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Pretty soon Monsieur comes in, raving at his wife about some report of his singing. Everything disA PROSPEROUS YEAR FOR INSTITUTION. pleases him and he swears and scolds at everything she tries to do for him. finally he throws a waiter of dishes at Lindsey-Wilso- n has just closed the her and has some sort of angry fit. , most successful year in its history. We Miss Latimer cannot stand it learn that the average attendance has empties a pan of water on him, been higher this year than for several and dissappeara. How often would the years, and the average number of Knight, Hogard; "Awakening of the glamour vanish from our infatuations boarders considerably greater than ev- Lion" Kontski, by Misses Walker, if we could but see more closely into er before. The grade of pupils has al- Rosenfield, Crockett, English. the life of object of our infatuation. so been much above the average. We These pieces were all highly enjoyed COMMENCEMENT SUNDAY AND CLOSING are pleased to know that the school is by the audience and were only an adEXERCISES. doing so well. ditional proof of the fine work done at Hon. J. A. Sullivan The Commencement sermon wa3 Lindsey-Wilso- n FIELD DAY. in music. The pieces preached Sunday, May 19, by Rev. S. He is a Democatic candidate for ConEven the weather has shown unusual deserving highest mention probably, if G. Shelley to a large and appreciative gress from the Eighth district. He re- regard for Lindsey's events this spring. any may be selected, were the duo by audience. His text was "And I, if I be sides in Madison county. For the first time in history Field Day, Misses Coy and Hogard; the solo lifted up, will draw all men unto me." on Friday afternoon May the 10th, was "Souvenirs de Trouvatore" by Miss CaMrs. Darnell's Luncheon for Mrs. Gar- - an ideal warm, sunshinny day. The ry Rosenfield; The vocal quartette, It was a masterful address and showed the universal power and influence of the entries were large and the contests en- "Little Cotton Dolly," by Misses Mil- gospel. nett. thusiastically carried out. All the liken, Ollie Crockett, Hogard and GabThe closing races were very good and Lindsey pre- bert; and the piano quartette, "Awak- morning May exercises were Monday Mrs. James Darnell's luncheon yes20, beginning at tea terday at her home on Conway Street sents some exceptionally fine material ening of the Lion," by Misses Walker, o'clock. After thn nndipnop 5trnrl nnri in honor of Mrs James Garnett was a in the way of runners. Fred Rainwa- Rosenfield, Crockett and English, which j was led in prayer by Eld z T wmiain3, beautifully appointed affair, with covers ter, as usual, was the star runner, win- last was also given in the recital Christ-- 1 Misses Milliken and Ollie Crockett sang ning all the races he was in. He also mas, and so highly enjoyed by all. By , laid for fourteen. a beautiful- dnct. "T Wnnlrt That MV . ., w The reception hall and parlors were got the medal awarded by Bro. Kasey, special request Miss milliken, during Love." Next in order came the grad- decorated with quantities of mock as the best all around athlete, scoring the evening, sang again "Schubert's uating speeches; "Trusts," by orange, while in the dining room, pink 48 points. Holt took second, making Serenade." Adair Weldon, and "A plea were 18 points; Jim Guthrie, third with 16 carnations and fosget-me-nofor Universal Peace," by William Cain THE PLAYS used with artistic effect The circular points. The girls' relay race and the Campbell. These speeches were very Miss MacGavock's class in exprestable was in blue and pink, with acover boys' society relay race were as usual fine and did great credit to the young of Russian lace, in the center of which the most interesting events of the af- sion gave four plays Saturday night, gentlemen, who delivered them. When was a silver vase filled with carnations ternoon. About the prettiest thing on beginning with a very pleasing little these had finished the audience took a and forget-me-notsurrounded by sil- the programme was an umbrella parade play by the primary department and recess until eleven o'clock. ver candlesticks holding yellow tapers by seven girls. They were all charm- ending with a play by the graduates in On the house being called together second. shaded with blue shades, The place ingly dressed and their umbrellas expression, Misses Milliken, Loretta again, Rev. S. G. Shelley arose to deShot Put won by Albia Eubank, who The Death of a Good Wife. d reproductions beautifully decorated to harmonize. Dunbar, and Jimmie Curd, assisted by liver the Commencement address. His cards were weight 44 