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Resolution of Respects. Whereas, it has pleased the Supreme Rules of the Universe to knock at the door of our lodge, Breeding Lodge No. 515, and call from labor here on earth to refreshment in the Grand Lodge above our beloved brother A. K. Rupe who depaated this life April 3, 1912, therefore be it, Resolved, That in his death our lodge has lost a true and worthy member, his family a fund and loving husband and father, the community an honored and upright citizes, his church an acceptable and useful member. Resolved, that this lodge extends to she bereaved family our sincere sympathy in the loss of a devoted husband and loving father, who taught by precept goodness and kindness. Resolve, That a copy of these resolu tions be spread on our minutes, a copy be sent to the bereaved family and a copy sent to the Adair County News for publication. C. C. Rowe L. Akins. F. A. Strange. Committee. ' An Easter Hunt Sunday eve at 1 at Pellyton. Jeffries Married at the Bride's Country Home. RELATIVES AND A FEW FRIENDS PRESENT, On April the 10th, 1912, the children, grandchildren, great grand children, and friends of J. W. and A. M. S. Rex- roat of Fronthill, Russell county Ky., fmet with them to celebrate the fiftieth adversary of their wedding day and birthday of the latter. J. W. Rexroat being 69 years old and A. M. S. Rexroat being 68 years old. All eight afternoon at 5 o'clock, the home of the bride's mother, at r, Mrs Eliza Conover, Miss Sallie one of Adair count'y best young women, was married to Mr. Thos. E. Jeffries, a promrnent hardware merchant of this place, a gentleman of high character, one whose dealings with his fellow men have won for him friends. Only relatives and a few friends witnessed the ceremony, which was impressively pronounced by Rev. D H. Howerton, pastor of the bride. Immediately after the rites were solemnized the couple drove into Columbia, and to tne residence of the groom's mother, Mrs. Caroline Jeffries, where they will reside. In testimony of the popularity of this very 'deserving couple, many presents were received. The News extends its best wishes, trusting that their days may be long in the land of the living, and that prosperity and unalloyed happiness be in evidence in all their undertakings. JL.ast Wednesday Con-ovemany-substanti-al o'clock a large crowd started out in search of 80 eggs hid in W. H. Lemmon's meadow by J. T. Lemmon and W.H.Sinclair. The crowd was composed of both old and young and they succeeded in finding all but 13. A prize was offered to the one finding the golden, egg and Miss Etwal Lemmon won the prize, a nice box of candy. children living, (one dean) were pres- It was a happy crowd and they all deent. Thirty-thre- e grand children, nine parted for home with a wish that they great grand children and about one might spend many more happy Eastera hundred neighbors and friends were like this one. also present. All the children living from three to six miles away, and one At The Coun House. sonjiving in Cincinnati, Ohio, came all the the way to the home of his parents Dr. Gross Alexander, of Louisville, a to be with them and his brothers and leading divine in the Methodist church, sisters and friends in celebrating his preached to a large audience at the M. parents golden wedding. E. churck last Sunday forenoon. He About 8 o'clock a. m. children and was also greeted with a large congregafriends began to arrive, some in road J. W. Jackman, The Suffragette. It has been said the mighty hand That Rocks the cradle rules the land. 2d, That we, as Lodge tender the be Facts are facts, and jokes are jokes. reaved wife and children our deepest But look out for the lady folks. And when they ccme they'll make it sympathy, commending them to God, who con-cation- Whereas, God in his infinite wisdom, has removed from the daily 'walks of life Bro. J. N. Jackman, a zealous Mas-soa member of Columbia Lodge, No. 96, his death having occurred Sunday, April 7, 1912, therefore, be it Resolved, that in the passing of Bro. Jackman Columbia Lodge lost a true and tried Mason, one who loved the fraternity; and who was regular in his attendance until stricken with disease, one who will be missed from our n, wagons, some in buggies, some on horse back and some walking; all bringing baskets filled with as good food as old Kentuck affords, together with many nice presents. When all hai arrived services began 10:30 a. m., by singing with Bro. T. H. , Coffey, Fairplay in the lead. Services were further introduced by reading the 9th chapter of the Psalm of David by Rev. M. T. Grim, prayer was then offered by Rev. J. M. Williams thanking God for. his goodness and kindness in permitting us to live to meet on this memorable occasion to celebrate the day with old brother and sister. Kev. M. T. Grim Dreached usinc for his text the 42nd verso of ton inn, tion Sunday and Monday evenings. This (Tuesday) night Dr. Browder, of Bowling Green, Rev. A. R. Kasey, of Hoplnnsville, and Dr. Alexander will address the citizens of the town at the court house. These gentlemen are members of the Board of Education, Louisville Conference. They will have something of interest to tell the people, and every body is cordially invited. A story is going the rounds that sheriff, in a certain Tennessee county, was noticed with a posse of hands, removing a church building. Members of the denomination tnat worshipped in it noticed his achion and asked what rIght he had to remove the building. "I am the sheriff in these diggings," said the man, "and the law requires a churcli to be four miles from a saloon, and I am going to move it " ! s. thirty daya jacket, Lambast his back all into blisters Should any bite the suffrage'sisters. Now John, stand here and hold the baby, I'll come back and gee her (maybe) The big jug's yonder in th thicket, I'm going to die or beat the ticket. funny Voting many a mothe's sonnie, But will they vote the ticket straight, Or for the handsome candidate. If any then should raise a racket They'll take him out and tan his alone can heal up hearts. thtir wounded 3rd. That a copy of this preample and resolutions be spread upon the record book of the lodge and a copy sent to the widow and that the members wear the us ual badge of mourning for Horace Jeffries A. Coffey. E. Murrell. J. Committee. W. Nat Brown. If they were Boones and Davy Crockets She'd never find their pistol pockets And always when the fight begins, They'll draw their hats and use the pins. This fine combined saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at my stable 1 J miles south of Milltown at S10 to insure a living colt He is a grand son of old Nat Brown and out of an English draft mare. He is unexcellSome to adorn their lofty station, Will jump the stump like Carrie ed in disposition, being, so kind and gentle that any lady or child can ride Nation, or drive him with perfect safety. If For some females would happy be you want to breed to the best don't Were they females minus the Fe. fail to see this horse. J. T. Jones, At the same place I will stand Jack Montpelier, Ky. Chinn, one of the best known Jacks in Adair county. Fee $6.00 Meader Bates. J. C. Browning. 32 6t -- They did not take to lose his residence by fire a few house- nights ago. The residence was valued keeping in a pretty home on East Mt. at $1,800, partially insured. The Baker Vernon street. The groom is a very residence caught from an adjoining resprominent business man and a clever idence which was discovered to be on gentleman of this city, while his bride fire at 9 o'clock at night. Mr. Baker's is a most excellent lady and very pop- furniture was also insured, and his exular. The Times joins their host of act loss is not known at this time. It friends in wishing them all the good is supposed to be about $1,000. things that can come their way. Somerset Times. The bride was the widow of Mr. John For Sale: A Good Location; Fine C Meader, who was a native of Colum Business. bia, and who died here about sixteen years ago Her maiden name was Sal-leShe was known here as a lady of Desiring to retire from the mercan many noble traits of character. tile business, I offer to sell my storehouse, stock of goods and dwelling, or During the recent high waters store and gcods alone; located at Ky , at prices and terms that in Cumberland river, a great deal of v .damage was done at ? Burkesville. The will insure satisfaction to the purchas. Hnlant of the Burkesville Banner was A. er. jstroyed and washed away. Another This is one of the best locations in plant will have to be installed before a Adair county for a general Merchanlaper can be issued. This office has dising and the live, hustling merchant fae plant formely used by the Columbia will be well rewarded for his energies, Spectator, a good one, which can be and have the pleasure of dealing with 'purchased for much less than it is a large and appreciative patronage. If interested in-- good business and worth. location of thi3 kind call on or address. J. G. Dudgeon. According to the rcords of the weathCoburg, Ky. er bureau in Kentucky there were ony five clear days, in March, and with one exception they came singly, being preGolden Seal. ceded and followed by rain and cloudp. If you have any Golden Seal, (Yel1 The amount of snowfall exceeded the 1 1 rain in March, the monthly summarv low Root) for sale, or expect to collect I Igbpwing that there were 6 6 inches of the wild roots during the season, write during me, as I want several hundred thousand Ww and 5 7 inches for planting purposes. Address J. W. If March Sears, P. O. Box 563, Somerset, Ky. 1 air. J. E. Bates and Mrs. Annie MeadMr. Tyler A. Baker, who lives in er were married at the home of Rev. Cleburne, Texas, a son of Judge H. C. A. H. Davis by that gentleman Sunday Baker, this place, had the misfortune at about o'clock. a bridal trip but went at once to e. Co-bur- g, sermon all enjoyed it well, because it In another column will be found the announcement of Col. came from the heart. After preaching Jack Chinn, of Mercer county, who is a Democratic candidate for the relatives and friends of the old folks came forward with Congress from the Eighth district. Col Chinn is perhaps one of of gold, some silver, their presents Many towns in Kentucky have desigtogether with the best known men in political circles in Kentucky. He has been many other nice presents. nated certain days as general cleanup an active Democrat all his life, fighting valiently in every contest Amount of presents in money 16 40 days, when all citizens and property for his party. He is exceedingly popular in his home county, j The old folks appreciated and thanked ' owners will unite in an effort to put their premises in clean condition. Suchhaving at all times been true to his friends. He has represented us very much for our presents. When our gifts we efforts mean much for the community his county in the Legislature and also served as State Senator from were dismissed forwere presentedtable and Columbia ought to follow the exdinner, the his district. He asks that his public and private record be ex- was there arrainged about 75 teet long ample of other cities by having "cleanamined and if found clean, he would be most thankful if the De- and filled with food from the baskets, up" days. mocrats in the Eighth Congressional district would support him in No one ever saw a better dinner than his aspirations. He will speak in .Columbia the third Monday in was set, and everybody enioved it Who Preaches Next Sunday. May. Come and hear him. The crowd could not consume half of i what was on the table, for it was filled ' to its capacity of the most inviting and Edmonton, Rev. J. R. Crawford. Five Days After. "Central" Sneaks. delicious food that could be had in old j Pleasant Hill, Eld. Z. T. Williams. Russell county. Columbia, Rev D. H. Howerton. The following poem from the Somer-vill- e After dinner was served, and what Columbia, Rev. J. W. Weldon. The body of Miss Allen Alexander, Journal will give the people a who was drowned in Cumberland river, was left on the table was put back in Tabor, Rev. J. W. Weldon at ;5 p. m. small idea of what telephone operators was found last Tuesday morning at 6 the baskets, it filled them almost asexperience every day: The members of the Babtisc church o'ciock. She was found on Herriford full as they were before dinner. Evening service began by Bro. T H. Coffey will bear in mind that next Sunday is Call me not with scornful numbers, Island, and was in a standing position, Like from her waist up being out of the making a good talk. A song was then the last meeting of the quarter for Snapped out in disdainful accenis water. The father of the young lady sung, after which a scripture lesson Foreign Missions. Kindly bring your Pray, be courteous to me! was on the island all the day before she was read by Rev. J. M. Williams, from offering for this purpose The boards Would you like to sit here with a was found looking for the body, but at the 7th chapter of 1st Corrinthians, to whom we have committed the task Telephone strapped on your head, that time it was covertd with water. beginning with the 23rd verse, and of administering this fund are threatenAll day long to answer summons? From where the body was found to" reading the remainder of th chapter. ed with a heavy debtr. Let us do all we Would't j ou wish that you were dead? where it went down was three mites. Prayer was then offered by Bro. T. H can to prevent this hindrance to the Coffey, after which Rev. J. M. Wil- progress of our work. It was in the river five days When I say the line is busy. liams entered upon his subject, his text Mr. John Lee Walker and wife, of Honestly, sometimes it is The theme for next Sunday morning this place, attended the funeral, and being the 