had a nice 6.40 nice young people, and we wish time. Choice 210 up 6.25 them much happiness. We un-- ( Mediums, 165 to 210. Mr w. O. Bryant who has :; 06 Pigs 5.15 5.40 derstandthat they will shortly been sick for some time is not as Roughs 5 71 moye to Indiana where they will well as he has been SHEEP AND LAMBS 6 5.00 6.00 Best lambs....'. Our hearts were made very Culls 3.005.00 12 Mrs. Matilda Wilborn, widow sad last Thursday when we re-Fatsheep the late Samuel Wilborn, died ceived the message of the death GRAIN The remains were 0f Mr. Wash Grider, he leaves a 2 53 Wheat. 90 on the 9th. 50 interred at the Wesley graveyard wife and several children and Corn ' 2 21 by the side of her husband, who relatives to mourn their loss, Local Market. 2 80 died about 20 years ago. The, Mr. Ben Jeffries closed his, deceased had been for many school last Friday and is at home 6 90 j A five room cottage for rent. Dr. W. F. Cartwright. j pn. , i j ' 1 ! Zf5'1 15.00-35.00 1 3.00-4.- of 00 . . To-da- y. 4 12 ,i 95 ! Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks Geese . '. Turkeys 5 51 .. Krrinrr spring clipping A '. Wool Hides (green)..,.,. y c cs triers TX7rxrtl or Ducks.. ,......-- . foil i 17 9 7 3 10 5 19 j j U. 2t wOdd-FeUo- w J 7 -, ,-- , , fT; 27 ,8 xx , Mr. J. Cager Yates, was here last j ! A postal bank will likely be establish-Lyo- J B"Lucus 1 acre joins J T Page week, in the interest of Mr. W. R. ed at Russell Springs at an early date. Ed Waggener 4 .acres joins who travels out of Louisville for n, 'Waggener tax and" cost 2 27 6 25 Ginseng.: .J Beeswax...., Yellow Root. May Apple(per lb) "' "5'00 50 , U 25 -- 2 years a consistent member of the again. Christian church. She died of j pulmonary consumption, and had only been sick for a few months. G. PSMYTHE She was the mother of 6 children. for Miss Adell Paragen, who lived HRE INSURANCE with her brother, near this place, and was rrarried to a Mr. Smith, of HEAL ESTATE Breeding vicinity on the 14th. the --4- Q L-i- .. 4 - .J .1 ' . w THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS W TREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS s, Mr. Mc. demon's, will have a sale Mar. 2nd, near this place. Curious Condensations. business trip to Knifley, last Sat- - j urday I Prussia has a forest of 7,000, Mr. Luther SehV's, horse fell The singing at White Oak, the mild and gentle in action that a child into a sink hole while he was 000 acres. "We are in receipt of letters from second Sunday, was largely at- - left me with I cough ai:d grown person can take it, Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., as well as ahas no equal for children, plowing, and hurt his horse very W very weak. flu I v.hen ten.':! Gavel-lain fact, it The average life of a railroad tended. Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. m hardly breathe t : k for 13 1 j '0 Wagoner, Okla., as well as many women and old people. much last Friday. mteiites. My u.,1..-- , fo d not he In crosstic is fifteen years. reothers, telling about the wonderful Mr. Melvin Jones and sons, are plr wa; coo.: i. ;sl cured by It arouses the flow of gastric juice, sults they have secured in the cure of and by a peculiar action trains the , back at their sawmill, at workifi but I In Europe they dust the paint-by their stomach and liver .troubles DRa stomach and bowel muscles to again Short Stops. the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- do their work naturally, and in time i. ... ai'h ings in uiw nrnlloY'ioc Kir maana nf uiiu expect .to nave ji set com- - 2. $ft9 j tne KflaMtf fia sin. medicines of all kinds can be disSfU This remedy, as all readers doub- pensed with. A free sample bottle pleted in a short time. I av'&vy air syringes. tless know, has been before the public can be had tor trial by sending your Mrs. J. E. Cov, i IU - j England has more rivers for The chronic kicker and knockfor a Generation and is now being address to the doctor, for in this POC APD 51.0f .m LL t MidSTS", Hw Mr nnd Mr . .... P. Pita wu in-- - rasOKW!'-;snore extensively used than any other way Mrs. Gaskinds, Mr. Gavelias and er is a public nuisance, i.nu, f its size than any other country Hovious, were visiting remedy for stomach, liver and bowel many others first learned of the cure. the latters complaints. According to reliable tes- Later, when satisfied is the remedy It does not take a cold wave on the globe. timony, it seems to be a very quick you need, do as others are doing and narents. at uoimes.' last sundav.- i and lasting cure for constipation, buy it of your druggist at fifty cents long to outstay its welcome. Some doctors say a regular di and dyspepsia, liver trouble, and one dollar a bottle. Several from near this place C. D. liiliousness, headaches, sour stomAndrew Carnegie says that et of beef makes people vV Dr. ach, gas on the stomachy drowsiness For the free sample addressbuilding attended the burial of Mr. Jo VETFRWARY 5URf?J $10,000 men are scarce perpd and cross after eating and similar disorders. It B Caldwell.111.402 Caldwell near (Jane Valley. is a liquid with tonic effect, and so Monticello, caw are the $10.000-a-yea- r joDs The art of entrravif: on soft W. S. Bault. was in Columbia, This is the season when the steel was invented by Jacob Perlast Saturday. storage egg comes out of hiding, kins, of Philadelphia, in 1812. PO 0i5MfrO Mrs. Retta Hancock's looking as innocent as possidle