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There will be a meeting of the Adair Miss Mattie Taylor i3 teaching in the m Tne Merchants of Columbia are showsweep County Medical Society, on, Thursday, Campbell Hagerman College, and stands sfoo ing their liberality in the most Columbia '.?A list of fiscal Court allowances, ing discounts- to purchasers on next May 23, at which Dr. R. H. McChord On Thursday morning May 2nd., the high as a music teacher, and has held W T Price voting house East Saturday, ever offered in will be present, and we want every writer, with his grandson, Cyrus Wil- the place a number of years. She alniade.at'its regular term April, 1912. 5 00 Friday and Columbia a town. By agreement, every one physician in the county to be present. liams, left Columbia at 2 o'clock in the ways gives her Adair county Strange & Co., furnishing pauJ R Tutt voting house Milltown 3 00 thisthem will have a bargain, counter. The meeting will be at 2:30 in the af- morning for Lexington, Ky., in search happy welcome when they friends to come of $42 00 Cool Spring school voting house pers of an eye and throat specialist. We Lexington. She expects to spend most . ternoon. to unload 3 00 They are not attempting furnishing Wheat & Williams, Keltner H. drove old Allen to Campbellsville in due of her vacation in Columbia. Fracture of the long bones R. goods, they are not expecting to 25 30 Strong Hill voting house Grady-vill- e paupers time to catch the train for Lebanon. We had a pleasant visit to the Bible make a dollar in the two days sale by McChord.. 5 00 Pattespn & Denny, furnishing Tay- When we reached Lebanon the vote College where we met another Adair The Hook Worm Disease U. L. selling high on some articles when low 1 50 J M Shive voting house EIroy 5 00 paupers was being taken on the question of "wet county boy, Walter Taylor, who is there prices are advertised on others. It is lor. N H Moss, expenses in conveyJohn Young voting house HarThe Uses of Medical jfSocities E. S. and dry and the town was full of peo- - in school He met us with a smile. and 300 a movement out of the ordinary ing children to Orphan's home 8 00 mony pie, many coming from different parts and made the visit pleasant and helpmade purposely for the benefit of the Sallee. Fayette Bryant, furnishing paH K Taylor voting house Gleris-for- k What must we do to be saved from of the county to see how it was going. ful. Walter stands high both with his You will have no room to 2 50 country. 26 00 uper A large procession was marching the teachers and classmates. We had a good "Skeeters? B. J. Bowlin. complain but many reasons to feel W L Walker's Sons, furnishing Mart Wilson voting house White Other, papers read and cases reported streets, flying "Old Glory" and carry- Sunday dinner with him at tba dormitoTwo on the 10 85 Oak 3.00 by a visit to Columbia pauper Great Bargain Days. First class stock by several other physicians of the coun- - ing banners with suitable mottos for ry, and it was a splendid meal for any 5 00 Junius Holt voting house Little J F Triplett, pauper coffin m place. We also had the pleasure of the occasion, some as follows: compelled ty. 3 00 in every line goods you are Smith & Stephenson, furnishiug Cake "Papa vote for me," "Woe unto visiting the home of Mrs. Ann Warri-ne- r, 7:30 in the evening there will be a At to buy from some one will ''be offered 52 00 I C Harmon voting house Pelly-to- n paupers formerly of Longbottom, on the you at astounding low prices. Again, mass meeting at the court house, him tbat putteth the bottle to his 00 20 CO J B Jones, pauper coffins it is your opportunity to see the Mov- which we want every body to attend neighbor's lips, Save the Boys,' Vote Cumberland river, where 1 used to 50 G R Redmon, furnishing paupers 77 00 Cooley Bros., voting house Egypt ing Picture Show without spending a who has the health of the community at for the Dry's, &. Two bands were in preach and be in their home when the 5 00 School District voting house pauper coffin H P Redmon, discounts heart. Doctors, lawyers, preachers, the procession, one colored and one three children. Herbert, Charlie ani 3 00 penny. The News makes its S P Miller, ser. poor ' house Cane Valley attractive just to keep in the procession merchants, members of the courts white folks. It was a touching scene Kate were the delight of the home, and 50 00 A D Patteson 2 days services as and jail physician to give you a magistrates, and in fact, every body. to see women and children, who are the always gave the writer a hearty wel4 00 and will be in position election commissioner WT Cartwright, medical atten- most attractive show The following program will be rend- - ones, that suffer the most from the ef- come. They are all grown, and have ticket to the 2 00 L C Nell 1 day service as election to pauper fect of strong drink and drunkenness. prepared themselves for useful lives. south of the North pole. Come in and red at this meeting: 2 00 J B Burtcn, furnishing paupers 84 00 tion commissioner Preventive medicine R. H. McChord The mothers, wives, sisters and chil- They have been in Lexington for two profit behave a day or so of rest and W H Burris, furnishing paupers 23 40 Rollin Hurt 2 days services as The obligation of the public to the dren suffer the abuse of drunken fath- years. Charlie was home on a visit crop, forces you to keep in the 4 00 fore your 75 00 G E Wilson, furnishing pauper election commissioner ers, brothers and sons. But in spite i from Chattanooga, where he has a good medical profession H. C. Baker. field. The Hancock Hotel, the best Miller & Miller furnishing pauLuther Wilson furnishing pauper 24 25 hotel South What have the Boards of Health of all the entreaties of men, women position with the railroad company. in jQentral Kentucky, will 75 00 Wade Eubank sharpening road pers give you meals, on those days for 20 done for the country? U. L. Taylor. and children the town went wet. Herbert is in Denver, and has a posi35 Robert Ingram, furnishing pau tools The election will be contested and I ' tion that pays him more than $70 per cents. Judge Hancock knows how to M. D. 19 50 Reed Hardware Co., furnishing pers Some facts on sanitation and the predict the drys will win. Several t month. Miss Katherine is a grown good treatment, and he will be 4 50 give Ermine Leach, poor house keep- -' road tools glad to have you call. He is in full ac- prevention of diseases L. F. Ham saloon men have already rented old sa young lady, attractive, and ot a lovely 439 45 G T Herriford services as, live er mond, M. D. loons to commence business as soon as disposition. She is a soloist, and sings days. 9 00 cord with the great bargain Adair County News, printing stock inspector Quarantining under the Mosaic law the matter is settled, and if this con- for the Broadway Christian church is 86 55 W J Flowers medical attention Election Ballots &c, test should be decided in favor of the numbered as one of the best soloists Z T. Williams. 41 50 Eubank & Son, furnishing pau Bearwallow Decoration. to paupers Medical Jurisdiction Gordon Mont- wets, then in June the vote will be ' in the city. Mrs. Warner is sister of 105 25 John Eubank 5 days service as pers taken under the new County Unit Bill, Mrs. Tom Charlie Davidson, of Columgomery. 15 00 A H Ballard, making settlement J ustice The program for Bearwallow the 30th School Sanitation, prudence Pearl and then she will go dry. The majority of bia. It was a delight to be in this fam25 00 S P Sullivan 5 days service as with Sheriff of May is as follows: the good people of Lebanon do not ily of old friends once more. Hindman, School Sugerintendent. 15 00 4 50 W B Moore, caring for pauper Justice 9:30 a. m. Singing by Lucien Bur- What must we do to be saved from want whiskey back and saloons reopenWe had the pleasure, both on going A C Froedge, furnishing pauM Willis 4 days services as J ton and others. ed. temporal death D. H. Howerton. and coming, of visiting the family of 12 00 115 00 pers Justice 10 a. m, Preaching by Tobias We learned that one man from Hus- Dr. O. S. Dunbar, now of Lebanon, U. L. Taylor, Committee. H B Simpson, medical attention G W Pickett 4 days services as and Jo Turner. tonville rented the old saloon connect- Ky., Mary Elizabeth gave us a hearty 12 00 20 00 paupers Justice Decoration of graves. ed with the Vaughan hotel and agreed welcome and insisted on us remaining 6 00 Jo Rosenbaum 5 days services as N B Kelsay, furnishing pauper Public Sale. Dinner. to pay one hundred dollars per month over night with them. They have a 15 00 T. J. Cooper, furnishing pauper 26 00 Justice I p. m. Preaching by Tobias Huf and went back home and Sunday after- good home there and a good business Coffey, furnishing Luther Bell 5 days services as JP & F H faker and others. noon dropped dead without any warn- but they are not sure of making that 15 00 58 80 pauper By order of the Board of Directors ing. Justice All old soldiers and the public cordi- their future home. It is hard for peoF G Gabbart, medical attention John Eubank 1 days service as ally invited. Every body bring well- - of the Farmer's Bank, of Cane Valley, Hab. 2: 7 "Woe unto him that ple to live in Columbia as long as they 3 00 filled baskets. 25 50 Adair County, Kentucky, I as agent giveth his neighbor drink, to thee that to paupers Justice have, and be satisfed to stay away, and S. P Sullivan 1 days seryice as Mont Harmon, furnishing pau Signed by J. D, Burton, T. J. Holmes and receiver of said bank, will, at the addest thy venom, and maketh him so we expect them back some day. 3 00 and 73 60 pers courthouse door in Columbia, Ky.. drunken also, that thou mayest look on Justice J. B. Burton. Z.T. Williams. S D Barbee, furnishing paupers 21 00 J M Willis days service as Juson the 20 May, 1912, at 1 p.m. the first day their nakedness! 16 Thou art filled 3 00 26 00 of the Adair Circuit Court, sell at public with shame and not glory: drink thou L C Blair, furnishing paupers tice Jasper Doss, 4,500 feet lumber all the furniture and fixtures also, and be as one uncircumcised, the days service as For Sale: A Good Location; Fine out-crG W Pickett Dead. 3 00 56 25 of said bank consisting of. to roads Justice cup of Jehovah's right hand shall come Business. 1 Screw door burglar proof safe with N R Roach, furnishing paupers 26 00 Jo Rosenbaum 1 days service as around unto thee and foul shame shall 3 00 double time lock, made by the Nation- be upon thy glory. 17 For violence Melvin Petty, furnishing pauJustice Miss Ada May East, daughter of 13 76 Luther Bell 1 days service as pers al Safe & Lock Co., of Cleveland, Ohio. done to Lebanon shall cover thee, and Mrs. Rose East, died Wednesday of Desiring to retire from the mercan3 00 Full outfit of sectional office railing the destruction of the beast which last week. She was about twelve years John Grady, furnishing paupers 13 00 Justice tile business, I offer to sell my store and desks and office fixtures , Rose & Willis, furnishing pauZ T Pelley 1 days service as Jusmade them afraid because of men's old and had been afflicted for several 34 50 3 00 house, stock of goods and dwelling, or "1 Typewriter and desk. pers tice blood, and, and for the violence done months. She was a sister of Mrs. store and gcods alone; located at 1 Protectograph check protector. N. C. Butler, Admr. P H. State of Kentucky ) to land, to the city, and to all that Nolon Montgomery, this place and was Ky., at prices and terms that Set. Bridgewattr, services as Reg-- , All other articles of personal proper- dwell therein." R. V. a good Christian girl. The mother and ) will insure satisfaction to the purchas. ty that may have been overlooked. 