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Conover and Miss Lura discourse, last Sunday forenoon, was, "They that go down to the Sea in Smith Married in the Presence Ships, or a Disaster at Sea". The sinking of the Titanic led him to take of Mtny Friends. the above subject. The' church was well filled with hearers, who listened LEFT IMMEDIATELY FOR MONTICELLO. to a very pointed discourse,jthe speaker drawing two pictures, the disaster which recently occurred, and the voyage at sea when Paul offered prayer Last Wednesday morning, the twenty-fofor the protection of all on board, all urth of April, 1912, was almost being saved. The lesson he drew from Eden like. The sun rose gloriously the two scenes was pathetic, thrilling, upon the earth clad in grasses green arid one that will not soon be forgotten. beautiful flowers ot spring, the trees He praised the heroism displayed by in bloom were filled with carrolling the men on the Titanic, but strongly birds and all nature was glad. An ideal disapproved of the action of some of morn for a sweet bride's day. It officers. might have been such a day when the the At the evening service Rev. Crawfirst pair in the garden of Eden began ford took his congregation through life together, It is sure that two hearts Egypt, using pictures to illustrate his in our little city beat as joyously and lecture. Before beginning the lecture hopefully and were as full of love as illus"Where is my Boy were the hearts of the first bride and trated, was sung touchingly by several groom. young ladies. The doors of the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Green Bell Smith, were opened to many guests who had been The Demonds of the Swgmp bidden to the marriage of their only are mosquitos. As they sting they put daughter, Miss Lura; and Dr. Peter deadly malaria germs in the blood. Conover, formerly one of "our boys" Then follow the icy chills and the fires but now a successful practicioner of of fever. The appetite flies and the Dentistry in Monticello, Ky. strength fails; also malaria often paves At half past nine Miss Alice Walker the way for deadly typhoid. But Elecrendered, in her usual excellent style tric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria of interpreting a Nocturne, from Mid- germs from the blood; give you a fine Then the appetite and renew your strength. summer Night's Dream. strains of that favorite, Mendelssohn's "After long suffering, , wrote. Wm Wedding March and the patter of Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "three childish feet were heard on the stairs bottles drove all the malaria from my and two little fairies, dressed in white, system, and I've had good health ever Frances Russell and Lucile Winfrey, since." Best of all stomach, liver and stepped gracefully to the music bearing kidney ills. 50 cts at Paul Drug Co. pink ribbons and took their places on either side of a bank of ferns and lilacs. Then followed Rev. Weldon of the Announcements fo L. W. T. S. Methodist church, then the brother of Commencement. the groom, Mr. Ray Conover, dressed in conyentional black with Miss Mary Cartwright in a very becoming gown of Field Day Friday, May the 10th.. tan shantung silk witn lace and pink Junior Recital Monday, May 13th. buds and hat and gloves to match. Piano Recital Thursday evening, These waited a moment for the bride May 16th. Musical Friday evening, May 17th. and groom. The bride not a whit less beautiful, because she was a bride, and An Evening of Plays Saturday evenmost modest and attractive in her ing, May 18th. traveling suit of dark tan with hat and Commencement Sermon Sunday, gloves to match. The groom was at May 19th. his best in conventional morning suit Graduating Exercises Monday, May To-night- ," PICKS A TREE, To Be Planted on Capitol Grounds-Muc- h REPORT OF THE CONDITION 6769. Delinquent List. Geo Johnson DISTRICT NO 6. WHITES j OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J H Barnett Jno W Burton The following is a list of delinquent of Adair count, as returned J H Bryant M C Bryant be .the sheriff for year 1911: tax-paye- rs DISTRICT NO. 1, WHITES. J R Coffey Interest Being Shown. AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE E K Bottom OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE J R Clements Welby Ford OF BUSINESS APRIL 18, 1912. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecur ed U. S. Bonds to secure circulation Other Bonds to Secure Postal 99 520 03 1 034 92 25 000 00 G W Carmon Jas Crawhorn J A Hatcher Robet Morris Ulis Short Oscar Carter C A Edrington H J Edrington J O Hancock S L Murrell COLORED Adair, the home county of Judge James Garnett, Attorney General, has selected a sugar maple from the farm of John Blair and e committee will bring it to Frankfort next fall to plant it on the Capitol grounds as a memorial to Adair county. Judge Garnett was the originator of the plan to have each county in the State plant one tree on the Capitol grounds, and has received letters from many counties notifying him that the counties will be glad to take part in the ceremonies here next fall. Each of the 120 counties is expected to plant a tree and the custodian will select 120 locations for trees, in the rear and to the side of the building. Much interest is being shown all over the State in the tree planting. Frankfort News Journ al. Nat Brown. This fine combined saddle and harness stallion will make the present season at my stable 1$ miles south of Milltown at $10 to insure a living colt He is a grand son of old Nat Brown and out of an English draft mare. He is unexcelled in disposition, being, so kind and gentle that any lady or child can ride or drive him with perfect safety. If you want to breed to the best don't fail to see this horse. At the same place I will stand Jack Chinn, 'one of the best known Jacks in Adair county. Fee $6.00 J. C. Browning. 22-6t Lenard Mullinix Tom Rich Jno Richardson GW Tarter W T Wettiington Savings 2 012 TO Bonds, securities, etc 223 9S Bert Warren Jno Wood COLORED. M E Crow L M Dunn Creed Shivley Banking house, furniture, and fixtures Due from National Banks (not reserved agents) Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers. Trust Companies and Savings Banks Due from approved reserve 3 00 5 0M Nelson Fitchpatrlck Tom Miller R Bennett Flzy Bailey H L Bryant Jno Beard W F Bum's CW J 49 712 SS 411 47 1 483 183 01 C1S- C White, DISTRICT NO 2, WHITES. J DISTRICT NO 7, WHITES. agents Checks and other cash items.... Notes of other National Banks Fractional paper currency.nick- els, and cents Lawful money reserved in bank, 9 viz: Specie Legal-tend- P B Geo Acree M Bryant Burton Burriss Harrison Burton BF Bybee Harrison Crawhorn Geo Cook 11 448 00 1 notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per eent. of cirer 800 culation) 1250 2T.0 303 00 Bryant Jno Bryant M O Bennett W G Burriss Robt Carter WO Robt Coffey Ray Crawhorn H J Compton S A Denney Robt Franklin W R Garlin Geo H Hammon Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, ess expenses 29 25 000 00 20 300 00 00 23 24 400 00 463 45 and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Due to other National Banks Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers Dividends unpaid Individual check Total deposit-- , subject to 13S 320 11 ID 93 Postal Savings Deposits , ) S200 303 29 State of Kentucky, County of Adair J I. E. II. Hughes. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly bwear that the above Frank Tarter statements true to the best of my knowledge J N Xaughan E. H. IIccnES. Cashier. Harrison Watson and belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23th COLORED. day of April 1912. ss: Oris Dickerson J P Eads Bozzy Caskin Jno Kiney E Leach J A Long Willie McElroy J C Neal J A Powell Jo Rooks Geo Sims J W Shaw Tom Swanson J H Smiley Hard Stargle J C Snow Jasper Janes C A Marcum Nat Murrell W S McGaha A B Richards A J Richards J M Rigney G A Summers LG Sneed W E Taylor Haskin Taylor COLOREB Eugene Beauchamp Henry Banker Harrison Bradshaw Sylvester Beauchamp J L Dav.s Jno Frazier S I Garnett GA For Sale: A Location; Fine Business. Good G. P. Smyth e. N. P. A. Expires, Jan. 24, 1914. Bob McWhorter W F McWhorter DISTRICT NO 3, WHITES. Correct Attest: Desiring to retire from 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. Co-bur- Murray James l Beard Director J. F. MoNTfiOMKitY, Director. John D. Lowe. Director. Both bride and groom stood happily but seriously before the minister, who after the order of the Methodist service listened to their vows and pronounced them husband and wife. Miss Walker accompanied softly with the selection "Traumeri" the ceremony. Gravel the Public Square. Attention of the Fiscal Court is called to the condition of the public square in the town of Columbia. In 1864 the square was graveled, all over, about eight inches deep, and since that time it has been regraveled n spots, but it now needs to be remetaled. In some places the gravel is all gone, and there arc many washouts In fact, the gravel is so fastly disappearing that in a few years, if something is not done, the square will be like a dirt road, in rainy weather. The Court should make an appropriation for either crushed rock or gravel, and the square, which belongs to the county, not the town of Columbia, again put in good condition. 20th. After the prayer Mis3 Walker render- ed Lohegrin's Wedding March and Mr. and Mrs. Conover went immediately to the carriage in waiting and after conof gratulations and cherry good-bye- s friends they drove away to their new home in Monticello where the best wishes of all who know them follow. The bride received many useful and beautiful presents of china, glass and silver with rugs and linens. The parlors were pretty with the springtime decorations and their lighting with many bright tapers. The writer of this sketch wishes that the beautiful wedding morn might be a typical one of all their mornings. A Guest. In His Eightieth Year. Last Sunday week Dr. U. L. Taylor years of this place, was seventy-nin- e old. He is hale and hearty, and has been a teacher in the Sunday School for many years. The morning of his birthday he rendesed a solo before the school, "Oh, Let me Anchor Beyond the Dark Sea." In one of Eld. Z, T. Williams' recent letters, and while speaking of Dr. R.A. Jones, he stated that the doctor was ' manufacturing soap presses and selling them for S15. It should have been fifteen hundred dollars. Mr. Williams gave the correct figures, the mistake being made by the compositor in the office. Capt. Dan Schroes. of the Salvation Array, headquarters at Louisville, visited Golumbia last week, soliciting funds to aid the branch at Louisville in its work. He informed the News that he met with very good success, and that he was well pleased with his visit to this place. He plays a cornet beautifully, and accompanied the organ at the services at the Methodist church Sunday. He also visited the two schools here at chapel exercises, asWomen Vote in County Race. sisting in the music. He made a very interesting talk on the square Tuesday evening, explaining the work in which If the generally accepted construche is engaged. A liberal contribution tion placed on the newwoman's school was given. He made a very favorable suffrage act proves correct, women impression here. will for the first time in Kentucky vote, at the regular - election for county There will be the monthly meeting at offices in 1913, in which they will have the Hancock Hotel parlor next Satur- the privilege of voting for County day, the 4th of May, of the cemetery School Superintendent. Women have association. The members are urged for years been eligible to this office to attend, as there is very important and quite a number of Kentucky counbusiness on hand. The asociation is ties have women for School Superinthinking of building a large tank for tendents. It is believed that the new the use of the cemetery, for the pur- law, if it applies to this office, will have pose of watering flowers, sod, etc. a tendency to make women School SuThey also intend to decide on a name perintendents the rule rather than the for it, and would like to hear the opin- exception, for if the women support ion of every one interested. This ib one of their sex it would practically also the last call for the $1 contract for make her selection certain The womkeeping lots in order for one year. Af- en will vote on a separate ballot. ter this the lots will be only roughly Do your spring cleaning with a mowed or the sexton will be called on for extra work to pay, the association Pneumatic Cleaner 31.00 per day. having nothing further to do with it. Reed Hardware Co. The officers are especially requested to 26-be on hand. 3 o'clock is the hour. 2t er. This 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. L Bennett Grover Cape L W Cape Oliver Cape P B Cunkin Luther Dudley Eli Jones Finis Loyd Eugene Morrison Jo Morrison Jo Morgan J Geo Page Garfield Page Jas H Smith Jo Wheat Martin Walker Porter Walker DISTRICT NO 7A WHITES Will Young COLORED - No'an Petty S B Spoon " , x . Jim Shearer COLORED W M Moore Dave Taylor Will Taylor DISTRICT NO 4, WHITES. Sam Beard State of Kentucky j . County of Adair ( aCt I, Walker Bryant, Clerk of the Adair County Court, certify that the foregoing is a true and correct list of the names sf all Delinquent in Adair County Kentucky, as returned by A. D. Patteson, Sheriff, of Adair CounTax-paye- rs ty, for the year 1911. L C Bragg S J Brock Quarterly Meetings. Quarterly meetings will be held at Thurlow, Mt. Lebanon, Saturday and Sunday May 4 and o. Greensburg, May 5 and 6. Greensburg Circuit, Taylor's Chapel, May 11th and 12th. Mannsville, Mt. Zion, 18th and 19th of May. Campbellsville Station. Campbellsville, 19th and 20th of May. Campbellsville Circuit. Miller's Chap, el, May 22nd. Gradyville, Pleasant Ridge, May 24th- Cane Valley, Clear Spring, May 25th and 26th. Columbia, 26th and 27th of May Hyden Coomer Bilhe Coomer Kay Coomer H C Coomer M E Compton Jas G Campbell E B England Ed Esters G W Franklin F M Franklin Geo Franklin WitnessWiy hand this April 25, 1912. Walker Bryant, Clerk by L. O. Taylor, D. C. Try our Pneumatic Cleaner $1.00 Reed Hardware Co. per day. Mr. LuKe Morris Deal 12 Last Sunday morning between i Virgil Fields U S T Garman C E Gilpin P J Huddleston W B Hill T F Janes FC Janes H B Janes W D Jesse J W Janes Wm Janes J S Moore j V McGinnis i V Nelson J R Roe Jr I if You Need Horseshoe Brand Fertilizer. Hoosier Corn Drills, Cultivators, Harrows 14 and 50 tooth, I have a red shorthorn bull, a good one, at my farm. One dollar at the gate to insure. Also a thoroughbred mala English Burkshire hog. Fee same. A. B Corbin. 