new In producing the tonss or inMassachusetts leads the nation flections of the human voice house, on the road between this insanity. A record is a record, forty-fou- r muscles are brought place and Knifley, has been completed. Special Aftnetfn to Eye no matter how it is attained. into play. E l, Speaking of inconsistency, some The heart of aGreenland whale Spavin or any Mr. Lindsey Watson, of was 'istulo, work done at fair prices 1 cm HUGHES c men deplore the brutality of is a muscle of enormous size. It at Hovious, last Sunday. veil fixed to take care of stock. I" n sy due when work is done or stcik peace is often three feet in diameter. football and then attend BLINDS. J T. Jones, delivered his crop removed from stables. banquets. There are few beggars in of tobacco, to J. C. Bault, ot LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, LargestWhoIesale Sash and Door House 0NBURK5VILLE STREET. Switzerland, and two fifths of the As the governor of North DaCane Valley. in the South. kota said to the governor of adult population have deposits ii Mrs. James Durret. was visitSouth Dakota, it's a mighty short bank. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment G. Watson, a and good goods. TJ We appreciate them. Paris began the construction o ing her brother, G. time between cold waves. H. few days ago. Sometimes we get the foolish Her boulevards, now so much adE. Main Street Mr. and Mrs. M. P.. Bault, Attoney-At-LaE. HOGHES Gl notion that it would be easier to mired, in the year 1536 I LOUISVILLE.IKY. 3 Will pradice in INCORPORATED. V get along in the world if we had It is told of a clock in Brussels passed through this place iast this and adjoining counties. r, 4 ? less philosophy. that it has never been wound b. Sunday, to visit the latters Jamstown, Kentucky, : near Wilson Creek. Baby in Pittsburg, nine weeks human hands. It is kept going Messrs. J. K. and R. C. old, was operated on for appen- by the wind. were visiting, at Absher, dicitis. Some people break into The cry is now for the individU. G. HARDWICH. Pres R. H. D1ETZMAN. Sec J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. society at an early age. ual drinking cups. In Queen last Sunday. rsri .'v o..iM ..., . 3 i E3'i;?-r-ji?Sr- ' . KlIO' es.5p o- ai ; i- - : ill-ter- n-! Crenshaw f ar -- r, t cz.1 r&. Di;n oaaii, Luuia, lmuius, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. liirftvPV . Poll-evi- cal -- L Joseph Stone, 211-2- 15 w 094 broth-brothe- Hum-uhres- s, wj . ryneivn!! & Mippiy to. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IWILiLiWHlGHTS DEALERS IN f mACHlNlSTS ENGINES. EOILEFS, SAW MLIS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlKTeeNTft-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank WorK iSKBBtnB5L RUSHES' IB Jn 1T -- StS WSBBbR " VTr t JOBBING WORK. SOLICITED' !T353SIMiKs3jjgpB--- " v- - AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- Everythin g In The Drag Line At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headline! Per Box 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- 00 loPerhaps the seventeen-yea- r custs didn't turn out in force be cause they got into conference with the groundhog. A crusade has been started in Baltimore for cleasder money, but most of us are interested in quantity rather than qualitv. Alfred Vanderbilt has rented a flat for $40,000 a year, but we are willing to bet that he is afraid to talk back to the janitor. It does not speak well for WiU kesbarre that the man who had a fistful of money to spend had to go away from home to spend it. In spite of the weather man we refuse to believe that winter really has come until we have read about the chump who skated on thin ice. It may be observed of the man who fell six inches with 'fatal results that he secured one of the features of an aeroplane ride without the ride. Elizabeth's time every guest at a , Johnson Humphress, has openbanquet table brought his own ed a blacksmith shop, near this spoon with him. place. American typewritingmachines are favorites in Siam, being used All About Roses. A rose in the Government offices and tree breathes through its leaves. business houses. Some of the In dusty weather, therefore, the machines are fitted with Siamese plant should be kept clean with types. frequent sprajings. Woman rarely invent anything, The best soil for roses is but an exception is a new kind of d ma- loam and of curtain rod, which will adjust nure, This soil should be at! itself to a window frame of any least eighteen inches deep! ' width. The rod is made to do Cured up leaves mean a mag- -' this because it carries a stiff got is at work. He should be sping. ' caught and killed at once, or he John Kronmiller, a former will kill the tree. member of Congress from MaryThe budding of roses should be HENRY WATTERSON land, now conducts an umbrella mending establishment in Balti- done in the early morning or at Editor. more, public life having lost its sunset. charm for him. He is a great j Mix guano with the rose tree's We Can Furnish You reader and a student of Egyptol- water when it is in bloom Why Not Read two-thir- ds The one-thir- ouner Jour Laxative Bromo Quinine " " Singley LaxativeTablets Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets "'" Nyals " A. D. S. " ' " Hexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion 'Bottle Nyals Rexal " Cod Liver Oil Wine ' -- Emulsion " A.D. S. " Vinol 