18 75 County of Adair istrar Columbia is interested in this contest, other members of the family have the I, Walker Bryant, Clerk of the er. Also the lot and banking house of for the people would suffer more than sympathy of the neighborhood where J W Sublett & Bro. furnishing certify that the This is one of the best locations in said bank, lying on main street in said 78 00 Adair County court paupers the deceased lived all her life. foregoing is a true copy of the allow- Adair county for a general Merchan- Cane Valley, 132 feet by 25 feet with a can be told from the easy access to the J R Garnett, salary as County drinkers of this and adjoining counties. court at its dising and the live, hustling merchant y brick house thereon, a good Treasurer 50 00 ances of the Adair Fiscal The Elizabethtown News says 'that term 1912. will be well rewarded for his energies, vault and all equipped in modern style So we trust and pray that the contest 10 60 April T G Rasner, caring for pauper will be decided in favor of the drys. at a called session of the Board of EdWitness my hand this May 10th, and have the pleasure of dealing with for doing a banking business. Terms Mary Milam, furnishing pauper 10 00 n League comes in to ucation, Miss Minnie Kemp, of this The 1012 a large and appreciative patronage. of payment will be reasonable, and will take the lead in such contest and al- place, was retained as teacher in the J C Gose, medical attention to Walker Bryant, Clerk. If interested in a good business and be announced at time of sale. paupers , 43 00 ways shows their hand in the wanted High School. The paper further states By L. O. Taylor, D. C. location of this kind call on or address. Wilmore & Moss, furnishing Farmers Bank by W. W. Jones, place. that Miss Kemp had other flattering J. G. Dudgeon, paupers 72 25 Agent and Recerver. We left Lebanon on time and arrived offers, hence its early action and the Coburg, Ky. Warren Moore, furnishing pauQuarterly Meetings. in Lexington at 3:30 p m. We stop- further fact that her service has been "" pers 9 00 ped at the Seelbach hotel, rented rooms of such a character as to commend her Lindsey-Wilso- n (Commeneemet, 19 93 A Hovious, furnishing paupers and started for Dr. Stucky's office to all friends of the institution. Approaching Marriage. W I Ingram, furnishing paupeis 52 00 Training School. Quarterly meetings will be held at which was within a block of the hotel. W I Ingram, school books to Rev. D. H. nowerton delivered a Thurlow, Mt. Lebanon, Saturday and Thursday After an examination of Cyrus Wil Piano Graduates Recital On Tuesday, the 21st of this month, poor children 20 24 Sunday May 4 and 5. Ham's eyes the doctor decided that one very interesting baccalaureate discourse May 16, 1912. 8 o'clock. Miss Nell Callison, daughter of Mr. and evening W W Kirtley, furnishing pauGreensburg, May 5 and 6. Musical Friday evening May 17, eye was hopelessly gone, but the other before an immense audiance at the Mrs. W. J. Callison, will be married at 13 00 per Greensburg Circuit, Taylor's Chapel, 8 o'clock p. was in good condition, and might not Baptist church last Sunday forenoon. m., to Mr. Grover Dean 1912. 8 o'clock. M Rey Yarberry, furnishing May llthjand 12th. An evening of plays Saturday even- trouble him for a long time and might The sermon was directed to five Graded Walker, Christian Church, Middlesboro, pauper 36 50 Mannsville, Mt. Zion, 18th and 19th Ky,, where the parties named reside. ing May 18, 1912. 8 o'clock. Admis- never do so. His tonsils were remov School students, who will be awarded ll J P Miller & Sons, furnishing ed on Saturday and he remained in the deplomas this week. The sermon was-weof May. Mr. and Mrs. Callison are natives of sion 10 cents. pauper 80 43 prepared and delivered in a most Commencement sermon Sunday May Good Samairtan Sanitarium until SunCampbellsville- - Station, Campbells-ville;19t- h this place, and the bride to be was Paul Hughes, services as Regis hocaptivating manner. 19, 1912, by Rev. S. G. Shelley, Meth- day afternoon and returi ed to the born here. and!20th of May. 23 00 trar tel. We started for home Monday odist church. Campbellsville Circuit. Miller's Chap, Conover, bal. on heating Friends of Miss Martha Paxton Mof morning at 9:45 and arrived at Colum Graduating exercise Monday, May and lighting court house 79 38 el, May 22nd." fett, are in receipt of invitations to the -- L. Dr. 'McCormack writes Dr. U. bia at 3 o'clock the next morning. Lindsey-Wilso- n 20, 1912, 10 o'clock. Bradley Gilbert Co , tax books Grady ville, Pleasant Ridge, May 24th- - Taylor, Health officer of this county, chapel, While in Lexington I met quite a Graduating exercises of the Pandolph. address by Rev. S. G. Shelley. 37 50 for 1912 good many Adair county people, and a Macon Woman's College Lynchburg, Cane Valley, Clear Spring, May 25th that he regrets that there has been Z T Williams, furnishing pauMiss Mofiett is pleasantly renumber of friends from other places. Va. some delay in paying the registrars, and 26th. per 26 00 The Town Trustees, of Greensburg, I was entertained at the home of my membered by the young people of doctors, and but the money Columbia, 26th and 27th of May. ' SA Taylor, medical attention held a meeting and decided to advertise friend and comrade in travel to Pales- Columbia, having visited here in the is now ready and vouchers will be f to pauper 3 00 Adair county will be first for bids for an electric lighting plant to tine in 1900. R. H. Crosfield, who is past, and her many friends congradu-lat- e & Gowen, furnishing Coomer be operated in Greensburg. Bids will now President of the Bible Colltge and her on the completion of her It is expected that Columbia will be served. paupers 149 20 full of people next Friday and Saturbe received on the 10th inst. It is re- Transylvania University. Mr. Cross-fiel- d course and the honors attained at this ported that a storage system is to figPickett & Howard, furnishing day. Come in and buy what you need is one of our best and greatest institution of learning. Now is the time to have your Rubber ure largely in paupers 47 25 for a little" money. the operating of the men, and is leading old Transylvania to Also attend the tires put on. I have fresh rubber, lights, but it is boped the franchise M N Hancock, medical attention Every made thisy moving picture shows, free. In order to close out our entire stock ear, prices lower than ever may be be granted on a basis that will higher and better things. Four of us to paupers 30 00 farmer who comes to Columbia on and am prepared to paint Buggies, also allow the storage system to be relied Kentucky preachers started together on of millinery, we will sell at cost the reFrank Burton, furnishing pau17th and 18th, will be call and get prices and these days, the tbe trip to Palestine in the year 1900, mainder of May. see my work. pers 54 00 made glad. Come, and come a running. on only for an important period of each Kate B. Squires. J. W. McGarvey Jr., P. H. Duncan, R. 24-. F. Eubank. Russell & Hindman, medical atnight. H. W. Wilson. H. Crossfield and myself. It was a tention to paupers 10 00 Cane Valley. Ky. great trip,, and long to be remembered, Wanted. The schedule of the .Greensburg acU L Taylor, 6 mo., salary as days, traveling through the BiCheaD WorR. commodation train has been changed and the Health officer 250 00 Sights to be seen in Columbia next lands on horseback and camping in for Sundays only. It will arrive in ble indi- U L Taylor, Anti-toxi- n to Friday and. Saturday. People from y A man to work for the Singer Sewing Horse shoeing at my shop, 60 cents Lebanon enroute to Louisville at 7:44 tents at night, visiting the cities where 21 50 gent persons Apostles spent so many hap- the adjoining counties are invited to Machine Co., in Adair county. Will Lfor cash. Buggy work and all other a. m. and returning will reach Lebanon Christ and - A D Patteson, waiting on Board pay a salary each week and a commis- kinds of work done at reduced prices, at 9 p. m. The week day train will ar- py days together, where the blind were come and mingle with the home folks. of Supervisors and serving or-- ;, to sight and the dead raised up They will be great bargain days, and a Address G. R. Holt, Mgr., sion. satisfaction guaranteed. rive as heretofore at 7:05 a. m. and re- restored 179 oa ders of Co., Court Campbellsville, Ky. keep fresh in our memory, and when fine show will be in motion. 27-Marion Antle. i turn at 8 p.m. iJ K P Conover, services as Jail any two of us meet, we go the trip Mother's Day was observed at the , er to date. 356 80 oyer again. One of our number has Marvin Young, the grocer, has just Miss Alice Walker, of this city, who Taylor Mr Abe Newton, a native of Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Walker Bryant Fiscal court or- installed a soda fountain and ice cream is a skilled pianist, will give a recital county and for a number of years a already entered the other Canaan and The pastor paid a high tribute to the 3? J Fresh at the Lindaey Chapel at 8 o'clock ! resident of Camnbellsville. died at the New Jerusalem that will comedown noble, christian mothers of our land. 26 75 parlor in his pface of business. bride for her '"StWalker Bryant, certifying and syrups of all kinds, pure cocola, and ev- next Thursday evening. Miss Walker Hustonville Sunday of last week. His opt of heaven adorned as a ... . - .. -mir delivering election ballots husband. J W. McGarvey, the young "89 50 erything kept injin inviting order. If will be assisted by Miss Ruth Milli-ke- remains were conveyed to CampbellsCircuit court will open next Monday. est of our company and the jolliest has " i you want to be refreshed, call at his s Russell & Co., clothing to pris voice ville and interred in the Catholic cemeDemocratic candidates for Congress gone to his reward. oner 30 70 store. tery. r will be here and will address the peofe I had the pleasure of being' enter- ple.' a NjH Moss. 6 mo., salary as Moving Picture, Shows free to every tained in the. home of R. W. Wallace, Jgdge 250 00 Rev. S. G. Shelley will preach the Graded school team defeated the body who live out of town, who trade The Montgomery, 6 mo., sal one of Adair county's boys, who is iiow Gordon own .team in a contest .last .Thursday in oommuiu ubai, rnuay ana oaturaay. .Commencement sermon of. the Lindcey- - preaching for the. Woodland Christian Born, to the wife of G. O. Bassett,-- . ' 250 00 afternoon, the score' being i3 to 9 in The 'shows each day will run from 1. p. Wilson at the Methodist church next . m ary. as Atty Monticello, Friday May 3, 1912, a sort. , church, and has a splendid organiza Sunday forenoon. everybody. m. to 5 rf fa? S8ine favor of the Graded school. 9ftri'.ninaman, o mo., salary &9 850 00 Supt K Walker Bryant, 6 mo., salary as clerk fiscal court U L Taylor, voting house West lP ftjtatf limnfl petal. COLUMBIA, ADAIR , COUNTY,, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY MAY. 15, 1912. NUMBER A 28 Important. The Program. Few Days in the'. Blue . - out-of-da- te . I , I Huf-fake- r 15-1- 1 1 y. Co-bur- g, two-stor- Anti-saloo- . JIP mid-wive- s, oth-comi- ng 8t V V - 2t I J . .... n, m : - r.1 B ir. i, -- fc i' f '" ' ' yfrfyj "!-- ! 2 COMMISSIONER'S SALE THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS Texas editor, "O Temporal O The workers and their families ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. Mores?" Oh, H I. -- Frankfort will receive financial assistance W. B. Yates plff ) When officers seekers tail out against for their maintenance until the News Journal. honest men get their dues. Samuel E. Yates & Df ts ) first crop has been harvested. By virtue.of a judgment and order of Theodore Roosevelt says that The Olympic Strike. Afterwards they will be expectsale of the Adair Circuit Court render- William H. Taft is a crook. All 1912, in ed at the January term thereof, ed to support themselves and the above cause for the sum of $1250 right. Let us grant, for the sake The strike of the seamen of pay an amount sufficient to meet with interest thereon at the rate of six of argument, that he is. That the White Star liner Olympic, day per cent per annum from the first any Government tax on the propof January. 