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April, 18th, 1912 To the Citizens of the Town of Columbia: The Graded School got. revenge from The time has come for every citizen Glensfork Saturday, April 13, for to see after his premises. The health the defeat last year. At the former's of the people is the greatest blessing grounds the country boys were out- to every community. The health of classed to the tune of 16 to 8. Possibly the people is promflted by looking after they were so jubilant over their previ the little things. A clean town is alous victory that they had failed to ways a healthy town. In a perfectly practice since. But it occurs to the clean town, there are no flies or mosGraders that they couldn't hit Hancock quitoes. If there are no flies or mosopportunely, quitoes, there is no sickness of the kind spread by these pests. Malarial SCORE. Innings R H E troubles are spread altogether by mosTyphoid fever consumpCHS 4312012.3X 16 14 6 quitoes. spread largely by and house fly. tion are the Glensfork 7 8 5 Batteries: Glensfork, Harvey, San- - If the people will begin in time, begin ders, W. Holladay & Denson. C H. S. now, the house fly can be prevented Hancock and Rocenfield. Home Runs-Han- cock from breeding. Screening the houses is the beginning and Rosenfield. Three base of safety. Keep the manure from hits L. Lewis, R. Holladay & T. Holla-dain the stables. If it is haulTwo base hits L. Lewis, Eubank, ed out and scatterd over the ground evDenson, T. Holladay. Struck out by Hancock, 3; by Harvey and Sanders, 7. ery week, there is no danger. Do this. Base on Balls off Hancock, 2; off Har- or sprinkle a little coal oil over the heaps vey, etc, 8. Umpire Winfrey. At- every day. In this way you will stop the flies from breeding, and save yourtendance 100. ' selves and your horses from a great Wednesday afternoon, April 17, ana Columbia High School deal of unnecessary annoyance. Keep played at the latter's grounds. The the flies out of your privies, either by poor support given Holt, and the abil- screening the vaults, or by covering the ity of Hancock's keeping Lindsey's contents with lime, or ashes or fresh hits scattered, caused the Graders to earth every day. These things are a little troublesome, win in a walk. but it pays in the long run. Then, be LINE UP. and keep your rain barrels covered L. W. T. S. C. H. S. sure so that mosquitoes cannot lay their eggs Duvall 2B XL,UDanK i mosquitoes when ' n water The eSs IB Dunbar Vardeman iiuiv;ueu u.lk wiggieiaus, aim wiggie- Allen SS Lewis, A Sullivan 3B Lewis, L tails when developed are mosquitoes. English You should not only keep your rain barRF LP Holladay R rels covered, but have no tin cans or Hill CF Diddle other vessels lying around catchir-C Catron Holladay, T water, and giving the mosquitoes a Holt P Hancock place for laying their eggs. The old Innings I 2 3 4 5 6 7 R II E fashioned "shak in ager" has been nearly entirely eliminated. L W. T. S I00000 4 3 j. uu o(.u i.va.ic vj. ib bucoc uajro .liuo C. H. S. 0 6 0 15 0 X 12 9 run- - -- Holladay, T. Two base is tne result or tne war tnat nas Deen Home hits, Lewis L. & Vardeman. Struck waged against the mosquitoes. By a out by Hancock, 13; by Holt, 6. Base conference with the Board of health, on balls off Hancock, 3; off Holt 2. and the Board of town trustees, SatHit by pitcher, Diddle. Umpire Rosen-fiel- urday the 27, day of April has been set Time of game one hour afld forty-- apart as a general cleaning up day, when is expected and difive minutes. Attendance 200. rected,every citizen premises. Let the to clean his Rain in 5th inning. filth be put into barrels or boxes, and placed on the streets where the wagons Announcements fo L. W. T. S. which will be furnished by the town can get them and haul them away. Every Commencement. old lumber pile in a state of decay must be removed. No paper hereafter must Field Day Friday, Slay the 10th. be thrown into the streets or on the Junior Recital Monday, May 13th. public square. Piano Recital Thursday evening, U. L. Taylor, Health Officer of Adair May 16th. county, W. R. Myres, Major of the Musical Friday evening, May 17th. town. An Evening of Plays Saturday evenHaye you tried Wilson's Ice Cream, ing, May 18th. Commencement Sermon Sunday, May 19th. High School Commencement Ex Graduating Exercises Monday, May ercises. 20th. Columbia High School Games. Takes Two Important Notice. A New Railway Project. Base Ball. The Middleburg base- - ball team which was scheduled to play the L. W. T. S. team two games arrived in Columbia late Thursday night, with the exception of two men whose places were filled by Hancock and Lewis, two of Columbia's most promising young players The first game was called Friday afternoon with Jones and Wh'eat as the battery for the visitors, and Holt and Catron for Lindsey. Both teams were confident of victory, but when the last man was out, the score stood four to one in favor of the visitors. Score: Innings 86 Middleburg 84 Lindsey Two base hit, Catron, three base hit Sharp Struck out by Jones 9, by Holt 8. Time of game, one hour and fifteen minutes. Umpire, Dr. Hindman., The second game was called Saturday at two p. m. Middleburg used the same battery while Lindsey selected "Big" Allen to do the twirling and Catron again to catch. The game was close and exciting from start to finish, and by the score of seven to six Lindsey had won her first game of the season. The Middleburg team was composed of a nice crowd of boys who play ball with a vim. Score: 123456789 280010110 y. Lind-sey-Wils- 12 Tennessee capitalists, mainly resi- dents of Gallatin and neighboring towns, have secured a charter for an electric railway from Gallatin to Stanford or Somerset, Ky. The projectors are said to have been t at work on the enterprise for several months and to have as many as four routes under consideration for the road, which is designated in its charter as the Cumberland Valley & Interstate Railway. In the final selection they will be guided largely by the amount of popular interest that is manifested in the territory affected. The road is projected through a section of Kentucky that is greatly in need of better transportation facilities. In the area between Gallatin and Stanford there is a block of eight Kentucky counties, all of which are without railroads. These are Monroe, Metcalfe, Cumberland, Wayne, Clinton, Adair, Russell and Casey. Any road built from Gallatin to Somerset or Stanford would be likely to penetrate at least two, and'probably more, of these counties. They embrace a country that is rich in diversified resources and that presents an inviting field for the investment of capital. In no other section of the State is there so large a territory inconveniently situated with respect to railroad facilities. There have been numerous efforts heretofore to .induce the building of railroads into this region, but none of the ambitious projects set on foot has made material progress. It is scarcely passible tha"t the development of this inviting area can be delayed many years longer. The movement in Tennessee is inspired by men who know, the possibilities of the country through which it is proposed to build the road andit is to be hoped their enterprise will be more fortunate than those which have gone before. Courier-Jou- 123456789RHE 0000100001 0100102004 Innings 796 Lindsey 694 Middlesburg Two base bits, Allen, P. Dunbar and Swinney. Three base hits, Godby. Struck out by Jones 4, by Allen 5. Time of game one hour and twenty minutes. Umpire, Dr. Hindman. 123456789RHE 200000142 030000030 Don't fail to see Dr. Alper next urday if you need glasses. Faiied to Contract. Sat- - I rnal. There may be something in this project, hence it would not be out of place for the people of Adair county to get busy. d. For Sale: A Location; Fine Business. Good The Baccalureare sermon will preached by Rev. D. H. Howerton, at yard. Last Thursday afternoon at 4 o'lock, the Baptist church Sunday morning, Wanted. Every Mr. Samuel Feese and Miss Grace Con-ovMy Wandering Boy If You Need This fine combined saddle and harness May 12. The graduating exercises will body welcome at these services. drove into Columbia and to the stallion will make the present season ,be held at the Presbyterian church, Horseshoe Brand Fertilizer. residence of Eld Z T. Williams, where at my stable li miles south of Milltown Thursday morning, May 16 Rev.J.-A man to work for the Singer Sewing J Hoosier Corn Drills, they were joined in the rites of matriThe First Rattlesnake. at $10 to insure a Jiving colt He is a Weldon will deliver the address to the Machine Co., in Adair county. Will ! Cultivators. mony. grand son of old Nat Brown and out of graduates. pay a salary each week and a commisHarrows 14 and r0 tooth, The bride is a daughter of Mr. Sam an English draft mare. He is unexcellsion. Address G. R. Holt, Mgr., Robert Wheat, son of Mr. Cyrus Adren Fence, Conover, and is a very deserving young ed in disposition, being, so kind and Campbellsville, Ky. Golden Seal. Wheat, who lives in the Fairplay coun- lady, one who McCormick Disk Harrows had many friends among gentle that any lady or child can ride v try, killed a rattlesnake last WednesMilwaukee Machine the young people of the neighborhood or drive him with perfect safety. If If you have any Golden Seal, (YelHis Horse Insured. had six rattle3 and a button. day. It Farm Rakes, where she was reared. you want to breed to the best don't low Root) for sale, or. expect to collect They boy was out hunting mushrooms, Wagons. The groom is a son of Mr. James fail to see this horse. the wild roots during the season, write some rotten Call on, C. R Huthison. Dr. T. D. Finck, of Louisville, whose and while standing near same place I will stand Jack me, as I want several hundred thousand At the something biting the toe of Feese, who lives near Columbia, and is t fine s add la stallion, Montgomery Squir- logs, he felt Chinn, one of the best known Jacks in for planting purposes. Address J. W. Looking down he discovered a very industrious young man For rel 3191, was killed in his stall a few his shoe. Adair county. Fee $6.00 Sears, P. O. Box 563, Somerset, Ky. to death. several years he has been employed by Married Sunday. days ago, had the good luck to have the snake which he stamped 21-J. C. Browning. the Grinstead Poultry Company. him insured in the Indiana and Ohio t For the present, the couple will reLast Sunday at the residence of the Rev. A. R. Kasey, Hopkinsville, a Live Stock Insuraece Co., of side with the father of the bride. bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Why He Was Lgte former pastor of jhe M. E. Church Ind. The company has Burton, Mr. J. L. Feese, son of Mr. Born, to the wife of C. M. Barnett, 'What made you so late?" Education, and Mrs. G. R. Feese. was married to agreed to pay 81,500 for the loss Far- here, met with the Board of Evansville, Ind., Friday, the 19th, a If you suffer with headache consult Miss Berch Burton, a great many rela'I met Smithson." Louisville Conference, in this place, Home Journal. lif eles3 daughter. The little corpse was "Well, that is no reason why you mer's week. Wednesday night he deliv Dr. Alpher about your eyes at J. N. tives and friends witnessing the cerelast mony which was pronounced by a local brought to Columbia by the father and should be an hour late getting home to Tim Cravens is the local agent for the ered a very interesting discourse to a Page's Drug store naxt Saturday. above named company. minister. The couple will reside on interred in the city cemetery last Sat- supper. Methodist church, j large audience at the ' Green riven urday afternoon at 5 o'clock Quite a ' I know, but I asked him how he was Rev. Kasey is quite a favorite here, j Quite a numher attended the funeral 50 Pair Ladies Tan Oxfords Sizes 2 number of sympathizing friends went feeling, and he insisted on telling me AT and all his old fiienis made it a point , ol little Dora Payne, in the cemetery In T T?rtc5orfiolrt who signed to 3 to close out $1.00 per pair at to shake his hand during the three days here, last Wednesday afternoon The with the Lexfngton t ' Blue Grass to the cemetery where Rev. J. W. Wel- about his stomach trouble." don made a religious, talk and offered end came at BurkesviHe where her League, several wer ks ago, was notifi "Did you tell him to take ChamberSinclair's. he remained in Columbia. Her mother, who ed last Wednesday to report at once at father resides. prayer. When friends withdrew the lain's Tables? died about eight years ago, was laid to Lexington for duty. He ook the first "Sure, that is what he needs." Sold little mound was covered with flowers. Who Preaches Next Sunday. Mr. Voluntine Bryant, one of Adair rest here. The deceased was about elev hack. Mr. Rosenfield is to catch, and by Paull Drug Co, county's best citizens, met with a en years old, and had been delicate al his friends here believe that he will ; John B. Burress, Frank Burress and j Columbia, Rev. J. R. Crawford. ne a tree planting, frightful accident one day last week. .Next tail tnere win her life. She was a niece of Common make good. Ruel Burton, who are in .jail serving in the Capitol grounds, He was putting a new roof on his barn, i Columbia, Eld. Z. T. Williams. wealth Attorney A A. Huddleston, who o"ut fines, came very near making their for shade, To The Farmers of Russell County. slipped and fell to the ground. He was , Tabor. Rov. J. W. Weldon. with many other Cumberland county escape last Friday- - morning. They had Frankfort. Every county in the State W. Weldon. 