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Crawford will preach at Union church on Sabbath morning on "A Disaster at Sea and Its Lessons. Communion Service was observad at this church on last Sabbath. There was a large attend- ance and a verv interpsfincr service. The Sunday School, which was suspend ed for the winter months, has been re organized and starts out well with over fifty scholars and an excellent corps of officers and teachers in charge. The friends of the Union neighborhood, and all others interested, will meet on next Saturday, (May 11) afternoon to clear off the church and cemetery grounds. iiVery body invited to come and help. Semi-annual NUMBER 27 Program for Field Day at Graded School Tuesday, May 14. Tribute to L. R. Morris. Notice to the Physicians of Adair Athenians Entertain the Kappa Sigma County. On Thursday, May 23, 1912, Dr. Good Advice. Rev. D. H. Howerton delivered some most excellent advice to his church members last Sunday. It was a strong appeal for a more united attendance on all the services for a union of harmonyand a pull altogether for the good of the church. In our judgment every religious body in this town needs such a lecture. A church organization should stand together, uphold the pastor in his efforts to do the will of his Master, as he sojes it. What he said was delivered most kindly, and the speaker's emotions showed that he was deeply in love with his church and its membership. We do not know whether members of the Baptist church felt hit or not, but if they were they should appreciate their pastor all the more for telling them their duty, gather around him and go forward for greater work. m the Counsellor of the 6th Kentucky District, will be in Columbia, and wishes to meet every doc.tor in Adair county, and read a paper to them on fractures of the long bones. Themeet-ingwi- ll be at 2:30 p. m. Other papers will also be read upon that occasion, and other business transacted. And at 7:30 p. m. there will be a public meeting at the court house, at which quite a number of speeches will be made, and papers read, all pertaining to the public health, from lawyers, preachers, county officials, etc. We doctors, want every body who has the public friend's of Luke Morris who died April health' at heart to be present, and help the 8th. For at the age of sixteen he to make it a success. A full program had surrendered his life to Cod and will be in the paper next week. U. L. Taylor. while living the life of a private citizen in home or serving his country on the Ninety-thre- e Last Wednesday. United States Battleship, Colorado, he could realize that" the Lord was with Mr. James Bryant, of this place, who me when I was on the ocean and he is with me now in my illness". This it makes his home with his grandson, Mr. years was that enabled him to sing in a clear Walker Bryant, was ninety-thre- e voice and with confidence a short while old last Wednesday. He is hale and before he died, "Nearer my God to hearty, walks erect, and his mind is active. He can tell many interesting Thee." His twenty-on- e months of illness was events that occurred in Adair county one continual fight to recover his health, eighty years or more ago. He celebrated but such was not the will of the Lord, his birthday at the home ot Mr and so he calmly committed himself to the Mrs. J. S. Breeding and enjoyed a fine Father's will. He loved his Saviour dinner. Mr. Bryant expects to vote and delighted to read His word, finding for the Democratic electors in the next especial comfort in Romans 10:1 14, Presidential contest. and for a favorite verse, John 30: 29 Meddlesome persons who are continWhile his place is now vacant at the fire side he rests in the Saviour's bos- ually prying into other people's affairs om with his mother who had preceeded and carrying tales between friends and him several years. Tenderly we bore acquaintances, create a great deal of him, after the funeral service conduct- mischief, and are best contented when ed at the home by his pastor, to the they can spread scandal. It seems little cemetery on the hill where his more natural for them to speak ill of a body awaits the resurrection. He is person than to utter words of praise, not dead but sleep eth. May the Fath- and their habit of gossiping becomes so er in heaven comfort the bereavad ones fixed that they can talk scandal almost as they await the call to join him in the unconsciously. It is just as easy to say a good word for friends and acland of eternal rest and bliss. quaintances, even if not wholly deD. H. Howerton, Pastor. served, as it is to speak ill of them, and Mr. Will Jones and Tate Turpen were the effect on the community is always out fishing last Thursday. At sundown beneficial in a geueral way. Scandal the latter had a nice string of perch, gathers in as it travels by word or and before starting home the former mouth, and can never be recalled when said to the latter: "Our minnow bucket once in circulation. Try speaking well belongs to 'Squire Eubank, and it is of every one and see what a change it full of fine chubs. You take it to town will make in your own happiness, and in the welfare of others. Furtherand the minnaws can be used row by some one who wants to fish." more, the one who is circulating the Accordingly, Tate picked up the two scandal, invariably is damaged more gallon bucket, full of water, and wag- than the person he is trying to belittle. ged into town, a distance of a mile. A man who is without a clean record Upon reaching the square he had better keep a silent tongue. In handed the bucket to J. F. Triplett other words don't you kick a man's saying; "You deliver the bucket and dog thinking that your own will not get you can have the minnows." Triplett kicked, and kicked hard to-mo- It often gives us a feeling of gloom to see a young man or woman cut off just at the age when life seemed sov full of promise. But when such life had first been consecrated to Christ there is always the consolation that death does not end all. Death is no respecter of persons, but comes to old and young alike. Having given the heart and life to Christ one can then face the grim monster without a tremor, knowing that the place has already been prepared by the Christ for a joyous reception in that home into which death cannot enter. These thoughts are of especial comfort to the father, sisters and brothers, as well as the multitude of other dear Last Tuesday evening, April 30, the Athenian Literary Society delightfully entertained the members of the Kappa Sigma Nus Society, both of the Columbia High School, at the home of Miss Mary Myers. The reception rooms were beautifully decorated in orange and black, the Athenian colors, and the favors were tiny winged-fetied with bows of orange and black. Punch was served by Misses Crawford and Enget lish. The prize-winne- rs were Miss Su- san Miller and Mr. George Hancfick, both of whom were given bountiful boxes of candy. During the evening Mr. Jake Farris sang "The Rosary" and other selections, for which he was greatly applauded. The evening was very much enjoyed by all present, and the credit is due to Misses Myers, Con-ovand Tarter. A Prolific Hens. Mr. J. Cager Yates, of Bradfords-villwrites the following, he says for the benefit of our Gradyville correspondent: Since March 1st Mrs. Yates has sold more than $100 worth of eggs, besides sitting 40 hens and eating eggs once a day and less than 200 hens to start with Our average per day 10 dozen to sell at from 16 to 18 cents per dozen, 70 dozen per week for nine weeks average 17 cents per dozen $107.10. Can Gradyville beat that. e, Fifty yard dash by boys in Miss King's room. Three legged race by boys of 2d. 3rd, 4th grade. Peanut Contest by gir's of 2nd, 3rd, 4th, grades. Wheelbarrow race by girls of 6th and 7th grades. Sack race by boys th and 6th grades. Fifty yard dash, girls 5th and 6th grades. Broad jump, boys 7th and Sth grades Hammer.Contest. Hieh School Bovs. Throwing contest, all girls. Shoe race, 7th and 8th grade boys. Candy contest, girls above 6th grade. High Jump, boys above 7th grade. Egg race, high school girls. Pole Vaulting all boys Relay race. Hurdle Race. Four Tennis games. Play, by pupils of Miss King's room. er High School Commencement Week Mother Day Service Sunday morning May 12, Baccalaureate sermon at Baptist Church by Rev. D. H. Howerton. Tuesday May 14, Field Day. (see program elsewhere in paper.) Wednesday May 15, Class Day. Ex ercises at 2:30 p. m. at Graded school. Thursday May 16, at 10.30 a. m. Commencement exercises of High School at Presbyterian Church. Owing to the special services at the Baptist church, in connectin with the closing exercises of the Graded school, on next Sabbath, there will hp no morning service at the Presbyterian church. In the evening, there will be a sermon and music appropriate for the observance of Mother's Day. A fitting number of the famous pictures by Dora and D. Todd Plff I Tiosot, of the women of the Bible, will Notice. against be given to illustrate Motherhood's J. C Browning admr &c Df t ( worth. Let all wear a white flower in The above styled action pending in honor of Mother on this occasion. court has been referred the Adairc-ircuito take proof and report claims against New Principal. the estate of Buford Dohoney, deceas ed. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to preProf. W. M. Wilson, who has been sent the same to me in my office at Colthe principal of the public schools at umbia, Ky , properly proven on or bethis place for theTast three years, ten- fore the third day of the May term dered his resignation a few weeks ago. 1912 of the Adair circuit court. t There never was a time when people appreciated the real merits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by the increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from persons who have been cured by it If you or your children are troubled with a cough or cold give it a trial and become acquainted with its good qualities. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Last Tuesday Ball Game. Funeral Service. at On Sunday afternoon May the 12th, The game of baseball between the 2:30 p. m. I will preach the funeral Lindsey-Wilsoteam and the Graded of Bro. George Garrison at the School team, drew a large crowd to the Methodist church in Columbia. grounds of the former last Tuesday afThere will be no service at the ternoon. Mr. T. C. Davidson, who umMethodist church in the forenoon but n I r. and will go to Monticello, haying accepted the principalship of 'the Graded school, that city, the consideration being greater. Prof. Wilson is a most excellent teacher, a high gentleman; has a very interesting family, wife and baby, and the board, the pupils and the community in general regret that he decided to sever his relationship with the school. Prof. Wilson will be superseded by Prof Chesterfield Turner, a native of Cave City, who will come to Columbia highly recommended as a teacher and W. A. Coffey, M. C. A. C. C. Mrs. Pearl Wisdom, who was a sister of Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw, this place, died near Edmonton Monday night of last week. She was about thirty years old, and was a lady highly respected. She leaves one child, her husband having died several years ago. Airs. Crenshaw and her son, Clyde, attended the funeral. our people are invited to attend the service at the Baptist church where the commencement sermon of Columbia High School will be preached byllev. D. H. Howerton I will preach in the evening at 7:80. J. W. Weldon. pired, called the game a few minutes before 4 o'clock, the graders taking the field. In the first inning the Lindsey-Wilso- n made two scores, and continued easily in the lead until the contest closed When the last man up threw down his bat the score stood 14 to 6 in favor of the Lindsey-Wilso- n The rooters of both schools were there Cheao WorK. in large numbers, and evidently there was more guying and more hallooing Horse shoeing at my shop, 60 cents than ever before in one afternoon. The for cash. Buggy work and all other schools have met twice, won a game kinds of work done at reduced prices, j each. Another game is ypt to be played. satisfaction guaranteed. 27-. Marion Antle. 