feet. threw a of forget-me-notwith a boutoniere of The judges found it hard to decide Mr. Luther Gadberry. theme was the development of characSack race won by Henry Hancock. The first play, "Maids of All Nathese dainty blue flowers tied to each which looked best. ter, and the finding of a more perfect On the morning of May 15, 1912, Mrs. Three-legge- d race won by Joe WilThe events and their winners were tions," represented a bachelor, imperwith a bow of yellow ribhon. The conlife by sacrifice; "Except a grain of Lula Blair, wife of Melvin E. Blair, son and Allen Eubank. sonated by Master Alfred Pretzel, who fections also carried out the blue and as follows: wheat fall to the ground and die it passed from time into the land beyond. 100 yds. dash, 17 years and under had traveled the world over and seen 50 yd. dash, primary boys won by pink color motif. adideth alone." It was a plea for a She was born Dec. 27, 1878, and was the most beautiful women of every broader life and higher purposes under Jim Shaw. The guests numbered : Mrs. Garnett, Finley first, Hudson 2nd. 33 years, 4 months and 19 days old. Running broad jump Holt 1st 16ft 6 in nation, and in his meditations they all 50 yd. dash, girls won by Winnie the guest of honor; Mrs. C. Walter the peculiar materialistic circumstances She wa3 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. pass before him, each in her native Hudson 2nd 16 ft. 5 in. Barbee. Hay, Mrs. John Grovcr South, Mrs. M. in which we, of modern times, dwell. Stephen Wilkerson, of Glenville, Ky. High jump won by Albia Eubank, One mile race Rainwater 1st, 5:30; feature and costume. As each appears B. Adams, Mrs. E. C. O'Rear, Mrs. ter this powerful - address, Prof. She was united in marriage to Melvin Robert Winn, Mrs. E. C. Roeraele, Willis, 2nd. to him he recalls some pleasing at-- 1 i 5 ft. 6 in. Neilson made a few remarks about the Broad jump won by Bryan English, E Blair, June 24th, 1895. To this un- Mrs. Charles E, Dexter, Mrs. Horace Wheelbarrow race Hudson and Goff tractiveness of that purticular nation ' school; what its purposes were, what it ion four children were born, three of G. Turner, Mrs J. C. W. Beckham, winners. 9 ft. 6 in. and feels a tenderness for every one. had accomplished, and what it hoped 100 yds. dash, 14 and under Reese 1st: But at last the true American girls apGirls relay race won by 'Ruth Craw- whom are living. One infant lies Mrs. Barksdale Hamlett, Mrs, Thomas ever to continue accomplishing. The asleep by the side of its mother, pears and to her he gives his heart. It keynote of his Higgs 2nd. ford's team. MacGregor and Miss Pearl Kell. remarks was "Growth." Boys relay race won by Edd Diddle's 440 yds. 1st., oS sec; was very beautifully carried out. Mrs. Blair accepted Christ as her Frankfort News Journal. Then with appropriate words he awardThe next play was a short and very team. Guthrie 2nd. 11 years ago, and personal Savior ed diplomas to Messrs. Weldon and Candy eating contest won by Ruth united with the Christian church at Girls relay race Ad Astra Society humorous one, "A Horse of Another Campbell; He will Be Remembered. certificates of graduation in Color", by Miss Milliken and Mr. the Department of Expression to Misswinners. Crawford. Glenville. She lived a faithful ChristBall throwing contest won by Jos- ian life until the end came. She was Luther Gadberry. It appears that es Ruth Milliken, Loretta Dunbar, and Somersault race Stephenson 1st. Mr. John Bryant, who lives in the Mrs. Summers Winters (Miss Milliken) ephine Barbee. Pole vault Rainwater 1st, 8 ft 9 in. faithful to the church and Sunday Ozark country, was in town a few days Jimmie Curd; and a certificate of gradShoe race won by Henry Hancock School, and was loved- by all who knew Pole vault for little boys Fred Har- by mistake called in one Justin Tyme uation in the Department of Music to ago, looking a little feeble, but still veterinarian(Mr. Gadberey) to see her Miss Alice Walker. A vocal quartette, Peanut contest won by Frances her. She was a true, loving wife, and able to step brisklj ris 1st, 6 ft. 2 in.; Finis Neal 2nd. . He is now seventy-nHurdle race Guthrie 1st, Willis 2nd husband who was ill. As she describes "Goodbye Reed, an ideal mother. She was a good ine Sweet Day," was then sung years old. Twenty years ago Society relay race C. D. S. winners. her husbands symptoms, her love for Chinning contest-wo- n by Bryan Eng- neighbor, and always met her friends he was the best rifle shot in Adair counby Misses Milliken, Elsie Coy, Gertrude Candy eating contest Alvia Knight him, etc., the verterinarian thinks she with a smile. lish. Gabbert, and Oilie Crockett, and