1908, until paid subject to a makes Theodore Roosevelt a liar, which caused the steamer to tie erty as. a whole and isterest on credit of $75 paid thereon on the first because he told us that William up and abandon her voyage to the money expended in giving day of January, 1909,and $26.65 costs of was a good man. when it suited New York, serves to show how this action recovered by J. E. Gowdy them start. against Thomas Pulliam and W. B. his purposes to palm him off up- little is to be expected from the A provision is included in the Yates, and $2500 with interest thereon on the United States. William traveling public in the way of reat six per cent per annum from the ten-anHe is form in providing for saving pas- plan which will enable the first day of April, 1909, until paid and has not changed a bit. to pay a large part of these $44 costs recovered at said term by W. just the same as he was and sengers in the event of a wreck. B. Yates against Samuel E. Yates. I about The Olympic was full of first, taxes in iabor, should cash payproceed to offer for sale at the Theodore knows no more shall be too heavy a burden. passengers ment court nousejdoor in Columbia, Ky., to the him now than he did then, The second and third-clas- s highest bidder at public auction, on difference A number of families have alis that Theodore who were ready to sail. A seaMonday the 20th day of May, 1912 at him to be man says he could stick his ready been installed and will deone o'clock p. m., or thereabout being Roosevelt wanted the first day of circuit court upon a cred- president when he described thumb through the canvas of one velop small farms and market it of six months the following described first-rat- e man who of the collapsible lifeboats and gardens on the land. If the plan property towit: In satisfaction of the him as a judgment of W. B. Yates against Sam- would "carry out my policies" others assert that the entire out- is successful on the 120 acres aluel E. Yates, alone, one tract of land and now he finds him a crook and unsuit- ready secured near Nanking, the fit was consisting of 74 acres and lying in Adair idea may be extended to aid county, Ky., on the road from Colum- when he does not want him to able. Of course the seamen may bia to Crocus road and adjoining the be President. have been'exaggerating. But as thousands of people. It may lands of John Young, the Methodist even be taken up as a GovernThe whole affrir this cut and long as passengers get comforchurch lot, Jo. G. Turner, W. M. Keith, W.H. Hamon.and being the same lands thrust between the President table cabins, ten course dinners ment project, as Dr. Sun Yat upon which W. B. Yates now resides, or is dis- and plenty of room on the Sen, President of the new repuba sufficiency of same to satisfy his said and the former President judgment againstS. E.Yates and to satis- gusting. Neither man the promenade deck few will look lic, has joined the organization fy all of the above sums of money or- President who has laid aside his into the question of whether the Committee. Louisville Herald. dered to be made. Three certain tracts are what they ought of land situated in said county, on Pet- dignity to get into a brawl with Usefnl Agent For Show. Moreover, few of them tis Fork, which lie totether and make a professional brawler, or the to be. one tract and contains 182 acres more who has laid would be competent to judge, Al G. Field, the minstielman, or less and adjoins the lands of Robert professional brawler every scruple and all Johnson, Loy and others and is what is aside has another story which he is known as the James M. Johnson farm decencv in the hope of getting Russell Springs. telling. He says that not long or a sufficiency of same to produce the office, ought to go to the White sum of money ordered to be made. ago an attache of his show was At a booster's meeting held A description of all the lands above House. In office Col, Roosevelt sent out in an Iowa town to give mentioned, by meets and bounds, course extremely wearisome with his here last week the question of a some handbills, or heralds, to and distances may be found in order turnpike between here and Colbook No 12 pages 553, 554, 555, 556 and policy of noise and connivance. boys for distribution. The man On was discussed. 557 of the Adair circuit court clerks He continually shouted about umbia found only one boy willing to office, to which reference is here made compounded with account of the unprecedented work. He didn't deem it necesfor a more particular description. For virtue and the purchased price the purchasers villainy. His sins, we hope, rains . for several months past, sary to explain to the boy that with approved surity or securites must wide it seems there is hardly any the bills were to be distributed execute bond bearing legal interest found him out too far and from day of sale until paid and having for there to be a possibility of bottom to the mud in many about town. He took it for places, and the sentiment of a the force and effect of a judgment. his being in the event granted that the boy knew. Bidders will be prepared to comply big majority of our people is that They are at of his nomination. promptly with these terms. The youngster took the printed W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. least known to the Republican we greatly need, and must have slips of paper and the man gave Adair Circuit Court. a good pike road all the way party and should eliminate him him a quarter and left. Half an through to from Columbia from their consideration. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. hour later the showman chanced Greasy creek. What are the Consider the sorry spectacle of to pass along the street and saw ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. people of Columbia willing to do a man who is megelomaniac the boy standing on the sideR. Young, Plff f toward the enterprise? Let us ' against enough to compare himself with walk. W. E. Means &c Deft. hear through the News. and Abraham Lincoln, bawling from "What's the matter? asked James Garnett, Plff on Petition The Russell Springs hotel a thousand platforms that his against the man. W. E Means &c and political property has lately been purchasformer friend, The boy gave a couple of final Order of Sale. leSatee is a cr0ok and the e(Ual-Ada- ir ed from Winfrey and Phelps, by sobs and, wiping his eyes on Bv virtue of an order of sale of the J. P. Bickwell, of Berea, and Circuit Court, rendered at the ' ly sorry spectacle of a man his sleeve, said. term thereof, 1911, and a father ; highest officft in the leased to I. M. Tuller from the order at the January term, 1912, in the, "A man just come along and ' greatest wielding Arkansas. It is now being subRepublic, above causes, for the sums of $100 and improved and re- took one of my bills." interest thereon, from Sept. 27th, 1909, greater power than any King, stantially . to the day of sale and $50.00 costs throughout. The down ln the blood and muck of furnished Sounds LikeBIaspehmv. therein to R. Young and the f uther sum - famous spring, so rewarded for to James Garnett, and $5.00 the bull ring providing entertainof costs therein I shall proceed to o its health receiving properties, Wheeling, West Virginia, Judgment for the mob. for sale at the Court house door ln Col- will be encased and surrounded ing from an appeal made to umbia, Ky., to the highest bidder at Neither of the candidates is a PWfeonfMond;ye2(?ihdayi statesman. President Taf t has by a concrete floor, which is sure Providence by the evangelist, o p. m. May, 1912, to greatly improve the quality of Billy Sunday, is in a bad way. fat man there about, it being the first day of proven a "good-nature- d Circuit Court, upon va credit of six surrounded by persons who know the water. It is the intention of In the course of the closing pray months, the following described proper-- . the owner and present manager er at one of the revivals recently exactly what they want," as he ty towit. to make this health resort a de- held in that city Mr. Sunday Theodore A certain tract or parcel of land lying was aptly described. andsituatedin Adair County, Ky., on; Roosevefc has. proven fussy in. lightful place to come and re- asked a special blessing for the waters of Harrods Creek, and. cuperate health, and rest under everbody and everthing in bounded as follows towit on the North dividual whose f USS is made the large oak trees during the Wheeling, and reference to the by the lands of William Gibbon's and wholly in the interest of his Anderson Branham, on the East by the ..political ambition, and whose health season. Hotel will be City Council gave the Almighty South lands of Mose Stewart, on the opened for reception of guests the following information and by the lands of R. T. Baker and on the utterance with regard to his West by the lands of William Gib-- ! virtues and qualifications convict June st, rates only $1 per day. advice: ' 'God bless the members ,, bon':?. , , ,. . I, . In spite of the present dis of the City Council, Oh Lord; For the purchase price the purchaser mm ii ne oeueves mem or ; : i j; with approved surity or securities must vanity that can not with ' cuiuagmg pruspecis iui xaiuuiig, that's a tough bunch, if there is execute Bond bearing legal intrest a really well balanced mind. As our farmers are certainly enjoy- - any bunch on earth that needs . ., , trom day or sale until paid and navmg ing a measure of prosperity from thy assistance and aid it is the the force and effect of a judgment. rrebiueuu ue was a uueua Reform will be prepared to comply former rather than a political re the poultry business. For sever-- j council of this city. promptly with these terms. former. As a candidate he is al weeks the buyers have been them, O Lord! I know that I am W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, with the head of coming and going with large asking you to do a hard job and I Adair Circuit Court the Harvester Trust, and in office loads of hens and ducks, paying advise you to get a pair of rubhe was gone to by the Steel the farmers about 10 cents per ber gloves and a bottle of disinJ. D. Todd Plff against Notice. Trust as the friend in need and pound, gross weight. fectant before you start." J C Browning admr &c Dft ( Herald. friend indeed. Inj What our farmers should do The above .styled action pending in proved the the.Adairc ircuit court has been referred previous campaigns he went to more of is to raise tame grass - Escapes An Awful Fate. to take proof and report claims against fche capitalists he Was" fond of and live stock especially beef the estate of Buford Dohoney, deceas g from the stump cattle, not a pound of steak can A thosar-- tongues could not express ed. Ail persons having claims against the gratitude of Sirs. J. E. Cox,rof Jo- said estate are hereby notified to pre- and secured campaign funds. be had here at present. liet, 111., lor her wonderful deliverance sent the same to lite in my office at CoU being financed in from an awful. Typhoid pneumonia umbia. Ky , properly proven on or be- He is doubtless had left me with a dreadful cough," Chinese "Little Lands." fore the third day of the May term his present race from equally she writes Sometimes I had such 1912 of the Adair circuit court. awful coughing spells I thought I would questionable sources. W. A. Coffey, M. C. A. C. C. The idea of the "little Farm" die. I could get no help from doctor's Mr, Taft should be nominated, till 1 used has stuck China, and will be used treatment or Dr. King's New Discovery. But I owe Poor appetite is sure sign of impaired rather than the turncoat and to aid famine refuges and those remedy for I digestion. A few doses of Chambetrickster who opposes him. But who have lost everything in the my life to this wonderful scarcely cough at all now." Quick and Stomach and Liver Tablets wil rlain's strengthen your digestion and improve a Democrat should be elected war. safe iVa the most reliable of all throat Every bottle Thousands have been and lung medicines'. your appetite. the meantime the debate bep is the fundamental guaranteed. 50a and $1.00 Trial botby taking these Tablets. In benefited Co.- - , causes tween Taft Sold by Faull Drug o. idea according to plan as out-- tle free at Paul drug ts -old-fashion- "0 Tempore 0 Mores!" us to cry out, in the words of a liked in a recent consular report. 5i aei)ieKaeee;K3eK X IN. During Year 1912 X X X X X : 7VZ Ts. 7K We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List m X X as NIX 7K X as ed $1.50 as X X X One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly IN. life-boa- ts m M TS Courier Journal One Year I as as as as as ( NJ !. Louisville Times and News Vs. TC $4.50. as as K as -- re-elect- ed j I asasasasasasasasasasas asasasasasasasasasasasasasas A ; i P vcrything In The Drug Line L, y At Lowest Cut A I I ! Rate Prices - I Few Seasonable Goods as a Head liner" Per Box " OC-Se- pt. Laxative Bromo Quinine Laxative'jTablets Singley Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets "'" Nyals A. D. S. " ' " " ' " -" Rexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion " Cod Liver Oil Nyals Wine Rexal Emulsion " " " A. D. S. " Vinol ' $-- j ! j Bottle 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- " " . J 00 ! 100 89c 50c , " Write us for Quotations 83c ' ' 83c 1.00 Sixth & 1 CITY HALL PHARMACY, Jefferson Mi LOUISVILLE, KY ; j ' i .? CO-exi- st i pei-Bidde- rs U. G. UARDWICS, Pres. J. B. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec hand-in-clo- ve W. T. Pyne Mill & . ESTABLISHED 1861 Supplyjj). 