2t made an examination and found that Marriage Licenses. there was not a chub ,in it. Tate looked puzzled and said: "Bill told mo The following marriage licenses were the bucket was full of minnows, and had me to pack two gallons of water issned from the Russell coucty clerk's office during the month of April. from the creek." . Wellington Redmon to Mary C. Right in the beginning of their tour Christopher C. Lafavers to Tolly baseball team got the Lindsey-Wilso- n Wilson. knocked out. The boys reached Thursday afternoon at 2 Ed B. Withers to Pearl Williams. Owen F. McKinley to Stella M. Long. o'clock and at 3 o'clock jfcney met the Robert McClendon to Rosa Wilson. aggregation 0f the Russell Creek Oliver Wilson to Jessie McClendon. Academy. A fast game was played, George L. Thomas to Sallie Combest. terminating in favor of the Academy boys, 9 to 1. The Lindsey-Wilso- n boys, inMr. J. H. Goff has sold one-hafeeling a little sore, bud believing that were still in the ring, went on to terest in the livery at this place to his they Moreland Station, feeling that success brother, Mr. W. H. Goff, of Cumberwould crown their efforts at that stop. land county, and the latter and Mr. Walter Goff are now in charge. Mr. J. H. Goff retains a interest, Don't Miss it. but he will engage in other business Mr. W. H. Goff will remove his family The greatest Motion Pictures ever from Cumberland county to this place. made complete in three reels 3,200 feet 20 years in Sing-SinThe Merchants Hotel, Campbellsville, The Exciting horse races. will change propritors June 1st. . Mr. The Arrest and Conviction. The Real life in the Famous prison, J. W. Kerr, who is an all round hustler, etc, at Parlor Circle Tuesday May 7. will supersede Mr. Clark, who has been in charge since the hotel opened: Mr. Admission 15 cents. Two show. Kerr will devote his entire attention to the business-- , and it will be his purpose Mr. Coy E. Dudgeon has removed to make his stand one of the best homes from Campbellsville to Cane Valley. He for the traveling public in Kentucky. has also accepted a position as travelling salesman for S. Shapinsky & Co., The fine weather last week afforded Louisville, importers of Ladies' and the farmers of Adair county an opporI. Men's furnishing goods, etc. He will tunity to g t in a great deal of necesbe on the road in a few days. sary work. Many acres were planted The town baseball team and the in corn. Lindsef-Wilso- n team will play this (Tuesday) afternoon. The game will A party of young people chartered a rry becalleflatS o'clock on the Lindsey-Wilso- n hack last Sunday morning and spent HJ grounds. Rooters will be in the day at Griffin Springs. They were evidence and the game will be worth students of the Graded school. The seeing. party was chaperoned by Miss Sue King and Miss Elizabeth Drake. an old colored Sophia Waggener, weman, who lived in the suburbs of Colombia, died last Wednesday night. Mrs. Oma Jones, who lived on Casey's Waggener, her son reports her creek, died last Sunday. She'was U 'age between 80 and 90 years. years old.. She was about seventy-fiv- e If the widow of Thornton Jones,' who died Sw ' The Midget Roller , 'Mill is now in several year's ago. operation, grinding every day," turning' flour. t ftrat-cla-- Prof. W. M. Wilson and wife entertained ,the senior class of the Public ' .u tJe . Jfo nf MrJUilf Rmil- - Hi SJ. in school and the teachers qf the. institu;fe5-ATwcSf neighborhood last Sunday. tion last Saturday at a 6 o'clock dinner. Gos-serCamp-bellsvil- le lf one-fourth ' g. James Stephen, a boy about seventeen years old, who lives near Breeda gentleman ing, was thrown from a mule last Friday and badly hurt. He fell on his The members of the Zion church will head and has been unconscious since the bear in mind that services will be held accident. Dr. H. B. Simpson reports on Saturday at 3. p m. The pastor his condition very critical. will not be able to meet the Training Jim McQueary, charged with maliciClass at night. Owing to the Comnephew a son of Marmencement services of the Eigh School ously cutting his cus McQueary, was tried before Judge at the Baptist church in Columbia Moss last Thursday and held to await there will be no service at Zion at the action of the grand jury. eleven o'clock but instead the pastor will preach at three o'clock. At this Recital will be given to five hour diplomas By Junior pupils of Music and Exmembers of the Training Class who pression departments, Lindsey-Wilso- n have finished the first book of the regMonday afternoon, May 13, ular Convention Normal Course for chapel, 1912 3 o'clock. Sunday School workers. Let there be J a large number present at this after sent two men to The Lindsey-Wilso- n noon service. Lexington last Saturday to take part D. n. Howerton. Pastor. in the interscholaster field and track meet, but they were late in putting in The 30th of this month will be dec- their appearance. Rainwater entered oration day. It has been the custom the mile foot race and won easily. for several years for friends to meet in Shot Put won by James Guthrie. He the city cemetery, have appropriate ex- threw a twelve pound weight 36 feet. ercises and strew flowers upon the graves of departed loved ones. We Wanted, a span of good driving take it that the . Cemetery Committee horses, from 7 to 10 years old. I will will make out a program and give it to be in Columbia Saturday the 11th inst. the public in due time. In the mean Coy E. Dudgeon. time graves that need attention should be looked after. The Graded school baseball team was badly defeated by the Lindsey boys last Tuesday. The score stood 14 to 6. If You Need Horseshoe Brand Fertilizer. Hoosier Corn Drills, Mr. and Mrs. I Public Sale. There was an exciting election at Lebanon last Thursday saloons or no saloons. The whisky people won by a By order of the Board of Directors majority of fourty-fou- r votes. Why of the Farmer's Bank, of Cane Valley, some of the best people will get out Adair County, Kentucky, I as agent and fight for open saloons is hard to and receiver of said bank, will, at the understand. courthouse door in Columbia, Ky., on the20 May,1912,at 1 p.m. the first day of the Adair Circuit Court.selI at public I have a red shorthorn bull, all the furniture and fixtures one, at my farm. One dollar at the out-crsaid bank consisting of. gate to insure. Also a thoroughbred of 1 Screw door burglar proof safe with male English Burkshire hog. Fe double time lock, made by the Nationsame. al Safe & Lock Co , of Cleveland, Ohio. A. B. Corbin. Full outfit of sectional office railirg 25-and desks and office fixtures 1 Typewriter and desk. 1 Protectograph check protector. Born, to the wife of Mr. Leo Baldauf,. Elizabethtown, Friday night, the 3rd, All other articles of personal properinst., a son Mother and baby doing ty that may have been overlooked. well. Mrs. Baldauf is a daughter of Also the lot and banking house of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lewis, of this place. said bank, lying on main street in said Cane Valley, 132 feet by 2T, feet with a y The State Dental Association will brick house thereon, a good meet in Louisville May 27, and continue vault and all equipped in modern style three days.v Something new is to come for doing a banking business. Terms upAll regular dentists are invited. of payment will be reasonable, and wiU be announced at time of sale. The Lindsey Wilson boys did not win Farmers Bank by W. W. Jones, a game on their tour, but they had a Agent and Recerver. most delightful trip. The closest game was at Danville, 2 and 3. For 5aIe:A Good Location? Fine y. 3t "3 two-stor- Sullivan at Danville, "Doodle" struck out fourteen men and allowed only six hits. Lindsey boys would have won had it not been for errors. Business. Desiring to retire from the mercantile business, I offer to sell my store- -. house, stock of goods and dwelling, or store and gcods alone; located at Co-burg, Ky., at prices and terms that will insure satisfaction to the purchas. 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. 25-3- L ?' l" I se e All persons desiring to take Common Potato Bug have ar- school diploma examination, be at the rived, bringing little bugs, by tbe mill- office of the county Superintendent : rans Cultivators, ion T)n.;n ureen will vAnvr1 fVi3Tr in Friday and Saturday May 10 and 11. their progress. Harrows 14 and 50 tooth, Adren Fence, examination for teach" Fishing is said to be very good A f Remember the "McCormick Disk Harrows ; at the punty certificate May number of fine perch were caught -- last ClOJl Milwaukee Machine School. Exam, opens at 8;30. Gra?H week. Mr, Tate Turpen angled three Farm 'Rakes, .,. yery fine Ones Thursday afternoon. r Wagons. Last.Monday. was county court. The C. R. Huthison. Call on, crowd- - uptown was not as large as t who lives near i '. Mr. Van Humphress, being busy, getting in Knifley, had the misfortune to get one their crops. The Moss Milling Company of of his legs kroken one day last week Greensburg, has purchased an electric I have two cows for sale, one fresh 's light plant, and in thirty days GreensThe well driller, at Mrs. M. E. and a sow and ten pigs burg will 'be lighte4with electricity. premises, struck a fine stream of Walter Murrell, Joppa, Ky. We commend the enterprising spirit of water at the depth of forty feet. the Moss Milling Company. The plant Circuit court will open here Monday will put new life in the town Mr. John D. Lowe and Mr. Franfc week' Candidates for Congress will Sinclair were elected Trustees for the be here and will make addresses. Rev. J. W. Weldori. who is in a Puplic school last Saturday. ' ., meeting at Monticello, writes 'that It is expected that a great deal of MrsFountam Bean, w h.Yedmthe stock' will be on the market here Monthere, have been several conversions' Creek, settlement., died; last Sun-th- e day week, : ' and that he will not reach. home until ' day morning.. last of this week. Born, to the wife of A. W. Tarter. nfpnlnr ixraa kA The beavest:' loCUSt oak T?kirfr TfrWl-.er.night, 5th insty, a daughter. ,M. Judg Moss a few days ' ago, charg-- - bloom known, in years fore " ' ' . "V X iF.- . . id with house burning. The evidence ! r ForjSale One,mare and sTniule. was sufficient to hold him for further j' Born, to the wife of Soloman McFar .v , J. W. Morrk- ' " land, April, 29,. 19l2,ya-son- . k27f.3t , trial. a ! -- . -- 17-1- 8, x . . . ' J. Do G. Dudgeon. Mar-cum- Coburg, Ky. your spring cleaning with a Pneumatic Cleaner $1.00 per day. Reed Hardware Co. ,r' 26-- 2t -- -- ,i- - W ; hold , Mrs. Eliza Wilson will sell her house and kitchen., furniture, to theu-ai- ' highest bidder, at her residence, tbe ' first Monday of circuit c6urt. Don't miss having your picture made at Montgomery's studio. Openevery Monday,. Wednesday and Saturday til June 1st, Wnoiesaie DUikunfc-- . ' k ' ;' " - 5. - ! '"?&' &' ' A3C t- - i- V , ;izmgt?2m!a&&: THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS inost inclined to patronize the way if I am rightly informed uncle L. H. "Brickens one night high schools at home, are pur- - they have increased taxation to of last week. suaded to attend one or the other the amount of seventy eight Mr. Editor: Miss Ethel Williams and sister, conse- tnousand dollars in the last two Miss Annie, were visiting Miss As I have been a subscriber to of the normal schools and the .Adair County News, ever quently our free school system is years and no one is benefitted by Lizzie Abrell Saturday night. U since its first issue and as you being sapped by the graded it above what they could have Poor appetite is sure sign of impaired nave honored me with the publi- schools and our high schools and received in their own home col- digestion. A few doses tf Chambecation of some of my speeches colleges at home by the Normal leges and the county superinten rlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wil and letters, 1 have concluded to schools of the state. I learn dents who have used their pow- strengthen your digestion and improve your appetite. Thousands have been write again as a kind of letter to from the school trustees of our er and influence in the interest benefited by taking these Tablets. my old acquaintances throughout district that the people of Adair of these state Normal schools Sold by Paull Drug Co. the country to let them know I county have been paying from have been cloging the wheels of Heroism of Major Butt. cents on progress in the very educational am yet living, and though I am fifteen to seventy-fiv- e unable to do manual labor or en- the one hundred dollars worth of system they are soon to advance. gage in any business enterprise, taxable property for the last I know that the people of A graphic story of the heroism I am still able to think and pon- three or four years; that the Kentucky are not opposed to of Maj. Archibald W. Butt on m der over the tax riden condition amount collected and paid into being' taxed a reasonable amount the Titantic was told treasury last year for the support of any institu- an interview given to the Washof our county and especially that of Kentucky. Taxation in many was five thousand dollars, that tion that is really calculated to ington Star's staff correspondent cases is really necessary, especi- none of this five thousand dollars redown to the greatest good to in New York by Miss Marie ally for the purpose of keeping can be used for any purpose ex- the greatest number, but I am Young, a former resident of this up public roads, the support of cept for the support of the grad- pursuaded that they will 'not city. Miss Young is believed to comm6n schools, &c, where all ed school in Columbia and the long submit taimely to taxation, have been the last woman to ' the people, or a great majority building and repairing of school that burdens the many while it leave the Titantic and the last of them receive the benefits in- houses in the county. That the benefits the few, for this is con- of the survivors to have talked tended. Notwithstanding it to county board has appropriated trary to the principles of a with the President's military often happens that the thing re- five hundred and forty dollars to Government formed for the aide. She and Maj. Butt had ceived by the people and paid the support of the graded school, greatest good to the greatest long been friends. Miss Young for by taxation is not worth the but it does not inform us number and also for the greatest having been a special music instructor to the children of formcost. The people of Adair coun- what will become of the remain- good to the individual. er President Roosevelt. Miss Respeetfully. ty are taxed several thousand der. While I do not accuse any Young said: M. Taylor. dollars annually for the building one of violating the law, I am "The last person to whom I of roads, and under the present bound to say that the only effect Neil. spoke on board the Titantic was management our roads are in as I can see produced by, the paying Archie Butt and his good, brave bad condition as ever before. We in all this money is double taxa- There is a fine prospect for face, smiling at me from the are also taxed three or four hun- -' tion. The longest delinquent list fruit in this community. deck of the steamer, was the last dred dollars annually for the this county has ever produced, Mrs. Mary E. Rose, who has I could distinguish as the boat I purpose of sending a health and the marching of graded officer over the county to fumi- school pupils in double file to do been in verv feeble health this was in pulled away from the gate certain habitations the effect honor to some professional crank winter, i 3 improving- and we hope steamer's side. "Archie himself put me into of which is like the sent of the whose aim is to confuse the public she may soon be out again. Master James Hunter is visit- the boat, wrapped blankets rose, only lasts while they hold mind to the detriment of our around me, and tucked me in as it to their nose. However, it is home colleges and to the disad- ing his father at Gradyville. some consolation to know that vantage of our common school Little Emma Hestand, who has carefully as if we were starting had pneumonia fever, is about on a motor ride. He himself enthis health officer visits the com-mo- n system. tered the boat with me, perform-th- e schools of the county and I learn, too, that the people of over it now. little courtesies as calmly and makes reports of all of the boys this state pay into the state Mrs. M&ttie Hestand and chilwho are absent from school and treasury seven millions of dollars dren, are visiting her sister, Mrs. with as smiling a face as if death was far away, instead of being cannot read, especially those who annually for public school pur- Luther Bell. sit on logs in Glenville district, poses, and out of that sum fifty On account of the mumps, the but a few moments removed from which circumstance doubtless thousand dollars are set apart singing at this place the second him "When he had carefully wraparoused his educatianal desire annually for the support of the Sunday in May has been called ped me up, he stepped upon the thoufor future generations and state university, thirty-fiv- e in gunwale of the boat and lifting cause him to write an article to sand dollars for the support of Little Rena Holladay, who has his hat, smiled down at me. the News advocating a strict Eastern Normal school and been in a serious condition, don't "Goodbye, Miss Young,' he twenty-fiv- e compulsory school law, when thousand dollars for improve very fast. said, bravely and smilingly, we already have a compul- - the Western Norman school at Miss Rosa Bell is helping Mrs. 