20th verse of the 1st chapter Why do you get so indignant of Matthew. " at the Baptist church will be "A Lesthey stated that the body looked perWhen you hear the buzzer's whiz? His subject was beautifully delivered, son from the Letters of the Seven fectly natural. Friends visited the And wrong numbers naturally dwelling principally on marriage, and Churches of Asia." The pastor earhome constantly until the funeral hour Sometimes I am at a loss; and the deepest sympathy was mani- was enjoyed by all. Like Brother nestly desires every member to be But, in fact, I give them mostly Grim, what he said-wfrom the heart. present as the message will be of vital fested To subscribers who are cross After preaching the parting song was concern to the church. A cordial invisung, and the children, grandchildren tation is extended to the public, to atBe polite. It will not hurt you. though I'm in a box, and friends of the old folks gave them tend. Hip Broken. Even although hidden the parting hand in token of their love I am human And am sensitive to knocks. Mrs. Easter Dohoney. who, is ninety-- , and friendship, and wished them happy Wanted. Be polite. Do unto others four years old the mother of Mrs. days the remainder of their lives. The As you'd have them do to you, Nannie Flowers, met with a very ser best of order prevailed throughout the It's a good rule to observe and ious accident last Wednesday afternoon. day, and everybody enjoyed it fine A man to work for the Singer Sewing You'll get better service, too. all of the old people, Machine Co., in Adair county. Will She left the family roonvand went into the backyard where she fell. She was they were over joyed all day because of pay a salary each week and a commisfirst discovered by Dr. T. A. Smith, all their children being with them, and sion. Address G. R. Holt, Mgr.. Operated On For Appendicitis. who is a neighbor, who picked her up living to see them all profess a hope in Campbellsville, Ky. carrying her to her room. Thursday Christ. They have a bright prospect James Herriford, a fifteen year old morning it was discovered that one of of meeting all their children and com"My little son had a very severe son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herriford, her hips was broken. Her age consid- posing an unbroken family -- around the cold. 1 was recommended to try was conveyed to Elizabeth Hospital, ered, niakes her condition very critical throne of God there to dwell and sing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be- -i Lebanon, last week, and on Wednesday fore a small bottle was finished he was forevtr. A grand son. morning Dr. McChord operated for apas well as ever," writes Mrs. H, Silks, Marcellus WiLon. ' pendicitis A letter to Dr. R. Y Hind-ma- n Died At The Age Of 104 Years. Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. from McChord, received late in This remedy is for sale by Paull Trug' Notice. afternoon, same day, stated that the Co. Mr. Washington Holt, who was born he found the appendix and bowels in in 1808 died at his late home, in this very bad condition, but the patient was county, Mr Luke Lay will farm this season, last Wednesday night, being "4 will sit each day from March the doing very well. Mr. and Mrs. Herri- one hundred and four years old and he has removed his family from Co at his 15th. 1912, until May 1st, 1912, at ford are with their son They have the death. He had been quite feeble Sparksville, Ky.. to receive claims lumbia to Garlin. His daughter, Mis sympathy of the people of this comagainst the estate of Thomas England, Eva, will remain in town and boar munity, and it is hoped that the opera- for months before his demise. with her uncle, Mr. Beecher Pierc assigned. tion will prove successful and the patibhe also retains her position in Jae C C. Roe, Assignee of Thomas Engent will recover. News office. 20-Women's and Children's white Shoes land J ; ! I ! HON. JACK CHINN. m,w, pti. -- a ,ii: j , as j 4t a Surprise Party. and Oxfords in Canvass and Buckskin, prices from 40 cts $3.50 at Sinclair's. Mr W. C. Grider. of Montnelier.was 1 ym The young people of Goose creek For Sale. were delightfully entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brack Luttrell, " About 100 barrels of corn at my crib Saturday evening Those present Ira near Columbia Call First National Tarter, Dollie Harris, Boss Tarter, Bank or G. W- - DiHion. Ruth Wilkerson, Elmer Thomas, Nora 2i 3t Harris, Harrison Sallivan, Emma Sal-leDallas Wade, Edd Pelley, Tyler J udas, this recently imported Perch-eso- n Potts, Will Pott3 and George Tarter. stallipn will make" the season at e, If you want a delicious drink, ask for in town Monday. He reported that Diamond "C." brand of roasted Coffee, farmers were busy in his locanty and price, 30 cents per pound. Handled in that wheat in that part of tbs county j I I Mr. Z. T. Pelley, of Pellyton, has appointed a Justice in the First " Barrad Plymouth Rockegrslo for 60 t i r vii district, to fill out the un . ' Mr.'J. M.,RusseU- has sent to this Child's White, Cloak on Jamestown road magisterial Mr. sW.'T. Ottleyha3 "removed from cents delivered at Columbia arid Knifley. ' of R. M. Cooper, resign- office a curiosity in the way of a chickexpired term school to Pure bred from Pope and Pope. j the dormitory of the public the TinderJpIeaseiretuTn to,,. Biography of the late J. G. Winfrey paufwaggener's resiuence, on Burkes-i- s ed. Tir. TeUey is a Democrat and his en that was hatched at his"; home. It ti Mrs. B. F. Thomas, " rrann ainciairr - bublished on our second page. is made by the Governor. hadjour well developed legs.J, - Abiher, Kj. appointment -e streetI i 21-- 5t Lost. L Dr. J. N. Murrell's professional card here will be an immense crop of tois published in this week's paper. He bacco put out in Adair county. Plants has lately returned from New Mexico, . w,giu, to , and can be fQUnd iQ hig offi(.e QVer Dr in the beds are doing extra well. hundred pounds and is a perfect horse. , M Pa . ,. R. pp iFee, $15 to insure. Go and see him. ' " i Columbia by C. R. Hutchison. Walter looking fine. Ingram and Henry Ingram. Try one Mr. L. E. Young has removed his pound and you will use no other brand. Sold only through Otter & Co., of jeweliy store to the corner room of Co23-- 8 lumbia Hotel, He invite? his friends to Louisville Ky. call at his new place of .ousintss. ! ,. Kua u. 2l-3- - -- - . - - . -- a "-- a THE ADA1K JOUNTY NEWS He was elected city judge and About Weaning Lambs. jdeath. Many attorneys yester-da- v de- - served two terms under Mayor in Dersonal expressions PASSES TO BEYOND. 'plored his death and spoke well Akin in the early nineties. He Lambs should be weaned when was elected to the office again in about four months old. In time of his career. afflict- of weaning, however depends I know Judge Wmirey as a 1905 and served until his His Wit, Oratory and Noted for largely upon when the lambs man of striking and congenial ion caused his retirement. Chivalry, he Is Mourned He was married to Mrs. Ida were dropped. Very late lambs personality," said City Attorney by Many. 'He Carpenter, widow of Albert Car- should be weaned at a younger George A. Cunningham. possessed many of the character- penter and daughter of Colonel age than lambs dropped early in CITY JUDGE. AS TWO TERMS Winfreys the year. Lambs allowed to run istics of that dash" and chivalry Robert Patterson. Mrs do native state Ken- - first husband was the only son of with their mothers until the midfor which his After an extended illness, tucky is noted. Coming to Willard Carpenter, the donor of dle of summer do not make such tQ good gains as those weaned earJudge Jordan G. Winfrey, aged Evansville some years after I Willard library. . ' Two spns survive, Thomas C. lier, nor does it give a chance years ago one of the did he soon became a familiar 59, a few j aland Claude, both of this city; al- for their'dams to recuperate for most prominent figures before figlire and not only in the courts as . the Evansville bar, died early fcut 0n public occasions where his so a stepdaughter. Miss Georgia the breeding season in the fall. As soon as the lambs are yesterday morning at Madison, handsome presence always mark-In- Carpenter, a sister, Mrs. N. B. Springfield, Mo., and weaned, they should be placed The body will reach this ed nim for attention. As a law-cit- y Miller of five brothers, Richard L. William in a pasture field as far away this morning for burial to- he was Dest known in jury and Charles r Winfrey of Dallas, from their dams as possible. In morrovy afternoon. trials where his force and eloTexas, George Winfrey of Kan- a days they will few A fluent orator, a tactful judge quence as a speaker were imsas City and Frank Winfrey of nave iorgotten an aDout tneir v in city court, and a citizen fa- pressive and effective." Columbia. mothers and will continue eating vorably known, Judge Winfrey Judge Azro Dyer said: "Judge From 1892 to 1896 Judge Winas usual. Rape or a mixture of had hundreds of friends who Winfrey had a great deal of na- frey was a Major on the staff of oats, peas and vetches are excelwere moved by the news of his tural ability, was a good speaker Governor Mathews of Indana. lent crops to supplement the ordeath. He served for two terms and as good a judge as we ever Until his election as city judge dinary pastures during the sumon the city bench and was fa- had. He was regarded as the he was familiarlyy known as mer. mous for his deliberations. He finest horseback rider in the Major." Great 'care must be to taken, was never bound by precedent in state, and it is no wonder, he The funeral services will be his decisions and decided his made such a fine appearance. held Tuesday afternoon at 2 however, not to turn the sheep IN. in upon rape when hungry, for "! cases on their merits and from a He was very well liked and had y o'clock at the family home in humanitarian standpoint. Per- a good deal of magnetism. He Carpenter streets, with burial in the rape is very damp, and these IN conditions are prone to cause sonally he was thoroughly lik- was well known over the middle IS Oak Hill cemetery. NIX bloating and scouring. able and genial at all times. He west." IN Judge winfrey dead. was a man of fine appearance PRAISED BY ATTORNEYS. Straightforward in his attainbearing. and erect Have a Real Garden. City Judge P. C. Could, sucments, liberal in his views and Judge Winfrey became afflict- cessor of Judge Winfrey on the rich in wisdom, Judge Jordan G, ed while serving on the bench in bench, said: "I think Judge Almost every farm has some NJIX Winfrey leaves this life with this the midst of the Boehne adminis- Winfrey's speeches were the garden, but the great vj community a lasting memory of sort of a tration. After several months most brilliant ever delived in this maioritv have been racrarded in JX disposition. He alarming section of the country. He was his lovable his condition became so a careless way and given but lit- - SU' tk leaves a community where he that his relatives removed him a most agreeable man socially consequence tie attention and as a was loved for his cheerfulness. to a private sanitarium at Cin- and one of the brightest legal have never yielded anything to (j He leaves a state where his grew steadily men at the bar. He had a dracinnati, Ohio. He e garcompare with a wit and oratorical forcefulness inimita-able.- " worse, although at times he was matic faculty which was den. The trucking and market were often enjoyed. He leaves rational and something like his garden industry, while it is a a host of friends who will never months ago he 'Attorney E. L. Craig said: old self. Several great thing in some sections, is forget his many splendid traits. suffered a paralytic stroke on the "Judge Winfrey always treated On the bench Judge Winfrey as yet poorly developed in most left side. Later he was removed young attorneys with great condealt out justice as it should be of the South, although the deto the state hospital at Madison. sideration in city court. He help- first-clas- s vegetables compensation should mand for daughter were ed them out as no other judge dealt. His His wife and be on the far off shores where is almost everywhere unsatisfied. Li notified of his sudden passing would do. He treated all alike." With the proper understanding he meets the Judge af all manaway by telephone. They had Attorney W. C. Vawter: "I of the possibilities of home garkind. ' upon ways admired Judge Winfrey, returned from Madison At Lowest Cut Rate Prices Everyone has some character- dening in adding to the pleasures advice that he was not in imme- He was a man of high honor and istic by which he is knotvn. of farm ljfe, and the profits to be diate danger. Before they left his conduct on the city bench With Judge Winfrey was chiv- made from market gardening, A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner it his bedside the Judge regained was above reproach. He handed alry. He was a knight ot the the South will no doubt become Laxative Bromo Quinine Per Box 19c partial consciousness and recog- - out justice with fine judgment." present day. His manners were noted as a land of gardens. The "" iSingley LaxativeTablets 15c nized those near and dear to him. E. Q. Lockyear: Attorney perfect. Be met all ith a smile time has come for the real gar- "" 25c FINE FLOW OF ORATORY "Judge Winfrey's idea of justice and a gripping handshake. His den to set aside the old makeshift Hills Cascara Quinine 4i " Weeks Break a Cold Tablets 25c While practicing law in Evans- between man and man without bearing was that of a Kentucky ' garden, which was in summer a '". " " " '. Nyals 35c ville Judge Winfrey distinguish- being bound by any rules of precolonel. He attracted favorable little patch of beans and roast- - A. D. S. " " "" 25c ed himself, especially as a crimi- - cedent was of high order. He ingears, and in the fall afforded attention wherever he went. " " "" Rexal 19c rath-o- f nal lawyer. With his fine flow i decided a case on its merits room he was a a few collards and turnips. The Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil In the court " Bottle 83c oratory and dramatic abilities er than by rules of decided cases. ' d dramatic figure, He was at his real garden will be a "" 3c he became known as a man cap- -' Attorney W. M. Wheeler:"He best when facing a jury. Later for plat of land where can be, Scotts Emulsion " "" 00 Cod Liver Oil Nyals able of bringing any jury to was likable and a jolly good f on the bench in the and where will be grown a variewhen he sat " "' " ." Wine 100 One incident is told of low." ty of vegetables through a long city court he established many " " "" " Rexal 89c him which illustrates his drama-- ; Former Prosecuting Attorney reforms which made him popular season. "j "" " Emulsion " 50c tic capabilities. More than ten' 0. R. Luhring: "Judge Win with public and the legal pro" " "" "" A. D. S. 83c years ago he defended an Italian frey understood city court better fession. One of these was the Good Advice To Boy Scouts. ! 