'T "-' ":Sl ' ' " 100 89c 50c 83c 83c 1.00 Write us for Quotations CITY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth & Jefferson LOUISVILLE, KY The Adair County News and Daily Courier-JournBoth one year $4.00 al Edna Pearl, a nice dress in honor of her name Edna. , 'Mr. Chas Edward's, had his Mr. Luther Owen's, had an sale last Saturday. Efe is pre- auction Saturday at his store paring to go to Ind. Him and also. ' bis wife and little daughter, Mr. John Cundiff's, mare fell Edna, are visiting her parents, on the ice a few days ago, and Mr. and Mrs. Clemen's, P. M. killed her self, Mr, Cundiff, lives this place presented little near Denmark. Owensby. -of , Never try to grow roses from The Adair County News A detachable reservoir to make seed. It takes too long. a ruling pen a fountain pen affair Rose heds should not be preand the has been invented for draftsmen pared in wet weather. by a Californian. The explanation that a man Never plant a rose tree in Weekly Potato flour is being made into windy place. Rose sweetness in bushes has more sugar-ana syrup in Holland, and Govern- should be sprinkled daily in May. his system when he is maddest Courier-Journ- al ment chemists are trying to measwill probably strike the majority Roses that front north do not ure its food value. V as merely fudge. thrive, One of the newest automatic Both One Year Another gold field has been door closets will shut a door all discovered in Alaska. As usual the way or return it to any de- - Steers Drown. A bunch of For $1.50 it has been discovered when the 16 fine steers belonging to M. J. sired width ot opening. weather is- too cold up there for Farris, of Danville, which were average human being. the being driven from Danville to Watson. We can also give liberal the farm of Mr. A. F. Sanders, The canals of Mars are report near Marcellus, Garrard county, combination rate with Daily ed to be increasing. Pereaps the Health of this community is drowned in a pond near the lat- or Sunday Courier Journal. Martians have been aroused to very good at present. ter place when the man who was Write Courier-Journemulate the way in which the ComOur new merchant, Mr. J. C. driving them, attempted to dirt is flying on the isthmus. Bault, is enjoying a good trade. water them through the ice. He pany, Louisville, Ky., for An operation was performed Mr. Lawrence Bault, was vis- had thought that the ice was i free sample copy of edition upon a chicken to recover a $300 diamond which it had swallowed. iting his cousin, Dempsey Bault, strong enough te bear up the you desire, but be sure to Saturday and Sunday. weight of the steers, so that they The operation was a failure send your subscription order W. S. Bault, delivered his could slack their thirst through the chicken's viewpoint. from to this paper NOT to the Oliogodysia, described as a lack crop of tobacco, to Mr. T. J. aholejin the ice. However when of thirst, is a new disease that Smith, of Spurlington, a few all had gotten upon the ice, it Courier Journal. 1 h !i'oki'n oul in Npv York. day3 ago. Several other parties gave wav beneath their heavy Tins is a warning to gay and in tnis neighborhood, have sold weight, and all were pr eeipitaied This is the season of the year whn into the freezing water. The mothers feel very much concerned over festive Pittsburgers to keep to Mr. Smith. Mr. Ebb Foster, has moved to pond was very deep, and there the frequent colds contracted by their away. was no chance to save them, children, and have abundant reason for A man in Massachusetts volun- Mr. Matthew Ovestreet's farm, every cold weakens the lungs These steers were valued at its as near this place. tarily pays taxas on property lowers the vitality and paves the way ' about $50 a head, as they were for the more serious diseases that so which is legally nontaxable. He R. W. Bault, of Holmes, bought good ones, and the loss of often follow. Chamberlain's Cough belongs to that rare class that six calves, of H. C. Humphress. extra Mr. Farris will run up no about Remedy is famous for its cures, and is the world hestitates whether to last week: Price $76. pleasant and safe.to take. For sale by tag fool or hero. Johnson Humphress, made a $8000. Stanford Journal. Paull Drug Co. d ogy. . , - al ! ? -- ) -- . ll , t j. THE ADAIk COUNTY .NEWS ocrats in that Senatorial district that can always win, as the peoADAIR CIRCUIT COURT ple down there all know he is Commiss'oner's Sale. KENTUCKY. honest and reliable. He is very Prank Burton &c PUT, ) ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT vs KENTUCKY. much interested in the bill to re) Nona Jones &c Def. peal the dog-ta- x ) law, and is makBy virtue of a judgment and Order Eddie Wilkerson &c Plff. vs of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- Sallie Wolford &c Def. ing every effort to get the bill ) ed at the January Term, thereof, 1912, By virtue of a judgment and Order of through the Senate. He says in the' above cause, I shall proceed to Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered e door at the January Term offer for sale at the thereof, 1912, in the people of his district are very Ky., to the highest bid the above cause, I shall proceed to in Columbia, of much dissatisfied with the way der, at Public Auction, on Monday, the fer for sale at the e door in the law works and want it re4th day of March, 1912, at one o'clock Columbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, Commissioner's Sale. Court-housCourt-hous- r. i comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. My Doctor Said Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C of health, and was not able to be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I am able to do my housework and to care for my children, and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." THE "Try .Cardui," writes Mrs. " I was in a very low state LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 TAKE LARDUIWoman'sTonic Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not fry Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test it for yourself. Your druggist sells Lardui. Ask him. for Special Instructions, and ge The book. " Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 55 ssiea He Won't Limp Now No more limping for Tom Moore of Cochran, Ga. 'I had a bad sore on my instep that nothing seemed to hely till Iused Buckien's Arnica Srlvj, he writes but this wonderful healer soon cured me. Heals old run ning sores, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at Paull Res. 'Phone 29. Or, Office 'Phone 40- - Jaaies Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK) Drug Co. p m , or thereabout (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the following described property to wit: Three certain tracts of land situated in Adair County, Kentucky, on the waters of Green River. The first tract con tains about 115 acres, and is the same land on which the dwelling house of Matthew Burton deceased, is situated The second tract joins the first, and contains about 13G acres. The third tract is a timbered tract, containing about 48 acres, and lies nearby the first two tracts For complete descrip 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 Pow ell, Serena Burton and Bridget Burton in this land, shall not be paid by the purchasers, but shall remain a lien upui 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- - d to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner! at Public Auction, on Monday 1 the 4th pealed. day of March, 1912, at o'clock p m., BRIGHTER, BETTER,! A Mean Man. Down in Okla homa the other day a man went BIGGER THAN EVER into a store to buy a saw. He THEJREGULAR PRICE OF saw the kind he ' wanted and asked the price. It was $1.65 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the dealer said. "Good gracious, said the man, "I can get the same thing from IS A YEAR. Sears. Roebuck & Co., for $1.25. "That's less than it cost me," IP YOUj WILL SEND YOUR ORDEk said the dealer, "but I'll sell it on the same terms as mail-ordTO US. YOU CAN GET house just the same. "All right," said the customer. THE ADAIR COUNTY "You can send it along and charge it to my account." NEWS "Not on your life," the dealer AND replied. "No charge accounts. You can't do business with the THE L0U1SV1LEE mail-ordhouse that way. Fork over the cash " TIMES The customer complied or thereabout, (being County Court,) upon a credit of six months the follow ing described property, to wit: Four certain tracts of land situated in Adair County, Kentucky, on the waters of Casey's Creek. The first tract contains about 50 acres; the second tract contains 402 acres; the third tract con tains 25 acres; and the fourth tract contains about 4 acres All join, and will be sold in one body". Said lands are known as the Samuel Beard Farm, and reference is made to the judgment and order of sale for more complete de scription. For the ptrchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, mu t execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A Coffey, Master Commissio ner Fruit and Flower Puzzle. 1. $5.00 er X5?XS)8C'9eX5 s) ""fa Commissioner's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- JohnT Burton &c VS PUT. ) ) AL Mary T. Grant &c Def. By virtue of s. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY Ls COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS if yon will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 $2,09 Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the July Term, thereof, 1912, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for door in Columsale at the Court-hous- e bia, 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 drescribed property to wit: Two certain tracts of land situated in Adair County, in Little Cake, Ky., on the waters of Green River. The first tract contains about 8 acres, and the second tract contains about 3o acres. For complete description reference is made to judgment in Order Book No. 12, Page 562 of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's Office. The shares of Estel Ray Spires, Ella May Spires, Mitchell Burton, Vernie Burton, 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 purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner judgment and Order of use? What flowers are found in a good menagerie? Dandelions. 2. What flower is seen in the "Now two cents for postage east when the sun rises? Morn- and five BOTH ONE YEAR cents for money order. ', ing Glory. "What" 3. What fruit caused a great Certainly, you have to send a FOR ONLY disaster? Apple. letter and a money order to a THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 4. What fruit enrages a South mail-ordhouse, you know." country Irishman? Orange. The customer, inwardly raving the best afternoon paper print5. What fruit does a mason kept to his agreement and paid er1 anywhere. er er $4.50. Lime. the nickel. flowers turn the thoughts to kisses? Tulips. 