1889 -- ; ' Har-rodsbu- rg iwrnnwiGHTS N. DEALERS IN i INCORPORATED mRCHiJsiiSTS -- bully-raggin- ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS., GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS 1301 TfflRTeeNTfi-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, HHMMBHVJL VlPBHft c Sheet Iron and Tank Work other-medicine- s JOBBINQWORK. SOLICITED Sell-hel- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - and-Rooseve- V-- N. - v- - i c fct- - ' ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS n3 ezzcre: :v.'y.'w. " H; mft'Bi 9 as.s.ii&. o d2 & T 'ft ?pseir iL "TME B3ADE-T0-WEA- R Mill" TEST THE QUALITY. I possibility of the bedbug conveying relaDsiner fever, tvnhoid and lpnrosv. has hppn sntrorpefad and ayyaicui.iy uieie is nu parasite of man that may not be a mode ' of disease conveyance. Flies, fleas, mosquitoes and bugs not only are all under suspicion, but! most of them are also actually demonstrated as ordinary and! frequent conveyors of diseases of numerous and various kinds. According to The Journal of the jj American Medical Association health authorities must now take up the problem of getting rid of P insects parasites in order to " stamps out disease. Elia. j J A. H. HOLT, Proprietor, VESOTN HOLT, Clerk. Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the pissing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality or the paint to be used. Holt Hotel Jamestown, Kentucky. Newly fumisoed and the best accomodations, with Livery and Feed Stable in connection. New rigs and Drummer wagons just put in, the public looked after at any and all hours. When in Jamestown your patronage solicited, rates fiist-cla- ss I EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. is a difference. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. - pjttii Jjjgj wp' reasonable. Before you hire livery elsewhere come and see us. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have FOR QALE BY ' in their product. .111 fm m- lljjll T7T ; Vllft yl !! ! '' ' ' Mr. A. H. Holt also conducts a genera! store, and deals in staves. Phone in Store and Hotel Office. THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE J $txx J , I 3K$ $ 4 . " Farmers are getting busy pre- - amounting to $750 in money and paign in all the States, This is paring for planting corn. Glenvalley, Ind. $1,300 in jewelry. The Balti- - vital. HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF Wheat and Oats are looking more Sun. GREAT RESPONSIBILITY. May 6, 1912. hug in una aetciuii. "I am compelled to make this The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS NO CANDIDATE "Statement in response to inquir Dear Editor: Mrs. Ella Swiggett, of Indian PICKS will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling Please find space in your paper na, was called to the bedside of ies by friends and others as to for a few lines from a little girl. her mother, Mrs. Mag Perryman. why the Messenger has not takFloor Coverings of All Kinds Scrtary of ) a en tic National en a more aggressive part in the I left Greenwood the first of Mr. and Mrs. Perryman are very Coimitt Givds St atement April, and we are running a low. present campaign. It is difficult Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted His Views of of- of immense stocks to the practical display to edit a daily paper from a disfarm. Papa had to leave town Mrs. Emma Pendleton, who on account of health. We are on has been sick tance of a thousand miles and for some time, is Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums White river 12 miles south of improving. impossible to participate in cau BUSY ARRANGING THE Indianapolis on the Illinois Cencuses and conterences under A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for Mr. J. B. Piles and family vistral. The lake runs by our such circumstances. Moreover, the showing of ited at J. B. Abrell .last Sunday. Owensboro, Ky., May. "It is as an officer of this great comhouse. It is a fishing resort, and The singing at Goodin Chapel needless to say that in the State Lace Curtains and Draperies they come from all over the mittee, I have felt, as the chairlast Sunday was largely attend- convention I shall stand, or fall, man does, with State to fish here. I want to the responsibiled. We are" having a fine sing with my friends the same Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our say to my little friends, I was ities that are upon me, it would Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our ing. friends with whom I stood at be hardly proper to participate going to make a garden the othbig live store. There will be preaching at the Lexington four years ago, chief actively in the campaign in behalf er day, and was crossing the Sunday of whom is Ollie James." bayoo. I had a steel fork in my Goodin schoolhouse next of any candidate for the nomina Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, morning. Singing in the afterThis is the close of "A, Person- tion. hand, and I saw a fine carp fish, Incorporated noon. al Statement" issued by Urey and struck at it with my fork. "However,I feel it not improp522 and 524 West Market St. Miss Bettie Bryant and sister Woodson, editor of the Owens-bor- o er to state that I earnestly favor It was so large I had to call papa Louisville, Kentucky. Daily Messenger, and secre- the instruction of the Kentucky to help me land it, and it tipped and Etwal Williams were visiting Lizzie Abrell last Sunday. tary of the Democratic National delegation to Baltimore. Un the scales at 12 pounds. It is lonely out of town, but I Mr. J. B. Piles bought a nice Committee. Mr. Woodson, who fortunately, the new Kentucky will go back this winter and go milch cow from Mr. Acie Roberts. has not expressed a preference primary law does not include the for any of the candidates for the selection of delegates to national Price $35. to school. School is out now. I have a nice Jersey cow, and Misses Etwal Williams and Liz- Democratic presidential nomina- conventions. I advocated this I want to raise one hundred zie Abrell were shopping at Eu- tion, declares in the Messenger before the law was enacted. I today that he is in favor of the earnestly urged the authors of chickens. I have a nice garden nice one day last week. Wholesale and Retail inplanted. the bill to include it. We must Mr. Oscar Sinclair and brother, Kentucky delegation being Hoping to hear from some of Mr. Walter, passed through here structed for either Clark. Wilson come to this in Kentucky and my friends, I am a little school one day last week enroute for or Harmon. He is strongly op- will come to it before another All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5a:l, Doors and Blinds posed to an uninstructed delega- presidential election In ten or girl. Grace Winfrey. Columbia. Columbia, Kentucky. tion representing the Blue Grass more States, there are such laws. u Mr. G. B. Williams and famState at Baltimore. Mr. Wood- In the absence, however, of this 8 Fuss and Feathers. ily were visiting at L. H. Brick-en- s son will be forced to spend a law, the voters should demand i last Saturday night. great portion of his time between at every county convention the Mr. Edwin Hardwick.of Neats-burnow and the Kentucky State instruction of all delegates. In the chicken yard opportuni- 's was visiting Mr, J. B. convention in Baltimore, and prior ty knocks about once every hour. DENIES STATEMENT. last Sunday night. to his departure for the Mary"In a recent issue of the New Roosters don't grow tenderer $12.50, $14.00 and $15.00 land city, made the followi ng York Sun, in a statement pur- A Widow at 14 Years Old. as thew grow older. Don't let signed statement: porting to come from the Harmon & them die a natural death, , . WOODSON'S STATEMENT. headquarters, I was referred to Uarry a lead pencil in your Youngest of the two dozen pocket and date the eggs as you "My duties as one of the of- as "Bryan's mouthpiece in Ken brides widowed by the foundergather them from day to day. ficers of the Democratic national tucky." This is not true. It ing of the Titantlc, Mrs. Celary AlDemIf the foolkiller should always exander, 14 years old, a pretty committee unfortunately are never was true. But to the keeping me away from Kentucky ocrats of Kentucky I am glad to show up at the right time there Syrian girl, called at the White JORDAN PEACOCK. at this very interesting period. repeat the advice Mr. Bryan has wouldn't be people enough left office told through and Star Jordan Peacock, No. 1148 will make the present season at to set the hens. I am just home from Baltimore so often given to his friends: an interpreter the story of how McKinney, Lincoln Co. I have placed him in the hands of Mr. "Instruct your delegates from If your wishbone is more fully her husband was parted from for a few days. I must return the precincts up, and ,fhey can-Dick Scudder for this season. East on Saturday. developed than your back-bonher when the officers of the vesNOBLE PEACOCK. "The responsibility for many'not then misrepresent you at Mie you'd better stay out of the sel thrust her into a lifeboat. This fine young Stallion will make the season 'at my barn in chicken business. of the details of the arrange- State or National conventions Her husband, she said, cam Grady v'lle, Ky., at the low price of $15.00 to insure a living colt. ments for the Baltimore conven- - 'without putting dishonor upon country several years ago 2, to this Noble'Peacock, is of Jordan Peacock, first dam by Artist Jewel, tion has been placed upon my themselves.' Why we Should Fear Bugs. by Cronwell Denmark 73, 3rd, dam by Artist 75. This is one dam and prospered in business in "Whoever the choice for Presshoulders. The convention hall Saddle of the best bred Stallion in Kentucky and is a first-clas- s Wilkes-BarrPa., so that this ident in Kentucky, whether it be horse, has been shown severals times and always in the money. If .The feeling of instinctive re- year he decided to go back to is being remoddled to accommogreat crowds that will Clark, Wilson or Harmon, let us you want to raise a good colt and one that will bring a good price vulsion against parasites of all Syria for a wife. Among all the date the Whatever bred to Noble. gather at Baltimore Two great have instructions. kinds which characterizes hu- maidens in his village at the the choice for State chairman or TWO FINE JACKS. manity generally, and which is foot of Mount Lebanon he sin- galleries to increase the seating National committeeman, let us My two fine Jacks will serve mares for $10.00 for a mare due to something much more gled out this girl and they were capacity at least 5,000 are under Several additional have instructions. If I have not mule and $8.00 for a horse mule, to insure a mare mith foal. than the mere pain or annoyance married about two months ago. construction. thelat-peopl- e They are two of the best Jacks that was ever in Adair coun that their bites might inflict, be They started back aboard the Ti- - exits to insure the safety of the served the party well in are being made. In con- - ter capacity, let the party sajr ty. Last year was the nrst season lor Jtsiacic Diamond and the comes more as tanic with 142 other Syrians, all interesting second season for Highway. Their colts sold last fall from $70.00 nection with Chairman Mack, I whom it wants as my successor, discoveries show the roll from the same district. Of these further to $125.00. Average $91.83. am looking after these matters, If there be another who wants-th- e of such insects in the spread of 125 were drowned and twenty-nin- e Parties that sold some of these mules: Henry Parson 1 for seating arrangements for the. the place bring him out in the disease. Unfortunately this natwere brought here by the $100.00; P. N. Blades 2 for $250.00; Luther England 1 for $85.00; press, the delegates and specta-- ! Pen and Sive the voters si Albert Brummett 1 for $85.00; Robert O. Keltner 1 for $80.00; C. ural abhorrence has not been Carpathia. The child widow, chance to decide upon his merits.'' still had her tors, the organization of the staff M. Hindmanl for $77.50; Huston Bradshaw 1 for $75.00, and enough to protect man under when seen to man the conven"It is needless to say that in Squire Kemp 1 for $80.00. finger nails stained with the red of employes conditions of poverty and hall, and countless other the State convention I shall These are just a few that brought these prices. I measured from harboring such ink painted there on her wedding tion 46 of Highways colts last fall that was from 3 feet 5 in. to 3 feet parasites? and now those who night, according to the Syrian things. I am receiving hundreds stand or fall with my friends 9 in. at 7 days old, they averaged 3 feet 6 in. Now if you want of letters and telegrams from all the same friends with whom I bring the must money you can get them at my stable, understand how much more than fashion, mules that parts of the United States, which Lexington four years My Jacks have the size. Money due if mares or traded and leave a mere personal annoyance is in The Syrians will all be sent to considered and answer- stood at ' Respectfully, question from the existence of their friends in Pennsylvania. must be neighborhood. ago, chief of whom is Ollie-- . the take up the prob-e- They lost practically all their ed. I am working on the prelim- James. parasites must W. L. GRADY. Urey Woodson.