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KTJX rCflX Rounds Dead. Jf etm rffol tS&i &!. J&D Doings in Casey Circuit' Court. . Christian gentleman, being a devout member of the Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Rounds with their children resided in Columbia for several years.and they were very much liked by the residents of the town. The deceased removed from Michigan to Kentucky a number of years ago, locating first at Burkesville. He also lived quite awhile Commonwealth Kentucky vs. Tom the subject of this notice died at bis Miller, seduction, of sentenced to 2 years late home, Russell Springs He was a in the penitentiary by jury. New trial victim of double pneumonia, and was granted by Judge Carter on technical sixty-od- d years old, a fine citizen and a grounds. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. Jess Thomas for murder, continued to 3rd Last Sunday morning, about 8 o'clock, vffi? NOTICE H WirtO day next term. Commonwealts of Kentucky, vs. Alva Ellis for malicious shooting contin ued. In the case of Commonwealth vs. Walter carson, official tianscript of stenographer Tim B. Cravens filed, and record ordered to be copied and sent to Court of Appeals. It will be remembered that Carson was convicted at the last term of the court for killing Ed Cochran, and given a life sentence in the penitentiary. The grand jury returned 31 indictments after being in session six days. Casey county is getting good. Court adjourned Tuesday afternoon, and Judge Carter left for home Wed nesday. Fred McLean. N. ' , . . m at Cumberland county, making friends at each of the locations. The remains were conveyed from Russell Springs to this place and the interment was in the city cemetery Monday afternoon, a large circle of friends attending the sad rites. The deceased leaves a wife and several children, all grown, Mrs Dan Clark, of Columbia, being one of the Marrowbone, n m s w w E have a full line of Men's Low Cuts and Shoes, the Latest Styles the Factory Affords. Also a full line of Men's and Boys Clothing. A nice line of Ladies Sample Shoes we are selling below wholesale cost. Also a complete line of Misses White Shoes. You will find our line of Trunks and Suitcases com plete. Our prices are as low as the lowest. All Cal ico 5c per yd. Call on us when in town, you are always welcome. . ' ;: t number. This entire town is in sympathy with the surviving members of the family. Approaching Wedding. The wedding of Miss Emma Foster, of Liberty, and Mr. Gilbert Thurman, of Louisville, will take place at Danville, Ky., April the 3rd. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Poster, while the groom is a son of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Thurman, of Breeding, this county. Both the bride and groom are highly respected young people of their community, and will be missed by their many friends. After the ceremony they will leave for Louisville where they will reside in the future. Conveyed to Lebanon, About four weeks ago Mr. A. K. Rupe, who is a prominent citizen of the Breeding coromuninty, was operated on by Dr. McChord, of Lebanon, for appendicitis. He has not been doing well, and last Thursday he was conveyed to McChord hospital, Lebanon. He was accompanied by his family pnysician. Dr H. B. Simpson, who thinks, that in all probability, another operation will to be performed. Mr. - Rupe's many friends of Adair county are very anxious to hear a favorable report from him. Patfesori & Penney. ?W Execution Will Watch the Fun. Mr. Jchn B. Russell, of this place, makes this statement for the benefit of those who thought an undesirable contract. Twenty years ago he had his life insured in an old line company for one thousand dollars, tontine plan. Last week he made a settlement and received $1,363.20. He paid in during the twenty years $1,1 12. The company offered to hold the policy until his death without further payment, giving himV2,ooo when hedeceased orl,363 20 now. He accepted the latter. Since writting the above he has concluded to he-ha- friend of Nell, was with us one day last week, and reports farmers progressing nicely with their work in his section. By Virture of execution No. 1899 Liberty, Ky., March 22, 1912. Uncle Charley Yates and his daughissued from the office of the Editor News: which ter Miss Ella, have been on the sick Clerk of Adair Circuit Court on the 19th Since by an act of the Legislature liskfor the past week, but at this time day of February 1912 for the sum of we have been placed in the Eighth we are glad to say they are improving. dollars Congressional District, I am sure that ($275.) two hundred seventy-fiv- e Nat Walker spent last Sunday, with with interest thereon at the rate of 6 we are now safely within the Demrelatives, at Nell. from the 28 day of ocratic fold, where they have been per cents Feb. 1907 until paid, and the f uther wanting to get us for several years I The few days of summer heat last sum of ($6.63) six dollars and sixty j past. Casey fared along just like lV week put a different appearance on three cents cost in favor of Jennie Adair, and our objections are about the vegetation down this way. I don't supFirkin against Ellen Simmons. I will same. However, we have no power to pose there was ever a time that warm on Monday this 1st, day of April 1912 at undo what has been accomplished by accept 2 000 at death. weather was moie appreciated by both body of our State, So t the Court House Door in Columbia, Ky., the man and beast. Our grass and wheat the same being the first day of a regu- we accede to the things we cannot help, has come out wonderfully If the warm SALT FOR SALE. lar term of the Adair County Court, at very gracefully, and invite the Hon. weatehr continues a few dat s longer, 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout offer for Harvey Helm, the Hon. George E. the bone yard will be a thing of the sale to the highest bidder upon a credit Stone or Col. J ack Uhinn to come on past in this section. I have an honest 7 bushel, barrel salt, of three months the life estate of Ellen and make the fight in their own way, The roller mill at this place, is doing which cost only 15 cents more than the Simmons in the following tract of land and us Republicans can stand back and bi bushel barrel which you buy else- a fine business. It is almost a daily to satisfy said execution, interest and and watch the show to a finish. Is'nt occurrence to see from three to five 33-Sam Lewis. cost, as the property of Ellen Simmons, it a strange thing how men have to where. wagons well loaded with flour for difwhich is bound on the North by the bow down in submission to the opposiferent parts of the county. Our mill lands of Calvin Coomer, on the West by tion sometimes, but it's true. I never man, Mr. Parsons, knows how to mako For Sale. Lawrence Rouseau, No. 2744, A. S. H. the lands of R. P. Breeding on the gloried in any thing more, since I can good flour. Notice. R., will make the present season at my East by the lands of Joseph Shive remember, that being permitted to be The Famous Parry Buggies. barn, on the farm known as the Jordon and on the South by the lands of R. P. a citizen of the banner Republican con Price Mrs. Millie Hill, our experienced milH. Pelley. Page farm, near Cane Valley and will Breeding, containing about 90 acres. gressional district of America, the Ilth ( reasonable J. 1 will sit each day from March the liner, returned from the city last week, serve mares for $ld, to insure a living 15th, 1912, until May 1st, 1912, at Bond with approved security and bear- district of Kentucky, but that glory is Columbia, Ky. where she bought a large and assorted colt, money due when colt is foaled or Spark'sville, Ky., to receive claims ing 6 per cent interest from date until far away in the dim mist now, and is no stock of goods, for this market. Mrs. mare parted with. This is the greatest against the estate of Thomas England, paid will be required of the purchaser. longer my own. yet I can still stand on Hill has been in the business so long it Gradyville. This March 9th 1912. horse sired by old Red Bird. For full assigned. a high place in the eighth and look over is useless to comment on her work. description and pedigree, see bills. A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. into the eleventh, with as much enthuC. C. Roe, Assignee of .Thomas EngMrs. Geo. H Nell and daughter, visitMrs. Moilie Diddle, of Columbia, W. C. Van Hoy. siasm as though I belonged there still. ed 20-land. 1 at Portland, a day or so of last spent a day or so at her old home,' lasf 21-We hope though that we have been The debate at the Lindsey-Wilsoweek. week. . Saturday night, Question, Resolved, thrust in good company, and as our A. Diddle, attended court at J. Will Kinnaird, a colored man, is now "That it would be better for the United new neighbors reside in the best por- Greensburg several days of Announcement. On Saturday the 16th. at the beautilast week. State, we will not raise furStates to prohibit immigration entirely, tion of the in the Edmonton jail, charged with furful home of Mr. and Mrs, Alferd ParMr. and Mrs. W. L. Winters, highly nishing Elam Huddleston, a white man-wit- h Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Smith, announces rather than deal with it in the present ther objections to the inevitable son of our city, gathered quite a numentertained a few of their friends, one McLean. Fred a saw with which to free himself the engagement of their daughter Miss way," was won by the negative, the ber of their friends and relatives in day last week. from the same prison. Fines amount- Lura-t- Dr. P. H. Conover, of Monti-cell- Columbian Society, represented by Dick anniversay of honor of the sixty-eigh- t The Sabbath school at Tnion will Mrs. Parson. We have had the pleaWelden and J W. Nelson. The affir- ing to one thousand dollars stand against N. A. Parlnier State Supt. of the Dr. Ky The weddinc will take nlace Huddlestonforselling liquor unlawfully. near the last of April at the home of jmative-Frog- ge Society, was represnt-th- e League, will address the reorganize the 1st Sunday in May. sure in the past several times of attended bv c- - B- - Diddle and Clarence people of Columbia the fifth Sunday in Lucien Bardin and Millard Corbin, ing such occasion, but never before did intended brides parents. strange The vocal quartette, Mr. March at the Christian church at 11 two of Sparksville best farmers and we attend an occasion like unto this. Notice. K And at the business men were here last week on The table was well loaded with every Coi. J. H. Brewer, of Louisville, was Catron, Mr. Hill; Misses Milliken and o'clocfc in the morning. r Crockett was highly enjoyed The Methodist church 7:30 p. m He will business. thing imagimable good to eat. The Those interested in raising fine colts here last week and organized a lodge of march by Miss Gary Rosenfield was have some good things to tell the people News has not space for us to numerate Mr J. H Smith, is progressing niceshould not fail to see the famous Duke the Woodmen of the World. The or-- skillfully rendered and every body ought to hear him. He ly with his new barn. When completed the different kind of good things that Epperson Ifine register- - I ganization is now at work. The meet- Adair V. M. will also speak at Glenville in the after will be one of the best in this section. was served on this occasion. The day ed saddle and harness stallion on the ing place is in the third story of Rus- Jacks For Sale. noon of thesameday. Friends there will Mr. G. T. Flowers, was on the sick will long be remembered by every one square in Columbia Monday April 1st, sell & Co. 's store. circulate the appointment, and have a list a few days of last week. present, and our sincere desire is that county court day, and also look at his I have three jacks for sale, one large audiance. Dr. Palmer is not a we all may live to attend many more Mr. J. R Wade, who met with a ten years old, 14 3 highj'one five years pedjgree in this weeks news. Rev. Stott, will fill the pulpit at the occasions stranger in this town and those who just like this prepaid esstroke of paralysis several weeks ago, old, 14J hands high-- ; one four years old, have heard him will want to hear him Baptist church in our city on Sunday pecially by Mrs. Parson and her daughchild of Mr. and Mrs. Rol-U- n is getting along as well as could be ex- An infant night before the 5th Sunday. 