7:30 Columbia, Rev. J. considerably bruised, but fortunately friends, came up with the remains. been taken from their cells, and were will send a tree of its own growth. The boys' Corn Club will be organp. m. not seriously hurt. wood Messrs. J. N. Blair, Walker Bryant in the corridor. With billets of ized the 4th of May. All boys desiring Mr. Emmet R. Chandler, who was a they knocked a hole in the outside wall. and A. D. Patteson have been named present on "My little son had a very severe Extra fine pictures at the Parlor cir- popular gentleman of Campbellsville, to enter the 1contest will be court-hous- e as the committe of Adair county to seA passerby heard the brick falling, that day at p. m., at the cold. I was recommended to try cle this week. For white people, Tuesgave the alarm, and the escape was i lect a tree. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be- day and Saturday nights. Colored folks, died in that city last Tuesday night, to enroll and receive their seed corn. after a few days illness. He was 32 All the farmers should set aside one prevented. Now is the time to have your Rubber fore a small bottle was finished he was Friday night. years old and leaves a wife and three acre for the boy, bring him to town to as well as ever," writes Mrs. H, Silks, children. His mother was Miss Annie help organize, and give him a chance Dr. Alper, optician, who was here tires put on. I have fresh rubber, Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. Perch-eso- n Montgomery before her marriage, and to grow com The boys of for some time last winter with S. N. made this year, prices lower than ever This remedy is for sale by Paull .'"rug Judas this recently imported stallion will make the season at was born, reared and married in Col- mustrsoon feed the world Talk Hancock will be at J. N. Page's Drug and am prepared to paint Buggies, also Co. W. G. Mckinley 's barn. He weighs 16 umbia. The deceased was connected Corn Club, and let us all meet back at Store next Saturday. Anybody in need call and get prices and see my work. 24-S. F Eubank. and is a perfect horse. to many prominent people of Kentucky, 1 p, m of Mpy the th. ml glasses will do well toooj on him. .All arrancemfints havp hppn mnilA for hundred pounds Go and see him. Robert Antlp, Chr., wedding which Vill Fee' $15 la inSUre the Lindsey-Wilso- n You will find a full line of W. T. 24 has Field Day for the WN S. Knight, Sec; place at the home this ( Wednes- Mr. Scoft Montgomery has left at this been-fixefor Friday the 10th of May. Rawleigh's remedies, extracts and toilet take 1UUU111J 111U ill' Ob OAIU U UUbK. Uliy Indian, tomahawk otI rt w 1rtf iu office1 an the David Conoverwhich was If the day should be disagreeable on articles, at the store, of Nath Kelsey,- - tended groom arrived from Monticello ..vCa oimui, Mr. wyatt 0lLU w found on farm. It : account of rain, the following day, near the roller mill. the. .Tutt addition, nas iourieen peacn was evidently plowed up, and from its last Friday. , 22-' to StOOinSl&.Oe: .. Red Saturday, will be used Itrees that are full of young, healthy j appearance, it. had been in the ground Coons and Gray Foxaa $2.58 Sead same of yaur and Expres, hne-suDeaches.- - He will also have a , Hi" 4for many years, probably .more than a express office in first letter. If you' want' pure ffcecreara gO tO Considerable frost here last Friday Born, to the wife-q- f J." C. Absher,- W.T.HODGEN. py 0f cherries, a number of trees hundred. Box 232. Campbellsrille, Kir. Wilsons. daughter, April 181912. Morning. hanging full. Nat Brown. I I To-nighter Desiring to retire tfrom the mercantile business, I offer to sell my storehouse, stock of goods and dwelling, or g, store and gcods alone; located at Ky., at prices and terms that will insure satisfaction to the purchas. er. Th's is one of the best locations in Adair county for a general Merchandising and the live, hustling merchant will be well rewarded for his energies, and have the pleasure of dealing with a large and appreciative patronage. If interested in a good business and location of this kind call on or address. J. G. Dudgeon, Coburg, Ky. be Co-bur- The Fiscal Court met last Thursday to receive bids for building the bridge across Russell's creek at the Birk ford. Mr. Spain was here, representing the Champion Bridge Company, and he submitted a bid of $2,200. Auother gentleman, who represented some other company was here, but he did not submit a proprosition. A proposition, by letter, was received from anothf r company, the bid being less than two thousand. The Court retired and consulted a few minutes, af terwbich a motion prevailed rejecting all bids for the present. We take it that the County Judge and County Attorney will make thorough investigation, and at an early day,the contract will be let. Sabbath at Presbyterian N Church. The pastor will preach from the theme, "They That Go Down to the Sea in Ships or A Disaster at Sea" at the morning hour. In the evening "Familiar Talks on Genesis" will be continued. The stereopticon views will deal with Egypt and the Canaan journey, also the beautiful sonj "Where is Next Is the . city council of Columbia For The Western District of Kentucky. not going to extend the concrete sidewalks within the , town limits? The citizens residing on the turnpike In Bankruptcy. beyond the bridge which span3 Russell's creek, are of the opinion that such needIn the matter of Edward L. Sinclair a Bankrupt. On this 19th day of April ed and important improvements should not be discontinued so long as they A. D , 1912, on considering the petition living-oof the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge have not fared like the citizens the three other main thoroughfares filed on the 19th day of April A. D. of the town. On Jamestown street, 1912 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 8th Greensburg street and Burksville day of June A. D. 1912, before said street, concrete sidewalks have been court at Louisville in said district, at 10 built to the town limits, but on street the citizens have not o'clock in the forenoon, or as near there been so fortunate. After a long time, to as practicable, and that notice thereand with much imploring and begging, of be published one time in the Adair County News, a newspaper printed in the late board of Trustees did finally pass an ordinance requiring a side walk said district, and that all known credi built tors and other persons in interest may no Ur.by the propertyi owners as far out i i. appear at said time and place and show ' beei complied with, ami for which we cause, if any they have any, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be people on that end are thankful, but are those citizens owning property begranted. yond the bridge on the "exempt" list? WITNESS the Honorable Walter not, why should they not be Evans, Judge of said Court, and the If they are required to build sidewalks just like the seal thereof, at Bowling Green in said ones living on this side of the bridge district, on the 19th day of April A. D., toward town? We invite the members 1912. of the new council to walk out that way j A. G. Ronald, Clerk, some time when the roads are muddy By Henry F. Cassin. and see what we have to contend with in getting to our homes, and if after Go to Wilsons ice cream parlor. investigation they feel we should not j haye any sidewalks, very well, but if they think we should have them, an ex- -t Wedding at Ovvensby. tension to the town limits is all we ask. There is another sidewalk that ought to On Wednesday April 17, 1911, at the ' be built in the town. It would be a home of Mr. and Mr. Julian Long, Mr. credit to Columbia, as well as to mdi- Owen McKinley and Miss Stella, their dicate the progressiveness and public eldest daughter, were happily married spirit at 2:30 p. m. in the presence of rela- shouldof the city council. Thatofwalk begin at the tives and friends by Rev. D. T. Tarter, Campbellsville the intersection turnpike and the street in his most solemn and impressive manleading to the Lindsey-Wilso- n school, ner The bride was handsomely gown- and extend up to the school building. ed in white silk and wore a bride's veil We ask a consideration on these needed with orange blossoms and was indeed improvements. very 'beautiful. Miss Pearl Murray, of Fred McLean. Sewellton, bridesmaid, and cousin of the bride, was gowned in an up-tdate Death of An Old Citizen. manner forming a most beautiful and Mr. Joseph P. Willis, who was born charming personality, while the groom and reared in the Zion neighborhood, and best man, Mr. Ivle Wooldridge, were gayly attaired to suit the events died last Saturday afternoon about S o'clock, ne was one of the best of the occasion. Miss Long is a charming young lady , known men in that section of the coun-an- d having a wide circle of friends, j ty.' ne was seventy years old a short was quite popular among the young time before his death. He had been a people of this community. She will be consistent member of the Baptist greatly missed The gioom is a sober church for many years, the funeral man of sterling character and vices being conducted by his pastor, Rev. D. H. Howerton, in the presence worth, and a prosperous farmer. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. of many relatives and friends. The deceased was a son of Judge and Mrs. McKinley, sccompanied by Ned Willis, who died many years ago, Mr. Wooldrige and Miss Murray, left for Russell Springs, the home of the and who was a prominent man of Adair groom's parents, where a repast was county. He leaves a wife and one served and to receive parental blessing. daughter two brother. Mr. H. P. WilMay their lives be long and happily lis and Mr. A. G Willis and three sisspent together, and no difficulties arise ters, Mesdanes Caroline Jeffries and to mar their happiness or blight their Victoria Garnett and Miss Harriet X Willis. fnture, is the wish of the writer. Every body is in sympathy with the sorrowing members of the family. At the Parson's. The interment was at the Zion church Carap-bellsvil- le J Y o..ii I ,.' i;i 1 -- I j "M l t o ! ser-you- ng . " r W J it 25-3- 5t 22-6- Craw-fordsvill- e, - J J -- ( to-da- y up-th- e St Smith-Cohov- er I -- , i d K. - 4t " - FOXES WANTED ?1-2- , . I p- j. - - A' - L.-- . M.- -- y THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS liner. There were also many to keep the hoe going before the are visible. The latter j wealthy persons, including John weeds' are robbers of nutriment, and a The greatest ocean disaster m Jacob Astor and his recent bride little stir will prevent their getthe history of the world occurred who were returning from a ting a firm hold. But the hoe on Saturday the 14th inst. A honeymoon trip. The survivors on board the goes one step further, it breaks dispatch from New York says: tiny pores in the soil the Carpathia are bound for New up the New York, April 15.--Their number is not through which the moisture natbottom of the sea, in water two York. urally comes to the Surface by lies the wreck known, but is said to be 675, If miles deep, y capiliary attraction, and thus of the largest steamship ever that many are on board the list evaporation As arrested a most built, and she took with her of dead will be decreased. important thing when rain is more than fifteen hundred souls. Milltown Ga. badly wanted. The ship was the Titanic, the After hoeing in this manner, largest steamer afloat, on her Editor News: and for this object is plainly seen maiden voyage across the" AtlanPlease find space for another tic. Off the coast of New letter from a happy Kentucky that plants derive much benefit, Foundland, in the darkness of boy. It rains here almost all the as much and even more than night, the big liner struck an time, and it is raining now. The from those of the summer showiceberg. The boat sank in a few constant rains have caused the ers, which leaves little traces behind of their visit. hours. farmers here to be late with their How many lives were lost is corn and cotton crops. Friday, LucRy, Or UnlucKy. not known. The sister ship of I have only eight more the Titanic, the Olympic, which weeks of school and I will then Lee surrender on Friday.