-of eradicating them. The property, that of Alexanders inary organization for the cam- , I :i3 e Qgjl! Sandusky & Co. LUMBER j Rubber Tires GOFF BROS. g, Ab-rell- COFFFY.; ! i ... i Gradyvillc Stock Farm. to-d- ay e, e, i ! , , J 1 to-da- y, ess m . K ft. i t ;'.''- - vkT : t t r w- -' THE ADAIR COUNTY KEWS F M. YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY l HU ilwi-M- the Boosters are Alive. n -- Friday and Saturday, May 17th and 18th, the merchants and other business men of Columbia will join in a general CUT these bargains offered, out town customers and visitors will be given by the merchants from whom they Jrny FREE counties are cordially invited to visit Columbia on the above named days. It will be the opportunity of your lives to buy any of Kentucky. We want you to come, knowing that you will be profited, and that the days will be pleasantly spent. s, '' thi.s-secti- on T. 11 G. Rasner. Marvin Young's Place While in Columbia, next Friday and Saturday, call at the store of Marvin Young, who serves all kinds of cold drinks and ice cream. I WILL SELL Nugget Blend Coffee 17c. per lb. 10c Macaroni, 5c per bx. ladies will be welcomed to our sitting room. BSrWill have an early dinner, W. H. Wilson, DEALER IN Call and See Sandusky lumber, & Co. For all kinds of rough and dressed mouldings, porch colums, rubber roofings, laths, sash, doors, and blinds: and also for sash Pish ! Fish sbtapu Granulated First-Cla- ss an 2 ! He h will also furnish you 1 7 pounds of &ancij ALSO frocerles. weights, sash cords, and sash leys. Prices reasonable. pul- Sugar for $1.00. All other groceries to Hes. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone v 40-- J Ice Cream Parlor me next Friday and Saturday. Soft Drinks. DR. J. N, MURRELL DENTIST Office over OI'FICE PHONE JO James' Triplet! Dentist. Bargain Day Prices. J6-- 17 Pounds Best Granulated Sugar, $1.00. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK) THEPLACE. CAN GET MORE hard CASH for Logs and Corn at W. R. Myers' Mill than any place in town. Special attention to custom sawing at lowest price, guaranteed first- - class. I also make the best meal in town. W. R. MYERS. JCST-YO- Milliner Specials As the Spring Millinery season is almost closed, I offer "End of Season Prices" on everything in our line. QoTo J. H". Paoits DRUG HIXIKE ItES. Flowers & Beck MILLINERY. f Stock is yet complete in Newest Creations in Midsummer styles, in Ladies, Misses and Childrens And buy the following articles at reduced prices 17 lb Granulated sugar $1.00 cash 3 cans pink Salmon 30c cash Swift Pride Cleanser per box 6c Tin Buckets, dish pans, bread pans, coffee pots and Pudding pans all for 1 S&-- I will on May 17th and 18th TRIMMED HATS sell all Hats 0 cents each. Take Dinner at Mrs. George Staples. and Shapes at COST. I am located over Marvin Young's grocery, Butler building MRS. LOU ATKINS. Nice Assortment Tin and Granite Ware. Dr. J. N. Page DRUGGIST The Columbia Hotel Friday and Saturday Feed Your Horses Its Worth At While 20c to all who attend the Sales. J. Hancock Prop. Goff Bros. Livery Stable j List of Goods, Prices N. B. Kelsey will sell FLAKE WHITE LARD GRANULATED SUGAR 1 Try the New Mill's flour, as. White as Snow, if you want a Flour with the high flavor that nature gives it. Bakes better, rises better. It makes the old man that went to mill on a mule 25 or 30 years ago think of his boyhood days, when the flour was ground on the old fashion burrs. Verry often we hear them speak of how healthy, how rich the flavor was. The Midget Marvel makes it, bolts it in the good old fashioned way. The proof is in every sack, when the cook finds it rises with half the soda. We cordially invite you to our New Mill. All Drugs Sold At Reasonable Prices. G. P. - Smythe For 9c lb 171b $1 BROWN SUGAR 81b $l '10c SALMON, per can per gal 14c FIRE PROOF OIL, GOLD MEDAL HONEY, 3 glasses for 25c Friday and Saturday Service Firstclass Richardson & Walker Proprietors ' Fire and Life. Columbia Bottling Co. While in town feasting on bargains vvash them down with "My Coca", Cherry, Strawberry, . v . Henry IngranC GENERAL MERCHANT. For next Friday and Saturday I will offer my entire stock of Slippers at the following prices : $3 00 values, $2 50 $2 50 values. $2 15 $2 00 values, others not mentioned, $1 75 $1 50 values will be reduced to $1 30 $1 '25 values $1 10 Insurance GEO. E. WILSON GROCERIES L. E. Youn; Jeweler Next to Pos;Omce 7 bajpLepox Soap Will offer v fccans Standard corn "2 " Fey Red Salmon 3 pkgs Rolled Oats Chewing gum 3 " Kiss-m-e 10c Twist old Field Tobc. 3 All ' other goods in my line Reasonable prices. . 25c 25c 35c : ' . 25c 10c Jemon and Peach. - s j " 25c sold at Clean and pure, why otherwise? Manufactured by Also my entire stock of Hats at the following prices. . $2 00 values, $1 60 $1 50 values, $1 25 $1 25 values, $1 10 $1 00 values, 85 c. : .' Columbia, Visit Hotel i Office Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 Columbia Bottling Co. jNext Friday and Saturday Are Bargain Days in Columbia The News does not mean to trail in the rear in any enterprising movement affecting the people in this section. It will not be out done in generosity or in inducements to gladden the hearts and lighten the burdens So on next Friday and Saturday it will be in full of its many friends. accord with the policy in Columbia. Ten per cent, discount will be given all who settle accounts in this office with the "Coin of the realm" dr. t. a. smith DENTIST Columbia, Kentucky V jssHn addition to the above, I will give absolutely free one Parlor Clock, worth $4 00 to the person or family who spends the most cash or produce with me on the days mentioned. 350 10 cts articles, 8c each. GEO. W. LOWES' Newly Furnished Barber Shop. I C. Russell BTd'g--2n- d Floor Front 1 l. Hutchison Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware! Im piemen ts. 3Qnly S2L00 Cultiyators Y Columbia Hotel Paull Drug Co. Is Offering Bargains in .the Jewelry line. WATCHES Elgin and all other movements. Ladies' and .Gentleman's sizes, in 20 and 25 i year cases, at big reduction. ". Money back if you wantit. ' Columbia you owe us one dollar,- ninety cents pays it and so on. If not a subscriber to The News this is your opportunity, for on the above mentioned days a discount of fifty cents will be given to New subscribers for oneyear only, not less nor for a longer period. Remember 50 cents will send The News for one year to any friend you desire to receive it,vif you subscribe and pay for it on next Friday and Saturday. This proposition closes Saturday evening promptly at ten minutes before 8:30 p. m. If you owe th's office you can save money on those days.' on these days. If - Roller Mills "Old' Reliable Souvenir Flour" : ' ; . 1 C.S. HARRIS. 1,7 lb. Granulated 5u&ar :;$s. - Smith & Stevenson, Props ir-- -- - l-- .v ' v-.- -- V, ,.- - IT THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS' Come to Columbia Friday, Saf day Moving Picture Shows Free to the trade. PRICE SALE. All will give special inducements in prices, etc., as briefly outlined on this advertisement. In addition to TICKETS to the Moving Picture Show on each day. Show 'will be from 1 to 5 p. m. People from Adair and adjoining thing and every thing at the very lowest prices, to meet your friends, and see the finest motion Picture shows ever reeled off in It will be like a "Hoine Coming" to see so many old friends together. . The Jeffries Hardware Store All sizes common Sinclair Also Will Give Free One Set Rodgers Frank F ..t" w I - I. One " Ingram 20c Ribbon at 1 21c Embroidery nails 24c per pound. Two Walking Buckeye Tongue Cultivators at cost. Twenty horse collars different grades and sizes, at cost. See our Will give you 10 per cent, off on all Shoes and Slippers sold on the above dates. lt , lot of 10 to "10 to 7c 5c 10c 5c 10c " " Lady's 25c belts 71 to 10c Gingham j.Ct t.if , " . " 20 to 25c Muslin and Silk Gingham $2.00 hats for $2.00 to $3.00 shoes and Slippers $1.50 to $2.50 mens pants " " Mens and boys suits dirt cheap $1.00 $1.49 $1.00 Bros. 1847 I New Process h i Oil Stoves Knives and Forks worth 5.00, to the one that pays me most CASH for GOODS Or On ACCOUNT will have many other "BARGAINS" to offer not ! mentioned for want of space. All buying N. B. ten dollars worth of goods or pay ing their accounts will be Allowed 5 per cent discount Reed & Miller Granulated sugar Brown sugar 18 lb Compound Lard Good can Corn Can Peas 31b can tomatoes Good 17 Rccd Hardware Co., Pattcson & Denney. Will Offer We will sell on One $65.00 Majestic Range $55.00 Avery's No. 3 Double Shovel Plow $1.50 lb. May 17 and 1 8 all $1 .00 grade Overalls and work . s. , ., , ' $1.00 $1.00 9cts lb 8 cts '- - Smooth Galvenized Wire No. 9, $3.40; No. 11, pants at All 50c youth Overalls at AH 35c Brownie Overalls at Men's 50c work shirts at ... ,.. 65c 35c 25c 40c 20c $1.46 $2.45; No. 12, $2.55 Sets lOcts 40c a gal. 4c a package 4c a package Pratts Stock & Poultry Remedies v Men's and Ladies 25c every day Straw Hats at. '. .'. A lot of Mens $2.00 Oxfords at .!:. A lot of Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Oxfords at Calicos, per yard ,. i '.,.'. ' ; $1.98 5c JOG A lot of mens' 50c Percale Shirts White Syrup Uneeda Biscuits 50c packages 35c, 25c packages 15c Rubnomore powder Big Reduction in Granite and Tin We will give to the Customer buying the Largest Bill of Goods on the two days a set of Wagon Breeching Worth $6.00 Ware 15 per cent, discount on all mens' and boy's felt hats. We will make special prices on all our goods during these two days. We will give each gentleman that purchases from us a suit of clothes, on either of these days a belt or a nice pair of suspenders or a necktie, worth . . We will give to the gentleman or lady who purchases the largest bill of goods from us during these two days a pair of the best shoes tn our store. We invite you to come in and be convinced. 50 Patteson & Denney. Miller & Miller . Russell & Co. DRY GOODS. Special Invitation. 20c 9i We will Sell on the above dates 31b vru:- I cr : c i uuic opeciai uu uiui w imc tvlu AU 10 and 12c Dress Ginhams 1 . .. Bleached Sheeting, sale price- 9 J Brown Sheeting, sale price 50 Pieces Standard Assorted Calicos 50 Pieces Best Brands Assorted Calicos. . . Brown Cottons Hope Bleached Cotton, . . , .' Heavy Brown Drills . ' 18 4J 5 i You are especially invited to call and oxamine my stock and get my prices on all kinds of merchandise. My stock dry goods is complete with White Goods, Piques, Corduroy, VoiJs, Marqusetts. All kinds of Trimmings, Bandings, Embroi'deies! Flouncings. My stock of shoes is full of New Things in Tan, Black and White, Bucks and Canvas. It will pay you to see my stock of Mens' and Boy's Clothing. Full ine Blue Serges and New Designs, in all colors. Full line odd Pants in mens and Boys. The latest things in Mens and Boys' Shoes m both black and tan. Men's and Boys's Hats, in new colors and shapes: I' have just received a New line of Druggets, in all prices, from the cheapest to the best grades. New designs in Straw Matt- 5 to 61 7 -- l : ... . , i..u ,'; ' . . ( ,8 21c ; ' 6 cakes Tomatoes C. lOcts U 6 ' 6 3 pkg 1 lb Heath Coffey. 3 cakes Shine all for housecleaning 5 sal smokeless coal oil K E.Soap " B. D. " " Lenox " .25c 25c 25c 65c. 10c 90c- V'l. U . a UIUU n,.ir.min,. VjllCV.fk uuuiaina Heavy Colored Cotton Shirtings 36 inch Shirting Percales and Madras- Mens Negligee Shirts, 50c ; values Mens Gauze Shirts and Drawers, 25c ; values -- '' . V?.' V . 8J' 5' .i7c , 9c v - if Iyf - We will also give,. 5 per 'cent', off .counts paid 6n,th,e.se . .A. on.-al-l ac- - .V -... 10c All Silk Ribbons, 2 to iench wide, all colors 19c ...K. Mens Suspenders, 25 and 35c; values of 0 per cent, on all Rugs, Art Squars, Carpets, ' ' Special discount , , Mattings, Linoleums and Oil Cloths. , ija Custom-mad- e Clothing, mens', boys, ch'ren. v 0 per cent, discount on )... 00 pVs mens' "Eclipse" low cut shoes, prices, $3.50 and $4.00, !2:'75 Patent Leather and Tans, sale price. . . . To the man buying largest bill, fust day, will be given pr. men's finest shoes. To the lady buying largest bill, hrst day, 1 pr, la' dies' finest shoes. To the customer paying most cash for goods or on account, one 9 " by 12 Manor ' Brussels rugs.-- Liberal discounts in.all.departnvts.-,- , .. " RUSSELL' & CO.,. , 1 1 1 1 ; j " 35c. 19c ) ings. Any thing in my line wilf show you U- tKe new things at lowest J prices... v ! -- , ar v ' 'm m vr. 