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The Buchanan Lyon Company Did Itself Proud Demonstration Week. It Not Only Enjoyed Six Busy Days of Extra Fine Business, But Its Enterprise Enlivened The Whole Town of Campbellsville. ITS NOVEL MANNER OF ADVERTISING COMMENDABLE hardly possible to do the enter- prising firm, Buchanan Lyon Company, Campbellsville, justice in one write up. It is a wholesale and retail firm, and its . r nn A si . h uusuiraa uas icui,iy iiiurciiauu eu aia ui. the year 1912 over the same months in 1911. This advance is due in a great measure to the methods of doing business. The firm believes in letting the people know what it has in stuck in getting ready to sell special cays for the people to come in and to come in droves, special inducement being offered. L L A 1 w It is ! goods-7-nami- ng Monday of last week was the opening day for demonstration week, and notwithstanding a steady rain fell during the day hundreds of people visited the large establishment and many large! sales were made; and the people were greatly enlightened as to improvements in modern machinery, all the various kinds of farm impliments put in motion by the aid of a gasoline engine. It was a great schooling to the farming class, a most interesting scudy while the various kinds of farm machinery were in motion. It was a comic picture to see two or three old farmers, adjust their glasses, watching the busy wheels propelled by power, then clap their hands, and tell of the days when they stood behind wooden plows, dropped corn with their hands, covered it with a hoe, etc. In the olden times what was done in two weeks, is now easily accomplished in one aay. The inginuity of a man is great, and the older the world gets the faster he goes. There were many contests during the week and competition was spirited and many valuable prizes award ed. Monday tners was a prize of $12 50 worth of wire fencing offer ed for the best pair of mules hooked to a Fish Bro., or light running Tennessee wagon. There were eleven entries, each exhibitor to own his team Mr Curt Yarberry, of Adair county, was awarded first prize, ; Mr. Henry Griffin sec-coprizet a pair of the famous L J. work bridle3, valued at $4. The third prize a handsome buggy whip, went to Mr W. R. Allen. There were many judges of mules present, and it was unanimously voted that eleven as good teams will not soon be nd seen together. There was a drawing card billed for Tuesday afternoon, and long before the hour for the happy event, a marriage, the couple to stand in one of the large show windows of the immense establishment, hundreds of people lining up in fron,t of the building. The bridal box, if such it can be called, was hand- Iars in cash to the farmer who would j bring the largest number of persons to Campbellsville, coming the longest ' distance, the conveyance a Fish Bro ' t I' a ur j.nufissee wagon, xnere were six in tne contest, all the wagons arnvimr at the store about the same time. It I was a novel sight, and as the caryalls filled with humanity moved down and Hon. Harvey Helm up Main street, the shouts ot the mul Present Representative in Congress from the Eighth District titude could have been heard a mile. The first premium was awarded Wol-for- d and candidate for He will speak at Columbia the Bros., of Adair county, who brought third Monday in May, opening of Circuit Court. 82 peop'e from Casey's Creek, the sec ond prize, a corn drill, to W. N. Han cock, of Cane Valley; the third prize, a Death of a Former Cjtizen. .The Passing of Mr. J. W. JacKman set oE bricmng, to Dan Carroll, of Taylor county Mr. Hancock drove in town with 87 men on his wasron and won Id The people of Columbia were greatl Mr. F. H. Winfrey, of this place, have won had he brought them the en surprised early last Sunday morning tire distance from Cane Valley to received a message last Saturday morn- when the announcement came that ing, stating that his brother, Mr. .7. Campbellsville John Jackman was dead. It was known In afternoon, same day, the firm show- Gordan Winfrey, was dead. that he was in declining health, but it The deceased was the oldest son of was not generally uspected ed its liberality by giving its patrons, that he four or five hundred, from Taylor and the late Ma. T. C and Virginia Win- was in any immediate danger. His adjoining counties, a fr ee ticket to a frey; was born in Burkesville, but was home was out on Greensburjj street, moving picture show which was pulled reared in Columbia. and Friday he was in Columbia. In About the time he reachtd his major- walking about off in the Masonic Hall, over the store. the square he was taken Eastern manufacturers with whom ity he was licensed to practice law, and very sick and was conveyed to the home the Buchanan Lyon Company deal, had a short time thereafter he located in of his brother-in-laSquire John Eu- representatives in attendance, and, in Owensboro, and from that city he bank, where he died Sunday morning talking with a News man, several of removed to Evansville. Ind. Before at 7 o'clock. them were profuse in complimentary leaving Owensboro his wife died, leavThe deceased was born and reared in expressions of the members of the local ing him with two young sons. A few Russell county, but he had been a resfirm, speaking of them as gentlemen years after locating at Evansville he ident of this place since early manhood, who know how to get business, naming was again married to a Mrs. Carpenter. and for many years conducted a sadHe was quite popular in that city, dlery establishment on them as live, up-tthe square near date wires, the life served one or two terms as Judge of the Paull Drug Company. He of business, an honor to Campbellsville was 57 the Police Court, and at the same time years old. a law abiding citizen who and a blessing to the consumer. Friday and Saturday were big days he was an active practitioner in all the had many friends. Soon after reaching his majority he and the entire week will long be re- other courts. In .Mr. Cleveland's secmembered by the people of Taylor and ond race for the Presidency. Mr. Win- - petitioned Columbia Lodge No. 96 F, frey was a Democratic elector for the & A. M., for admittance. He was ac adjoining counties. Evansville district cepted and in said lodge he was made While the enterprising spirit of the About four years ago his reason be- a Master Mason and later became a Buchanan Lyon Company proved verv profitable to the firm, all the other merch came dethroned and he was sent to a Royal Arch Mason, proving true to the ants in Campbellsville gained It was private sanitarium at Cincinnati, where principles of the order. He leaves a certainly a great week for the capital every effort was made to restore him wife, seven children two brothers and of Taj lor and the very live firm above to health, but he gradually grew worse two sisters. Religious services were held at the mentioned merits all the praise it is re- until the end came. His remains were home where he died Sunday afternoon ceiving. The firm is composed of first-cla- conveyed to Evansville for interment. gentlemen and the people delight The deceased was about fifty-nin- e at 4 o'clock, conducted by Eld. Z. T to trade with it. The eight regular years old He was known here as a Williams and Rev. J. W. Weldon and salesmen are also entitled to praise for very jovial, polite gentleman, and all at the close the remains were turned the courtious manner in which they his old friends were sorry to learn of over to the Masonic Fraternity, conhis affliction resulting in death, Be- veyed to the city cemetery and buried wait upon trade. sides Mr. F. H. Winfrey he leaves with the usual formalities of the order. three brothers in Texas, one brother and The sympathy of this town is with one sister in Missouri He was also a the widow and children and ail survivThe Ball Games. neplitnv of Mr F. R. Winfrey, this ing relatives. place j mk b . ipTY n. ! w, I o ss somely decorated, and ribbons were flying throughout the emporium. A thirty-fiv- e dollar steel range was offered to the couple who would get married in the store, and at the hour agreed upon Mr. D. F. Johns, a well to do farmer, and Miss Bertha Herron, a very charming young lady, entered the window while the wedding march was Nat Brown. being played by Misses Ella Kerr and Elvira Buchanan. The ceremony was impressively said by Rev. J. A.. JohnThis fine combined saddle and harness son of the Methodist church, a former stallion will make the present season resident of Columbia, and hundreds of at ray stable 1 miles southof Milltown friends congratulated the couple. at $10 to insure a living colt He is a Wednesday throughout the day sales grand son of old Nat Brown and out of men were busy and evidently the sales an English draft mare. He is unexcellwere immense. It is one of the best ed in disposition, being, so kind and equipped establishment in South Cen gentle that any lady or child can ride tral Kentucky Ynu can be supplied I or drive him with perfect safety If with anything needed in the way ot youwant to breed to the best don't arm machinery, hardware, from tha fail to see this horse. "smallest pocket knife to the largest At the same place I will stand Jack Bledge hammer Two store rooms are Chinn, one of the best known Jacks in full of fine buggies, fine harness and Adair county. Fee $6.00 If you want a delicious drink, ask for saddlery. J. C. Browning. Diamond "C." brand of roasted. Coffee, t price, 30 cents per pound. Handled in Thursday was set apart for the banColumbia by C. R. Hutchison. Walter ner day and the firm's hopes was cer- - The Buchanan Lyon Co's. Piano com Ingram and Henry Ingram. Try one temy realized, as something near two test started Monday April 1st, provine pound and you will use no other brand. people came to town. The a great hit. More than 20 very active j Sold only through Utter & Co.. of jhiiiHUin- dol contestants. this day was twenty-fiv- e 23-- 2 Louisville Ky. fffiee.fr well-knowto-da- A baseball team from the Russell's Creek Baptist Academy, Campbellsville, was here last Saturday and played two games in the afternoon. It first engaged the Liudsey- - Wilson club, defeating it 15 to 3. The second game was against the town club, which terminated in favor of the visiting team, 8 to 3 Wilson, who belongs to the Southern League, Nashville, pitched for the Campbellsville boys, and Romie Judd and Will Young, of Columbia also played with the visiting team A ! Can See (t Now. Mr Quiet Affair. If a persons foresight was as good as his hindsight a great many men would be in comfortable circumstances who at this time are paying a small tax. For instance, once upon a time the writer was in Louisville and there he met Mr. R. E Puryea', who is a n citizpn of Campbellsville. We were anxious to make a dea in realty. and we preambulated the streets looking a for business house that we thought would increase in' value. Finally we found a very largo, handsome building that suited u both We went through it, and after so long a time the proprietor was approached as to the price He said he would take a hundred thousand dollars for it, and Puyear wanted to give the amount, but the writer "thought that $95,000 was all it was worth, thediffer-enc- e of $5,000 splitting the trad That property y See is worth $200,COO what a little obstinacy did for us? 22-6- -- Montgomery arid Miss Mary East were quietly married at the home of Mrs. r'; nny Walker, this city, last Saturday evening. But few people in town knew of the event until Barrad Plymouth Rock eggs 15 for 60 Sunday mbrning. The couple has a large circie of friends, all of whom cents delivered at Columbia and Knifley. Pure bred from Pope and Pope. wish them much happiness. Mrs. B. F. Thomas, Absher, Ky. For Sale: A Good Location; Fink It is now the tenth of April and so Business. far as we can hear but little ground has been prepared for corn and tobacco. Desiring to retire from the mercan- The spring oat crop was cut short by tile business, I offer to sell my store- continued wet weather at the time oats house, stock of goods and dwelling, or should have been sown. Corn planting; at best, will be delayed four weeks so g, store and gcods alone; located at Ky , at prices and terms that it will be an unusally busy period just a will insure satisfaction to the purchas. 'ittle later on when corn, tobacco, meadows and harvest all demand attener. tion at the same time. 'This is one of the best locations in Adair county for a general MerchanLast week we noticed six head of dising and the live, hustling merchant will be well rewarded for his energies, mules nooked to one two norse wagon and have the pleasure of dealing with i witn about a one horse load on and yet peopls are unwilling to pay a road tax. a large and appreciative patron aire If interested in a good business and The most pressing needs of this county location of this kind call on or address. is good roads and they can not be built without money. J. G. Dudgeon, Coburg, Ky. There will be a meeting of the cemeMr. John' J. Lloyd, a farmer, who tery aisociation Apr. 13, at the Colura lived at' Rowena, died last Sunday bia Hotel. All members are urged to night, a victim of a cancer. be present. Co-bur- Nolan The sad news of the death of Mr. A. K. Rupe reached Columbia last Monday Alexander Drowned night It will be remembered that Near Burkesville. about six or seven weeks ago Dr. of Lebanon, came to Adair county and operated on him for apbendicitis. Glasgow. Ky., April Courier-JournalMiss Allen Alexan- Later peretinetis set up, and Mr. Rupe der, of Cumberland county, was drown- - was conveyed to the McChord hosoitah ! &A nf Iii.1tac...71I' n4- .4 ui, uuiumiiiic aivu tlUtJV ..l.;..