83c who was charged with the mur-- . than any man. He established whipping post for wife beaters. " ' Vinol 1.00 der of his wife. Before the jury many things in dealing out jus-h- e Poor and rich were dealt with Here is a bit of advice which Write us for Quotations stood with the young child office which were characteristic of by the judge. Differences Sir Kobert Sives American Boys: alike Sixth & Jefferson . the murderer. Getting down on his nature. One of these was a "As to the boys, I should have CITY LOUISVILLE, KY were patched in many homes, wife beaters." . . his knees and clasping his arms whipping post for liked to urge upon them to go whereas in the routine of some Feb- around the slender waist of the Judge Winfrey was born ahead as they have begun, courts cold jnstice would not. To learn cooking, and camp- little fellow, Judge Winfrey ruary 24, 1853, at Burkesville, have been so considerate. ing and how to look after them- i prayed for the youth and for Ky., the son of Thomas and Vir- Judge Winfrey was always ., , , , , . R. H. D1ETZMAN. Sec U. G. HARDWICK, Pits. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. VliP dpliverATicp of his father. It m'nin Winfrev. He spent most " V o"" prominent in politics. He had said that no more dramatic of his boyhood at Burkesville and or on lanu. been m the city only a fewl water i-IV. To be manly, chivalrous fel- was ever enacted in the. Columbia, Ky. When seventeen fcifcme months when his abilities drew lows especially by doing good fiiHjiit court room. year old he entered Lexington Viim infn nnhlin nflw f.w nf fMVW VVVr INCORPORATED 1889 186! ESTABLISHED In, the city court he gained college in Kentucky, graduating j deputy prosecutorship. From turns daily however small, to the ,rM0..ui::4-., u.r vmnmnrrflfniir vphts later. Later he at tnen on ne was a personage m weaker and smaller. "To join together, as troops or whippi DEALERS IN post for mischievous! tended the Louisville la w.school the public eye. The above was the Evansville patrols in doing public service, old clipped from years and when twenty-fiv- e .boys. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. papers. to the bar at Owens Indiana as a matter of duty and not with GRIST MILLS, FEEO MILLS O wing'p his splendid bearing was admitted Almost a Miracle any idea of being rewarded." 1301 TfflRTe5Nra-MftI- N. LOUISVILLS Judge Wirilrey made a fine ap- - boro.Ky. At uwensuoro ue wa One of the most stare ing changes earance on horse and was re- married to Miss Dora Chambers ever seen in any man according to W rfc of the Stanj CQm. garded as the finest horseman in of Henderson,;Ky., in 1887. Soon B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex , was ef- The SMOKESTACK of his wife he lo- fectd years ago in his brother. "He mittee, soon to be published, will Hhe state. Efe was known all after the death had such a dreadful cough." he writes, make an excellent campaign doc- over Indiana and liked every- cated in Evansville and opened a "that all our family thqught he was umen for the Demoeratic party. Sheet Iron and Tank Work where. He had lw equals as a law office in Third street between going into consumption, but he began use Dr King's New Discovery, and Especially that tells of how the story teller. As big friends said Locust and Main streets, later to completely cure! by ten bottles. was president-COn- fer"he was always telling some- moving to Fourth and Vine street. Now he is sound and well and weighs colonelthen Gary A few months after coming here 218 pounds. For many years our family red with Messrs. Frick and thing new," this wonderful for JOBBING WORK SOLICITED S appointed deputy prose- has usedand Colds." It's remedy safe and allowed the steel trust to quick, Coughs The Vanderburg County Bar he was s3B"-cuting attorney under Prosecutor reliableand guaranteed. Price 50 cents swallow the Tennessee Coal and --association will meet Monday to Kinds of Machinery Repaircd- and $1.00 Trial bottle free at Paul I Iron company. , draw up resolutions condoling his John Brownlee. Drug Co. JUDGE J. G. WINFREY During Year 1912 d. We not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want Add Many New Names to our ready Large List . i $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year i Louisville Times and News i well-mad- $4.50. P verything In The Drug Line ( al-ju- st i j j t I j j , well-care- 42-8- 50-1- el-tea- rs. j r i h n i HALL PHARMACY, ; . i ' If i i T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. -- W WAAMW W- -. ! j i piULtlVIGHTS f mACHlFllSTS , j j ! fflmXmfr " " ; All V J, c 4i -- ji. IflE Religious proceedings. Missionary Institute of the M. E. Church South, Columbia Dis- ADAIR COUNTY JWS trict held at Jamestown, Ky., March 3031. Session opened 9 a. m., W. F. presiding. Scripture lesson 100 Psalm. After religious services W. S. Knight was elected secretary and J. H. Stone assistant. First topic on the program-Sho- uld we pay our assessments and why? was very ably discussed bv the Presiding Elder, followed by J. L. Murrell, who briefly explained the different Conference claims. Bro. Murrell also read a very beautiful ' poem of his own composing The Heathen World, after which J. W. Caughron preached from St. Hogard How to Kill Your Town. Union, is prosecuting a campaign of education to secure the pasBuy from peddlers as much and sage of a law by Congress, which as often as possible. will prevent panics, safeguard Denounce your merchant bedeposits in banks, wrest financial cause they make a profit on their control from Wall Street and save goods. the taxpayers millions of dollars. If you would hear more about Glory in the downfall of a man the plan write to Secretary W.P.!whohas done much to build up Walton, who is in charge oftheiyour town: Make your town out a bad Kentucky Branch of the League in the Equitable Building, Louis- place and stab it every chance ville, and receive free literature you get. on the subject Refuse to unite in any scheme Men Bree:! to the best string of Stock in Kenfuckv for the Least A 'A iVionev A 'A ' Short Stoos. John 1:45. Patronize outside newspapers AFTERNOON SESSION. to the exclusion of your own and There never before was a then denounce yours for not beNext topic Pastors Duty to Missions ingiying and collect- time when the world had so ing as large and as cheap as the ' ing. J. L. Murrell handled this many city papers. subject in a very able manner, The peach crop promises to be Sparks From a Political Anvil. followed by the Presiding Elder. big enough for cholera morbus Next topic How do you raise purposes. Some men claim to be progresthese your plan. J. L. Piercy sive merely because they have Other seeds may be higher this handled this subject with disbeen jarred loose. tinction, and suggested some year, but seeds of kindness will Some politicians are like cuckoo very practicable plans. Hogard, cost no more. they expect their eggs to be Tarter and Knight joined in the What a pity that the average hatched by somebody else. discussion of this topic. man has no place to store away A hat in the ring with nothing NIGHT SESSION. ice for a dusty day! under it doesn't cut much figure. After song service and prayer, the Presiding Elder read and It was with difficulty that Lake These are days when a lot of 4, Michigan was kept from freez- political promises are read with commented on Matt., 18: This Celebrated young Stallion will make the present season (1912) at our barn at Roley, Ky., for the sum of J. L. Murrell then gave a lecture ing from shore to shore this Jacob voices from manuscripts $12.00 for a mare colt, or $10.00 for a horse colt. Rex Paull is registered 2928 in the American Saddle Horse Breeding written by Esau hands. Association. winter. on Gods Idea of Money. Anyhow, and also, we now DESRIPTION: Rex Paull is 6 hinds high, a dark bay, with fine mane and tail. He is 5 years old and weighs Next topic, The part our Lay Somebody has said "we are 195 pounds. Leaders ought to take in these to what we eat." We doubt it have "revision apart" in RepubRex Paull has defeated, more Stallions in the Fairs, as a show horse, than any other horse in this part of the State. bring best results was discuss- especially when we eat boiled lican ranks, even if we did fail His colls won the blues over the colts of four counties. His colts eleven months old, 700 pounds, and is I Ai hands to get revision downward. ed by W. S. Knight, followed by cabbage and turnips. ' high. Bro. Hogard and others. When presidential aspirants of We insure all colts to get up and suck. Lean retained on all colls. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not reDoctors saved the life of a like faith disagree the public has sponsible should any occur. SUNDAY MORNING SESSION 10 A.M. After song services and prayer New York man whose neck was a chance to get at the real facts. the Presiding Elder read the broken. But he will still have At the same time and place we will offer the service of Royal Peacock, who is a combined saddle and harness horse. 116th Psalm, and made some to live in New York. Suggestions to the Parmer. nine years old, a mode! in torm and action, rie is the sire ot some ot the best colts in Adair counly. Me will be permitvery appropriate comments and China invented fireworks a This is a rare opportun.itv - breed to this horse, as you will probably never have another ted to serve mares for $7.00 announced that the time had good many hundred years beIt is possible that a few sug- chance to breed for this small fee. He was sired by Oid Peacock, owned by Thompson Bros., Lebanon, Tenn. His first come for the Love Feast and fore it had an independence day gestions may be made, which, if dam was Capt. Harper's blooded mare, by Young Clipper He will stand on the insure plan, the money due when the made a brief explamation of the followed, will in part lessen a colt is foaled or mare parted with, or traded or sold. to explode them on- Quite a number of custom. great deal of suffering, loss and Automatic starters may be all those present testified briefly to expense. An animal, warm Will make season, (1912) at our stable at Roley at $8.00 to insure a living colt all right. their religions experience which right for automobiles, but they from work, should not be allowed BEAUCHAMP is 8 years old, 15 hands high, black with mealy points, heavy bone and muscle. Beauchamp resulted in a very pleasant sea- would never do to set a political to drink large quantities of wa- - has proven himself to be one of the best mule Jacks in this part of the State, imparting size and style to his eets. Hts mules ! campaign in motion. sons ' forgiven. j 12-1- can buy goods a great deal cheapThere seems to be no kind of er in some town and charge them insect powder that is fatal to with extortion. If a stranger comes to your town tell him evhumbugs. ' erything is overdone and predict The forty immortals have slid a general crash in the near future. back into obscurity, and all is Why dosen't an ice floe flow. for the betterment of the mater ial interests of the people. Tell your merchant that you REX PATLL 1 1 ROYAL" PKACOCK t- BEAVCIIAMP the-prese- 1 tef were among the best Hogard preached from Though a Minnesotaman caught Mark 1G:15 The Great a ton of fish with his hands, and left no ground others have made greater catches whatever for disbelievers to with their imaginations. stand upon. Sacrament of the The couples who get married in Lords supper after the sermon. a flying machine evidently do nr.t AFTERNOON SESSION 2 P. M. After song service Bro. Piercy desire much elaborate ceremoread 1st. John 20: with ap- niesjust a plane wedding. BrO. Corn-commissi- on Pick up loose nails, or bend them over if found in boards. Keep the garden scythe where they pull them, ; the county last year, and brought top prices. Beauchamp was sired by Ben McFarland's fine Jack and his dam was a well bred Jennet by John McFarland's in f v 16 takiea they are rake and cannot be hand Jack. Money due when colt is foaled, mare bred to other stock, traded or removed from neighborhood, to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. AH care ent, and brought about a general Antoinette and eat golf balls if of two things; dirty or Mr. Will Edd Hunter, of Messrs. Luther Bell, Gilford! good feeling in the entire audicollars. There is no excuse for Hamilton and Leonard Walker, Gradyville, spent last Sunday at we can't have bread. ence. v ' A. C. Pulliam's. either. were transacting business in anxiously the time We await Bros.jHogard, Murrell, Piercy Miss Annie Kinnaird, of