'Luck is with you. Will you sory school law requiring every Bowling Green, making a total Hill in the millinery businesss at kindly remember me to all the child in the State between the of one hundred and ten thousand Gradyville this spring. folks back home?" ages of seven and fourteen years dollars. Of this amount comMr. Joe Hunter and son spent ''Then he stepped to the deck to attend school not less than paratively few receive any of the of the steamer and the boat I eight weeks each year. This benefits, but it forms a nucleus last Sunday here. Mrs. Vallie Comps is on the was in was lowered to the water. law has been in existance about around which a class of professors It was the last boat to leave the four years and no one has at- assemble who are a burden to sick. tempted to enforce it. In fact the state. As evidence of the Rollin Kinnaird visited his sis- ship; of this I am perfectly cerMr. Harris was right when he fact I learn that under the mana- ter at Sulphur Well last Monday. tain. And I know that I am the last of those who were saved to said. a compulsory school law gement of the state university whom Archie Butt spoke. Ella. would not be enforced in this during the past year it overleap"As our boat was lowered and country and Mr. Campbell was ed its legal bounds to the amount-oDr. Perryman and wife, who left the side of the steamer, Areight or nine thousand-dollarright when he said it was contrary to the principles of the dec and that the Normal school at have been sick for some time, chie was still standing at the rail looking down at me. His hat laration of independance. How- Bowling Green has gone beyond are improving at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCaffey, was raised, and the same old ever, I am not surprised to find its legal bounds to the amount men who drink at the public of seventy thousand dollars in of Coburg, were visiting Mr. and genial, brave smile was on his fountain clamoring for compul- the last two years. All of this Mrs. J. B. Piles last Saturday face. The picture he made as he stood there, hat in hand, sory education and citing Ger- was done by laying down the night and Sunday. many as a proper example for us. bars and admitting' pupils conWheat and oats are looking brave and smiling, is one that will always linger in my memInstead of trying to advance the trary to law. These same edu- fine in this neighborhood. x cause of common schools they cated sharks have succeeded in Mrs. Emma Pendleton, who ory." are advocating a force system as having a law passed requiring has been in bad health for some run by the edicts of Germany. all institute conductors to as- - time,- - is improving. Escapes An Awful Fate. Why not do away With the pres- semble at the state capital in in-- 1 .sv Misses Sallie Robinson, Lona A thosacd tongues could not express convention annual Grant and Sarah Abrell were the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of t, ent Graded school system and the stitute -- e txt i III., for her wonderful deliverance xurxut: Eastern and Western Normal during tne montn vl may j? .!.. visiting Miss Lizzie Abrell Thursfrom an awful. Typhoid pneumonia schools; all of which are a bur- purpose of organization and iyiore day 'night. had left me with a dreadful cough," den to our free school system effective management, and th I had such The drummers called on our she writes Sometimesthought would awful coughing spells I I and to the high schools and col- same law makes it the duty of merchant last week. die. I could get no help from doctor's leges in the various counties of County superintendents to emtreatment or other medicines till 1 used organizers to conduct The singing at Gpodin school Dr. King's New Discovery. But I owe the state and turn attention ploy these house is progressing nicely un- my life to this wonderful remedy for I strictly to the building up and their county teachers Institute. der the management of 3$r S. i!. scarcely cough at all now." Quick and schools This secures to them the institute safe it's the most reliable of all throat advancement of our free and lung medicines. Every bottle state. Consequent Williams. system which reaches the actual work of the guaranteed. 50c and $1.00 Trial botMr. Frank Abrell and wife, of needs of every child in the State ly being emirsaries of the State tle free at Paul drug Co. gospel, throws the University or one of the Normal Russell county, visited at J. B. and like the responsibility where it really be- schools. They take into consi- Abrell 's Saturday night and SunEvidence purporting to show day. longs. As it is, the graded deration the best way to induce that an understanding" existed 'schools are drowning the atten- the County Superintendents to There will be a singing at Good-i- n between the Roosevelt adminisschoolhouse Sunday afternoon tion of those most interested in tal$e part with them in getting tration and the steel trust" was and preaching Sunday night. introduced in the House by the education of their children an over supply of students in the Miss Lizzie Abrell visited her they represent. In this Stanley. - in the country,and those who are schools To My Old Friends. to-d- ay the-cou- nty in-fa- as afaefeKaee&aeK During Year 1912 as 7l MX TS We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List af k as Sid $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly m 7f Courier Journal One Year IN 1S as as as as as as as as as as as Louisville Times and News as x as as as as 7K as. mmm At Lowest Cut A $4.50. as as as p L. c vcrything In The Drug Line Rate Prices Per Box 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- ct Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner " " Laxative Bromo Quinine Singley LaxativeTablets Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets " A.D.S. " " Rexal Nyate. " " " Bottle 50-1- f s Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion " Nyals Cod Liver Oil Wine Rexal " Emulsion " A. D. S. Vinol 3c 00 ,., J.. i " 100 89c 50c " M P It! 83c 83c 1.00 Write us for Quotations CITY HALL PHARMACY, ""JiSi&ESV, U. G. HARDWICH, Pres. J. B. 0CKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZHAN. Sec .. W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 Jo-lie- INCORPORATED 1889 DEALERS IN ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilRTeeNTO-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLC SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBINQWORK SOLICITED' ,fRep-resentati- ve AH Kinds of HHHKMachinery Repaired V - 1 K$4t& n .Vb. fc.t . j f . lX-.'- f 5 " If- -- " Tfl Chronology oF ADAIR COUNTY lNEWS gan & Co. This, firm sent a check for $10,000 as soon as it ' was learned that the Mayor had start- ed a fund Andrew Carnegie gave $5,000 and there were several subscriptions of$1.000 each, The Power of Money. A Pen Picture of Ohrist. the ship, with its tremendous the congregation was dismissed, World's Greatest burden of human lives, in a mad and all went home feeling- they Disaster On the Seas. v dash through the icebergs of the had seen two more enlisted in The following epistle is said to route. Mr. Ismay the great battle for God and have been taken by Napoleon from 1908 Keel of the gigantic ves- Northern the records of Rome when he desel laid at Harland & Wolfe yards might, however, havef had the right. prived that city of so many valumanhood to accept the fate of at Belfast. able manuscripts. It was writShort Stoos. 1911 May 31 Launched and the officers his company's policy ten at the time and on the spot drove to their death along with christened the Titantic. where Jesus commenced his Complete and fully furnished the passengers who trusted to Explorers tell us that there are ministry, by Publius Lentulus, at an outlay of about $10,000,000. the ability of the "line" to nav- valuable coal deposits at the Governor of Judea, to the Senate April 1 Leaves Belfast on its igate safely at high speed. Mr. South pole, not to mention the of Rome, Caesar, Emperor. It trials, which prove satisfactory. Ismay must be a man of singu- ice. was the custom in those days for April 10,noon Starts on maid- larly tough skin if he can enjoy The prodigal son no longer the Governor to write home any en trip from Southampton, to living and being known as a man comes back to share in the fatevent that transpired while he who entered 'a lifeboat along New York, via Cherbourg. ted calf. He prefers to wire for held his office. Aprill4 Sends a routine wire- with the women when Capt. a fraft. Conscript Fathers: In these less warning ashore of the pres- Smith and other brave men had Some think a Chinese wall days appeared a man named ence of icebergs off the Grand the courage to meet death like should be built along the Mex- Jesus Christ who is yet living men. His humiliation should be Banks of New Foundland. ican border, and then let them among us, and of the Gentiles is April 14, 11:40 p. m Titanic hard enough to bear. We for- scrap it out. accepted as a prophet of great strikes an iceberg in latitude 41: bear to call him a murderer, but Another blow to the popular- truth: but his own disciples call if he is not a coward, who is? 16 north, longitude 50;14 west. ity of the turkey trot. A judge him the Son of God. He hath April 14, midnight Carpathia Frankfort News. in Connecticut rules that it is not raised the dead and cured all and other vessels hear Titanic's Longstreet. immoral manner of diseases. He is a call for help. The Pulitzer school of journal- man of stature somewhat tall 12:27 Titantic's April 15, We are having some fine ism has refused to admit women. and comely, with. a ruddy counwireless is put out of commission weather at this time, and the There will, therefore, be no tenance, such as the beholder and flashes given that the boat farming portion of the citizens may both love and fear. His is sinking by the head and wom- of this place are not losing any A Missouri man hit his wife hair is the color of a filbert when en and children are being put off moments, but are pushing along with a pound of buteer. He fully ripe, plain to his ear, in lifeboats. the work with rapidity. seemed to think a soft answer whence downward it is more of April 15, 1 a.m. The first The health of our community would turn away wrath. Orient color, curling and waving news reaches the United States is above the average. Scientists say it' is too cold on on his shoulders. In the middle by way of the Allan Line offices Wheat crops are looking fine Mars to support life. Perhaps, of his head is a seam of long at Montreal, the Virginian re- in this neighborhood. though, the planet is like Bos- hair, after the manner of the porting that the Titanic struck fto corn has been planted yet ton merely intellectual. Nazrite. His forehead is plain an irphprpr that we have heard of. - n nn. Butter can be made directly and delicate; the face without Auril!,!- L.cu a. in. iiiaiuu lo. Mr.E. W. Wall is preparing from grass, says a scientific spot or wrinkle, beautiful with a sinks. sharp, and perhaps it can. We comely red: his nose and mouth April 15, 3 a. m. wireless a nice cottage for himself. are exactly formrd; his beard is Mr. J. D. Robertson has an- have long had apple butter. from the Cape Race station, dithe color of his hair and thick, Massachusetts legislators prorected to the Associated Press other heir at his home. not of any length, but forked. gives the first information of Mr. John Stargle has moved pose a tax of $5 a year on bach A Mexican Holy War. into our neighborhood. We wish elors, and some of them claim the the disaster, April 15, 5 a. m. First sur- to extend him and his family a freedom is worth it. Of course only the most ignorvivors picked up in lifeboats by welcome. A Philadelphia citizen says he greasers" are appealsteamer Carpathia. Mr. W. W. Owens has finished lives on $1 a week, but he does ant class of April 15, noon Reports cur- the veranda to his new house. not say who feeds and clothes ed to by the call for warriors for a hcly war" against the United rent Titanic is still afloat and He has removed to his new build- him in the meantime. States. Holy wars have gone very ing and commenced his old trade that all are saved. The druggist who boasts that good April 15, 7:30 p. m. White breaking young stock to work, he has accumulated 175,000 pre- much out of style. In the Monhammed- Star line offices admit a probable which is a specialty with Mr. scriptions has no statistics to old days of early great loss of life. Owens. show how many of them cured. with the battle axe and scimitar sends by There are two Sunday Schools April In Nyack, which is in New was in fashion, and before that wireless list of survivors, failing in session here each Sunday, at York, not Tasmania or it was fashionabie in many counaccount for about 1,300 perjour-nalette- A well known hotelkeener of New York gave, not long ago, a banquet, at which was displayed and used a service of gold plate, prevent her from sinking, makes valued at $50,000. Someone commented on the costliness of that plain enough. The price of the dinner, whereupon the pro-- 1'600 Iives and $10,000,000 was ' paid or trym to smash a record prietor said: It is only typically American. in waters that are not at aI1 sa?e