the ty, and had the reputation of killing has reference to her horse and shows audience was dismissed by Rev. Hower' Her death was sudden and unexpect- more squrrels during the hunting sea- 1st; Mattie Young 2nd. One of the most interesting events One-hamile race Rainwater 1st; great surprise at what she has been ton. of the afternoon was a program given ed, being ill only 24 hours, and died in a son than any other one man. He never feeding him. The play continues in Guthrie 2nd. by the pupils of Miss King's room, on short time after the birth of her child.' shot a squirrel in the body. If he could Hoop race Mary Lee Smith 1st; Verna this humorous vein of misunderstanding The Booster Days. the lower porch of the school building. May the Lord bless all the dear ones not get) sight at the head he waited for until after the veterinarin has performbehind, and especially the husband the opportunity, and never missed a Bryant 2nd. The work showed much training and left 100 yds. dash Guthrie 1st; Goff 2nd. ed an operation on tne horse and killed The business of Columbia, last Friand three children. also skill in handling small pupils. shot. It would a difficult matter for Shot put Holt 1st, 39 ft. ; Hodges 2nd him, and has announced the fact to day and Saturday, was very gratifying The following lines were written by him to estimate the number of squrrels The last number of the afternoon Half hammer Holt 1st, 37 ft.; Guth- Mrs Summers. When she finds out to the merchants and others business he has killed and sold on the market in program was a base ball game between the husband: rie second. that it is the horse that is dead, and men of the town. They were busy days, this place, but he has certainly brought ''Out of this chain with six links the Graded school and a picked team BalL throwing by girls Lula Moss 1st; not her husband, her seeming grief an immense amount of goods, of every Two lie before us broken, down several thousand. Mr. Bryant from Ozark, Lindsey aud Town team. turns to great indignation. day we expect to unite this chain has lived an unpretentious life, but he Elma Stephenson 2nd. But some character sold. For the satisfactory It was the best and most interesting Three legged race Stephenson & The third play was entitled "Per trade enjoyed, credit is due to the MerWhere it will never bo broken., has been strictly honorable in all his game of the season and resulted in deThe fnueral services were conducted dealings with is fellow man. He never Hodges 1st; Rainwater & Goff 2nd. Telephone." It represents a very try- cantile Association organized for the feat for C. G. S., the score being 5 to at the home in the presence of a large Sack race Rainwater 1st; Stephenson ing situation that Miss Nan Cuzzin purpose of stimulating business. Darmarried, believing that it was his duty 9. This was only the second game the gathering of relatives, friends and to remain upon his little farm and take 2nd. (Miss Ollie Crockett) and Mr. Guy ing the two days hundreds of people Craded school lost this season. 220 yds. dash Rainwater 1st; 'Goff 2nd. Harling (Luther Gadberry) get into on visited the moving picture shows and neighbors. Her death brings unusual care of a widowed mother and several Owing to the lateness of the hour, sorrow to the community because of Egg race Ammor Story 1st; Mattie account of a newly installed telephone. were perfectly delighted with the enterthe Tennis Tournament was posponed her sudden taking away and the loss to sisters. We believe that when he pass- Smith 2nd. Mr. Harling is just about to go on a tainment. In the early future dates rff action he will hear "till Wednesday morning when George the neighborhood of such a good wom es from the stage long voyage abroad and desires to pro will be given for the people to again, the voice of St Peter saying: ''You Shoe race Reese 1st; Goff 2nd. Hancock won the boy's single over an. he in mass, to come to Columbia. Liberal have done what you could, come up Girls' umbrella parade Mary Harris, pose to Miss (Juzzin before Leon Lewis. Ruth Crawford wpn in Z. T, Williams. gets inducements and prizes will be offered. Every leaves. time he higher." winner. the girls double and Albia Eubank in ready to say the word the phone Potato race Rainwater 1st; Goff 2nd. rings and Miss Cuzzin must answer it. the boy's double. We suppose that Mr. J. D. Farris. Program. Calls a Halt. Ruth Crawford and Albia Eubank, Pole chinning contest Bales 1st; At last a bright idea occurs to him. He would have won in anything else they The Ladies of the Cemetery Improve- Rainwater 2nd. will propose by telephone on his way to had entered. Frankfort, Ky., May 16. Insurance