-Moscowas near the scene of the acci- come back to the best place on was burned on Friday. dent, sent a wireless message to- earth, Ky., (besides Ga.) Washington was born on Eri-danight stating: Politics is the talk of every day "Loss likely to total eighteen life here in the "Sunny South." Shakespeare was born on Frihundred souls." Georgia people say that 0. day. The This seems to be the most ac- W, Underwood must have the America was discovered on curate iuformation that was ob- nomination for President and Friday. regarding the also the office. When a Georgia tainable Richmond was evacuated on extent of the greatest disaster in man read the article in the News the history of the sea. Earlier about Underwood, he said Ky., Friday. reports had indicated that the The Mayflower landed on Friwas in the right and that he loss of life would be fifteen hunday, knew Underwood was. dred. I want W. J. Bryant to make The Bastile was destroyed on FIRST NEWS OF DISASTER. one more race as that will make Friday. The first news of the accident his fourth race and defeat, if he Queen Victoria was married on was received by the wireless op- will only make one Friday. more. erator at Cape Race. It said: You can't imagine how hospiKing Charles was beheaded on "Have struck an iceberg. We table these Ga., folks are. They Friday. are badly damaged. Rush aid." seem just like home folks to me, Fort Sumter was bombarded Within half an hour the Vir- and they are homefolks as long on Friday. ginian of the Allan line had been stay among them. as I Napoleon Bomaparte was born communicated with and her capI want to ask again, what is on Friday. tain was headed directly to the wrong with the Glensfork corJalirs Caesar was assassinated scene. Shortly afterward the respondent? They surely are all on Friday. Virginian sent the following to dead in that section of Ky., for I her local agents: never get any news from them The battle of Mareno was fought on Friday. "Titanic says she is badly dam-- . through your good paper. aged as result of striking an ice- The battle of Waterloo was ''Oh you ball players!" what are you doing? Are you winning fought on Friday. assistance and we are rushing to Juan of Arc was burned to any games or are you losing all? her help." I am playing tvith the Green Bay the stake on Friday. From time to time other wireLeague at present. We have not William McKinley was assassiless advices were received. In nated on Friday. lost a game. each it was stated that the TitanThere is one thing here some f For rheumatism you ic was still in touch, and it was will find nothing of us have not seen, the turpennot until 12:27 that the Virginian tine still. There is about a half better than Chambenain's Liniment. reported she had lost the Titanic. dozen of them here and it is a Try it and see how quickly it gives reThe weather this morning was lief. or sale by Paul Drug Co. grand scene to view this work. clear and calm, the pumps of the Ther is two new R. R. being Titanic were being worked to Woman to Vote in Kentucky. their utmost, it was stated, and constructed to Milltown (only 3 while the forward holes were miles from here and it will sure For the first time in Kentucky full of water the water tight help this vicinity out, in various will be witnessed the spectacle respects. compartments were holding. of women voting in a regular There is many grand sceneries , The great steel plow of the Ticounty election in 1913. If the here. One of them is the "Banks tanic crumbled before the impact general adapted construction mm rona." it contains over placed upon the recently enactwith the enormous Iceberg. As 3000 acres of water. This is one the smash came, however, the ed School Law be correct, a of the best of places to go rowwater-tigh- t woman who can read and who compartment doors ing and fishing at all closed automatically. Immediatepossess the necessary qualifica- I will bring my lengthy letter ly the wireless appeals for aid tions as required of male voters to a close, wishing all my friends may exercise the rightof suffrage were sent out and the response success in all future undertakwas immediate. in the race for School Supt. ings. A Kentucky Cracker. Separate ballots will be provided AID COMFS LATE. W. V, Helm. bearing the names of the variAlthough several ships caught R. No 2, Box 24. the wireless message asking for ous candidates for this office ,but immediate assistance, only the the same officers will conduct Carpathea reached the scene in Preserving Soil Moisture. the election for this office as pre to be of any material assistime side at the general election. The , ladies will be permitted to use One object of tiling is to pre-tance. The Parisian and the Virginian both arrived after it serve the moisture in the soil, the same booths as the men when was too late to do any thing, The spreading of manure during casting their ballots. In the Carpathia, the first ship to the winter round the stems of ture the women will become a reach the scene, arriving eight standard fruit trees, and such factor in politics in Kentucky, hours arter the Titanic had gone bushes as gooseberries and cur- - at least in so far as one office is to thebottom. In the lifeboats rants, tends to keep the surface concerned and it is thought that' oi the iitanic were tne women soil moist. The roots of suchlthonWmin nuvc ofn vwv vnutjfs cl lciiuciu:v andxhildren who were on board plants are near the surface, andjto divorce the office of School liner. The Carpathia by slightly scraping beneath Supt. from politics. X of the-bipicked up these survivors and it with a spade the numerous ten-- 1 ...-- . is. believed that they are the only-one- der root hairs are soon exposed. An alleged Washington scier-ti- st out of, the 2,170 per- these are at work feeding the saved asserts that he can teach hens steSs; tHey are protected from to talk. But he does not show sons on board. frost by the straw of the ma- that talking will increase the egg ARCHIE BUTT ON BOARD. product, which at this season of Major Archie Butt, the Presi- nure. In summer time we hoe the the year is the pivot issue of the dent's military aide, was one of 'weeds, but it is an excellent plan: hen industry. - (jthe passengers oil board the big Fifteen Hundred Lives Lost. j At Farm Notes, aeK3eK Plow the garden deeply. Teach the calf to eat grain. JWatch out for rotting apples to-da- y. to-nig- ht j I and potatoes. Hogs can stand cold, dry weather without, injury. Do not tie your cattle up by 7TC do the neck to feed them. No ewe should be bred until ' she has reached maturity. A poorly nourished, stunted filly should not be bred. There are many reasons why 7K farmers should keep more sheep. Each season a grass-lo- t should be held in reserve for dairy cows. In some sections farmers are recommending sowing alsike with timothy. On every farm poultry should IN not only have a place, but a prom- IN inent place. Replowing fall plowed land again in the spring seems useless expense and bother. It is a common but erroneous opinion that beets are especially IN " hard on the land. IN haye shelter from Let the colt storm, but let him have access Njy IN ' to pasture also. It is as an egg producer that IN the Indian Runner duck has gained the most fame. IN 7K When rape is pastured down, it will often spring up again IN after being given a rest. An economical use of roughage about the farm is greatly in fa- IN vor of winter dairying. Feeding all the cows- in the same way is treating them unfairly and cheating yourself. The' best time to dehorn an animal is when it is only a few days old, by using caustic potash. It is well worth while to exert L. every energy possible to keep your present supply of live stock. At Lowest Cut Rate Prices In breaking the colt, remember that it is an easy matter to A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner overload and ruin him by causing him to balk. Laxative Bromo Quinine Per Box " " LaxativejTablets One of the secrets in raising Smgley any kind of live stock is to keep Hills Cascara Quinine the young animal growing from Weeks Break a Cold Tablets "'" Nyals the start. " A. D. S. " The time to change the calf from whole milk to skimmilk Rexai Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil' Bottle will depend largely upon the de Scotts Emulsion velopment of the calf. " Nyals Cod Liver Oil You may feed all the food your Wine hens can possibly use, but if you Rexal are short of grit, the results will Emulsion not be satisfactory. A. D. S. Bacteria do not thrive in the IN- During Year as 1912 We not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List as VI 4 1.50 Ik One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year as LouisvillejTimes and News $.50. MS - &2& Line x p verything In The Dru 4 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 00 42-8- Sc 50-1- 100 89c 50c 83c 83c 1.00 j j cold but in heat only. If you Vinol keep your milk 40 degrees the Write us for Quotations bacteria will have small chance, j j i j ! In case some cockerels need to be eaten or sold on a fancy mar--! ket, it pays to put them in a crate and fatten them two weeks. Ramdom Thoughts. CITY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth & Jefferson KY LOUISVILLE, J U. G. HARDWICS, Pres. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec j j j fu-T- he I j i w. , . g j Happiness is a perfume that one cannot shed over another without a few drops falling on one's self. Wnen one 1S inclined to worry, e remar an ol ,adv should e recaed: "Yes dearies; I've had an awful heap of trouble m my time' and mPsfc of ifcnever happened. A Connecticut man who has been married 77 years has complied ten commandments for married folks. Having been at the receiving end of the com W. T. - Pyhe Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 IKC0RP0RATED I8S9 (vniiLiWSiGHTS DEALERS IN I mflCHiNiSTs ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTft-flftl- N. LOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work . s 3$r JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- j mandment game for 77 years he is entitled to do a little commanding on his own hook. S !HHiHKR' x All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - - ,?- - Sfc-- ; , rf- - c 5- - i r?cf- - ar, y,-- , Tg, we, r .c f. 1B.& ADAIR COUNTS: N 'iWS News Items. .3 hardworking and honest The New York Bar Association took action against the Recall of Judges. Mrs. Desha Breckinridge has organized a Woman's Club at Maysville. 4 Col. Jack Cbinn is making an active canvass for Congress in the 8th district. Daughters of American Revolution are holding their annual convention in Washington. All counties in Kentucky will be asked to plant trees on the capitol grounds at Frankfort. William J. Bryan is in Ohio making speeches against the nom ination of Gov. Harmon for President, James J. Hill, the President of the Great'Northern Railroad, will announce his retirement in a few weeks. Congress has appropriated $300,000' more-tflood sufferers. o aid Mississippi The former ap- propriation was $250,000. By the falling of the floor of a church at Harrington Park, N.J., two peo pie were killed. Five thousand dollars has been added to the Derby race in Louis ville for 1913 making it the richest stake in America. In a suit at Shelbyville, Mrs. Harding asks for divorce from her husband, Rev. Robert Harding, pastor at Covington. The public schools of .Louisville were open yesterday as the number of cases of cerebrospinal meningitis is decreasing. Experts from the State farm train believe the phophate deposits near Georgetown may prove of great value to Kentucky agriculture. Congressman Gardner has issued a challenge to Col. Roosevelt for a joint debate when the latter enters Massachusetts in his campaign. A bill has been introduced in pieces Congress to coin three-cen- t with a hole in the middle of them to be used especially for street car fares. Dr. Moses Stearns, of Philadelphia, according to the statements filed with the Clerk of the House only spent twenty-fiv- e cents to be elected to Congress. At Mrs. Patterson's ball in Washington Ambassador's wives were shocked by the turkey trot Vester. dance and a Congressman's wife who smoked cigarettes. Several farmers in 'this comAn Owen county woman, who is drawing a pension as the wid- munity are through breaking ow of a Federal soldier, has ap- corn ground. plied for a State pension as the Ml?. Leslie Shepherd and wife widow of a Confederate soldier Spent Easter Sunday with their also. r Creat Famine In China. afternoon with A Mrs. Kate Sutton. ers. Mr. Milford Burton is on the There is a strong famine relief committee in Shanghsi, compos- sick list. ed of both foreigners and Chinese Wheat is looking fine in this of all faiths. Bishop Graves of neighborhood. Breei to the best string of Stock in Kenfuck f;r the Least Aionev the Episcopal church is chair mam; Dr. Wu Ting Fang, forThe "Jelly Wobble." mer Minister to the United E. C. States, is The following telegram from Lobenstine of the Presbyterian Washington, printed in a New church, secretary, and H. C. York paper, is either a gross libel Gulland, manafier International or an indication of decadence in Banking Corporation, treasurer. the Washington Smart Set: The committee will employ as "The .Dancing Fifty of the! many as possible of these able to e Club, which includes ' labor in building dikes, and in Mrs. Alice Longworth, Postmaster-Gesuch other works as will help to neral Hitchcock, Preston prevent the recurrence of flood Gibson, Margaret Draper, Miss and famine. This work is in line Helen Taft, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph with the recommendation of C. Leiter and the Misses Meyers D. Jameson, an engineer sent to are eagerly practicing the new China by the American Red dance, "The Jelly Wobble." It Cross. All labor is to be paid is Oriental in effect and is rapidfor in grain, and not in money. ly displacing the "Turkey Trot' As president of the American in society's esteem. Red Cross, President Taft has "Only one or two of the youngissued a proclamation asking the dances, people of the United States to er set frown on these help the people of China. He ' Chief among the objectors is Miss Helen Taft, who while an ' has joined with the other officers of the Red Cross in requesting enthusiastic member of the! Dancing Fifty, refuses to turkey this citizens' committee in making known the facts. The Chi- trot, devil dance or jelly wobble. Many matrons also disapprove nese government and people are heartily of these new dances." doing what they can to relieve A description of the dance is the situation, but they can meet given, showing it to be the only a fraction of the need. grizzly bear" in a state of high- This is one of the greatest er or perhaps lower" is the famines of modern times. Six word evolution. It is announchundred thousand families are This Celebrated young Stallion will make the present season (1912) at our barn at Roley, Ky., for the sum of ed that Preston Gibson, formerly food or means of supwithout $ 2.00 for. a mare colt, or $ 0.00 for a horse colt. Rex Paull is registered 2928 in the American Saddle Horse Breeding of Lexington", is the organizer of Association. port. Fifteen dollars will save a the "dancing Fifty" and a leadDESRIPTION: Rex Paull is 6 hinds high, a dark bay, with fine mane and tail. He is 5 years old and weighs whole family from starvation-Fiftee- n ing "jelly wobbler." 