25-3- Adren Fence, McCormick Di3k Harrows Milwaukee Machine Farm Rakes, Wagons. Call on, C. R Huthison. t 25-- 3t - Now is the time to have your Rubber tires put on. I have fresh rubber, tnade this year, prices lower than ever and am prepared to paint 'Buggies, also call and get prices and see my work. 24-- 8t Who Preaches Next Sunday. Union, Bev. J. R. Crawford. Cane Valley, Eld. Z. T. Williams. Columbia, Rev. D. H. Howerton. Columbia, Rev. Paul W. Moss. 2?. F. Eubank. base ball team The Lindsey-Wilsowill leave here Thursday on a tdur. They stop and play Campbellsville, from there they go to Moreland Station, play Middlehurg, and,irom thence n- Last Thursday was Squire John Eubank's 82 birthday. lie wa3 met by a Newsman who asked how lie would celebrate.the event, "I doa't know," said the Squire; "but I guess I'll chaw to Danville. on.' Capt. Dan Schroes, of the Salvation S L Reece Army, who spent three days in Colum- J R Roe bia last week, said before leaving: J W Scott Passengers on the mixed train leavthis is the cleanest nicest inland town H T Sherrill ing Lebanon for Greensburg at 10:50 I have visited in Kentucky and I have A T Sneed o'clock Wednesday morning, were badly 'been in quite a number." He'further J F Stotts collison. A said the largest contribution he had re-- , Elbert Stenson shaken up by a rear-encar of cinders was left on the main ceived from Kentucky towns, the size A J Stotts track on the Calvary grade, and when of this place, came from the people of Jas Sweeden the train had proceeded a short distance Columbia. He aked that his grateful Chas Scott the engineer saw the car following thanks be returned to the residents of J F Turner them at a terrific speed. He put on all the town for their very kind treatment. J W Williams H C Wilson mile steam and got up a twenty-fiv- e Alvin Wilson ' gait when the crash came and demolDr. U L Taylor, who is the county J W Whithead of the coacb and ished the rear-en- d broke out a few windows. Some of health officer, has notified the residents Elzy Wilson the passengers were limping around i of Columbia of the necessity of putting- Dill vvimauia when the train reached Campbellsville their premisis in a good samtory condi , Henry Baker COLORED. but none were seriously injured Mr. tion. and the notice should be obeyed. , Now is the time to clean up. Do not j Geo Hughes on Walter Hill was injured about the ' summer days to get in the Ed;Hunter wait for hot Falcom. ' wori:. When disease comes it will be Henry Travis .. ! j too late. DISTRICT NO 5. WHITES. We learn that the City Council, : 'VinrilBell i Greensburg, is considering putting in I ,v - ' J N Cabbell , an electric light plant. A meeting ye it .Mr W. T. McFarland, who' acciden- Chas Fagg i I will decide the" matter. tally cut Jiir.wrist with a are told . '' ,. Jas W Wilson It is an enterprise tnat shoulcl be fav- rweek, giving him considerable pain, is COLORED ' . orably considered. The lights will be , rapidly recovering, and will be able to Rubin Brldgewater e eit in a day or two. a great benefit to the town. Rear-En- d and I o'clock, Mr. Luke Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morris, died at the home of his parents a few miles from Columbia, after a long illness. The deceased was in his twenty-four- th year. When eighteen years old ,he joined the navy, serving four years. He was sick when he reached home, more than two years ago, and was bedfast most of the time until his death. He was a young man of excellent character, one who had many friends, one The funerj who will be greatly missed. al services were held at the residence Monday morning, many relatives and The interment j friends being present. was in the family burying grounds. I Collision. d I Mr. Colvin Hutchison and Miss Meekie Humphress drove into Columbia and to the residence of Eld. F. J. Barger, last Sunday afternoon where they were married. The groom is an industrious farmer and lives near town. The bride a deserving young lady. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair county clerk's office during the month of April: Ben Bennett to Mrs. S S. Bennett. Nolen Montgomery to Mary East. Marcus vicQuary to Julia Barnett: ' B. K. Jones to Erramc-Chelf- . T E Jeffries to Sallie P. Conover. J. L. Feese to Beerch Burton. S. S. Feese to Media Graee Conover. P. II , Conover to Lura Smith j c: W. Keltner to Ethel Garrisin. I legs.-Leban- to-da- hand-axe'la- st " a I y. Tho Graued school team and the.' Town team met on the grounds of tbes former last Thursday. Result, 12 to m lavor ot theschool team n r"- V. - i m, S THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Jamestown. The farmers in this section are very much behind with their work, on account of wet weather. The Fiscal Court made an order at it's last session to have the public square of our town graded and covered over with crushed stone and gravel, and to have the roads piked one-ha- lf mile each way from town, This is one step for the better if they will only keep it up McKinney & Co., who opened up a new line of millinery a As "Ed" Howe Sees Life. short time ago in the oldP.atterson Store, have just purchased a There is nothing more unatnew line of ladies and gents furtractive than bargains after they nishings, and a general line of have been picked over. dry goods and notions, which The Devil accomdlishes all his will be on hands in a few days. mischief with the' aid of Mr. J. H. Phelps, who has recently purchased one of the Farmers have an idea that all new patented "Midget Roller town people or more or less ac- Mills," has same now installed, tors or circus men. and will be ready to begin grindChildren play; old people sit ing wheat on Monday, the 29 th of April. As this is one of the around and think. newest inventions in the mill Every time I throw away a line, and it is attracting quite a cigar stump, it seems easy to lot of attention, and a number of Quit smoking, A man thinks he is completely people have expressed them-- 1 selves as being desirous of seeing vindicated when he decides that it at work, and a number is ex--1 other people are as mean as he. pected to be on hand to see the' In politics, the "outs" always "Little Wonder" mash its first have the best of it; they have ' wheat. only to demand that the "ins" Mr. Ezra Moore, the Read do something that, can't be done, Fertilizer man "returned Sunday and the people will cheer. from Nashville, Tennessee where Wireless telegraphy is like a he had been spending a few days politician; ihe principle is good, with his company s but it has been a long time ac- ' Miss Dezza Phelps, who has complishing a little. Telegraph-beevisiting relatives at Grady--1 ing without wires should be much ville returned home Monday. cheaper than the old plan, I n sweet thought desperate chance to live, there comes the lesson at last that the phrase" Man's inhumanity toman's is a libel; that chivalry is not fled from the earth; that heroism burns as brightly amid the desolation of the deep as among panoplied columus and at the head of serried ranks, and that he who, like the Master, gives his life for his fellow, is bigger than the wide sea, rise3 above disaster, and makes the spot whereon he falls forever holy ground. The boats are still making but the charge for telegraphing regular trips from Burnside to with wires is higher than ever. ens. Greasy creek every other day. Every man seems to have a same Church. m In early manhood he married Those three girls he had loved The May Woman's Home Com !genius Ior making rules thatpeo-- I Miss Mary Williams, daughter of so much were at his bedside pie can't follow, and that he oanion. Mr. and Mrs. David Williams, of when the end came, also his! does not follow himself. Marrowbone. To them was born lovine- pomnaninn All WiUU .III j ...w... ." fhof will-- ! 0 The May Woman's home Com- - There must be some flaw in the three At Lowest Cut Rate Prices all girls. As ing hands and skillful medical! children that has convinced panion contains a most interest-- ! lament you; so many refuse to accept it. thes girls grew up he moved to aid could do was done to save mg account of the recent dram-- . n A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner the site in Breeding his life precious to so many, but Louisville Times, atization and staging of Louisa and it was here that he became God had need of the little boy he Laxative Bromo Quinin M. Alcott's Per Box "Little Women." 19c "Uncle Rich" to every one. Kentucky Fair Dates, had cared for so tenderly for so Singley LaxativeTTablets It is quite a remarkeble. story 15c It was here also that he strove many years and at three o'clock Hills Cascara Quinine ' how Miss Alcott's heirs have ob 25c with the help of his devoted wife, on Monday Mar. 4, 1912,he gent- Weeks Break a Cold Tablets Harrodsburg July jected for years to putting the 25c 2. to make an ideal home, and in so ly said "Come home." He left Nyals " " story on the stage, out how at 25c ' far as it is humanly possible he us, Earth if the sadder forhi3 A. D. S. Mt. Sterling July 25c last they have consented. going, Heaven must be the Rexal "'" succeeded. Georgetown July 3. 19c Among the other articles in the Not in accumulating a fortune brighter. Berea Fair August Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Bottle 83c number are the following: "Seeor in extravagant living did his Versailles August Funeral services were conduct Scotts Emulsion 3c ing Europe on $3.50 a Day," "A ideal consist, but in having a ed from the Methodist Church on Nyals Mt. Vernon August Cod Liver Oil 00 Mother's Account of the Effect " " comfortable home surrounded by Tuesdeay March 5th, by Rev. Wine 100 of the Boy Scout Movement on Vanceburg August his wife and children where he Hogard, Presiding Elder of Co- Rexal Litchfield August 89c Her Son," "Women Writers as Brodhead August could have the advantages of lumbia District. Despite the in" Emulsion " 50c Humorists," "How to Attract Lawrenceburg August Church and Sunday School and clement weather a large number A. D. S. " 83c Birds" and the first of a new Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 bring up his children in such a of relatives 83c and friends attended series on the American girl by J. Hardinsburg August way that they might become use- - and Vinol 1.00 the interment was in the CoNilsen Laurvik. ' Columbia August ful women. How well he suc- - lumbia cemetery. Write us for Quotations On the fiction side, the leading . Fulton August ceeded in these particulars was contributions are from Kathleen He is survived by a wife and j CITY London August daily observed. Norris, Susan Glaspell, Annie, Franklin-Augthree daughters, Mesdames. ust in this home which he gave so Hamilton Donnell and Mary Hea-- 1 Barbourville-F- air September much thouffht and attentibn he Simpson and Dillon, of Breeding, ton Vorse. and Mrs Shepherd, of Nashville, , waa all that is kind, a devoted In the practical dressmaking, also eleven grand children. breen-Septe- mber U. C. HAHDWICS, Pres. J. H. COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec husbandf a loving father a faith. A housekeeping and entertainment yowling precious one from us has gone, fuI friend aIways ready to lend a A voice we loved is departments appear many interTompkinsville-Septem- ber stilled; helping hand t0 his feIIow men' A place is vacant in the home. esting contributions, among Sanders-SepteFor the Church at BreedinS he Which never can be filled. which are articles on "Sensible Monticello-Septe- mber ESTABLISHED 1861 nvrnppmTpp im Probably did more than man God in his wisdom has recalled Shoes," "The Healthy Baby," Newport-Septem- ber The boon his love had given, of his 2eneration- - Ifc was uncle And though the body "The Practical Kitchen," "How Horse slumbers here, UMIiHWSlGflTS CQACHlfllSTS Ricl that had the Church cleaned The soul is safe in Heaven. to Make a "How to Morgantown-Septem- ber 19- -' DEALERS IN and every thing kept in order, if Make a Summer Shack," "The 21. Allie Gibson. ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW7 MLS. there was a public gathering Appetizing Beef stake" and "A Lexington October 912. Breeding Ky. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS 'Uncle Rich cared for a large Dozen Good Desserts." 