-.- alter- - j Lebanon. A few davs before the end LUI5 noon. She, in company with Press whicn occurred last Wednesday, word Sandage and Miss Kennedy, a teacher was received here that the .patient wa3 in the school, was boatriding, when the much better and that he would soon be skill was overturned. Sandage and wen eiiuugn to return home. But aa Miss Kennedy managed to get out, al - unexpected change for the worse came most exhausted. Miss Alexander's and he dleu in a few hours after his body had not been recovered at 7 ' wtfe reached his bedside, The resided in the Breeding o'clock The party, had rowed up the river j neighbrhood, where he had many two miles, winding in and out sonal fn"ends and his death was a among the trees in the back water, in- - reat shock to the community. He tenir.g to get out in the current and was a kJnd and devoted husband, aa drift back to Burkesville. As the skif t honest law abiding citizen, and ha was caught by the current it capsized ' wil1 be 8reatly missed, Hundreds of friends are in sympathy and threw the occupants into the wa-- , ith the surviving members of his fam- ter They dug to the craft and drift- .. .rT i eu into a tree top. w nen tney reached . I ill the tree top, Miss Alexander sank As The reraains were brought to Adair she went down, Sandage caught hold of connty Thursday, and FriJay were but his hold broke and she was terred at his late home, a large circle of neighbors being present. carried away. With his belt Sandage strapped Miss Kennedy to a limb. The merchants of this town are now For two hours they were in the water in this plight, in better position to supply the demands Sandage calling for help until he be- -' of he people than at any time for came exhausted. When taken from several years. New snri rnmnioro ' stocks the water Miss Kennedy was uncon of goods, embracing a'l the scious from the icy water and shock. grades, are now ready for distribution, She and Sandage are in a serious con- - and the advertisements in the News djtion. j indicate to you where to buy. Yoa Miss Alexander was the oldest daugh- - don't have to leave this section to get ter of Charles W. Alexander, one of god material or low prices. Read the-the most prominent men in that section advertisements, and then come to town Sandage is a brother of Attorney Allen and you will find that every one is Sandage, of this place, and Judge ready to sell on the closest margin of profit. Tiroes are too dull to allow Sandage, of Russellvillei -4 The river is hicher at Burkesville goods to lie in the shelf for big profits, than it has been for several years, be- and our advertisers are not inclined to do ing something like two miles wide, and so Come in and get your supplies rowing up the river and floating back from the best and most complete colwith the current has been a pastime lection oi goods ever offered in south with the people. central Kentral Kentucky. Buy from those who seek your business. Those Miss Alexander was a fiist cousin to anxious to sell are always ready to Mrs.JohnLee Walker, of thisplaee, and offer the most inducements possible. she had quite a number of acquaintances in Columbia. Her untimely death was a Another Bridge. shock to this community, and the entire town is in sympathy with the sorrowing The Fiscal Court of Adair county has members of the family. again showed its enterprising spirit. Later, the body was found this (Tues- Last Friday the court voted to build day) morning two miles below Burkes- another iron bridge across Russell's ville. creek. The location will be either at the Birk or Cravens ford, Stickto-itiveneinvariably brings success. Mr. T. J. Conover Dead. The people who will secure the greatest benefit on account of the bridge, "Little Tom Conover," as he was have been fighting for it for years. familiarly called, died, after a long ill- Since writing the above the Court ness, at his home near Garlin, this has visited the two sites, and decided county, last Thursday night. He was to build the bridge at the Birk ford. about seventy-fiv- e years old. a good It was a tie vote with the magistrates, citizen, one who had many friends. the County Judge, N H. Moss, untieHe was a son of David Conover, and ing. was born and reared near Columbia. He leaVes a wife and several children. To the Members of the Zion Bap- The funeral services were largely at-- 1 tist Church. tended. Bear in mind that next Sunday is our Z T. Williams, who spent several last service before the close of the days in seeing the world in Cincinnati Convention year and at that time we will give a full description of.it at the must bring our contribution for Home Christian church next Sunday morning and Foreign missions. Let every memat the regular morning services. ber be ready then with a liberal offerThis was the great Exposition on ing D. H. Howerton, Pastor. world wide missions in which more than 6,000 people took part. There Notice. were five episodes in the pageant which illustrated the mission work in the East, West, North and South. I will sit each day from March the 15th, 1912, until May 1st, 1912, at It was reported from Frankfort and Sparksville, Ky.. to receive claims against the estate of Thomas England, published in the daily papers, week, that T. J Cooper had been ap- assigned. pointed a Justice in Magisterial district C C. Roe, Assignee of Thomas Eng20-land. 1 to fill out a vacancy. No., The report was a mistake, as we have been informed, Governor McCreary having Percheron Morse. not yet made an appointment. Allen Mc-Cho- rd, .) 1 - v. '.1t .. ! i to-nig- ht. I per-ado- ut I jri a ! in-h- er, ! j ', ! ! ! ss r 4t The above horse has been on exhibition here for several weeks, and it will be gratifying to know that he has been sold to a company here for $1,800 and he will make the season in the vicinity of Columbia. An "ad" will appear la- ter. I have several pairs of second grade bargain shoes to close out at 1.00 per pair. Frank Sinclair. Mrs. Lou W. Atkins has a very at- -i tractive line of millinery, and the ladies are invited to cad at her store, where the very latest m hats can be found. She receives new goods two or three tiroes a week. Prices very reasonable. Judge. Junuis Hancock has purchased1' the Columbia Hotel, and is now in charge. It is reported that the consideration was $9 500 The hotel that , the Judge run on Burkesville street will be conducted by"S. N. Hancock. A corn and flour mill was washed' away, near McGaha, last Monday l i.nhiht wctk. -- 'X ? .2 Rowes X Roads. THE ADAli. JOUNTY NEWS James W. Bradley is making staves. Tallula, HI. Well the farmers have had a few days of sunshine this week. Bill Cook, made a flying visit to Columbia the other day, George R. Lawless and Dora Lee Shearer, were married last week, the bride was only 12 What a years old last Sept. A certain citizen in the Clear Spring school district has recently said that he wanted a Repub lican to teach the school the coming session. The very idea of any man stooping so low as to grasp the abominable, corruptible throttle of politics, and dismistake parent smake when they grace the good name of educa tion, is ridiculous. let their girls marry so young. Bro. Corbin, preached several able sermons at Oak Grove last Humble. week, the quarterly meeting will Mrs. J. B. Smith and Maud be there" April 11. Ollie Buckhanon's wife died at her home near Denmark a few days ago. This was another case of consumption, she was down sick a long time. She leaves a husband and two children, and many friends to mourn their loss Homer Kimble, has been bad sick for a week or two. John B. Coffey, got badly hurt last week he was ioading wood on a wagon, he thought he felt something give away about bis heart. Rev. A. R. Blakey, has been on the sick list for a a eek or two. Austin, formers Tuesday. Fonthill, visited the A. R. father Foley Misses Flora Ashbrock and Clara Foley visited the formers brother U. S. Ashbrock Wednesday. Miss Mary E. Leach, has been visiting friends at this place for the past week. Miss Ladye Roberts and sister, of Tarter, passed through here enrouce for Russell Springs Wed-- 1 nesday. 'Mr. James Ashbrock, is num- bered with the sick this week. Mrs. Rose Ashbrock, who has Ed Selby had a clearing the other day, and George Antle got been sick is improving. a sapling cut down on him, and Misses Floy Dunbar, and Gerhurt him badly. trude Humble, Russell Springs, Misses Loracy and Myrtle Mor- pleasently spent Monday aftergan, were visiting at Thomas noon with Miss Ada and Alda Foley. Hadley's this week. Mr. Billie Bolin, who has been There is only one boy at Tigar Montgomery's this time, Tigar sick is slowly improving. is all Smiles. Messrs. Odley Evans, and Add Editor News: beemg pencihngs trcm so many places, have decided to write you a few myself if you have room to print them. I was in Columbia last Nov. and had the News sent to the above address and like it very much, as it gives some accounts of friends and relatives I grew up with from the date 1871 to 1892, which time I came to the central part of Illinois, and have made my home here since. During that time we have had weather to go to extremes in both hot and cold, and had weather in general, but the winter passing away brakes them all. We have had the longest spell of extreme cold weather known here for many years, and we are still in the grip of winter. We have had the worst blizzard of the seascn, beginning Wednesday evening the 19th of March with rain ana turning to snow ana ,eefc The damage to T,iegraph and teephone service was great also can not be estimated to fruit and shade trees. We were fortunate enough in this section not to have much wind the three or four days of heavy ice and snow. The outlook is the next 24 hours will remove all the ice from the trees, but the ground is covered with snow and ice. During the past week school children have gone to and from school on their skates as every place was covered with preparations for a log rolling the first of the week. Mr. W. B. Morris and wife made a business trip to Purdy one day last week. Miss Mollie Breeding is very sick at this writing. Mr. Albert Morris bought of NJ' 7K Mr. Curtis Absher one mare. 7K Price unknown. 7K. Mrs. Jannie Burton and Miss DollielBurton were visiting Mrs. yc Mary Willis one day last week. Sunday, March the 10th, Mr. Vl 7K M David Burton and Miss Jennie.?. &ae During Year seaes 1912 Harmon were married at the home of the bride's parents. i Mrs. Jane Cofer, of Absher, 7K will leave shortly for 111., where yj: IS. she expects to make her future home. yd Mrs. Mary Morris, of Absher, was in Columbia shopping last IN yd Monday. is Roy. IN. 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 Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year yd The farmers are making the as best of the nice weather. Spring surely is near, as the yz IN v!mails seems to be loaded with S 5tN garden seed. ss ?K Red-moyz Our merchant, Mr. G. R. IN is having fine trade at IN yd present. IN Mr. W. E. Stapp, has been 7t sawing at his mill, as the weath- 7 ys er will permit. NJ' IS Miss Kittie Bryant and Mr.! -' 7K 7 ld yd IN n, Tim Cravens, drove to Rev, C. y Louisville Times and News IS. 1 yd TN Eldridge Montgomery, has come back from Garrard county and has moved to his farm and will make a crop this year, and then teach school, Eldridge is one of our good teachers. Miss Alda McKinley, is quite sick this week. Owen Lawless, got one of his horses legs broke the other day, he was driving across the creek at Liberty church and it fell on a rock in the creek. I want my friends to come to Oak Grove to the Easter meeting and help me a little with your monoy, I want to get the church painted this spring. Mr. Oler Bloyed and Miss Vir-di- e Selby, were married last Sun day, Rev. Edward Aron officiated, good luck to you is the wish of your many friends. Long Shepherd, Tarter, were calling on friends here Monday. Mr. J. B. Wade and wife, visit ed the latters parents, Mr. amj Mrs. S. D. Foley, a few days last week. Messrs. Dee and Estell Tarter, passed through here one day last week. Quite a large crowd met at Jerico Sunday, for the purpose organizing Sunday school. i ' , Ozark. March weather still prevails and no farm work is being done, Miss Annie Reynolds is im-- 1 i i F. Breeding's the third Sunday 7K night and were married. ys. Mr. Walter Sullivan, left a few days ago for Somerset where he ice. The general belief is that lots has accepted a position as brak-e- r. of wheat land will have to go to Mr. Joseph Pierce, Jr. a stud-- ) corn and oats as the wheat is killed, or believed to be, Far--0 entoftheL. W. T. S. who has mers are finding themselves a been confined to his room for1 month behind with their work. two weeks was carried home ' L. It is not worth while to comment Sunday afternoon. on prices as every consumer Mr. Grover Bryant and Mr. knows they are extremely high. Dick Bryant's daughter, werej At Lowest Cut Rate Prices 1 see a letter from Mason City married by Rev. J. M. Pierce in the News some time ago where Sunday afternoon. A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner the writer a Mr Morrison, quot-o- f Mr. H. J. Conover, left last ed the cifcy as .having 23,000 in- - Thursday for 111. Laxative Bromo Quinine Per Box habitants, I have known the vii- " " LaxativejTablets Mr. W. O, Bryant, remains Singley age for a number of years and Hills Cascara Quinine about the same. the" last census report gives a Weeks Break a Cold Tablets Mr. G. R. Redmon, bought of little less than 1900. ' " " Nyals Mr. Mathew Leach one hog. A. D. S. " ' " Price unknown. Olga. "'" Rexal $4.50. TIN ys yt-- aeKaeKaei$ P vcrything In The Drug Line i J 19c loc 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c Street. The sick folks seem to be on the point of recovery at this time. Some have undergone a severe attack of pneumonia. Rev. J. S. Wade, has returned from the Baptist theological seminary at Louisville, where he had gone to better prepare himself for the realities of life. Prof. A. G. Coffey, of Ono, the popular music teacher, held a singing at Clear Spring, last White, Mrs. Etta Montgomery, work. A Saturday night and Sunday fol- Misses Annie Montgomery, Mary Lee Turpen, Mary Montgomery, lowing. j I ' proving slowly. The farmers are taking advan- - W. Royse one calf for $15. who! tages of the few beautiful days Aunt Meeky Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs' G. R. Redmon, is 73 years old, is able to do all just past, and are' pushing the attended a birthday dinner at her wor and walks as straight farm and garden work. Mr Martin Redmons Iasfc Thurs as a gin 10. Our beloved county Supt. day. wife visit- - Robert Antle, can be seen movMr. Lorn Kell and Mr. S. M. Roy. is slowly imed at Josh Montgomery Sunday, ing about the farm with renew- - proving. Mr. Porter Barger and wife ed interest, he is going to be a Mr. H. Judd, of Columbia, were visiting Jake Gabbert's fam winer this season, was at this place last Tuesday. ily Sunday. J W. .Wright, our Deputy Co., Creelsboro. a r nni. court clerk is building a new nf fV,o lected at thehome of R. B.Reeves 'house near Olga Success to him , Perrvman Br03. have recentIy Friday. The day was pleasantly and his many admirers. put up & telephone box in their spent and the dinner enjoyed by Mr. James M. Helm, Supt. o$lhome all. Those present were: Mrs. bunday school at Union Chapel, Mr Julon Long, of Owensby, Marier Powell, Mrs. Meeky and Leander Loy Treasurer, are was in town last Monday, and Montgomery, Mrs. Nannie Lee very faithful in their school staying Monday night with Mr. , Mr. J. M. Wilson, ; sold to S. Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion " Nyals Cod Liver Oil Wine Rexal Emulsion A. D. S. Vinol Bottle 50-1- 00 42-8- 3c 100 89c 50c 83c 83c 1.00 j Write us for Quotations o ! CITY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth & Jefferson LOUISVILLE, KY no.-crhnr- , j U. G. HARDWiCK. Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 W. C. Dalton. INCORPORATED 1889 Purdy. j Some farmers have their crops already made by wind work, but when it comes to the real thing, .some are lacking in elbow grease. Foley & Foley bought 30 barrels of corn, of Finis Franklin at $3 Messrs. Milton Powell and Bud and Josh Montgomery. At last the new Clear Spring school house is completed, a good house. We can only blame R.B. Reeves with it. j Mrs. Sallie Curry, who has been on the sick list is very much improved. Well Mr. Taylor I did want to per barrel. John McKinney came through say something to you or for you? this country a few days ago tak- I believe you are' right on the ing orders for the Kansas City school question. My letter is Star. getting too long and as this is my Dallas Wade has been on his first one I guess I better call a father's farm overseeing some halt or the waist basket will get property. l Colby, the little son of Mr. Willie Rice, was badly burned one day last week. Born, to the wife of Mr. Henry Willis, a son. Mr. J. H. Morris and family, were visiting at Mrs. W. B. Cur- - table. ry's lasfc Sunday. Mr. Frank Arton and Miss Mrs. Bettie Willis condition Beluah Smith, were joined in remains about the same. holy wedlock last week, Rev. R. Mr. W. B. Curry is making A. Withan officiating. . fc t Mr. Abe Garner, is fencing a good deal of his farm this spring. Health in this community is very good at present. Mrs Minnie Ramsey, who has been visitihg in Rock House Bottom for some time returned home last week. who ,rf fQr In wmie a short time back, is again plac ing his feet under his fathers DEALERS IN ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 TfflRTeeNTft-MftlN. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBB1NO WORK. SOLICITED i - -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - ., isi- -' ( &., , v.rc -- . THE ADAIR COUNTY NKWS Hagan, Ga. March 26, 1912. j 3 kV Editor News: Not having had the pleasure of being at the excellent little town Breed to the best string-- of Stock in Kentucky for the Least Money Columbia for quite a while, I concluded to write your -' date and progressive paper some items in regard to the "Sunny to so see to it that he is. elected. South" where I have been teach- - county musical convention last- All that now remains is the seing for the pass three months. ing all day with dinner on the lection of some good man for the On Friday the 22nd day of De- - ground and at which many splen- - vice oresident. cember of last year, I closed a did seiections of vocal music are Somebody raised the window large scnooi m uasey county, ana rendered. at the Wild Onion school house on Monday following (Christmas Projbably some of vour readers Friday night and stole the supply Jy 5LEFj& jj?pWfclwrj&irtrfiiiZ 3JffiTfir"JhZ. JflflHPIa BL&?V "1B" day) boarded the train at More-- , and especially the teachers of of red ink. The indentity of the land for Georgia, "The Empire AdaiFf would be pleased to have thief is not known, but let Raz btate of the South, arriving something on the public school Barlow get tanked up on red ink . j? . rti.- -i ihere on Wednesday, and began system or tnis oiate. T many in and ne is one of the finesfc scribes teaching on January 8, in Tatt-ua- ll respects the method of conduct-- , jn tni--s secti0n. county, about sixty miles ing the public schools here and' . ,, ., T. w Aixutl ,, .AUCLCU JUiill io Qvnon,oA southwest of Savannah, three in Kentucky are similar. An now any day. He left Tickville miles from a railroad station and aplicant to teach must pass a , , , M usual f f on a rural mail route. written examination in spelling, fchis pJace and .f he does nofc This is a fine agricultural sec- reading, writing, arithmetic, nexfc fgw tion for the South, and the cli- grammer, composition, fieogra-- , reach here mn days the puWic wm CQme tQ mate is mild, only one or two phy,civil government, physiology conclusion that he has been little skiffs of snow having fall(and also civics, his- - ,ayed by SQme unforsesn drcum. en this winter, which disappear- tory and common school law oyer wWch he ed in a very short time. An ex pertaining especially to the State stance roj cessive amount of rain has fallen of Georgia) and to make a first Jefferson Potlocks, who raised: m this State during the past four grade license (certificate) the ap ' months a period of the heaviest plicant must make a general a fine crop of broom corn last rainfall for a number of years. average grade of at least 90 per season, has finished the work of Spring has now arrived, vegeta- cent, and this grade determines making it up into brooms, and: startedwith a wagon load of tion is putting forth rapidly and the by thei fVlPTn amount paid "fnr TVnnr1or-iHr.i AW J.1M1VAW1UU1U11 TVinrcoir XilUlLllJUV" xanners are iuusy preparing uieir ,cf!)f0 nor mnnfli tn Lhe land for the present crop. Cot- -' teachers. The salary paid morning' When in the proxi Vw i n a Vllf AT Tk fvIr . . . rf r ""1 ID LUC nttiMAinnl ULUp, tlllt) Ui u"c VJimicl' "cc LU1J. yLLimiycll a ullue: by the State is usually supple-1"1- " being a fine section for this thelthe mule ran awa and swePfci mentedby the patrons of staple crop. They raise a great Tl IIS !c!cLraicu y oj.yq Stallion W'll make the present season ( 9 2) at our barn at Rcley, Ky.. for the sum oft respective districts in proportion uuw'1 U11C lUflUW1 aveiai mueb fchey could be stPPed-patroniz- $12.00 for a maie colt,' or ? 10.00 for a horse colt. Rex Paull is rcgi ...ed 2928 in the American Saddle Horse Breeding deal of the "sea island" the to the total number of days they'before Association. finest grade which is placed on "Hogwallow Kentucky, the school. The great- -' DESRIPTiON: Rex Paull is 6 hinds high, a dark bay, with fine mane and tail. He is 5 years old and weighs the market, and bears much the est obstacles in the way of the 195 pounds. best prices. It is raised only in Almost a Miracle. progress of the schools are non-- ! Rex Pauil has defeated mote Stallions in the Fairs, - .i show horse, than any other horse in this part of the State. South Carolina, Florida and attendance, irregular attendance ' One of the most startling changes His colic won the blues over the colts of four counties. His celts i!c.n months old, 700 pounds, and is Mi hands Georgia, the latter State producoccasionally want of suff- ever seen in any man, according to W. hgh. and B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex., was efing over three-fourtof all this icient We insure all ccltb to get up and suck. Ltan retained or. si' c.Iu A'l care taken to prevent accidents, but not text books, pretty much fected years ago in his brother. "He ' should a::y occur. kind of cotton that is raised in the same as in our Kentucky had such a dreadful cough," he writes, "that all our family thought he was our country. So much cotton schools. People must learn that going into consumption, but he began KL YC OC 'Tv was raised here last year that in order to get good results from to use Dr. King's New Discovery, and who is a combined saddle and harness horse, At the same time crd place we will offer !hr so. v! of Roy..! planters have had much trouble by the public schools, they must pat- - was completely cured well ten bottles. nine years old, a model in form and action. He b the t:c of some of the uest colts in Adair county. He will be permitNow he is sound and and weitrhs and expense to get it picked,pay-in- g ronize them fully and regularly, ' 218 pounds. For many years our family ted to serve mares for 7.00 This is arare opporlin't:-i.- j 'j;eed t3 thw H5;sc, a; you will probably never have another unusually high prices in and encourage their children in has used tlu"s wonderful remedy for chance to breed for this small fee. He was si.cd by Old Peacock, owned by Thompson Bros., Lebanon, Tenn. His first Coughs and Colds." It's quick, safe dam ,. . many instances for picking. He will stand on lhe insure plan, the money due when the was Capt. Harper's blooded mare, by Young Clipper their Studies. reliableand guaranteed. Price f0 cents Some have just recently finished Trial bottle free at Paull colt is foaled or mare parted with, or traded or sold. A a ionc as a laree DrODOSition and $1.00 picking. The land is somewhat of the children in our public Dru& csandy and is easily culivated, and schools ail to attend any at an, s Morse Getting WeI1? Will make the present season, (1912) at our stable at Roley at $8.00 to insure a living colt all right. d with a favorable season it those who do attend are ir--I BEAUCHAMP is 8 years old, 15 i hands high, black with mealy points, heavy bone and muscle. Beauchamp duces fine crops of corn and oats, regular in their daily attendance, photograph of Charles W. hasproven himself to be one of the best mule Jacks in this part of the State, imparting size and style to his gels. His mules and is a favorable climate on we never can hope tO See any Morse taken in a Steamer chair were among the best in the county last year, and brought top prices, stock. Large quantities o guano thing like proper grading done, Beauchamp was sired by Ben McFarland's fine Jack and his dam was a well bred Jennet by John McFarland's 16 upon the deck of a Mediterranean ,, , I, in fertilizing the crops. are d satisfactory progress made! steamer is going the rounds of nana J acK t . .1 I. K1 uwmg to me level lay or cne :n tup LL.A.J hranr-con is f money uue ioaieu, nfu press with an "underline' tn nrvpnr nrrinpntc wnennnt Krpnnnm p mare ureuI.10 ouia muck, uoucu ui- -icmuvcuif-uuui -uciguuoruoou. All care taken anv nrrilr. snniiin mir land generally, and the sandy stud It seems in some ln" the effect that the former con-- ; : nature of the soil, it is an easy stances that a compulsory educa virr: ranidlv rpnnvprino- - frnm I t-- nn r . . . .1 .1 mi i t. t rr ror a mare cou or. oj.uu tor a is l ri . r i 1 n s nne jacx win mase me present season ai me same piace, ai . 