195 pounds. hundred dollars will save Social leaders in Washington Rex Paull has defeated more Stallions in the Fairs, as a show horse, than any other horse in this pait of the State. one hundred families. Fifteen must have reached a low mental Hi coils won the blues over the colts ot tour counties. His colts eleen months old, 7UU pounds, and is I4i hands thousand dollars will provide for ' and moral ebb if they have noth- high. one thousand families. HundWe insure all colts to get up and suck Lean retained on all colts. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not re- ing better to do than originate sponsible should any occur. reds of thousands of lives can more disgusting dances than thus be saved if sufficiently those the police forbid in the JPKI'AaXXTK: prompt and generous contribupublic dance halls. At the same time and place we will offer the service of Royal Peacock, who is a combined saddle and harness horse, tions are made. nine years old, a model in form and action. He is the sire of some of the best colts in Adair county. He will be permitRemittances should be sent to This is a rare opportunity to breed to this horse, as you will probably never have another ted to serve mares for $7.00 Care of Lamps. Jacob H. Schiff, Treasurer, 1 chance to breed for this small fee. He was sired by Old Peacock, owned by Thompson Bros., Lebanon, Tenn. His first York. Madison Avenue, New He will stand on the insure plan, the money due when the dam was Capt. Harper's blooded mare, by Young Clipper colt is foaled or mare parted with, or traded or sold. All funds received will be for Poor lights are often caused by warded by cable, without any de- 'the condition of lumns and A.UCI-duction whatever for expenses, wicks. The oils which accumuWill make the present season, (1912) at our stable at Roley at $8.00 to insure a living colt all right. to the Famine Relief Committee late in the lamp should be thrown BEAUCHAMP is 8 years old, 15 J hands high, black with mealy points, heavy bone and muscle. Beauchamp lnmn in China, through the Depart- rttli" tnrairtT mnnfli oirJ has proven himself to be one of the best mule Jacks in this part of the State, imparting size and style to his gets. His mules ment of State at Washington. thoroughly cleaned. were among the best in the county last year, and brought top prices. In the time of national crisis The lamp should be filled and Beauchamp was sired by Ben McFarland's fine Jack and his dam was a well bred'Jennet by John McFarland's 16 and reconstruction in China, and the charred portion of the wick hand Jack. , of dire physical dis- removed each time before lightin her hour Money due when colt is foaled, mare bred to other stock, traded or removed from neighborhood. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. tress and suffering, may Amer- ing. ica prove a friend indeed, beUse a wick of good quality, I fc This fine Jack will make the present season at the same place, at $6.00 for a mare colt or $5.00 Jor L cause a friend in time of need. The wick is the vital part of the horse colt. Jeff is a coal black, with white points, and heavy bone and muscle, This Jack has proven himself to be one o( farm- last Thursday j Stock Men. vice-chairma- n; j Play-hous- , j I : 1 1 . I REX PAULL 1 1 1 v 1 ROYAL I3E I AMP ! J r lamp. the finest breeders in the country. Stock men will do well to see this line of stock before breeding. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fratak Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith were visiting &frs. S. J. Dooley, of i Three millions of people in this place, last Saturday night Central 'O&ina are on the verge arid Sunday. of starvation. Last summer the Miss Effie Shepherd spent 'iss't wort floods in forty years Friday night with her sister, the crops in an area of Mrs. Lena Shepherd. 0,000 square miles. Many 'have Mr. Clem Burton returned last already died of hunger, atid unWednesday from Louisville, less prompt relief is 'given, mulwhere he had gone to purchase titudes of men, wfjmcn and chilMrs. Susan Dooley's summer dren must perish. goods for her. He bought a During the last'few weeks the nice line of summer goods. political and military news from Mrs. :Eveline Smiley, of near China has absorbed the attention no betier at this and interest of the world to the MaGaha, is reported very bad. exclusion ' of the needs of the writing, but is No harvest Mrs. Malindia Burton was at hungry millions. canbeexpected until May. Un- the bedside of her sister, Mrs-Evelin- e New wicks should be supplied every month or two. They should be dried before the fire and put into the oil while warm. Used wicks should be dried Clogged every two weeks; wicks make poor light Don'c economize oh wickk. They are cheaper than oil or eyesight. A smoke ftame may be due to a cheap burner or an unsuitable chimney, Burner and chimney should be kept clean. If these dirctions are followed there wilf be less complaint of oil and lamps. A few sweet apples or lumps of sugar is likely to prove much more effective than a whip in securing obedience from an intelligent, spirited highly bred colt, or even a mature animal of the Stock will have our personall attention. price for grain. We will pasture a limited number of mares at rrx i?npn mm rraq old-fashioned $2. per month, or a t Casey Creek, Ky. native converts have migrated toi w I! hot be restricted to ' other States;moatly to Missouri, ucky members of the denomina- -' ' where &e Disciples are 175,006 ition. Any former resident and Special to the News: all others, regardless of creed! strQng; in(W wifch Louisville. Ky., April 5, ttaejj,,. l25Cf00; ohio he declares, will bejwelcomed in catchy Slogan, Meet us in our Tennessee 80,000, to say nothing the good Kentucky-way- . old Kentucky home, adopted by of other nearby States and in the Disciples of Christ for their h f WegL The Danger After Grip'. Convention in Internatienal Lies often in a g system; fea has start- - With this Louisville, Oct., Weakness, nervousness, lack of appeture, and the fact that Louisville tite, energy and ambiti m, with disoreda movement among is in the geographical center of dered liver and kidneys often follow anr tuckians of the denomination attack of this wretched disease. The g in connec- - more than one million of their greatest need then is Electric Bitters, for a big membership, the Disciples have the glorious tonic, blood purifier" and tion with the event. planned for the largest gather- regulator of stomach, liver and kidneys' Kentucky is known as the ing at any Convention in their Thousands have provedthat they wonderfully strengthen the nerves; build, 'Pioneer Battle Ground" of the history. up the system and restore to healtHanoP Disciples for the reason that good spirits after an attack f Grip. If The local Committee has al- suffering, try them. Onlyof 50 cents. of the famous debates bemany and tween their early leaders and ready engaged the big Louisville Sold by perfect satisfaction guarart-teed Pau" Dru? Co those of other denominations Armory, with its seating capaci- s were held in its principal cities ty of 20,000 andj all Preventive measures frrwarrJ-an- d convention halls, for the nff Wn tmnWoa "Ub lUiijr and towns. w . f "wuuiw f i event. eleminate tedious treatment, but Aside from nearly 150,000 members of the denomination in George A. Jones, Secretary of sustain in the most natural and the State now, it is estimated the Committee, states, however, desirable condition for breeding: g feature purposes. that more than that number 'of that the home Coming for ex-Kent- mm. home-comin- run-dow- n 15-2- 2, ex-Ke- n- I home-comin- horse kind. . til then the famine will be growing daily more acute. ple - to bfe The peo- toight. relieved are chiefly 'Mrs. Lena; -- Calves should not be turned out to pasture unless they have had a little green feed before, as Smiley, last Wednesday it is liable to cause scours. Give all the fresh, clean water the calf v side-room- w -- . , Shepherd spent will drink. -- home-comin- J7 -'- S - K r ..- -- k x ... - a .- - THE ADAIR COUNT THP AIUIR M-tt- S nmiITY'MS',lhoPefor'8U99es9next'Novemer is ip 'put Teddy in-th- e the past,rrepudiate administration in nounmistak- - - BY THE able language, and then nomi- Adair County News Company. nate a new man on a straight ( Incorporated) Republican platform, declaring EDITOR. unequivically for protection for CHAS. S. HARRIS i"infant industries." If the Published Every Wednesday , j shades of the present MMMlilliSMlilllliliSllllliillPlllMSillllll k The Black Hawk Corn Drill 4 Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- Brest of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. ' ' Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-ofll- ce as sec-n- d WED. mm APBIL., 24. 1912 i. i .. . . . .. Democratic For of Alabama. v Ticket. i W. UNDERWOOD, ' Amerjcan people Could be induced to believe that the Sstandard Oil Company, the American Tobacco Company and a few kindred concerns need the protection, ' certainly the party would be as successful as in days gone by when it won on such theories. The Republican party is a party of protection, and it ought to stand in the open for its infants as it has in the past. THE TITANIC TRAGEDY. m I . Globe and Calumet Fertilizers Genuine Brown Cultivators Have Stood the Test Call on Oi i 8 ime Announcements From The Courier-Journa- l. For Congress Horror, helplessness, awe pity We are authorized to announce Jack the human mind and Chinn a candidate for Congress in the ODDress eighth district, subject to the action of heart in the realization of such a as the sinking of the Democratic Primary to be held Au- world-traged- y gust, 3rd. Titanic. j The Jeffries Hardware Store m m Mi wrv That such a structure as this Mr. Roosevelt carried "Oregon suand Nebraska. He is now tour imperial ship, the latest, the preme, triumphant achievement ing Alabama. of man in his boasted mastery Oscar W. Underwood, major- of the sea, sailing forth on her iH2 ity leader in Congress, has as a first voyage with absolute and starter ,f or the Presidential nom- apparently justified confidence, ination the votes of Alabama. freighted with more than two Kentucky .ought to help swell thousand mortals, and with the his list. riches of many lands, should be crushed like an egg shell and, Old Mexico will get too large on one of the most traveled roads for her pants if she don't look of the ocean, disappear beneath out. She has refused to recog-- 1 two miles of water before 'the nize the right of the American marvel of wireless telegraphy government to instruct it on its could bring her aid, benumbs us duties in its observation of interHE remainder of this week we will make a anewiwith our pettiness and feenational law. Special Reduction of 15 on all our Clothing. bleness in the grip of the forces of nature, whose puny puppets This offer holds good for THIS WEEK ONLY. You The Democratic State Conveninstead of whose arrogant masonce and take advantage of this op should come tion will be held in the city of ters, we are. portunity, this is quite a reduction. Louisville Wednesday, May 29th. culmi All the ages of Except in counties containing Our line of Gents Furnishing Goods is Com nated in this superb work of coun-- 1 first and second class cities plete: such as Low Cuts, Shirts, Collars and Ties. conty conventions to select delegates man's brain and hand. The ... . We also have a nice line of Ladies Sample Slippers fidence with which her makers will be held Monday, May 27. we are closing out at 90c per pair. We have a nice committed her to the In counties containing cities, as and owners deep was shared by the hundreds Line of Ladies Slippersand Shoes also. We have a above named, precinct meetings wj0 entrusted their lives to her New Line of Ginghams and Calicos. All Calicos, 5c. will be held May 25. keeping. Those who knew her You should not let this week pass without seeing our best scoffed at the very sugges We have read many horrible Clothing if you are in need of a suit. We are selling -' stories, stories that caused us to tion that any fury or cunning of our furniture a very close margin. Come in and lower our head and shudder, the ocean could sink her. Even our prices are right. see us and be convinced stories that caused the tenderest hours after the ominous reports Yours for Business, : sm, memories to pass through our of her distress and doubtful fate! f&ir-- i ' fli? .. bosom, yea, stories that brought began to reach the shore officials , such emotions that grief and j of the White Star Line laughed tears were the only relief, but of at the idea of her possible loss, all the horrors of horrors we ev--' She had not sunk because it was er read, was the sinking of the impossible for her to sink! the civilized Titanic and the drowning of near- - And yet i; ly sixteen hundred souls that world is stricken by the. catas- now lie two miles deep in the trophe of the sinking, with her, 10 Turkeys bottom of the ocean. Think of more than a thousand lives. LOUISVILLE MARKETS 6 Geese how heroic the men on that ves-- i For it is no exaggeration to say 9! Ducks ' . 