The above named gentleman has ment Association have arranged the the station, so he takes his leave. MISS WALKER'S RECITAL. On Wednesday afternoon May 15th, been a .teacher in the High School De- following program for Decoration day, Hal- - against accidents while in fiying maBut when he calls up, Miss Mary On Thursday evening, May 16th, Miss the Senior Class gave one of the unique partment for the last two years and has Thursday May 30th. come, Nan's cousin, (Loretta Dunbar) chines may not be written in Kentucky,, Alice Walker, one of Columbia's most answers the phone. By mistake he or by a Kentucky company in any other Chairman Judge Hancock. Class Day program that it has ever given gratifying satisfaction. He is popular young ladies, gave her grad- proposes to Invocation Judge H. C. Baker. our privilege to enjoy. The low- a most excellent gentlemen and is a been her and is accepted. About State, according to an opinion by Attoruating recital in music at Lindaey Wil the time the two girls have discovered ney General Garnett in the case of the Music Sweet By andBy. thorough teacher. He is very much in coner porch of the old college was son, assisted by Miss Ruth Milliken, Address Rev. J. W. Weldon. verted into a stage and beautifully dec- love with the people of Columbia, and the mistake and are each in despair over Transylvania Casualty Company, of vocalist. The pieces were well selected Music Solo Mrs. W. M. Wilson. community holds him in the highest orated with the class colors, (pink and the it. Miss Halcome's long lost sweet- Louisville. and skillfully rendered Miss Walker Judge Garnett holds that no insurance Address Mrs. Z. T. Williams. flowesteem. It is generally regretted that light blue), potted plants and cut heart appears and claims her. But she showed the highest possible finish in all insurance on company can write My God to Thee. Music Nearer ers, all against a back ground of dark he will not be connected with the is now engaged to Mr. Harling and canby Section appointed a of her work. The "Rhapsodie No 10" not accept him. Soon however, Mr. risks not authorized The following have been Graded School next year, as he has green. Litz and Sonata Pathetique." 687 of the Kentucky Statutes. These Harling, on account of his train being Mr. Farris presided on this occasion decided to enter .college in September. committee on music. brought out her very fine touch delayed appears again, the misunder- risks are aviator's accidents, automoMesdanes Geo. Lowe, Geo. Staples, In talking to the Board he stated that and introduced each speaker with a and expression,' and the Sextette from standing is cleared up, and all are hap- bile bail bonds, bank deposits and phyW--. D. Jones, Geo. Stults, W. M. Wilson, - brief speech. Miss Nellie Follis was he felt like his departure, from ColumLucia," arranged for the left hand py. Another interesting character, sicians' and druggists' liability, all of class prophet, Mr. Paul Hughes, Gif to- - bia was not final, and the trustees feel Allen Walker, J. P. Hutchinson, Jo. nan; cuss Mary Tnpiett, drummer; that they are only giving Prof. Farris Rosenfield, Miss Elizabeth Hollady. alone, proved her technique. The best who helped to make up the connecting which are contained in the charter of probably was saved for the last, the links of the play was Nora, an Irish the Transylvania company. Miss Mary Lucy Lowe, Poet; and Miss a leave of absence for one year. From Messrs. Geo. Lowe, Alex. Chewning, the above the reader can infer that Henry Mullinix, J. E. Flowers, Rev. 'Rhapsodie Hongroise" No. 2 Litz, a maid, represented by Miss Mabel Hind-maElla Walker, Testator. Each member duo played by Miss1 Walker and Miss Edward Franklin, Lucy Franklin and of the class read a good and enjoyable this very superior instructor will be in Z T. Williams. Crockett. This was very fine indeed. position to again entertain a proposiJoseph R. Bell have filed applications paper. The last play represents a case of a Miss Milliken'? singing, as always, return to this place year after to Papers of last week announced the was enthusiastically received. She very forceful disillusionment, quite in the Adair county clerk's office for a The music for this occasion was tion under the law passed by the next. approaching marriage of Mr. T, M. faultlessly rendered by Misses Ruth Two wealthy young pension rendered "Schubert's Serenade" very true to life last General Assembly for the benefit Wilson, of Cave city, to a popular beautifully and made quite Paull, Grace Conover and Mary Myers, a hit with a music students. Miss Ester Von Guilder of indigent soldiers and Mr. Elmer Cole and Miss Daisy