4 Ar. . up-toj j , i tions, and they appear to be putting forth their best efforts in elevating the standard of the moral and spiritual life of the people to whom they minister. Many people take delight in vo- cal music, and once every three months classes from various parts of the county meet at some designated point and hold a Washington Hocks is recuperating from an overdose of rough-on-rat- s, which he took by mistake for salve a few nights ago and is able to sit up at the eating table with his clothes on. The editor of the Tickville Tidings has declared for Bryan in the Presidential race and intends j f If - - , ' j n v i i 1 x Z em 1 RKX PAULL 1 e I 1 a-- hs j i ROYAL P -- re-'coci:- . ( I j I j - HEAUCI (AMP pro-ian- j I w 1 I 1 1 . i l .JJ , ! matter 4- - 1 mi, " to When roads are once put in first beneficial in securing better at class condition it is not difficult tendance. . . tn toAn them so with proner' M. i The fieome herd are auuiauicj work and good management, and kind &nd fche wHter has en. i& wen auppueu xiiib sectiuu splendidly. the his term in the penitentiary at t Atlanta. nlU .l ,Tiit nan. uua nonnnill illonh'nn Ta ,, v. itrill puui. u Itmilort nnmk.r nf m.. att t.v pel. UIUUIIJ, ui a icasuii- ..n O tjiuuiv ..rill kiiro mtr picuiiuii uiiuiiuuui iitaiiivu uuuiuui ui iijatco ' is not possible to ten irom a able nrice for grain. it . photograph whether Mr. Morse is actually recovering. If he is joyed winter with rail roads, and this county With kindest regards and best' getting well he will have to live j Casey Creek, Ky. r Swishes for the welfare'and hap. : somewhere beyond the boundari nasw:w tuie; """". . . . , . Tt , roaa towns, oavannan is tnei. . t. hmessor tne people or Aaair i;esoi ms wwu cuuuuy m uiuei lu formed a direct response to mob themselves if Col. Roosevelt's Rccall of Delegates. great cotton market of this part : pmnv his rprnrn to hpalth. Tn 1.. am yours sincerely. policies should be adopted, al- of the South, more than two rue this country he would be contin- Samuel L. Coffey. ." million bales having been bought uuiu nut icissomewnac aimcuit to as ually branded and bounded, oo' UpinNicholas county there ib ,. f R. R. N. 1. Hagan, Ga. , , : necessarily be so violent.-Fra- nk-' U t wiiuie-Sal. u :il u tnere tins season, iviusl .1.1 e . a faker who whined his way out afootanagitationilj behalf of re. " houses from which the relcnoias county except uy tnt. ot it wnen convictea ot crime. 4.u .,nt.ao ka,1CQ fV.onnn. Hogwallow News. of this section tail merchants The Roundup. His lot would not be an enviable dition of the turnpikes is not as slow processes of law and by buy their goods are located at one. There are, however, many good as it was under the toll sys- - means of elections. It is possi-tePour p. .a. is the rainest hour either Savannah or Atlanta.'. The Blind Man from the Calf iDiaces in Eurone where an Am " which was abolished a num- -' ble to flisestablish a system ot of lhe wroie twenty. four. Goods retail at about the same RJbs section was over y to erican with money to spend can ber of years ago. The "curfew" rings in 3.QQ0 toH gates with dynamite, but not prices as in Kentucky, possibly a)see Cricket Hicks. be as carefree about the past as abolition of toll gates was to establish them There is The American snd Canadian towns'. little higher. Lemuel Henstep died this week an Easterner used to be in the by, and in many y any probability thac the senti- Tlong Kong has an American The leading religious denoma-tion- s in the Calf Ribs neighborhood, lawless West in its palmy days counties accomplished by, toll ment for toll gates will spread -! in Georgia are Methodists, Besides the earth he leaves two LT- - - MT i. TAl. , ai XMiue, meiiioiie, JMUiue uanu, gate raiding hy mobs who be from Nicholas county over Cen- ebuipped she factory. and Baptists, there being quite a children. A coin is in circulation on a$ Ostend or .Naples Mr. Morse m lieved in principles such as are tral Kentucky. The roads in number of the "Primitive Bapaverage for twenty-seve- n years Poke Eazfey has been sent to health and wealth could have a advocated by Col. Roosevelt in moat counties are better than called "Hardshell" tists," often The United Kingdom has about ' Bounding Billows by his wife af pretty good time. The joke his "Charter of Democracy." they formerly were. Had "free Baptists. It will be remembered 'thousand newspaa large wash kettle, which he would be upon President Taf t, The raiders more numerous than pikes" proven a failure, however twenty-fiv- e ' John Wesley and George ter that will have to pack home. Poke is who freed him. the owners of turnpikes.believed the raiders would have had to pers, Whitefield planted Methodism in her second husband. in the right of "the people" to content themselves with waiting There are 49,604 farms in this the United States first in GeorThe strange bulky object that You will look a good while before yoif rule directly and without repre- for the restoration of the toll country of more than a thousands-acre- s gia, and it has had a steady better medicine for coughs and each. they dyamited gates system by the actual majority. was seen moving along the road find a than Chamberlain's Cough Reme- sentation colds flourished, and is the growth, toward Hogwallow yesterday af- dy. It not only gives relies it cures. and burned, toll houses. In many The outlaws who smashed the A silver set was recently sold leading denomination. There ternoon has turned out to be Try it when you have a cough' or cold, cases the change of the system, gates were a majority of the ruf- in London said to haye been, and you are Certain to be pleased with are some good pulpit speakers nothing but Columbus Allsopand the prompt cure which it will effect. which would have come about in fians only, and not of the people. made from silver recovered from For sale by Paull Drug Co. due time without lawlessness, Such majorities wotld express the Armada. hex in each of these denomina- - his bassfiddle. 'xaiiiii - ... .tlOnaiiaWWeiieniOrceaWOUlQ Deion illnpC!c 1 r-- ; 1 Tip Pnntrarf-Pf- l rlnrino- - JL J t 3o.uu horse colt. Jeff is a coal black with white points, and heavy bone and muscle, This Jack has proven himself to be one of the finest breeders in the country. Stock men will do well to see this line of stock before breeding. T t- P 1-- h -- i 1 & .,,,.." , , I I .. -- i -- ! I w WOLFORD BROS. ! m ji.i .. .u,,,,,,,,, J m hard-accompanied j to-da- j ' j 1 j , I ADAIR LOUM'n rK Ml .free sugar and IE aDSOlUie JUSUCe to Liie uiucior million users of it in this coun- Published Every Wednesday !try. It has passed the House BY THE and is now pending in the Sen-- 1 Adair County News Company, ate. and instead of joining the ( Incorporated.) otvioll nloec intorocforl in irrnWincM ADAIR COUNTY HEWS favor beHeveJIgJIgppMMilJiJiPJiPiSSiliPliligiSiMSiSi , j I I '? 8 J AS kp- - T,. CHAS. S. HARRIS Editor.j ' in-wr- sugar-beet- s Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the pooplo Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Col umlila od class mall matter. ji Post-office and the few man. uf acturers who are extracting the sweetness from the tubes and an exorbitant price from the lHi5) fllk? nannla ' wo M Vinnp Plow? as .sec- - I trust and he- - VVTVZ 'lievethat the Senate will take ; "THE VU LCA N" What s the Best, Heaviest and Cheapest WED. APRTL.. 10. 1912, It is a just similar action as has the House. principle and 'good, wholesome public policy to shift I Wire Drs. Hess & J $ V. i Democratic the burden of taxation, whether direct or indirect, from the toiling masses to the readers of luxFor President ury. Why should Kentucky SCAR W. UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. farmers ask a tax on the prod- ucts they are compelled to buy? Until conditions, events and why should the beet growers time place another's name at the j ana manufacturers expect us to head of our columns, Oscar W. be more generous than themUnderwood, the greatest leader selves? If free sugar will rethe Democracy ever had in Con- duce the profits of those engaaed gress, is our candidate for in putting sugar on the market, 15 certainlv the Di'ice will be re- duced to the many who buy. Oscar W. Underwood is our j Kentucky farmers will not at- - tt a few 9 choice for the Democratic nomi- - tempt to obstruct the passage of nation for President and if Ken- the bill. tucky Democrats would give him their votes in the convention it Republican Convention. probably make him our would National leader and he would days a Back in our school-bo- y lead as effectively and loyally as question for debate in the literhe is now doing in Congress He ary societies was, "Which is the if, not only a native of this State more powerful, the sword or the but a statesman of broad views pen." whose keen foresight of events In view of the Republican con and conditions thoroughly qualivention which was held here fies him for the most important Saturday, we will suggest anoth position in the welfare of our "Which is the more powergovernment. He is a Democrat er: ful, noise, or silence?" who believes in the people, who We will know in a day or two is using" his great talents to adhow the district convention revance their interests and if electgards the question. ed President would give the In the convention Saturday, clearest and most wholesome serRoosevelt men lined up for vice the country has ever had. the voice, pandemonium or some- While a candidate for the chief ' fViinrr stollar? w annfrhor name, magistracy of the countrv.yet he . reigned, and would not dotvn r j i. ir nh ms nnsr.i. nr nnrv nprnrrmno- even for any number of raps of his sworm duties. Others are , , touring the country m Pullman While this was at its height, Cars but Underwood is battling men using their "fny fho normlp aoraincf fho an. the Roosevelt lungs with shouts and cries that croachment of special and favor . almost lifted the roof of our hall ed interests. No hired emissar-- 1 . . r, mm ot justice, rnree or iour m lait 3 ies are scouring the country in his men gathered on the stand, and interest, no congressional direc , held a whispered conference tions are emitted to place the i airman nf thp nrm- - Ai sweet . . in the ... ... irtnH ir lappel of his ambition, but the ,. something to him, if they did, .,. rpnmntr rmnlif ornrprnl lomn. , . .. ; the convention of four or five . p.rats arp Inokino-o?n anmiratmn . . 'hundred Republicans did not or ms magnificent hghts and tell-- 1 . . nr .nova nrhovc 'know it, or what it was. No anwo tr.fr , nouncement was made to the ,.' .. ! Ticket. Fence" lie inencan 99 What's the Best Stock and Poultry Tonic? Clark's Remedies. S SI 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. A A. ! ( 9 A A 9 A A. 9 A A.V CA k 44 AV 9 A AT 9 A A,9 9 A 19 J kv A " 7J 9 v Jr T & i j wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Prices Sell Goods 1 Low Prices 4 have just returned from the Louisville and Cincinnati markets, where I purchased a nice line of goods. In order to convince you that my prices are right I will name you a few specials. I will sell you Calicos at 4 and 5c. Dress Gingham as low as 6c, good Bleach Domestic 7 and 7c, Brown Domestic as low as 5c. I have a fine selection of dress goods, also Laces, Embroideries, Yoking, Banding, etc. I -- f j I ! fa I have a big line of Shoes and Slippers. I handle the American Gentlman and American Lady, made by Hamilton Brown, St. Louis. They are as good as money can buy. Also the Penitentiary line, the best Cheap Shoe in Kentucky. n . I sell the Waldo Shirts, bought direct from the factory, there is well-know- i rif-V- i for-get-me-n- I I 4- TVT-- - JV i 4 no better made, both work and dress shirts. You will find my stock of Hats large and prices right. I have quite a lot of $2.00 Hats I can sell you for $1.50 while they last, also bargains in cheaper grades. CLOTHING You will find a good stock and prices right. Remember I have the exclusive sale on O'Bryan Overalls, one of the best lines ever made. Don't fail to you, see-m- y ten cent counters, they will surprise n i?it-i"nm-c ... . . .... . nnnnnnf Jnn rn irnfo TTOC nan Ol i&j whose powers are strong, but, fel- . G mere was any it was uununeu ,. low Democrats, name the equal of j ,, wwu- to tne iiuey ur iuur. Underwood in solving and dis man, so far as is known, sub-- ; JL sipating the troubles that exact .!.- -. 1 ii.l.J uu tue cumcu- III tribute from the common people mitteu notiiiug tion. He rapped, but spoke no to the favored few. Underwood, word. He was silent. if nominated would draw like a The noise finally subsided save magnet and would defeat any a random yell here and there, man named by the opposition. delegates, instructing them for and then it was announced not The Republican Convention This nffipp i. in roinr of a k n,Q kllUlllllUU n-' was silpnhv, held in the court house last Sat-- ! t"e &x-- .r resident. . ... .. .... 