14 sel were. Busy getting the that all the civilized world is Wool tall clipping 27 -Wool spring clipping , .women and children in life boats, stricken. Aside from the mag- - Laiest Quotations on Live ' StocK S ... .. , Hides (green) a little room remaining for a few nitude of the calamity, Us vie- 44 Feathers . r. by mny. coun" 5 00 : . .. Ginseng cattle' men; but who are to take place- s- if"8 are ?laimed ' urham)uplex! , tries, and were so great in num- 50 l . 3eeswax . . '. t . We Will cast lOtS, and mtnatj, $7NU07.6U. fc h aeareelv -- Shipping steer 3 25 rA20TR A: Beef steers o.n06 50 Yellow Root - i,ome way a few of the male passen;s not affected if not pafc heifers and cows 4256.00 May Appletper lh) gers were saved. by the loss of a dear one, by the cutters s.oo4.oo ftftfWWWWl 2.oo3.oo loss of acquaintances, or of those ' Canners 'i A Hi iii ' 255.'oo Teddy is still doing his best to known by repute beyond the cir- - Bul,s Durham u place President Taft on the list cles of home and acquaintance. s755 60 " And all, whether known to us in choice miich' cows.. !..."." of undesirables, and in fact his and one way or another, or known to common to fair cows .expressed m liillHlliililllliiliiilllllHHl m w CUT PRIC 3& 8k I8& m T tm IE at sea-cra- ft I -- i m W rv & es& lift rsv & '- at & that l . l I j PATTESOK 8" DENNEY. Z&r to-da- y ,; ' , , , . ..... ... - , 'Shave With a Smile' ! . tw i -r 2- - scs 35.oo-45.- co 15.00-35.00 insinuations charges surpass any thing thatr 'has ever been made in a Pres- idential contest. If the Republi- can party accepts Mr. Roosevelt as its nominee it goes on record as the most populistici organiza -- .iT been, may yet be, our own. , ", , v, .hogs Choice 210 up , jresiaentiai oiunaers tnan gooatnat tne ngnv mat mey wii ,Corn judgment can defend. It's' pre-- ! throw upon this frightful disaV . tragedy., sheep and lambs ,QmH' .. been prevented, could have 5.00 G.00 ".. 3.oo5.oo 'whether there was fault, and culls...v,... Sf whose.; There will be time for Fat sheep.. C....i ' ,...ij country, ana, as we see it, u lr these tlljngs jien the survivors. ' GRAIN. sfr.nrips. T.pf. us hnnp .' takes Mr Taft it endorses more-foi90 ,, , ., ,17, ...ifWheat. a. i- --. i. t. v ations whether the s MaA:ma The pathos of it puts aside for pjg3 the moment, all other consider- - Roughs. . j fn 9m ;- - , : 7.75 7.65 6.50 7 00 4 ONE BJ ?Z&0 Whi,e thev Last H POP down the throat of a "capey" chicken destroys tho "worm and saves tho chick's life. A few drops la the drlnklnff watet white dIarrhoea.Ntonp, cholera and other chick diseases. -- See Display In Our Show Window i;D g Reed Hardware Co. died at his home, in Russell Springs last Sunday, He was buried at Bethel graveyard on Monday with Masonic honors. The deceased was a brother of Mrs. fM. E. Mafcum , this place. SflE5i, CURES and PREVENTS GAPES .,.'.,, l .rffjt' To-day. 'tn. LocalMarket disclose all the truth and r dicament reminds us of an in ter will CftWnw WlfVl Q now' rmi cident, but not relating it, when demonstration 0f the strength of summed up is as follows:' It's j men if not to acheive the impos- - Eggs.. r-v-. be d ed if they do and be d ed sible, to die the death of strong Hens.. Chickens Cocks . . . if they don t. Ihe only possible men. I We have received little qver three, pages, legal cap, type written, from 50 Mr. R. L. Caraphell in reply to Dr. Hakes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Taylor's'' last article on compulsory raiser should keep a bottle ot IhtaSSSne on hand. Write for free sample school law. The article is and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address but there is no necessity for its publileitaKtM. ft BOURBON REMEDY CO'JPANY, cation, as we now have the law for ,15 which Dr. Taylor contended. "Sold by BourbonPoultryCure One 50c Boitle of well-writte- n, 10 - v. 7 3 PAULL DRUG CO. ' Columbia, Ky. well-know- n The seventh daughter was born to the wife of Mr.,S. C. ,Neat Sunday Mr. Berry McKinley, an aged and night, the 21st inat. The seven little citizen of Russell county, girls have one little brother. .( ?& r--4 .- fI. Ji , f rs - t L' "rtrfw- r 4 . THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS '-, y "X G. P. SMYTHE tor HRE INSURANCE and REAL .ESTATE 4$86"&4"6"0"8 61 00 for hard work in all kinds of soil That's the NGPOWDE -- Rows X Roads. J 5s t Absolutely Pufe HOME BAKING EASY V -- Well the farmers are putting in good time these pretty days. Wheat and 'grass are looking fine. MAKES ' jt' jg. I M ?t V i Light Biscuit Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings Flaky Crusts The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream oi Tartar Mr. .Fount Selby and MissQ Cleo Phelps have got married. ,jQg since my last letter to the News Owen Lawless' mare that got her leg broken, died: Bill Price gets no better. j r 9 1 I Ancle Coffey and Ed Selby have cleared 15 acres of ground wns spring, J& I ! C ryK Likes work and lots of it. A Cultivator that has all the good points many of which are exclusively Oliver. 1- -' iI IIM Oliver No. 1 Cultivator wnataiog roiling Blakey is Light, ca 'IT ;nidE and easy to pull. Built strong t nd rigid hence long lived. Well balanced and quickly adjustable come in and see it, you will like it. I we will have. Old Uncle Jonathan i4 ELeed Hardware Company. Personal Mr. Friday and Saturday. J. Q. Alexander, was here last o. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Miller, visited at Crocus last Sunday. Dr. A. I. Alper, returned to Columbia Sunday afternoon. Mr. Frank Sinclair, was in the Louisville market Isst week. Rev. W. B. Cave, of Romine, was here the first of the week. Mr. A. G. Norris called to see our hardware merchants last week. Mr. W. P. Nunnallv and son, Horse Cave, were here a few days ago. Mr. G. R. Holt, Campbellsville, was here last week, en route to Russell county. Foster, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Pickett, has been quite sick for the past week. 24-Neighbor Hatcher and his son, spent j Sunday in Columbia. Neighbor put in the day reading up. Mrs. H. V. Denver, Lexington, Tenn , arrived last Wednesday afternoon, and will spend several weeks with her for his return. mother. A. B. Corbin. 10 years old that has got 25 Geo; Of Jesse; 2o-Miss Mary Miller who is in school at Bowling Green, is spending a week James Herriford, who is in Elizabeth with her parents, Dr. S. P. Miller and Hospital, Lebanon, continues to im WHY NOT MAKE $200.00 wife. MONTH --- That's prove. He will likely be able to come Mr. C. S. Jones, Glasgow, is visiting homen about one week. S50.00 a Week, almost SIO.00 Day his son, Mr. J. W. Jones, Glensfork. He will probably remain through the Belling Victor Safes and boxes For Sale. coming summer to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and farmers.all of whom realize the need Mr. J. A. Webb, of Webb's X Roads, oi a saie, out uo not Know how easy it is to own The Famous Parry Buggies. Price ' one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of Russell county, visited his daughter, reasonable. fit 3, "'.?' f g the Ixt, ele.an-eu- t opportuniJ. H. Pelley.' ties i'vrr received. Without previous Miss Capatola. who is in the Lindsey-Wilso- n Columbia, Ky. i ss of others. e:n duplicate t'le suci-Our last week. catalog nlll en.ioie you to ire- - lit the to cus- ttimert, m jj. intert t:: ; a iii.miih ti? though Mr. Geo. A. Smith, Jr., and wife, will be ready by thej Vflll Mrs. Rounds , ......... .. ...... 4.. . .l M ,1 V7en Tl'lAffn tlw.lll f t'lrtii.rli rtni. f who live on Cumberland river, Russell first Of May to receive music pupils ur ami utrftrui-.is lorselli.i''s,aii-- . emu.. '''"- Vns apply lr.mi our vicinity prospective customer county, visited Mr. Smith's parents in either oiano or strine- instrument At , ST. You le the- Ur- -t to which it is uimomMi- for ubefore someone else getsto deny. Why the tcrrltorv? place last week. j We CRK favor only one suIeman out of each locality. this the home of Dan Clark. 1 ne liitn anniversary or our Rev J. W. Weldon, will leave for 7.a. 'gj company wis celebrated by n"-st J;, A new line ladies, Misses and chi '2 &&pmt freeiiiigine mosimooern sate Monticello Thursday, at which place he factory in the world. men who received our will assist the pastor, Rev. Jesse Mur-Tel- l, dren's hats just received. sptetal Sf'ling inducement, Mrs. T. I. Smith, in a ten days meeting. rendered it necessary todouble 2.VJt Cane Valley, Ky. our output. We are spenaififr Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman and Miss many thousands of dollars our sales orp;ani7ation, Elma Page, who havebeen visiting in but to learn all particulars, it There are five white stray ducks at ' will cost you only the price of Cleveland, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Ind., my place. Owner can have by paying a postal card. returned home last Wednesday night. for this notice F. C. Wheeler, Col- Ask for Catalogue 16T. Mrs. W. D. Jones, (nee Miss 'Mamie umbia, Ky. Baker.) of Knoxville. Tenn., is spend THE VICTOR ing a few weeks with her father, .fudge J .'Squire G. W. Pickett reports that he brood mare one day last week j H. C. Baker, her sister and brother. lost SAFE & LOCK GO. that he valued at two hundred dollars ' Mrs. James S. Read will leave for CINCINNATI, OHIO Our New Homo. Capaolty 20,000 Safes Annually. her home in Carthage. Tenn., in the Mrs. Mary Caldwell is having her morning. She will spend two daysj residence, on Burkesville street, remod- with James Herriford in Lebanon. dled, and when finished the building Attorney General James Garnett, will be greatly improved in appearence. after a pleasent visit home, started to A fine Jersey bull is at our farm. Frankfort, on his return trip, this morning. Mrs'. Garnett wiU not return Fee, one dollar at the gate to insure Garrison P.ros. for eight or ten days. t Burkesville, Miss Mary Lowhorn, of visited Miss Ruth Sommers a few days If you have not bought, wait to see lastwoek. From here she went to what I have tor youCampbellsville where she will spend a 'Mrs. T I. Smith few weeks with her sister, Mrs. B. H. 2o-Cane Valley,, Ky. The Adair County News one Gilpin. People of Columbia sit around fires Camp- Mr and Mrs. W. M.Jackson, of of Louisville, The Daily Evening bejlsvule, arrived in Uolumbia last last Thursday in order to keep com' Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOIXARS. Thursday afternoon visiting Attorney fortable." General Jas. Garnett and wife. Mr. Dr.NJ. N. Murrell is housekeepingin Jackson returned home Friday, but Mrs. is if a cottage .next to Mr, G. W. Lowe's Jackson will remain 2bveral days of home. to keep procession. Send this week. . Capt. W. W. Bradshaw, who has Before buying pumps call and see my name, money to. been sojourning in Barren county since stock, all kinds, prices low. S. F. Eubank. last fall, returned to his home, this 24-: . place, last Wednesday. He says he A short account of the sinking of the enjoyed his visit, and that he is now in Columbia, Ky. fine health. Mrs. Bradshaw is yet in great ship can be found on our second Barren county, but will return to Col- page. umbia in a few days. jfcSH ; i building a Mr. W. T."McFarland-iMr. Fred Myers, wife and daughter and feed.barn for Mr. Jo of Oklahoma, haye returned to Colum- large tobacco fully satisfied that Murray. bia their old home, 3t 3t in very poor health. Bill Cook has gone to Columbia this week to build a. fertilizer young chickens now. house for Lee Calhoun. Sister Martha H. the wife of ' Mrs. Clemy Turner is here William Garr, died March 28, the attractive West does not measure with her si(jk father thig week 1912. She was born Oct., 9, up to tne guttering pictures au uiieui I guess Jim Oaks will have 1839. Was married to William seen in the old States. Mr. Myers will be first miller in The Midget Mill, of corn to sell this summer. He is Garr October the 30th, 1855. this place, and will soon be offering its products po the people of this section. not done gathering his last years She was the mother of eight; J children. She professed religion crop yet. Over two hundred dollars was raised ,We had a good Easter meet- and joined the Baptist church at at the Methodist church here and the Mt. Vernon, about 40 years ago. church at Tabor, last Sunday, for ing at Oak Grove. . Phe crowd was a good wife - a benovolent purposes. The amount given was large, and Bro. Deener She by the Columbia church, $187. preached us a good sermon on good mother. She was buried at home in a new started grave Mr. Tom Redmon, this county, was jhe resurrection. adjudged a lunatic a few days ago and yard, in the presence of many Del Price and Lizzie Leach sent to Lakeland. He was violent when weeping friends. Let me say he left here, requiring two men to hold were visiting at Jim McKinley's, husband, daughter and son, look him in a vehicle. this week. to Jesus who doethv all things For Sale. Bro. Craigg after being on well, he will save you if you will About 100 barrels of corn at my crib this district here as Presiding trust in Jesus. Call First National near Columbia. Elder for the last two months, Bank or G. W. Dillion. Miss Mollie Selby's 'condition has returned to his home this is critical this morning, she can't week in Hancock county, to re last many days longer. I have a red shorthorn bull, a? good one, at my farm. One dollar at the turn to us again in July. Bro. gate to insure. Also a thoroughbred Craigg is a good preacher. Lost, a bird pup, ten months old, male English Burkshire hog. Fee white and brown spotted. I will ray same, Susie Hadley has got a hen , Q"9"6"99$S"$3"8Q"& $ 68"fr408"fr$4S$ Lady New Moddels in American Corsets som by V. L. WALKER. LvmMli'' few vk - w- a a fire-pro- ell-to-d- o money-makin- ' experi-oiu-i'YC- U hs'tid-oi'ie- ly illu-tr.iti- 'd 2'j-pa:r- e -- I e - - - Wlde-ana- ke I j 1 a-fi- iMHPiiiP m wmwmmmwi 1912 Season 1912 BLACK DIAMOND, No- - 3610 JfCf 25-2- - Attention! Post This your opportunity upvwith the . f' 2t year and till 'you want V addressana St Hf The News, This Great Jennet Jack is a great Jack :n size, quality and breeding ' full 16 hands standard measure, will weigh 1150 pounds, black with white, points Was sired by 16 hand registered Jacks on both sides. He will serve mares t $10 to insure a living foal. No Jennets bred till June 15. Jennets breel on same: terms as mares Pasture for Jennets after lune 15. SI per 'month. . .. s mmmmwmwm m mmmmmwm Geo. Y. Thompson, Centre, Ky. 