Red Saturday. KnigH,made appropriate re when the little Pu Yi A farmer has to keep about 20 Columbia and Lick, spent Sunday night at J. marks on uib iBmen part of the will begin making attempts to sheep a whole year to get wool, Mr. D. W. Kinnaird who has' P. Bells enough to buy a suit of clothes. been laid up for several weeks; work. come back. They all do it. Mr. Guy Nell, of Gradyville, One sheep will produce wool with lagnppe is greatly lm ' SUNDAY HT. was calling at this place Sunday. li., A gun made of cement is one enough to make the suit. The proved. The session C10StfP itn a very J. P. Bell did business at Toria Miecpc q?h flnd Blanr-hforcible sermon, olKevelation of the latest devices for war other nineteen sheep are kept to Walk. Saturday- 22: 17, by J. L. MvSlL who purposes. It is dangerous to pay manufacturers, distributors er, spent Tuesday night at J. P. ' rs- - ne Kinnaird and litte handled this farewell prBfce to stand either at the muzzle or the and others. Bell. T) 1M j: s a wniie breech. Lilt: sauai.auuuii ui a largpjfuui-1aie Just a few hours of exposure Mr. Orris Hamilton who nasal"' Edmonton, r, ence. We take off our hat to the to a driving windstorm will chill position at Columbia, is on an with relatives at which not only draws sui- lambs so that they never will be extended visit at his home RecT Sunday school will be organ- Appropriate resolutions on enized at this place Sunday. tertainment ancTfche social part cides back from the dark shore, quite so good as they would oth - Lick. ' of the occasion were adopted, butpatches up their lovers' quar- erwise. Farmers Home Journal. There are several cases of Mr. J. S. Kinnaird visited his and every one appeared to have rels. community of Red sister, Mrs. Vallie Combs, who No one wants an impertinent mumps in the benefited by the Institute been is quite sick, Sunday. Let us take time to speak sweet swaggering, cigarette smoking ck, having been held here. Mr. CP. Bell and R. H. KinThe big rain that fell on the foolish words to those we love. boy about an office, or as a clerk, Wl S. Knight Secty. By and by, when they can no bookkeeper or stenographer, first of April did a lot of damage naird did .business at Gradyville both land and fencing, last week. The National Citizens' League, longer hear us. our foolishness Girls do not acquire the detesta- - to The farmers are getting very Mr.. C. C. Kinnaird and wife, composed of business men, with will seem more wise ths.n our able habits and are, therefore, getting the places. visited Mrs. Vallie Combs Sun- - anxious for pretty C weather to (organizations in every state in the best wisdom. ill-fitti- ng knocked down. Wash and oil the collars occasionally. Two minutes work at the end of the day is sufficient to propriate comment. easy to keep the surface of a collar Fashion notes make it Next topic (How and by what foretell that ladies' hats will be clean, soft and pliable. A damp system have our women accom- high and pocketbooks retain sponge and a cake of harness plished so much.) This topic their usual shape of flatness. box soap kept in the curry-com- b was discussed by Mrs. D. T. TarGolf ball are to be cheaper. are the only equipment needed. S j ter to the satisfaction of all pres- But we cannot paraphrase Marie Shoulder galls are due to one; 1-- 15 This fine Jack will make the present season at the same place, at $6.00 for a mare colt or $5.00 for a horse colt. Jeff is a coal black with white points, and heavy bone and muscle, This Jack has proven himself to be one of the finest breeders in the country. Stock men will do well to see this line of stock before breeding. J Jp f I Stock will have our personall attention. price for grain. We will pasture a limited number of marcs at $2. per month, or a j ; j WOLFORD BROS. Casey Creek, Ky. Nell. j day. come. They will be late, owing I , I : ex-Emp- or , j j - p j , 1 i - pul-moto- the continued rain. Mr. T. T. Bell spent Sunday at S. L. Kinnairds. Mr. James H. Kinnaird Jr., of Red Lick, while driving a team, hitc'ied to a wagon, one day last week, came verv near being seriously hurt, the team became frightened and ran some distance throwing Mr. Kinnaird to tho ground, the wagon pased over his right side and he was thought to be very badly hurt, but at this time is getting along nicely. ' i I j j i The street corners is ttlSbSst place in the world for teaching vice profligacy and crime nearly all the bad language and idle, vicious habits of boys are taught c on the streets at late hours of j the night. , ,tv Revenge is the only debt which it is wrong to pay. I TJSE ADAIR COUNT THE ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS from Wall Street, M WS it will be a great achievement, and one in which everybody will be interested. Drop a postal card to Secretary W. P. Walton, at the heacU quarters of the Kentucky branch of the League, No., 517 Equita-- Published Every Wednesday BY THE M ' . ' Adair County News Company. ( " ' -- Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. ble Building, Louisville, in-er- and iff he m '- will send you literature bearing Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. The Black 'Hawk Gore Drill -- M M on the subject. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offi- ce as sec-n- d It is time for trre Democrats of Ml Tennessee to bury all differences and get together. As a result of the split that State elected a Re. publican Governor. The death of Senator Bob Taylor made it necessary for his successor to be appointed by the Governor; and he named Newell Sanders, a Republican, of Chattanooga. To us it seems that Governor Hooper would have done the proper thing if he had appointed Hon. Alf Taylor, who is a Republican and a brother to the deceased Senator. The following is from the Anderson County News: Brer. Saufley and "the" Congressman made a "flying visit" to the State of Adair several days ago and on their return, in of a three column "write-up- " that good and thriving city, he is satisfied that "the" Congressman will carry the county handsomely. Brer. Saufley, did your candidate display any effort to get Casey and Adair in this district? - Globe and Calumet Fertilizers -- , m m liSm. WED. APEIL., 17. 1912, Democratic Ticket. v - Genuine Brown Cultivators Have Stood the "Test of Time CaU on " m 2- - For President SCAR W, UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. Announcements For Congress We are authorized to announce Jack Chinn a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August, yrd. mi 7AS jSSW m The Jeffries Hardware Store MM,MM. ., The damage by recent high waters in the Mississippi Valley is so large it can not be estimated with any degree of accuracy. It is said it will reach many millions of dollars. m m MisiHMMMPaHMsiiPMliSpi HHMM county added to replace those lost in counties taken away. 'I hate to lose LOUISVILLE MARKETS? Rockcastle,' said ajr. Helm 5iP? 'but Casey and Adair are great little commonwealths themselves. Just say Nf on Live Stock for me that I hope they will like me as Latest Quotations well as I like them.' The others spoke in similar vein." CATTLE to-nig- m mmmmmi is now believed that the Democratic State convention will be held early in May. The Executive Committee will meet in Louisville in a few days to fix the time and place. If so, General Frederick Dent Grant, the oldest son of Gen. U. S. Grant, died in New York on the morning of the 12th. He was the Commander of the Department of the Eaet, U. S. A It m 3 Just think of Congressman The Adair county delegates to the Republican State convention were seated in the Eighth district, and Mr. W. A. rVfirpv , nf triis nlnrp wnt; nnmpH - ... r- - w, w.-- j as a member of the Committee Con-gressiw- on ! ....... on Kues- - . j Z Mr. Roosevelt carred Pennsyl-- 1 vania easily. Out of sixty-fou- r Local MarKet . uae u' "Ie Does he express in the above electorial votes he elected fiftv. , of the democrats on his Taft fourteen. When the State interview how "crazy" and,ablf 1,1 . Eggs : fco urnnld ho if tUv mailing list, as well as the re.:,.. ,v, 10 . Hens e i, .:n Jn i.u woro niQnorl in hic rlicrripf? .iw. publicans;, but Caleb was dear" .., ... v.vv.w. 7 . ..v,.. Chickens vuicui cue ubacc win xnuic biian "v-l t0 his heart on this occasion, Cocks likely be instructed for Roose- - Not one word fell from his lips 10 Turkeys even through a "go between." velt. Woodrow Wilson, Demo-- 1 in approval of same. You know' 6 Geese ' 9 Ducks the reason why he didn't? He we welcomea me Sooa courmes crat, also carried the State. 14 Wool fall clipping . . of Casey and Adair to come into HiHn'ithat, anllnnfno. 27 : Wool spring clipping. i:i.. ! l c Many Republicans of Adair tors Hubble and Dowling could our congressional uwcucl ueiur 8 Hides (green) 44 the districting bill passed and Feathers are saying some very hard things pass the bill through the Senate 00 our good governor to sign Ginseng of the men who led in and House, bringing those two 50 Beeswax 25 dis- - jifc' and vve believe firmly thoae Yellow Root "... the recent county convention. It (splendid counties into this 2 May Appleiper lb) is a fight among themselves and trict and taking them out of the counties will be in the far as we are concerned it can republican wilderness, but they ic column safely before many continue, as we are not expect- - did pass the bill and the Governor imoons wax and wane Brer ingany bloodshed. Just a war signed it and the two Senators Harris of the News' at Colum-o- f words. above urged him to do it. Did bi is one ?f these kind of dem" your Congressman write or wire ocrats in whom there is n0 suile k The New York delegation will the Governor to sign the bill?and does yeoman service for his go to Chicago uninstructed, but No. Did you? No. Here js party through his splendid news-i- n down the throat o a "uapey' in behalf of democratic chicken destroys .the. wormi the State convention the ad-- 1 another interview of your Con-- P nnd saves the chiefs life. of THE ministration of President Taftjgressman, after the bill had nominees, and the editor few drops la the drlnklnc wata endorsed, and the delegates nnnripr..Tnnr- - Andbrson'News hopes to have nt- tn th was CURES and PREVENTS GAPES soon of his ac- , nal, on March 10th, from Arthur tne p!easure elected are for him. It is reas-white diarrhoea, roup, cholera onable to conclude that the Pres-- ! Krock. a thoroutrhlv reliable and quamtance. and other chick diseases. Ident will secure the vote of the! most excellent srentleman and! One 50c Bottle of . . ISWU O.U JW..m& u.uw AUG Oyilllfc State. correspondent, which reads as State Normal closed last week. The Adair county girls and boys all passed. follows: Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Roosevelt and "While those Kentucky counties) Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle or Dora twelve year old daughter of this medicine on hand. Write for free sample Speaker Champ Clark had easy which were switched about in the con- - Prof c R Paynef died at Burkesville and Booklet on .Diseases oirun. auuic BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington. Ky. trying Mondav nieht. The interment will be sailing in Illinois. The former' gressiona! redistricting act aretnem i i Sold by to rememoer wn represents two (WdH ! 7 I Helm sending his private secre- Beef steers 5.506.50 Representative and tary, Mr. George L. Willis, to Fat heifers and cows 425(5)4.75 what The Adair County News one year and Cutters 2.0o3.00 Senator did he ask to support the act in conjunction with the The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Canners 1.002.25 redistricting bill, as passed? Did 2 253.00 A Bulls secretary of Caleb Powers, Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. 4.254.75 he ever in private, or public in- after he, on one occasion, had re- Feeders 2.75y.75 Stockers This is your opportunity if you want terview, before the bill passed, fused to speak to Caleb? Did Choice milch cows 15. say one word in behalf of the he say in this interview he was Commjn to fair cows to keep up with the procession. Sen$ HOGS gallant Casey and Adair demo- proud and glad that Casey and name, address and money to B cracy coming into this district? Adair had come into this dis- Choice 210 up No. He is one of his interviews trict? No. He said instead: Mediums, 165 to 210. 5.50 5g Pigs.. before the bill passed: "But Casey and Adair are great Roughs Columbia, Ky. "Anent the taking out of the Eighth little commonwealths themselves. SHECP AND LAMBS T4 5:00 6'?? St Say for me that I hope they Best iambs Congressman Harvev Helm, who rimre-- ! ."..... d.OU(fl,o,OU u r:,n. ... ai tuaioLiciiic win nie me ,. ...n as T i:i-- Culls :n i:i, nn nk.M..;.n a nivc acuta me .LJi&iitu, ottjro. aa wen 3.00-- 4 00 Fatsheep the effort to put Rockcastle in the lovely of him th 0hf how Eleventh as extremely small politics, GRAIN and that the pe0pie behind the move to so express himself in words 90;are making ifc for reasons other than of everlasting nraise. He didn't Wheat. 50 i 'Corn... the general good and welfare of the! be- mind sending to Caleb them, Partv- - ' " WHY pri-vate Shipping steer t. 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The re- ' for Presidential preference by a spnt the ddy hee in .study of maiHn& mams arrived last evening. 11SU5, Iliiiutj ajiu ui xvciiLuuny. plurality of 110,000' to . 