Tn pip o in w0if h wo r at this time of the year even for the world We have crafts making slow time and expassed that stage in our develop- ercising caution. ment wherein the newly rich In all of the s.tory of seafarj to-da- y. a record," was just the spirit in which an automobile is driven at sixty miles an hour by a royster ing crowd home bound from an restaurant or a That no ship can withstand such a blow as the Titanic received is, and was, perfectly wel1 known to the officers of the company The explanation of how she was struck, and why the watertight bulkheads did not, all-night road-hous- e. s. ' m't.' t Saxe-Meininge- n, to sons, scores of wealthy and Friendship. We like Sunday fices are seeking men to fill prominent people. School, and think it a blessing to them. April 17 Hope given up that any community when conducted A London specialist proposes other vessels have saved any. right. to secure baldness by grafting April 18, 9:30 p. m. Rescue Huxter, Mr. Maupin, has hair on the dome. This will Our New York with hauled off several loads of pro- create a demand for ivory exship docks at 745 passengers and crew, con- duce from this section lately. perts. firming the loss of all others and It is reported that there are A health expert avers that bringing the first details of the several cases of small pox in the standing on the head will .clear Titanic disaster. Fonthill neighborhood. the brain, but too much of it is April 19 United States senate Miss Millie Bernard is visiting likely to develop a race of flat-head- the churches of . Fairview and the best elective of- s. committee begins investigation relatives near Jamestown, this in New York as to the causes of The average base ball . fan .m VVCCW J ,4-tne aceiueiit. Mr. M. H. Bernard and fam- cares not a whit about, the malSenater "Arraigner's" Criticism. ily were visiting his father and efactions of the base ball trust as Mr. and Mrs. A. G. the home team wins a pennant. Rayner, of Maryland, mother, Senator A Baltimore man has just unBernard of this place, last Sunoccupie sa somewhat unique po surgdergone his twenty-fourt- h day. sition among his colleagues as an Mr. Dan Cunningham and Le- ical operation. In one way he is arraigner. He nearqualified to be the village cut-uFoley were with us Sunday ly always takes advantage of the vi An astronomer in that dear Dr. W. G. D. Flanagan, of psychological moment and jumps Paris informs us that the earth into the limelight as a critic of Jamestown, passed . here en- is 100,000,000 years old. What men and events. Albeit bril- route to Fonthill to see small poxi are a few ciphers more or less? liant and capable, he is some- patients one day this week. thing of a "headline" orator. Mr. D. C. Hopper, of Fonthill, Modern court procedure is said to be a joke, but the Joke is on His criticism of J. Bruce Ismay Ky., Mr. Porter Gaskin, of the poor wretch who has not as the man responsible for the Jamestown and Mr. Lawrence enough money to hire a flock of disaster, and a man guilty of Wilson, of Ella, Ky., were here lawyers. wholesale manslaughter is, We last Saturday, on business. With both poles discovered and think, intemperate. Mr. Ismay, We are glad to report that public interest on the wane, it as one of several "men higher most all lines of trade are on a up" was, of course, responsible boom here now, and there seems looks as if our professional discoverers may be forced to go to for the mad "joy ride." The to be no scarcity of money. work. officers navigating the Titantic Preaching last Sunday at were merely men under orders. ( What Tevans Admire rvha romoany rather than Mr. Friendship was conducted by our Ismay the policy of the com- worthy Bro., Rev. M. T. Grimes. is hearty, vigorous life, according to San Antonio. panyand the-- spirit of modern After preaching the congrega- Hugh Tallman. of"that Dr. King's "We New find," he writes, ocean traffic ratker than the tion was invited to the waters Life Pills surely put new life and enerspirit of the White Star Line edge, where the above mentioned gy into a person. Wife and I believe1 pastor so wonderfully immersed they are the best alone, was responsible for the efmadet" Excellent record, and the Mrs. Mary B. Robertson and for stomach, liver or Kidney troubles. fort to break the willingness of the owners to risk MiRS Eller Womack, after which 25cts at Paul Drug Co. J all-around p. In recent centuries not even the Turks have had the effrontery to call a war of invasion or any other kind of war, holy. Our contemporaries' El. Dairie and Del. Negar, who are calling upon Mexicans to fight Americans, are merely endeavoring to incite a mob. It is strange that anyone ignorant enough to a holy war in the twentieth century, or ignorant enough to advocate Mexican war aginst the United States, should be at the helm of a newspaper. The damphool element on both sides of the Rio Grande seems to desire a war that nobody with brains enough to grease the proverbial gimlet, either Mexican or American, desires. Frankfort News. tries. ad-yocate studying the French menu in ing, with its multifarious trag- g despair used to tell the waiter to edies tnere is nothing to him $50 worth of ham and Pare with the throwing away of eggs. And we have passed that i'600 lives and tne greatest ship stage where if a child should in the world by a course just as whisper to its mother, Mamma, culpable as that of a man who Uncle Goldreef eats with his drives nis motor recklessly and is considered, when he hits the knife, the mother would reply; "Hush darling? Your Uncle ditch, to get what is coming to Goldreef is so rich that he canjhim- - But in that case the risk eat with a pick and shovel if he ' was taken y hundreds of pas sengers who did not realize its so desires. magnitude, and who had no control over the manner in which As "Ed" Howe Sqhs Life. uic oiuu tvao uiivciit rxii Ltiau they knew was that they were you get along better aboard a ship believed to be Can't Those'You habituatty wran- - sinkable. Their lives were in gle with? Ever try? the hands of others. To carry , An idealist can fool himself in the joy riding comparison exactly the same way a hundred the wreck of the Titanic was somewhat like the wreck of times." u11 We are all in favor of reform, a big tourinff car f of orphans Jon a Louisville boulevard a year o wi,v Ul, wo UUUUIV, f JUb ; 11UV naw0 uv I ... J IIV. IK or so ago. The passengers, like effect? the orphans, had no part in the In politics, a thing that can be management of the machinery done promptly is placed on the that was taking them to death at table, or ruled out of order, or a criminal rate of speed and referred to a committee. without regard to results. If Abe Lincoln had the right to Sinpp hhf rlavs whfn thp Phoe become the greatest statesman nician mariners crept westward of his time, had John D. Rockalong the coasts of the Mediterefeller the right to become the ranean to the "Pillars of Hercugreatest financier of his time? les" and looked upon what they It may be all right to recall the regarded as the end of the world, Judges; but give us a chance, caution and seafaring men have also, at the vicious clients and been supposed to go hand in lawyers who bring unjust suits hand. Sensible mariners have which result in costs to the pubalways had a wholesome respect lic and annoyance Jto busy men for the power of the sea as a de summoned as jurors. stroyer. Such advances in shipYou can pleasantly speculate building as have been made do and plan for put in not warrant the throwing aside i if practice, win turnout lofall caution and "sp.intmg" very much like tnrough fleets 0f icebergs at the lean get along with nearly speed of a railroad train. And any man until he begins telling! no advance that will ever be that he doesn't care for himself; made will warrant it. that it is the general good he is The wreck does not prove vesseeking. sels of the size of the Titanic With many people opportunity impracticable. It simply proves means no more than a chance to the twentieth century con'earn two dollars a day, providing that test for translantic records on ' they work hard. corn-brin, j j ! j un-wi- th fur?-ther- j - I ;f j j t j j w; " ow to-da- y. j j ; Morgan Gives $10,000. re- A good many of us don't know1 on the "northern route" in the period when the water is made much; that's another trouble. Louisville Times. perilous by icebergs is sheer Not Fool Proof. i ' The New lief fund started by Mayor Gay-nin response to a cable from the Lord Mayor of London, and the fund for the Women's Relief committee had hardly been announced before contributions began to pour in today. Before the day was over $25,000 had been received at the Mayor's office, and between $12,000 and $15,000 at 9 Lexington avenue, the residence of Mrs. Abram S. Hewitt, and in addition to this nearly $7,000 was collected by newspapers, making about '$60,-00- 0 raised during the day frpm various sources. The largest individual subscription's that of J. P. Mor-York, April 19. or madness and murder. The na? tions should protest against it. Frankfort News. year reached the enormous sum of $3,760,562,000, an increase of almost $190,000,000 over last'" year. What a golden opportuni- - . and not court death. The Titan- iy still remains for farmers, to ic's loss, unequaled in dimencultivate more land- y. sions, as measured by the toll of human lite and property in all The J. C. Darnell sale of young of the history of seafaring, was horses and mules at Flemings-bur- g, the end, and not the illogical end totaled $1,750 for the 15 of the greatest joy ride the horses and tljree- mules. Horse3-rangeworld has ever seen. The spirit from $60 to $125 and the-pai- r in which the ship was driven . - The statements of survivors show plainly enough that .the Titanic was simply not fool proof . No ship that can ever be made can be put through the darkness at twenty knots or more an hour in the region of floating icebergs - ; The total value of crops this of mules brought $266 andi into the core, of midnight, and through the icebergs, to smash the mule $60 i . y ,y - I ?ft7 " -- sss- 'y Tfi Ed'Qallahan, at one time Sheriff of Breathitt county, a noted member of the Hargis clan of Published Every Wednesday feudist, was shot twice from ' - - BY THE Saturday while standAfoir County News Company. ing near his store door at (Incorporated.') The wounds are re EDITOR. garded as serious, and Callahan CHAS. S. HARRIS has been conveyed to a hospital Democratic newspaper devoted to the Lexington. of the City of Columbia and the people at ADAIR COUNTS NEWS My ADAIR COUNTY HEWS anj-bush.l- ast sg ' - m JJ - Crock-ettsvill- e. ln-ere- st i The Black Hawk Corn Drill r" m m m xi m A Adair and adjacent counties. Post-offic- "Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. e as sec-s- d Fight between Taf t and Teddy goes lively on. From Taft's headquarters comes the informais only short 70 votes of a nomination. headquarters While Teddy's claim that he is way in the lead, I I I Globe and Calumet Fertilizers WED. MAY., 8. 1912 tion that the President Genuine Brown Cultivators Have Stood the Test of Time Call on ".,, Democratic Ticket. For President OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. having less than 300 votes. Urey Woodson, secretary of the National Democratic ComAnnouncements mittee, in a signed statement, Ml favors the instruction of the Ken- Ml For Congress tucky delegation to the DemoWe are authorized to announce Jack "Xhinn a candidate for Congress in the cratic convention in Baltimore. ffif tighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic'Primary to be held Au- ;jjust, 3rd. The Jeffries Hardware Store Owensby. The House Appropriation Committee reported favorably the joint resolution allowing Sullivan. r for flood sufferers. This is We are authorized to announce A. J. the resolution for which James e Sullivan, of Madison county, a Sherley fought so Congress in this the Eighth and $697,-179.candi-ifiat- t 65 for District, subject to the action of the Democratic primaryjtojbe held August 3912. lllllllliilli The Sunday school is progressing nicely with Mr. Pet Vaughn as Supertendent. ,. Rev. Tarter filled his regular appointment at Bethlehem the 2nd. Sunday and as usual delivered an interesting sermon. After preaching Mrs. Tarter delivered an interesting lecture in behalf of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society. The ladies will meet at that place on the 2nd Saturday evening and organ- the county looking after fat tle last week. cat- born Cct. 16, 1889 and died May 1, 1912, Dirigo. age 22 years, 6 months .3, ia glasses. Eugene Grasham sold a nice the Eighth district, subject to On account of high water we bunch of cat'tle to Mr. 