'Metcalfe County, Ky. ) ri- - , r' the AdaikcOuKty news V The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Afro has its attractions no less than properties thatrstrengthen the stomach, "youth in a more serene and quieter life. liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup elderly peoBut it is this very life of rest without Pepsin, which thousands of of all other the exclusion it sufficient exercise that brings with in- ple use, toTrustworthy people like A. B. remedies. those disorders that arise from activity. Chief of these are a chronic, Tigrett. Oaklawn Farm, Newbern, Tenn.," and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in say they take it at regular inter this way, with accompanying symptoms Tai'n and 41 $SS of belching, drowsiness after eating, headaches and 'general lassitude. Fre- have not in years felt as pood as they quently there is difficulty of digesting do now. You will do well to always even light food. Much mental trouble have a bottle of it in the house. It is ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable good for all the family. remedy. First of all the advice may be Anyone wishing to make a trial of this driven that elderly people should not use before buying it in the regular salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters remedy a druggist at fifty cents or one wav of or any of the more violent purgatives. (family size) can large "What they need, women as well as men, dollar a asample bottle sent to the homo bottle have js a mild laxative tonic, one that is free of charge by simply addressing Dr. pleasant to take and yet acts without W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., griping. The remedy that fills all these re- Monticello, 111. Your name and address quirements, and has in addition tomic on a postal card will do. A '1 Farm Notes. LOCUST - GROVE - STOCK - FARM Drown the rats and mice. Silage-i- s PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. T had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by -- convenient for feed- BtAnLtmS ing. The silo helps dispose of the hired man problem. Keep the stables clean well ventillated, lighted and- - drained. , A warm, dry nest is tne nest place you can provide for the brood sow. . 'I 4.' DR. KING'S Hew Biseovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. AND 4 50c S1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50, Courier-Journ- al j Woodson Lewis The great Green River Merchan- H H dise Distributor, has just Received 'a 1 Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- ing, Shoes &c. H k Which he is offering at Popular prices. 50 Suits carried over 15 at one Third off. .25 Sugar 3 i5 --S lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for s Best Pattent Flour per bbl Second Pat. - - 4.75 4.25 is ; ; 2 ES 3 rS 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 yotfwill always know wfyat you bought. I Milk fever, is invariably confined to the improved and high producing cows. Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at o The silage that is left in my Barn. will come handy before the summer is over. RAVEN BIRD Do not permit your, chicks to Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by go into the cold, wet grass in the Cabell's Lexington 3234, bv Gist's Black Hawk. early mornings. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by By Judicious planting a fine Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldsupply of onions may be secured well's Denmark, he byjKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Nat Brown 81. sit throughout the season. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 6 Rub off the water spouts of a years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head tree as soon as they appear. You and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and can do it with your fingers. A 10 rooster is generally the most .perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most cheaper than a $2 one. The attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has good blood will tell the second for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as year, many show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces Pigs that are apt to have on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen j "differences of opinion" should to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven l be separated. Fighting takes off breeder, and we have every reason to believehimself an excellent that, if he is given flesh. an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worjj Oyster shell is absolutely the thy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. g food for the best ' Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. Keep it before them conhens. Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by stantly. Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. Don't plant any flowers in 1st dam Louise Cabell 590O by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam straight rows except hollyhocks Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. or sunflowers, or plants for bor- 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 15J hands high. You ders. 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 as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har More About the School Law. ; ness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place B Editor News: him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horsHaving read from time to time es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to inall of the letters in the "News" sure a living colt. the-si-lshell-makin- I C. D. f Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY &a Special Attnetin to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fairprices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Afon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. ON BURKSVILLE Joseph Jamstown, H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice m this and adjoining counties. : Kentucky, Why E Not Read The Slave a Full Stock of from various readers, commenting on thecommon schools of Ky. , and the much needed improved compulsory school attendance law, I thought I would give my opinion on the subject, although it may not meet the approval of any; but I think it better, however, than any expressed by any of the other writers. I have been a teacher in the Marion Marion is a black Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and fool, good head and ears. He has lots of substance) in fact he has all of the desirable features s of a Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in first-clas- Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, I believe the time fast approach ing when we will have a much extended compulsory school law as suggested by some of the writers; and trust that the time ARE YOU WITH ME? is near that we can welcome such a law. The enactment of such a . Satisfaction law now would be immature, unless preceded by laws providing for certain other reforms. Some of our school houses are JE: 5 not comfortable either in sum-r- r mer or winter, being poorly -'- lighted, heated, ventilated and 1GREEJSSBURG, KY. S Sr not enough seating capacity. T ' Our public roads (which the !5 ifinHnnimmnHrtmimnmmm mn!mt!imimHmtmnmls!children have to trae') are us- . ,ually in bad condition. For a . short time their attendance is Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. 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. common schools of Russell Co. , All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be Kentucky for the last four years. taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible Thg Adfijr CoillltV NfcWS J I believe I have had reasonably should any occur. good success, and have been a orid the A. S. CHEWNING, Columbia, Kentucky, j close observer as to the needs of I j ' the pupils. Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS , . i J heine- few brid crestj and back of t j all of this are the many indigent Courier-Journ- al Both one $4.0.0 children who will have to be davllooked after more closely. Un- We fear many good housewives more to each other on that Wl11 eliminate all make'aseriousmistakeingivingthanonany other' A day of hl laws that uplift . and delight it ought to be these obstacles are passed and too much time to Sunday cooking. made m every home. enforced, the proposed compul- .. f , , . . . Others, perhaps, are equally mi . ff ciicjiaciiuo itw will Hnn'h hp fsiirnriRprl if vnn Vavo uii - axjLJ on 1 jwv. ..utv. error by overwoiking on Satur- tack of rheumatism this 'spring. Just be a failure (as the present'one day, so that they cannot properly rub the affected parts freely with Has been). enjoy the Lord's day. Chamberlain's Liniment and it will rest or .1 think for any one to contend soon disappear. Sold by Paul I Drug Parents and children ought to be i Co fora compulsory school law for - The Adair f.nnntv News and nailviprevented byhfghwaterthere J year . i '-"-'1 v- i Cut cold boiled potatoes into Courier-Journ- al cubes or slice them moderately thick. Chop a little onion and mingle with the potatoes. Ai Both One Year nice boiled salad dressing is pre-- 1 pared by heating a half cup of vinegar with an even tablespoon-- , For $1.50 f ul of sugar and a pat of butter. Mix thoroughly half teaspoonful of salt, half teaspoonful of pep- - j We can also give liberal per,a pinch of mustard (ground) combination rate with Daily a teaspoonful of corn starch and or Sunday Courier Journal the ylk f an egg. Beat the In education. Write Couner-JoUrn- al Com-t- y I believe Kentucky has a pret- - hot liquor gradually into this and simmer until thick. Stirin'pany, Louisville, Ky., fo? d reasonable and set of teachers, willing to per- - a little cold water. Whip the free sample copy of edition .,.... ., j .r..iGii u,. white of the egg in a stiff froth. VOU . . ,DUt. .fie lorm tneir aucy nu xu desire, SUTe tc 'and when the mixture has cooled. promises. I believe the Koof. VOUT SUbSCrmtinTJ nrAay txnfh an orrfrTOnr& Kaof .'nfn k .u usoumiuii, mc Send .,. TYTjlra 6t r ii.; J , we uu uu uuw ?d nnS white Incorporate thoroughly to this paper ISTQ' to the v our work interesting and secure ( and Qn Courier Journal. Both the immediate and mediate , ion. Trim with slices of of the pupils. I also stand boiled egg and parsley. Puts End To. Dad Habit. , for better schoolhouse, and bet A daily record should be kept Things never look bright to one with ter salaries, etc., for the compulof each cow in the stable. In a "the blues," Ten to one the trouble is' sory school law also, when we year's time a dairyman will a sluggish liver, filling the system witlr bilious poison, that Dr. King's New are ready to receive it. know by practicardemonstration Life Pills would expel. Try them. Let what cows are paying him and the Joyy of better feelings end J, E. Dalton. "the. that those are not. bluee." Beet, for staraach., liv,.,i.. Creelsboro. . . . ...jl, l kidney. 2Cc PjwU Jkvg Co.