15 hands high. The two first have again. ter. Miss Bertie. Johnson, who live near Gadberry, i pected for a patent of his age, 77 years. proven to be grand breeders. Will sell Dr. S. A Taylor, of Montpelier. our died last Sunday morning. It was ab A. Mr. B. B. Janes, one sf our best citi a bargain. n. We will pay 18 cents for Eggs this old physician and neighbor, was in our The Modern Woodman will celebrate at out six months old and was a victim of ku S. A. Hatcher. Thursday looking as naturial zens and business men, was taken violmidst last Russell & Co. WeeR. croup. The entire neighborhood is in their second anniversary Friday evenIX ent sck while at work out on his farm Greensburg and v Columbia road, five as he did when he was one of us. I.V. ing. April 5th Covers will be laid for sympathy with the grieved parents. from the latter place. miles We are glad to note that S. H. Har- one day last week At this time he is one hundred, the banquet to be given considered some better. I desire to sell my residence and lot per, who has been in a critical condition Dr. Pasette Hamilton, who was a at the Columbia Hotel Many sufferers from rheumatism in Columbia and will take as part pay a for the past week, is considered better Mr. Watson Janes an old man of this n citizen of Metcalfe county, have been, surprised and delighted with good team of horses. at this time. community 'died on the 23rd, with' A great deal of our space is taken died last Saturday at Edmonton. The the prompt relief afforded by applying T. G. Rasner. Mr. W. R. Lyon, the wellknown dropsy. Jot one case funeral services were conducted by up by advertisers this week, but that Chamberlain's Liniment. .19-2- t is the business that furnishes us a liv- of Rheumatism in tn requires any ingroceryman of Campbellsville, was Rev. J. R. Crawford. Burial at Mr. W. M. Smith one of our best shaking hands with his many friends in ing. Ridge, Church. treatment whatever. This linternal citizens has been swk for the past . Golden Seal. our town last Wednesday. iment is for sale by Paull Drug Co. ; ', week orso. ' . Read the Buchanan Lyon Co.'s To any one interested in the graves Mr. and Mrs. Henry Squires, of Green 5? of friends or relatives, the Cemetery "ad" on the last page of this paper. If you have any Golden Seal, (YelNotice. Co , visited relatives here a day or so Association offers to care for any lot lc will be of interest. . low Root) for sale, or expect to collect Columbia is sadly in need of more en--' .. the wild roots during the season; write last week. $l Per year P,ease nana the money i . terprises in the way of factories. There i Mr. J. L. McLean is preparing to 'W-- to Mrs. J. O. Russel or .Mrs. Bettie W. Persms having claims against the me, as I want several hundred "thousand Mesdames J. R. Yates and Thomas are a great many men in town "who are another residence in Russell estate of P. fit Bridgewate'r.deceased for planting purposes. Address J. W. Moss, of Weed, will engage in the milj build Butler. r a of their out,of employment ' I -- ..1. : Heights; 'V are hereby notified to present, .them Sears, P-- O. Box 563, Somerset, Kyf linery business this season. They are time. They are willing to work, but it "- r ,'" 21-J 'Miss Kate B Squires and Mrs.-,5f properly proven to N, C. Bulter or Ruel ladies of good taste and we predict is not here foi them. The merchants Stock Peas of the administrators for settle-- : v ",-- W. Wilson, of Cane Valley, wish to an-- ! Bridgewater, that they will make a success. and grocery men want more business, they will have their mil-- 1 riety for sale. Cail on,, phone or write ment. good show at Parlor Circle to- Extra that but it takes work to make business,'"' - Mr. C. S. Bell, ourold neighbor an 21-- lt J. A English, Columbia, Ky. night. . :Wcy opening'Thursday March the 28. per-annu-m -law-makin- Mr. C. W. Taylor, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who has been here for the past week, is very favorably impressed Officers for the Woodmen of the with our people and later he may invest World Lodge, just organized at this in the county. Mr. Dane Charles Taylor, his son, is anxious to farm and his place, are as followers; father is disposed to give him an opporSilas Denny, Commander, tunity. The younger Taylor has quite T. B. Cravens, Clerk. a number of acquaintances in Columbia, A. A. Miller, Past Commander. having visited here last year. Mr. C C. E. Ilanner, Banker. W.Taylor's present plans are to send his Albia Eubank, Vice Lieutenant. family and his son's family down here C. D Crenshaw, Escort. about the last of May to remain Clint Smith, Watchman. several months. If they like then a Hugh Richardson, f ! Board of Manager. farm will be purchased. They are fine Geo. Coffey, ( Wyatt Smith, people and Adair county will be glad to have them. Mr. Wm. L. Farris, who lived in the Cane Valley country for quite a numThe Minstrel show given by about ber of years, but who now resides with sixteen young men of the Lindsey-Wilsoa daughter, Mrs. Durham, Campbells-Tillat the court-houslast Thursday celebrated his 91th birthday on night, was well attended and vey much March, 19. He is in perfect heath and enjoyed. There were many new and his mental faculties are unimpaired laughable jokes, the singing was good He is very fond of ' a smoke, and you and the dancing easy and graceful. most generally see him with a pipe m Every one who took part acquitted himhis mouth. He also enjoys a good cigar self well, and the audience was well When he lived in Adair he was regarded pleased with the evening's entertainas a most excellent citizen. ment. Woodmen Of The World. g n, e, e, ! 3t 4 2t n I o o, Anti-Saloo- n ; , of I well-know- Mos-bey- 's j 'T .' -- -- H. :" two-third- 5t whip-poor-wi- ll ee v i w v-- ,v V ---i - - - f is) THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS h Republican Call. Republican Committee held in the MaOffice, Monday ster Commissioners pursuant to a call of March, 4th, 1912, W. A. Coffey, Chairman. Present, C. C, nindman, Milltowrf, W. S Pickett, Keltneri L. C. Nell,. Gradyville, A. Q. Darnell, Harmony, G. E. Powell, Glen-villThos. Powell, White'Oak, Frank Burton, Little Cake, Oscar Sinclair, Pelly ton, (Proxy) G. W. Pike, Cane .Valley, J. E. Burton, Egypt. On motion it was ordered that the Chairman publish a call for the Republicans of Adair County to meet in at the Court House in Columbia, Ky., on Saturday April the 6th, at one o'clock, p m., for the purpose of selecting Delegates to attend the Congressional District Convention of the 11th Congressional District, to be held in Corbin, Ky., April 9th, at 4 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of electing two delegates, two alternates to represent aid District at the National convention, to be held in the city of Chicago, 111., on June, 18th, 1912, and one Elector to be voted for at the November election, 1912, and also to elect delegates to attend the State convention to be held in Louisville, Ky., on April, 10th, 1912, for the purpose of electing four delegates from the State at large, to attend the said National Convention to be held in Chicago, June, 18th, 1912, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for President of the United States to be voted for at the November election, 1912, and the said delegates are to represent Adair county on all questions that may arise before said District and State convention. On motion it was ordered that the Chairman call the Republicans of Adair county to meet in in their respective precinct in mass convention at the regular voting places in said precinct on Saturday May, 4th, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a Chairman for said precinct. The newly elected 'Committee' man will meet in Columbia, Ky., at the Court House on Monday the 6th, for the purpose of organizing and take, Mass-Convention At a meeting of the Adair County ter, MissEUa, spent Sunday at .place. Mr. Robert L. M. Lester's. Messrs. W. J. Bottom, Ose Bottom, J. W. Jones and their Fifth Sunday Program. & families left last Tuesday for Illinois, to make their future homes. Goode & Corbin bought a boun- Dickenson and! nephew, Clandie Dickenson, of! The fifth Sunday meeting of near Dunville, were visiting at the Russell's Creek Association the home of Mr. N. E. Weir a of Kentucky Bajptists is to be part of this week. held at the Mt. Gilead Baptist Farmers are doing very .little church in Green county, March toward a crop on account of the 30 and 31. The program was During Year 1912 dary of timber from Florence Hazzard, for $3 per m on the stump. The sad news has just reached n us of the sudden death of a gentleman, Mr. Stamp well-know- Wooldridge, of Sewellton. Mr. John Oldham has moved to Russell Springs. Mr. Sherman Woodson, who was drowned at Lock No. 21, while helping to open the gate for Str. Rowena, to pass through one night about two weeks ago, has not yet been found. Wilsons Store. continued winter Weather. arranged Tuesday and is as fol Mr. J. A. Webb, our merchant lows: is doing a very good business. TUESDAY MARCH 30. 10 a. m. Devotional, by EvanMr. Albron Roberson, who has been ill for quite a while is not gelist L. B. Arvin. 10:15 to 11 a. m. "What any better at this writing. Mrs. Mary Stackhouse, who should be the Attitude of Each has been ill for quite a while is Member of His Church," Rev. Wood Prescott, Rev. Frank Harthought to be a little better; Born, to the wife ef Ethel rison and Rev. D. H. Howerton. 11 to 12 a. m., "The Attitude Webb, March the 4th, a son. of Each Church to District MisMrs S. A. Dickenson, of near sions," Dr. Shively and Mr. H. Dunnville, is now with her S. Robinson. daughter Mrs. N. E. Weir. Adjournment for dinner. The afternoon session will be Pickett. gin with devotional exercises. Mr. 0. L. Ford, of Casey's Creek, visited at W. G. Pickett's this week. Russell Creek was higher last Friday than it has been for some p. m. Church Discipline," Rev. T. E. Ennis. 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. "Denomina-Retional Education," H. N. Phillips, Pro., W. G. Welborn IN 1S l N! and Prof. R. G. Graves. 7l. 1;30 v. We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List $1.50 One Dollar and Rifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly D. L. Wilson was at Neatsville ing the oath of office. M. J. Monday having tendered his in Casey resignation as committeeman Creek precinct, on motion said resignation was accepted, L. R. Chelf was elected to fill said vacancy. A new precinct having been created in Adair county known as South Columbia, and the committeeman in East Columbia being in South Columbia precinct on motion it is ordered that the place of committeeman in East Columbia be declared vacant. On motion W. B. Patteson is elected to serve as committeeman in South Columbia precinct. On motion Clem Burton was elected as committeeman in East Columbia precinct to fill vacancy in said precinct. W. A. Coffey, Chairman. G.F. Stults, Secretary. As instructed above I hereby call the Republicans of Adair county to meet and comply with the orders of the committee as above. W. A. Coffey, Chairman. Kendall. Miss Ruth Lester, after several days visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Lester, returned home Thursday. Mr. Arthur Lawless near this place, died the 13th, a victim of consumption. Messrs. L. .A. McClure and E. C. Lester made a business trip to Creelsboro one day lasc week. Mrs. Emma Heath, Misses Maggie Wooldridge, Dona and Ghoul Helm, Mrs. Ann Perkins, Messrs. Marcus Wooldridge and Joe Heath attended the funeral of Mrs. Allie Elmore, Sunday cold weather next fall, and if every afternoon. member will assist we will soon have Mr. Alvie McFarland, of Den- our new Church under course of construction. If any one desires to pay mark, spent a few days in our full subscription it will be gladly accepted and the note canceled and remidst last week. turned. Mr. Leon Lester bought asm ill Respectfully The Building Committee. track of land, of John Oldham By C. S. Harris, Treasurer. and is in the tree sugar business. Webbs X Roads. Miss Stella Stephenson, is in the city this week, purchasing a Mrs. J. A. Webb, is suffering line of millinery and invites her friends to call and see her at a great deal with rheumatism at this writing. Rowna. Mr. Bruce Phelps and Miss Mr. J. M. Heath, pilot on Str., Albany, was at home one day Bonnie Foley, were the pleasant guest3 of Miss Nannie Weir last last week. . The roads are almost impassable in this section. Mr. John Durham, was in this day. section buying hogs. He bought Mr. W. 0. Bryant's condition from Messrs. G. W. Dudley, W. C. Rodgers, W. G. Pickett and remains about the same. There will be an all day sing-irf- g A. Y. Rodgers. Price 5i and 5i at Oak Grove church, the cents. first Sunday in April, conducted Proff . Acree closed his singby Prof. Hill and