'x ymr - !;- - -- '""'"' .' " V'V i. a- ' '.. Br.ts-- . Walker .' - TiEi V -- i,j- ' '-P- v tPUBBPUP W'T r V THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS FarmS, A Remedy No Family Never whip a horse when he y Should Do Without shies. It will increase his fear. . tockCrop. LOCUST - GROVE - STOCK - FARM PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by will awaken unrefreshed. Hence, it is Important for you and for all the members of your family that a 'xooA. reliable laxative be always kept such emergency. in the "house befor just and when needed needed, sure It is want to at hand. No family that is you it careful of its health can do without such remedy. But the question of which a remedy to have on hand is also of vast importance. The laxative most highly recommended by the majority of intelligent Americans as being best for babies and grownups is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep and human matter how healthy asay may be it is safe to that Inot many months are passed without teome obstruction of the bowels, in other .words, constipation, even if only temporary. The bloating, the dull feeling: Jinay start after the evening meal. If a it is laxative is not taken that night sound, certain that sleep will not be you t Ko fbeine many people like R. H. Morgan, Price, Tenn., and Mrs. H. C. Davidson, Wart-racTenn., say they would as soon be without the necessities as without Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buyine it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. "W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Montlcello, 111. Your namo and address on a postal card will do. e, sin. It is a liquid laxative-tonimild, and never gripes, is effective on robust people and can be given with safety to an infant. Children like it because of these gentle qualities and because it is pleasant to the taste. remedy you It is the best can have in the house for any disorder of the stomach, liver and bowels, and c, all-arou- Oaks & Nichols, of Columbia, bought a pair of harness horses for $810. of Hallsville, Mo., sold Wesley Wright a pairj mules for$550. of W. B. Tucker, five-year-o- ld DR. KING'S Mrs. lew uisoovi J. E. Cox, Joliet. $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50e AND DRUGGISTS. If every bird comes irom an egg, and every egg from a bird, where did the first bird come C. D. RA.VEIST Bi:RD Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at my Barn. RAVEN BIRD Sired 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, whicli 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 rcanner. 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. by-Re- Crenshaw SURGEON from? W. L. Green & Son, of Cen-trali- a, Mo., sold a load of big VETERINARY The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Courier-Journ- al iuiiiiiiimiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiitiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiii mules to a St. Paul, Minn., firm for $5,250. Rood Kelsick, of Readsville, Mo., sold a pair of work mules to R. R. Buckner, Auxvasse, Mo., for $350. The cheapest pork is produced where the pigs are grown on d Tr""J!F"iy ,j?yjy4riy Attnetin to. Eyes Special 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 1 Woodson : Lewis I The great Green River Merohan- - S H dise Distributor, has just Received a f 3 Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - g B ing, Shoes &c. H ff Which he is offering at Popular prices. . 50 Suits carried over at one Third - off. cr Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl - - Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will' give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. ! $6.25 4.75 4.25 variety and kept growing thrif from start to finish. Joseph Holt, of Hatten county. Mo., sold a span of exceptionally 'good mare mules to Harry Brow, of Audrain county, Mo., for $550. Will Vivion, the Grand Prairie mule man, bought a pair of horse mules from Car Wise, of Han's Prairie, in Fulton Mo., for $430. Mutton is a choise meat, better in some respects than either beef or pork. Why not get a few breeding sheep and raise some mutton animals on your farm? Louisiana has taken longstfide in the raising of the goat, the number of her animals being 57,-0and the values showing an increase of 60 per cent, over t-- ly five-year-old 38 RESIDENCE, ON BURKSYILLE STREET. Joseph Q H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : KentucKy, Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. Have a Full Stock of Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c ' per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 15$ hands high. You will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har ness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place t him. Hisfuture as a show horse and as a producer of saddle hors- -' 1900. es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to in-- j s If you haven't sown a patch sure a living colt. of rape yet for the hogs, get Marion busy. It will pay you. Sow Marion is a black Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands beans is another crop that you high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and ears. ' ought to include in your hogs He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most menu this year. to insure a living colt. Spend more time studying excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 The above described stock will do service at my barn in Columyour animals, crops and soil. bia. The more we hear' about our I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a disfarms the better able we will be to meet the demands of prof- tance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all cases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to itable farming, other stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. Joe Beagle, of near Berry, has All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible a cow. that gave birth to a calf, which seems to be should any occur. in good health and grows and A. S. CHEWNING, Columbia, Kentucky. looks to be a good calf, ezcept the extra leg. I five-legg- ed Why Not Read The Courier Journal? HENRY WATTEKSON Editor. We Can Furnish You The Adair County News and the John A. Myers, of Midway, sold his grey jack, Sampson, to H. R. Cowles, of Statesville, N, Sampson is said C, price to be one of the finest jacks that ever left Kentucky. $1-100- mmmmwm m Attention! ihhik The News, Columbia, Ky. Weekly Courier-Journal Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Harry Comes High. 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. :r- rr S E j - j j out by a New York critic of the defects in our system of handling criminals that Harry Thaw has cost New York $151,000 since he murdered Stanford White, and says that if eiiort to get tnis moral idiot ana homicidal lunatic out of the It is figured This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to Write Courier-Journ- al 0 Com- - linmmmmmmnfflnmnminmn I i good deal more. The Millionaire al Most of the methods of "breakmurderer is indeed an expensive ing up" hens from sitting are factor of the modern social prob and It develops that all the great Mr Roosevelt's financial backer, lem. Here in Kentucky we have cruel, andu tire mun distress the j UCHO wiivj o uvu cue ocean lines, while masquerading George W. Perkins, also on the never had one. The nearest ap UlUUUeilb blame for their instinct. The under different names, are, in list. proach to Harry Thav in this kindest way is the following: iact, owned by the International State is '"Beech" Hargis, the bad . .. When it is necessary to stop the ' JNavigauuu cuiuyamr, lawipu- Now is the time to get rid of you boy of Jackson, who went to the rated in New Jersey on June t; rheumatism. You.candoit by apply devil the more quickly because inclination, place. the hen in a 1899. And wno IS at tne nead ing Chamberlain's Liniment and Mas family's dealth. "Beech," nice clean coop alone with fresh rtf fhP list Of StOCKnOlderS ( Who nnrinr fne narta freelv atanr-V- i nnnIi.o of his l we believe, will stay put. grass and all the meat cut fine else than J. P. Morgan, with tion. For sale by Paull Drug Co. ! The Adair County News and Daily Courier-JournBoth one year $4.00 lt:ll":r! that she will eat. mediately The meat the im- pany, .Louisville, Ky., tor free sample copy of edition you desire, out be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. . increases egg What Tevans Admire is hearty, vigorous life, according to Hugh Tallman. of San Antonioi "We find,' 'he writes, "that Dr. King's New-LifPills surely put new life and energy into a person. Wife and I believe-the- - wv nourishment, and while the hen is having a really good time she is fast preparing herself to mence laying eggs. com- It will take but two or three days before she are the best made." Excellent forgets all about sitting, having for stomach, liver or Kidney troubles. 25cts Paul Drug Co. other affairs to attend to. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ; Chinn Will Run. Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." A conference of announced and CARDUI Womanlfomc We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for wornem Cardui relieves women s sunenngs, ana DuuasweaK women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, help you, for it has helped a give it a trial. It shouldfrom pure, harmless, herb ingrediothers. It is made ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try itl Your druggist sells ii Write to: Ladles' Advisory Depi, Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tenn., book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 58 for Special Instructions, find re prospective candidates for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Eighth district was held 'at the Victoria Hotel in Louisville for the purpose of centering upon and agreeing on one candidate to make the run against Congressman Harvey Helm, of Stanford, the incumbent. Those present were Judge Jere A. Sullivan, of Richmond; Judge John W. Sullivan and Col. Jack Chinn, of Harrodsburg; W. J. Price, of Danville; John H. Welch, of Nicholasville, and Senator W. E. Dowling, of Lawrenceburg. The conference was called by Judge Hughes, and Judge SulThe Demonds of the Swgmp livan was selected as chairman. are mosquitos. As they sting they put ship-building ried a sufficient number of these, Marconi's greatest victory over the terrors of the deep would have been won on April 15, for the wireless telegraph did its wonderful work most nobly. In spite of the recklessness of going at high speed through iceberg infested waters, every soul on board would have been saved and picked up by the vessel which arrived in response to the S. O. S. flames shot through the air across the billows. Fewer swimming pools and palm gardens, elevators and ball rooms, and more life boats will be the enforced rule in in the future. Todd County Times . As "Ed Howe Sees Life. In Mexico, a day's work is a half hour's practice with a pistol or rifle. I have noticed that an old soldier who has seen a good deal of real fighting, and lost an arm, or a leg, or an eye, can usually be convinced that peace is a good THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 1 wobld surprise you to know of the Res. 'Phone 29. good that is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey great It Office 'Phone 40- -: writes. My wife has been using Chamberlain's Tab;, lets and finds them very effectual and ''doing her lots of good." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowels i give them a trial. For sale by Paull Drug Do. B. f Newberg Junction, N. Dr. James Triplett Dentist, deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow the icy chills and the fires to who was the strongest man to of fever. The appetite flies and the make the race a secret ballot was strength fails; also malaria often paves deadly typhoid. Eut Electaken with a view to settling the the way for kill and cast out the malaria tric Bitters matter. When the votes were germs from the blood; give you a fine counted it was found hat Judge appetite and renew your strength. "After long suffering, , wrote, Wm Sullivan had received three, Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "three Judge Hughes one and Mr. Welch bottles drove all the malaria from my one. Before the ballot was tak- system, and I've had good health ever since." Best of all stomach, liver and en Mr.Price declared that he was kidney ills. 50 cts at Paul Drug Co. After considerable discussion as JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 ELLW00D 26 INCHES HIGH WIRE AT 17 CENTS FENCE conference. after this Immediately PER ROD not a prospective candidate, and Seed Corn. consequently would not participate in the ballot. Mr. Price said he regarded Judge Sullivan For many years the problem as clearly entitled to the support of good seed has not faced the of all those who took part in the farmer to such an extent as it does We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as Jong as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. 