6. What 7. What , fruit causes many pu- Dates. 8. What fruit tells tales? Peach. 9. What flower does a bird want when it rides a horse? Larkspur. 10. What flower does the husband of the Queen of Holland smoke? Dutchman's Pipe. 11. What plant as furniture is seen in a frog's house? Stool. Toad pils to stumble? 12 What flower is often seen on a cold winter's day? Snow ,'Now 25 cents expressage." "Well, I'll he said, but paid it, saying: "Now hand me that saw and I'll take it home myself and be rid of this foolery "Hand it to you? Where do you think you are? You're in Okla homa and I'm in Chicago, and you'll have to wait two weeks for that saw." Where upon he hung the saw on a peg and put the ironey in his cash drawer. "That makes $1.67," he said. It has cost you two cents more and takes two weeks longer to get it than if you had paid my price in the first place. Has the best corps of correi-- . be" pondents. Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. SEND VOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY News and Comment. Ball. Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr Commissioner's Sale.. !)sxss-- fr 5 ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. Virgie O. Whitehead &c Plff. vs s ) Silas G. Tarter &c Def. By virtue of a judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, thereof, 1912, in the above cause, for the sums of S100 with interest from October the 8th, 190S, and $17. probable cost, and $100. with interest from October Sth, 1908, Lrf 4 subject to credit of $25. paaid November the 9th 190S, and $20 probable cost. INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD T shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Ky., to save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long the highest bidder, at Public Auction, We will ks our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights on Mondaythe 4th day of; March, 1912, atone o'clock p. m., or thereabout, and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. (being County Court) upon a credit of S8INCH six months the following described 50INCH property, to wit: A certain 'tract of land situated in Adair Connty, Ky., at 7 Va 42IRCH the top of Dug Hill, on the Stanford A Road. Said tract contains about 60$ 34INCH JK acres, but thpre is reserved therefrom . V that portion of said boundary which i tj J j jrj" J ' lies on the West side of the Stanford IB INCH iKKaXKXaAa "fft fOwBt A Road and contains about 10 acres For ilSlMivESt JxJjJ J lV.lAAA AA AA Am nAA; ' complete description reference's made X to the judgment and order of sale of record in Order Book No. 12, Page 6MG JtiS? IK SIX HEIGHTS ELLWOOD HELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE of the Adair Circuit Court Clerk's OfJ s you a combination cut rate on Duly or Sunday if you will write this paper. We can give ..c.) ff i What flower is often, in the sqnset? Golden Glow. 14. What flowers are seen when the sparrows come home to rocst at night? Phlox (flocks) 15. What flower is a nice boy? Sweet William. 16. What flower grow in a swamp, but are found waving in the sky? Flags. 17. What flowers always belong to your father? Poppies. 18. What flower explodes? 13. D. H Smith Is A Candidate y, Former Congressman David Higbaugh Smith, of LaRue-conn-tis in Frankfort to look in on the Legislature in action and to keep in touch with the situation regarding the United States sen-atorsh- ip Late reports coming from China indicate that the Imperial family is about ready to give way to republican form of governmtnt. The manufacturers of cotton goods are taking large quantities of raw cotton and the market for cotten cloth is reported very active. President Taft's friends have suddenly become very hopeful of his chances to secure the Republican nomination, and his forces are actively at work in all sections. So are the supporters of Col. Roosevelt. to succed W. O. Bradley, for the Democratic nomination for which he is an avowed can WOOD WIRE FENCE 26 ' I I didate. Judge Smith about ten years ago was a candidate for the Senate, and came within two votes of the nomination, but Rockets. could never get the others. He 19 What flower would a geo- is strongly in favor of the enactlogist scorn? Shamrocks. ment of a compulsory direct State primary law, and believes There is no better medicine ma 'e for preseut Legislature will put colds than Chamberlain's Cough Reme- the dy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves on the statute books such a stat the lungs, opens the fcecretions, aids lute. It is agreed on all sides expectoration, and restores the system to a healthy condition For sale by that Dave Smith will make it Paull Drug Co. mighty interesting for his op. .. ponent, whoever they may be. Typical Keatiickian ' mM JJiJ ff f77 JJJJjJ VxvwR.r '' JB Louisville Times. ' Frankfort Journal. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Senator W. J. Bale, of Green county, who by the way is one of the handsomest men in the Senate and a typical Kentuckian in both looks and manner,, was in the memorable session of 1900 fice. For the purchase price, the purchas- and served on one of the contest er, with approved surety or securities, committees in the Goebel Taylor must execute Bond, bearing legal interBeckham-Marsha- ll contest est from day of sale until paid, and and having the force and effect of a judg- for Governor and Lieut. Goverment. Bidders will be prepared to nor. He is one of the few shocking Sounds. . public. In the earih are sometimes heard before a terrible earthquake, that warn Mexico has another revolution of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the on hand. Several of the northback warns you the Kidneys need at- - ern States are in rebellion tention if you would escape those! against the government: of Presidangerous maladies. Dropsy, Diabetes or Bright's diseases. Take Electric j dent Madero, and some fighting Bitters at once and see backache fiy has occured along the Rio Grande,, and all your best feelings return." My son received great benefit from their which has caused the United use for kidney and bladder trouble," States to further strengthen oiir writes Peter Bondy, South Rockwood, along the Mexican iMich," It is certainly a great kidney military force medicire." Try it 60c at Paull Drug C- o- border. I Tne price of refined oil and gasoline has been advanced steadily by the Standard Oil Company since the reorganization, but the officials claim ihat this advance is due to economic conditions in the oil. fields, and not from a desire to squeeze the "K. ?.x &? i N 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyyille. Crawford preach at Hnion on Saturday be- - Milton Wilmore. who nreceded fore the fir$E Sunday in March at her a number of vears ago. We 3.6:10 o'clock, and also on Satur-- ; have not learned the 'particulars - day. of her death, but we do know "The wheat crop in this section! that she was a Christain of the iooks gloomy at present. truest sense and we know that '. R. L Caldwell, of the Milltown she lived up to her profession, community, was in our midst last and when the summons came we are certain she was ready. The Friday. years Nat Walker and Austin Wil- deceased "was seventy-sevemore spent last Sunday in Co- old, and a member of the Presbyterian church. lumbia. R".; i ! Rev." J. and reared in this community, , a daughter of J. H. and Permelia will Wilmore and sister of Austin anal I Mr. oldest feeble Mr. Mrs. Emma Christie, of ' worth, was visiting friends and John Bryant one of our relatives in this section, several citizens, has been quite days of last week: for two weeks". i. vCraycraft. T. J. Bryant is suffering Ozark. i HUBBUCfi BROS, The re :, k WELLENDOi h anciiag of THE will be cleared to heart di ADAIR COUNTY NEWS that ouc facilities for ;r ; Mr. Al Pulliam, of Nell, was transacting business in our town Friday. Uncle George Flowers was on the sick list for a day or so of last week. Uncle Charlie Yates was by the bedside of Uncle Rich" Breeding, at Breeding, last Saturday. Mr. Ed Hill, who has been confined to his room for a week or more with an attack of fever. Burtrice Sparks made a business trip to Cave City, last week. Miss Annie Kinniard, our effi--! cient school teacher, spent last Saturday and Sunday in Columbia. James Q. Diddle was calling on his friends in Columbia, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A Moss, of Greensburg, spent one night last week with the family of C. 0. Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill will leave for Louisville in a day or two. where Mrs. Hill will buy a stock of millinery goods for this market. mmaammmmmjmmmMmmmmmBEmcmBmm beds. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nell enOur Sunday scbool is moving Several of our farmers have fine and will make Mason City Vester. At this time there is the on. tertained a few of our society their plant beds burned, making our future home for a while. people last Saturday night in preparation for a tobacco crop. largest crop of tobacco pitched Mason City has 23 thousand People are busy 'making for several years. honor of Messrs. Guy Nell and Mr. Joe Callison and Miss inhabitants, two nice colleges, on,e ft a REMEDY. for farming in this Lee Flowers. : Mr. Thos. Knifley has returned Fonzo Hancock, spent Sunday in the east part ot town one on neighborhood. from New Mexico to make Ken- Mr. James Keen, one of our the other in the west. with Mr. Bingham Moore and tucky his home, and is located on Uncertainty of the immediate best tobacco growers, is prizing wife. Mr. Dick Burton's wife, Mary Mason City has no saloons, has old farm near Neats-vill- Cuture is looked upon by many mencrop, his father's at this time, his last years J. Burton, died last Sunday even ot aHairs, as a blockade to enter- two railroads in this town. Mr. Coy Dudgeon and family orise and business prosperity, and preparing for the Louisville Corn is worth 60 cts per bu. ing Feb. 11th, and was buried at of Campbellsville, spent Sunday 'Jus blockade is now quite apparent Bear Wallow cemetery Monday, market. Mr. John W. Jones, father of liroughout the channels of trade. A good young work horse is with Mr. R. T. Dudgeon and Feb. 12th. A large crowd at- Mrs. W. B. Hovious, spent a The Presidential Election: the worth .