other's. Every ing school at Pickett Chapel last body invited to come and bring Sunday night your books, Miss Dennie Grimsley will leave Created No Sensation. next Monday for Berea, Ky., where she will enter school. Teddy, the Lion Killer, must Mr. Tim Bailey and sister Lou be a most disappointed man. Ann left for 111., last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McKinley After swearing he would never spent Saturday and Sunday at be a candidate for President the home of Mr. Dock Brockman again under any circumstances, he claims to have heard the near Russell Springs. voice of the people, Attention. which is said to be the voice of God. to offer himself as a sacriThe building Committee for the Bap- fice to rule over them again. He tist church will push their part of the work as rapidly as possible. Just as douhtless expected that the ansoon as fifty percent of the subscrip- nouncement would create such a tions have been received active preparations will be instituted for build sensation as would put a nine ing. The call for the second payment days wonder to blush. Instead of 25 per cent has been made and we it fell as flat as a flounder. Notrust every subscriber to the fund will be prompt in its payment. Many have body is surprised at anything the not paid the first call, so in that event Colonel would do, and it seems will be expected to pay both when called on Miss Alice Walker and Mrs. G. R. that nobody cares except a few Reed will assist the committee in col- office holders whom he appointlecting and -- we trust every one on ed, and who got the ax where whom they call will promptly respond We have no time to lose in this mat the chicken did under Talt ter if the building is completed before The times has $15 in its inside pocket, don't you know, which says that Roosevelt will not be nominated for the Presidency, and if perchance he should be, he will be the worst beaten man who ever offered for the highest office in the gift of the people who have an antipathy for third terms and a settled conviction that Mr. Roosevelt is too dangerous a man to be entrusted with power again. The Democrats are going to elect a President in this good year of .our Lord and the. Colonel as well as Mr. Taft had as well unday. cease from troubling. Somerset Mrs. C. H. Crayens and Miss Times. Nannie Weir, were visiting the latters sister at Russell Springs You can say goodbye to constipation one day last week. conscience you j last Monday, on business. Mr. Rue Hurt, of Rock Island, 111., spent Saturday night at Mr. F. P. Bryant. Mr. Rufus Conover and Miss Belle Atchley left here Wednesday morning, for Jeffersonville, Ind., where they expect to get married. They will go from there to Champaign, 111., where they will reside. They have the best wishes of their many friends. Miss Jewel Collins visited her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bryant last Saturday and Sun- time SUNDAY, MARCH 31. 10 a. m., "Devotional," led by Judge, the little son of G. M. Rodgers, was on the sick list last Rev. W. S. Dudgeon. 10:15 to 11:15, "Systematic week. Mr. Ed Whitlock, of Bliss was Giving," R. R. F. Jaudon. 11:15 "Home Missions," Rev. here last Sunday. Mr. Zach Bardin passed through last week en route for Frye. D. H. Howerton. Humble. Courier Journal One Year Louisville Times and News IN. TIN Vl i Wheat crops are looking very well, considering the bad winter. Mr. T. D. Flanagan is doing good business at Humble. Messrs. S. W, Wilson and T. D. Flanagan made a business trip to McKinney Station, last week. Messrs. Ben Wilson and T. D. Flanagan are putting up a gasoline mill at Humble. Ky. Mr. Siegel Coffey, of Ono, visited Mr. and Mr. Ben Wilson, last week. Miss Amanda ' .Wheat visited the home of Miss Iza and Lency Wilson, last Saturday night. IN NJ IN 7K $4.50. aei M M 7K. ',N Tin P verything In The Drug Line L. At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Per Box 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- 00 Laxative Bromo Quinine , " " LaxativejTablets Misses Nannie Webb and Isa Singley Wilson attended services at Jer-ic- Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets last Sunday. o, Mrs. T. D. young folks was enjoyed nice dinner Flanagan gave the A. D. S. " ' " a quilting, which " Rexal by all. We had a Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil and a party that Scotts Emulsion " Nyals Cod Liver Oil " " Wine " Rexal Emulsion A. D. S. Nyals " ' " " I Bottle - night. Mr. A. T. Wilson has just returned home from Hodgenville, Ky. ' ."- - 100 89c 50c Repels Attack Of Death. 83c 83c "Five years ago two doctors told me I had only two years to live." This Vinol startling statement was made by StilJ-ma- n Write us Green, Malachite, Col. "They told me I would die with consumption. G1TY It was up to me to try the best lung medicine and I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It was well I did, for today I am working and believe I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure that has cheated the grave of anU. G. HARDWtCS, other victim Its folly to suffer with coughs, colds or other throat and lun troubles now. Take the cure that's safest. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co. 1.00 for Quotations Sixth & HALL PHARMACY, Jefferson LOUISVILLE, KY Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W.LPyne Mills Supply Co. -- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 188- 9- The Kimona sleeve in its mol-ifi- ed form has not yet been pushed entirely aside by the long sleeve, which is all the rage at present. It is customary to make the armhole part accentuate the droop of the shoulders by setting the seam low doVn. Thus the kimona line remains. Exchange. Little or no false hair is now the fashion. Pompadours are entirely passe, and parts in the middle or on the side reign su- preme. Ears are covered with soft wavy strands of hair, and the psyche knot is the favorite. PILiLiWt?IGHTS 1301 DEALERS IN f mRCHHSllSTS ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. c j MOKE STACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfflRTeeNTO-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE A message from Mrs. Bessie Ballou was receiyed from Lebanon, stating she Had undergone an operation?- - Her many friends here'hopS she will so)n be able to return, home. : -- , Albert Wilkerson, has Mrs., Marys iLester ;andvdaugh- moved to Mr. B, H, Cravens ,, Mr. use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been permanently cured by theirjj use. For sale by Pjttill Drug Co. with a clear if JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- - p- i f ., . SL f'A rw'V&ni i.j.TVw. ' "t ""- - , --.- . . 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Dirigo. Our Boys. X-- Messrs. Alvin, Ollie and John Talmage once said, "between Bennett, of Indiana, have been the ages of six and sixteen years visiting relatives here for the the masculine nature is a mixture past few days. Breed to the best Stock in Kentucky for the Least Money of mischief and sensitiveness, Herschel Campbell has been spunk, fun, pugnacity, cruelty delivering books for the past few kindness which the chemistry days. , ,l Twenty more Zapatistas were t of the world has failed to any- Kud Bennett, b airolav. v sited -. iize.". JNobody wants mm, nor,,iillJ UitjUWi. Mllo ti w Mr;-a- WVi wU in I Alti v tho other day T WWW f i.MA.sfl.t J understands him, and the little of this place, last Sunday. They may become extinct before fellow doesn't seem to fit. any Miss Willie Harvey, Breeding, we find out what they are. where comfortably. We see by the papers that a was here one day last'week. Don't snub the boy, you are fortune in diamonds was found dealing with soul stuff. The A nice calf, the property of . J r J in a Philadelphia a3h barrel. 9w world will punish him severely riullUBe otULLJ" uieu How'd you like to be ashman? enough, heaven knows, and hej Lee Sparks is erecting anew Many of the British submadwelling near here. will have need of all the self-reNotwithstanding the rain, rines in class A have met disasspect an confidence in his own improve the manhood'that you can train into several traders of Glensfork and ter. They'should model or get a new classificahim. Point out to him the path elsewhere were on jockey street tion. of rectitude on homes, and shew in our town last Thursday.' v. The Persian government wants him that he cannot afford to do a Mose Wooten has opened up a mean of cruel action. sugar camp near here. Mose to pay the former Shah $100,000 Don't whip the boy many an says that sugar made in the a year to stay out of the country, Ishmael dates his expulsion from spring is better than that made Ample pay for light work. the confidence and esteem of his when the season first opens up. ' kind from the hasty flogging Should Women Vote. Glorious News, which, administered in anger, drove him out into the world, j Comes from Dr- - J- - T- - Curtiss, Dwight, Kan. He writes: "I not only "In the beginning God said, crushed by a sense of wrong and have cured bad cases of eczema in my have dominion male humiliation which he never in- - patients with Electric Bitters, but also 'Let them and'female created He them and by thm tended to deserve. Hold them cured mTyf f sure they of."ieh8ainfef dis' any blessed them have dominion over ease. Up by your own righteous acts case of ecezrria." This shows what every living thing,' a proof that and deeds. Don't drive them, thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is a most effective blood purifier, God intended man and woman to but lead them. YOU can not Its an exceiient remedy for eczema, tet-equally rule the world." WomStart the boy one way and you go ter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and run- Ifc an believes mind and not mascustimula.te.s ' sore?' another. He'll follow in your " bowels, expels poisin, helpski,dneys and linity should reign. Mind is sexThey wont be- boys tion, buiids up the strength. Price 50 pertaining to realways too SOOn they grow into ' cts- - Satisfaction guaranteed by .Paull less, in matters This Celebrated young Stallion will make the present season (1912) at our barn at Roley, Ky., for the sum of Drug Co. ligion and the laws of God, and great strapping fellows, and the $12.00 for a mare colt, or $1 0.00 for a horse colt. Rex Paull is registered 2928 in the American Saddle Horse Breeding mind should be sexless in con- Association. All Sorts. voice of the world will woo them science and civil government. DESRIPTION: Rex Paull is 6 hinds high, a dark bay, with fine mane and tail. He is 5 years old and weighs away from the harbor of home. Woman is a parent of the people! 195 pounds. God recognizes the valuable and Did you ever see a driver arRex Paull has defeated more Stallions in the Fairs, as a show horse, than any other horse in this part of the State. honorable ancestry and visits the rested for cruelty to his motor This is a democratic govern His colts won the blues over the colts of four counties. His colts eleven months old, 700 pounds, and is 4i hands ment and founded on the belief children with favors because of truck? that the people should rule. The high. We insure all colts to get up and suck. Lean retained the faithfulness of the fathers. Being resuscitated by the on all colls. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not refranchise has only been with- sponsible should any occur. the covenant with raotor js more p0pUiar than and Jacob, plead-- . pendicitis and not nearly so fatal. held from woman with the result ' ing with God for the children of An Indiana girl has broken the of democracy that has not stood for the whole people, and our naAt the same time and place we will offer the service of Royal Peacock, who is a combined saddle and harness horse, Isreal in bondage. Our dear boys record in the high-rin- g jump. are in bondage, let us live to free But she couldn't do it in a hob tion has suffered loss, as'have nine years old, a model in form and action. He is the sire of some of the best colts in Adair county. He will be permitmothers, wives, children and our ted to serve mares for $7.00 This is a rare opportunity to breed to this horse, as you will probably never have another them. At a party of young folks ble skirt. chance to breed for this small fee. He was sired by Old Peacock, owned by Thompson Bros., Lebanon, Tenn. His first homes one evening all were seated, joyEither none of fortune's fools Do we not see to deprive the dam was Capt. Harper's blooded mare, by Young Clipper He will stand on the insure plan, the money due when the ously engaged in the game of colt is foaled or mare parted with, or traded or sold. ride in airships or else fortune mother of a voice in the governQuestions and Answers. One, leaves them when the ship begins ment of I BE A.TJCO-- I her child, and Has not girl at the side of the rcomj to fly. Will make the present season, (1912) at our stable at Roley at $8.00 to insure a living colt all right. woman suffered under the man-maglancing over a paper just hand- leads to corBEAUCHAMP is 8 years old, 15 J hands high, black with mealy points, heavy bone and muscle. Beauchamp laws that do not give her ed her, noticed her lover had ' Automobiling ,, i jf .!,; : an .4.w,- equal guardianship, or equal in- has proven himself to be one of the best mule Jacks in this part of the State, imparting size and style to his'gets. His mules ffcnfuoWoMfV.nfV.m.rriVl puusuiw. xiunaia away, from heritance of and from her child ? were among the best in the county last year, and brought top prices. When came her turn the ques- - to frighten the ladies v :n i. u:i :t w'" r..:i " a ""c J ""' """ "u "' w wc" u'e Jennei oy jonn mcranana s xo Woman has no direct political mA , , """"""""' tion was asked, what is the sad- , hand Jack. fluence, and as a result must al nest thing in' the world? Lay- - urpose' Money due when colt is foaled, mare bred to other stock, traded or removed from neighborhood, All care taken mis-e- d so suffer taxation without repreto prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. ing the paper aside she answer-- The correspondent made a ;take when he wrote that the sentation, discrimination in favor piteously '"to love a man."" I This fine Jack will make the present season at the same place, at $6.00 for a mare colt or $5.00 for a JP A shabby little boy in overalls ' Yaqui Indians are in revolt again, of man, unjust divorce laws, a horse colt. Jeff is a coal black with white points, and heavy bone and muscle, This Jack has proven himself to be one of crouched down in the corner of Fe means that they are in revolt higher rate on life insurance, the finest breeders in the country. Stock men will do well to see ihls line of stock before breeding. longer hours, less per day foH the room, (like one of our little yet. services, a higher tariff on boys,) not engaged in the game, d like Eve was not a beautiful Stock will have our personall attention, We will pasture a limited number of mares at $2. per month, or a reasonr able price for grain. himself up and said; no, an, so the historians &ay, but we her clothes, etc., etc., and is told the saddest thing in the world is have reasons to believe that she extolled and exhorted to believe to be a boy," Put your arms j he most beautiful woman of her in chivalry and a continuation of Casey Creek, Ky. around the shabby -- little felloWjday" of the folly that she has endured make him feel that he is useful gaiMfogS will hardly become for six thousand years, and needed. All of our men popuiar wjth many of the leisure Mrs. Henry Buftger, "And how old are youj" the has done some things that it Good Men Both. West boys, were once ought not to have done; it has teacher asked next. class if they are oruy to be seen Point, Ky. : Now that the General Assem- - lef t un(jone some 0f the things it Whitier saidt 'Blessings on the at about sunrise for what is the "I do not know how old I bly of 1912 has adjourned sine die ought to have done: it has not at .be'ne," said the lad. little man." use 0f staying up so late? Reversible iiats Latest. and the record made by Edward all times been deaf to the appeal "Well, when were you born?" Barefoot boy with cheeks of Old fetter in New Jersey claims 'J. McDermott and Claude B. Ter- - of the spoilsman; it has at times continued the teacher. tan, with thy turned pantaloons! that plenty of conversation is an rell as the presiding officers of mistaken partisanship for pat"I not born at all; I got a If that Were Reversible hats have come to the Senate and the House is comand thv merrv whistled- tunes, aid to longevity. riotism: but. judging its work as average insurance keep company with reversible from, my heart I give thee, joy ; the case the plete, it must be said in all fair- a whole making allowance for They are the newtst coats. agent would live to be 1.000. ness, and can be said with all the briefness of the session the I was once a barefoot boy," Roosevelt headquarters-- , have in the millinery shops a dayjnovelty Although U.500 letters truth, that both have proved full mass of bills to be considered been opened up at Frankfort, God help us as parents to do our and are so arranged that each worthy of the trust committed. with former Appllate Judge Ed. are sent to the dead letter office, whole duty. hat may be worn in fifie weather. Elected after a fight of much and the influence always at work C. O'Rear at the head Former no one has missed any bills mailto prevent good legislation, the Congressman Don. C.. Edwards, Teach the boy to be loyal, In other words, one side is suit- bitterness, Mr. Terrell, by his ' ed to him. General Assembly of 1912 will is Treasurer, and Thomas Walkable only for fine weather and friendly, trustworthy, kmd.help- committee appointments and by easily take rank as the best in er, of Lexington, Secretary.-TheMight have expected it. A the other side can withstand the his rulings, has rightly comcheer-ijcag- o fill, courteous, obedient, jce magnate says that claim they will carry seven history. To Mr! Mc rain and snow, The hats are manded the respect and won the the State's ful, thrifty, brave, clean and' too much cold is as bad for the Dermott and to Mr. Terrell is of the eleven districts in thisi adapted specially for traveling, good-wi- ll ' of the House member- due no small share of the praise. State. a ice crop as too little. 'reverent. walking in the country or even ship. Not only as a presiding Louisville Time. A deer hunter in Maine has While it seems pretty wefl" esMay 'our boys take out into 'the for riding or driving. They are officers, but as a potent factor in shooting a indicted for tablished that the South Pole, world the remembrance 'df :a love been Motherless. made of straw, neatly lined the enactment-o- f good laws, has guide. What has become of our has been discovered 'conflicting; throughout. The straw is exthat never failed them. Let much vaunted liberty. Mr. McDermott justified the conA small Norwegian lad presen- reports seem to leave the questremely pliable.and bears turning, them carry with them into its of tbe press and the ted him before a Minnesota tion open as to whether Hapt-ScoThe honk of the automobile folding and twisting to an unusal fidence tt, fret and strife the "remembrance an Englishman, or Capt.. flag. Alaska, Porto extent. The trimming consists people of the State in his in- - school teacher, who first asked follows the of a happy chilflhoori. fjind abihtv. Roald Amundsen, a Norweigian,. im his na Rico-anHawaii invested of a large buckle and a rosette. I. Smith. Mrs.vT. bly of 19 replied. is discoverer. in automobiles last year. New York Press. vCfcne Valley, Ky. , The physicians recommend cheerfulness at meals. There is no tariff on that article, and it should be freely indulged in. A phrenologist advises the liberal use ot the mirror for study of one's own ailments.. This should boom the safety Notice Stock Men. stringf ! r 11A.L 0 W fif j j ' Li 1 a . Am I - I -! j ; i j J I i diges-footstep- s. - REX PAULL 1 v. 1 j - j ' 1 I pul-Remem- . ROYAL PEACOC'E i AMP j de - au-cmp- i. i """". :- - ' J ti r ! .i , worn-raise- WOLFORD BROS. I , J j j j - i y $1,-800,0- 00 , 3 -- . '.t. -- THE ADAIE C0UMT.NEU TtiE ADAIR1 GOUHTY -- HEWS A- - f Published Every Wednesday BY THE Russell & Co. fi h Adair County News Company, ( incorporated.) What's the best Turning Plow? u MJi. CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest of tbe City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mail matter. Post-office M h&n, 7 as II sec-a- d "THE VULCAN" What's the Best, Heaviest and Chea pest Fence WED. MACEH.. 27. 1912, Hon. Harvey Helm, Congress- m 1 i IfifA & -- X man from the Eighth district, was here last Friday, in company with Mr. Shelton M. Saufley, editor of the Stahford Interior-Journa- l. m The occasion of Mr. Jln? sMb i J aiajtiazoQioptuu. Helm's visit was to become ac1U j'r ' IT Coquainted with the people of lumbia and Adair county, as he are showing all Styles to We is a candidate for Prices in Madam Congress, Adair having been and and American Beau placed in the Eighth district, by Grace ty Corsets. Come and let action of the Legislature which us give you a correct and closed its session two weeks ago. comfortable fit. Mr. Helm is a gentleman of pleasing address and he made a very favorable impression here. He Ladles is an untiring worker and has made an enviable reputation as a You must see our Stockd representative in the national Ladies and Misses House.. Mr. Saufley has quite a of number of relatives in Columbia Shoes and Oxfords, White and experienced much pleasure Bucks and Canvas, Tans, in meeting them and forming Black and Brown Velvets, the acquaintance of a number of in Button Shoes, Pumps Silk Hosiery our citizens. Friends took plea- and Ties. sure in introducing Mr. Helm, 25c to $1.00. Lisle and and we take it that himself and Gauze Hosiery in all the Mr. Saufley were delighted with; popular shades. ' their visit. - "The American" rxMi 0! W 1,1 Ml What's the Best Stock and Poultry Tonic? Drs. Hess Clark's Remedies. i I H m m re-electi- on Call on THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE for all the above articles,' together with Field Seeds, Fertilizers, Wagons, Buggies, Farm Implements, Saddles, Har ness and a General Line of Hardware at the LOWEST PRICES. m m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm New Moddels in American Corsets sow by I Si Footwear Lady i nriiCT i i GROVE - STOCK - FARM ! V. L. WALKER. HKr 'in dri j I 4;"i i A coi. j. p. chmn. of Harrods-- 1 Dress Goods and burg, says he will soon announce for the Democratic nomination Furnishings for Congress and that he will make a thorough canvass of the In this Department our Stock Eighth district. Won't some of cannot be surpassed, all the Sea- ,. gooa inenas go 10,i me ciever- 'sons Novelties are here. You j nis don't have to go to the city to get gentleman and insist that he e yQur Spring out.fit. We will himself the time, trouble, nish you just as g00d style goods and expense of making the race? land save you money besides. "The Tall Sycamore of the St. Asaph" is as sure to be nominat-- J Embroideries & Laces ed and elected as anything can be and Col. Chinn is too good a! man to be permitted to meet the We have a beautiful assortment Embroideries, ignominious defeat that awaits, of Flouncings, him, should he persist in going Laces, Embroideried Shirt Waist against Hon, Harvey Helm, who Patterns, all kinds of Flosses arid Embroidery Material is coming to the front with more "rapidity than any other young member of Congress. Wait until Cut Prices Colonel, and probably next time, We are still making cut prices you won't have to go against Bleach and Brown such a hard proposition. Somer- on all Calicos, Ging- i n'Aivr' a s ta- i lk. n ik.-- "T WIV j,i e; & i S I i A'"- - " rSB3vSa ftcKsaHS ov j r. .a llilf f8f .- -.- .-- -- i' $w : li Villi M :,lj j Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at my Barn. RAVEN BIRD Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown J 955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he byKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old RAVKN 1URD far-sav- Nat Brown 81. j ! j set Times. Cottons, Shirtings, Percales, hams, Wide Sheetings, &c. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 6 years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them ail in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as many show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. . The Danyille Advocate, published at the home of Hon. Jennings Price, says that if Judge John W. Hughes, ot Mercer, will run for Congress, he will get Boyle county's vote. The Judge is a mightv fine fellow, but he might as well stay out. All Hades itself couldn't keep Harvey Helm out of Congress again Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R, Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Our entire Spring Stock is ready Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. for vour insnection. Mens and 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist Shoes in all the Boys Low Cut is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 15 hands high. You Neckwear, Lasts. Fashionable will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions Laundriedand Soft Shirts, Silk, in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good Lisle and Cotton Hosiery, Under- as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har everything worn by Man wear and ness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high or Boy. class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place Senator LaFollette, progressive son, are in the Louisville market this him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horsafter the great work he's been week. Republican candidate for the doing for the people of the counes, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to inMrs. Belle Presidency, runaway with Col. George Dehert, Dehait, wife of Rev. sure a living colt. try this term. Just put that in died last week. Mrs. Roosevelt in the North Dakota Dehart has been a sufferer for some pipe and smoke it, brethren your Marion ' Primary for deleeates- - His ma' time and her death was not a surprise. of the Advocate. Stanford Marion is a blackjack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands Sympathy to the surviving family. We have the largest in the State Sported as stock of Strictly Tailor much as twenty thousand over Mrs. John Voils, who has been con- high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. the Made Clothing mmcimnrn the CdoneI MrTaft secured but fined to her bed for several months is He has lots of substance, in fact he has all ofverydesirable features first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself sure and a most of a improving some. Hon. W. J. Bryan was fifty in this part of Kentucky. few votes. breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt: excellent George Smith Jr , visited his sister two years old last Tuesday. The The line embraces the best j Mrs. J. W. Trimble one night last week. Kusseinprings. The above described st6ckwill donservice at my barn in Colum-- , .occasion was duly celebrated at Qualities of Serges, Cassi-- 1 bia. Lincoln, tfeb., many prominent meres' and Wosteds, made!' Mrs Ida Payne is still confined to her Mr. R. G. Woods is here for a few days superintending some work on'his I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a Democrats of the nation being tO fit yOU. Don't miSS room. .property. Mares pastured at $2. month, or fed at, $8.00. .In present. Hon Ollie M. James, Seeing' thlS StOCk before Born toithe wife of Charlie Winfrey, is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to, Miss Maudie, Smith, Fonthill, is visit- all . abdyonthe 18th. .J of Kentucky, was an invited 'he made a speech his buying your Spring Suit. j Mr Willie Eads and Miss Mary Pearl ing her cousin, Miss Geneva, Stephens other stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. guest and at this place. All stock will receiye my personal attention, and due care will be subject being ''Triumph of De- ,. Richard, were married on last Thurs Bom, to the wife of John Olden a taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible day. mocracy." In his address Mr. sonr on the 18th. M& Roy Rounds has been at the bed should any occur. Bryan said that ,Mr. James would Mrs. J. H. Womach is visiting her side of his sick father for severaidays suit him as a Presidential Columbia, Kentucky. brother at Webbs X Roads this week. A. S. CHEWNING, Mr. J. H. Wo Mens Furnishings j ! Clothing '" ' dis-tanc- ev 00-pe- r - . -- cases-mone- y 1 . ! Russell 4 Ca . i&si ,i?--- r ? .- - 9 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS --- r, i . v vwlifcrv son ancLGov. Harmon have both attracted the attention of the entire country by victories in their respective commonwealths and their efforts to bring their people BREED THE BEST the greatest good to the largest number are commendable. In iv theory the one differs from the HP other on some proposition, not Hh2a fundamentable and not yet fully accepted by Democrats throughout the country. Underwood 45 and Clark are fighting the battle along undisputed Democratic lines in a most effective manner. Their removal from The Old Kentucky Home should cut no No other aid to the housewife figure. Their present geograghi-ca- l is so great, no other 'agent so position should not figure to useful and certain in making their disadvantage. One in the delicious, wholesome foods middle West, one in the sunny South,' but both giants in the arena of political life. The peo ple want a President who will be made from true to them and just to legitimate business in every part of the country. Geograpical lines will not direct the ballot nor fail This is a true photo of the Duke, taken one year ago. This fine registered Sad No Lime No Alum to make the right Democrat die and Harness Stallion will make the season of 1912 at my barn, 1 mile north 'President. On another page is of Montpelier on Russell Creek, at the low sum of $10.00 to insure a living colt. an editorial from The Elizabeth-tow- n Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or sold. News, which sets forth a All Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. different view, but with Underant afar EDITORIAL wood at the head of our national Duke has no equal as a breeder. PERSONAL ticket our esteemed contemporc, DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE: Ddke is 6 years old 16A hands high, dark brown or black, has fine style Why should Kentucky Demary would find his theory obliter- and action, and is truly a model horse. Duke was sired by old Red Bird 950, he by Cabell's Joe Brown, 1955, by ocrats overlook, or underestiMiss Sarah Mullinix, is on the sick ated next November. Cabell's Lexington 3234, he by Grits Black Hawk. Red Bird's 1st, dam Liza Griffin, she by Bailey's Dexter, he by mate, two of her distinguished list but is improving. Cabell's Lexington. Duke 1st dam Maud Bailey 7862, she by Hubbies on Time, 745 he by Stonewall Jackson 72. 2nd ' A Sad Death. Mr. Fred McLean, returned from sons, when either of them would dam Black Kate, she by Red Squirrel 53, he by Black Squirrel 58. Liberty Sunday morning. not only make an executive who The death angel visited the Miss Mollie Jeffries was quite sick would measure up to the highest r nearly the whole of last week. required by the people home of Mr. Milt Brockman, in! standard Miss Sue Baker, of this offlice, was and the exigencies of the strain- Sanantonio, Texas, on March 5th, I quite sick the first of the week. 1912, at 9:30 p. m. and took his ' Saturday ed business conditions of the Judge H. C. Baker returned This noted mule Jack will make the season of 1912, at the same place at $5.00 to insure a living country, but would bring enthu- beloved wife, Mrs. Sarah Brock-ma- n from the Cumberland circuit court. (nee Miss Sarah Arnold) colt. Echo has heavy bone and body and good head and.ears, and is a fine breeder. AIL care will be Dr. W. R. Grissom was confined to siasm to every part of our great his room several days of last week. nation? Hon. Champ Clark is no She was born Feb. 29th, 1853. taken to prevent accident, but not responsible should any occur. Mr. John N. Murrell's, condition re- rain-boIn Adair Co., Ky. chaser, no light-weigV. M. mains about the same as was reported She joined the Christia.n church in the field of activities. H last week. at Mt. Pleasant and lived a con-- I Miss Virginia Tupman was in Louis- is not theoretical, but practicable, ville last week, selecting her stock of pointed and effective in his ef- sisr.nnt-- mpmhpr nnHl Vipr rJpnlV. millinery for the Dunnville market. forts to advance the interests of She leaves a devoted husband Mis3 Annie Dixon, arrived in Columthe entire people. Not a pluto and one son, Mr. Joe Brockman, ' A. bia Friday afternoon to visit her aunts " crat, but a Democrat in the of Texas, also two brothers, Mr. J and other relatives for a few weeks. sense a man well John Arnold, of Knifley Ky. , Mr. i Mr. Rollln Hurt, of the Columbia broadest I J! U bar, spent last week at Burkesville.the schooled in the field of construc- netK Arnold, or Anna m rexas, Cumberland circuit court being in sestive statesmanship, with exec- three sisters, Mrs. Mary Cravens, sion. For Fifty Years The World's Standard of Oklahoma, Mrs. Ben Thomas, Mr. R. G. Woods, cashier of a bank utive ability the equal of any in Paint Lick, Garrard county, was here other American. He stands for of Absher Ky., and Mrs. Lizzie Tuesday enroute to Russell Springs, the reforms the people demand Hurt, of Ozark JCy., who have where hrt formerly lived 't and the country most needs, and our deepest sympathy in this Miss Winnie Dohoney has accepted a (their trying hour of their be position in a millinery establishment at his record is spotless in all his Sonora, Ky.. and will leave Louisville, public career. If he should be reavement. the 21st, for her engagement. given the nomination, he would She was reared in a large Kev. J. R Crawford left tor Marrow Un- - family and learned the many bone Monday morning, to officiate at win. Then Hon. Oscar W. the funeral of Mr. v. J. Nunn, who derwood is the strongest leader traits that go to make up a noble was a prominent citizen of that local-- 1 Her friends were & Democratic congress ever character. ity. had a man of tremendous pow- - numbered by her acquaintances. Jiromie Herriford, a little son of Mr. It was a Fortunate day for the Farmers when James Oliver perfected his proand Mrs Charles Herriford, is a victim ers, aggressive, progressive on Though the ways of God seem so cess of Chilling and gave to the world the benefit of his discovery. of appendicitis, and win be taken to tne true Democratic principles and mysterious and at times we can as we are EUzabetn Hospital, L.eDanon, Every Chilled Plow invented during the last fifty years was patterned in some policies. His leadership agams hardly bear our troubles, but informed way after the Oliver. we will ask the aged husband Mr. W. J. Payne, wife and children, class legislation and favoritism, The Oliver is the lightest draft plow on the market; does perfect work and Washington, visited the in giving equal opportunity to and her only child and the brok- of Ellisburg, the repairs cost less than for any other plow. family of Judge J. J. Simpsom last all, has no superior in the annals en hearted brothers and sisters week, Mr. Payne is a brother of Prof. We carry in stock all sizes from the One Horse Plow to the No. 11 Sulky, of American history. His deter- and other relative, to put their J C. R. Payne. and our stock of repairs is the largest in the county; Mrs. Lou W. Atkins and daughter, mination to accomplish the re- trust in God who doeth all things Ol Miss Mabel, who spent the ' winter in forms in the tariff that will give well. Interment was in! MisFlordia, returned home Monday night. of the sion Burial Park, Sanantonia, Mrs. Atkins will engage in the millin- relief to the great mass ery business; people and knock from trusts Texas, March , 6th, 1912, at 4:30 Mrs. Addie IT Simpson, wife of Dr their strongest bulwark, is known p. m. H. B. Simpson, Breeding, spent several A. Sister. to all who read. No man can days of last week with her cousin, Mrs. John Lee Walker. She was accompan- doubt his executive powers, no ied by her husband. Wilsons Store. making enormous crops aroumf one can discredit his Democracy. Milltown Ga. her sister, Mrs.Morgan Womack, Monday Eld. Zv T. Williams left last the fire, they always do that In, True, he has not left the old who resides in Missouri, was ly- for Cincinnati, to attend the Missionary Editors News: g order to save laoor, Mr. ,D. L. Wilson, our ing very low and not expected to I am located in the Exposition. From there he will go path of Jeffersonian principles to ' Georgia has no niWfv Unad. Southern merchant will leave in a live but a short time. to Canton, Ohio, to attend a general beat the brush of sentamental-ispart of Ga., in Berrien county, 'like Ky., they only have mules Sunday School Institute. and popular praise, but few days for Louisville where he Mr. Waymon Rigney, of Little just 20 miles from the Tla. line. that are very large and rough. be at the lodge steadfast and true, courageous will buy his spring and summer Cake, was here one day last Every This is a fine country, but it There i3 very few pretty horses' ' week. room Thursday night. Work. and undaunted he has made, goods. here, the don't suit me for it gets so aw- shipped in ones that are were making, a fight Miss Ida Helm, of Golumbia, , Mr. Joe Pierce, Jr. who is a from other states, and, is now fully hot. Thermometer regisWhat is wrong with the Glens of the L. W. T. S. was Fire and Accident for the is spending a few weeks with student for a government ters about 90 degrees above zero fork correspondent? I have been, reported quite sick last week. people and buy the people. her sister, Mrs Joe Kearns. in the shade of a pine tree, for receiving the news for a "short-timInsurance. Why should Kentucky Mr. N. C. White, of Neatsviile, and none of the papers had you find, no other kind here. forget these two, bril spent Saturday night" at the ' any news from Glensfork. Democrats Farmers in this section have G. P. SIY1YTHE I am the Local Agent for two liant sons who ,have demonstrat- home of A. J. Combest. This State has plenty of railFire and Accident Infirst-clas- s about gotten their corn and cot roads, it beats Ky., I for for that. surance Companies, and' have ed their powers, their inestima-bl- e Mr. Walker Bryant, ' county ton land ready for, planting. There is plenty of game here . FIRE INSURANCE worth to just government, court clerk was here on business been assigned this teriitory. If There is a great amount of ccffr: such as wildcats, bears, squirrels' you need Insurance, either Acci- and cast their preferential votes last week. and. ton raised and shipped from this. rabbits, quails and cooters. or Fire, write me, dent for men whose political training There is plenty of fish here REAL ESTATE ;l section of country;. Mrs. Ellen Combest, received MULLINIX, and we go fishing CHARLIE is limited to the narrow confines ' few I guess our Ky., farmers are nights. W. V. Heini Rife, Ky. of their own states? Gov. Will- - a message one day last week that r AKfNGPOWDE Absolutely Ptire i9j0 Jhki Home Baking Easy The only Baking Powder Royal Grape Cream of Tartar The Famous Duke of Adair No. 4660 Phosphates -- xir-w-jrj - -- -- i 1 5 ECHO w ht EPPERSON Montpelier, Kentucky. . $6"0"Q"9"C"0"Q4$$$Q4"&$$ 8"6"6$$$& !