115,000. RepresentativesiiiawiicaCantrill arrived J. C. Clark, the Democratic candidate, tonight and Representatives Harvey You will look a good while before you and Caleb Powers find a better medicine for coughs and Helm, W. won over Woodrow Wilson by a were here J. Fields when the news j colds than Chamberlain's Cough Reme-cam- e night last majority of something akin of the passage of the redistrict. dy. It not only gives relies it cures, ing act. There was a great exchang- - j Try it when you have a cough or cold, ing of mailing ljate on the" part of and you are certain to be pleased with Congressional secretaries, but the up j'the proTnot un- - which k will effect. i . . in':.i, i i m nnm, pRULL DRUG CO. Columbia A most helpful, a moat Ky. Durham &?B3iLmzz3t -- ' -- , If the National Citizen's .League can secure a law that will render panics alrnost impossible and wrest financial ty miich the same. Familiar names Be at the were fpund on the lists and friends and control supporters were discovered in every I night SZZL?tLti? HI1KW L11QL U.CllbUVAV VfVUIIMWC Cl G U1CL- - by PauH Drug Co. court-hotis- e this (Tuesday 1 jserm6n, clothed though delivered in simplicity, came from Dr. Gross Alexander Monday ii. .! i:i v.. u Tt. evening at me meuiuuisi. cuuitn. x. was heard by the students of the and residents of the town. is riot a surprise that a gentleman of It Dr. Alexander's scholarly attainments reputation possesses an inter-stat- e a great writer and a great He is -Lmd-sey-Wilson entertaining correct English, in Jfjjgr P 35c . fhilethey Last" " See Display In Our Show Window Reed: Hardware Co. v x .X ME. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS progress, in Christianity and modern civilization since the missionaries began their work there. Then you pass into the great continent of Africa, the second largest in the world. Darkness and light is seen in all its fullness. As we are to see Livingston's work in Af-m tne second ipisoae or me l nca Pageant, I will not say more of Africa -' $"fr4S"9"89'Q"Q' $ !row wMiv Mr ,ra r ) To have pure and wholesome Vj food-,- be sure that your baking o) powder is made trom cream w of tartar and not from alum. if - ra I w " '& 11 The Lsahei waSi ssssssse jfosu T -- m TO it .V3 K.oyai is ""- .1 me omy DaKing powder made trom Koyal 1 1 1 -- . 1 1 m I ' '- f'va-knw- k i"X- - 'I 040 lVn Ho ABum Ho Lime Phosphates . i VI here. In the South Hall we enter the Home Mission fields and pass through hurried ly, for time and space will not permit much to be told here. We enter Alaska and meet the dog siege and fur clad folks that make one feel shivery. Then into the Philippine Islands, Hawaiin Is- lands, Porto Rico, then among the North American Indians. We will see more of these in the" first Episode of (A ' the Pageant. Then the mountain re gion of Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina South Carolina. eria and Alabama. The C. W. B M., is utj j represented in their schools at Hazel- and Morehead. Some of the M greeninteresting work in home missions most is being carried on among the mountaineers of Kentucky and Tennessee , a The immigrant problem is the greatest 15 problem of the home missions to day. In ail these csuntries, both home and m foreign, you see the ancient and modern condition of the different nations, and M their ancient darkness and modern light ACl, through the gospel. In my next I will describe the five episodes of the Pa'geant. The Pageant Expointeresting of all W is the most it can only be fullytheenjoyed sition, and r At by seeing it. uL Z. T. Williams. i imply in the right way wm fi To get the maximum crop you must cultivate your ground, and cultivate it the Oliver way. u!5ESS5s E The Oliver JSlo. 1 Cultivator is made to cultivate your --w 8 ft G crops better than they were ever cultivated before. It is made to lighten your work because it is the easiest to guide, to raise, to lower and to adjust. It is built for service and will serve you well. I I ! I Reed Hardware Company. i 34&$$$$4$$$4m3i An Old $ 44$$$$44"9"8$$"8 Lady Citizen Dead. Transylvaria Presbytery which met at Mr. Elrah Sublett, who lived at Lancaster last week, decided to hold its Cane Valley, and at one time one of the October meeting at Union, Adair coun'The World in Cincinnati." ty. This meeting will bring about best kno n men in Adair county, died thirty able ministers to the county. Ar- last Fridy afternoon. He wa- - eighty-fiv- e yti.rs old and had been an invalid rangements will be made to accommoMr. J. H. Kinnaird, Red Lick, was people are looking for- for thii ty years. He was highly reIn my last letter I promised to tell date, and the spected, a great reader, and a man of here Monday. something of "The World in Cinci- ward to the occasion with much fine sense Mr. J. A. Wise, of Bowling Green, nnati." It is an Exposition of World Wide Missions, or the Missionary' Why He Was Lgte. was here Thursday. The amount of claims allowed at the World in miniature. Music hall is one of "What made you so late?" Mr. and Mrs. R. F Paull spent last the most suitable places for such an ex- - j recent sitting of the Fiscial court, "I met Smithson." week in Louisville. that could be found in any ed up nearly $4,000. The levy made for "Well, that is no reason why you Mr. J. O. Russell left for Cincinnati American city. The large auditorium!1 State and county purposes, 95 cents on should be an hour late getting home to ' market this morning. will seat G,000 people. The halls on the one hundred dollars. supper." Mrs. Lou Miller's condition remains either side of the building have ample j g"I know, but I asked him how he was room to represent all the nations in the SALT FOR SALE. feeling, and he insisted on telling me same as last reported. about the world. This was the third Exposition about his stomach trouble." Mr. W. M. Vance will leave for Per- of the kind that has been held in the ' I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, "Did you tell him to take Chamberry, Pla , the latter part of the week. world. The first one was "The Orient which cost only 15 cents more than the lain's Tables? you buy else-Sa"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold Mr. G. W. Dillon and his son, Frank in London," the second one was "The 5j bushel barrel which 33-World in Boston. Its purpose is the where. Lewis. by Paull Drug Co, B., visited in Columbia last Friday. awakening, the educating and the inMr. Herbert Smith returned from a spiring of Christian America at heart A letter from the Adjutant, Emma Don't be surprised if you have an atvisit to Louisville a few days ago. in the World Wide Missions. The MisD. Webb, states that Capt. Dan sionary Education Movement of New tack of rheumatism this spring. Just Schroer, of the Salvation Army, will Mr. W. R. Lyon was here from rub the affected parts freely with Campbellville last Friday and Saturday. York, representing the interest of all Chamberlain's Liniment and it will be irkColumbia the last of this week or ,, ,. the Home and Foreign boards of the ,, , urug the first of next, soliciting funds for Mr Geo. R. Miller, spent Sunday at United is back of it It is not a soon disappear, jjoia dv rami States the poor. He will also hold open air home with his mother, Mrs. Lou Miller. money-makin- g machine. $"0,000 was Co. services. Mr. Z. T. Pelley, who was appointed Mr. Ezra Moore, Jamestown, was subscribed by the people of Cincinnati, to guarantee the expenses, and I heard , magistrate for the Pellyton and Little here Sunday, en route for Nashville. For Sale. one of the committee say . three days Cake districts, was in town Monday Mr. Wade Helm, son of Mr. W. A. before it closed that it lacked S500 then ' and took the oath of office. My. Pelley Price The Famous Parry Buggies. Helm, has been quite sick for the past of paying expenses. I am thankful j s a man Qf fine sense and there is not a J. H. Pelley. week, to our Heavenly Father for the oppor-- ; doubt but he wilPmake an excellent reasonable. Columbia, Ky. tunity of seeing. Wish more of our official. Mr. J. W. Kerr, of Campbellsville, spent a couple of days in Columbia lost people could have seen it. First, I i Mr. H. C. Farleigh, of Montana, son The Danger After Grip. will take you through the nations as week, system. Lies often in a exhibited in the great halls of the of Mr. Henry Farleigh, is spending a few weeks with his father. He is a Weakness, nervousness, lack of appeMessrs. H. T. Parrott and B. II. building. prosperous wheat grower and last sea- tite, energy and ambitijn, with disorGilpin, Campbellsville, were here a few We first enter China in the North hall. dered liver and kidneys often follow an son he harvested 6,000 bushels. days ago. where both ancient and modern China j attack of this wretched disease. The exhibits are shown. We enter into a greatest need then is Electric Bitters, Mrs. John D. Lowe, who was quite Attention, MocRmen.- typical Chinese village. In the center t sick a day or two last week, has greatthe glorious tonic, blood purifier and is a great pagoda towering above the j ly improved. regulator of stomach, liver and kidneys My fine Jack, Teddy Roosevelt, wih others. At one side is a temple with l f make the season at my barn, Thousands have proved that they wonMr. Clay Coleman, of Junction City, numerous idols, its erreat temple bell. mile from Columbia. He is 4 years old. derfully strengthen the nerves, build was here last week, looking for com- Next to this may be found a shrine up the system and restore to health and with three Buddhist figures in it. a fine breeder. Fee six dollars. bined horses. S. H. Mitchell, good spirits after an attack of Grip. If Then shops devoted to curios, an opium j t. suffering, try them Only T0 cents. Mrs. A. A. Miller and her little son, den with its full equipment, is found Slid and perfect satisfaction guaranEJwin, who were quite sick last week, tnere. mere were women there who Now is the time to have your Rubber teed by Paull Drug Co. have greatly improved. were dressed in the costumes of the tires put on. I have fresh rubber, Master James Herriford, who was conntry. ThenN the Missionaries tell made this year, prices lower than ever The Fiscal Court will meet Thursday operated on at Lebanon is reported to you about the work in China. The and am prepared to paint Buggies, also of this week and receive bids for the many diseases that the people are call and get prices and see my work. be getting along nicely. building of the bridge across Russell afflicted with. Then we pass through 24-Is F. Eubank. creek at the Birk ford. Misses Mat tie and Fannie Evans and the Japanese department, and you see Lela Beard, of Edith, Visited in Col- - an exhibit of her resources and prog- The shows at the Parlor Circle Th birthday of hit. Samuel umma last .uonuay. at for this week will be Thursday and was oO, 000 000 people hve in Ja- - dusky, Glensfork, r ss. About Mrs. Jennie Coffey has just recover-- 1 pan. Korea is now a part of Japan. . It his home a week ago last Sunday, Saturday nights. od rmm s ww. - snell of laorriDDe.J a beautiful country in its scenery and All his children were present and a sovflre 3 buildings. The temple of Uudda is a most sumptuous dinner was spread. brand of fertiliwhich lasted three weeks. I handle a first-clas- s large ouitaing witn its strange root' zer. I sell for cash and at reduced Nearly every family in Columbia prices. Call and see me. Miss Elizabeth Drake, teacher in the lines, and one large image of Buddaand Public School, returned from her home two small ones They have their curi- have planted everything necessary to Solomon McKinley 2.V2t in Bowling Green last Friday. os and native costumes as in the Chi- be put in the ground at this time nese department. You see their shops I want to thank my friends and Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw and her son, Lost: a package between Russell made a business and stores and how bargains are made Springs and Columbia. It contained neighbors for their continued kindness Mr. Clyde Crenshaw, in this interesting country. You are to my beloved husband during his long trip to Campbellsville last Friday. told all abouf their manners and cus- two dress patterns, one silk T he find llness and helpless condition. notify Mr. Orres Hamilton, who spent three toms by those whos represent that er will please Maud Conover. , Mrs. Ida Rounds, weeks at his home in Metcalfe county, country. Miss Stella Lewis, of Lincoln Columbia, Ky. j county, Kynwho has spent seven years Notice returned to Columbia last Thursday. in Japan, is ne 01 tne missionaries Attorney General James Garnett will . who Cm Thelre are a great many subscribers yQU abouJ. it Any one desiring hair braided call on on our books who evidently know that Mrs. reached Columbia Wednesday Theft you pass into India, a land of J. Z. Pickett,. Columbia Ky. f w.w mw.w.v.. .,j. v they are behind. We would be glad to ilUUi.1, "architecture wonderful. beautiful i receive remittance fromall such, as we Miss Ruth Sommers, who spent a , orate in character. They have need the money due us You will find a lull line of W. T. month with relatives in Cumberland Goas tnan any otner nation in the Rawleigh's remedies, extracts and toilet world. They are said to worship county, returned home last Thursday. A great many peach trees about the store of Math Kelsey, gods. It is the oldest protestant town are in bloom The pears are not articles, at roller mill. Mrs. Charles Pyle arid children. o missionary find in the world in modern killed, and the indications point to con- near the t . Lincoln county, are visiting at the missions. WiHiam Carey in Calcutta, siderable fruit. home of Mrs. Pyle's parents, Mr. atid in 1793 is thejbeginning of modern misBefore buying pumpscall "and see my Mrs. J. S. Breeding. warm, sunshiny days of last stock, all kinds, prices low. sions there. A great work bas been The Lord in these 100 years. ' S.F. Eubank. week gave the farmers an opportunity 24-who met with done for the Mrs. Easter Dohoney, We next pass into Burmah with iis to get in a great deal of very iman accident last week, reported else- 12,000,000 population where Judson be- portant work. vaStock Peas of the where in this paper, is getting along gan his work in 1813. It's a land i riety for Sale. Gall on, phoneor write very "nicely, age considered. Chewning sold Sel Bennetta A.'