Yar-berr- young lady who resides in the blue ' Mary Williams and Leonora Lowe. and Miss Louise Latiwould their widows. Seven or eight other in the West end of the grass section of the State. Mr. Wilson little encore. "No Sir." ' We who live On Thursday morning at the Presby likt- - to congratulate both these young mer (Miss Jimmie Curd), became very will file in this county. n county, were married at the clerk's is a dealer in fine horses. terian unurcn tne regular commence-Jjpme- pffice last Wednesday forenoon, Rev. He is known to a great many"Colum-bians- , ladies, and also their teacher, Miss much infatuated with a French tenor, The pay of $10 per month starts, in exercises of the graduating class onijieir successful frork in .Monsieur Remy (Luther Gadberry), D. H. Howerton officiating. Both the having attended our county fair, Crockett, v whom they have seen only oh the stage. were held. The church was tastefully " music groom and bride are under 21 years of for a great many years decorated with cut flowers and potted In tne first act they raye over his Ladies scarf pin found. Owner can - i MUSICAL authority from their and was comfortably filled with age, but they had plants, burn incense to it. A.so Miss hav same ly calling at this office and. "$ parents . Hugh Thompson, of Casey -- county, the many friendB of the graduate. Onn Friday night ' Miss Crockett's Lquise Latimer unfolds a plan by paying for this notice. . , t j and wasifent to rclass igave general-recita- l fn music.r who killed his nephew which she may see. into hi?; inner. life. As Miss Walker began the processionMr. 0. B. Finn,-- of Campbellsville, penitentiary for 21 years, The pregram was" as" follows: "OverWas-.sume- d - Born, the graduates came in, with Vnn noeiTemal FTlO. OUIITflaa IS M .. V. , the -- 1J tT nrno nnf in to the wife of Sam frank al march Iinl . -- Br' uv. m WO no. uui, u jHiruieu. ue ture De Si J'.Etaia, "Czerny by 'Miss- She has engaged herself,, under - roAeA W rt. ..! a so; Harvey the 18th-ntname to his wife as a chamber Sinclair, formerly of Columbia. short time. es Rosenfiekl, EDgKsnr Coy, Huffaker; The Revs. any-longer- girls beautifully gowned in soft white PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSES, dresses and each wore the .class flow-er- a Pink Carnations. The program that was rendered on Entertaining Exercises Throughout this occasion was of the highest order. Miss Mary Lucy Lowe read a most exthe WeekLargely Attended, cellent essay on, "The Love of the Beautiful" She was followed by Miss Nellie Follis whose subject was, "Some VERY PROSPEROUS, PROFITABLE YEAR. Women who havelnfluenced the World" Mr. Paul Hughes gave a splendid oration on, "True Nobility." Miss Ella The people of Colnmbia enjoyed what Walker's subject was, "Failure as an were perhaps without doubt, the best Element of Succes" and was handled in exercises during any commencement a very forceful way. The last essay Trip-le- tt , week in the history of the school. was "Character" by Miss Mary and was splendid in every way were the colminating events of These A Chief, feature of this program was a year's most successful work. the music. Two quartette, CommenceCommencement began with the baccalaureate sermon delivered to the ment Day" and "Farewell Forever" graduating class by Rev. D. H. Hower-to- were 'splendidly given by Misses Paull, at the Baptist church Sunday May and Crawford, Messrs. Farris and HanRev. Howerton is to be con- cock. Miss Paull and Mr. Farris sang 12th. gratulated on this sermon. It showed the beautiful duet, "Gathering Flowers earnestness, depth of thought and hard in May? Mrs. W. M. Wilson delighted study. The music for this occasion the audience, as she does each time she was rendered by a choir composed of sings, by a rendition of Coenen's Lovehigh school pupils assisted by Mrs. W. ly Spring." Mr. Farris sang, "AbM. Wilson and Mr. J. D. Farris who sent." Tne address of the morning was desang a duet. Monday evening May 13th, the Junior livered by Rev. J. W. Weldon. His Reception was held at the Colembia subject was, "A Successful Life," and was one of the most beautiful, cleanest Hotel. Tuesday afternoon May 14th, Fieid and most legical discourses we have Day was held at the school grounds. ever heard. Good advice did he give From every standpoint no more inter- these young ladies and gentleman, telesting games, contests and races have ling them what a successful life should contain. we ever witnessed in Columbia. Prof. W. M. Wilson gave a short ady Hurdle race was won by Artnur dress to the graduate as he delivered running a distance of 80 yd in 9 their diplomas. The graduates were seconds. then