(k V ! . i TT-- 1- A A Genuine Oliver Chilled PI V J J , V J Reed Hardware Company. ; p 4$gieMfrCM9QM88 $ $$$e.s,$4,i inter-prisin- m Odd-Fello- w ' e r- I I X J - THE ADAm COUNTY NEWS What's The Matter feel-Xn- Kentucky News Items. b made until May 1. death. Newport Theodore White The youne mother and many an old Mrs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. "one, too is often puzzled ,to know the L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxadied of heart failure while a pascause of her child's ill nature. The loudness of its cryinp does not neces- tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. sarily indicate the seriousness of its It lias been found to answer most perfectly senger on a street car. trouble. It may have nothing more the all the purposes of a laxative, and Its very g matter with it than a headache or a Kockport A Fordsville firm is of general dullness. It cannot, of mildness and freedom from griping course, describe its feelings, but as a recommend it especially for the use of said to be paying 5 cents a pound preliminary measure you are safe in children, women, and old folks genertrying a mild laxative. ally people who need a gentle bowel for cornstalks. Thousands of American Nine times out of ten, you will find it stimulant. Js all the child needs, for its restlessness families have been enthusiastic about it Barbourville. The state chempeevishness are perhaps due to ob- for more than a quarter of a century. and struction of the bowels, and once that Anyone wishing to make a of this lias been remedied the headache, the remedy before buying it in trial regular ist reports that the water supply the sluggishness and the many other evi- way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dences of constipation and indigestion dollar a large bottle (family size) can of this city, which is obtained will quickly disappear. have a sample bottle sent to the homo Don't give the little one salts, cathar- free of charge by simply addressing Dr. from the Cumberland River, is tic pills or nasty waters, fof these will W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, act as purgatives, and they are too Monticello. 111. Your name and address chemically pure. strong for a child. In the families of on a postal card will do. Mt. Sterling R. R. Warner, a tobacco man, was pinioned between two wagons loaded with The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al tobacco and mashed badly. It is feared that he is internally inBoth One Year for $1.50. jured. Glensboro Mrs. Mary Gibbs was badly burned at her home here last night by throwing accidentally some powder in the fire. The house was also slightly damaged by fire. New Castle A gift of $2,000 in cash to the cause of missions in the Christian church has just been made by G. L. Crum, who lives in this county, three miles With Your Baby? Madisonville John W, .dams, thirty, a negro, was frozen to Dogs are again playing havoc with sheep. Didn't Hear Anything "Bust." itiaiuiiiuiiiiiiaaiaiuiaiuiuntiauiiuniiaiiuuiuaiuiiui Woodson Lewi H The great Green River Mcrchan- i dise Distributor, has just Received a i Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- 5 from here. Bowling Green Grover Cleveland French, of Sand Hill, this c6unty, was turned over to the United States army by CommonAttorney John H. Gilgf wealth's liam, charged with being a deser- ing, Shoes Which he is offering &-c-. ter. at Popular prices. at one Third off. Insti Simpsonville Lincoln tute offers four cash prizes of $50, E $L5, $15 and $10 for the best measured acre of corn grown by pegro farmers in Kentucky on 3 50 Suits carried over :2 SugarJ15 lbs for one dollar 2 Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for &n(J owned by thetiiselve& $6.25 2 Best Pattent Flour per bbl WinchesterWill Siviils and 4.75 B 3 Second Pat. 4.25 E Magnolia Bivins, colored, were held to the grand jury under a Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to bond of $500 each. The negros give Satisfaction, wire and wire are charged with having forged fence at Lowest Prices. It wilfpay two checks for $20 each on Robyou to consult me before buying. ert T. Gay, of this county. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers Versailles The Hon. H. A. Schoberth, who has been ill for at prices that defy competition and the past eleven days, was able to that will give You satisfaction. Buy leave the hospital today. He is your Fertilizer from me and you'will still very weak and it will be a always know what you bought. week or ten days before he is ! Have a Full Stock of Bone Fertilizers they vare reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. Twill buy all your crop of wheat'and pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. Editor. Much as we would like to see a ' been built in France in which well. Southern man President we, Richmond High prices were the platform tilts to the ground We CarfFurnish You would much' prefer the election loose-lea- f on the to receive loads drawn upon it by tobacco paid far of an Eastern or Western Demo-- 1 Prices a capstan with which it is equiplocal breaks yesterday. cratto the deieat of the best The Adair County News ranged from $G to $37 per hund- ped. in the South. Why' Dyaks, natives of Borneo, are Democrat pounds red, A total of 100,000 and the should Democracy imperil and in So dis being sold at an average of over extremely truthful. destroj the brilliant prosgraceful, indeed, do the Dyaks fact hundred. $15 per i The Harrodsburg Herald tells Paducah C. W. Parker, manager of the Paducah office of the the following story and lays the left me with a frightful cough and Southern Express company, has scene in Danville. A tall man very weak. I had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 been promoted to manager of the from the timber .regions, sus-- , minutes. My doctor could not help office at Pensacola, Fla..effective'Pected of hailing from another' me, but I was completely cured by DR. this week. He is succeeded here county, stepped into a Danville byW. S. Williams, manager of j atore the other day to do some the company's offiice at Hum- - trading Among the desired pur-- ; Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. boldt, Tenn. Mr. Parker has chases was a shirt waist for his been in charge of the local office wi?e- - Entering the store he was de- twenty-tw- o months, being sent directed to the shirt-waihere from Montgomery, Ala. ' partment and made his wants C. D. known to the lady who wa3 in The Roundup. VETf RINARY SURGEON charge. "What bust?" asked Denmark boasts 81 head of cat- the saleslady. The man looked at her inquiringly a moment and tle to each 100 inhabitants. then said: "I dunno, I didn't There are 48 paupers in Lon hear nothing!" don for every 1,000 inhabitants. Good" Sense. The United Kingdom last year consumed 286,S92,000 pounds of Special Attnetin to Eyes The Democratic party in twenty-ftea and 29,195,000 pounds of Fistulo, ive years has never had so gical work done Spavin or any surcoffee. at fair prices, lam flattering prospects of electing a well fixed to take care of stock. Mon Henry Clay Frick is to estabey due when work is done or stock lish an art gallery to cost mil- President. The Republican par- removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. lions at his Prides Crossing, ty is badly divided. The admin0NBURKSV1LLE STREET. istration of President Taft has Mass, mansion, been a failure. The platform The new terminal of the Canapledges upon which he was elect-- . " dian Northern Railroad in Monted have been broken and the tar-- 1 real will cost $25,000,000. H. Stone, if? instead of being reduced hss! Russia, the United States, Attoney-At-Labeen increased until the cost of) Roumania, Austria-Hungar- y and 3 Will practice in living upon the masses has be-- f and Burma are the principal oil this and adjoining counties. come a serious problem. Thei fields of the world. Jamstown, Kentucky, : only things that the Democratic At a height of 3,000 feet a man party has to do to win is to enun- in an aeroplane can see a submaciate a progressive platform of rine gliding along 30 feet under principles and to nominate a canwater. didate who distinctively stands In 1909 the telegraph and for these principles. The party companies, together with must nominate the right man to similar concerns that use electric win and he does not live South of wires in this country, expended Mason and Dixon's line. Any over $7,000,000 in the purchase good Northern or Western Dem-- ' of poles. ocrat can carry every State in A German chemist claims to the South and no Southern man have melted nletals in a vacuum Carry a single doubtful Northern, by focusing the sun's rays upon or Western States. There are! them without necessitating the enough voters in every close; use of a container of high heat state in the North who will not vote foi,Na Southern man for) resisting properties. Demonstration of theNpractical President to lose the Presiden-- ' use of wireless telegraphy on tial election. What is the sense water was first made just twelve of knocking our fat in the fire years ago between the Needles, when all we have to do to sweep on the English coast, and the in- the country for Democracy is to . nominate Woodrow Wilson orl coming steamship St. Paul. HENRYWATTERSON For both military and indust- some other available progressive ' rial purposes an automobile has Democrat of the North. I PNEUMONIA KING'S I ! : st Crenshaw ! j j Poll-evi- l, Joseph w ' Why tele-pho- ne ! I Not Read The Courier , , Journal? i Shelbyville Prof. E. C Holland, superintendent of the Louis ville public schools, has accepted an invitation, to deliver the Founder's dav ARE YOU WITH ME? ScieneHill, March 25, which is anniversary the eighty-eight- h of the scheol. Satisfaction New Castle The Rev. R. S. Wilson, who was missionary in Africa, Congo district, for three years, has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Christian church at Sulphur, where he was servQREENSBURG, KY.1 ing when he was'sent as mission-aryt- o Africa. Bowling Green In the circuit anifflminfflmniffliflinniinmnimnnnmnnninfflmnjR court James Simpson, of tVie White Stone Quarry neighborhood this " county, was found Daily guilty of shooting and wounding The Adair County News Bunk Tow several months ago. Courier-Journ- al Both one He was eriven from one to five years in the penitentiary. A simple and effective coiffure You judge a man not by what he Carlisle Sheep raisers of Nichdecoration for evening wear, is a promises to "do, but by what he has olas county will get less than 50 Jband of chrystal beads with a done. That is the only true test. cents on the dollar on their claims ' white spangled butterfly worn in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged filed during the year 1911 for in the middle of the head close to by this standard has no superior. Peothe