'Caldwell primary to be "the Democratic failed to receive any mail at this for a fancy price. lield August the 3rd next. Mr. place .from last Friday until Mr. Ben Hutchison sold four Sullivan is a lawyer of recognizTuesday. head of cattle to Mr. Burdett of ability, has served his county in ed Robert Cole, Bakerton, was Lebanon for four hundred dollegislative capacity, and filled It is disgusting to read the dirly here last Tuesday buying hogs. lars. many other positions of trust. flings some country editors are While burning some logs a few Messrs. Eugene Grasham and .He is a staunch Democrat, a pitching at Mr. Watterson. Boys, ize a society.. days ago a coal of fire accidental' gentleman cf high character, and he knows more than the whole Mrs. S. E Wolford and little ForeeHood took a nice bunch ly found its way to the interior " has been a success m life, He is of us know put together. Some grandson, Edwin Murray visited of hogs to the Louisville market of R. O. Stotts shoe, and it goes now seeking to represent this paper3 out in the State say he Mrs. Valalria Grider one day last last week. without saying that there was a Messrs. Perry Cundiff and district in Congress, having the must not be allowed to go to the week. lively time iii the new ground solid backing of his home county. Baltimore convention. A few Misses Pearl Murray and Dora Dick Squires were in Greensburg for a few minutes. It burned Before the primary he will visit days after old Hickory died his Conover, of Sewellton, visited last week on business. his foot very badly but he is now Adair county, present his claims his body servant was asked if he Miss Emma Grider from SaturTwo of our boys that' left some e "fay-timable to be about his work again. and, if found worthy, will ap- thought General Jackson went to day until Sunday. ago went to Illinois, Will Tom Patterson, son of Mr. heaven, "I don't know, boss," preciate the support he may Rollin Webb and George hood, Colum-bi'?,vProf. A. H. Ballard, of and Mrs. J. D. Patterson died At this time therace for said the old darkey, "but if arrived home last week and said was in this community one last Friday morning. He had the nomination is a three corner- Mars Jackson wanted to go he day last week. there was no place like old Ken been in school at Columbia I ed fight, with Mr. Helm, the went." Just so as to Mars Hentucky home to them. They like the ' and came home understand Mr. Cris Kearnes and wife present representative, Col. Jack ry. If he wants to go to the Nacountry all right, but the people last Saturday complaining that visited their daughter, Mrs. AlChinn and Mr. Sullivan in the tional convention as a delegate-at-largout there work every day in the Q AUSE AND REMEDYl he did not feel well and the lilliputians will not len Aaron, at Denmark last Sun- week and Sunday to and that field. The latter it is said is not gradually grew worse until the day. only a first class lawyer, but a be able to prevent him. don't suit a Kentucky boy, to Uncertainty of the immediate end came. At this writing I Mr. J. M. Sims sold a sow and "business man of excellent attainwork on Sunday. future is looked upon by many men have been unable to secure full p niTnirc nc n hlnrkade to enter- ments, and desirable social Election of Republican County Corn- - six pigs to Mr. Fount Selby for Mr, Bill Squires was in Cane rfse and' business prosperity, and linformation and will write $10. standing. He will be here with mittee. last Monday and started this blockade is now quite apparent next wegk ., On April 18th, Mrs. Sam Aaron , ,, throughout the channels of trade. n the other candidates, and our nome on me pure, oome wnere Presidential Election; the fgave a quilting, a large crowa the telephone wire was down so T people will have an opportunity of Congress with no fixed efforts There are fifteen vo.ting pre- attended and a nice dinner servbor as new Officers and Public Sentiment. to personally judge the fitness of low it caught on too the torjof his purpose; Organized together a with county, and an ed, and the day en joyably spent. cincts in Adair factor in politics; the men who seek to represent buggy throwing Mr. Squires out. other matters of greater or less It is said that when county officers election for Committeeman in all are backed by public seatiment, that ' Mr. Elihu Collins wife and xj. Via Via1 the district. r. the precincts were held last Sat- daughter visited Mrs. Collins Tf iiv. uu Kaon Afiirinnr " vnnnw itnnnrt. connicr., oi- separate inter- - they can feel more secure in perform- viu """"6 o jrv"& ..r-- - renresent at this time a chaotic While President Taft carried urday with the exception of two parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen, of horse perhaps he would have estg tQ harmonize which is now the ing their sworn duties. I differ with the majority in that respect, from the been killed. problem before the country. Massachetts by over 3,000 votes Harmony .and .Casey Creek. this place, one night last week. ... Peace and fact that when a man comes out for of- ah want Prosperity, over Roosevelt, eighteen of the The following were elected:' Plenty. Read with care the Cin- - ficghe does not inquire anything about ROWES X Roads ' Sunday School was organized cinnati Enquirer, a journal that what the public may desire at that time Clem Burton, East Columbia. thirty-si- x delegates selected are Sunday, all the news each day from because Be is only seeking votes. 1 am fi7vpar; old and this is Pnts J. T. Barbee, West Columbia. at Mt. Vernon the 4th pledged to Roosevelt and eighI want to ask one question. When a commercial center through- with a large enrollmeni and fine the first time in my life that ever of man takes the oath of his office, to well A barometer out the world. teen pledged to Taft. Former J. C. Stronge, South Columbia. prospects. causes and effects that points out and faithfully discharge the duties I saw the first- of May and no President Roosevelt notified the Gradyville, L. C. Nell. as a Beacon Light, the danger and thereof, does that oath make any Irene Misses Lizzie and planted. tvm of "puDhc sentiment?" 1 don't Charley Sanders. . Glensfork, delegates pledged to him that safeguard therefrom. - tnuiKitaoes. Haynea, of Esto, were the guests .men u tnat oetrue. Wnmav) TTinnKlor. Jiorl A known, the uany .un-,1 As il 9Q Egypt, Cortez Sanders. they should vote for Taft, aci -- ! l,n nffininlo JI il"moth- - quirer well tne tlargest Im size auu ure wuubb rf mm ...... -ie uuuuum uunuuuij is Harmony, Quilla Darnell, hold of their aunt, Mrs. Metitia Car- 1912. He leaves a father, cording to the primary instrucgjghgst priced paper in the United the sight of God and man and on their ter, one night last week. - one er,sister, a wife and one States, yet cheapest, measured oy omciai mtesnty to co xneir wnoie aut tions. The delegates favorable over. regardless of outside opinion, Mr. A. Hunn stock trader, of child and many friends behind nualitv and quantity. to Roosevelt declined to take any Little,Cake,.M. L. Burton. h? Weeldy Enquirer, with the:' The statutes of Kentucky provides f Columbia, was in this community him. May God bless all of his cream and digest of all the news, penalty for every known violation law Elroy, Frank Firquin. concerted action as to their poable and conservative editorials,! This thing of permitting men to go last week. ;Ac nA i11B D ; sition, but individually expressed Milltown, C. C. Hindman. market reports, methods and re- -' about the streets drunk, showing their their intention of voting for Casey Creek, L. R. Chelf, hold Mr. Ben Allen sold a horse to at last. Slug from Government and .State ignorance by using their tongues, when but few brains to back what Mr. Lee Lawless for $125. over. Roosevelt. Selby and Hammons, our cat- - Experiment Stations, veterinary they have is pitiable. choice they say, Indeed, to see a matters, People's Forum, , Cane Valley, Irvine Keltner. tie men passed here the other literature, short and continued stor- man with a drink of liRussell Creek. sermons, general quor in him, he ought to be taken in White Oak, Tom Powell. day with a good bunch of cattle ies, At the Quadrennial-Generalinformation, etc. with the exclusion charge and required - to pay the Oscar Sinclair.. for the upper counties. " of the ' Methodist jpJBellyton, of all matts of scandal and irfl. penalty for this violation of the law, so Conference .'The health of this neighborhood Ketlner, Stampa Pickett is today the Cleanest that, he mightiremember the leason in Mrs. Bettie Wolford has got a Church, which cohven-i.'- j: is very good at this writing. Weekly Family Journal obtainable. the future. A ?5Q fine and costs would The Committeemen met in CoMare 18 years old this spring Each issue is alone worth the once do very well for an ordinary drunk, and ed in Minneapolis, a specialcon Most all the people have plantlumbia Monday, 'and after a.con- if such fines were imposed there would that has got her first colt, and it of a year's subscription, ; mitte.e working for the last four ed .out all of heir garden. Solicitors for subscriptions make be less of thatature of violation of the "' "years, recommended that the test or tv Ju.dge W. W. Jones There is plenty of tobacco is a gOOg one, handsome profit and. increase the law going on. ueorge iasuiam nas got tne g00d influence of The Enquirer in If a man ,ia going to get intoxkoted was elected permanent Chairchurch come out squarely in f avKl. C. Winfrey permanent plants in this neighborhood. post office at. Esto. the uplift of morality and industry, especially if he has no sense when be is or of improved conditions for man and and-fo- r the betterment and welfare sober, he ought to be made to get out Secretary, J. C. Strange, Mr. Reed Caldwell, of Taylor Sister Mallie, the daughter of of the community. For terms write of town and out of the sight of dedent del- wage earners. Nearly 1,000 Cincinnati, Ohio, people. county, was through this part of John E. and Elizabeth Selby was to Treasurer. Fred McLean. egates were in attendance. I re-cieve. Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Rich mond, Madison county, is announced in this issue of the News ig candidate for Congress in this The result of Texas primary not settled. Close between Taft and Roosevelt. Woodrow Wilson will have a majority of the Demoqratic delegates, Clark second. The situation in Maryland is about the same as to faft and Roosevelt. Clark le'ading in the Democratic fight. -- Mr. Sam Nat Hancock and partner, eye specialist, was through this part of the county last week fitting tnd selling and 15 days old. She professed I ! a, religion and joined the United Brethren church at Oake Grove. About 8 years ago she was a member of the Oak Grove Sun day school. For the last three years she was confined to her room, for the last 6 months her Every suffering was great. thing that could be done from kind hands was done for her relief. She bade her friends good bye and died happy. Rev. James Sullivan preached her funeral at the Liberty church and she was laid away to rest in the Wolford grave yard to await the great Resurrection when the dead in Christ will arise first, s Father, mother, brothers and sister and many friends weep not, sister MalKe is not dead she has just gone on before. Now let us meet her in heaven as we promised her. Friends keep your promise live for God and to do good. While handling heading blocks J. G. Campbell stuck a splinter in his hand that made a very bad sore. He was unable to work for several days but is about well again. j e, ; V ! , fur-Vall- ey I i ; I . men-co- rn Vis-V- ... L. I 1 9 , - - a,r weak-minde- d non-sectari- an : . -- I - -- . ' The-Enquire- I V ? lxilj ALAiR COUNTY NEWS 5 f- - G. P.'SMYTHE for 8C"9"fr6"Q"8"6"0"0"Q"fr'Q 8 O I ROYAL 1 FIRE INSURANCE and REAL CSTATE 4 g E If J Absolutely Pare Economizes Buffer, Flour, Eggs; makes fhe food more appetizing and wholesome " BAKING POWDER s - ' f I i? M A Quarterly. Meetings J 4 rgfi m !g? Is Kt& The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar l . w M OS 1 I - Wf Quarterl meetings will be he'd at Thurlow, Mt. Lebanon, Saturday and Sunday May 4 and f. . Greenbburg, May o and 0 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. CampbellsvilU Circuit. Miller's Char J el, May 22nd. Gradyville. Pleasant Ridge. May 24th- Cane Valley, Clear Spring, May 25th and 26th. Columbia, 26th and 27th of May 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 caltivate your crops. Give the crops a chance The Oliver No. 1 Cultivator cultivates a 1 1 your land. Docs 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. 0 J ! ) Drop in and see this machine yourself. Now is the time to have your Rubber tires put on. I have fresh rubber, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. made this year, prices lower than ever and am prepared to paint Buggies, also ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. call and get prices and see my work. f Lee Walker is reported R Young, Plff Mrs. John 24-S. P. Eubank. against better. &c Deft. W. E Means and Dr. W. J. Flowers has returned from James Garnett, Plff on Petition g a visit to Monticello. $ against I W. E Means &c Sir. Henry Mullinix, has been quite Order of Sale.' sick for the paot week. By virtue of an order of sale of the A. H. HOLT, Proprietor, VESOTN HOLT, Clerk. Mr. J. B Coffey was in Lexington a a Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the day or two of last week. Sept term thereof, 1911, and a futher WAL-KERMr. E G. Wethington, Clementsville order at the January term, 1912, in the by was here a day or two of last week. above causes,, for the sums of $100 and Mr. W. L. Wilson and wife, Cane interest thereon, from Sept. 27th, 1909, Valley, spent last Sunday in Columbia to the day of sale and $50.00 costs therein to R. Young and the futher sum Mrs. John D. Lowe' was taken quite of $- to James Garnett. and $5.00 Kentucky. ill last Thursday, but has greatly im- costs therein I shall proceed to offer proved. for sale at the Court house door in ColNewly fumisoed and the best accomodations, with Mr. Jas. Alcorn, brother of Mrs. A. umbia, Ky., to the highest bidder at Livery and Feed Stable m connection. New rigs and Hunn, is spending a week or two in public auction on Monday, the 20th day of May, 1912, at one o'clock p. m. or Columbia. Drummer wagons just put in, the public looked after at any and there about, it being the first day of Mr. J. Q. Alexander, and Mr. W. R. all hours. When in Jamestown your patronage solicited, rales upon a credit of six n traveling men, were Circuit Court, Lyon, months, the following described properreasonable. Before you hire livery elsewhere come and see us. here last week. ty towit. Mr. A. H. Holt also conducts a general store, and deal A certain tract or parcel of land lying Mrs. Coy E. Dudgeon and children, Campbellsville, visited relatives in Co- and situated in Adair County, Ky., on Phone in Store and Hotel Ofri ce. in staves. the waters of Harrods Creek, and lumbia last week. bounded as follows towit on the North Dr. H. B. Simpson and Mr. G. W. ' by the lands of William Gibbon's and Dillon, Breeding, were here the first Anderson Branham, on the East by the S of the week. ! lands of Mose Stewart, on the South Mrs. Mary J. McClain, who was by the lands of R. T. Baker and on the quite sick several days of last week, West by the lands of William GibWHY NOT MAKE has greatly improved,. A MONTH bon's. a ! For the purchase price the purchaser Mrs. M. E. Marcum, who has been 9 IJUJA 3S0.00 a STO.00 Day victim of Rheumatism for the past with approved surity or securities must execute Bond bearing legal intrest three months, is improving. Selling Victor Safes and to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentistsboxes and y Miss Vister Royse, of Garlin, and from day of sale until paid and having farmers, all of whom realize the need the force and effect of a judgment. of a safe, but do not know howeasyitistoown Miss Lillian Bryant, Neatsburg, visited