1. ..... ivv,l, Vi. U UJf l,H airmnI letter from Mr. F. B. Robertson, but by a member of the conven- - urday was largely attended, and The flood in the Mississippi Calhoun. K v.. Secretnrv nf th tion. that resolutions had been more interest manifested in the! Valley did untold damage. Col society of Equity for the State, j adopted, delegates appointed, selecting of delegates than umbus and Hickman Kentucky! convention had been ad-- 1 narily occurs. The convention were almost destroyed, the loss that Kentucky farmers and the was called to order by Mr. W. to property along the river to , use their influence to prevent the 'journed. passage of a bill placing sugar on Of all that great assemblagei a. Coffey, county chairman, and Memphis being millions of dolthe free list. This request is what was in the resolutions, who Dr. L. C Nell was declared elect-mad- e lars Congress made an approin the interest of sugar were appointed delegates, for ed chairman of the convention. priation to aid the sufferers, the Jseet growers, and emanates from t whom instructions were given, Many protests were heard, and amount being several hundred 'the State of Wisconsin. The'f if any were given, was only from that time until the conven- -' thousand of dollars. News does not believe in a pro- - known to the three ofVfour. was declared adjourned con Mr. Roosevelt wants the nective tariff. It does not be- - It is reported on the streets, if usjon reigned. The convention rule but his greatest apV lieve in protecting one class at that Taft was the big fish drawn seected delegates favorable ' to Jrition seems to be that he wants, .the, expense and detriment of an- - at the Conference on the judges jpresident Taft, though but few to be.chief director. .other. It does not advocate tak- stand. , .,-were aware of it until; it was r t blunders and failures ing the necessities of life, and Well, well, to the thinking Re- over. The Roosevelt followers Tsft's publicans of the councy it, doubt- were thoroughly disgusted with are now being presented as his sugar has become one of the indispensable articles of consump- less, looks a little tragic to the the proceedings, held the second chief virtues its funny" if not) B. convention, named a bunch of tion. So, to speak plainly, we Democrats it is amusing. I ,u x-- Ji m ( 4 4 J W. I. INGRAM. I i 1.1-- i- - 4 &$9"&&$&Q$898'Q$Bs9 ordi-asking W- - , iiiiini && m mmmmmmm ' Attention! This is your opportunity if you want Send - j The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only'TWO DOLLARS. ; 't,-o- n peo-ple- to to keep. up with' the procession. name! address 'and money to I ! - , The News, ; Columbia, Ky. -- Immmmmmm m mmmmmmm V I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS " ,.1. - t Makes Home Baking Easy E Christian Church of which P. H. Wei shimer is pastor The church building Feb. The , is new and was dedicated in church building is unique and is unlike any I have ever seen. 'The outside of the building is square with a great-domin the center. There are T2 rooms in the building besides the main auditor ium. It will accommodate 3."00 in the Bible School. On the Sunday morning j that I was there 2IS4 were in attend- ance in the Bible School. It said to be the largest school in the world. The ' main auditorium seats 2500 people There were 1750 in the great Biblt Class that morning. This class re- mains in the auditorium and is taught e ' ness to Lieht. (which we'honeto teln about in our'next letter ) We left for Canton Ohio 240.mi!es North East, to attend the "BibleSchool of Methods." The Institute was held in the first v Q ri4 t mf rv e rt j & 5s ' ' ! In order to make room for other grades of Buggies we "are '. Dy cne inspira ion to K I i self. in It is certainly an that. It is Jn s No other aid to the housewife a great school like be M run with such order and system that Pj$ is so great, no other agent so These for one WL uj you would not think of the real useful and certain in making of it by just being in the $k i main auditorium The beginers the tfj delicious, wholesome foods buggy spring. Primaries, and Juvenile classes never come in the main auditorium at anv j) . .. ...... Vy I & timA hiir. ji rpmilnr ihiinl thptnsplvpK.., St- It V..W. .......... v. V A Wff KUK.B 14 . V BD 9 w..--7"aTrrr irwiTtnaai . w Til - jI o Xfli Tl HSH with superintendent, teachers, just as CQl SStSS Mft made from ly j though it" was a separate school. They begin at 9 o'clock. The Orchestra be- - fQl gins at 8:40 and at i, the Supt. rings by j jm the touch of an electric button the bells P in each room and the school is ready for the recrular ODeninc services. The jR alternating reading and prayer and song Hfc services are conducted as other schools, i and are brief, then follows a violin y SU1U, itlLtr WHICH UUi Slgllttl IS glVtll l) touch of the same as before montioned and all the school begins the recitation j Miss Annie Dixon, who has been together. x Why He Was Lgtc. They have 30 minutes fcr recitation visiting relatives and friends iu Colum bia, left for home Friday morning then the mens classes come back to ' "Whit made you so late?" "I m tSmithson." She was accompanied as for as auditorium, the reports are all made to Mrs. Nannie Flowers is quite sick. "Weil, that is no reason whi you Louisville by her aunt Mrs Bettie the Sect., and handed to the Supt. and reports to the school, should be an hour late getting home to Montgomery is spending a Butler. he announces the Mr. Byron few days at home. Miss S. Lew- The following is report of last Sunday supper." Miss Ella Holroyd and by "I know, but I asked him how he was morning. Attendance 2484, Offerings Chewning was with his is, teachers in Russell' Creek Baptist Mr. B. F. feeling, and he insisted on telling me Academy. Campbellsviile, were visit- $74.60, No. in main class 1750 They family here Sunday. about his stomach trouble." ing here last Saturday and Sunday. are aiming to reach 8000 attendance in "Did you tell him to take Chamber Mr. A. B. Gowdy, Campbellsviile, They were accompanied by Miss Irene a few months. The School of- Methlain's Tables? visited here last week. Squires, who is a pupil in the same ods was a success. There were Bible 'Sure, that is what he needs." Sold School men from 14 states. The local Mr. J. W. Thompson has been very school. attendance was good, and while the by Paull Drug Co, , sick for several days Rev. J. W. Weldon returned last "School of Methods" is a new enterj very interesting The residents of Milltown thought at Miss Lura Smith has returned from ! week. He preached a prise it will go. We returned to sermon last Sunday forenoon. Sunday one time they would have to flee to the Louisville and Indianapolis. evening Rev. R. E Stevenson filled his Cincinnati Monday to spend a few more "pints," as Russell's creek was higher days seeing the World,of which we will at that place than ever before known. Columbus Pickett is visiting in pulpit, de ivering a verj helpful Mr. and Central City. tell you all we can in our next. Louisville It is said that Mr. J R Tutt had to Z T.Williams. enter his store through the back door. ' will leave today Judge W. W. Jones court. for the Taylor circuit The "World in Cincinnati" and w Air. B. T. Marshall was here from Other THings. Campbellsviile last Saturday. I left Columbia Tuesday morning! Mr. JohnD. Lowe returned Saturday trip to Nashville March, 26, to visit the "World in Cin- -' from a business ' cinnati" and to attend' "The Bible! Mr. Pierce, who is in the revenue School of Methods" in Canton Ohio. service, was at home last Saturday. When I left Columbia at 2 o'clock in Geo. H. Gowdy, President of the the moruing there was just one passen- Mr. AA va Turnpike Company, was here last Thurs- ger beside myselr, but at tne onage day. there were four more came aboard, two Messrs. W. G. Burchetti and H. M. children and two grown people. Then April 12th, we will offer to Cash On Smith, Font Hill, were here last Satur- at Cheatham bridge one more came day. aboard, and later on another woman and buyers, Special Prices in all Depart-men- ts Camp Mrs. J. R- - Crawford will return from baby, and before we arrived at of you come was not stanaing room We a visit to Lexington and Louisville this bellsviile there hack, t it teen passengers an in the afternoon. see for yourself, how low we told were on board when we arrived. Mr. Tim B. Cravens returned from a We were on good time fora breakfast selling goods. These prices for business trip to Campbellsviile Friday at the hotel run by Dohoney & Rice. morning. It was refreshing after the long ride tot Judge W. W. Jones and Mr. Jas. T. enjoy a good morning meal, We were Page were in Campbellsviile a day or aboard on tirte for Lebanon and Louis two last week. ville. We had the pleasure of the com 89c. $1.1 5 Quality 36 in. Black Taffeta Silk pany of Mr. Mc Goode on the train Mr. Press Miller visited, last week, his A special discount on all Colored Silks and we most of the way to Louisville. We ar sister, Miss Mary, who is in school at have a large assortment. rived in Louisville on time, and remain Bowling Green. ed there until 1:30 and left for Cincin n 8c 12ic Lawns, all new desirable patterns Mr. J. F. Patteson, of the firm smoky city at t ( i. Louisville nati, and arrived in the Ahc 61 c &. Denney, was in the 4:30. We found our way to Dr. Almond 21c last week, market 27c extra quality 9-- 4 Bleach Sheeting Jones' at whose horns we were hospital-l' Brown 19c 25c Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Rice, Holmes, received and entertained while in the vipitPd Mrs. Rice's sister, Mrs. Mary i city. We soon called up our daughter. 6c Apron Check Ginghams Sallie, who is in "The Conservatory of T. Harvey, last Monday. 6c Standard Prints (big assortment) 4k m Sarah Barker, mother of Mrs Music" and she came over to see us, 25c Buster Brown Hosiery, all Colors, all sizes, Ores Barger, who has been quite sick, and had an evening of good things in Men's, Ladies and Childrens, Friday only 20c pr socially. There are four of the Jones has very much improved. 22c pr 35c Ladies "Everwear ' Hosiery (Tans only boys in Cincinnati now. Dr. R L. Miss Mattie! Mrs. Sallie Williams and 9c pr 15c Childrens "Black Beauty" Hose size 5 to 9 Jones is running a soap factory, and is Williams, mother and sister of Mrs J. doing a fine business He has invented 30c Men's Balbriggan Underwear all sizes T. Barbee, Jr., visited here last week. a soap pressing machine and also a 19c . per garment H. C. Hindman and Mr. M. R stamping machine by which he is enabled Mr. 75, 60 & 50c Mens fine guage. sea Island underYarberry, who are in the revenue ser- to place an indilable advertiseir ent of kny 45c wear all sizes, per garnent vices, spent several days of last week business firm's on the soap that remains as long as there is any of the cake-lefin Columbia. $1.25 "Fountain" or "Cluett" shiits asstd sizes and every thing is favorable they can this morn- When styles e a $ .10 Rev. J. R. Crawford left press and stamp 60,000 cakes per day. ing to attend Presbytery at Lancaster. He is manufacturing the soap pres-ser- s $1.00 Fountain shirts targe assortment, all sizes 80c He will return in time for his Sunday and selling at $l each Dr R L On that day we will make a special sale price on appointments. Jonet? has also invented a wrapping maall Mens, Ladies and Childrens low cut shoes we Q. P. SMYTME r Rw. J. R. Keen and chine for wrapping y est cakes which from the best have all the new Lasts and Leathers tit t ..nr morn Vioro from Rurkes will bring him a good income some day for Factories. to the Republi j jt does me a great deal of good to see ville Monday, en route our Adair county boys amounting to can State Convention. In order to reduce our large stock of Mens, Boys FIRE INSURANCE ill G. W. something m the world. Dr. R L special cash and childrens clothing we will give a MrG P. Smytne aim Mr. he and certainly a gen.ous, and down the throat oi a "capey" will represent the Roose- - Jones is discount of 10 per cent on every sale made in our looks after his friends when they came vett chicken destroys tho worm Corbin convention, REAL ESTATE clothing room that day. to Cincinnati. He gave me several and saves the chick's life. A left for that point Monday. r,H tnofc Afornrtu;io few drops In the driaklnsr wat .. HUM 111 IHJ J.uwvu.w.'ww, IlltC CURES and Mr. J no. F. Shaw, who travels out oi me to his boarding place and entertain Friday, April 12th, Rememjber and who has many friends in ed me one night in a royal way. Dr. PREVENTS GAPES Nashville, . barwhite diarrhoea, roup, cliolesa Columbia and in Adair county, spent 'Almond Jones who married a niece-of.No one should fail to be at the Parlor and other chick diseases. our midst. writer lives in Liberal Kansas hut ,the last Sunday in j Circle this (Tuesday, night and Satur...4l: Cincinnati for the present perfect- is in Bottle of - ..v One day night. Pictures of special Messrs. W. A. Coffey, M. C. Win- ing an invention of his that may prove I .V! frey, A D Patteson, Dr. L. O. Nell quite useful and profitable tootsorne an3 Hon. M. R. Yarberry will attend day. J, Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. ... i 'fk ii the District and State Republican conIt is a machine to regulate and con' Every poultry raiser should keep a tottio' oi Quite a number of th e Lindsey-)Vil-so- u for vention. this medicine, on hand. Writeawls free sample trol the speed of automobiles and other pupils went home to spend Easter. and Booklet on "Diseases of Address complicated invert NQN6N REMEIT CISfAHY, leihcfH. ft. MissLelia, daughter of Mr. Tilford machinery. It is a Scientists think it will be a Sold by Rodgers, of Dickson, Tenn., who has tion but the envention,. Born, to the wife of Finis Harvey, visiting her aunt and family, Mrs. success and prove a valuable in Cincin: PAULL DRUG CO. been After spending a few days the 8th inst., a son. fr- R. Myres,-o- f this city, returned to Columbia, W. nati seeing the Pageant or from J)ark- "her home last week-- preacner Mr. weisnimer Him- -- O. B offering our regular $72.50, strictly high grade work, at $60.00. We are also making the same reduction on the same s gradebuggies with rubber tires. are rare bargains any contemplatin chasing a Investigate. this pur 8 V w-... II Ia M, H w IT ... r Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime j Phosphates W fi?Snijr7yfi!ra Personal Reed Hardware Company. New Moddefs in American Lady Corsets sec V. L. WALKER ! Mmm) tw ItliSS ' I if mm siiiv Friday' Friday, SPECIAL Sale 1 cMm It, iMim n V SSS Cut our store. ask to and just are are FRIDAY ONLY Pat-teso- y 4c t. 1 -- t r jgraigiiii" ONE mv wtirat --- and the date, don't miss this opportunity to secure gains. 