-SBuddismand Pagodas. . The first Bur-ma- n J. A. English, Columbia, Ky. convert was baplked in 1819, now pair of work mules.last week. We un- Mr. W. S. Rexroat; of Covington, Ball game at Lindsey- - Wilson Friday 'brother-in-laof Mr. Walker Bryant, there are 100,000 christians there. derstand the consideration was ?355 and Saturday afternoon, this" week. visited in Columbia last Friday, accom- Then you come to KoTea with its 13,- good second hand buggy for sale. Middleburg against Lindsey-Wilsopanied by Mr. G. K. Rexroat, of De- 000,000 people, with r0,oG0 protestant j A Finis Rosenbaum. " Come, every body. catur, Ky. christians. Korea toas made wonderful t Personal New Moddels in American Corsets Sold by V. L. WALKER. lOKUbV ti33i J7 M- -. ( foot-hibiti- on ( t m 3t 4 rs - run-dow- n ! L.-- i " i 5?ni one-hal- ! I 23-2- r ' ,4M San-celebrat- ed S lit ? JSl r -- g . 1912 Season BLACK DIAMOND, No- - 3610 a. v?vy .". .; i.om.twlmi 1" 330,-000,0- 00 - 22-4- 8t whip.-poor-wi- ll . a great Jack in size, quality and braedTng, foil" io nanas stanaara. measure, will weign xiDJ pounds, black with whit points. Was sired by lb hand registered Jacks on both sides. He will Serve ma rc . 51U to insure a living toal. iNo Jennets bred lill June 10. Jennets bred on same-- : terms as mares Pasture for Jennets after una 1 5, $1 per month. is -- This Gjeat Jennet Jack w Geo.-Y- . n. Thompson, Centre, Kyi Metcalfe County, Ky. FTjSjj '- .- vja wp fr-- v -- "5SS It W" TRF AAIK COUNTY NEWS How to be Certain of -- Wilsons Store. LOCUST - GROVE - STOCK - FARM Curing Constipation Kv.. Letters recently received from M. E. Prejudice is a hard thins to overcome, init where health is at stake and the Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Ham- opinion of thousands of reliable people mersmith, 118 v. Chestnut St., Louisville, bediffers from yours, prejudice then comes your menace and you ought to lay it aside. This is said in the interfrom est of people suffering'worthy chronic of their constipation, and it Is attention. opinion of legions of reliable In the American people the most stubborn constipation imaginable can be cured Tiy a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on not been that account, or because it hassold very blatantly advertised. It has successfully on word of mouth recomParents are giving it to mendation. their children today who were given it by their parents, and it has been truthfully said that more druggists use it personally in their families than any other laxative. non-griping are but n. (o.w of thousands showing the esteem in which Dr. Caid- tvoii-vvriin h'oncin ix no (i it i inim not violent, like gentle, salts or catnarucs. it cures grauuauy and pleasantly so that in time nature .1 Ann aa no u vki va xbiiuut. u.sxiii uuco till Anrn viA1z virVS11 fMl- fside aid. Constipated people owe It to themselves to use this grand bowel 1 Wheat is looking promising in this community. Mr. Otis Holt visited relatives ' at Esto, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Pearl McQueary who has spent several week very pleasent ly in this community returned to her home in Taylor county last rt sunaay. one was accompaineu.j j i PNEUMONi left me with a frichtf ul couch ai d I had spells when I coCi hardly breathe or speak for 10 to L'O minutes. My aocwr couiu noun me, but I was completely cured t. very weak. j J wl 1 m MWmBmMm lew Mrs. 50c DR. ftG'S Discovery K 111. J. E. Cox, Joliet, ij U m AND STtOO AT ALL specific. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedv before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or ono dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo 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. to Campbellsville by Mr. D. L. Wilson who' was en route for the Louisville market. Uncle Washington Holt who is one hundred and one y ears or age is lying dangerously ill at IP C. D. VETERINARY gaaErarJTHra j DRUGGISTS, Crenshaw SURGEON this writing. Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at, my Barn. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al uiiUiimiiuuiuiiuuiuuiumuiuuiiUitauuiuiutaiiUiu Woodson Lews r The great Green River Merchan- dise Distributor, has just Received a l Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - ing, Shoes &c. H 5 !E2 Which he is offering at Popular prices. 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. Sugarjl5 lbs for one dollar 3 Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for $6.25 4.75 is Best Pattent Flour per bbl 4.25 ; Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It willjpay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and youwiII always know what you bought. 1 RAVEN BIRD birthday Wedher eighty-fourt- h by nesday April the third, several Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. of her children and grandchildren 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by "Thompson's Lexington, he by being present. Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Cald-- 1 ai Mr. Grover Bryant and Miss well's Denmark, he byKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Brown 81. Nona Bryant surprised their Nat Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, G friends last Sunday week by; years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head driving to the residence of Rev. and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries J. M. Pirece, where tbey were to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and happily married. Only a few the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or friends being present. May handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most! every good deed be theirs as they attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he hasj for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as journey down life stream to many show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces ' gether is the wish of the writer. oh his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen; i to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one ' Knifley, 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 Bad weather for farm work an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his wor- j and farmers badly behind with thy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. their work. Wheat looks very Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. bad for the season. Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Grass is starting up nicely Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam which will save feed as hay and fodder of all kinds are very Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. IE 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist scarce, is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old. 153 hands high. You Mrs. John Pike is very poorly will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good with a throat trouble. breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har Mrs. J. M. Beard is very low as his ness, and nicely gai ted, in fact he is a combined horse of highj with cancer on the breast. oIqcc U11U nracanfc a rnafrnifiriarf atinoaratiro mrwwVioro vnn nlnoo iTirl U&AWW U11J 4WlJhJ, JlUilVU lUUlliAilllV lliil J J U J&MWK J S. W. Absher and wife visited him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle hors Virgil Knifley and family last es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to in-- j Saturday and Sunday. sure a living colt. ! AuntCytha Conover celebrated fegf -- SPk Attnetin lo Eyes Special Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-etfi- l, gical work done at fair prices 1 am l well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock J removed irom stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ON BURKSVILLE Joseph CI H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky, J g t Why Not J Read The j L ll4. 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. day and Sunday. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features Mrs. J. J. Humphress and fam- of a s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most ily left last Tuesday for Terre excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. Haute, Ind., to see her husband. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Colum- first-clas- W. Absher and wife visited A. C. Wheeler and family Satur- J. Marion Courier Journal? ? Have a Full Stock of Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Lee Knifley sold R. H. Russell, of Tavlor Co., one span of two year old mare mules for $290, and bought a 4 year old mare from same party for $150. Same party bought a span of two year old mare mules for $250 j.YXL bia. HENRY WATTERSQN I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a dis- Editor. tance. 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 We CanFurnish You 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 j Tll6 Audif COMltV NCWS should any occur. i XXlllUlvl dllll WIACj JL -- 315t-eJfr" Salt, Lime and Cement. 1'will buy ajl your crop of wheat and pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? Satisfaction Guaranteed. S ; S 2 Texas, are here on a visit of sev eral days to see the latters father, Mr. J. R. Wade, who has been paralyzed for some time. Mr. Redford Bowen and wife, of Action, spent Saturday and Sunday here with relatives. Mr. Wilbur Beard and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the formers mother, at Camp- bellsville. Dee Knifley's little child, who was run over by a wagon, has A. S. CHEWNING, Ozark. - Columbia, Kentucky. and Mrs. Rollin '? Johnson, and claimed for its victim the spirit of little Allen Coleman, and took him home to God. He was a victim of croup- ious pneumonia, and was the, youngest child, born Nov., 17, 1911, making him 4 months and ! and the home of Mr. Weekly Courier-Journal are having some pretty weather now. Mr. Solo men Turpen, who has been visiting relatives at Columbia, returned to the home of Mr. James Blackford, where he is We i Both One Year For $1.50 ! j WOODSON LEWIS 1GREENSBURG, KY.1 E , E r i r !!i!!!m!??mfflm!t!!!H!!!!!t!mn!!!55!!1t!!!!!!H!!nmt!W about recovered. W. E. Bryant and Etsil Dun- bar left last Friday for Illinois, The former on a visit and the latter to work through the crop season. All was done that now located. loving hands could do, but God Mrs. John Bell visited her in His mysterious way saw fit to daughter, Mrs. J. C. Montgomtake him where death or sad! ery, Thursday night. t parting never come. It is so hard Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roy visit- for us to submit to God's will, ed the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. but he doeth all things well, L. Maupin last Sunday. not dear parents andi i 7 days old. r ' , We can also give liberal combination rate with Dailv a or bunday Courier Journal, j f j Write Courier-Journ- al 'Corn-Wee- p - The Adair County News and Daily Courier-JournBoth one year $4.00 al Mrs. Ganda Mann, of Taylor ;co,spent a few days here last her sisters and brother. i ! The boys on the farm are bet- - 'L TT. oil f miss ouva xaumpnress, or be so. Acquire business habits Absher. spent a few days last thousids of the boys who are your time learningto tie a era-- ! Pqcott nranV roQC Mtav f. 'at large, wandering hither and vat. You can buy cravats al- bottoms last Tuesday April 2nd. Q -- ttflWoIIUrewt.th!tSSSLf SoftE&K ;ILMiSSeS BeSSle thither, searching and looking ready tied. for rich bonanzas" to turn up. It is nice to be handsome but To make home happy is an art There is nothing like being prac it,is a good deal handsomer to be --an art a good many people have neither lost or never found. tical and there is but one way to nice. I xr XUX Miss Lora Bell, of Columbia, friends, he has crone to rest in poaij, uvuiomic, ' visited her sister .Miss Pearl Bell that beautiful city, and is now a fTee samPk copy of edition Thursday night. bright angel beckoning to those you desire, but be sure to Mr. Solomen Turpen will preach left behind, and it will be only a send your subscription order at Concord the first Sunday in short time until we shall meet him again in that heavenly land, j to this paper NOT to the Aprjl may the bereaved family Courier Mr. Luke Morris, who hasjand Journal. ' ve ciuber iv vauu, me giver aim l,non uwii iivMv .hv UuCllill VJkJ nnnr health inr sniriP taker of all that is good and time is no better. Puts End To Bad Habit. The singing at Shiloh last Sun true. Things never look bright to one with day, conducted by Prof. Cabell, The little cradle empty novv, The little clothes laid by; "the blues," Ten to one the trouble is was largely attended. A mother's hope, a father's joy a sluggish liver, filling the system with In death's cold arm doth lie. Obituary. bilious poison, that Dr. King's New littje pilgrim, to thy home -- "-J., T,;r;ii- j j ,, T . , I Go On the evening of March 24, 1912, the death angel visited the On yonder blissful shore; We miss thee here, but soon will come Where thou hast gone before. A Loving Aunt Life Pills would expel. Try them. Let the joy of better feelings end "the blues." Best for stomach, liver and kidneys. 