1301 TfflKTeeNTFf-Mftl- N. Mayfield October LOUISVILLe number of those present. If a Why He Was Lgte. The Lexington Herald says collection was taken for any Let Democrats Be Warned. SMOKESTACKS, "What made you so late?" when peasant and millionaire, charitable cause his name head- - "ImetSmithson." banker and artisan, merchant Henry Watterson's observatiou e the list. He was in short the "Well, that is no reason why you prince and laborer, stand aside that the Republican turkey trot life of the Church, should be an hour late getting home to Sheet Iron and Tank Work and calmly surrender all hope of is over and that the Tafters got He was Superintendent of the supper." -- C ' I know, but I asked him how he was .. i l i oi - t1If onrl flion orn rlnnrn unmnw.-- i. i. l e. C..J oumuy bcnooi ior feeI5np and(he insisted Qn jtnecurKeywnuemeooseveitersloiuuiK telling me munngly to a common grave, got the trot, is aot. 'and is writ- - twenty-eigh- t years, and during: ' about his stomach trouble." "Did you tell him to take Chamber(ten in a spirit of youthfulness that time was rarely absent ex that those of the weak and JOBBING WORK SOLICITED " lain's Tables? iess to whom they owed succor that proves" Marse Henry" cept in case of sickness. So ac- -- All 'Sure, that is what he needs." Sold Kinds of Machinery Repaired- and,protection, might seize the seventy-tw- o years young. The customed had we become to his by Paull Drug Co, I ! if and crying at the hear. Democratic convention to select So kind and jovial was he that delegates to the National Convenone could not but feel happy for tion. having been with him, yet beThe Republicans are in a conneath his humor flowed the deep dition to be licked, for despite I current of Christian fortitude the fact that the Roosevelt fac- and any one who met him could 7K tion will be small by the time the not fail to note his devotion to election rolls around there will the cause of Christ. be a considerable 'insurgent elePerhaps of all men who have ment that will not vote for Taf t. X reason to "Rise up and calWiim Democratic harmony should inblessed," the traveling man sure Democratic success. There stands first. For years his door are many Independents who are stood open to these men, who in dissatisfied with stand patism and their absence from their own who will vote for the Democratic loved one, needed just such a nominee. Frankfort News. haven of rest as this hospitable 7K home attorded; none perhaps "My little son had a very severe cold. I was recommended to try feels more deeply the need of the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and be- love, sympathy and Christian inIN fore a small bottle was finished he was as well as ever," writes Mrs. H, Silks, fluence which association with Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. this godly man gave them. A IN This remedy is for sale by Paull Trug wanderer on earth as it were Co. their life would indeed be a a dreary one were it not for the Obituary. IN cheer and comfort of homes like IS In There must have been rejoicing this, m IN Is it strange that we should in Heaven as well as on earth when on September 6, 1831, a grieve at giving up such a man little son was born to Rev. James as this? Yet we know that he NI 7i Breeding and wife Elizabeth, at is at rest. their home near Breeding. We For weeks before the end came now know of a surety that the he was unabled to leave his room, ; X v Lord had plans for this little boy; During his last hours he was TIN" J work for him to do in his moral paralyzed, unconscious, unabled vineyard, where he himself was to speak one word to the loved IN once a little child. ones so anxiously watching at IN 0 his bedside, Yet, when the sum- Nk: Richard Preston, as the little IN boy was called, grew up in a mons came he raised his stiffened Christian home, his father being hand Heavenward and by this a pioneer minster of the Method expressed what he could not ex- ist Church and his mother a de-- 1 press in words. His joy at going voted member. At an early age forth to that Home not made of I Richard became a member of the hands Eternal and in the Heav- i Democrats should take warning genial smile that we forget for from the horrible example af- the time being that, he i3 no longforded by the Republicans. er with us and involentairly turn g There should be no to see if it is his footsteps we stop-theslate-makin- 7tZ )KK During Year 1912 We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our alm ready Large List as $150 Courier Journal One Year IN I One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets x The News and the Weekly 3 IN LouisvillejTimes and News 14.50. SeKaOK w K IN JN P verything In The Drug Line u i - I well-know- . j i 30-Aug- J 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1-- 3. 7-- 9. 42-8- 7-- 9. j 50-1- 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. ; 20-2- 2, j 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. j HALL PHARMACY, om0". ! ! 29-3- 1, , j . 4-- b. : j 4-- 7, ' mber 4-- 7. I W. T. I Pyne MM & Supply Co. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. Cave-Septe- mber 18-2- 1. Sun-Dial- ," f I 9-1- 2. i i , j ,..r - rJI 1 , - , ', ! L- - V I ---- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Parents and Elopement. o X New York Telegram to the Philadelphia Record. What sort of an elepement it is when the bride runs away and then refuses to be married until papa and mamma can be called ever the telephone and told to hurry up and get there in time for the ceremony? Whatever sort it is, it's the kind that Miss Sidonia Meirowitz decided to have last Saturday, when she ran away with John Jerome Feigenbaum. The elopers first went to the city hall and got a license and then drove to the home of the Rev. Dr. Brach-mawho lives in the house with Mr. Feigenbaum. Everything was ready for the ceremony when Miss Meirowitz said there positively would be nothing doing until she telephoned home. "Is that you, ma?" she said. "Well, John and I are eloping eloping, I said and if you want to see the wedding you better come right over to Dr. Brach-man'- s. Now hurry." So Mr. and Mrs Meirewltz were best man and matron of honor at their daughter's runaway wedding. The new Mrs. Feigenbaum was a stenographer at the Hippodrome. She and her husband are spending their honey moon in Philadelphia. n, Third Termism Swatted. The Roosevelt hope was blast ed in Kentucky just as the News-Journand several other Democratic onlookers predicted in would be. It was all over but the Ishouting of fraud before the cenventions. Col. Roosevelt is a man much, and justly, admired in Kentucky. He is that in many other States. But, as Mr. Bryan and many other popu lar speakers have learned, there is a difference between and readiness-t- o hear-speaThe third term idea has not appealed to many and even if there were no third term issue, the idea of al willing-ness-to-vote-f- or k. Ken-tuckian- s, Col. Roosevelt that it is his Christain duty to govern the United States because nobody else can do it so well, does not appeal to the majority. As the conventions are held in various States it becomes more apparent that Col. Roosevelt hasn't a show. If he would save his face he must admit defeat in a manly manner and give to some one else the square deal he has talked so much about. His recent statement that he would "have something to say" in the event of his defeat indicated that he had the intention of allowing himself the luxury of an outburst in that event. He will be wiser if he admits in a sportsman like manner that he was downed and outed. A politician as the author of as "scathing arraignment" of the victorious faction or candidate has very much the sound of a hit dog howling. He makes no friends and he makes no capital. He only makes a noise.Frankfort News. Alice Against Her Father. he ought not now to be a candi- skirt can be so adjusted as to 9 date, and that she has done bring a little fullnes just below everything she could to persuade the belt in the back, a scant him to her point of view. Mrs. shirring, it will take on new life Longworth has quite a mind of and be upto the minute in style. her own, and is as fearless in ex- A bit of width is allowed around Bree' It ihc best string of Stock in Kentucky for the Least iYioney pressing her opinions as is her the feet, but this as often as not comes from slashing of some noted father. And that she should hold that kind filled in with some kind of her father ought not to oppose contrasting material or a pnel President Taf t is most reasonable. of the dress fabric trimmed with Alice Roosevelt Longworth is a braid or stitched straps. Even "Tafter," which means that she the Hip slashing, which is newer was one of tire party that Mr. than the foot effect, may be used Taf t when Secretary of War took in conjunction with the latter on to the Phillippines Out of that extreme models when this is em has grown an association which ployed a petticoat of contrasing meets once a year and has a material is inserted and the grand time. Out of that trip frock is slacked at the seams grew several marriages' includ- over the hips, caught at about ing that of Miss Roosevelt to the knee line and allowed to; Congressman Longworth. The. open again at the foot of the Longworths and the Tafts have skirt. One side or both may be since been very much attached treated this way. Where the to each other, and President skirt seems otherwise hopeless a Taft treats Mrs. Longworth as judicious draping may make allj if she were a daughter. The the difference in the world. The Longworths have invitations to drapery must not make the ! ' nia lnrvlr iiuv,". Jh mnv Un P ' every White House function. lb iiiaj uc ul guic iuui It can be seen how a clash be- - the foundation material, or in an tween Colonel Roosevelt and j evening frock it may be of lace President Taft over the presiden- or chiffon. At any rate, is swirls tial nomination would be very about the figure and makes one embarassing to the Longworths. side different from the other. The Cangressnian was for the It may be full over the hip or it nomination of President. Taft, may loop low and then be cut off but since the Colonel has become short at one side to allow of full a candidate, he has naturally drapery, which emerges at the been forced to become neutral. knee and is pulled around and up But nobody can doubt where his over the other side. heart lies in the matter. And This Celebrated young Stallion will make the present season (1912) at our barn at Roley, Ky., for the sum of Odd Use of Electricity. for a similar reason Mrs. Long-$12.00 for a mare colt, or $10.00 for a horse colt. Rex Paull is registered 2928 in the American Saddle Horse Breeding worth is said to be neutral, too, Association planned to illuminate Nia-gr- a not going so far as her two It is DESRIP FION: Rex Paull is 6 hinds high, a dark bay. with fine mane and tail. He is 5 years old and weighs Falls every night. uncles, one of them Rear Admir95 pounds. About 15,000 steam locomotives Rex Pauil has defeated more Stallions in the Fairs, as - show hjse. than any other horse in this part of the State. al Cowles, in boldly coming out in the United States have electric His colls won the blues over the colts of four counties. h colts eleven months old, 700 pounds, and is 41 hands for the nomination of President headlights. high. Taft instead of Colonel RooseWe insure all colts to get up and suck, Lean retained on all colts. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not re-An electrically driven machine velt. Mrs. Longworth's reportweighs less than 50 pounds sponsible should any occur. ed situation is regarded as ex- that has been invented to scrub floors. cellent family tact, Occupying but little room in a At the same time and place we will offer the service of Royal Pev.ck, who is a combined saddle and harness horse, The New Primary Law. house is a new clothes dryer in nine years old, a model in form and action. He is the sire cf some of the best colts in Adair county. He will be permitwhich garments may be dried by ted to serve mares for $7.00 This is a rare opportunity to brred to thn horse, as you will probably never have another The Todd County Times makes electricity. chance to breed for this small fee. He was sired by Old Peacock, owned by Thompson Bros., Lebanon, Tenn. His first well-put the following timely and All electric vehicle is on trial dam was Capt. Harper's blooded mare, by Young Clipper He will stand on the insure plan, the money due when the argument in behalf of the pri- in Sweden for collecting garbage, colt is foaled or mare parted with, or traded or sold. mary election law enacted by the and if it proves successful horses recent general assembly: will be entirely supplanted for Will make the present season, (1912) at our stable at Roley at $O.00 to insure a living colt all right. "Now that we have a state this purpose. Only since the in BEAUCHAMP is 8 years old, 15 h hands high, black wiU: nely points, heavy bone and muscle. Beauchamp compulsory primary law, the troduction ot high speed electric as 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 county committee isn't the pow- machinery into the the industry were among the best in the county last year, and brought top prices. erful machine it once was, and has it been possible tO CUt a dia- Beauchamp was sired by Ben McFarland's fine Jack and his dam was a well bred Jennet by John McFarland's 16 Ij j Men l ' fi-- REX PA lT LL 1 1 1 1 RO"VAJL PKArOCK .REAU'FIATfP ! nMnrt xuay i -- vcuuuu Trf- - - the dim ana """, misty past. Any C O c fhlM CTC fT A ; Todd countian with as many as 58 friends to sign his petition to get on the ballot, may without expense, become a candidate for his party's nomination