$250 to $300. Several thousand pounds of wife. A good tended the burial. few days last week in our town. efforts of Congress with, no fixed milk cow is worth $50 to $100. tobacco was delivered from this purpose; Organized Labor as a new Misses Julia Moore, Pink Calsection last week, to Rose & Co., A Mr. Rigney was visiting Mr. (factor in politics; together with Born, to the wife of Thomas This has been the coldest lison and Mr. Henry Moore, were at Keltner. John Rule and family last week other matters of greater or less winter that was ever known here Burton, Feb. 12th a son. the guests of Miss Amanda Butimnort, represent at this time a Mr. Abe Sherrell who has been chaotic conflict of separate inter-sic- k the ground has been frozen for 7 Judge N. H. Moss, of Colum- ler Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and 3ts- to harmonize which is nowythe weeks. so long was on our streets bia, spent a few days on his Lena Shepherd, were visiting MibS Ruth Sublett was on the croblem. before the country, " last Saturday. Come on Ky., folks, here is j Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Smythe of farm near this place last week, sick list last week. All want Prosperity, Peace and looking after his farming inter?ead. with cre the c,in" the place if you want work, they near Columbia last Saturday Mr. Henry Tupman, near Jop- Mr. Robert Wilson spent Moncmnati Enquirer, a journal that . pa, was visiting in this section a prjnts a tile news each day from pay your price here. est. night. day night with Mr. Will Wilson. every commercial center tnrougn-ou- t We take the Adair Co., paper ffew days last week. Messrs. Dan Hatcher, better Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, were A barometer of Mr.Hardesty a traveling salesthe world. and like it fine. Mr. W. C. Arnold bought a causes and effects that points out, visiting Mrs. S. J. Dooley last known as Neighbor, and son, of man for Shapinsky & Co., visitWe was sorry to Is arrw that j Saturday night and Sunday. span of mules from B. W. Tucker as a Beacon Light, the danger and Glasgow, spent last Sunday at ed our town Tuesday the safeguard therefrom. Will Mackham, of Fry. is in bad for $270. the Wilmore house. Mr. HatchAs well known, the Daily EnMr. Otis Shepherd, spent last Mr. L. W. Dudgeon, wife and health. Misses Bessie" and Nellie Gose quirer is the largest in size and er is up on all subjects, and our Tuesday night and Wednesday G. H. Morrison son, were visiting relatives at priced paper spent a week visiting in Absher highest yet cheapest, in the United enjoy his visits. people with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shepmeasured by States, Campbellsville Saturday and Sunreturning home last quality and quantity. section, herd. Mr. W.B. Henderson, was in day. The Weekly Enquirer, with the ' m ES Monday. pioij3irijag A.H7 ssitt our town a few days' ago and in Mr. Lucian Burton, will have cream and digest of all the news, Vi JBBHI Mr. J. Q. Alaxander, a dry jL 03ureiini qjj Mr. Virgil Knifley and family able and conservative editorials, successful fish-- 1 formed us of the a sale next Saturday Feb, 24, goods drummer, visited our town spent last Saturday and Sunday market reports, methods and re- ing, that R.L. and J.H. Caldwell Tuesday. and will leave right immediately suits from Government and State in Absher section. Experiment Stations, veterinary and himself, had a few days ago for Terre Haute Ind., where Mr.s J. T. Bumgarner, is visit-in- g matters, People's Forum, choice' sdtrjtf Creek, near Portland. Mr. Jessee Sapp will install a in Russell v& literature, short and continued stor- - j MSiflH; they will make their future her daughters at Spurling-to10 108 tJ gasoline grist mill at our place ies, The fish were killed by a gig and sermons, general home. etc., with the exclusion information, in the near future. seen through the ice. Some Mrs. Lena Shepherd, spent last of all matters of scandal and impun jaded Miss Julia Moore entertained one hundred fish av-"- " thing over Dr. J. C.Gose' wife, was quite morality, is today the Cleanest Tuesday with Mrs. Cordia Good- the following on last Thursday sick a few days last week. "Zio sxBraotj Weekly Family Journal obtainable. eraging from one to two feet in and rpij Each issue is alone worth the price Gjdnrcs s33x!(I iEeisI5hRSV mfiK$ I an. length, were killed. We would night: Misses Amanda Butler, joj oitjm IWCrrg:1,.? I Mrs. J. J. Humphress and of a year's subscription. Mary Feese and Pink oranioA oiSuxs oiqeJBtaaj Solicitors for inscriptions make have liked it much better, if Mr. Bess Rice, family, will leave in a few days Almost Lost His Life $soin stqi rrnoqtj no na sn $oi Henderson, had remembered Callison. Messrs. John Smith to join her husband at Terre a handsome profit and increase the sacnop uorrrnn TJ Jln; good influence of The Enquirer in S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich, will nevlsounsoo suorrciisnin 0009 your reporter, with a few of so Bob Hancock, Eugune Rice, Haute Ind. the uplift of morality and industry, seSea: O0iS 'spJOAV. ooo'oot er forget his terrible exposure to a and for the bettenrrent and welfare many nice ones, on account of George Feese, Ira and Jimmie Asa Corbin, bought a horse of the community. For terms write oxi Xwl Areuopotri ivo mfi merciless storm," It gave me a dreadVaughan, Oscar and Willie his wife. ful cold he writes, that caused severe to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. 