one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of Bidders will be prepared to comply the best, clean-cu- t opportunithe News offie last Friday. ties oyer received. Without previous experipromptly with these terms. You can duplicate the success of others. ence Mr. John McFarland, a prominent citi- W. A, Coffey Master Commissioner, Our handsomely i.lustrated ..... vu.iuic juu iu jifffeus, me FiibjPCE catalogzen of Rownea, spent Saturday night to CUSAdair Circuit Court. toners In a& ints.reii i nun u th though ou wore piloting them tiirouRli our factory. a Men appointed as and a part of Sunday in Columbia. Micsm n receive advice and instructions fnr rpIIhh. cnL ..i..4 ittl!,S Point which it is lmpo-ibl- e lor a Mr. Dan T. Curd, popular salesman Announcements fo L W. T. S. YOU )e the lirst to apply from your Jclrlty before someone elatettotonltorv? U favor only one salssuua out of !i locality. for .7. M. Robinson, Norton and Co., The 25th annlverary of our Commencement. visited merchants in Adair county last company was celebrated by erecting the most modern safe week. t ii V factory in, the world. WideField Day Friday, May the 10th. awake men who received our St Mrs. James Garnett has returned to 'VS Junior Recital Monday, May 13th. special selling Inducement, rendered it necessary to double Frankfort. Her brother, Mr. Paul TKT 9tVMm . Piano Recital Thursday evening:, - .J our output. We are sppnaitig LtAtJhWiTfcSSSSaSS:uvi Varderman, accompanied her to Camp- May 16th. many thousands of dollars enlarging our sales organization, bellsville. Musical Friday evening, May 17th. but to learn all particulars, it will co- -t you nly the price of An Evening of Plays Saturday evenMr. John Gupton, of Green county, a postal card. is lying very low. His danghter, Mrs ing, May 18th. Ask for Catalogue 16T. ' ' Sermon Sunday, Commencement city, left for his bedJ. P. Beard,-thi- s H May 19th. side this morning THE VICTOR Graduating Exercises Monday, May Mr. Clarence .Tackman, who has been 20th SAFE & LOCK' GO. in Louisville and other points for the past two months, returned home last $ Our New Home, Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. GINCIKNiTI, OHIO Try our Pneumatic Cleaner $1.00 Thursday night. Reed Hardware Co. per day. Mrs. Sam Lewis left Friday after Now is the time to yet rid of you LOUISVILLE noon for Elizabethtown where she will Chickens MARKETS ; rheumatism. You can do it by apply Cocks visit her daughter, Mrs. Leo Ba'dauf, ing Chamberlain's Ljniment and Masfor several weeks. '' 8 Turkeys saging trie part-- , freely at sach applica- Latest Quotations on Live StocK k Black and wife, of tion For sale bj Paull Drug Co. Rev. Geese Hatcher, were in town r'riday, en route 9 Ducks " home, from a visit to Mrs. Black's parWool spring clipping. 10 18 . For Sale Good white and yellow CATTLE 'rtides (green) 8 ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Haynes, seel corn $1.00 per bu. Shipping steer $7.007.50 Montpelier 42 1912 John N. Squires. Beef steers. ..." 1912 Season 5.506.50 Feathers Ginseng 4 00 Mr. W. B. Patteson, who has been Fat heifers and cows 3256.00 doing special revenue service, located Beeswax 25 Cutters 2.5o3.00 Canners at Bardstown, returned hoipe last 2.003.00 Yellow Root 5Q . Bulls Thursday, and will be off duty for a .2o5.00 May AppMper lb) o Feeders while. 4.25o.75 va?' Stocker's S.755.50 Dr. W. C. Keene, of Burkesville, 35.00-45.- 00 Choice milch cows. f Nat Brown. who was Mrs. John Lee Walker's phyCommon to fair cows . . . sician before her marriage, oame to S& HOGS Columbia last Thursday to see Mrs. This fine combined saddle and harness down the throat of a "gapey John Lee Walker and to consult with Choice 210 up - . . 1I stallion will make the present season chlctea destroys the worm Dr. C. M. Rusell, who is attending Mediums,.165 to 210. 7,65 at my stable IJ miles south of Milltown and saves the chicle's life. A her. ....T... few drops la the drinking watet Pigs 6.50 ' at $10 to insure a Jiving colt He is a Roughs 7.00 gran(j Son of old Nat Brown and out of CURES and Miss Mabel Atkins will leave this ' an English draft mare. He is unexcell PREVENTS GAPES SHEEP AND LAMBS morning for a point in Texas where she white diarrhoea, roup, cholert being, so kind and ed in disposition, will teach music. She is talented and a Best lambs 5.00 6.00 and other chick diseases. gentle that any lady or child can ride lady of excellent character, and yornj Culls 3.005.00 or drive him with perfect safety If Bottle of One there is not a doubt but Bhe will make Fatsheep! . . .'. S.00-4.0-1) vou want to breed to the best don!t good. We trust that her stay in Texas tllK , .fail to see this horse. GRAIN, will be both pleasant snd profitable. This Great Jennet Jack is a great Jack in size, qualify and ' breetfog, ' .fuJl' At the same place I will stand Jack 12 Gallons of Medicine. Makes Wheat. '?'4.Chinn, one of the 'best Tcnown Jacks in 16 hands standard measure, will weigh 1130 pounds, black' with white poJ & Mr. Owsley Ritchey and wife, should fceep a bottle oi Every poultry raiser :us on hand. Write for free sample 50 Adair county. Fee 6.00 Was sired by 16 hand registered Jacks on both sides. He, vill serve mares L . Burkesville, arrived in Columbia last this medicineon -- Diseases of Fowls." Address Corn. . v ' and Booklet J. 'C. Browning. Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Ritchey $10 to insure a living foaL . No Jennets bred till June 15. Jennets bred on s iODRHN REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington, ft. Cocal MarKefcr " ,' n borne Saturday, but his wife returned terms as mares Pasture, for Jennets after June 15. SI per month. week or ten days with will remains Sold by iim'JM. Vw,Geo. Y; v-Mrs. John Lee Walkher sisttr-in.la" r 13 For Sale One good work horse Eggs. PRULL DRUG CO. er, who has been quite ill, but who is " Metcalfe County, Ky. Call at News office. Centre, Ky. Hens. 8 Columbia, Ky. -. ... better at this writing. Personal 8 St 9"68$fi4a$49 R,eed Hardware Company. t Q""Q"S"64S"e"9S" V. L. . I $& New Moddels in American Corsets so.d Lady -- Hot Hotel Jamestown, -- first-cla- ss well-know- $200.o - That' Weekalmost a flre-pro- of well-to-d- o money-mnkin- K SiO-pag- o !V pro.-pecti- ve tn c T ' " " . i1 " - "T 'Ulull gZr WS- --- J. ' ysgwisHw ONE BOP BLACK DIAMOND, No. 3610 t ...'... 15.00-35.0- 0 -- BourbonPoultryCure 50c ..... is - . ,P r " 526t -- r:-. -- w, ', Thompson, - J &is.4p: " ZJfr' tTJF rj rv-- r(V rj ewt THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS Humble. CiSfcl The Peevish Child . Needs a Laxative It Tlay and when It sulks drowsily or something cries you may depend on Ityou see no physical is the matter. If evidences of a serious ailment you will give a not be wrons if you quietlyeveningit on dose of mild laxative that .putting it to bed. generally recomCald--well- LOCUST - GROVE - STOCK - FARM Is natural for a child to laush and plete After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. satisfaction In the morning. The remedy most 's mended for this purpose is Dr. Syrup Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of families are using it where hundreds used it then, and there must be good reason for this word of mouth recommendation. It Is admittedly the perfect laxative old for children, women,gentle people and all bowel stimuothers who need a lant and not a violent salt, cathartic pill or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will act gently, and when taken . before retiring will bring com- - All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among Miss Ova Popplewell is visit- the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without incf ner pidte. Parents at rVuc nlnpp it are Mrs. J. W. Haynes. Brady. Ky., and Mrs. E. L.. Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St., f7 n (V IS Mrs. ZOra LiOItey, 01 Um), ic Owensboro. Ky. A dose of it has saved many a person iroui a. serious illness. ..visiting her mother this week. Anyone wisning to maice a iriai 01 wis remedy before buying it in the regular Mrs. Martha Flanagan of Ono, ' way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a' jarge bottle (family size) can is visiting her son, T. D. Flanahave a dimple bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., gan of this place. Monticello, III. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. Webb has returned Wheat crops are looking fine. The farmers have taken advantage of the pretty days in farming. Mr. S. W. Wilson made a business trip to Dunnville last week. PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak f cr 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by ' DR. KING'S New Discovi Mrs. j r 1 1 J. E. SI. 00 50c AND 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS, Cox, Joliet, m t f r t C. D. RA.VE3ST BIRD Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at my Bam. RAVEN BIRD Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he byKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 6 years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as many show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worthy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al Miss Tina home from Esto. Wade passed Mr. Dallas through here Monday on his way to Decatur. Mr. T. D. Flanagan is doing good business at this place. Mr. Charley Hammons of Russell Springs, passed through WJjjjffcSg mz Special TMft - r, r - - m ' - Attnetin lo Eyes UlUiiilliliiliiiiiiillliliiiiiiliiiilliiiiltllilillliiUiliiliiiUiiil S 3 All 1 Woodson Lewis I g here Tuesday. L. E. McKinley of Dunville, passed through here with a nice lot of poultry. Vester. Mrs. Josie sick. Mrs. Cowens is quite Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. 0NBURK5V1LLE Joseph f H. Stone, w Attoney-AMa- The great Green River, Merchan- 1 dise Distributor, has just Received a 1 Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- in a Shoes &c. Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : S. J. Dooley and Mrs. Jamstown, Kentucky, f 3 3 - Kate Sutton spent Tuesday night with Mrs. M. W. Smiley. Mr. J. 0, Smith is visiting his Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. sz daughters in this community. Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Mrs. Sarah Curry and daugh Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. Which he is offering at Popular prices. ter, Mary, spent Saturday with 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red. Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington'Denmark 64. Mrs. Cordie Goodin. 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist j 50 Siiits carried over at one Third off. Mr. V. B. Smith, wife and litis a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 15 hands high. You tle son, Dennis, were visiting will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions s Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar at Mrs. Dooley 's Saturday and in Kentucky. He is individual and in every way as good -$6.25 Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Sunday. as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to- double and single har 4.75 s Best Pattent Flour per bbl Rev. Jim Burton preached a ness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high 4.25 E very interesting sermon at Bear class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place Second Pat. him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle hors E Wallow last Sunday. both Guaranteed to es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to in-- r Lard and Flour 3 ' There will be preaching at sure a living colt. EE give Satisfaction, wire and wire ' E Bear wallow the first Sunday in Marion fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay 2 May. They will also preach the j Marion is a black Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands E you to consult me before buying. funeral ot Mrs. Richard Burton high, extra good length, heavy bone and fool, good head and ears. E 2 Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers who has been dead for some He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features 5E atrprices that defy competition and of a first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most time. , E excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. 2 that will give You satisfaction. Buy The above described stock will do service at my barn in Er your Fertilizer from me and you will HENRY Edith. Why Not nd Read - . The I Courier j Journal? , WATTERSON always know what you bought. 1 Have a Full Stock of I Farmers are busy with their crops, not much corn in this neighborhood has been planted yefc- - 3 3 EH '" ii Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, r SS j i John, the little son of Mr. Kinch Jones has got well again. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to other stock,- traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. - Editor. We Can Furnish You The Adair County News and the. A. S. CHEWNINQ, 2 Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH IYIE? Smith and Mr.' Estel and Ella May Spirres, were the guest of Miss Ula Sanders last Saturday night. The Sunday School is progressing nicely at Spout Springs. Mr. Owen Burton was Knifley one day last week. I Miss Bettie Columbia, Kentucky. t at ieiK Attention! m mwmmmmm Weekly Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mrs. Anna Young was on the sick list a few days of last week. Mollie Brown, of Acton, visited The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY.I at Mr. Kinch Jones one day last week. Mrs. Kate Knifley has been sick buc is some better. Mr. Willie Evan has been sick but is able to be out again. J This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to U ' The News, Columbia, Ky. ffifflfflnffliifflmnnifflwniminfflfflniimnnimnniimmK j k Mr. Sam Bottom, of Knifley, left for 111., last week. Daily Mr. Henry Raus, of Campbells-- I ville, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Courier-Journ- al Alice Sanders, this week. Smith Chapel. Miss Minnie. Knifley was shopKnifley- one day last Representative A. O. Stanley t Chicago's police force lately ping in The people in this neighborWashing- - developed the fact that it had a week. issued a statement in hood are nearly ready to plant Miss Bettie Smith and .Ella coru. ton, declaring that the enemies member who indulged in the ecof Speaker Clark are organizing centricity of always paying for May Spirres were in Pellyton Wheat is looking fine in this afield" against him and calling his drinks and cigars. He was per- - last Saturday. section. his Kentucky opponents to mitted to resign, as such unpro- - Miss Mary Jones is in the Sipon T'. F. Corbin has put up a . name a man whom they regard business with Miss Gertie likely to OTq; blacksmith shop at this place, so V, icjuun vouur, fessional rconduct is not Murry at Edith. spread. he invites the farmers to give date. The Adair County News and Both one year $4.00 j MMwmimm m mmmmmmm him a call. Mr. Richard Corbin, of Plum or Sunday Courier Journal. ComWrite Courier-Journpany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the al Courier Journal. There never wa? a time when people - j ' j mil-line- ry Mrs. Bettie Bennett and children spent a few days of last week with relatives at Cane Valley. . u. neinoi J ' appreciated the real merits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by the increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from persons who have been cured by it. If' you or your children are troubled with a cough cold give it a trial and become acA large crowd attended Sun- or quainted with its good qualities.