for any office within the gift of his fel- m0nd across the grain An electric elevator in a New hand Jack. Money due when colt is foaled, mare bled to other stock, traded or removed from neighborhood. to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. All care taki en York office building that travels to a hight of 855 feet on each trip is believed to hold the world's record. Throughout the Northern country during the past severe low Toddcountians. The matter winter electricitv was extensive- is now entire! within the hands r employed to thaw out frozen of the voters, and it's their own water pipes. In New York City fault if they don,t nominate good QQ 3uch wer candidates. Let them speak at I one week. With the aid of elec- the primaries, or forever there- - tricity the pipes can be thawed after hold their peace." witheiit digging up the irozen ground. It is quite a surprise to Almost a Miracle a pedestrian to be walking down One 'of the most startling "changes a city street 'o'h a cold winter ever seen in any man, according to W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Telx., was ef- morning and see in several store fected years ago in his toother. "He windows 'electric fans going at had such a dreadful cough," he writes, full speed, just as in the scorch"that all our family thought he was These fans going into consumption, but he began ing summer days. King's New Discovery, and prevent the moisture from settlto use Dr was completely cured by ten bottles, plate-glas- s windows Now he is sdund and well and weighs: ing on the family where it would be quickly turned 218 pounds. For many years our has used this wonderful remedy for into frost and ice, thus obstructCoughs and Colds." It's quick, safe reliableand guaranteed. Price 50 cents ing the sales value of the show and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Paull windows. rag Co. To This fine Jack will make the present season at the same place, at $6.00 for a mare colt or S5.00for a horse colt. Jeff is a coal black with white points, and heavy bone and muscle, This Jack has proven himself to be one of the finest breeders in the country. Stock men will do well to see this line of stock before breeding. Jl J Stock will have our personall attention. price for grain. able We will pasture a limited number of mares at $2. per month, or a reason- WOLFORD BROS. Casey Creek, Ky. Reservoirs to catch and store the flood water, but the Newlands in d with lice or mites, fl(X)d watera and hoM them plan may be, practical as to You are safe to buy an old summer time, when they will be rivers running through broad. sire, but don't get him very fat. gradually 'released at the period valleys like those of the Ohio Wineer is the time to plan for of least rain to keep the rivers and Mississippi and the western Quftllf fy.p uQ atafairstae and aid summer unuutaiico uie iiic loffo whai iai,i i.in. The horses should be given at navigation. The size of the proj. preaenfc appalling Mississippi ect is staggering, of course, flood giveg pecuIfar timeliness to least one feed of mixed hay once but engineers say that it is practi- - the disscussion at New Orleans a day' cal. The Louisville Herald ob- - ag to drainage for the reclama- To fatten and fit- - up farm served the other day that while tion of lowlands and for the reg-- 1 horse stock for sale is not a diffi- it would cost $20,000,000 to build ulationof lhe waters in the cult task. the reservoirs, in lakes and out-- ; floo(i seasons . Frankjort News. ' Scatter the manure as voahaul lets, at least $100,000,000 was it, don't put into little piles all Farm Notes. lost by the flood along the Ohio over the land. in 1907, Probably a great deal The flower garden is a thing-Poultrbeing lost right now by more-ifood should be palata-!o- f beauty and has a place oh' the Mississippi flood. ble. every farmstead. When the rains fall "upon the Tuberculosis of chickens can-- ! Profitable beef production in ii as jji tne aL ue n just, ana tne unjust, a uuicu. the future means that better nut Rihlf Rnvs thfiv will, the Ken- . Chaff for food is worth twice gains must be made. tucky river will go on the ram-- , as much as straw, Cows should be in prime conpage and nothing will stop it be-- l dition at time of ireshening. cause it runs for the most part j The goslings are very hardy Therefore feed grain if through' a canyon, and it would and require no coddling. fe-te( f-,r- m M-uf- J j : ' y s The "report is current in Wnsh-- . ington that among those in Roosevelt's family who have opposed his candidacy for President, none has been more emphatic than his daughter Alice, the wife of Congressman Nicholas Longworth. It is being said that she has told net fatherMthat Col-on- el Renovate Last Years Skirts. nee- The Newlands idea. . A woman clever with her dle will be able this spring to make over last year's dress skirts with little trouble. On some an addition of a flat pannier nothing to make the hips look big, will work the "marval, or, if the -- The meeting of the National Drainage Congress at New Orleans will bring to attention once more the Newlands plan of regulating the floods of the Ohio, the Mississippi and the rivers flowing into them. Mr. New-iands fav0rs a gigantic system of hardly be feasible to store V " j i its Poultry will never do well if X V' 4 THE ADAIR COUNTS NF COUNTY S TflE ADAIR to become a law, HEWS the President will prove of considerable benefit to the tobacco planter, as it compels the publication of statistics showing the exact amount of the raw article held by the vari ous manufacturing concerns -- mmmmmwmmwmmwMmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmi Published Every Wednesday BY i i THE -- Adair County News Company. ( i Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS country. These reports will be published at stated Democratic newspaper devoted to the departof the City of Columbia and the people intervals by the census Adair and adjacent counties. ment at Washington, and should give the planters a line on d as Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. whether the weed is scarce or plentiful when the selling season WED. MAY., 1. 1912 rolls around each year. EDITOR. throughout the et . The Black Hawk, Corn Drill Globe and Calumet Fertilizers Post-offi- ce sec-e- Genuine Brown Cultivators Have Stood the Test of Time Call on Democratic! Ticket. For President SCAR W, UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. Announcements JAMES URGES Instruction ' (Democratic Dele- gates to National Convantion. DEN0UNCES1'PIE HUNTERS. For Congress We are authorized to announce Jack Chinn a candidate for Congress in the Washington, April 25. Speeighth district, subject to the action of cial.) "Some gentlemen in Kenthe DemocraticPrimary to be held Autucky may have large vest pock- gust, 3rd. Why should any man or set of 'ets, but I do not think their men, seek to represent our party In the selection of candidates without knowinglwho the majority of the party Swants? Why should Democrats of this State withhold instructions from their delegates? We do not believe the advocates of silence have the good of the party so much at heart as an ambition to join interests with the winning candidate. In fact we believe in an open, fair deal without any iuerlery, and if we mistake not the intelligence, independence and courage of Kentucky Democracy, good men will be selected as delegates and their limitations "bounded by reasonable instructions both as to platform promises and party nominees. The majority of our party ought to have a choice and its choice should be asserted, but if it has no choice, or if it fails to have sufficient courage to stand by its choice then its condition is pitiable. The News favors instructions, and since Mr. Underwood is not making a fight in Kentucky, we favor Mr. Clark. Instruct first for Clark, second for Underwood, -- pockets are quite large enough to hold 250,000aDemocrats." Mr. James returned to the cap- and ital from Kentucky said that hejislpositive the State will send a'Champ Clark delegation to Baltimore. He added that ten days before fthe convention he will go to Kentucky again to remain overjthelconvention date. has his fight-'- , The Senator-elec- t ing clothes on to the last joint and buckle. to-d- ay llHiiilliiHliiiiiliiiiiliiilliilil li? i i The Jeffries Hardware Store iM rat Sfo & SPECIAL jS S m is s His statements full follows: JAMES STATEMENT ' 'I fought last year for the right of the Democracyjof Kentucky to instruct their representatives in the Legislature as to theirjchoice for Senator. I am fighting now, just as then, for the right oU the Democracy of Kentucky to instruct their delegates to the National Democratic Convention as to their choice for'President I opposed last year an uninstructed Legislature, so I am opposing this year an uninstructed delegation to the National Democratic Convention. I think the Democarcy of J Kentucky just as wise . this year as they were last year, just j as qualified to select their candidates to express their choice, as any small ring of politicians could possibly guess, as to whom they desire Some gentlemen in Kentucky may have large vest pock- - j ets, but I do not think their pockets are t quite large enough to hold 250,000 Dem-crat( Y s ! I favor the people's rule. am opposed to boss rule. I am perfectly content to trust the Democratic voters of Kentucky, and 1 am utterly unFrederick Fleet, a lookout on willing to trust a small number of pie .the Titantic, testified before the hunters, who will be almost as busy i hunting jobs for themselves, as jthey Senate Investigating Committee will be in selecting a candidate who is that had the lookouts been fur- the choice of the Democratic party for President. m w Im s. should see our line of Mens slippers. $2 and $2.50 slippers, cut to $1.48. $3.50 and $4.00 slippers cut to $1.98. You should take advantage of these prices. They will not last long. These prices are for cash only. We have a few pair of Ladies' sample slippers left, at 90c per pair. These are cer tainly the greatest bargains everoffered in Columbia, in Men's and Ladies' shoes. Our line of men's clothing and furnishing goods is complete and the prices are right. We have a beautiful line of gingham and calicoes, all calicoes 5c. We also carry a full- - line of trunks and suit cases. We are in a position to sell you clocks at the cheapest figure they can possibly be sold. We are the sole agents f6r the genuine Adrion Wire Fence in Adair county. Come to see us when you come to town and OU 8L w la 2 K5 make our store headquarters. come. You are always wel Respt, i TV I as j' PATTESOK & DENNE $i ,jm 7 si i ? nished with spyglasses, as he FIVE TO ONE FOR CLARK alleged they were not, the ice"I think I am well within the bounds berg might have been spied in of reason and truth when say the time to avert the disaster at sea. Democrats of Kentucky are five1 to one want lor bpeaKer unamp uiarK. "Maj. Arthur Godfrey Peuchen, them to say so in their county convenof Toronto, a yatchman who was tions. 1 want them to instruct their county delegations to vote for him, and Tescued from the Titantic, agreed to vote to instruct delegates to the Naon this point with Fleet and tes- tional Convention to carry out their he has makes tified that the Titanic crew was will The strengthjudgmentshown he will that it certain in my lacking in experienced seaman. be our nominee. His record as minori- 1 j I $&3&$L j VOyn W m United States Senator elect 01- M. JameS UrgeS the Demo- a hnllQHn nr, tha UnnWnvV ,q;COQCO m Kentucky, ' crats of Kentucky to send an in- UIOVUUW M.JLJJl delegation to Baltimore, which shows the malady is' structed alarmingly prevalent in some and to instruct for Clark. The State Board of Health has cn TV VSA. . AAA 'Shave With a Smile' ' jurham;-uplex TiVnm nil nop mints of the many particulars. In the first .place the officers of the vessel were imbued with the idea, that it could not sink; that it was the greatest ship ever built, and that mountains of ice would have no effect upon it. Hence it was a jolly crew of sailors, death and destruction being the least in their minds, and as for life bo Us, they had not the least conception chat they would be needed on the voyage, hence there wiere rhp pnninment1 tv leader gave us a Democratic o rarrrr!o Tir UIo Titanic was lacking in Congnjss is the patform upon which - Con- - i t we must win the presidency. Why not se,ect the candidate who made :it possi- a j ble, yes, certain that we should have , Kreat national Democratic victory, and upon Champ Glark j for Kentucky to turn now, when he is one of us, and within easy'reach of the atest office in the would be like a mother turn- Republic, lnS uPon ner children. Display In "I want the gentlemen who advocate the masked delegation to uncovor their candidate, take off their masks, tell us from whence their candidate hails, how reactionary he is, trot him out in the it is likely that Clark, Wilson The contest for the Republican open. No dark lantern methods in my judgment will be permitted when the Presidential nomination has no and Harmon will all speak in great unterrified Democracy of Kentucky before the Baltimore in State convention, equal in American politics. It is I Convention. not more than iialf enougTi' on and I'very'much mistake the temper not doing any direct good for the and the good judgment, and the unwavthe Titanic to accommodate the ering loyalty of our Democratic voters country, butmdirectly it is mak- j, A mine explosion at Madison-yill- e, House last week. He charged that Mr. Roosevelt, while Presi2,200 .passehgers. Result, 1600 if they do not instrnct their delegates ing more certain sN Democratic last week, killed a number for dent, stopped the prosecution persons in the bottom of the for Champ Clark for,, ifPresident; but victory, and should this ,happen, whoever, they are not my choice, of men. Five bodies were taken against the Harvester Trust. ocean. J shall regret it, but let them say who the country will be amply repaid. out of the mine last Friday. their "choice is. 