3ooq jStns Henry and Jim Edd from A. M Page price $120. b tix etpsdopiCoua: uy 'Spa pains in my chest, so it was hard for n Mr. W. P. Nunnelly, the -- A.btr5 Mrs. G. R. Feese, has been jo pian: jSjoao sjoaoq Moore. rae to breathe. A neighbor gave me Mason City III. Aji3jqrr. oAtjBwoqntj ire jo druggist, of Horse Cave, quite sick for the past week. saveral doses of Dr King's New Dis90U93S9 puti Tid oq sureuoo Mrs. Brack Massie of Colummade our town one day last week $ivq& ATma at AVxsnoi) covery which brought great relief, y Born, to the wife of Edgar Dear Editor: -oip paSptjqBxm mo& Aivq oqji The doctor said I was on the verge of usual had a good trade bia, spent Tuesday with Mr. J. and as. Will you find space in your Beard, Feb. 19th a girl. W. Sublett and family. WVmaBLM 3 Hi. pneumonia, but to continue with the 'with our druggist. paper for a few words. I wish to Eb White, of color sold 90 Discovery. I did so and two bottles AHVNOIXOia Miss Amanda Butler was visitsay to my friends and relatives, We have just received the sad completely cured me." Use only this acres of the Phil Hardrick place in Green and Adair Co,, that I news, announcing the death of ing Mrs. Sallie Kelleylast week. quick, safe, reliable medidine for coughs AV3JSI to a north Carolinan for $450. Miss Hartfield was visiting her am now located in a mile and Mrs. Susan Rippitoe, wife of colds, or any throat or lung trouble. '.Rev. Mace Rippitoe, of "Clinton, sister, Mrs. Grover Judd last Mr. Richard Wheeler, left for three quarters of- Mason City, Price 5oc and $1,00. Trial bottle free. 111., Feb. the 39fch. , Delavan Guaranteed byPaull Drug Co. it is a beautiful place, and like Okla. The deceased was born week." j J from a severe case of grippe. Have been greatly enhanced. More space h devoi1 The health of this vicinity is to the practical display of rnxneme Modu Melvin Warner and family are reasonably good with a few ex- -, stopping at the home of Mr. Joe ceptions. Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums They will leave in a Will state Kearns. again for the benefit A new handsome Store Room hus bn arranged i short time for Illinois. the showing of of distant relatives, that the. c Mr. W. J. Montgomery spent condition of Mve. Nancy L. ' Lace Curtains and' Draperies Saturday and Sunday with rela- Hughes, is not improving andj Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our tives at Cane Valley. her recovery is doubtful. Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our Mrs. G. G. Reynolds and Miss Mr. J. D. Hayes is building an big live store. Annie E. Montgomery were addition to his dwelling, which is Pellyton. guests of Mrs. J. C. Maupin, a going to add very much to the ros. & Wellendorff. few days ago. convenience and also appearance Incorporated Mr. Ed Murray, of Elkhorn, Mr. .Nat White has gone to the of his home. 522 and 524 West Market St, visited relatives here last week. river to work this year. He will Mr. M. D. Grider is improving Mr. Wm Beaty, who has been be greatly missed. He was ever his farm by putting up a long Louisville, Kentucky. ready to wait upon the sick, and string of slat and wire fence. quite sick, is improving. Mr. Ben Jones, bought two no better hand could be found. Mr. W. G. Burress and broth mules of William Edwards, ofj Mrs. Mollie Hudson has return- er, L. T. Burress. are working ed home after a several weeks a boundary of fine white oak timElkhorn, for $208. ! ber into staves for Mr. Manna Miss Daisy Morton, is visiting stay at Glenville. Born to Robert Floyd and wife Tutt. her cousin,Miss Maggie Rubarts, Feb. 7, a son. of Dunnville. Quite a good crowd attended Wholesale and Retail Mr. W. N. Bryant and Robert services at Concord last Sunday Mr. James Woodey, sold his farm, consisting of 100 acres, to Graves of Esto, called at this j and had the pleasure of listening place one day last week. to a fine sermon delivered by Mr. Moxley, for $550. All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds Mr. T. J. Bryant received two Bro. Tobias Huffaker. He will Quite a number of the boys of Columbia, Kentucky. preach again the 3rd Sunday in this place, will leave for Illinois, loads of dry goods last weeks &.. in a few days. Mrs. Mae Bottoms and child- March. Let us give him another SF- good crowd and he will be sure Mr. Edd Bradshaw, traveling ren, visited her parents at this to give us another good sermon salesman for the Cumberland place last week. Mr. Forest Bryant and sisters, ' Grocery Co., called to see our Quite a lot of people have passThe Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al Misses Matha, Nannie and Paulast weelf. ed this place recently for Illinois. merchants, line, also Mr. Nathan Bryant, at- Both One Year for 31.50. Mr. R. T. Jones, killed a large Mrs. Kent Bryant is suffering tended the Musical entertaineagle. The eagle made fight for with neuralgia. ment at Mrs. Nancy Bryants, him, Mr. Jones struck him with near Gentry's Mill last Saturday Knifley. wire pliers, which brought him HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID night and reported a good time. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES to the earth. Wool on Commission. Write tor price- - W.ftfri&jS: list mentioning this ad. past few days of fair Mrs. John A. Boeeding and -- he &FWWMm&i. Mrs. Howard Leach, were visit7m,rwn Kr 3 Cane Valley. Wf weather has started the farmers ing JOHN WHITE & CO. . Mrs. Nancy L. Hughes last to fencing and burning plant week. n , ! , lm Coverings of Aii Kinds j j j j j Sandusky & Co. LUMBER : j , j j AND HIDES ( j ! ' prep-eratio- ns i : j kM i i e. i ! j j i i i i J I ! - j i ... nty; -- .WV DBSZ t. Z j j n. non-sectari- an -- Ed-ringto- n, well-know- yS-LSGH- IVNOIXVNaXNI - ,'