25c Paull Drug Co. r THE ADAIR COUNTS NEW v, V 7 Kentucky News Items. Young Women Read what Carduf did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cartful has done me. As a young girl, I always naa to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was zfeo' weak, that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." v I Maysville The Corn and Tomato club has been organized with 100 boys and girls. Springfield Tathan Springs, the famous Washington county summer resort, has been leased to Phil Board of Harrodsburg. Lancaster County Clerk J.W. Hamilton has received from the auditor a check for $948.50 to be distributed among the farmers of Garrard county as payment for sheep killed during 1911. Cadiz Garland Jefferson wins Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large the honors of being the first of number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, the local fishmen to catch a bass which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to this season. He landed three relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, nice ones a few days ago in Litnerves and over-wor-k. the signs of weak tle river. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cadiz The postoffice at Rinal-dYou will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. in the edge of Lyon county, Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it will be discontinued on May 31 Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept, Chattanoow Medicine Co.. Chattanooeo. Tenn.. book. " Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 59 for Special Instructions, and The majoyity of the patrons office will be supplied by the news rural route, which will It Looks Like a Crime Office 'Phone 40- -i Res. 'Phone 29. start out of Cadiz on June . To separate a boy from a box of Buck-lenElkton Cupid has been busier Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils, Dr. James Tripleti in Todd county than ever before, scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises demand it, and its quick relief for burns, according to the report of County Dentist. scalds or cuts is his right. Keep it Clerk Gill, filed in the circuit handy for boys, also girls. Heals evcourt. There were seventy-si- x JEFFRIES BLOCK erything heaiable and does it quick. KENTUCK1 nequaled lor piles. Only '25 cents at COLUMBIA marriages during that time, or Paull Drug Co. fifty per cent more than the average for similar periods. Springfield Judge I. H. Thur- man has bought a fine saddle stallion in Missouri. Rex Monro.i half brother of Rex Pea Vine. INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD 26 This issdd to be one of the best saddle horses in the country, We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE aslong es our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights Judge Thurman paid $5,000 for him. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. VAKDU The fKEmmI Woman'sTonic o, ge of-th- at 'a ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE 58 INCH SOINCH "4SIHCH KKKTT7fTW, lillim AAAVi K alllv 26INCH s - fSi aXKa !HKKaKaAAA :8inchJ(XXaXX(XXXXa)XaX) OiXtMM. ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE Ifl SIX HEIGHTS -- "m'- Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. indiscriminate is perhaps not too broad a term. But to call them a "disgrace" and to label them as "anarchists is to speak with more malice than knowledge. Milwaukee has had enough, for the time being, not of Socialism, but of a riot of high living Louisville Times. Milwaukee Has Enough. NEWS common school course? What' is the reason? The pupil "wants Lexington October 912. AND Mayfield October to farm and so don't need to go to school." Another fact I wish THE L0UISVILEE Two Shows. to touch upon and one that is being put into practice in some What" Billy Sunday" is to the TIMES places, namely: The employment pulpit, Col. Roosevet is to the of teachers through the trustee stump. His picturesque utterBOTH ONE YEAR who has a son, daughter; or close ance invariably draw a large kin "who needs the school and crowd. But it seems that in on whom, many times the trus- -' FOR ONLY New York Mr. La Follette, of tee has to wait to see if they Wisconsin, who has just triumph make a certificate," thus holding THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ed over Col. Roosevelt in North off teachers who have had exper- - the best afternoon paper prin-ienDakota, is even a bigger show. and training. But what is te,, anywhere. The Herald's report of the your remedy Why simply a Carnegie Hall speech of Mr Has the best corPs of corres ruling, or better a law prohibit- Roosevelt leads off with the fol Madisonville Thomas Wood-aring the employment of ''close pondents. charged with the murder of lowing paragraphs: kin" by the trustees. In his first public speech since Roy Banks at Nortonville, Sun- overs ine entucKy neia per- This would save miifth he threw his hat in the ring day, March 17, was held today afor the teachers and enab,e them. fectly , to the grand jury, At the ex few weeks ago, Theodore Roose - L j snlennin work-- hv nl acmg Covers the general news fielo . J S TT . . ll amining trial this afternoon an veit iasc nignt: in uarnegie nail them where there would be less completely. alleged was produc- reaffirmed his belief in the ef .'factional srife. ficacy of the recall, initiative and ed by the prosecution. If this does not find the waste Has the best and fullest mar referendum, referred to PresiWest Point The Rev. J. C. basket I may come again some- kets reports. dent Taft as a good man of a Neel, of Trenton, Tenn., who time. slighty fossilized type, dared the DEMOCRATIC in politics, but has been assisting in a religious Respt. revival here, left yesterday for New York newspapers to display T. B. Tarter ?h to everybody. his utterances in their headlines, his home on receipt of a tele' SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPgram saying that his house had and paid his respects to 'William been burned. Today another Barnes, Jr., chairman of the ReTION RIGHT AWAY telegram was received to the publican State Committee, and -Timothy L. Woodruff, of Brookeffect that his uncle was burned ', 9-1- 1 ing of Agriculture. The law does not become operHarrodsburg July ative till July 1, 1914, this gives 2. ample time for teachers to preMt. Sterling July pare for the work. Georgetown July 3. The writer taught in Arkansas Berea Fair August in 1908 and 1909 and also in the Versailles August State of Georgia in 1910-1- 1 and Mt. Vernon August this experience proves to him the Vanceburg August value of agricultural training. Litchfield August The boys corn clubs in Georgia Brodhead August FOR 1911 have aroused an abiding interest Lawrenceburg August among the farmers of the State, Shepherdsville August BRIGHTER, BETTER,! which is resulting in increased Hardinsburg August profits to the people. BIGGER THAN EVER Columbia August The cGrn clubs of Ky., will be! Fulton August THE!EGUURtPICE OF more interesting and spirited London August when the young minds get an in Franklin August sight into the beauties of nature THE LOUISVILLE TIMES September Barbourville Fair through agricultural instruction. 4 6. IS A YEAR. The time has come when we Bowling Green September must teach for country life and not altogether "cold facts," but IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEk Tompkinsville September rather facts "full of the life) Sanders September TO US, YOU CAN GET about us" and more boys and' Monticello September want t0 Newport September stayontheTHE ADAIR COUNTY Horse Cave September 18 21. How many ever even finished the j Morgantown September Kentucky Fair Dates, 30-August THE 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1-- 3. LOUISVILLE TIMES 7-- 9. 7-- 9. 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. 20-2- 3. 20-2- 2, 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1, $5.00 4-- 7. 4-- 7, 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 19-2- 1. X" 2. - $4.50. ce 9 j d. I j , 1 1 I i eye-witne- ss ; TOraan WebsteiCs New Perhaps the most significant evitcome of Tuesday's primaries iir Wisconsin is not the easy victory of Senator La Fallette, but the remarkably complete overturn of the Socialist regime in Milwaukee. Tl era the vote was 25 per cent heavier than when Mayor Seidel was elected, while the majority of his op ponent was'not far short of f the Mayor's total vote. At the same time the new City Council resumes the complexion familliar in American cities and tnererore,presumaoiy, such as one-hal- to death with the house. lyn. they prefer. Why this reversal? Perhaps we shall not greatly err if we remark that the tenets of the Socialist party had very little to do with it, and that those who so glibly of "redeeming" an terican city take too much for The Socialists, by granted. general consent, gave Milwaukee a good government, a clean government and one reasonably lk efficient, if efficiency may be con- sidered apart from its cost' which was extravagant; they did not keep all their promises, no party ever does Und so they made some enemies among their own people, they seem to have multiplied jobs, always a temptation with the "outs," and they certainly were lavish spenders, ! auditorium comfortably but d baskets, and the day Dictionary which did not approach the pro was very much enjoyed. portions of the one that greeted THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? Mrs. Nannie Mills visited in Senator La Follette in the same NEW CBEA' Casey county, a few days of last Because & hall two months ago gave the one TION, coverlne every field of tho world's thought, week. time President a cordial welcome action and culture. The only new unabridged dictionary in many years. Several times in the courses of Maple Hill. Because ' defines over 400,000 his speech he warned his listenWords ; moro than ever town will begin at once. The Four Things To Do. before appeared between two ers up to the point where they covers. 2700 lya$es. 6000 IlMessrs. Snowden are from Inlustrations. cheered and waved handker The health of this neighbordianapolis, who have many paye onJy dictionary Because ' - with tho new divided hood is very good except bad There are four things in con- ing wells in both Indiana and chiefs and yelled Teddy. page. A "Stroke of Genius." And as there are thousands of colds. nection with our live stock which Pennsylvania. Because Jt 3 an encyclopedia in persons who willingly go to a single volume. Mr. W. S. Smith sold to Mr. should receive more attention. hear Mr. La Follette but who Because ' 3 accepted by tho (1) Better protection from Jake Bault, six shoats at $4 per Courts, Schools and A Card of Thanks. Press as the one supreme would not vote for him, it z rea- head. wind and rain, especially for the 'asonable to believe that Mr. Because k who knows Wins Mr. Iven Bennett and wife, young animals and milk cows. Success. Lot us tall We desire to extend our heartfelt Roosevelt's boom is not actually you about this new work. (2) More and better feed. visited Mr. H. T. Smith last thanks to the friends and loved ones as large as his audiences might kindly assisted us during the Sunday and attended meeting. (3) Protection from lice and whoso WRITE for ipedaes of new divided past. illness and death of our dear baby, Al - indicate. Frankfort News. G. & C MERRIAM CO.. PuMhnen, SpriarfieH, Hut. Bro. Turner, will preach at ticks len Coleman. Especially do we thank Mention till paper, receive FEES set of poefcet map. 0 Smith Chapel school house on (4) More and better care of Dr. Flowers for his medical skill and For rheumatism you will find nothing close attention. We feel all was done Saturday night before the 4th the manure. that loving hands could do, but to no better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Sunday in April, and at the Parson humbly If we prepare to do these avail,toand we will. bow in submis- - Try ,fc and see how Jt &lves re" God's S10n Hutchison school house on the things, and do them, much more lief. Jt?'or sale by Paul Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Johnson, profit will come from our live Jessie Saro. of fj!-- y Crek, 4'h Sunday morning. Sunday school will begin afc was at this place buyinu puultrv. stock. Farmers Home Journal. Success does not crowu the LiKes the Law. Linnie Dohson, little dauuhter Smith ChaPel nexfc Sunday, and a youth who stands around has returned ' and vve hoPe t0 have 2ood rder- '! of Maud Dobson. Expert Julian Kennedy, of the street corners smoking ciga- - Decatur, Ky., March, 28, 1912. Mrs. Effie Smith was visiting home from a visited to her grand Pittsburg, says the profits of the rettes ana expectorating on tne MEditor News: at Lory Bennett last Saturday. The last session of the General mother, Airs. Emily .Blair. steel trust were enormously in- sidewalk. Several around here attended Mr. Clyde has located a new Assembly passed a bill adch'ng creased through its ownership of mil1 at rne head of Cruched the meeting at Mt. Qilead last railroads. Posaibly true, as far You will look a good while before you Agriculture to the curriculum of erist medicine for Saturday and Sunday. f Ky. The creek. as it goes. But its real increase V trrchlmbnCou ReZ the The birthday dinner at Mrs. dy. It not only gives relies it cures interest of the public could not T. F. Corbin has a fine trade. of outrageous profits came from Try it when you have a cough or.coW. j .g o Emiiy Blair's was largely attend- - Mr. Iven Bennett andN wife be better served or the Payne tax bills and indifference ana you are certain 10 De pieaaea witn on the part of .Messrs. Roosevelt the prompt cur, which it win effect. the Common schools of the . State ed There were ten children and were at Cane ValIgy shopping grandchildren, be tweny-fou- r . and Taft. . For sale by Paull Drug Co. last Wednesday. r m0re profited than by the teach- well-filleresults. The Snowden oil prospecting rig has been moved here from Caney Creek, four miles from town, where a deep well was put down without An eighty-foo- t derrick is now up, and the work of boring on the high school property in Hawesville An audience that filled the big International sides other relatives. At ten o'clock they had all arrived with i ( I an-thori- ty. i j j j ! ..... ' j , j . i ef-fort- of . ; , :r j S'S 1 1 . I j ' , aBw 2V-3 . - Taiar j -- "! . r nar - ., - a f HiiLa3LL E&. m&r -r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. Dirigo. The weather has been fine for are again citizens of our little vil- out any direct cause whatever. the past week. lage. Mr. Stotts will do the carI believe the above has just as Columbia, penter work on the new school-hous- e bad, if not a worse effect than Robert McCaffree, of Made-to-We- ar being built at this place. spent several days surveying in politics upon the workings of If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the this section last week. Messrs. Lee Burbridge, J. W. the school. While the majority -- quality of the paint to be used. material In any given Job of painting, labor represents practically J. A. Diddle was at Greens-bur- g Burbridge, 0. L "McClister, Rich of trustees work for the interest the cost. d McClister and Waller Hurt and of their district and do not comthe first of the week. . It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality of the Gadberry neigh- mit any of the above mistakes, of the paint is all important. Dock Walker, one of Columbia wifeall Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job borhood were at the bedside of yet occasionally you will find students, spent last Saturday and is sought? J. W. McClister at different times an exception, or at least 1 have How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended Sunday at home. such to be the case a few known upon for durability? the past week. Everte Cook spent a few days HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has Jane Taylor Lewis, times. Miss county. the printed formula on every package. of last week in Hart A Reader. Amandaville, visited here a day The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint. Miss Eva Walker, of Columbia, or two last week. IS THIS OF ANY YALUE TO YOU ? IT OUGHT TO BE. spent a few days here visiting ' Memorial. J. W. McClister who has been FOR SALE BY relatives. past three or very low for the Mr. Silas Cain had a very fine four weeks is no better. On April the 5th, 1912, the mule dangerously hur,t one work J. G. Campbells is hauling death angel visited the vicinity day last week. heading blocks for Mr. Gaston of Garlin, and claimed for its Ono. Miss Mildred Walker, who is on West Fork in Cumberland victim dear grandpa. HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF T. J. Conover was born Oct., in school at Columbia, spent Sat- county this week. Farmers of this vicinity are urday and Sundav at home. Miss Kitty Lewis, Inroad, tvho 29, 1836, making him 75 years. 5 The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS months and 6 days when the end becoming interested in farm will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling Uncle Charlie Yates, who has has been visiting relatives here work but the rain continues. been confined to his room for several weeks returned home last came. The recent rain swelled the Floor Coverings of All Kinds He was twice married, his several weeks, will be out in a Wednesday. creeks very much, Wolf creek be- few days again. Mrs. Mose Wooten and child- first wife being Susana Bryant, ing higher Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted' than it has been since of Mrs. W. B. Dulin, whe has ren visited relatives at Bliss and to this union twelve children the civil war. Fencing seems to ' stocks to the practical display of immense were born. His second wife was been an invalid for the past year several days last week. be an object since the high watMaud Sallee, who still survives Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums or so, does not improve fast. er. Edith. him. Strong Hill spent several days The- sale of Bryant Dunbar, A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for . -vr r..-,:-- " -" ".v.. .. ... r ... Hmim. in the Nell community, seeing the showing of deceased amounted to several Viie oQflTr owrl ininoil fV T?or surveying of his land. mer was calling on our merchants about the hundred dollars. Stock of all ' ;: tist church at Columbia, in which Lace Curtains and Draperies , Mr. Alfred Parson and family Wednesday. kinds brought a fair price. he lived a consistent member un-tvisited relatives in the Portland Mr. Walkup, Tombstone agent Mrs. Mollie Smith, wife of M.S. Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our the end came. community, several days of last Garlin, was here last Thursday. 'Smith, passed quietly away at Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our A little over two years ago he . week. big live store. , . , ... nome. Mr. Ben Jones, Pellyton, and tier remains was was stncKen wicn paralysis ana iner Some of the farmers are through Miss Ermine Chelf, Roley, were laid to rest in the grave yard at lay helpless until his death, but soil for corn and a quietly married last Wednesday turning the Bros. & Weilendorff, Cumberland ridge church. She ne oore nis amiction witn pa ' fine prospect for tobacco plants at Acton. Miss Cora Corneal and .. will be missed by her friends and Incorporated tience, and said it was the Lord s . at the present in this community.. Mr. Will Corneal were the at- or wnicn mere are 522 and 524 West Market St. will that he should suffer that .relatives Dr. U. L. Taylor, of Columbia, tendants. many. She was a grand daugh Louisville, Kentucky. way. But as Jesus took pity on was in this community looking ter of the merchrnt, John John Evans Bros, were in the city the paralytic and healed him, he son. after the health of pur people. market the first of the week saw fit to call dear grandpa from T, R. Meece, of Ono, sold one Mr. John D. Lowe, the popu- with a nice drove of fat hogs. the suffering of this disease and lar shoe man, of Columbia callMiss Mary Jones, of Pellyton. make him a shining angel up in cow for $53. to Mr. Turpin a ed in to see us on his return is spending a few days with her neaven stock dealer. from a trip through the Western aunt, Mrs. Bettie Harmon. Mr. Luther Dunbar is very He leaves a wife and twelve part of the county. Mr. G. L. Perryman is deliver, chUdren to mourn for him Wholesale and Retail M sick at this writing. Judge N. H. Moss, of Colum- ing fruit trees in this section. C. C. Layfavers and Mrs: that loving heart, could do was Mr. bia, was in our midst one day Miss Gertrude Murrah arrived don6f but God saw fit to take him Wilson the widow of William week and on his return home here from the city last Saturday from th.3 old sinful world, last and Wilson, were married to day All Kinds, of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds his daughter, Miss Ora, who has with a nice uptodate stock of place him in paradise. Prol A. G. Coffey will teach Columbia, Kentucky. 'been visiting here for a week or millinery goods, and is now busy Grandpa, goodbye, a singing school at Jabez five so accompanied him. This last farewell we all must say to Saturdays and Sundays, we hope supplying the ladies of this secyou, Messrs. Moss and Nelson, the tion with hats. it will be crowned with success. Indeed, 'tis sad. but more sad would be n lumber and stave There will be singing at Ono Niss Minnie Knifley who has If your lite had not been true. dealers, of Greensburg, closed a been in school at Bowling Green-sinc- You have left a dark and sinful world next Sunday beginning at five For deal with J. A. Diddle one day Jan. returned home last "Where a bright home.above, a. m. sickness and trouble come not, buying the largest Saturday. last week, But all is peace and love. The little boy of James Smith $12.50, $14.00 and $15.00 body of oak timber in this part Mr. Joe Allen, Lincoln Co., is Tis hard to part with friends that are is very sick at present, but we of the county. The price paid is in this vicinity looking for hogs. dear, & hope he will be better soon. And our lives will lonely be, coversa-- . not known. While in But God in His wisdom is calling The boys are returning from tionwithMr. Moss, he informed The pure and noble across the sea. Eiler. Bishop.Texas, saying the weath- us that the timber was for sale, Our Savior's words you have obeyed er was much warmer than they n vf. a. vr however, if they do not sell at j luoujr tiu i.uuu.uuit; way. In the last issue of the ever dreamed of. They say it is yuu; um lu once they would go to working it noticed in the letter from the rMimt: Knew juuyou but luvts praise. None named to I a nice country but to warm for a JORDAN PEACOCK. up into staves, etc. Messrs. Moss Longstreet correspondent, that You never raised your voice in wrath, Kentuckian. Jordan Peacock, No. 1148 will make the present season at and Nelson have been in the tmi-be- r mention is made of Clear Spring But was always calm and mild, Flour is gradually advancing, McKinney, Lincoln Co. I have placed him in the hands of Mr. business so long that they school, and the political inclina- Your willing hands were ever ready To help in time of need. corn seems to be plentiful. Hay Dick Scudder for this season. can almost tell the profit in a tion of a certain citizen in regard Dear uncles and aunts, 'tis Oh! so sad is scarce in this section. NOBLE PEACOCK. tree standing in the woods. We to the school the coming session, No Father's face to see. This fine young Stallion will make the season at my barn in anticipate them a nice profit on' Which IS news to me, though a But do not grieve, for after a while Grady v;lle, Ky., at the low price of $15.00 to insure a living colt You will meet on the eternal shor Gadberry.this body of timber. of the above named Grandma) your life is lonely now resident Noble Peacock, is of Jordan Peacock, first dam by Artist Jewel, n the Dr. S. Simmons, Denmark 73, 3rd. dam by Artist 75. This is one district. I am bitterly opposed The dearest from you is gone, Mrs RnrnVi Rirr. nnrl Mrs. Ii7- - dam by Cronwell ' Saddle physician, of this town to the influence of politics, in But prepare and live so that of the best bred Stallion in Kentucky and is a first-clas- s zie Frankum are on the sick list. horse, has been shown severals times and always in the money. If You will meet him in the celestial city nvH w.imiu.iiujf, it? uaiij.ciuuoi.r ?il oiiu nATYmnriftT . on high conneccionjyiui scnooi e you want to raise a good colt and one that will bring a good price Miss Sallie B. Bailey was sick at this time with pneumonia any Shape 01' form. Now dear grandpa, one last good bye. iting day bred to Noble. Miss Virgie Bird fever. It is 'hoped by his many Yetr there are Other things OnTill God bids us meet again TWO FINE JACKS. last week. friends here that a change for that can be introduced in the Inthat bright and golden shore, rfr. a home not made with hands. Mrs. Susie Willis was to see'her My two fine Jacks will serve mares for $10.00 for a -- mare the better will soon come. A ISjece. school that are just as abomina-- j aunt, Mrs. Sarah Bird, last Sun- mule and $8.00 for a horse mule, to insure a mare mith foal. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harper ble, corruptible and disgraceful They are two of the best Jacks that was ever in Adair countday. tender their sincere tKanks to to the good name of education, the first season for Black Diamond and the Miss Maud Stone was visiting y.- Last year was as the "political throttle." the people of this town Q. P. S'MYTHE Highway. Their colts sold last fall from $70.00 second season for on Rock river one day last week. for their kindness and Among them may be mentioned to $125.00. Average $91.83. for readers of I will tell the good attention that they gave a trustee, that because of prejuParties that sold some of these mules: Henry Parson 1 for FIRE INSURANCE the News how to kill worms on $100.00; P. N. Blades 2 for $250.00; Luther England 1 for $85.00; them during the recent sickness dice will go against the will of cabbage. Put green walnut Albert Brummett 1 for $85.00; Robert O. Keltner 1 for $80.00; C. and of Mr. "Harper, who has very re- the district by trying to employ - I leaves among the cabbage and M. Hindman 1 fpr $77.50; Huston Bradshaw 1 for $75.00, and cently recovered from a very some one to teach the school, REAL ESTATE Squire Kemp 1 for $80.00. ' Vouiwill have no worms. dangerous case of complication that the majority of the district V -Tht se are just a few that brought these prices. I measured Miyi James Iftankumjiad a log of diseases'. MrHarper inform- does not want, and by circula46 of Highways colts last fall that: was from 3 feet 5 in. 'to 3 feet ji rollini.bne daylast wefek. ed your reporter that it was ting reDorts over the district 9 in. at 7 days old; they averaged 3 feet 6 in. Now if you want less than a good which they Vaniiot prove in : nothing nc wuuiuuw, MURRELL, Mr j, Robert John's ,eyes are muies inai. u.u&thesize; Money due if...- 6v. or tradedmy ataoie, ' ' mares . teachers, "ust be- have and have verymuch irriprpved and his My Jacks christian spirit in the people and gard to certain EjjgrLt Respectfully, neighborhood. "erased from cause they do not like them per-' - ofmotojotb manv.ftffiends are. glad to hear the Jr" gS&F"?1 it would never ' sv . JiN.PAQE'S TIES. ' ',--' ' i a lb memory. of it." frora-hi- s anC by promising the dru.gst.? a . sonallyt. ' im r "j V.Vn .55"V ' ' 'r NA TT ' - Mr. J. J. Stotts-an- d school to a certain teacher in preference to any one and then family going back on that promise with- Hanna's Green Seal "The one-thir- Paint" two-thirds, "if I THE JEFFRIES HARDWAREKSTORE J - ; t- .-. -- w- ! li-f- il ... .... liubbuch i ; Sandusky & Co. LUMBER - j , ii , J well-know- e Rubber Tires GOFF BROS. i COFFFY. 1 - . w9 r In - T Gradyville Stock Farm. ! - ( well-know- i j j I 1 1 woi-khi- ,1 2 vis-on- j ' and-com-mun- ity - J i nnm re-R- , j 7 -- "--- i. . ' , -- -. - t&VjW . t.,--- . S-- - t ,im? . U T4 X x