- j -- the rural districts of Kentucky would be imposing a great injustice upon the children of the rural and mountain district. We understand that Germany and other countries with their compulsory laws are successful, but we also note that the educational advantages are better there than in Kentucky. Germany be- ing a very old and .wealthy coun- try, it is not supposed that Ken tucky( which is jusca litMe over a century old) can cope with her Potato Salad. Weekly j j j 1 f fair-minde- , ' i- - i i hard-interes- ts 1 -- -- . .Kv-- IT THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pellyton. " "" M 'I ? WebbX Roads. " Z" 3 The high'water last week wash! ed away much of .the fencing and the farmer's are very busy fencHappy the girl, or woman, who has. never suffered from ing. ,any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a Dr. Gabbert, Joe Coffey and sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful Jasper Doss attended Fiscal Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments.! Court last week: It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable.' Mr. Ed Bradshaw, the popular gone. i uaa uccii in 'successiui use ior more man ou yean. It salesman for the Cumberland has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. Mrs. Julian Long visited Miss Grocery Co., was here one day1 Idell Simms one day last week. last week. Mr. Lucien Moore, a stock Rev. Henry Craig was visiting trader, of Montpelier, was in Jacob Rich here Friday. this community one day last Walker Absher, James B. Pow-el- l, week. Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn.,' says, "I think Oliver Barnett, W. . and there Is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it' Mrs. Chris Kernes is the champ with the very best results. I had backache and nearly Oscar Sinclair attended the Reion chicken raiser and exporter, everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. publican Convention at Columof our community. She sold 102 Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall bia Saturday. always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I for $50. There was an Easter egg hunt can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, at Mr. J. T. Lemmons, a large worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. crowd of young folks and childKentucky Fair Dates, Special tostracttons, and chocolate candy for ren. A box of book. "Heme Treatment lor Women," seat free. J 56 was offered to the one who should -- Harrodsburg July find the golden egg. Miss Etwol 2. Lemmon was the lucky finder. jr Looks Like a Crime Office 'Phone 40- Res. Phone 29. Mt. Sterling July All who were present had a very separate a boy from a box of BuckTo Georgetown July 3. leys Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils, enjoyable time. Dr. James Triplett Berea Fair August scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises Mr. Jake Rich sold a nice yearVersailles August demand it, and its quick relief for burns, Dentist. ling colt to Mr. J. J. Coffey for scalds or cuts is his rights Keep it Mt. Vernon August $60. handy for boys, also girls. Heals evVanceburg August JEFFRIES BLOCK erything healable and does it quick. W.S.Sinclair will attended the Litchfield August Unequal ed tor piles Only 25 cents at COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 Republican Convention at LouisPaull Drug Co. Brodhead August ville last week. Lawrenceburg August Shepherdsville August 3 Pickett. Hardinsburg August Columbia August Esquire Geo W. Pickettattend-e- b Fulton August fiscal court at Columbia London August 26 INCHES HIGH AT 11 CENTS PER ROD W. G. Pickett, of this place, Franklin August We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG P&OOF FENCE a long and G. W. Whitlock, of Frye, Barbourville Fair September s our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights wer"e in Cincinnati buying goods and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences last week. Bowling Green September SBINCH Boss Pickett, who has been ,. t .somen 1W sick is able to be out again. Tompkinsvllle-Septem- ber 47, ich Kemp was on the sick W. H. Sanders September Monticello September list last week. Newport September Sam Dudley was in Cofombk Horse Cave September on business last week. Morgantown September ' Felix Pickett has m'efted to our community that have with stood the cares of many winters, and hid fair for a few more yet to come. They are Aunt Sarah Clayton and Aunt Nancy Mc- Farland. These ladies are auite interesting conversationalist and can tell many stories and incidents that transpired in their girlhood and in days past and Wheat part. Is looking fine in this THE Our merchant, John Webb, made a business trip to Louisville last week. L. R. Foley traded his family horse for a very old faithful mule for his wife's use. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith and family of this place attended the golden wedding near Font Hill, and said to have enjoyed the day "fine. Mr. Joe Lucus of this place has his house almost complete. Mrs. J.A.Webb is able to be in Mr. LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 Cardui ut Th BRIGHTER, BETTER,! BIGGER THAN EVER ' THEiREGULARiPRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the store again. Mr. N. E. Weir is on the sick IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDEk list at this writing. Quite a lot of the R. S. A. students, accompanied Miss Hat-.ti- e S. Jessee and Mr. Clemie Weir to their home last YOU WILL SEND M-pa- se TO US, YOU CAN GET 30-Aug- ust THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1--3. Those Who I Go Down To The Sea AND 7-- 9. In Ships." 7-- 9. THE LOliiSVILEE 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. 20-2- ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE 20-2- 2, 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. ; 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1. 4-- 6. , f&1ft3-a-iMt&iprrtt- s 4-- 7. 77T7TTiiW 4-- 7. 3-- 6, 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. 19-2- 1. this place from Mell". Lexington October 912. ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) HSDE Our little creek wasnigher oris ax HEIGHTS mMx Mayfield October night last week than it lias been Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. for a long time It hashed away Glensfork. ; water gates and f end'es and did 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. a lot of damage to bottom land. There are lots of tobacco plants Louisville, Ky. Mr. Z. L. Samuels, who has nSwUa in this section at present,' and if been quite sicfc for some time, is Pellyton. songe is completed, which add nothing happens there will be a improving. very much to the appearance and lot of the weed put out this time. Taylor and Puitia'm,,s State r makes it one of the most desirdresser is running full' fjfme'fiM. Owensby. 'Mrs. Fannie Blackford's little able homes in our tdvCrf. fdtmcrht&r. T.nis wlin lios Wn W. R. Taylor, eW Hustling Pierc were Since w'hVv'&had a few spring poultry sick wkh malarial fever, is bet- -' ffd Sister dealer, is ddmVVfine is verr Sood at Present- days, the farmers are very busy business this spring. The dUftfltef to iU Titanic k 'ter. vfhP'? tn tha Iinma nf TVT' TV., Wh rh G. L. 'Perryman is delivering Voils on last Tuesday t'o' eatf Tur- preparing fbi' their" crops. ?. Dr. Wm. Blair's condition to his room for key. in the Wstory of maritime' affaii'Si Owing to reSerit rains the not improve. "nursery stock this week. Mr. J ft : Goff, Columbia1,- - ti?ss streams were highsV in this part has there been such a cataclysm, som file with lagrippe is. able Z. T. Peiley bought a farm It is reported that two of Mrs. Is there any lesson ifl thV disas-- l o be oufc agin.' than for quite a while. They Lena ffrom Joe .Fitch on Barnett's in our town Thursday. Miller's children and one Dr. Combest has returned' fr'dltt1 did considerable damage by wash- Wore 1,800 souls sacrificed' Miss Anna Sharp who has creek, for$4G0. of J. C. Miller's children have ter? ing out fencing.foot-bridge- s. W. E. Cundiflc has moved his a trip to Louisville. because of modern demands for been visiting her aunt, Mrs. etc. spinal meningitis. ' Bro Piercv gave a very ih-- speed and uick transact across Ltfcy Wheat.7 for the past few saw mill to Henry Workman's. Mr, 0mra Wolford wi- f- d Miss; Carry Vaugnar? and a teresting lecture Sunday riigKt the Atlantic' Was it due to the weeks' returned to her home last Iitwe son Edwm Murray, visited ,, Mr. Sturgill was here this t..-- . j uie tin ma luui aiuunu .i worm. y imasocory, students at tli'er L. W. size of the great vessel which, Saturday. ' week calling on cur merchants. Bro. Hogard' P. E. spent lastl at Sswellton, Saturday night aridfT s.were vigfting afc W. according to reports had fifouble SUridfey. The Easter' egg hunt at Mr. About fifty families of North Sunday with Bro. Piercy.' Vaughan's "Saturday and'Stlttday. m Europe-- , Robert in leaving' her berth MrV and IVira. L. 'C. Blair , ,. Carolina, have bought land and ,., ,1.0 rxr uiavcuajoonouuuajf, was " S st?rvice acr03 th6 largely attended and enjoyed by ;e that m' Is an f xPre Judge McDowell Appointed. boughftff arm known as the old ... settled near the head of Barrett's Surely air present. who. haeen aii'ii Atlantic a neeees.sity? Uncle J6feLapsIey farm, from creek. 'Judge Charles R. McDowell,of more tha " Mrsmerine Collins, of Dallas, Rev. W. H. Lemmons filled Danville, has been appointed at" iraProvea in'. Che loss of 24 hour time, or even ' .... Texas iorsw. his regular appointment at the Singing? at Oak Grove last ,, J . .health. torney for the Insurance ComT ". Chapel last Sunday. ,;weeii b uine. The Farmers- Woolen Mill, of Sunday'. mission under the provision of Dock Grant bought Tom u ior tne aisaater is nub jret .:n uc : uper t Mr. Oscar Sinclair made a trip the new act creating the com- ncai uoiucoiuwi;y wiii ill lev's property and is now a citi khtotvn, but certainly the nations! The party at Mrs. Vernon atiort and ready to serve the pubto Campbellsville this week. mission. Mr. McDowell will rezen of this place. . shbUJS take steps to prevent its AYheats last Friday night given lic 'by the middleof April. Mr. Several ladies from this place present the commission at a in honor of Miss Anna Sharp, was Mrs. William Wheat has been' recurrence. Cin. f Enquier. have visited Miss Gertie Murray hearing in Cincinnati tomorrow Reese", its owner and proprietor, quite sick iiargeiy attended, and enjoyed by days. is a hustling, energetic and .at Edith, who isiin the millinery on the motion 'for a temporary all present. Miss Pearl Hindman, our inmost a Miracle. I business man taking business junction restraining the commiscounty school superintendent, Mr.- Clyde JotfeS bought from One' of thV most startling changes sion from fixing rates for fire in- great in pleasure1 and accomodawas out here a few days ago and ever seenin"any man, according to W. W. A: Wheat one sow and pigs Russell Springs. surance in Kentucky. The in ting his customers and friends. located a site for our much need- B Holsclaw Clarendon, Tex , was ef-- for $g. Mr. Emmit Lewis and wife, fect-years agonic his brother. "He w surance companies are making a ed schoolhouse. Edwin Winfrey reached home Mr. George Grant and. Mr. Sam uau outu a, uicduiui tuugii, im writes, fight against the law.j Judge of Albany, were visiting the Wednesday from Berea. j "that all our family thought he was Whited left for Indiana a few parents, Mr. and Mrs. RobMcDowell and Judge Jas. Gar-nets going into consumption-- but he began " You w.M look a good while before you Mrs. Ida Payne is very much t0 use Dr. King's New Discovery, and days ago. Luck to you boys. Attorney General, will re- ert Murray last Sunday. Mrs. find a better medicine for cocghs and was completely cured4 by ten bottles. improved since our last writing. . present the State in the litiga- Lewis will remain several1 days. colds than Chamberlain's Cough Reme- - "Nw ne is sound and well and weighs Dr. Elan Harris who spent a tion. Mr. McDowell declined Mr. Sam Aaron sold ".a "young dy. It not only gives relies it cures. 218 pounds. For many years our family . Feeding cattle gives not only a few days vocation at home has the appointment as first assist- jack to Mr. Ed Lawlless for $2255 Try it when you have a cough orcol(?r .has used this wonderful remedy for profit on the feea" produced on. safe and you are certain to be pleased with Coughs and Colds." returned to Louisville: reliableand guaranteed. Price 50 cents the farm, but it supplies the farm ant General Gar-net- t. There are two old lady octobA the prompt cure which it wlll'effdctl. and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Paull with manure which is greatly deThe painting on the' new par- i enarians, the oldest persons 'in Fo sale by Paull Drug Co. Drug Co. sired in progressive farming;. frssSnm&j&qnefi'iitt IN. 9"-i- 2. , DEHLER BROS., J i Jf' The lure of the sea has fasciTIMES nated men through all history. Increasing population, depletion BOTH ONE YEAR of home resorces, the love of ad- '.venture and the quest for wealth FOR ONLY in strange lands have led man through all time to traverse not THE LOUISVILLE TIMES alone the mountains and valleys. but also to thread the devious fche best af ternoon paper prin- ' ted anywhere. passage of the sea. In the dawn of history, nothHas the best corps of corres ing daunted by the terrors of the elements, the destroying winds pondents. and mountainous waves, he VenCovers the Kentucky field pertured upon the sea In the most fectly. fragile of boats and with the Covers the general news field crudest methods of propulsion. It was only a little, over 400 years completely. ago, after much evolution in ves- Has the best and fullest mar sel building and the adoption of ' the sail, that there were those kets reports. who were hardly enough to at- DEMOCRATIC in politics, but tempt a voyage into the unknown j aip tQ eveiybody4 f wmen resunea in ine nrsc trans- atlantic crossing since that day SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP-T10the science of ship building has advanced by strides and" bounds, RIGHT AWAY and the seas of the gl6oe are' threaded by countless vessels; Tarter. tourists bearifig merchandise and between ail points and tbrocgh The health of this community all seas.