1 -- ...... 50c BourbonPouItry Cure -- , ROSSELL & CO. -- N x Uff .tffc .. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People tleman was well pleased, but he wanted some change. After LOCUST trying a number of the merchants and failing to get it, he walked into Union Bank and his bills and Age has its attractions no less than properties that strengthen the stomach. Presented One of ' youth in a more serene and quieter life. Urni?rs,; ' asked for change. The cashier, But it is this very life of rest without it sufficient exercise that brings with in- pie use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. being Very bUSy With 3. CUStOmer, those' disorders that arise from , activity. Chief of these are a chronic, Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm. Newbern. Tenn., persistent constipation. and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky.,- the Prenial DOOK keeDer COUnted . Most elderly people are troubled in sav thev take it at regular interway, with accompanying symptoms this belching, rapidity drowsiness after eating, EK general gd Sthbut'XtThy out his change with the of headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is difficulty of digesting do now you win do weii to always of one accustomed to handling . . . oven light food. Much mental trouble have a bottle of it in the house. It is money, and pushed it toward the ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable good for aii the family. remedy. First of all the advice may be of this Anyone wishing to make a given that elderly people should not use remedv before buying it in trial regular old gentleman, Who gazed IOr a the salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters way of a druggist at fifty cents or one or anv of the more iolent purgatives. a large Dottie (ramny size; can moment at tne pne ana men "What they need, women as well as men, dollar n 1.A..A IkntllA cfinr TA n A Mnrnn I I - GROVE - STOCK - FARM PNEUMONIA very weak. T had spells when 1 coi I hardly breathe or speak for 10 to U minutes. My doctor could noth( ' me, but 1 was cc mpletely cureu ' j .... i i DR. KiSlG'S Slew Discovery Mrs. ' J. E. Cox, Jolitt, III. S1.00 AT ALL DRLGGISTS. 50c AND i i one is a mild laxative tonic, acts that is without pleasant to take and yet griping. The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toiic T free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. C. D. said: Crenshaw SURGEON f "Young man, are you sure it's all there?" book-keepe- VETERINARY then stood The patiently by while the old man ' laboriously counted the tens, the mes. rhe the twos- UlUlUtlUtUiUUltUiUUUUtUUiUlUitUUttUUtlUUUiUUUlUUU:fiTM halves, tne quarters, tne dimes, r the nickels and even coppers. (finally he looked up and said: fr "Yes, it's all right; but you be gE careful, young man; it just is BE right." Whitesburg News. book-keep- er ; I The Adair County News and Both One Year for i.50. "Count for yourself," said the "I think you'll r.' Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at my Barn. RAVBiN BIRD Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Special Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he byiKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie. by Old Fistulo, gicai worn Courier-Journ- al find it right." Attnetin uone at lo Eyes Nat Brown 81. ' Lewis S The great Green River Merchan- dise Distributor, has just Received a Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - H i Which he ing, Shoes &c. is offering at Popular prices, 3 3 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. Sugarjl5 lbs for one dollar $6.25 Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for 4.75 j2 Best Pattent Flour per bbl 4.25 3 Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It wrIFpay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers 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, w hich 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 iranner. You will note from his breeding that he has Farm News. for his sire the famous old Red Biifl. who has perhaps sired as many show, and sale horses a- any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen Add fertility to the soil. s to be one of the greatest sire- - that ever lived. Raven Bird is one1 Cleanup Ihe poultry buildings. of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent E breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given, Onions require a fine and firm an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his wor- seed bed. thy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. Take good care of the brood Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. S sow from now on. Most men have their favorite Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. variety of stock. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam The brood sow should have Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist E some roots, if possible. The boars should be isolated is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 152 hands high. You will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions from the rest of the herd. in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good need decent housing, as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har Chickens ness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high proper feed, and some care. The feed for young guineas class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horsmay be the same as for young es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to inturkeys. a living colt, sure l I Spavin or any 9ur- -. iair prices. i am well fixed to take care of stock. Money due when work is done or stock removed from stables. Poll-evi- l, LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. 0NBURK5V1LLE STREET. , Joseph q Jamstown, 11. w Stone, - Attoney-At-La- Will prudice in this and adjoining counties. -- I : Kentucky, g Why g Not Read The Cold weather has prepared the soil for a bounteous crop next Marion Marion is a black Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features s of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Colum- bia. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. All stock will .receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. first-clas- Courier summer. without hulls is one of the most valuable of all grains for poultry.. Kaffir meal is the best grain to offset the laxative effects of skim Oats milk. atjprices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you'will always know what you bought. i Have Bone Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ! Editor. We ConFurnish You a Full Stock of Fertilizers they are reliable .And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. Iwill buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? his flock, let him begin with pure ET bred males. E In feeding a milk cow a corn ration reduce the ration at first indication of fattening. Standard utility fowls must be selected for the greatest egg production and quick maturity. Don't forget your cattle, hogs, horses and sheep all need salt; not spasmodically, but regularjy, I , - If a farmer desires to improve The Adair County News and the ! A. S. CHEWNING, Columbia, Kentucky. ly have so much hoof removed cousin, Miss Stella Keltner, last from it at each shoeing as is nec- week. Weekly Courier-Journal Satisfaction Guaranteed. v vri3 essary for the proper fitting of Mr. G. L. Vire, of Keltner, was the shoe. visiting his mother, Mrs. J. H. ' Turkeys more than any other yire; last Saturday. j No farmstead is complete with- poultry seems to require fresh Died, on the 16th, Mrs. Milford out a generous space devoted to air. They will roost in a tree in dedin- a garden for small fruits and during a snowstorm and not seem Clark. She had been ing health for some time, having to mind it one bit. vegetables, ! Both One Year' For $!.5Q "We can also give liberal Wi-f-Ti'-lfVt k ?1 "Flnil-tt llrtM i out his plans for improving his urienas to mourn ner aepartue. iwuiuumwuu ..i.g wm uau system of farming. i Mr. R. O. Keltner, of Grady-- 1 Her funeral was conducted by 0r Sunday Courier Journal : The breeding of nigh-clas- s ville, was called to the bedside her pastor, NRev. 'Pangburn. "yrite Courier-Journ- al IGREENSBURG, KY.' Com- high-clas- s hackney stallions to sister, Mrs. Milford Clark, she will be greatly missed for'; of his pany, Louisville, Ky. for trotting mares has passed beyond Saturday. by all who knew she was loved the experimental stage. free sample copy of edition Wni!!!!!!1!!l!!!!!?!ni!!!l!!!!!l!!lH!in!"HCT Mr. .T.. A. Vire attended nieet- - Vior JW Vmshnnd nnd ViilrJrpn .,... -.. - .. v,.. . ...v..wi. You may feed all the food your Sunday. ,. ,v mA vou aesue DUt De sure co at Rridceoort. last fw nave uui ojr iiijjatuji in tucu sau hens tan possibly use, but if you "e send your subscription ordei and wife vis- -' Daily are short on grit the result will Mr. Allen Kemp parents near, hour of affliction. News The Adair County ited the latters not be satisfactory. Mrs. J. H. Vire received a mes- to this paper NQ1? to the Bridgeport, last Sunday. TheEmbden, perhaps, makes Both one Courier-Journ- al sage from her sister, Mrs. W. R. Courier Journal. ) Aunt Willie Kemp is in very Singletree, informing them of a little better market bird than being very some dickering a trade 'was made the Toulouse, but the latter lays bad health, her mind the death of their daughter. Miss It Was Just Right. Puts End TO Bad Habit. bad. eggs, often in a season. the price:agreed on being $200. more Mr. Singletree left here Things never look bright to one with Annie. on the The buyer wanted to give a Don't burn up any kind of Mrs. Wr S. Pickett is "the blues," Ten to one the trouble is about twenty years ago. An old gentleman from the check, but the old gentleman coarse litter that accumulates sick list: a sluggish liver, filling the system with Vt2 . TT UHAU back part of the country came would not have it. The buyer around the feed yard, but save Mr. Liem iveiuici attcxiuC For "rheumatism you will find nothing bilious poison, that Dr. King's New mulch different plants in funeral of his. aunt, Mrs. truss into town the other day riding a , tothetJnionSBankand it to chamberlain's Liniment. Life Pills would expel Try them. Let better Unvca Ho wns flf.ORt then w.ent . the joy of better feelings end "ihe cnifinuiu uuio. "- - " the garden. Clark, last Sunday. see jjOW qujckiy jt givea re. Try two ungnt new blues." Beat' for stomach, liver and ed on the street by someone who'procurea In shoeing, the foot should on- by Paul Drug Co. Miss Daisy Keltner visited he Hef. kidneys. 25c Paull Drug Co. bills. The old gento buy his horse. After dred-doll. ; WOODSON LEWI during the winter the dairy farmer has "more time to figure Pyrus. dropsy of the Ifeart. She leaves an aged husband, several child-.- ; dren and a host of relatives and ' i w .w- a-- t. aii I year $4.00 j I . i-- j:j d Jt-.an- nun-want- ed dr-sal- e ar THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS An Open Letter to Dr. U. 1 y The death of I. C. Harmon is ' Hen droppings are an especial an irreparable loss to the com- ly desirable fertilizer for all Garlin, Ky., March 16, 1912. munity in which he lived. He bulbs and tubers. Accept my congratulations on was always kind to all and willBlunders in Baseball History. "You aro welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken the good service you are render- ing to give succor to the disArrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, ing the cause of education in so tressed.' His integrity and honor When Cincinnati traded a kid if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had completely demolishing the ob- were above reproach. He was phy--i pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three jections to the compulsory school a consistent member of the named Mathewson for a great me. Since taking Cardui, I am in sicians failed to relieve pitcher named Rusie. law that have recently bee' pub- church and did much to promote "better health than ever before, and that means much to me, When St. Louis traded Three lished in the Adair County News. the cause of Christianity. He because I suffered many years with' womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me It is humiliating to see an edit- was an ardent member of the Fingered Brown to Chicago for FOR 1911 for a few days only." or of a county paper, and a Masonic fraternity and lived a Jack Taylor. When Charles Webb Murphy teacher who is both a poet and a true and exemplary life of a maBRIGHTER, BETTER,! son. He was a kind and affect- stood in the lobby of the Wallawyer, striving to block the BIGGER THAN EVER wheels of educational progress ionate husband and father, and dorf and called Rajah Bresnahan has left many friends to mourn a policeman. by opposing the enactment of a THEJREGUURIPRICE OF When John Anderson stole law that is so sorely needed to his death. Farewell friend and you are taken down sick, before takDon't wait, until make our school system effective relative, the body is dead but second with three on. ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the spirit lives. symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean for the masses. When Jack Chesbro lost a penFor there is no death; the stars go down worse to follow, unless given quick treatment On seeing the editor's objecnant on a wild pitch. To shine on a fairer shore, IS You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew A YEAR. And bright in heaven jeweled crown, tions lo your first article, I was When Merkle failed to touc weakness what quick and permanent relief it gives, where so mortified that I decided that They shine forever more. second and lost a pennant. and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard N. IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEk if you did not answer him, I to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it When Matty grooved one for would do so myself just as soon Write to: Ladies Advisory DcpL. Chattanooga. Medidne Co.. Chattanooga, Turn.. Roy Baker. TO US, YOU CAN GET "Home Treatment for Women." sent tree. J 51 book. tor Special Instructions, and as I could get a little more time When Marquard grooved one from my school work. But on The farmers are getting be- for Baker. HE ADAIR COUNTY reading your last article, I saw hind on account of so much rain. ly LooHs Like a Crime When Charles Webb Murphy Office 'Phone 40Res. 'Phone 29. the work was so well done as to To separate a boy from a box of NEWS Mr. Buck Bryant, who has panned the national commission. make any reply on my part unArnica Salve. His pimples, boils, Dr. James Triplet! When Clark Griffith allowed necessary. Still I wish to add been sick for so long is no better scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises AND at this writing. Miller Huggins to leave Cincinmy hearty and full indorsement demand it, and its quick relief for burns, Dentist. Mrs. Mattie Bailey and daugh- nati. scalds or cuts is his right. Keep it of your reasoning. It is the THE L0UISV1LEE handy for boys, also girls. Heals evtruth, and is unanswerable. The ter, who are confined to their bed When Bill Hinchman loafed on JEFFRIES BLOCK erything healable and does it quick. are no better. fact is there can be no argument his grounder to Bobby Wall at KENTUCKY Unequaled lor piles Only 4J5 cents at COLUMBIA TIMES Paull Drug Co. Mr. H; J. Conover intends to St. Louis, Oct. 4, 1908. against a reasonable and effective compulsory school law. It is leave for 111., in a few days. When Sherwood Magee belted BOTH ONE YEAR right in principle, and can be Mr. Johnt Womack passed Finneran on the bugle. just as easily enforced as any through here en route to LouisWhen Pittsburg and Detroit FOR ONLY law now on the statute books. ville to purchase his spring passed up Grover Cleveland AlexGermany with her compulsory goods. ander. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES law is the best educated nation in INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD 26 Mr. Hiram Conover is improvWhen Cincinnati allowed Marty the best afternoon paper prin the world. The states of our ing his farm by putting up wire O'Toole to get away without a We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long union that are foremost in ed- fence. It is the only fence in this ce J anywhere. s our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights trail. ucation, as a rule, have the com- community. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. When Hughie Jennings underHas the best corps of corres pulsory system, while not one of 58INCH P:tP The good people of this place estimated Babe Adams in 1909. those at the foot of the ladder in pondents. 50INC!1 will organize a Sunday school at WJien Cleveland let Ned Kill-ia- n literacy has it. We must have 42INCM White Oak in a short time. Covers the Kentucky field pergo to Detroit. this systemm Kentucky, if we 34INCH JM DMr. G. R. Redmon, is repair When Bresnahan made faces fectly. are ever to rise very high above 2GINCH ing his farm by putting it under present our at Umpire BiUy K,em standing. Our Covers the general news fiela cH m tTWTvrf7TVTV7TyYf7"t A liirfviT a wire fence. I8INCH KKKHfiftRflflflKMHflHfiM,r HK WrUlK teachers cannot do themselves When Horace Fogel switched completely. Mrs. Frank Breeding, who has justice, our schools can not be his famous Herrmann-Murph- y Has the best and fullest mar properly graded, nor can real ed been confined to her bed for letters. A A77v77vA A AAA AA A uVA A A , rzv ts . wi A A AMw.vv ' r ucational results be obtained sorae me 1S n. better. ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE IN SIX HEIGHTS" When McGraw parted with kets reports. Mr. Walter Sullivan, who has without enforced regular attendMike Donlin prior to the 1911 Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul ar.ee. If the teacher does his been in Louisville for the past world's series. fair to everybody. full duty he will read and study year, has gone to Somerset to! When Lou Criger touted Ty educational books and journals, run a barber-sho116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Cobb as a bonehead: SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPhe will prepare the lessons that Louisville, Ky. he must hear before hearing; The April Gardener. Your Town. TION RIGHT AWAY them, he will keep his records Driigo. ;G. G. Bennett, Fairplay, are f ully and accurately, and at the Plan the garden thoroughly No town, county or community , visiting relatives at this place same time he must take care of before the outdoor work begins -Sam Garmon and wi fe, Sparks Guard. will ever prosper, to any great Put None But Faitnful this week. his health. He can hardly do all Plan every detail before April 10. vilie, visited at J. J. England's extent, where there is a division J. A. Wheeler, Sparksville, did this and see all the parents each ' Saturday and Sunday. last In selecting delegates to the Order seeds, plants and tools. of strife of any nature. People business here last Monday. week to have them keep their Rev. Scott began a series of iin towns should strive to help Democratic national convention Solve the fertilizer problem Mrs. Eldridge Stotts is very children in school. I know the meetings at Independence last each other, for in helping others the voters should remember, Buy or make a hotbed. sick at this writing. ' teacher can aid much by making Wednesday night. you invariably help yourself, first, that the platform comes be-- i Although it is yet early it ap-- - his school interesting, and by Sort out the roots in the celler. There is no man that cannot as- - fore nominations and that the Archie Wheeler and family, pears that there is to be lively a making a special effort to get Write your labels. All this in- Sparksville, visited at Mose contest in the Eighth sist in the growth, prosperity platform will largely affect our District the parents to send regularly, doors and Hpvplnnmpnfc nf Vic frm nlinnnic rt Wooten's last Saturday and Sun- over the nomination of a Demo- - ut- ; w ., .. ... :.: n iL- v.lu1om.cB. dnnA txiat, alter; an tuia UlltOOOrs. Ov Ann 1. tP.rr.i iv.p However small his influence, uul1" day, it the candidate instructed for is cratic candidate to$represent the will fail to move a large portion asoaraeus and rhubarb. has its effect. Oposition is the out of the race the delegates act un account or tne inclement district rn the lower house of 0f the parents Every teacher Mnlnh ,ho Qfwlllww UaA life of trade and merit wins. No upon their own judgment. weather Eld. Robert Kirby fail- Congress. But it seems to me of long experience ... , knows this. Plant hardy roses. town win prosper ana crrowi ti-I. ,v ;mnnf(. ,.j Mf HI! IIH, ed to fill his regular appointment that the Democrats of Adair T am for hptf-p- nnnHfipH fpnnhprc I. lllllllll .1I llir j ..w.v-- W.UM Sow a few peas and a little where a lack of enterprise and delegates should be chosen who at Independence last Saturday county are duty bound to sup- and better teaching, for better i push on the part of its citizens are in sympathy with progresand Sunday. port Harvey Helm regardless of school houses and better equip- corn. Get peabrush ready. On April 15, or whenever the is felt- - The true motto of each sive ideas. The platform must Dr. Simmons, Gradyville, did who may oppose him. We must ment, for better salaries and professional business here last remember that we were but late- longer terms, and back of all Hand is fit to work, before dan- - ana every citizens 01 a town is;be Dr0ffressiveif we are tnfn.i. Thursday. ly in the eleventh and there did this a strong compulsory law, ger of frost is past, plow- - dig!and should be to aasist and heIP a winning fight and it will not be your neighbors, encourage busi- - progressive unless the progres- Mrs. Lazarus England is very not have a ghost of a show in requiring at least five months of and rake the garden. electing the representative, and regular attendance each year for Sow seeds of hardy vegetables ness ol all kinds (don't tear any !fi:Vfts Pnntrft th(1 PnnvonHnn sick at this writing. danger in goring the market in And, so, if the progressive inJoe Roe made a sale last Mon- but for Harvey Helm we ivould all children from seven to six- and flowers. this line,) do all you can and en- structed for can not secure the day and thus disposed of his still be there. We have been teen. Let all the real friends of Divide and replant perennials. courage all in the matter of impersonal effects and last Thurs- trying for many years to get out education speak out in favor of Prune tender roses. Spray provement in making the town nomination the delegates must get together on some one else-a- nd day he and his family left for of the eleventh but it seems that the compulsory school attend- - roses with whale-oi- l soap. attractive and giving it a homeno other district wanted us. But ance law. that some one will be a reIllinois. Transplant hardy vegetables like appearance. When this is actionary if the reactionaries Tobias Huffaker. J. W. McClister is very low when we asked admittance into from the hot bed. done people from a distance will eighth Mr. Helm gladly welcpntrol the convention. These with heart trouble at this writing the Hurry in the early potatoes, if form a good opinion of the place, comed us. He has made a good are progressive times and only Tribute. and his recovery is doubted. they were delayed last month. and it will be an inducement for representative in the past and so those who are genuinely progresTransplant those started in them to locate with us and beRollin Branhan left ior Illinois sive can give faithful expression let us show our appreciation by The sad news of the departure boxes. come permanent and substantial last Thursday. to the sentiments of Democratic casting every Democratic vote in from this life of I. C. Harmon, Prepare carrot seeds for plant- citizens. 01 McClister, Gadberry, was voters. Put none but the faiththe county for him in the pri- recalls to my mind the many ing by tying in a cheesecloth bag "My little son had a very severe ful on guard. There are lots here one day last week. mary. noble characteristics of this good of steeping in water for 12 hours cold. I .was recommended to try men in bur part who arereaction-ary-honestl- y H. Judd, the hustling groJ. Don't be surprised if you have an at- man. Having known the deceasbeChamberlain's Cough Remedy, paid his regular tack of rheumatism this spring. Just ed from his youth I can bear tes- and slightly drying out. Same fore a small bottle was finished and was cery drummer, so such can not be he the affected parts freely with timony to his noble qualities, is true of parsely. as well as ever," writes Mrs. H, Silks, trusted to speak for progressive-nes- s. visit to our merchants last Wed- rub Chamberlain's Liniment and it will Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. nesday. W. J, Bryan in the Start early turnips, onions, This remedy is for sale by Paull Jrug soon disappear. Sold by Paull Drug which in a superlative degree he possessed. heetsland radishes laie in April. Co. Mrs. Ellen Bennett and son, Co L Taylor. Pains All Over! THE LOUISVILLE TIMES CAROL! I Woman'sTonic $5.00 ee J -: Buck-len- 's ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE $4.50. I f7T777JWK vxruxruxw : -- ii .tmKKMKmmKKMIIwnr-nrfrrw- rv - j i i Hy-HT-Jt ! DEHLER BROS., I p, j j ! j i , ! ! ( i ! - "aj -- i oev-uu- J j i j i - r I 4.1 .1 a.i I j j I- - 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. j ' v Uncle Charlie Yates, who has been confined to his room for several days is improving at this time. Easter services w.illbe conducted at the Methodist church by Rev. J. W. exton. W. C. Yates, of Portland, was in our midst last Wednesday. Arvest Hill in company with several of the young men of the L. W. T. S. school at Columbia spent last Sunday in our city. Mr. Simmons, of Jamestown, visited his brother here a day or so of last week, Tim Cravens, of Columbia was here on business one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Moss entertained quite a number of their friends one day last week. Miss Sallie Diddle was on the sick list a day or so of last week. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nell came in from Louisville last Saturday. James Q. Diddle and Nat Walker Were at Greensburg a day or so of last week. Lewis Comptom, of Portland, was here one day last week viewing the situation in regard to of it. His wife proceeded him five years ago being one of the victims in the great disaster we had here. He leaves two sons and one daughter and one broth er and several grand children with a host of friends and relatives to mourn their loss. His remains was laid to rest in the Rodgers cemetery. Mr. W. P. Swope, of Lexington, special agent of the Connet-ticu- t Fire Insurance Co., of Hartford, made a special trip to this place one day last week. We unn derstand that our Banker Mr. W. L. Winters, will represent his company in this part of the country. We are certainly glad to have an Insurance agent so convenient. well-know- Russell Springs. j putting in tiling. Mrs. Millie Hill is the buissest of all tbe people in our town with her millinery trade at this time. J. F. Pendleton shipped two car loads of hogs to the Louisville market, from this section one day la&t week. Quite a number from this place attended the convention at Columbia last Saturday. The property of the Russell Springs Hotel has been sold to J. P. Bicknell, Berea Ky. The, MADE-TO-WEAR hotel will be in charge of a Mr. ' Tuller, of Ark. the test of time and has been improved in quality with the Wooldridge, of Jabez, I passing years. Mr. Ed J Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not was here Saturday and Sunday. given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. The unusual high waters causEXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. ed much delay in our mails. X i ::ii2l3B5T I W EK31-- .tttlA ' ' II It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There Miss "Ida Isbell, the millineris a difference. ,. here, has returned from market The printed formula appears oq every package and has a fine line of goods. I Prof. Walter Stearman is in of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. our town. Prof, says he will This is' an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have likely remain in Ky. , for some v 2g55i m r in their product. !: FOR SALE DY time. Dr. Elam Harris, who is in j;THE college in Louisville, is spending r. au.iivl:'. a few days here. He will com- -' plete his course in May. There was one of the largest winter Ozark. tobacco crops made last winter, ever HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF Miss Mayme Winfrey has re- known in this section but owing to exThe What fields have taken turned from Berea, where she treme cold weather followed by continuous rains which delayed work it is The readersl of THE ADAIR COUiNTY NEWS on a different look since the few has been attending school. doubtful whether as much will be plantwill be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling C. L. Winfrey is at home. ed this season as last. warm days, prospects at present indicate a good crop. Prof. L. 0. Phelps spent a few Don't be surprised if you have an atFloor Coverings of All Kinds tack of rheumatism this spring. Just There has been very little days here last week. rub the affected parts freely with Have been greatly enhanced. More space devoted Hon. 0. B. Bertram made farm work or gardening done in Chamberlain's Liniment and it will to the practical display of stocks of immense soon disappear. Sold by Paull Drug ' this community, ground is too business trip here last week. Co. wet to work. Our school is progressing niceCarpets, Rugs and Linoleums During the recent freshet :i great Mr. Robert Hudson and mother ly with prospects for a splendid deal of fencing went with the tide. and Mr. J. B. Montgomery, at graded school this year A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for), Some bottom farms were also badly N. the showing of tended the burial of Mr. J. Mr. Wm Irvine Jr. has moved washed. va-- ! Murrell at his home Sunday into the house with Wm. Irvine. Stock Peas or the Lace Curtains and Draperies riety for dale. Call on, phone or writ" afternoon. Mrs. Ella Stephens and daugh-- ; j. A. English, Columbia, Ky. Mr. Frank Montgomery wife ter, Miss Geneva, have moved to ' Our old and new friends will be delighted to sec our SALT FOR SALE. daughter, and Mr. and the and little Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable 'at our Warren property. Miss big live store. 1 have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, Mrs. Kent Bryant, were enter- RfanVicnc Vines tiicp mncip pinna which cost only 15 cents more than the tained at the home of Mr, and Miss Mollie Keen is quite sick ok bushel barrel which you buy elseHubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Mrs. Robert Hudson last SunSam Lewis. where. j ! Hanna's Green Seal "THE Has-stoo- PAINT" . - Eh Ji I 1 'Allll HP TIT Afiv- - IWLTFtf ill ml 11 I kill iJY.'J-.. ml We Bf. JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE i , I whip-poor-wi- ll I ! 33-- 3t day. Humble, son of Mr. E. H. ' Hughes this city, was married March 26th, in Quanah, Texas, to Miss Jessie Deschler, a highly accomplished young lady, who formerly lived with her parents in Denver, Colorado. The groom is an excellent young man. Mr. Tobe Hughes, Incorporated Messrs. Wilson and Flanagan had Mr. McKinley and son put ting up their gasoline engine, grist mill and corn crusher, Monday and Tuesday, of this week they have it complete and are Charlie Yates last Friday. Mr. T. J. Bryant will have his doing good work. The few days of warm sun-- ; place connected by a telephone in Mr. U. R. Selby passed through shine has put a move on our far- - a few days, here Thursday with a nice drove mers in this section, the soil was Messrs. E. A. and N. A. of cattle. turned over. Kinley went to Campbellsville Mr. June Webb bought a nice Mr. Gillanwater, of Tompkins- - Monday, jersey calf from Melvin Hadley. n dry goods ville, the Mrs. Mary Grider, of Garlin, Price unknown. traveling man out of Nashville, spent Tuesday night with Mrs. Mr. S. W. Wilson made a busispent a day or so here last week Callie Bryant, ness trip to Moreland, Wednes' and had a good trade. Last Wednesday was the 83rd day. W. S. Fletcher and W. B. birthday of aunt Cynthia Conover Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wilson and Moore attended fiscial court at her relatives and friends reColumbia last Wednesday. membered her with a nice dinner daughter made a business trip to Russell Spring, last week. The continued rain that we and many useful presents. Mr. John Wilson, who has been had on last Monday night put our Mrs. Kent Bryant is quite sick confined to his bed, is improving. creek out of banks and our people a victim of laprippe. Mr. J. I. Cravens and Mr. J. living near the creek left for ryTUS. B. Watson made a business trip higher quarters. The water at; to Russell Springs, Wednesday. two o'clock at night looked very! . j Mc-certainly Grover Bryant and Miss Nonie Bryant, were married Sunday by Rev. Pierce. We extend our best wishes for a happy life- Born, to the wife of George Dr. J. A. Yates, of Edmonton, was by the bed side of his uncle' Harvey March the 22, a son. 522 and 524 West Market St. Louisville, Kentucky. & For Sale. Price The Famous Parry Buggies. Pelley. reasonable J.JL Columbia, Ky. You will find a full line of W. T. Rawleigh's remedies, extracts and toilet articles, at the store of Nath Kelsey, near the roller mill. 22 4t Sand usky & Co. Wholesale and Retail 4 i ( j LUMBER All Kiiul of Plaining Mill Work, 5as!i, Doors and Blinds well-know- Columbia, Kentucky. . I Examination shows that the peach crop was knocked out by the extreme cold of last winter in this part of the country. Evidence of apples and pears is all right and we presume other fruits will be up to the average year i t j Notice Any one desiring hair braided call on Columbia Ky. Mrs. J. Z. Pickett. Rubber Tires $12.50, $14.00 and $15.00 GOFF BROS. & COFFFY. Golden Seal. If you have any Golden Seal, (Yellow Root) for sale, or expect to collect alarming, and a continued down-- . her son,s Turner KeltnePt one Miss Isa Wilson is visiting rel- the wild roots during the season, write me, as 1 want several hundred thousand pour of water all the time it look- - day last week atives at Eller, this week.- JORDAN PEACOCK. for planting purposes. Address J. W. j ed very much like that we was While Mr. John Womack, of Sears, P. 0. Box 563, Somerset, Ky. Jordan Peacock, No. 1148 will make the gburn failed to fill Brother 2l-r- ,t McKinney, Lincoln Co. I have placed him in to be visited again ith an over Russell Springs, was in LouisMra WWt Keltner visited at Gr adyville Stock Farm, present season at the hands of Mr. J ville, buying his spring line of Attention, MocKmen. ione, but goods, his wife visited relatives My fine Jack, Teddy Roosevelt, will no serious damage done in onr, A- - R- Sullivan bought of the in this vicinity. f make the season at my barn, Wheeler Bros, near Sparksville, town, save our lands and fencing L. D. Flanagan, of Ono, is vis- - mile from Columbia. He is 4 years old. was washed off as much if nota sPan of mules- iting his brother T. D. Flanagan, a fine breeder. Fee six dollars. S. H. Mitchell, Chestine & Co , are doing big more than it was when we had of this place. the terrible destruction five years business, they have a saw mill The birthday dinner at Ed Prof. Romie Judd, who is now a ago We are very thankful that and a grist mill shingle machine Friday was enjoyed teacher in the Baptist Acamemy, Campand blacksmith shop, they say to Bricken's, no worse than it is. base ball playbellsville, a bring your corn and give the by all present. er, has signed with a Knoxville elub A good man gone, Mr. John for the season. He will leave for that maal a test. Additional Locals. city in a few weeks. W. Keltner, one of our best citi Mr. A. E. Keltner bought of zens one that was born and The Danger After Grip. Mr. E. R. Rodgers, a milk cow Result of the Convention. reared in this part of the country system. Lies often in a for $23. Henry Keltner sold to Weakness, nervousness, lack of appe passed over the river last MonE. R. Rodgers a fine cow for $20. tite, energy and ambition, with disor-- The revised figures of Saturday night, leaving evidence that and kidneys often follow an dered Mr. E. Rodgers sold to T attack liver conventions ready when the summons of this wretched disease. The day's Republican he a bunch greatest need then is Electric Bitters, show that Taft's delegated vote come. Mr. Keltner was only Rodgers, near Keltner. the glorious tonic, blood purifier and in the State Convention will be 4g cents. sick a very short time with of shoats for regulator of stomach, liver and kidneys 1,584; Roosevelt, 738. pontes A. R; Sullivan was in Town Thousanda have proved that double pneumonia fever, every strengthen the nerves, build by Roosevelt,. J569.' contested thing that could be done by skill- Monday transacting business. up the system and restore to health and i'Total'Voteln ?the good spirits after an attack of Grip Tlf bv Taff. 191. ed physicians and loving tender flow of water and fortunately there was accounfc of rain - great damage his appointment Sunday on the Dick Scudder for this season. NOBLE PEACOCK. This fine young Stallion will make the season at my barn in Grady v'lle, Ky., at the low price of 15 00 to insure a living colt. Noble Peacock, is of Jordan Peacock, first dam by Artist Jewel, 2. dam by Cronwell Denmark 73, 3rd. dam by Artist 75 This is one of the best bred Stallion in Kentucky and is a first class Saddle horse, has been shown severals times and always in the money. If you want to raise a good colt and one that will bring a good price bred to Noble. one-hal- i i 23-2- t. it-i- s well-know- n TWO FINE JACKS. My two fine Jacks will serve mares for $10.00 for a mare mule and 8.00 for a horse mule, to insure a mare mith foal j run-dow- n 'as t-- they-wonderful- ed -- cents. "My little son had a very s'evere suffering, try them. Only children and friends was adSjjd and perfect satisfaction guaranrecommended to ministered, but all in vain. He cold. 1 was Cough Remedy, .and try teed by Paull Drug Co. ' . Chamberlain's ber waa;68 yeara of age, a member fore a small bottle was finished he was s as well as ever,v" writes Mrs. H, Silks,' brand of fertili I handle a of the Methodist church a Dowling Street, Sydney, .Australia. zer. I sell for cash and at reduced and if he hadan'enemy Thi3 remedy isf for sale by Paull Drug prices. Call and se me. t 1 Solomon McKinley we never have heard Co. any wkere CO chris-tian"ttiitn conventi6n2356. are: missing, ;jTwosc6uiftie: . .' Law r e n c e 'and j Knotty Taft wilL organize, .and it is jreely predicted that Hie Roosevelt forces will bolt "and hold a separate convention. first-clas- . .. Squire Kemp 1 for $80.00. Tlse are just a few tharought these prices. I measured 46 of Highways colts last fall that was from 3 feet 5 in. to 3 feet old, they, averaged 3 feet 6 in. Now if oujwant "9 in. at mules that bring the must money you can get them at my stable, My Jacks have tjhe size. Moneydue if mares or traded and leave Respectfully, the neighborhood. . 7-days They are two of the best Jacks that was ever in Adair county. Last year was the first season for Black Diamond and the second season for Highway. Their colts sold last fall from $70.00 to $125 00. ' Average $91.83. Parties that sold some of these mules: Henry Parson 1 for $100 00; P. N. Blades 2 for $250 00r Luther England 1 for $85.00; Albert Brummett 1 for $85 00; Robert O. Keltner 1 for $80.00; C. M. Hindman 1 tor yY 51); Huston tfracisnaw 1 tor S75.00, and ... W. L. GRADY. v. i 23-- 2