- - For-sal- e by Paull Drug Co. day school at this place Sunday. Point, visited his mother, and Sunday. Sat-urd- ay THE ADAIR COUNTY, NEWS' Rice; of Taylor county, were What Did They Have? here on husiness last week. Our farmers are making rapid Miss Montra Thomas, of near They hadn't enough life boats progress toward farming since Milltown, was here last Wednes on the Titanic. the warm days have come. day. They had no extra lookouts as Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phin, of the Messrs. Joe Irvin and P.. W. they neared the ice fields. Pickett commuriity, was visiting Cundiff, of Camp Knox, were They didn't have discretion at Mr. W. S. Pickett's last Sat- here last Thursday. enough to slow down when urday night. W. 7 THE Pyrus. Are You Nervous? It is the weakness of your cannot stand the strain of the womanly constitution, which hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps tnem to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the iource of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. What makes you nervous? LOUISVILLE TIMES .FOR 1911 CARDUI I Feese 'purchased himself warned of danger. Mr. J. A. Salmon, the insura fine Motor Cycle last week. And now it appears that the ance agent was working in our C. R. and R. T. Dudgeon put men in the crow's nest, upon community this week. a gasoline engine in their wash- whose ability to see theKpossible Mr. Allen Walker, of Columbia, passed through our com week. munity with a niee bunch of ing machine Woman'sTonfe Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist 64-pa-ec sheep last Thursday. Mr. C. W. Keltner and family spent the day at Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Keltner's last Sunday. Mr. W. S. Pickett taken our school list this week, he reported 64 scholars in our district this year. Aunt Emily Nelson, of Bassie, is very low at this writing. Rev. Joe Firkin passed through our communtiy Monday on his It wobld surprise you to know of the Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40--1 return from filling his regular great good that is being done by Tablets: Darius Downey Chamberlain's appointment. Dr. James Triplet! of Newberg Junction, N. B. writes. My Died on the 21 of April, aunt wife has been using Chamberlain's Taband lets and finds them very effectual Dentist. Willie Kemp a very old and well doing her lots of good." If you have respected lady of our community. any trouble with your stomach or bowels JEFFRIES BLOCK Aunt Willie was loved by all who give them a trial. For sale by Paull KENTUCK1 COLUMBIA Drug Do. knew her, and if she had an enemy no one knew of it Her death was due to old age. Her funeral was conducted by her paster, Rev. Pangburn. Her remains were laid to rest at Pick-ett- s Chapel cemetery, by the 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD side of her husband who proceedWe will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as Jong ed her years ago. It can be as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights truly said a good woman has and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. gone from us, she has paid the 58 INCH debt that we all owe. VSrilt to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooea Medldae Co.. Chattanooja. Tenn.. book."Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 50 Special Instructions, and for ELLWOOD WIRE FE;ip 50INCH TTvTwwnTikW Kentucky Fair Dates, 261NCH JllMMSnJjnWMSMSSTSJSlllSn) kit' ffitiiiiiii .L '.L'lH L !" Harrodsburg 2. July 30-Aug- ust last perils ahead dependedjthe safeBRIGHTER, BEITER, ty of over 2,000 souls, were not BIGGER THAN EVER even provided with fpinoculars. Rowena. THEJREGUURIPRICE OF These essential aids to vision were taken from them .as soon Cumbarland river is out of her as THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the vessel left Southamton. banks and is still rising. What dirj they have on the TiThe rain on the night of the IS A YEAR. tanic? 26 raised the river fast and just They had a gymnasium and a as the time had run out for it to IP YOU WILL SEND Y0URe0RDEk quit rising, there come another swimming pool and smoking rooms and music salons, and hard rain on the night of the TO US, YOU CAN GET 2,000 unprotected lives. 28, and started the river to rising again, causing much damage THE ADAIR COUNTY "Rotten." to the farmers on the river. i Lots of land that was just ready NEWS to plow, is now covered in water, The disclosures with regard to fences gone which will cause a the news of the AND Titantic disaster great deal of work before the having been kept bottled up upTHE LOUISVILEE crop can be planted. Lots of on the Carpathia at the orders of lumber, staves, cross ties and saw some one sending messages from logs, are being floated down the TIMES the Marconi office will cause inriver, some families have to get dignation all over the country, out of their dwellings and hunt The New York World BOTH ONE YEAR had a retheir land. All the rolling land porter on the Titantic returning that was plowed up is washed from an European assignment FOR ONLY very bad. wno wanted to send nis paper a Mr. Attis McFarland, county story, But the New York World THE LOUISVILLE TIMES court clerk, visited relatives on was denied the news, and the the best afternoon paper prin- Cumberland river on the 28, with story was subsequently sold in' the intention of staying a week, New Yorkto the New York Times zee anywhere. but he informed the .writer by We recall no instance of such conHas the best corps of corresphone that he was going back duct upon the part of any compondents. on the 30, that he could not go pany or anybody. The world around to see his friends and was entitled to the news vat Covers the Kentucky field perrelatives on account of so much once. Frankfort News Jour- fectly. high water. nal. Covers the general news fiel6 department $5.00 $4.50. ; VMSMmL Mt. Sterling July Georgetown July 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- Fih, 3. The Flies. ust 'II ft 'TTh' TiT.Mnrrn ii in inrlri wrtrnnimi r il Itii ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN SIX HEIGHTS Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. I they congregate and feed. Use SEND YOUR SUBSCR1P-T10- N fresh slacked lime freely where the debris has been thrown durRIGHT WAY ing the winter. It is cheap and does the work. Use all known The Demonds of theSwgmp Hatcher. applicances to kill flies when are mosquitos. As they sting they put they come in swarms. If every- deadly malaria germs in the blood. body will fight the flies from the Then follow the icy chills and the fires Farmers of this community of fever. The appetite flies and the start, the next door neighbor strength fails; also malaria of the often paves are USt getting in a good way fight them will not be the way for deadly typhoid. But Elecwho does plowing their ground for corn. Fourth District Convention, to be Held at Monticel- annoyed by this neighbor's flies. tric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria Bowling Green September germs from the blood; give you a fine lo, Ky.', May 24-2Beginning Friday It takes a united effort to get appetite and renew your strength. Turner Bros., have sold their rid of them. It has been done "After long suffering,, wrote. Vm stock of goods to a man by the Tompkinsville September Evening at 7:30 Fretwell, of N. for the Panama Zone and can be bottles drove Lucama,malariaC, "three name of Abbock, of New MarSanders September all the from my insystem, and I've had good health ever ket. Mr. Abbock, we are done here by a unitea effort, Monticello September 7:30 Song and Devotional A. H. Baugh since." Best of all stomach, liver and formed, has had quite a good Newport September C. W. Harrison 7:45 Address of Welcome kidney ills. 50 cts at Paul Drug Co. deal of experience in the merTwelce Years Added to Life. Horse Cave September by the President 8:00 Address cantile business, and we all in- Morgantown September 9:00 Appintment of Committees Prices of cattle and hogs are tend to eive him our trade. The astounding and gratifying advancing and this means higher! SATURDAY MORNING Hayis seUing. for $L40 per Lexington October 912. fact is claimed that in the last prices for pork and beef. Why hundred; corn 75 cents. 8:30 Workers Conference, the Bible School and Missions Mayfield October half century an average of 12- not plant a few acres of your Mr. John Chart, formerly of 9:15 Song and Devotional Led by School years has been added to the per - icotton ian(j inpeanuts, cowpeas, Will J. Sapp, 9:30 An A. B. C in Session W. J. Clark Cane Velley. iod of human life. Since the soy beans, rape, etc., get some Indiana, bought of ' ;'Front Rank Standard" 0:00 New Points of Emphasis in 19 2 first actual record were taken in good breeding stock ' and raise 57 acres of land, for $1,500. Will Sapp bought the old home State Worker, H. W. Elliott Miss Mattie Callison who has New York City in the middle ,10:45 Address hogs? It is certainly cheaper to place and mineral well of M. L. 11:15 The Convention Year Bible School Campaign . W. E. Frazee been visiting her sisiter, Mrs. O. sixties the rate of mortality has raise your own bacon than Howard, and intends to have the W. McAllister, in Mo., returned been reduced from 35 deaths in 11:50 Announcement of Committees cotton to pay for it. water analyzed, and if it proves home last Saturday. AFTERNOON SESSION each 1,000 inhabitants to about to be of any medical use, will Coy E. Dudgeon and family 15, 16. This reduc don has result1:30 Business Session, (a) Sect's Report, b) Commilte Reports A lecturer in Philadelphia has probably start a health resort F. J. Barger, A. H. Baugh who have been making their ed from the control of infectious been advising mothers to teach 2:00 The Front Rank, or Light Bearing Church next year. W. J. Clark home in Campbellsville, for the disease. The saving thus made their girls how to flirt. This is 2:45 The A. B. C Service Mr. W. B. Burdick and family General Discussion past twelve months, returned relates only to the period of life the sort of theorist who wants 3:30 What Must We Do to will remove to Louisville the There is no Tobias Huffaker to their home at this place last under 50 years. 4:00 The Bible School and Temperance paint the lily, show a duck how 10th of May to make that 'their Saturday, saving knowledge regarding the EVENING SESSION swim see perform other work future home. Miss Ada Sublett who has been organic diseases of advancing Desciples, or Christian Church, Which? 7:30 The J. Q. Montgomery illustrative of the J. T. Campbell sold one span' 8:00 The A. B. C. and the Kingdom, Steropticon Lecture 'W: J. Clark teaching in Ga., returned home years, which afflict especially of energy. of coming 2 year old mules to those who have been active in last week. X SUNDAY MORNING Ruby, Dudgeon, for $300. Mrs. Alice Hendrickson was affairs, and who are taxed with And now they say that Robert 950 Model Bible School Gowdy & Sapp bought 3 mares Louisville last week to large responsibilities. Louis Stevenson's genius was the 10:4 Address "The Call of the Christian Ministry" . Pres. R. H. Crossfield called to sec her grand daughter, Miss Communion Service. Convention Offering result of bacteria in his blood. from J. R. Davis for $415. Lame back is usually caused by Alice Hopewell, who is seriously rheumatism of the mucles of the back, Agbodjmany of the present day AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSION John Chart bought of Woodi for which vou wili find nothing better Buchanan one Jersey heifer foe 2:00 The Afternoon and Evening Program will be given to Mrs. Yancy, in sick with typhoid fever. authors should hasten to get 116 DEHLER BROS., East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Prog ram 6, . Berea Fair August Versailles August Mt. Vernon August Vanceburg August Litchfield August Brodhead August Lawrenceburg August Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 Hardinsburg August Columbia August Fulton August London August Franklin August Barbourville Fair September 1-- 3. 7-- 9. 7-- 9. 14-17. One fly killed early in the sea-o- n will go far toward their elimination. Clean up the back yards, the stables, the garbage cans, the kitchen and all places where 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. Currencities is a new disease discovered among the women clerks of the United States treasury. It was found to be caused by the shining of so many gold and silver pieces. It is not thought the disease will spread from the compulsory gaze of the general public upon so much accumulated wealth. completely. ' Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, bull fair to everybody. 20-2- 2, 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1. i 4-- 6. 4-- 7. 4-- 7, 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. 19-2- 1. 9-1- 2. - 1 1 pro-'du- ce non-conservati- on . t i Behalf of the C. W. B. M. Work I - . Messrs. Jas-Hearo- n and Jas E. than Chamberlain's sale bo Paull Drug Co. ' Liniment. For $50.' ' "' V xr t 1 ; - & "tf y. 