- $4.50. I N - t 1 dcbl11 . l J'J I r I ! S"' J , , At-wod- ds J nels fe. ! c, - . . nw "" uuw-iuwa- ifi ! " for-sever- up-to-d- ate - ( lat-ter- 's '- t,. , , It's-quic- k, under-Attorne- V . is" J SK T :.a 8 rC THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvillc Edith. I one at Hutchison school house. Let everybody come andbring t)r. L. "RVidnv J. J. vt ""J C. Nell was in Columbia " ' ,,. iJ u00Qrv-- J Xiao UUbUUlviiiUi .-- John, the son of Kinch Jones, their children and lets have a a UU.W cnmo upK good Sunday school. mww h.vri,AAW . MR. PROPERTY . OWNER-St-op! i Mr. Dick Hutchison is putting The Sunday School at Spout a hydralic pump m his spring Dr. S. Simmons is improving Spring is progressing very nice- throwing the water to his dwellat this time. ing and barn. Herchel Breeding and daugh- - ly. ter, of Breeding, were in our The singing at Spout Spring, Mr. John McFarland sold a ter at this writing. Coniider! Why not use the best1 possible when YOU pay the bill? 5 midst last Friday. Hon. James Garnett, Attorney General, of Frankfort, was visiting Mr. Charles Yates r and daughter, last Friday. Guy Nell was at Edmonton last Sunday. Pangburn filled Rev. his regular appointments here last Sunday morning and even.-in- g with very interesting serG. W. mons. Miss Dezzy Phelps, of Jamestown, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Simmons, at tjiis time. Burdick, died Thursday night of HUBBUCK BROS,. & WELLENDORfF consumption. himMr. Joe Murray is putting Mr. Gilbert Abner, of New self up a nice barn, when com- Market, has bought Mr. F. P. The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS pleted will be the best in the Turner, s business Mrs. W. L. Grady was on the will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling at this place. .1 i sick list a few days of last week. neignoornooa. Until recently it was the firm of Floor Coverings of AH Kinds Messrs. Rheu Squires and Turner Bro?. The firm conduct Eugene Nell is visiting ble. Mrs relatives at Edmonton this week. Claraee, the little daughter, pLewis Young of Columbia, were ed a very successful business Have been greally enhanced, More space is devoted in this neighborhood on business during the time. Mr. Abner is of Ed of T. E. Young is very sick. Mrs. W. E. McCanless, to the practical display immense stocks ot of week. recommended a3 being a model Bessie Bottom and brother, last visiting her monton. has been Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums young man, and a good business Ozark. mother. Mrs. W. T. Flowers, for James is visiting her aunt, Sal lie Bottom. awaits his coming. ,the past4wo weeks. A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged f Mr. Reeves and family, and Miss Clara Griffin who has Mr. &d oottom nas been very Gill of-!- the showing of Messrs. Walker and Mr. Luther Maupin and family been teaching in Georgia, will be sick Columbia, were in this section Lace Curtains and Draperies The singing school at Antioch and Miss Lula Bryant, visited at home in a few days. She will last week buying sheep at the Mr. Calvin Maupin and family return in the fall to teach at the begins Monday night. market price. wur old ana new tnends will be delighted to see our same place. last Sunday. Willie Stayton is at work at Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our Messrs. Baker and Morrison, Mr. William Sapp will move to Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hudson big live store. of Columbia, were in this com Short Creek for W. J. Tucker. and children, were guests of the farm he bought from M. L. munity last week looking after! Mrs. J. W. Jones is visiting Mr. Bud and aunt Meekie Mont- Howard on Meadow creek. He & her father Mr. Mm . Harden this hickory timber. has a fine mineral well on it, and gomery last Sunday. Incorporated Quite a number of traveling week. Mr, Jeff White and family he will in all probability open it Miss Ermine Chelf , the daugh522 and 524 West Market St. men were calling on our mervisited at Mr. W. J. Gabbert a up to the .public. ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Chelf few days ago. chants last week. Louisville, Kentucky. was married to Mr. Ben Jones Lander Bryant sold to N. A. DR. N, MUBRELL On the second Sunday in May the son of J. R. Jones, April 10th McKinley three shoats for $13. 50. J there will be an all day singing 1912. Wish them much DEX'L'IST Nl A McKinley has sold two Ol'KICE OVER at Leatherwood church near Nell. Ol FICE IMIOK II) bunches of hogs lately that There will be dinner on the T. !C. Pages ises. Miss Gertrude Murrah is sell- - brought jrround. Everybody invited to him over $700. DRUG STORE week-leaattend and especially those whojin hats at Edith this Mr. Sam Mitchell visited his Irvms Store. Mrs. Lottie Knifley was visit daughter in singing. Wholesale and Retail at this place last Tuesn Mrs. Harrison yesterday. ; day. The past week of nice weather me liiav ouuuaj jli. .u c '. c a r m Mo Mr. Tom Knifiey who moved ' there will be sacramental Mr. Walker Bryant spent two has enabled our farmers to do to his frthers old place in Kent- days at Union church. Our here this week looking after lots of work. ' All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Door.s and Blinds Sunday school work for the year ucky, is net liking much, and business. Wheat, is looking the best we Columbia, Kentucky. up and the school will removs to the West in the will be taken a Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roy visit- have known for a number of u fall. reorganized. Everybody in the ed Joe Wilson and wife Saturday years this early, and meadows community has a special invitanight. are also looking well. Smith Chapel. to be present. On Saturday tion E. F. Cooper bought one heifer Hatcher. firstSunday in May before the of Mr. W. A. Wilson for $30. the members of the Union church The people at this place have The farmers are utilizing the Mr. Enoch Emerson sold an especially are invited to meet at organized a Sunday school, which nice weather at present and the aged horse to Mr. Burcnett of $12.50, $14.00 and $15.00 10 o'clock sharp is progressing nicely. Brd. Phil- indication are that a normal crop Fonthill the church at for 115 and bought a ips is our Supt. will be planted in time for a mare from Mr. Thomas Meece ' for the purpose of doing some reMr. Tom Corbin who has been bountiful garner this year. pairing on the house and well and for same money. yard. In the sick is better. cleaning off the Prospects for a large tobacco acStanley Cooper left yesterday There was a lare crowd attend- reage is very flattering. afternoon at 3 o!clock there will for the moutirof Greasy creek be services conducted by the ed the auction at T. F. Corbin's Wheat is looking unusually good to work. store last Saturday. Pastor, Rev. J. R. Crawford. JORDAN PEACOCK. but the oat crop will be, almost a , Mr. Ed Withers and Miss Pearl Miss Mary Montgomery, of complete failure Fruits of all Williams, were married last SatJordan Peacock, No. 1148 will make the present season at I wanted to say to my old colMcKinney, Lincoln Co. I have placed him in the hands of Mr. kinds will be plentiful from pres- urday. ored friend to wit: , Uncle John Ozark, visited friends and Dick Scudder for this season. near Cane Valley last ent indications. Grady, of Columbia, that if this The little girl of Mr. and Mrs. NOBLE PEACOCK. cold weather continues for a few week. Mr. John Carhort, who has Leo Hatfield died last week. This fine young Stallion will make the season at my barn in Mrs. Bumgarner, of Cane Val- - been sojourning in Indiana for weeks like we have had for the C. A. Hammond of Russell Ky., at the low price of $15.00 to insure a living colt. past few days that there wijl be ley, spent several days of last the past year, returned a few Springs was here last week look- Grady v'lle, Peacock, is of Jordan Peacock, first dam by Artist Jewel, Noble two more added to the list towit: week with friends at this place. days ago and bought a farm near ing for cattle. dam by Cronwell Denmark 73, 3rd, dam by Artist 75. This is one Charles Sparks, of cur city, and Mrs Bettie VVolford has re I here. He is a widower and will Herschel Dunbar, wife and e of the best bred Stallion in Kentucky and is a s Saddle Pendleton, of this commu- turned home after a visit with need a helpmate to complete his been shown severals times and always in the money. If son, visited at Dr. Hammond's horse, has J. F. you want to raisea good colt and one that will bring a good price household. like twelve her son in Columbia. nity. Something last Sunday. bred to Noble. J. F. Campbell bought a pair months ago Uncle John called Born, to the wife of Mr.Aaron' TWO FINE JACKS. Russell Creek. of ' three year old horse mules Lawson a girl. on your reporter and made inMy two fine Jacks will serve mares for $10.00 for a mare from Yancey Sapp, for $375 quiry if he didn't have a very There have been a number of valuable bone yard on his premMr. O. M. .Higgins has been cases of small pox around Font-hil- l. mule and $8.00 for a horse mule, to insure a mare mith foal. Wheat and meadows are lookThey are two of the best Jacks that was ever in Adair ises that he kept for ing fine in this part of the coun- confined to his bed several days It is a very mild form and -- Last year was the first season for Black Diamond and th ; convenience. He at once in- try. with heart trouble. He is 72 will soon die out if those having season for Highway. Their colts sold last fall from $70.00 second formed his old friend that it had' Farmers are very busy turning years oia ana ms recovery is iti and those who have been ex to $125.00. Average $91.83. been a number of years since he the soil and some af e'ready to go doubted. posed will only exercise a little or tnese muies: tienry Parson l for parties cnat any use for a yard of that to planting corn. ihad Mr. W. D. Burdick and son. care about ffoine about. Thev $100.00: P. N. Blades 2 for $250.00: Luther England SR fin. him to discription,' but referred Bro. Joe Turner will preach ab J. W. Burdick and family are should not go about until the Alberfc Brummett 1 for $85.00; Robert O. Keltner 1 for $80.00: C Mr. J. A. '5 Huston Bradsw r $75.00, and Dr. L C. Nell and HinJ.man f?r Hutchison school house the making preparation to move. to! eruption has disappeared, chen 1 for $80.00.,. Diddle, of our city, who could sup- fourth Sunday at 11 o'clock. Louisville to accept position, take 9. bath anoV change clothes. Thes'e are just a few that brought these $nces. I measured ply him bountifully. Uncle John Also Bro. Nelson will preach at Mr.Cary Tyare rented their farm. Thfe.name small pox, 'laTscarry to 46 of Highways colts last fall that was from 3 feet 5 in. to 3 feet alsostated atthe time that he was same' place the first Sunday "eve-- ; Fred Cundiff and family twill lots qf people and- nothing, para-nin- g 9 in. at 7 days old, thsy., averaged 3. feet? .6 in. Now if you want at 3 o'plock.. Bro. Nelson leave for Louisville next week, lyzes business more than; a small mules that bring the must moneyyou, cairget them at my stable working for some fertilizer vCo., , . , flL My Jacks have" the size. Money due if, mares or traded and leave SH out; of Louisville and had a good has, organized two good Sunday Fredwill work. as. motorman on pox. scare. 150, ie$ every body be ' '" - Bespectf ulljr, the neighborhood. careful and therejis no dnnger.of price oh theaw material for schools in. this neighborhood, jra,street car.- - ; - W. L., GRADY. '. ' Mr.) James Carr, who lives near itSTspreading. 11' one at Cycloneschool house and fertiliser. J m. Wednesday night was largely attended. Belle Mings and Fannie Tucker were guests of Miss Minnie Jones last week. TheNjirthday at Mrs. Owen the 25th of last month was largely attended. Owen, the the son of J. H, Tucker, died- April 13th. He was missednot only by the home folks but by many 'friends. The funeral was held at the y grave yard by J. R. Wood-ruHe was a member of the Chaistian church. Charlie, the son of J. H. Tuck- . . er, is very low witn oram trou- Ro-le. span of horse mules to Mr. Foree Hood for $400. Messrs. Bill and George Hood, Deed Smith and Rollin Webb, of this neighborhood left here about a month ago for Illinois, and have all got jobs on a farm and they are getting good wages and write they like the people and country fine. Luck to you boys. Mr. Ben Hancock was in Greensburg last week on busi- Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE 4 "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT h Made to.WeW5 . ' FOR SALE BY THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE " M ness. .i-- 1 j J ! I . V j Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff, ; J, d Sandusky & Co. . ioj ser-vic- es LUMBER ' j i Rubber Tires GOFF BROS. & COFFFY. Gradyvillc Stock Farm. -re- latives j i , . iit-ti- first-clas- ' j . j his-ow- n -- I soia-som- e 1 lfor I !....... - f: i - ' A -i -- . v- N '-- u VJi