58INCH 50IHCM -- Ts. 42IRCH YYX7X7YXW AAATVTwwTTW XaXHtoI( ia inchVV )()(( XaXHXaXaXaXaX ,waSgrW?HSSR3' auraLViayirsP'M'urCT- 'lirxjiuAKU tLUHUUU Mtuu vr'!l.WWLi'MfaJw.aVflftr :iyicjnauc in ma iitujnia Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Prog ram of the Fourth District Convention, to be Held at Monticel- 10, rvy., May Z4-zbeginning rnaay o, Evening at 7:30 7:30 7:45 8:00 9:00 Song and Devotional Address of Welcome Address Appintment of Committees - , A. H. Baugh C. W. Harrison by. the President SATURDAY MORNING 6:30 Workers Conference, the Bible School and 9:15 Song and Devotional Missions , 9:30 10:00 10:45 11:15 11:50 Announcement of Committees Led by School An A. B. C in Session W. J. Clark New Points of Emphasis in 1912 "Front Rank Standard" Address State Worker, H. W. Elliott The Convention Year Bible School Campaign W. E. Frazee AFTERNOON SESSION 1:30 Business Session, (a) Sect's Report, (b) Committe Reports F. J. Barger, A. H. Baugh 2:00 The Front Rank, or Light Bearing Church 2:45 The A. B. C Service ,. . W J. Clark General Discussion 3:30 What Must We Do Tobias Huffaker 4:00 The Bible School and Temperance EVENING SESSION 7:30 The Desciples, or Christian Church, Which? J. Q. Montgomery 8:00 The A. B. C. and the Kingdom, Steropticon Lecture W. J. Clark -- SUNDAY MORNING 9:30 Model Bible School 10:45 Address "The Call of the Christian Ministry" Communion Service. Convention Offering j 10 Pres. R. H. Crossfield AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSION 2:00 ine -- uictuuuu aim ivcuuiy i logrdin wm D given Behalf of the C. W. B. M. IVork mrs. iancy, in this Spring. The wet, confer- warm weather last fall was most ence Judge Sullivan went into injurious to seed corn and its another conference at The Tyler proper ripening and drying. In with others of his friends. almost every field rotten shocks After being closeted with them and rotten corn was prevalent, for some time he announced his and it was a hard matter at huskcandidacy against Congressman ing time to select good seed. Helm and Col. Chinn. Even this selection should not Col. Chinn, at the close of the be final, but the ears saved for conference at the Victoria, de- seeding this spring should be clared that it was a "frame up" carefully tested for germination. with a view of forcing him out This will entail a great deal of of the race. careful work, but it will mean a "Before the vote was taken," full stand or a short one when n,'nL-- , P- t... he said, "I told all present that summer comes, and this will rerente Kan rHuuiupny. I was the only announced candi- sult in a full crop condition of a As a dispoiler of beauty of date. I agreed to cast a vote, haror three-fourthowever, and voted for Judge vest. Farmers should look into face, discontenmerit with what Sullivan. When the result was this question fully as it is a very you nave or wnat you haven't holds first rank. announced he said he would make serious one. the race, provided his selection at In doing something well worth the conference was made unanThe Democrats have com- doing every man ought to find imous. By that time I had menced to quarrel in Kenttcky. his highest satisfaction. eome to the conclusion that the The trouble was started at the The people who complain of whole proceedeing was a farce, meeting of the Executive Com- too much rain forget that it may and told Judge Sullivan that if itJ mittee in Louisville a few days mean an increased crop later on. required my vote to make his se ago. In calling the county and Good intentions do not comlection unanimous it would nev- State conventions Gen. Haley pensate for rude or gruff maner be that way. discriminated against Louisuille, ners. "I have been an avowed candi and Louisville doesn't like to be We can forgive the fool, the date for three months, and have discriminated against. Of careless or even the selfish man, now made up my mind to remain course the good Democrats of but he who neglects his mother in the race to the last. I have Louisville have as much right to in poverty, sickness or old age been in the political game too fair treatment as the good Demhas no place in the estimation of long to be made the 'goat,' and ocrats of other places, but Gen. a good man. so told the gentlemen who were Haley didn't think so, and that's Traits which are virtues in our They where the trouble comes in. a party to the 'fr&ne-up- .' own children become vices in the tried to 'horn' me from the The Democracy of Louisville children of our neighbors. track but it didn't go. I expect may have wounded the tender The most difficult things we they will try to beat me, but feelings of Gen. Haley by giving they will know they have been 5,000 majority to his old enemy, have t0 deal with are not aIways to the races when they do." Governor McCreary, last No- the largest When we. find it easy to borvember. A majority like that, The Lesson of the Titanic. when handed to one of the Gen- row money we soon learn to reerals enemies always hurts the gard it as of little value. farmIt is terrible and pathedically feelings of a big Democrat like Farming extensively and good deal true that nothing of really great Gen. Haley. It's a pity, though, ing intensively sound a they are vastly differbenefit to humanity can be ac- and a wonder, too, that the Gen- alike but n love for party ent. A clean minded man alcomplished save by the loss of eral's produces clean milk. life. Liberty is won through harmony didn't prevail upon him ways allow foul air around the carnage of battled and civil- to do the right thing when he Do not cow stables or places where ization inarches in the wake of called those conventions for the the milk and cream are kept. the sword. Horrible as it was, Democratic party. Larue CounIt is hard to believe that there the Titanic disaster will prove ty Herald. the means of saving thousands There never was a time when people are dangers lurking in milk. Its of lives at sea hereafter, for the appreciated the real merits of Chamber very whiteness bespeaks its puristrong arm of the law will iri the lain's Cough Remedy more than now. ty, yet this very quality may conis shown by the increase m sales future prohibit ships loaded with This voluntary testimonial a from persons ceal the growth to countless and human freight from crossing the who have been cured by it. If you or germs, and its sweetness may ocean unless carrying enough your children are troubled with a cough lurk the drinker into an unwaror cold give it a trial and become aclife boats to accommodate every quainted with its good qualities. For ranted sense of security. Lexington Herald. passenger. Had the Titanic car- - ale by'.Paull Drug Co. to-da- thing. A slender, pretty girl of fiiteen, with fat ancestors, cannot realize what is ahead of her. As a rule, if you give a whipping, you must take one. This "Modern Efficiency" you are hearing about is the same old "Work Hard" your grandfather heard about. Don't be a joke on yourself. The man who says he does good not because of fear, or hope of reward, but because of the pleasure he finds in helping others, is liable to take the Lord into partnership, and believe that the people should say their prayers to him. A man of sense does not require a policeman at his elbow constantly; a sensible man is own policeman, and knows it doesn't pay to violate the ordinances. When I heard of a quarrel, I know what it means; two men are trying to get the best of it; and the quarrel will be settled when each man takes what he knew he was entitled to in the first place. A country doctor is celebrated who was called to see a man very ill with an unknown disease, thereupon the doctor tried to throw his patient into fits, a complaint he claimed to understand. The people y are trying to throw business into politics, although we know from long ex perience that politics 13 epilepsy, and incurable. Louisville Time. BRIGHTER, BETTER.j BIGGER THAN EYER THEJREGULARIPR1CE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDEfc YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of corres pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news fielo I completely. Has the best and fullest mar ! t ; kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but two-thir- ds hs j fajr to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCR1P-T10- N RIGHT WAY Kentucky Fair Dates, Harrodsburg 2. July uly 30-Augu- sfc Mt. Sterling-JGeorgetown 23-2- 7. ! 3. July 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 30-August 1-- 3. 7-- 9. 7-- 9. 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. 20-2- 2, 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1. 4-- 6. Bowling 4-- 7. Green September well-know- September 47, Sanders September Monticello September Newport September Horse Cave September Morgantown September 19- Torapkinsville 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 18-21. 21. Lexington . .May field October October -- 12. 9-1- 2. Helps H Judge in Bad fix Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills, Tenn. was plainly worried. A bad sore on his leg had baffled several doctors and long resisted all remedies. "I thought it was a cancer," he wrote. "At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was completely cured." Cures burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruise3 and piles. 2."Scts at Paul Drug Co. i.- n.v 8. '& lv - rJ -- I s. V-- r t ..vtr , I SWfe'?3ti' '1Ti THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ADAIR THE COUNTY NEWS discharged' and 'who is over 62 reports' the, tobacco "T Published Every Wednesday dair County News Company,. ( Incorporated.) - CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. ln-ere- st Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offlce as sec-a- d WED. MAY., 15. 1912 Democratic Ticket. For President OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. Announcements i For Congress We are authorized to announce Jack Chirm a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held Au gust, 6ra. Glensfork. years, old, is cared, for by the quiet. new law. Capt. W. W. Bradshrw, of l Farmers in this section are laFor veterans 62 years ,and oyer called .to see us last ter 'with their corn.plariting than X provided in the law, for Thursday, while en route for they have been, in many years. the rate ninety days' service is $13 a Glasgow. Capt. informed ,us John S. Helm, who had oper-month, and it ranges to $16. a that, he had just returned from ated a blacksmith snop!atthis month up to three years of serv- an extended trip through Ten- - nlace for over twentv vears. has X , v ice; for 66 years old and over, nessee in the interest of the moved to Campbellsville. Mr. On Friday and Saturday the 17 and 18th, will the rate is $15 a month for nine- Sunday school work and met hHelm is a fine workman and a X ty days and ranges up to $19 for with great success. give 50 lbs of High Grade Patent Flour to the one splendid citizen and we were sorthree yesrs; for 70 years old and In cpnclusion, I must say to ry to Have to give him up. bringing the biggest and best lot of wheat for ex- over, the rate for ninety days is my old friend and neighbor J. change. All Flour guaranteed to give satisfaction. Mrs. Thomas, of Bakerton, is $18 a month and ranges up to $25 Cager Yates, that our allusion visiting the family of Mr. Jas. IN. a month for three years; at 75 was only to the people of our Jones years old and over, the rate for own county, as to the production Mrs. Laura' Jackman and famninety days' service is $21, and of eggs and chickens. We only MX Richardson & Walker'Props. ily, of Columbia, were visiting 7K range up to $30 for three years. alluded to hens of the peneroyal 7K relatives at this nlao.p. lash wppV. MMyMMv.M,,,,..,... district and not of the Blue Grass 'V G. Wesley Turner, who has Gradyville. region where their eggs are numbeen attending school at Bowling berless as the sands of the seaOwing to the continued rains Green, has returned home. Mr. for the past week stopped our shore. Bro. please send us down Turner is one of the best and Mr. B. H, Gilpin came in on last a few eggs, we want to get the corn planting. most popular young men in this Thursday. stock. section and it goes without say - ; Miss Mollle Caldwell, spent Saturday Mr. J. D. Walker is spending ing that he is receiving a hearty in Louisville- a few days in Columbia this Cane Valley. Mr: H; J?