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyvillc. v' MR. PROPERTY OWNER-Stop- ! Consider! Why hot use the' best possible when YOU pay the bill? Uncle Lewis and John Moore, --.of Weed, spent aday or so here ilast week. Mr. A B. Pulliam and wife, of Nell, visited the family of Mr. J. D. Walker one night last week. Mrs. C. 0. Moss and Mrs. G. W. Pangburn visited in Columbia - a few days of last week. J. F. Pendleton and J. A. Diddle were at Greensburg a day or so of last week. Messrs. George Keltner and Allen Rose, of Keltner, were in our midst last Wednesday. Mr. Amos Keltner has been on the sick list for a few days. We are glad to note that'Mr. J. D. Walker, who has been sick for some time is improving. y Quite a number of extra fine mule colts in this section this season. Buyers for mule colts would do well to look this way. Miss Bettie Smith has the most young chickens of any one we have heard of in this community Her number at the present is one hundred and fifty, some thing like one dozen hens that will hatch in a few days. Our merchants, doctors and farmers and their wives and children are lining up on the creek these warm days after fish and they have been very successful. Rev. John Roach, of East Fork called in to see us one day last week. We are always glad to see the preacher as he is good . - ple than W.L. Winters. But to the surprise of the directors he tendered his resignation, on the grounds, that he had been offered a larger salary. There could be no inducement brought about to get his services longer than Aug. 1st. When Mr. Winters leaves we assure him that he will leave with the best wishes of every directdr and stockholder of this bank. The directors at once procured the services of Mr. C 0. Moss, a man, who was born and raised in this community, a man that everybody has the utmost confidence ,in, a man of fine business capacity. We want to congratulate this board of directors in being so fortunate in procuring the servi ces of so worthy a man as they did. Eli. ness trip to Plum Point a few' """Tr- days ago. Miss Zella Eastwas the guest , of Misses Emma and Clara Robertson Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dempsy Rice, ' Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Feese and lit-- , tie daughter Lou, were visitors at Mrs, Amanda East Sunday. Rev. Wyatt Montgomery will commence a protracted meeting at Egypt on Monday night after the 3d Sunday in May. mmmmmmmmmm ' i - , I E, m4fflCn- I. , ii:J 1- -4 w ill .1H NUflUnffi mfj Yn AW Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE Young passed' through here en route to Mr. Jno Arnolds a few days ago. Sunday School organized at Mr. J. H. fhic nlnpp n i shorn fimp arret is! progressing nicely with good at- i iriy I nil M8 Ilia 111 ISii yM .0 & 1SIE3 'KlH I I "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT FOR SALE BY iMde to.Wear" tendance. Mr. Tyler Grant failed to reach Knifley on account of high wa- til DR. THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE HUBBUCii BROS, ter. ' J. N. IURRELL, 10 11' k WELLENDORFF Messrs. Mat and Ingram RobDENTIST community ertson were on Rolling Fork on Office over The health of the office piioxe ISKrf. J. IN". PAGEV business a few days ago. is very good at this time. DRUG STORE The readers? of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling Nearly every one is about Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sherrill were Floor Coverings of All Kinds ready to plant corn as soon "as it at Delaney Robertson Sunday. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Have been greatly enhanced, More space is devoted quits raining. to the practical display ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT immense stocks of Poor appetite is sure sign of impaired C. Stephens is in the hog and ) W. B. Yates plff digestion. A few doses of Chambeagainst cattle trade, having bought rlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wil Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Samuel E Yates & Df ts ) about 100 hogs and 50 head of strengthen your digestion and improve By virtue of a judgment and order of your appetite. Thousands have Keen cattle, paying different prices. sale of the Adair Circuit Court render A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for benefited by taking these Tablets. ed at the January term thereof, 1912, inf the showing of H. Dunbar bought a 2 year old Sold by Paull Drug Co. the above cause for the sumof$2"0 mule from M. R. McQueary, with interest thereon at the rate of six Lace Curtains and Draperies per cent per annum from the first day paying $80, and traded same to Keigp. of January, 190S, until paid subject to a W..E. Irvin, of Fonthill, for a credit of S73 paid thereon on the first Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our Posey of this place, day of January, I909,and S26.65 costs of Mr. J. W. bay mare, getting $22.50 in the Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our this action recovered by J. E. Gowdy big live store. will soon have his house complet- against two trades. Thomas. Pulliam and W. B. Yates, and 2500 with interest thereon We understand from cal talk ed. at six per cent per annum from the Hubbuch Bros. & Weliendorff, that there are about 12 or 14 Mr. Allen Parson bought of first day of April, 1909, until paid and Incorporated cases of small pox in and around Mr. O. D. Parson a milk cow $44 costs recovered at said term by W. B. Yates against Samuel E. Yates. I Fonthill, and also learn that the for $20. 522 and 524 West Market St. shall proceed to offer, for sale at the company. medical board have flagged them Wheat crops" are looking fine court nousejdoor in Columbia, Ky., to the Louisville, Kentucky. highest bidder at public auction, on ought to have been in this community. The .few tlays of hot sunshine in, which Monday the 20th day of May, 1912 at last week got a move on our done a month ago. Mr Chatman Pickett and Lula or.e o'c ock p. m . or thereabout being 0y Uriah Mitchell, of Sunshine, Pickett were visiting in Green the first day of circuit court upon farmers and by the way there of six months the following described was considerable corn put in the W. H. Hopper, of Irvin's Store cunty last Saturday night and property In satisfaction of the ground and great preperation and J. W. Mitchell, of Avis, have Sunday. W. B Yates against Sam judgment of uel E. Yates, alone, one tract'of land go in, in the all applied for our school at Freemade for more to Mr. George Stults was visiting consisting of acres and lying in Adair next week if the weather will dom, and after taking a vote his sister, Mrs. Orr, one night county, Ky., on the road from ColumWholesale and Retail bia to Crocus road and adjoining the only admit. over the district, it was decided last week. lands of John Young the Methodist Messrs. W. R. Lyon, Will Hill, that Uriah Mitchell was to get Mr. O. D. Parson, Mr. R. E. church lot, Jo G. Turner. W. M. Keith, Dan Curd and Heck Judd with the school if the educational Pickett and Mr. Allen Parson VV.H. Hamon.and being the same lands upon which W. B Yates now resides, or All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds .several other traveling men made board contracts with him, which are running a new telephone a sufficiency of same to satisfy his said Columbia, Kentucky. our town last week and we take we hope they will do, as he is a line to their homes, and will judgment againstS E.Yates and to satisu fy all of the above sums of money orit that they all had their share very efficient teacher, and we soon have it completed. dered to be made Three certain tracts know he will give entire satistrade. of the Russell creek has been on a of land situated in said county, on Petfaction, i tis Fork, which lie totether and make Mrs. James Tutt, Jr., and her boom this week. one tract and contains 182J acres more H. Dunbar, wife, and son, Ar-li- s, sister, of Milltown, were in our Mr. Elmer Rodgers, of Camp- or less and adjoins the lands of Robert Johnson, Loy and others and is what is visited the former's brother looking midst one day last week bellsville, spent a few davs at known as the James M. Johnson farm after millinery goods. We had and family, near Jabez, a few this place last week, he will or a sufficiency of same to produce the $12.50, $14.00 and $15.00 days ago. the pleasure of making their ' few days to sum of money ordered to be made. move his mill in a A description of all the lands above & and seeing one of the A. D. Dunbar, of Jabez, bought saw railroad ties. , mentioned, by meets and bounds, course and distances may be found in order , finest looking babies that we H. Dunbar's store at Eli, and Mr. O. Stults is logging this book No 12 pages 553, 554, 535, 556 and have had the pleasure of seeing after closing out quite a lot of it, 557 of the Adair circuit court clerks week for Mr. Dug Wilson. for many years, but when we moved the remainder to his store office, to which reference is here made good place to for a more particular description. For found out the name of the young at home, leaving a Smith Chapel. the purchased price the purchasers man our attention was more sell goods, which we hope some with approved surity or securites must JORDAN PEACOCK. closely directed to him. Know- one will rent. execute bond bearing legal interest Jordan Peacock, No. 1148 will make the present season at Mr. Roger Page has been ap-- 1 from day of sale until paid 'and having ing the father and grand father What has become of Alva pointed constable of this place, the-- force and effect of a judgment. McKinney, Lincoln Co. I have placed him in the hands of Mr. also his name sake there Bowmer? We would like for and hope we will now have better or- Bidders will be prepared to comply Dick Scudder for this season. promptly with these terms. keep James him to write another letter to the should be nothing to NOBLE PEACOCK. der. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. Garnett Tutt from making his good old News as his letters This fine young Stallion will make the season at my barn in J. H. Judd traveling salesman Adair Circuit Court. were always enjoyed very much. in the world with the mark Grady v'lle, Ky., at the low price of $15.00 to insure a living colt. for Altsheler & Co., called at this Wanted. give his parents can NoblefPeacock, is of Jordan Peacock, first dam by Artist Jewel, "h Absher. place last week on business. him. A man to work for the Singer Sewing dam by Cronwell Denmark 73, 3rd, dam by Artist 75. This is one Mr. Ruff Smith got his hand Machine Co., in Adair county. Will of the best bred Stallion "in Kentucky and is a first-clas- s Saddle The directors of the Grady ville pay a salary each week and a commis- horse, has been shown severals times and always in the money. If Mr. and 'Mrs. W. B. Morris hurt very bad a few days ago. State Bank were called together "Address G. R. Holt, Mgr., sion. you want to raise a good colt and one that will bring a good price Cabell Uoomer' bought a calf were visiting at Mr. J. M. Willis Campbellsville, Ky. on the first day May being their bred to Noble. of Brack Cain for $6.50. , For Sale. regular quarterly meeting and Sunday. TWO FINE JACKS. Mr. J. A. Coomer bought a of the bank was all The social at Mr." W. H. the business 1 Black Hawk corn drill with fertiMy two fine Jacks will serve mares for $10.00 for a mare was largely attended and two year old heifer with twin lizer attachment used only 2 seasons. looked over from beginning to mule and $8.00 for a horse mule, to insure a mare mith foal. calves for $31.50 from Brack! W. L Walker. end and it was found to be in enjoyedJ)y all J They are two of the best Jacks that was ever in Adair coun-t- v Cain. shape. The institution has fine 1 Extra good milk arid butter cow MarMisses Eula andJ3ertha Last year was the first season for Black Diamond and the Tom Corbin sold two sheep to fresh. from the very been a paying one second season for Highway. Their colts sold last fall from $70.00 ' tin, Ella and Sylvia Humphress, . W. L Walker. Herriford & Bennett for $6.50. day it opened her doors for bus- and Fred Humphress were guests to $125.00. Average $91.83. Henry Parson '1 for - Parties that sold some of these mules: Walker & Gill passed through Before buying pumps call and see my iness. Mr. W. L. Winters the at Mr. Abb Brockman's Sunday. $100.00; P. N. Blades 2 for $250.00; Luther England 1 for $85.00; efficient cashier certainly is the this place with a nice bunch of stock, all kinds, prices low. S. F. Eubank. Mr. E. C. Rule were the guest Albert Brummett 1 for $85.00; Robert O. Keltner 1 for $80.00; C. sheep and calves last Thursday. right, man "in the right place. i of Mr. M. H. Kobertson Sunday. J M. Hindman 1 for $77.50; Huston . Bradshaw 1 for .$75.00, and He took charge of this business Fdr'Sale. . Squire Kemp.l for $80.00. Helps H Judge in Bad Fix' here a perfect stranger almost Messrs. E. S. Rice, Howard The Famous Parry Buggies. Price These are just a few that brought these prices. I measured 'Spent JusticejiJIi Cherry, of Gillis Mills, Tenn. reasonable. to everybody. From' the very RusselLand Lewis-'MoorJ. H. Pelley. 46 of Highways colts last fall, that was from 3 feet 5 in. to 3 feet was plainly worried. A bad sore on t . Columbia, Ky, day he took charge of the busi- Sunday at H. B. Robertsons. his le& had baffled several doctors and 9 in. at 7 days old, they averaged 3 feet 6 in. Now want long resisted all remedies. "I thought bring the must money you can get them at my stable, increased. We must Mr, and Mrs. B. R. Bailey were ness it has mules that k'OXES.WANTED it was a cancer, "he wrote. ' 'At; last I say here that there is not a man the pleasant guests of Mr. Ben used Bucklen's Arnica' Salve, and was Bed aaQ Gray Foxea2.50 to $1.00; Minks $5.00 My Jacks have the size. Money due if mares or traded and leave Respectfully, Express. cured." Cures burns, I Coons $La&imd nrst letter. Send name of your the neighborhood?' in .this section that stands , oompletely Robertson Sunday. -;express onice in r cuts, bruises and niles. ', KnUa nlrprs GRADY. " 3v. w;t.HODGEN. r . peo Mr.'R. E:'Bailey made a busi - j25cts at Paul Drug Co. estimation of the Box 232. Caropbellsville.-Ky. J to-wi- t: 7-- Sandusky & Co. LUMBER Rubber Tires GOFF BROS. COFFFY. I Gradyville Stock Farm. . ad-Vanta- J , Ab-she- rs ! 24-- 8t " j e, if-yo- u high-4er,int- he - - l, .i v