'This is their party. The recent tornado killed 107 Congressman Campbell, of KanThe Cantrill Tobacco Bill, They make it great, and have a right Speaker Clark has opened head- people in Illinois, Indiana, Texas which has passed the Senatefand to direct its affairs and select its sas, made a scatching attack on to-da- y. to-da- portions of Kentucky. Any citHon. Jerry Sullivan, of Madiizen of the State may get a copy son county, has announced his of this bulletin by writing for it. candidacy for the Democratic President Taft carried New nomination for Congress in this Hampshire Rhode Island and the Eighth district. Iowa. Primary in Massachusetts The fight is on in MassachuBoth Taft in progress between Taft and setts y and Roosevelt claim the State. The winner in the Roosevelt It is reported from the Pres State will be very close to the ident's headquarters that at this nomination. time he is only shorkof renomina tion 109 votes. It comes from Washington that A Durham pStaVEgft C tgjyjsgg 35c While.they Last See Our Show Window Reed Hardware Co. f An all night State - convention held in St. louis, resulted in Roosevelt getting the Missouri instructions; Mr. Roosevelt, in a speech at Greensboro, N. C, declared that he stood for Jacksonian but now awaits the signature of " ex-Presid- ent Roosevelt in the quarters at Houston, Texas. and Georgia. I - '; . . V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f ? t- i; ir u Q. P. 5MYTHE for 4 .J -- 4 4iAAa 0 FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE BumperTrop. You may depend upon it that the man who always gets the bumper crops is the man who uses an Oliver Cultivator. You can't afford to only half cultivate your crop's. Give the crops a chance Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE No ! Pensions Until August. Makes delicious home-bake- d foods of maximum quality at minimum cost. Makes liome baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Lime No pensions will be paid to Confederate soldiers or widows of soldiers until August Under the law granting pensions must be passed on by the county court of the county in which the applicant lives and then must be approved by the pension board at Frankfort This board is composed of the Governor, the Auditor and the Secretary of State. The application blanks which must be filled out by the applicants for pensions, will be sent out by Commissioner Stone. Claims will be paid after this year in February, May, Au gust and November. Remember that Hon Harvey Helm, our present Congressman and Col. Jack Chinn, who is a candidate for Congress, Will speak here the third Mot'day in this month, the opening of circuit court. Mr. Helm-i- s a candidate for renomina-tioDemocrats throughout the county and the public generally are invited. i The Oliver No. 1 Cultivator cultivates IE all your land. 8 Does it better, is easier to guide, to raise and lower than any other machine on the market. This is not a claim but a fact. This cultivator will lighten your labor and increase your bank account, by helping you to produce larger and better crops. Drop in and see this machine yourself. R-ee- i n. No Aium Phosphates m&0&iSm Personal Mr. J. E. Lane, Glasgow, was here last Thursday. Mr. E. E. Sanders, Casey Creek, was here Thursday. Mr. J. C. Strange was quite sick the first of the week. Mr. B. H. Gilpin called to see our grocerymen Thursday. Mr. Marvin Young, was in Louisville a day or two of last week. Chairman H. S Robinson, Missions, D. H. Howerton. T. E. Ennis W. W. Ingram Wm. Kirtley Wood 'Prescott W. S. Dudgeon W. B. Cave Dr. Alex Shively TUESDAY, MAY 7. 4 444444444444 4 4444444444444 d Hardware Company. 4 : 88 8Stf VESOTN HOLT, Clerk. District A. H. HOLT, Proprietor, New ModdelsJJin American Corsets sow by i Lady SHORT TALKS ON SUBJECT. V Holt Hotel & V. L. WALKER. 10:1." a. m Devotional, J. W. Crawley 11 a. m. Election. J. W. Porter. 3 p. m. Close Communion, J. W. Por- - i j ' ov Jamestown, Kentucky. Newly furnisoed and the best accomodations, with class Livery and first- - ' Feed Stable in connection.' New rigs and at any and Mrs. John Lee Walker, quite ill for the past week. Mrs. Jewel Smith, of Burkesville, is visiting Mrs. Geo. E. Wilson, this city. Mr. J. W. Thompson, who has been sick for a month, is rapidly improving. -- 3:45 p. m. Prayer, H. B. Taylor. 7:150 p. m. Devoiional Service 7:45 p. m. Missions H. B. Taylor has been 8:30 p. m. World's Debt to Baptists. W. Porter. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. 10:15 11 Z I Drummer wagons just put in, the public looked after all hours. When in Jamestown your patronage solicited, rates Before you hire livery elsewhere come and see us. J. ' a, ygv reasonable. ) h a. m. Devotional T. E. Ennis. a. m. Willful Sin, H B. Taylor. n m. Devotional W. T. Short. 3:30 p. m. Fruitbearing H. B. Taylor. Mr. W. T. Hendrickson, of Irene, ' 7:30 d. m. Devotional Service Taylor county, was here a few days m. Our Old Folks, Dr J D, 7:4r p. ago. Maddox. Mr. Charles Walls, representing 8:15 p. m. Stewardship, H. B. TayFairbank, Morse & Co,, was here Fri WHY NOT MAKE A MONTH I lor. day. THURSDAY, MAY 9. n S50,00 a Week, almost SIO.00 a Day Mr. W. T. Ottly, wife and son, re10:15 a. m. Devotional W. B. Cave. turned from a visit to Burkesville last belling ictor Safes and boxes 11a. m. Death of Christ, Dr. .1. D. week. to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and Maddox. farmers, all of whom realize the need of a safe, but do not know howeasyitistoown Mr. Wade Helm, whose illness we 3 p. m Home Missions E. W. Cflak-leone. Salesmen declare our proposition one of reported several weeks ago, improves the best, clean-cu- t opportunities ever received. Without previous eiTX'ri-'.- " very slowly. Devotional, Wm. Kirtley. 7:30 p. m. YCU can ;i.p!'c;i;e t' of others. C eiitalop i:r Ji.u.loi!K- y 1 . Mr. W. H. McCawley called to see 8:15 p. m. Church Discipline Dr. J. eaabii.' yi u to i : tent tht v.l. cl to cus tomers in as lnforrtiiiR a manner though our hardware men the latter part of D. Maddox. ;ou vc-- p piloting Micm through our iuuory. ili-- npolnud us last week. advice and iiitructi s for telinur miiC. iriviii" Mi't'iieu FRIDAY.. MAY 10. convi'King talking points which it U iini:o?Mhlc for a customer to deny. Why Mr. .1. H. Richie, of Burksville, is cv .'.'i YoU be the lirst to appiy from you. wiiuty before someone else gets the territory? Wo can favor only one salesman out of e..?h loesMty. 10:15 a m. Devotional. W. S Dudhere with his daughter, Mrs. John Lee 1 be2.th anniversary of our geon. company was celebrated by Walker. A erecting the most modern safe 11 a m. State Missions, W. D. PowMr. J. A. Winfrey and wife, of factory in the world. Wider.- - v ' ell 1 awake men who received mir . Eunice, were shopping in Columbia last special selling inducement, 3 p. m. Our Young People, E. W. rendered it necessary to double Saturday. t our out put. AVe are spenuiug Coakley many thousands of dollars a Mrs. Shelby Oatts, of Monticello. is j 7:30 p. m. Devotional Service. rgingour sales organization, visiting her parents, Rev. W. F. Ho- but to learn all particulars, it 7&r p m. Mass Meeting in the Inwill cost you only the price ot gard and wife. a postal card. terest of The Russell Creek Baptist Mrs. J. W. Todd, who has been con- Academy, Dr J. L. Atkinson, ChairAsk for' Catalogue 1 6 T. fined to her roam since January, was man. THE VICTOR not so well last week. Address, W. D. Powell. Address, E. W. Coakley. Taylor, who has been a Mrs. U. L. SAFE & LOCK GO. This program is subject to reVisiOnvictim of lagrippe for several weeks, is " no better and is quite sick. CINCINHATI. OHIO Our Naw Homo. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. Mr. Henry Aaron, of the Liberty bar, was here the first of the week, accompanied by his son, Nathanial. 7 Chickens LOUISVILLE MARKETS Master Jame3 Herriford has been 3 Cocks . . . discharged from Elizabeth Hospital, Le10 Turkeys banon, and will reach home Latest Quotations on Live Stock 6 Geese.. Messrs. Tom and Romie Judd spent 9 Ducks The former is teach Sundav 14 Wool fall clipping CATTLE ing in Clark county, the latter at down the throat of a "capey Wool spring clipping. 27 chicken destroys the worm Shipping steer $7.X)7.50 8 Hides (green) and saves the chick's life. A and her sistMrs. O. W. McAllister Beef steers 5.50(S;6 50 drmilnjr wate few drops la the 44 1912 Feathers er, Miss Mattie Callison, arrived from Fat heifers and cows 4256.00 Ginseng 00 CURES and Metz, Mo , last week and are now at 2 5o3.GO Cutters Beeswax 50 PREVENTS GAPES Canners their home. Cane Valley, this county. 2.003.00 white diarrhoea, ronp cholera Yellow Root Bulls .25R.O0 Miss Harriet Willis, who makes her and other chick diseases. 4.25(3)"). 75 May Appleper lb) , Feeders Mrs. Caroline home with her sister, Bottle of One Stockers 3.755.50 Jeffries, was critically .ill a day or two 35.00-45.Choice milch cows of last week, but is better at this writ Common to fair cows . . . 15.00-35.Judas this recently imported Perch-eso- n ing. Makes 12 Gallons ot Medicine. stallion will make the season at HOGS R. Mont Feese and little daugh Mrs. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ol W. G. Mckinley's barn. He weighs 16 arrived from Somerset this medicine on hand. Write for free sample Choice 210 up ter, Katherine, 7.75 .hundred pounds and is a perfect horse. Monday night. Also Mrs. J. E. Flow- and Booklet on "Diseases ot if owis." Address Mediums, 165 to 210. 7.65 BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington, Ky. Fee, $15 to insure. Go and see him. Mary Alice, from ers and daughter, Pigs 6.50 24-S Id by Lebanon. Roughs 7.00 PSULL DRUG CO. Rev. Jesse L Murrell, ot Monticello, SHEEP AND LAMBS ColumLia, Ky. was here last Wednesday. On his re Ladies Tan Oxfords Sizes 2 Best Iambs.. t ... 5.00 C.00 50 Pair close out $1,00 perlpair at turn he was.accompanied by Rev. J. W. to '.'.'. .?..'.. P.00fO0 to3i Culls Weldon, who is now assisting the High School Commencement tEx Fatsheep Sinclair's. former m a meeting. ,?vv 3.00-4:tf. . . ercises ' WMWMMW I Mr. A. H. Holt also conducts a general store, and deals Phone 'in Store and Hotel Office. in staves. SS3B3Bxae SS$ SSfcS - t ll I A iJma I Ml $200, That's I i - ; K'Mh irTiii iiir tH 1 1 tlVrTII 1 ' I V III ll 1 fire-pro- well-to-d- o y. wm .. . frfi! mm rn-eiv- e money-mukin- fr i- - s fiit-ces- - Spp9 en-l- i pro-pecti- ve - , -- t" - - AW to-da- y. at-hom- e Camp-bellsvill- e, Season BLACK DIAMOND, No- - 3610 1 50c BourbonPouItryCiire 00 00 at i i nii'rffMBi8'ii')iTiir'ttWrgiB iSBmi 00 mm I. Programme. AS "GRAIN. - ;: v. &", ' ' nM J The Baccalureate sermon "Will Bible Institute, Bap- preached by Rev. D. H. Howertpn, at Corn; . . Second Annual , tist Church, Campbellsyille, Ky., May the Baptist church Sunday morninp-May 12. The graduating exercises will 6th 10th, D. V. be held at the Presbyterian church, MAY 6. MONDAY, 7:30 p. m. Devotional, W. T. Un- Thursday n orning,Hay 36. Rev. J. W Weldon will deliver the address to the derwood. Eggs. 8:15 p. m. District Mission Meeting grade ntes. Hens. be Wheat. n ru 'f'l., ' , t,i ff:; ''' Local Market. To-da- y. This Great Jennet Jack Is a great Jack ui size, quality and breeJmg. 16 hands standard measure, will velgh 1150 pounds, black with white points '" 50 If.ypu have, any Golden Seal, Xa c?frl .kv In nann rpotilrpn Inrlra nr ktk 31UC5. .rj m -- j it ;ne will serve marest Root) for saiei or expect to collect 10 to insure a kving foal. No Jennets bred till June 15. Jennets hrerJ ' on, same' jthe Wild roots during the season, write terms as mares Pasture tor Jennets alter June 15, $1 r.er month. me, as 1 want several hundred thousand for planting purposes. Address J. W. y, O. Box 563, Somerset, Ky. 15 Sears. P, Metcalfe County, Ky. 21'5t Centre Ky 10 90 Golden Seal. ..' "" 1 keo. Thompson, j iLi" . X Ip TpE apaik county news LOCUST - GROVE 3 The Stanford Journal says much complaint is being heard among the horse breeders of the As health talks to women become superior to salts, cathartic pills, waters, .mum Kcnerui, iom m me newspapers which are entirely too violent. young colts this spring. and on the platform, the mass of women eic.. Women should see to it that thev deaths of aro uesmnin to realize what the more have at least one movement of the cultivated have always known, that bowels each day, and when showing any The loss is falling quite heavily Rood health cannot be found in a powder tendency to constipation should take l)ox. The externals of health may be Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin in tho upon many of the farmers. obtained in that way, but the basis of small dose prescribed. A brief use of health lies deeper, and yet is just as it will so train the stomach and bowel Some of the big horse breeders easily obtained. muscles that all forms of medicine can opinions are have lost nearly all of their crop with. The most important thins that a be dispensedthousandsThese women, of after noman can do for herself, and about voiced by which she is often most neglectful, is personal experience, anions them Miss V. ' of colts and everyone is worried. to watch the condition of her stomach L. Moore, 32 Claiborne St., Nabhville, ' and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad Tenn., and Florence Cook, Lucas, ICy. The cause is thought to be the breath, the frequent headaches, the Anyone wishing to make a trial of this pimples, the general air of lassitude is remedy before buying it in the regular poor quality of corn fed, though nine times out of ten the result of con- way of a druggist at fifty cents or one stipation or indigestion, or both. Many simple remedies can be obtained, but dollar a a lanre bottle (family size) can some are inclined to attribute it have the best in the estimation of most free of sample bottle sent to the homo Dr. women is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. "W. B. charge by simplv addressing' St., to other causes. Caldwell, 405 Washinston There is much It is mild, pleasant to the taste and Monticello, 111. Your name and address exactly suited to her needs. It is far on a postal card will do. doubt, however, as to just what Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at is causing the loss. E. P. and my Barn. J. H. Woods ar said to have lost nine colts and Jake Robinson RAVEN BIRD The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al six. Clarence Tate suffered a Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he bv Both One Year for $1.50. " number of losses and others have Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. likewise been the victims. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by CaldThe Democratic Creed. well's Denmark, he byjEing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old iiiuiuiuiiiuiuiuiiuuiuiiuiuuuuiuiuutuituiuiumiui I -I Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health Losing Colts. STOCK - FARM PNEUMONr left mo with a frightful cough and hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor conid not help me, but I was completely curt d Ly very weak. I hart spells when 1 could OR. KING'S Hew Discover? Mrs. J. E. $1.00 Cox, Joliet, AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY ! I Special Attr.ctin to Eyes a ill Nat Brown 81. Woodson Lewis is The great Green River Merchan- s dise Distributor, has just Received & 'l Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth-- . ingj Shoes &e H "" If -- Which he is offering at Popular prices. 50 Suits carried oyer at one Third off, s: fl 3 3 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure 9 Lard 5Q lbs for Best patient Flour per bbl --- - - . 3 -Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to iI give Satisfaction,- Wire and wire fenee at Lowest Prices; it wii! pay 3 .I en ti you ito consult me Deiore tuuymg. Ten carloads of trie best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know What you bought. , . p- $6.25 4.75 4.25 I Have a Full Stock of . I . "Encouragement of agricul Salt, Lime and Cement. ture and of commerce as his handmaid; I will buy all your crop of wheatand The diffusion of information pay cash for it, am now paying 5c and arraignment of all abuses at per bushel more than anyone esle. the bar of public reason; "Freedom of religion, freedom ARE YOU WITH ME? of the press and freedom of persons under the protection of the Satisfaction Habeas Corpus and trial by Juries selected. jr impartiallyprinciples form the "These S bright constellation which has gone before us and guided our steps through an age of revolution and reform. The wisdom of GREENSBURG, KY. our sages and blood of our heroes have been devoted to their attainment. They should be the TmnwmmmmmHHNWwfMHmmmmmimHHjmmmS creed of our political faith, the text of civic instruction, the by which to try the Daily touchstone those we trust, and County News The Adair reverces,of should we wander from them in Courier-Journ- al Both one moments of error or alarm, let us hasten to retrace our steps sue- - seeds . may be started in small and to regain the road which DThe first requirements for cess with fall calves are clean, boxes or flats, placed under the alone leads to peace, liberty and well ventilated and sunny pens. kifcchen stQve safety. v Thomas Jefferson. The levelness with which a ' Never breed from a fowl, horse walks is one of the best For rheumatism you will find nothing that hisVgs work in ever fine, if it shows a tendency Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, ?. "Equal and exact justice to all LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. men, of whatever state or perONBURKSVILLE STREET. suasion, religions or political; "Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliance with none; H. Stone, "The support of State GovernAttoney-AUament in all their rights, as the 3 Will pradice in : most competent administrations this and adjoining counties. for our democratic concerns, and f Jamstown, : Kentucky. the surest bulwarks against tendencies: : "The preservation of the genj Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. eral Government, in its whole constitutional vigor, as the sheet bired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by anchor of our peace at home and j Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam L&Uise Cabeii 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam i safety abroad; Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. "A jealous Care of tne right of 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist! election by the people, a mild and is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 15 hands high. You! safe corrective of abuses, which will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions Ifc lopped by the sword of revo in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good IVvOvl are i lution where peaceable remedies as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har ness, and nicely gaited-- in fact he is a combined horse of high rrm are unprovided class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place' I flD "Absolute acquiescence in the him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle hors- - I I IV decision of the majority, the vi- es, will compare most favorably with the best Fee, $10.00 to in- j tal principle of republics from sure a living colt. j which is no appeal but to force, MaMort immediate, the vital principle and Marlon is a black Jack with white points, (3 years old, 15 hands j parent of despotism: high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. "A weltdisciplined malitia.our He has tots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features I At 1111 s) Jack. 'He has proven himself very sure and a most ' cl "111 1 lUl best reliance in peace for the of a first-clas- s first moments of war till regulars excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in may relieve them; HENRY WATTERSON "The sumpremacy '6f 'the civil I am prepared to take care of mares sent td me from a dis- - j over the military authority; Editor. tance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. Inj "Economy in public expense, all cases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to that labor tnay be lightly bur- other stock, 'traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. We CanFurnish You dened:; All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be payment of our taken 'to 'prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible Jfjg AdSlf COlMtV NCWS "Tfoe honest ' debts and sacred preservation of should any occur. j I lican Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 6 years om, ne nas tne nest oi eyes teet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extre.me speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or! handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive re anner. You will note from his breeding that he has! for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as many show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces r on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen, to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is civen an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee ?10.0Q to insure a living colt. i Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am wen nxea to take care of stock. Alon done OT Btock !2?-y5J??M- Joseph w Why I ' Not I Ol , j f iiourier ; a t tne public faith: -- A, S. CHEWNING, Columbia, Kentucky. and the da Decent Journalism. Guaranteed. i j The Louisville Courier-Journannounces, in a paragraph, and under a small headline, the fact that Mrs. Laura Norton Bonnie has bedn granted a divorce from Shelby W. Bonnie, on the ground of abandonment, and that the pe- tition was not answered. al WOODSON LEWIS i and year $4.00 j The divorce of a couple of sin ilar social prominence in any Eastern city would have befen a first-pagsensation to the yellow press, and everv bit of spice that could be found and worked intoitwoii'd haw Hppti nfiliWl to the ftiiloaf: flrlvnnfji tro The Southern press rarely in- dulges in gutter journalism. Per-sons who are entitled to consid- eration usually receive it and there are few deliberate efforts to make a scandal of private a& fairs. Mr. Wells, author tf "Mare license and go into their person-- ! Weekly . al histories to make copy. Per-haps we shall some time reach a Courier-Journ- al stage of journalistic evolution at which the competition of rival papers will not virtually force Both One Year all newspapers to print more or less of divorce court testimony. For $j.50 In the meantime making as lit- -' tie of details as possible is dignified and decent newspaper work., We can also give liberal There is more of it south of the Ohio than north of the Ohio. ' combination rate with Daily , ; ' ( Frankfort News. " """ - or Sunday Courier Journal Write Courier-Journ- al Corn- - Sixteen-year-ol- Dispatch from St. Louis saysM,ir;7i t vuvu,c. xvy., ior d F. M. Hoover, '""'. wanted an education so badly free sample copy of edition that he stole 300 worth of you desire, but be sure to stamps m five months from his send your subscription order employer t0 pay fon h course in wyr to the a business college. Just as his tft this papeI8"1"1 was nearin completion Courier Journal. he was arested for the theft - t.. I , r- j j Puts End To Bad Habit. Things never look bright to one with j how-evidenc- es harmony. to be kind to disease germs of has lesses. better than Chamberlain's Liniment Try it and see how quickly it gives relief, fc'or sale by Paul Drug do. You will look a good while before you riage," a novel just now widely find a better medicine for coughs and colds than Chamberlain's Cough Remeropular.says that to make news- - dy. It not only gives relies it cures. paper copy out of divorce court Try it when you have a cough or cold, testimony is as indelicate and in- - and you are certain to be pleased with defensible as it would be to corn- - the prompt cure which it er a couple askijRg for a marriage For sle by Pau11 Dru& Co will-effect, "the blues," Ten to one the trouble is a sluggish liver, filling the system with bilious poison, that Dr. King's New Life Pills would expel. Try them. Let the joy of better feelings ead "the blues'" Best for stomach, liver-aukidneys. 26c Paul! Drug Co. d THE ADAIR COUNTY NJEWS Absher. 1 Blood WaWrdniT All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardul, the reliable sticnunc, ionic remeay, ior women, varuui atu yiumyuy, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system relieving pain, building up strength; regulating, the system, and toning un the nerves. During the oast half centurv. thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative medicine" results they obtained, from theuse of this well-known -- H i .1 Cardui ge The WomansTonic Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me'no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn., book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 53 for Special Instructions, and It Looks Like a Crime Office 'Phone 40- -: Res. 