- - G?ldweli. Burdick, was welcome from his many friends. week. . Co-lumb- market very ';' '." )' ia, KHC 1 The New Roller Mill m m to -- -, ' f m i i i - Bae Personal ONE EOP . ! s Dr. James Taylor and wife, of Mr. Claud Edrington and East Fork, were in our midst mother, who have been making one day last week. their home in Campbellsville re Sullivan. Mr. W. W.Yates of Edmonton, turned to this place last Monday. c We are authorized to announce A. J. is spending a few days with us Miss Ruth and Ann Lizzie Sullivan, of Madison county, a candiSquires were the guests of Mrs. date for Congress in this the Eighth at this time. District, subject to the action of the last Saturday We are glad to note that Uncle Edd Hancock Democratic primary to be held August George W. Flowers, who has night and Sunday. 3, 1912. been confined to his room for Miss Ada Feese and Miss Senator Smoot gave out a several days with a complication Ruth Sublett were Columbia statement denying that Clarence of diseases, is able to be on the visitors last Friday. V. T. Richeson was ever a mem- stage of action again. Mr. Bingham Moore and wife, ber of the Mormon Church. Judge N. H. Moss, of Colum- spent last Sunday with Mrs. Representative Madden, of Il- bia spent a day or so in this com- Charity Moore and family. Mr. R. L. Judd and family linois, denounced Minority Lead- munity last week. Mr. W. L. Winters spent last have moved to the property of er Mann, over a publication alleging that Mr. Madden had en- Friday in Columbia on business. Mr. B. J. Conover on Mill St. Mr. J. A. Diddle is looking Mr. Tom and Bruce Kerr, of tered a plot against the minority e leader in the appro- after some business affairs over Taylor county, were here last priation bill. in the good state of Indiana this Wednesday. week. Miss Docia Woodrum enterIn his peech at Columbus, 0. Mr. Patton, of Greensburg tained a small crowd at her home Taf t called Kentucky as a witspent a day or so in our city last on last Wednesday evening. ness to the effect of the decree week selling insurance stock. Mr. Charlie Paxton wife and m the tobacco Trust case. Misses Hughes and Bell, the little son, are visiting Mrs. Pax-toRoosevelt was charged with of Green county, this week. visiting arbitration treaties. In popular young ladies of Edmona spectacular tour of Ohio the ton, accompanied by Mr. Hughes Before buying pumps call and see my President will deliver seventv- - of the same place, stoped over stock, all kinds, prices low. S. F. Eubank. for the night at Mr. J. A. Diddle five speeches. one night last week while en Humble. The War Department has laid route for Columbia. down the rule that access to its Mr. and Mrs. Clay Kinnaird of Messrs. Chas. Hammond and records of the service of Confed- Red Lick, were in our midst one erate soldiers who are applicants day last week. Mr. Kinnaird U. T. Selby, passed through here for pensions under the Kentucky reports business quiet in his sec- today with a nice lot of cattle act will be given only when ap- tion with very little farming for the upper counties. Miss Alta Coffey, of near Ono, plication is made through Ken- hone. geand-parentat tucky officials empowered to adMr. Warren Moore the wide is visiting her judicate such claims. awake merchant of Weed, sold this place. post-officn, 24-St Eugene Buster has sold his Mr.j. A. DnIworthf Camp Knox farm to Burton Bunch, ' was here Thursday. of Creelsbore, and will move to Mr. E. 0. Euster.fof Creelsboro. was in Columbia last week. Ohioiira short time. I here last Thursday. down the throat o a "ffapey cMclcen destroys tho worm and saves the chick's life A few drops la the drfnVfng vratef 1 WAA WoKK was m TicrriUr, Liuuisvuie ; mv i ; at r "' M ta ifr, "' a frtm "-- j. Mot LOUIS, W3S t ta HMM&ti CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, ronp, cholera and other chick diseases. last week receiving treatment, from an ear specialist. He also visited his brother, Elbert, at RnmlinoV - ; Mr. j. r. Sims, of Lebanon, was here day or two of last week. a H. Eades, ofMonticeiio, spent last week in Columbia. Mr. BourbonPoulfryCiire i Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every ponltry raiser should ieep a bottlo ol this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address BOUflBOH REMEDY COMPANY, One 50c Bottle of w. Clreon MkVWllI imss lumme returnedSfrom a Willie Helm, who has vMt tn - - MontiPPii hoi r vwa teaching school in Georgia, has Dr. H. C. Bruner. insurance ncrpnt-returned home and is visiting his has been here several days. sister, Mrs A. E. Rippetoe, this Mr. S. P. McDowell, Danville, a stock dealer, was here last week. place. ua' w Lexington. Ky. . Sold by PSULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. Miller, of Wheat, oats, meadows and pas- relatives in Columbia Crocus, visited last week. tures are looking fine. Also Miss Pearl Hindman, is attending an there is the finest prospect for a educational meeting at Frankfort. fruit crop there has been in many Mr. L. W. Destler, New York, called years. LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows MARKETS on Live Stock CATTLE S7.007.50 Cutters Canners Bulls - Feeders Stockers '. 5.506.50 4256.00 2.5o3.00 2.003.00 3.255.00 4.253.75 3.755.50 35.0O-45.C0 4 Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS ... 15.00-35.- 00 Choice 210 up . .. .- - Mediums, 165 to 210 Pigs Roughs SHEEP AND LAMBS 7.75 7.65 6.50 7.00 The baseball game between the Town Club and the Lindsey-Wilsoteam, drew a large crowd to L, W. T.-grounds last Tuesday afternoon. W. H. Wilson managed the Town team and Charly Diddle was in charge of the Lindsey-WilsoThe game was called to see our merchants last week. about 4 o'clock and it was spirited all Mr. J. K. Claxton, Winiston-Saleway through. 'There were some fine N. C, was in Columbia a few days ago. plsys on both sides, but the town team Mr. Hugh Noe, was here a few days won, the scores being Vi to 9. ago, and went from here to Font Hill. Wanted, to buy a gasoline engine, Mr. H. B. Swearington, Louisville, 7J or 8 horse power. was here last week a pension agent. Patterson & Denney. Columbia Ky. Messrs. F. W. Miller and G. R. WiL 23-lliams,. Eunice, were in town a day or two ago. The Boosters takes uu a great deal Dr. James Taylor, of Bridgeport, of our space this week. Read carewas visiting in Columbia last Saturday. fully what each one has to say and come in next Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Knight, Jamestown, attended Field Day exercises at Remember the announcements for L. W. T. s. this week. the Lindsey-WilsoMrs. Junius Hancock, is visiting at the home of her son, Mr. W. F. HanCall onCassius Breeding, Little Cake, cock, Louisville. Josh Beard, Eunice, for $3.00 corn. Mr. Fred Chapman, of Springfield, Born, to the wife of James Kelsey, spent the latter part of last week with Glenville, May 2, 1912, a son. bis parents here. Miss Lou m S. n. It n, Mrs. Pus3 Williams, of Edith, visited It is likely that a number of stock her daughter, Mrs. Charles Jlerriford, buyers will be here next Monday, the opening of circuit court. last week. Dr. Simpson Simmons and Wife, s, Best lambs Culls 5.00 G.00 00 Chattanooga was chosen as the next meeting place for the United Confederate veterans. Louisville was not entered in the race, through fear on the part of the Kentucky veterans that such action might prejudice the candidacy of Gen. Bennett H. Young of Louisville, for the post of commander-in-chie- f. Mr. G. P. Smythe, a well-know- n attorney of this place, and an ardent supporter of Mr. Roosevelt, has been employed by the State Committee to go into the second district and prepare contested papers which will go before the National Committee. Mr. Smythe left for Owensboro iand Henderson Monday. -- a nice bunch of young cattle last week tor a fancy price, to some parties of the Milltown section. Dr. Ben Taylor and son, James of Edmonton, called in to see us last Satarday while en route for We was agreeably Columbia. surprised to see the Dr. looking so well. He looked as young as he did twenty-fiv- e or thirty years ago. From his appearance he certainly is good for thirty or forty years more to say the least of it. There are a few soldiers living in this part of county. Fatsheep GRAIN. 3.005.00 Gradyville, were shopping in Columbia 3.00-4.Thursday. For Sale 27-at One mare and a mule. J. W. Morris There is a series of meeting at Mt, Olivet church, conducted by Wheat Rev. McMinn, Mr. S. W. Wilson has returned from a business trip to Somerset. Mr. Robert Cravens and family left here Sunday May 7, for Tennessee to make their home Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks , Corn Local Market. To-day. '.. there, Frank Webb made a business Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool spring clipping Hide3 (green) -- ". Mr. Oscar McBeath, has about reEvening of Plays, Lindsey-Wilso- n covered from his recent illness, now Saturday evening May 18. 90 able to walk about town. 50 Field day exercises will appear next Rev. J. R. Crawford will attend a week. meeting of the General Assembly, Louisville, this week. A few more days, then vacation. Miss Emma Triplett, daughter of 14 Eugene Triplett, deceased, visited relNeatsburg. 8 atives in Columbia, one day last week. 7 Miss Lorena Pyle, who has been visit3 ing m Birmingham, Ala., for the past Several from this place were two months, returned home Saturday 8 . We trust that their efforts for a pension will be granted, for the majority of them in this section are in a helpless condition both financial and physical. The only trouble there is so few living it is a very hard matThe President has signed the ter to establish all the requirenew pension bill and it is now a ments in their cases. law. It provides increased penMr. Lucien Gadberry,of Sparks sions for 420,965 veterans, acville, spent a day or so last week cording to the estimates of the House, Conference Committee. canvassing our town and commil-itar- y. trip to Esto Tuesday. .:. 9 10 18 There is a fine prospect for 8 fruit here Feathers .' 42 .: 4 00 . .. The boys are working the Ginseng ." Beeswax 25 roads while it is to wet to farm, Yellow Root 3 50 they are hauling cedar brush May Apple (per lb) 2 Monticello last Wednesday, accompanand filling in, the bad places. ied Rev Jesse L. Murrell. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilson sigtrii w Twrt nnnl t n& at Monticelio, thirteen conversions, and two little daughters, are rheumatism of the modes of the back, ten addition fo the Methodist church. xor wmcn you win una notmng uecter visiting relatives at Eller. Mr. 0. P. Harvey, of Snmmer Shade, than Chamberlain's Liniment, For a former student in the bo Paull Drug Co. Nannie the little daughter of sale visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Cravens, has, Mrs. Sam Beck, last week. Mr. FOXES WANTED Harvey is in the Mercantile business, been quite sick this week. .- 6 - in Columbia last Monday. Mr. J. S. Breeding was in this Mrs. Robert J. Penecost(nee Miss Pearl Breeding,) of Winder, Ga., ar neighborhood several days last rived last Thursday evening, accompanied by her sister, Miss Bertha week on business. Breeding, who has been teaching in Mr. Tom Lay, the poultry Georgia. buyer of Dunnville, was in our Rev. J. W. Weldon returned from night. midst last Friday. Mrs. Pate Thomas, of Milltown, is spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Cassius 11 rH-- t1 1 : rf I Lindsey-Wilso- n, Red and Gray Foxes $2.50 to $4.00; Minks $5.00 Coons ?1.25, and Express. Send name of. your exiircss office in first letter. and is one of the firm of Harvey, White & Harberson. - W.T. HODGES, Q. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL " Every veteran serving ninety munity for history of Titanic. He days or more in the naval or had wonderful success. service during the Civil Geo. H, '.Nell returned from War, who has been honorably Louisville Thursday. Mr. 'Nell Mr. W. S.- Knight, cashier of the Bank of Jamestown, had the misforFor Sale. tune to fall down a flight of steps a few weeks ago, breaking two of his ribs. The Famous Parry Buggies. Price We are glad to report that he has fully reasonable. J. H. Pelley. recovered, able to spend last "Columbia, Ky. Friday and Saturday in Coiurabia andT-wa- s Box 232, CampbellsYille. Ky. ESTATE s -H u not forget the announcements for Field day at the Graded school .Aday. - j Let everybody attend, ' iS'-iTPublic School this week' the Do Ml II Breeding. Mrs. Birt Reed and daughter, of Columbia, are visiting relatives in this neighborhood. Miss Mary Jones, of Edith, was the pleasent guest of Misses Mattie and Fannie Evans last Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Jule Hatfield and sister, Miss Ora, of the L. W. T. S. visited their- y parents, at. this place, from Saturday - r