forehead. Simple birds or ple everywhere speak of it in the high- - daihages as tire result of the ravJbutterflies are also being used est terms of praise. For sale by Paull ages of dogs. County Clerk Sugg states that the payment isiHjiot Drug Co. 71th a pleasing effect. address ' at Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS consider the deceiving of others by an untruth that such conduct is handed down to posterity by a curious custom. The Pennsylvania Railroad seems to be getting important results from a nev device called the superheater, which turns wet into dry steam, and increase the power of the engine. It has made it possible on some steep .grades to do away with the helper engine. Unequally Divided. ' pects of Democratic victory for a foolish sectional sentiment? News. E-to- wn Weekly al Courier-JournChildren are much more' likely to contract the con'tageous diseases when they have colds. Whooping cough, diptheria, scarlet fever and consump- -' tion are diseases that are often contracted when the child has a cold. That is why all medical authorities say beware of colds. For the quick cure of colds you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. j . I Both One Year For $1.50 We can -- also give liberal combination rate with Daily It can always be depended upon and "" is j or Sunday Courier Journal. pleasant and safe to take. For sale by and year $4.00 jpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition Feed Scarce. Sometimes A gets credit for you desire, but be sure to saying what B may have felt send your subscription order and thought and what C had livAn idea of how scarce feed of ed for years with courage and all kinds is can be had when it is to this paper NOT to the self-denia- - MDn Write Courier- - Journal Com- - l. Miss Thackeray. Strong One. I "My dear, these are 'excellent cigars, but they are awfully strong." "Yes; I got the strong-es- t I could find. They won't break so easily in your pocket." Judge. told that in the blue grass section hay is selling as high as $1.50 per bale at retail, and at a sale in Rockcastle county shock fodder sold at seventy cents. Corn is hard to get .for less than $4. Unless grass comes sonn feed will have to be brought into several of .the blue g?ass counties in order to tide the horses, cattle, and hogs over. j ( Courier Journal. Nineteen Miles a Second. Without a jar, shock or disturbance, is the awful speed of our earth through space. We wonder at such ease of na hire's movement, and so do those who take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No griping, no distress, Just thorough work that brings good health and fine feelings. 25c. Paull Drug Co. t. THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS to take in making scholars out a good whipping and I strongly of those under him. reccommend that you give him Says the Minnesota University H. H. Foley, bought a cow one. Yours truly, Miss Blank." "Farm Press News;" All farm from G. C. Brown. To this Bobby's mother reanimals have an instinctive crav" I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," sponded as follows: ing for salt. If it is so placed as writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I was Household Notes. "My Dear Miss Blank Lick n, almost and had to give up. We had three to be al ays within the'ir reach, doctors. AH the time, I was getting worse. I had bad they will consume just as much A red hot iron will soften old him yourself. I ain't mad at spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I as they need, and no more. It putty so that it can be easily re- him. Yours truly, Mrs. Dash." gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as Youth's Companion. is only when it has been kept moved. anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid from them for a long period that A good remedy for chilblains is for 5 weary years Cardui relieved me, when everything Old RIverman Dead. danger of their eating to apply turpentine to the effectthere is else failed." FOR 1911 too much. It is therefore good ed part. Samuel Bryant, aged 90 years, practice to keep it in a box or Iron pillow slips lengthwise, 4 BRIGHTER, BETTER,! months and 21 days, died at boxes where they can have ac- instead of crosswise, if you wish his home,about three miles north BIGGER THAN EVER cess to it whenever they desire. to iron the wrinkles out instead of this city, Friday morning, When they are salted, as is the of in. THEiREGULARJPRICE OFJ March 8, at 1:30 o'clock. N If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, practice with many farmers, only to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more The deceased was born on Windows may be kept free once a week, while some may get vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, than 50 years, this purely from ice and polished by rubbing Green river, in Adair county, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES enough, others may suffer from has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. the glass with a sponge dipped and was married in 1844, his They found it of real value in relieving their aches and deficient supply. Salt promotes IS wife having died some three in alcohol. A YEAR. pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved an active circulation of the blood, Bread, rolls, and other smiliar years since at the age of 87. and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for which never becomes thick and Manycitizens of Taylor and Adair IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEi use, at once, by you. Try it, today. sluggish so long as the supply is dishes require a hotter oven counties knew "Uncle Sam," as! Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dent.. Chattanooea Medicine Co.. Chatfanooea. Term.. book, " Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 57 plentiful; it assists digestion, and when mixed with water than he was familiarly for Special Instructions, and TO US, YOU CAN GET named, and when milk is used. is often a preventive of disease. To remove the odor of onions knew him as genial, humorous It '"s so cheap that no stock raisintelligent gentleman, fond of THE ADAIR COUNTY er can afford to deny to his ani- from the breath eat parsley and sport and To liothers-An- d Others. Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40--1 as a fisherman of revinegar; from the hands rub a mals all they want ofjt. NEWS You can use Buckleii's Arnica Salve nown. His last fishing trip was piece of celery on them. to cure children of eczema, rashes, tetDr, James Triplet! in the summer of 1911, while ter, chafings,ocaly and crusted humors, When the white of an egg afElla. . AND nearing his ninetieth anniversary as well as their accidental injuries, ter being frothed begins to sepaDentist. cuts, burns, bruises, etc., with perfect Health of this community is rate, a few drops of lemon juice and with his usual results a big THE L0UISVILEE safety. Nothing else heals so quickly. string of fish. Possessed of re-- , For boils, ulcers, old, running or fever not very good at present. JEFFRIES BLOCK added will remedy the trouble. sores or piles it has no equal. 2o cts. at markable strength of body and KENTUCK1 COLUMBIA We are having some pretty TIMES After applying iodine to the power of endurance, coupled Paull Drug Co. weather now, and the farmers skin, if it smarts too intensely to with exceeding good health, he are sure making good use of it be borne it is well to know that BOTH ONE YEAR was enabled to tramp 15 or 20 preparing for their crops. ?SC8XsXS8)aXS5 itcanbe washed off with ammon- miles a day, even after his eighty-nint- h Wheat is looking fine in this ia. FOR ONLY year. secton. To soften leather there is no- ' The summons came suddenly, The death angle visited the thing so penetrating and soften- cerebral hemorrhage, which he THE LOUISVILLE TIMES home of Mr. J. B. Piles. last ing as neatsfoot oil. It will en- survived nine days only. the best afternoon paper prinSaturdey morning and claimed ter where other oils will not In his early years, Uncle Sam ted anywhere. GOURIER-'JOUR- NflL from them their precious little make a surface impression. "took to the river" and made daughter. She was 13 months Has the best corps of corres many trips, on flatboats, loaded old. She had been sick only a An Irish Farmer. with tobacco, from the Green pondents. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor few days and all that loving river section of Kentucky for the hands could do was done, but Covers the" Kentucky field per- Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in In the early part of March," New Orleans market, returning God knew best. We all sympaby steamboat, on which he stok- fectly. politics. It prints all the news without 1855, a native of Ireland arrived I thize with Mr. and Mrs. Piles. ed to the mouth of Salt river, Covers the general news fielo. in New York with $9 in his pockfear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 The little child of Mr. S. L. thence by foot to his home, sev et. He struck off into the couna year, but you can get the WEEKLY Wilson, is very sick at this writ- enty-fiv- e miles distance. The compIeteIy' try, asking at every farm for a COURIER-JOURN- AL iing. seventy-fiv- e Has the best and fullest, mar miles he walked in steady job and paying for a meal one day. On the flatboat, the kets rep0rts. Lizzie Abrell, was visiting and a night's lodging with a few AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS hands were well supplied with the Etwal Williams last Monday hours work. He finally 6" found a ' DEMOCRATIC in politics, but night. place at $15 a month, board with necessities of life, as well as the BOTH ONE YEAR The candy breaking at Mr. the farmer's family and a room luxuries of the times, especially fair to everybody. plenty of those two famous pro James McQuary, last Tuesday in the garret. Out of his pay, ducts of Kentucky, corn whisky SEND YOUR SUBSCljiP- night, was largely attended and in the course of time, he bought and game cocks one barrel of all had a nice time. 100 acres of land at $1 an acre. TION RIGHT AWAY Mr. C. C. Holt, passed through It was practically new land. He the former and several coops of here one day last week en route built a house with his own the fighters. The grand old time came on when the game boat ti- a book of fables the first one will for Russell Springs. hands, a barn with timber' on if you will give or send your order to this ed up for the night. Staple corn begin: Once upon a time there Mr. W. A. Bryant, who has the land, and, with the help of not to the'Courier-Journa- l. paper juice in abundance,cock fighting was a house of poverty, but been sick for some time is slowly his neighbors, dug the ditches and old sledge galore. The com- when the wolf came to the door improving. and built the fences. He raised ic side of river life cannot be ap- he turned away for he heard Mr. L. W. Coffey, was shop- nine useful sons and daughters preciated Yr until related by .such a them laughing and singing." Daily Courier-Journ- al, y ping at Eunice one day of last and led a happy life. man as Uncle Sam, embellished Home doesen't consist in things any man can get twice the wages week. with native witicisms and deliv- but of hearts. A woman in a Courier-Journ- al, Yr Ayres, of Coburg, and buy the farm, with all its ered with a fine sense of the magnificent palace in Nebraska Miss Dellie Sunday is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella improvements, at half the price; humorous. We, who know Sam said to us. "The happiest days only one fourth the period of Pike, near Ella. We can give you a combination cut Bryant best shall ever cherish of my life were spent in a sod ir lrl saving and waiting is required . ... I' naamt. ma . house ten miles out yonder on rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write ,, of the man who makes the effort Longstreet. guuu uiu man. the prairie." . this paper. . What comparison is Mr. Bryant is survived by his Farmers are making no prepa- there between that Irish farmer's isons, J. W. Bryant, of Taylor There are so many places of rations for work, but seems now corn fields, the cattle on his hi s, county, John Bryant, of Louis- - cheap amusement, and we may that we shall soon be made glad nis peaceful Sunday afternoons ville; and daughters, Mrs. Han- , j j by the pleasing voice of the sum tat: u iiurneu me oi cne unaer nahLeeand Mrs. Holmes of Tay- say so many cheap 'Companions, fed -- city workman? No laws so many dangers in the little spring bird. lor county. News Journal. town the same as the cities, that Dallas Wade, has been going helped the immigrant, except harsh ones which caused an ecoaround the circle in attending 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD The worst tragedies are not we must avoid by making the nomic situation that pushed him parties. evenings 'at home so pleasant We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long from his home and put him enacted on stages, but in homes. W. H. Brown, left some time young people will be as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights upon his own initiative and self-hel- The divorce courts indicate that that our ago for the corn growing region. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. Poverty tragedies in the little content to spend their evenings Cincinnati Enquirer jbihch Born, to the wife of F. M. Wilggr? street back of us where some r at home, and find their recrea3oinc:i A 77T7V7Y1J1IF son, on the 11th a girl. suffer nobly rather than beg. Not Her Quarrel. tion in the entertainment arrang'iamcH Tragedies in the big houses for Born, to the wife of W. H. g women, chambers of horrors for ed for their diversion. Foley, on the 16th a girl. The fact that corporal punish children. Breaking hearts 26IHCH The little gasonline mill is still ment is discouraged in the public withering hopes, maddening It is always best to wait for grinding away. i8ikch KftflKKftnHMHKfinfiHflVay "MhK hQvk schools or (Jhicago is what led brains, and crowd goes screaming the evidence before passing Rev. J. B. Grider, filled his Bobbv 's teacher to address this by. No, all the tragedy is not judgment. When you hear regular appointment at Clear note to the boy's mother: in the little street. Butports detrimental to youngOadies ; urth u. iii"m rVnvrir i .i.i.ri..r.fci Spring last Sunday. ELLWOOD FIELD FEMCE (STANDARD STYLE) ifl SXTiEICtlTS "Dear Madam I regret very "when poverty comes in the or gentlemen, don't be hastv in-. A Flannagan, is attending much to tell you that your Elmer doesn't love fly out the forming conclusions. It is betHardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. son. door school at R. S. A. a successful Robert,, idles awav his r.imp ic window-?No, we've seen too ter to be charitable when any . . , .w school is being taught. disobedient, quarrelsome and dis- - many lovers in overalls and one is m trouble. Today it is 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Prof. Huffaker, is an old time turbs the pupils who are trying sweethearts in gingham aprons some one else's boy or girl; 'to-Louisville, Ky. teacher and he knows what steps to study their lessons. He needs to believe that. When we write morrow it may be yours. Salt For Animals. 7 Bad Spells THE bed-ridde- LOUISVILLE TIMES 1 LARDU I WomanlTonic $5.00 J te j WEEKLY $4.50. i , j j j yx ; t for I $1.50 $6,00 To-da- $2,00 w )ss A2exsxsx f7 f to-da- y. ; ELLWOOD WRE FENCE u ,- -r p. ac-to- rs flJ - lR N ; re-ba- ck n rini.Miimii-i-iniMrfiii- mi, U U MADE 1 . ! DEHLER BROS., " .t ! 1 j y 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 44Q"Q"Q"fr4"0"fr ! A B a " NOT AN APRJL FOOL " . 5&35Q J But the Real Thing Absolutely Given Away During Our Demonstration and Opening Week April SPECIAL ATTRACTION EACH DAY. Everybody Eligable to Enter Contest for these Prizes. NOBODY BARRED. leap year, we make this offer to any couple who will be married in our store, We g by presenting you with one of our will give a nice start toward $35,00, all steel or cast Ranges, pay the preacher and furnish the license, provided you will allow the marriage ceremony to be performed in our show window.promp-tl- y at 2:30 p. m, Any couple desiring to take advantage of this offer must notify us by MONDAY. APRIL 1. house-keepin- t,,,,,,,,t,tt,t,, 4th qQ 4 V 4 V a j Monday April 1st We offer as a prize to the farmer driving the best span of mules hitched fato a Fish Bros., or the light running Tennessee Wagon, a 40 rd. roll of our Every stay wire mous spring steel wire 10x47 Michigan Fence, value $12.50. fastened with the latest improved loop, conceded by all to be the best wire fence made. Second Prize, One Pair of our famous L. J, Work Bridles, value, $4.00. Third, rawhide Buggy Whip, value $1.25. They must be shown on Main street in front of our store, between 2:30 and 3:00 p. m. All contestants must own team and wagon. Thursday April We are Determined to Make This the Wednesday April 3rd. will offer a prize to any lady who exhibits the best white loaf cake of her own make, First Prize, a set of 1847 Rodgers Silver Knives and Forks. Second prize, a set of 1847, Rodgers Silver Tea Spoons. Cake must be on exhibit by 12 o'clock promptly, Tuesday April 2nd. Prizes will be awarded at We Tuesday April 2nd. ATTENTION! Old maids, or old bachelor,. LISTEN! As this is 2:00 promptly, Wednesday, April 3rd. "BANNER DAY" one-horse Judges: J. T. Gowdy cash to the farmer bringing uV largest number of people the longest distance from town in a Fish Bros, or Tennessee wagon. Second Prize: One of our famous Black Hawk, corn drills, value $14. Third Prize: Set of $6.00 wagon breeching AH wagons to be driven on Main street near . our store by 11 o'clock a. m where competent judges will decide as to which ones are entitled to the prizes, Both the number people and distance to be considered No load with less than fifteen people will be considered, Age of occupants must be fifteen years or in awarding the prizes. moving picture show, After the prizes are awarded, each and every one will be piesented with a free ticket to a more. which will begin at 1 o'clock p. m., promptly, lasting about an hour and thirty minutes, giving every one time to attend the show and get started back home early, Each load must be made up from neighborhood from which it starts, not gathered up around town. We will give you a square deal, and must ask the same of you. Twenty-Fiv- e Dollars in first-cla- ss R. L. Faulkner I. H. Thurman will offer one of our Brown Manly 50 Spike Tooth Harrows, value $11 to the farmer owning Company Buggies. Second and driving the best mare or gelding 4 year old and over, hitched to one of the Buchanan-Lyo- n prize, one Keen Kutter Pearl handle knife, value $ .25. Show to take place at 2 p. m. Judges: Owen Gaines, G. W. Peter1 rriday, April Taylor Moss. OllK We son, OtlK At 2;30 o'clock we will award to the person buying the largest amount of goods from us Demonstration week, a Standard Sewing Machine, value $40. Keep your tickets and present them at 2;30. during the OatUrday, xpill v -- Every day during Demonstration Week we will give with each cash purchase of $1.00 also for every $1.00 paid on acct. or note, a ticket num bered, duplicate of your ticket will be placed in a box, and each day at 2:30 p. m. this box will be opened by disinterested parties and a little girl will draw out one number, and if the owner of the corresponding number is in our store, he will be given a valuable prize. We have been fortunate in getting some rare bargains in Granite Ware, Hardware, Buggies and Harness that will be offered for cash during Demonstration Week at un-heardofpri- ces. i The Buchanan Lyon Co. INCORPORATED. 9 Campbells ville, Ky. $& zm. &&t W mwwvvwwwvvwvww jjfc - ,uirazxBx-- - .. a t a m r ONE SP p?sii OP i suffering with one of his eyes are improving. CURES and Mr. T. D. Flanagan made a gone to?Louisville to have it PREVENTS GAPES has business trip to Decatur Tuesday. treated. white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. Mr. Bruno Murkley, of Font No 2. TT.nViorilr Trirv Wvofh Poocp Bottle o One 50c Hill, was in our midst Monday. Cundiff, T. A Firkin, J.' BourboilPoultryGure Finis Miss Rose Ashbrook has been of Medicine. Makes 12 Gallons confined to her room with a Louisville last week. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle o this medicine on hand. Write for free sample swid Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls.' Address Fred Murrell, who was shot a severe cold. Lexington. Kr. BQUBBOH REMEDY CCPAHY, Mr. L. E. McKinley, passed few months ago, is now able to Sold bv through here Friday en route walk without his crutch. PRULL DRUG CO. Ed Vanhoy is now selling for his home at Dunville. Columbia, Ky. Mr. A. R. Foley, James and goods in String Town, one mile No I. tane Valley. Tomraie Ashbrook, have returnSouth of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Massie of ed from a few days stay in Miss Mary Feese, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Cleave Thomas, Columbia, were visiting at J. W. Louisville. Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Womach, Sublett's one day last week. of Corbin. Bruce, the little ten year old of Russell Springs, visited Mr. Mr. Eugeue Rice, spent last McKinney SunSunday in Columbia. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wil- and Mrs. E. P. Miss Kate Squires, who has son, caught his right hand in the day. Miss Estella Foley is visiting been in Louisville for the past cogs of the feeder at Charles week, has returned with her Paxton's broom factory last her grand parents, Rev. and millinery goods. Wednesday evening, and badly Mrs, M. R. Foley. ',Mrs. E. C. Sublett, who has mashed two of his fingers. Dr. The singing at Jerico, Sunday .ji, .been in bad health for severaj r years maue a visit ito iner uaugu- - Hancock was called and dressed was largely attended and all reji rs. the wounds, and at present he is port a nice time. in Taylor Co. last week. getting along nicely. 'WB' Born, to the wife of S. D. Fo'Misses Julia Moore, Rachel James Woodrum has moved to ley March 13, a son. Tupman, Messrs. Tyler Tnpman purchased .nJilTTnrv Mnnrp snpnfc Safcur- - his farm which he., . ,T Messrs. U. G. McFarlandfofj . el i;iinrAirr. at mis mace. dayWght and Sundaylwith Ar0fTOTt$k . ' :& h.nRD-nw- . and J. W. FelkirisTf A1- -, T. ta'p . .. C" .Timmip Smith who has befcn banyjyas at A. R. FoleyJf last JimtButler and family. In feeblejijitliifor some timis J$rnA Jt Raironna VI1C1- lib' R. T. Dudgeon "and Mrs.1 visiting at his fathers this week. r. ness. 'MitCallison, were shopping in B. Mr. E. C. Page of Frankfort, !gMr';- - fahd Mrs. 3. 1. Cravens is here for a, few daysvisit.' Columbia one day last week; r ! down the throat o a "eapev' chicken destroys the worm and saves the chick's life. few drops in the driniinsr wate. Humble.Misses Bet Cundiff and Aman- da Susin Hartfield, of Green Co., Mr, Ed Rice of Dunville, passwere in town last Wednesday. through here one day last Mr. Elija Hancock and wife, ed spent last Sunday with Mr. Bill week. Mr. and Mrs J.XI. Cravens Butler and family. been on the sick list Mr. T. Johnston, who has been who have i - Hanna's Green Seal "THE MADE-T0-WEA- R PAINT" Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the pissing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. Itis a good idea is a difference. to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. ; This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have in their product. FOR SALE BY ' 7. : : i rtiiiiii mTT trtt n 5ESt 53 u THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker were visiting their mother, Mrs. Purdy last Wednesday, J. Dooley.l from Friday until Ping- Cravens Sunday and Monday. Sunday. Vcsler. Miss May Dirigo. shop-- S. .,.. " - -- - "NH. $T month': Wi VI Sk sjthe A George Mrs. S. J.VDooley, was at ,C ... Ls't. sal "Ji. ? Groves visited our: JBv. Z3L tna, was yismngv ner aiauguter, bedside of her sister Mrs. Eyilne section last Wednesday and oik Mrs. S. J. Dooley, last Wednes Wed., night preached an interJ Smiley, last Sunday. day night and Thursday. . MrSvSarahfShe&herd .ahd'son estW sermont'Inrlspence. 1fSmyt?e fiSdlfamily Mr. Welby Shepherd, was at J. W. McClister is quite sick. Mr.' V. r spent last Thursday with her grand father, Robert Murphy, Chance, was We have been having some Mr. J. W. Moore, of this place. here last Friday buying cattle. very nice weather. Hiram Stotts sold his interest Mrs. Evy line Smiley, who has . m the mill at this place to Mose . . People in this section have been sick for some time, is no Wooten for $125, and G. G. Camp-bette- r, been making preparations tobell sold his interest to J. G. wards farming. Wheat doesn't Mrs. Sillar Burton purchased a Campbell for $75. The new firm look so well in this vicinity. will be ,, known a3- - Wooten and , milch cow from Chnsley Har-Mrs. Lena Shepherd and Miss mon, price unknown. Liza Dooley were visiting at Mr. J Mrs. Tabitha C. Bennett, wid- Therewas preaching at J. & .Bennett, has hPPn Frank Shepherd's last Monday wallow church last SurayconJranted pension of $20 per" ght' Morris , 1 I I BVof Mrsr. Sarah Burton, i of IM4Ga- ? "H& "- -- .- -. i . -- J s-- - i fe'. 1