'Phone 29. Buck-len-'s To separate a boy from a box of Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils, Dr. James Tripleit scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises demand it, and its quick relief for burns, Dentist. scalds or cuts is his right. Keep it handy for boys, also girls. Heals evJEFFRIES BLOCK erything healable and does it quick. KENTUCKY Bnequaled for piles Only 25 cents at COLUMBIA Paull Drug Co. Mrs. W C. Grider one day last What Do We Live For. week. We live for home. Mr. R. 0. Dillingham was at Mr. Powell, drummer for the We live to have comfort. home from Saturday until Mon Chattanooga medicine Co., callWe live to be good examples day. ed on our merchant last week, Eld. T. J. Barger filled his reg- and stated this was his first trip in our communities. We liue to be good citizens. ular appointment at Egypt last through this part of Kentucky We live to give to the sick and and that he was just delighted Sunday. poor, and thereby make ourMr. H. B. Robertson was at with 'the surroundings of the selves happy. Knifley last Saturday on busi- country. To sum it alllup we live to love Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Blair, of ness. FOR 1911 Glensfork, visited the latters and make other? happy as well Mr. G. C. Russell made a busi xas ourselves. ness trip to Campbellsville last parents, Sunday. BRIGHTER, BETTER.', The best way to accomplish The young ladies of this place Saturday, BIGGER THAN EVER Mr. Howard Russell spent have been taking advantage of this is alwsys with kind word Sunday with Mr. Fred Humph-ress- . the pretty weather by taking and a pleasent smile. THEJREGUURIPRICE OF Don't never frown, a sunny frequent horseback rides. Mr. Luther Williams, our mer- smile, a loving word will make THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Miss Annie Sharp who ha9 the cares of life more light. been on an extended visit to see chant, has just received a nice The tide is turning fast from line of dry goods and is enjoyIS her aunt, has leturned home. A YEAR. this life to eternity, of course we ing a fine trade. Mr. B. T. Robertson and Frank have trials and tribulations in I understand that the Rice Bros., Cooley were in Columbia Saturthis life but the worst of them If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDE of color, will move a saw mill day on business. aic ucvci ou gicaii ui ou uau uuiii TO US, YOU CAN GET here in the near future. Master Wille Moore visited his what we can speak a loving word aunt, Mrs, H. B. Robertson, last of kindness, THE ADAIR COUNTY Tuesday. Ella. you are worn and weary, If THE LOUISVILLE TIMES - $5.00 Sunday school was organized at Egypt the first Sunday, with The farmers of this section are Mr. B. H. Thomas Supt. very busy preparing cornlground. Messrs. E. C. Rule and Wyatt Some in this section have plantGarner were in this neighbor- ed. hood a few days ago on business. Wheat and oats are looking Dolphus Harden of color, died fine in this community. at his home near here April 1. Dr. Perry man and wife, who don't be cross or cruel, for there are words like darts to all of the! loving gentle hearts. Kindness is one of the great secrets of life. It overcomes evil and strengthens good. It NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEE ELLWOOD Mr. J. B. Grant made a busi- have been sick for sometime, are ness trip to Casey creek one day not any better at this writing. last week. Mrs. Sophia Smiley and Mrs. ElMisses Annie Emma and Clara la Currie were visiting at J. B. Robertson were at Cane Valley Abrell's last Tuesday. 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD one day last week, The singing at Goodin school money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long We will save you Miss Bertha Dillingham was house is getting along fine under as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights at Knifley last Thursday. the management of S. L. Wiland styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. liams. 58 INCH The Danger After Grip. Mrs. Emma Pendleton, of Absomen Lies often in a system. T7T7T7T7T7US Weakness, nervousness, lack of appe- sher, is visiting her parents Mr. 'ftmcH tite, energy and ambition, with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an and Mrs. F. J. Hard wick, near attack of this wretched disease. The Ella, this week. 26 INCH greatest need then is Electric Bitters, kr J. B. Piles said to Mr. the glorious tonic, blood purifier and is inch KKaXKA KJKAaaKaKj K regulator of stomach, liver and kidneys Young a fine heifer for $17. Thousands have proved that they won Mrs. Sarah Abrell and daugh- WIRE FENCE run-dow- n fXTUYfxfuYfxi TIMES disarms resistance, melts the hardened hearts, and developes BOTH ONE YEAR the better part of human nature. uauc ctuia ui iwuuueas, iiintj passing words of sympathy, FOR ONLY little honesties, these are silent threads of gold, which when THE LOUISVILLE TIMES gleam out woven together, the best afternoon paper prinbrightly in the pattern of life. Don't frown, be always smil- ted anywhere. ing; don't borrow trouble or Has the best corps of corres meet it half way. Cultivate a pondents. cheerful mind and heart, and much imaginary trouble will be Covers the Kentucky field per) $4.50. . . 1 ti w rn rtit i."im lf in tTfcm ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD i nm1 irmnmwl1niiilifTmT-ni- l STYLE) MADE IN SX HEIGHTS ifcffllrfsa' derfully strengthen the nerves, build up the system and restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering, try them. Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 i East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Montpelier. Louisville, Ky. The health of this community is very good at present. Farmers are getting busy since the pretty weather has come. Fencing and taking great interest in making additional of the convenience around their home. Fourth District Convention, to be Held at Monticel-lo- , Eld. Z. T. Williams and wife, of Columbia, are spending a few Ky., May 24-2- 6, Beginning Friday days with relatives and friends at Evening at 7:30 Montpel'er, this week. Brother Williams filled his reg- A. H. Baugh 7:30 Song and Devolicnal ular appointment at Pleasant Hill C. W. Harrison 7:45 Address of Welcome Sunday, delivering a fine sermon. by the President 6:00 Address Mr. Talbert Grider and Miss 9:00 Appintment of Committees Lora Grider spent a night with SATURDAY MORNING W. C. Grider and family, last Prog ram fectly. The one who smiles is never Covers the general news fielo lonely, never deserted. A smile is a single gift and within the j completely, reach of everyone. Ha5 the besfc and fullest mar Perry-man- 's ter, were visiting at Dr. mere is so mucn to weep lr kets reports. last Monday. over let us go about smiling as DEMOCRATIC in politics, but Mrs. May Piles was shopping we endeavor either to right or endure it, since we cannot laugh fair to everybody. at Eunice one day last week. J. B.. Abrell and family were and weep at the same ti me, then visiting at J. B. Piles last Sun- let us give the smiles a chance, SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPthe tears will look out for themday. TION RIGHT AWAY Mr, L. H. B ricken and family selves. ! avoided. I 6:30 Workers Conference, the Bible School and 9:15 Song and Devotional Missions week. Led by School 9:30 10:00 10:45 11:15 11:50 1:30 2:00 F. J. Barger, A. H. Baugh The Front Rank, or Light Bearing Church Miss Rose Conover is visiting W J. Clark 2:45 The A. B C Service in Columbia., this week. General Discussion 3:30 What Must We Do Mr. McFarland, Rowena, passTobias Huffaker 4:00 The Bible School and Temperance ed through our place one clay EVENING SESSION J. Q. Montgomery last week. 7:30 The Desciples, or Christian Church, Which? Mr. W. C. Grider sold to SidW. J. Clark 8:00 The A. B. G and the Kingdom, Steropticon Lecture ney Holt and W. N. Bryant the SUNDAY MORNING - Mrs. W. C. Grider and daughAn A. B. C. in Session W. J. Clark ter, Miss Flora, were in ColumNew Points of Emphasis in 1912 "Front Rank Standard" bia shopping, Friday and SaturThey also stayed over for State Worker, H. W. Elliott day. Address The Convention Year. Bible School Campaign W. E. Frazee the ball games between Lindsey Wilson and Middleburg. We Announcement of Committees are glad to note thai the "Lind-seys- " AFTERNOON SESSION came out on the sunny Business Session, (a) Sect's Report, (b) Committe Reports side this time. 'y 9:30 Model Bible School 10:45 Address "The Call of the Christian Ministry" Communion Service. Convention Offering . Pres. R. H. Crossfield AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSION 2:00 The Afternoon and Evening Program will be given Behalf of the C. W. B. M. Work to Mrs. Yancy, in remainder of his farm for $1,100. The land being sold in two tracts. Miss Ada Epperson was at home from the L. W. T. S. last Friday. Mrs. S. M. Epperson called on . were visiting at Mr. Wille Good-in- s Try to make others happy in Sounds Like Blasphemy- last Saturday night and Sun- this world, and you will be happy, aim at excellence and excelday. Virginia, West The surprise dinner at Mr. Bob lence will be attained. This is Wheeling, the great secret of success and judging from an appeal made to Pikes was largely attended all eminence. the day fine. Providence by the evanglelist, always be kind; Billy Sunday, is in a bad way. Then let us begins a new ere Craycraft. In the course of the closing prayday with tis myriad chances for er at one of the revivals recentBro. Luther Young's meeting betterment. ly held in the city Mr. Sunday at Concord on last Sunday was asked a special blessing for Repub-lica- n Some of the strongest well attended. everything in Wheeling, and in papers in the state are lam- reference to the City Council Mrs Ellen Blair, who has been basting Senator Bradley at a ter- gave the Almighty the folio tving on the sick listf is improving. charging to him the information and advice: "God Mr. James O. Polley and wife rific rate and present disrupted condition of bless the members of the City were visiting relatives in Russell county last Saturday and Sun- the Kentucky G. O. P., says the Council, Oh Lord; that's a Frankfort Journal. Those who tou-bunch, if there is any day. know Senator Bradley say that DUnch 0n earth that needs thy Mr. George T. Bryant and wife the "old war horse" is proof 'assistance and aid it is the st were visiting at George L. Blair's newspaper attacks and cii 0f thi3 city. Reform them, on last Snnday. the oastigation being given him 0 Lord! I know that I am ask-b- y Tom Redman was carried to the Republican press is like ijng youto do a hard job and I the asylum last Saturday. "pouring water on a duck's advise you to get a pair of rub- Mr. Bilhe Richards and wife, back." His term as United Kpr nnd a bottle of dis- who spent the winter in this States Senator does not expire infectant before you start. neighborhood, have moved back-t- until March 4, 1915, and between their, property at Columbia. now and that time will be the A dispatch from St. Joseph , Mr. Add Richards will soon have "open season" for him with his Mo., says: Lucinda Mitchell, 94 his home connected by telephone. enemies, the scalps of many of years old, was admitted to the is scheduled to take in Uncle Washington Holt, who 'whom he state hospital for the insane No.2 was the oldest man in this coun that time. here after having been more burjed at the Holt grave ty was run on naarc ', n inmate of the yard near nere one day last week when President Taf t invades county home of Platte county. It Massachusetts this week it is is estimated that Platte county-haDoo'd be surprised if you have an at- confidently expected that he will paid more than $12,000 for tack of rheumatism this spring. J use break his long silence and reply board and medical aidfor the rub the affected parts freely with f fVQ nViarnroc nrViT.Vh aTa hoan it took charge of her-a-s Chamberlain's Liniment and it will a ward when she was a small soon disappear. Sold by Paull Drug preferred in various campaign Co. speeches by Col. Roosevelt child. en-joy- ed to-mcrr- j coun-again- i , j i i o wo-wanjsi- nce - n l- 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. e. gy into a person. Wife and I believe of Mrs. Lena Miller, Crocus, died last days. Wednesday night, after an illiness of they are the best made." Excellent well-know- n dry two weeks. She was a bright little for stomach, liver or Kidney troubles. Dan Curd, the 2octs at Paul Drug Co. goods man, of Cave Cit$ was girl and a great favorite. The interment took place Thursday afternoon in For Sale. here the last of the week. the family burying ground at Crocus. Quite a number Nat Walker and Will Diddle Columbia attended of relatives living in, The Famous Parry Buggies. Price the sad rites, much J. H. Pelley. made several trips to Greensburg sympathy is felt for the mother and her reasonable. Columbia, Ky. other children. last week. If you want pure ice cream go to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Winters There never was a time when people Wilsons. and daughter, visited Mrs. J. A. appreciated the real merits of ChamberBefore buying pumps call and see my Diddle, in Columbia, last Satur- lain's Cough Remedy more than now. stock, all kinds, prices low. sales This is shown by the increase in S. F. Eubank. day night and Sunday. and voluntary testimonials from persons 24-J. F. Pendleton is shipping sev- who have been cured by it. If you or It wobld surprise you to know of the your children are troubled with a cough eral car loads of hogs to the or cold give it a trial and become ac- great good that is being done by quainted with its good qualities. For Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey Louisville market this week. of Newberg Junction, N. B. writes, My sale by Paull Drug Co. Mr. Luther Roach and family, wife has been using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very effectual and The New Fish Law. who have been living in this' doing her lots of good." If you have community for some years, movThe new fish law passed by the last any trouble with your stomach or bowels ed last week to Metcalfe county, legislature, inflicts a heavy penalty for give them a trial. For sale by Paull Drug Do. where they will make their f u- - the use of set nets in any Kentucky waters. It also makes it a felony, punAttention is called to the Statement ture home. ishable by a term in the penitentiary of the First National Bank. It is a We are glad to note that Dr. S. for any one to use dynamite in any good one stream or pond in Kentucky. DynaSimmons, who has recently gone miters will probably hereafter look well A fine Jersey bull is at our farm. through a severe spell of fever, to the banks and bends of the streams, Fee, one dollar at the gate to insure. around the ponds beis able to be out with us again and set watches Garrison Bros. dynamiting. fore St Formate. very enjoyable by us all in Grady-yillThe Gov. while here speni About-10barrels of corn at my crib Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Moss, of night with Uncle Charlie Yates near Columbia. Call First National Greensburg, were here- the first and daughter and also visited his Bank or G. W.- Dillion. 2i-of the week. brother Charlie and family below A new line ladies, Misses and chi! "P. H. Keltner was in Columbia here. Come again Gov., we are dren's hats just received. always glad to see you. Mrs. T. I. Smith, one day the last of the week. Cane Valley, Ky. Quite a lot of nice fish have Locals. Addition What Tevans Admire been caught out of our creek duris hearty, vigorous life, according to ing the past ten days. Hugh Tallman. of San Antonio. "We Death of A Little Child. Mr. J. D. Walker has been on find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New the sick list for the past few Kathrine, a four year old daughter Life Pills surely put new life and ener- I... j - - 3t Hanna's Green Seal "THE passing years. ' MADE-TO-WEA- R PAINT" Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the Many brands of paint are offered (or sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. 25-- 2t is a It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There difference. , ... . The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have in their product. FOR SALE BY jV. & lj DR. Oi'-nc- n HIM ! llE THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE HIBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling JN. (WELL, DENTIST ovnii Ol'KICU P1IOK lit UE;?. j. :x. Page's DRUG TORC and it will only be a few days unEscapes An Awful Fate, til he will be able to take up his A thosard tongues could not express practice again. the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of III., for her wonderful deliverance Our farmers have put in the from an awful. most of the week turning the had left me with Typhoid pneumonia a dreadful cough," soil and planting corn and if they she writes Sometimes I had such are all like our farmer and friend awful coughing spells I thought I would die. I could get no help from doctor's Geo. H. Nell it will be only a few treatment or other medicines till I used days until they will have to go Dr. King's New Discovery. But I owe tobacco plants. my life to this wonderful remedy for I transplanting scarcely cough at all now." Quick and Mr. Nell informed us that he safe it's the most reliable throat Every bottle and lung medicines. had an abundance and some of guaranteed. oOc and $1 00 Trial botthem would do to set at this time, tle free at Paul drug Co. That's what it takes to have a Wanted. good crop of tobacco, plentv.of ' plants and get them out at the ' A man to work for the Singer Sewing proper time. Machine Co., in Adair county. Will One of the largest sales on Dav a salarv each week and a commis- chickens that we have heard of sion. Address G. R. Holt, Mgr., Campbellsville, Ky. any where from any one person was made by Mrs. J. F. Pendle-- 1 porty years ago last Monday tbe ton, one day last week, when she IJank of Columbia was robbed by the James gang and its cashier, R. A. C. sold to Allen Parson one hundred Martin murdered. hens at ten cents per lb. , that brought her $61.25. If any one A postal card from Miss Katie Earllngton, received by Mrs. Marcan beat this let us hear from garet Tucker Monday morning, states that Mrs. W. C. Brandon, who before them through the News. her marriage, was Miss Lucy Ewing, Uncle George Flowers visited of this place, was lying in a very critin the community of Columbia a ical condition scarcely a hope for her recovery. She is a victim of pulmonary' day or so of last week. trouble and has been on the decline for Mr. W. B. Hill, after traveling several years. Later, the end came several months in the blue grass Saturday afternoon. Interment at region, returned home Saturday. LaFayette Helps H Judge in Bad Fix He reports a very nice business Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills, Tenn. in the stock food. was plainly worried. A bad sore on , Mr. S. A. Harper and his crew his leg had baffled several doctors and of hands are getting OUt some lo"g resisted all remedies. "I thought it was a cancer, " he wrote. "At last I nice staves for Moss, and Nelson used Bucklen.s Arnica Salve, and was at this time,out of the timber re- - oompletely cured." Cures burns, cuts, bruises and piles. cently purchased by the above boils, ulcers, Drug Co. Paul 2"icts at firm near this place. Died, on the 21st, Mrs. Willie There has been some ta,k for several weeks about local men and New York Kemp, wife of the late rhomas parties buying the turnpike from here Kemp, who resided in the Cool to Campbellsville. We understand through, and there is Spring community. She was 81 that the deal fell a trade being made. no probability of years old, a member of the Meth--odichurch and a devoted FOXES WANTED Red and Gray Foxes $2.60 to $1.00; Minks $5.00: fchristain. Coons $1.2.", and Express. Send name of your Sun- express office In first letter. Please remember the first W. T. HODGEN. llox 232. Campbellsville. Ky. day in May at 9 o'clock sharp our Sundav School work will be Circuit court will commence the third taken up at Union church. On Monday. The Sheriff and his deputies Jo-lie- t, lands of Mose Stewart, on the South by the lands of R. T. Baker and on the West by the lands of William Gibbon's. For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surity or securities must execute Bond bearing legal intrest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, Adair Circuit Court COMMISSIONER'S SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. Floor Coverings of to AH Kinds More space is devoted of immense stocks of Have been greatly enhanced, the practical display Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums A new handsome Store Room the showing of hus been arranged for Lace Curtains and Draperies Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable big live store. at our 25-- 2t If you have not bought, wait to see what I have for you- Mrs. T, I. Smith. 25-Cane Valley, Ky. 2t Go to Wilsons ice cream parlor. Next Monday will be county court. Ozsrk team engaged the Lindsey-Wilso- n club last Saturday afternoon. The game was lively, and terminated 7 o 4 in favor of the Lindsey boyy. I of-a-ll For Sale. 1 Black Hawk corn drill with fertilizer attachment used only 2 seasons. W. L. Walker. ' I Lame back is usually caused by rheumatism of the mucles of the back, for which you will find nothing better For than Chamberlain's Liniment. sale bo Paull Drug Co. For Sale seed corn Good white and yellow $1.00 per bu j John N. Squires. Mr. Charles Hammonds is confined to ! it J Mur-rel- l, his room4with a severe case of lagrippe, but at this date is reported to be Columbia Lodge, No 230, 1. O. O. F will meet next Thursday night. A full attendance is desired. Yates plff ) against Samuel E. Yates & Df ts ) By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Adair Circuit Court render ed at the January term thereof, 1912, in the above cause for the sum of $1250 with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent per annum from the first day of January, 1908, until paid subject to a credit of S7o paid thereon on the first day of January, 1909, and $26.6r costs of.! this action recovered by J. E. Gowdy against Thomas Pulliam and W. B. Yates, and $2500 with interest thereon at six per cent per annum from the first day of April, 190'J, until paid and $44 costs recovered at said term by W. 15 Yates against Samuel E. Yates. I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court nousejdoor in Columbia. Ky., to the highest bidder at public auction, on Monday the 20th day of May, 1912 at one o'c ock p m., or thereabout being the first day of circuitcourt upon a cred of six months tbe following described In satisfaction of the property judgment of W. B Yates against Samuel E Yates, alone, one tract of land W. B. to-wi- t: Huhbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. Louisville, Kentucky. Sandusky Columbia, u & Co. tlind Wholesale and Retail LUMBER All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Kentucky. Extra good mnk and butter cow fresh. 1 W. L Walker. I Now is the time to get rid of you rheumatism. You can do it by apply ing Chamberlain's Liniment and Massaging tne parts freely at oach application. For sale by Paull Drug Co. I For Sale One ) good work horse Call at News office. Have you tried Wilson's Ice Cream. COMMISSIONER'S - SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. R. Young, Plff W. E. Means &c against 1 i James Garnett, Plff on Petition against W. E. Means &c i and Deft. I ( ! I I Order of Sale. By virtue of an order of sale of the Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sent term thereof. 1911. and a f uther order at the January term, 1912, in the above causes, for the sums of $100 and interest thereon, from Sept. 27th, 1909, to the day of sale and $50.00 costs ' therein to R. Young and the f uther sum $to James Garnett, ancT ,$5.00 costs therein I shall proceed to offer ihe same day there will be sacre-irient- are now busy and will be ready when for sale at the Court house door m Col- ' services. Every body in court opens. umbia, Ky., to the highest bidder at on Monday; tihe 20th day Read the advertisement of the Holt Pub,ic auctin the community has a special inMay 1912, , at one o'clock p m. or ' , .. Hotel, published in another column vitation ;to be present ,, , ,i ... there about, it being the first day ot ' ' ' circuit Court uPn a sredi of ,,six Gov!'1 J. R. Hindman, of Cof-- The State Board Equalization rais- - j m nth the followi described proper. Adair - and Metcalfe urribia? made us-- a very pleasant! ed the lands of towJt counuesiuper.ceuuowniocs we , A certain tractor parcel of visit aay .or so oi msc wee. not rased , Ky., on and situated in As .usual we vjere all; glad to see the waters of Harrods Creek, and Dr, A. J. Alper bdught a combined bounded as' follows towit on the North him 'arid1 hear him relate of by horse, last week, from a gentleman ,in, by the lands of 'William Gibbon's: 'and ' 7' gone events. 7 His company is" Taylor county named SquireS-- , for $150 j Anders6riBranham, on'the East e st j ' consisting of 71 acres and lying in Adair county, Ky., on the road from Columbia to Crocus road and adjoining the lands of John Young, the Methodist church lot, Jo. G. Turner. V. M. Keith, W.H. Hamon.and being the same lands upon which W. B Yates now resides.or a sufficiency of same to satisfy his said judgment againstS E.Yates and to satisfy all of the above sums of money ordered to be made. Three certain tracts of land situated in said county, on Pettis Fork, which lie totether and make i one tract and contains 182$ acres more j or less and adjoins the lands of Robert Johnson, Loy and others and is" what is known as the James M. Johnson farm or a sufficiency of same to produce the sum of money ordered to be made. A description of all the lands above mentioned, by meets and bounds, course and distances may be found in order book No 12 pages 553, oA, 555, 556 and 557 of the Adair circuit court clerks office, to which reference is here made for a more particular description. . For the purchased price the purchasers with approved surity or securites must execute bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptiy with these terms W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner Adair Circuit Court. ; Rubber Tires $12.50, $14.00 and $15.00 GOFF BROS. & COFFFY. Gradyville Stock Farm. JORDAN PEACOCK. Jordan Peacock, No. 1148 will make the present season at McKinney, Lincoln Co. I have placed him in the hands of Mr. Dick Scudder for this season. NOBLE PEACOCK. This fine young Stallion will make the season at my barn in Gradyville, Ky., at the low price of $15.00 to insure a living colt. NoblePeacock, is of Jordan Peacock, first dam by Artist Jewel, i: dam by 'Cronwell Denmark 73, 3rd, dam by Artist 75. This is one of the best bred Stallion in Kentucky and is a first-clas- s Saddle horse, has been shown severals times and always in the money. If you want to raise a good colt and one that will bring a good price bred'to Noble. TWO FINE JACKS. My two fine Jacks will serve mares for $10.00 for a mare mule and $8.00 for a horse mule, to insure a mare mith foal. - i al j i p00r appetite is sure sign of impaired A few doses of Chambe-o- f rlain's stomach and Liver Tablets will strengthen your digestion and improve y0Ur appetite. Thousands have been benefited bv takimr these Tablets. Sold by Paull Drug Co. digestion. j tfwi - $ , m$ We A Card of Thanks s land-lying- gratitude,' to oiuttjanyikind friends. neighbarsajui irelatives; who so kindly My Jacks' have the size. assistedlus 'during' the long illness and the neichborhood deathf otour dear son and brother L. R. V i-- MorrisV Ur V -- j. Aft to Jxt&tibt '', i ; .. heart-fe- lt They are two of the best Jacks that was ever in Adair county. Last year was the first season for Black Diamond and the second season for Highway. Their colts sold last fall from $70.00 to $125.00. Average $91.83. Parties that sold some of these mules: Henry Parson 1 for $100.00; P. N. Blades 2 for $250.00; Luther England 1 for $85.00; Albert Brummett 1 for $85.00; Robert O. Keltner 1 for $80.00; C.' M. Hindman for $77.50; Huston Bradshaw 1 for $75.00, and Squire Kemp 1 for $80.00. u These are just a few that brought these prices. I measured 3 feet 5 in. toS'ieet 46 of Highways colts last fall that 9 in. at 7 days old, they averaged 3. feet. 6 in. Now if .you want i was-from -- Adair-County- Money'duelf "mares or traded and leave - -- ". .' - J Respectfully, . h by-'th- A J. W. L. GRADY. W. Morris and family. Hi' i X W 1 M