given the many handsome and Egg Race won by Ella Conover. costly presents, remembrances of their Wheelbarrow race won by Ruth friends. After this the benediction was Crawford, first and Winnie Barbee pronounced. n, Hol-lada9-- ld LINDSEY--WILSO- N. A Week of EnjoymentA Number of Delightful Entertainments. played by Misses Elizabeth Turner and Mabel Hindman; "Little Cotton Dolly," a vocal quartette by Misses Milliken, Crockett, Hogard and Gab-ber- t; Souvenirs De Trovatore Verdi, a piano solo by Miss Cary Rosenfield; "Charge of the Huzzars" Spindler, a Duo by Misses Elsie Coy and Katherine Hogard; "Restless Gallop" Meacham, by Misses McFarland, Knight and Nell Hindman; "Lustpiel Overture Bela, piano quartette by Misses Coy, Webb, Huffaker and McFarland; "Thy Sentinel Am I" Watson, bass solo by Mr. Paul W. Moss; "Wedding March" Mendelssohn, by Misses Mary Gabbert, maid, a position she hopes to hold loss enough to be able to say she has real ly served him with her own hands. The next act shows the disillusioning. Scene:- - Madam Remy's sitting room. Miss Louise has been given the elevat- m; ? -- Mr-Willia- m ts s, hand-painte- s, J to-da- dash-Rainwate- r - lf Be-thov- en d. v. (Miss-Millike- n) well-know- r nt and-voic- e! pic-ture.a- nd -- , , -- has-bee- Li-- A ,ZrSZZ:SWr U.-- "'S"' I ju ., ,' t A U .. u ft J . 4 : THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i, Does Politeness Pay? We may sometimes feel that it makes little differance whether we take time to be polite to all people or not. Bat when we stop to consider and think sincerely on the subject of politeness we are made to realize the necessity of politeness, not only on Sunday with certain people and at cer-- but at all times and with all people. We are naturally prone to be polite to the rich and those of high rank, but the poor and humble have a heart that may be won by little words of kindness and acts of politeness. It is also very easy to be polite to our friends. We should be true to our friends and polite to all. It has been said that Gen. Lee was always polite and kind to even the little boys and girls who played by the roadside upon which he traveled. He was polite to his enemies in time of war and never spoke harshly or insultingly to them. This may seem hard for some of us to do. to be polite to those we do not like and especially our enemies, but let us be polite to them and try to win their friendship and the good will of our tain-places, fellow-ma-n. been very low with pulmonary trouble for some time is no better. As reported last week Will Tom Patterson died very suddenly. He had been in school at Columbia and not feeling very well on Tuesday morning he employed Mr. Walter Goff to convey him to his home. He was unable to stir about much but had not been confined to his bed all the time and sat upon the side of his bed and talked with some visitors just a few moments before the end came. He told them that he felt pretty bad but did not think that he was very sick. The cause of his death is unknown. Mr. J. D. Patterson wfy) has had the fever for the past few weeks is some better at this writing. G. G. Campbell came very near losing his house by fire last Thursday night. The roof caught from the kitchen stove and it was getting in a pretty fair headway when it was disHelp was summoned covered. and the main part of the build- ing was saved but the kitchen and dining room is an almost en tire loss, mere was no in surance on the building. Escapes An Awful Pate. Farm Notes; Some flax and some potatoes is better than all flax or all po- Save by Sheer Pluck. IN aKaeK 'H$8K&aK 1912 In tatoes. When the gophers first show themselves, is the time to poisih them. Ensilage will furnish this year's substitute for the clover crop that failed. Don't let the rush of spring's work take the attention from the breeding stock. Paint in time saves weather-check- s and ensures larger event checksin the of sale. A little paint goes a long way making a home out of a group of buildings. Road dust will serve to hold the nitrogen in manure, using it in the stable gutter. low-ge. The wagon is largely used by farmers of the New England States. Sowing uncleaned seed is quite as sensible as to knowingly spread disease among ones stock. The cost of clover and timothy seed must not be reckoned; their value is too great to let them go to-wa- rd The Rev. Joseph H. Twichell, for nearly fifty years pastortff the Asylum Hill Congregational Church in Hartford, saw three years of service in the Civil War as chaplain of the 71st New York Regiment. In the course of his service, Mr. Twichell's experiences were of course many and varied; one of them, of a seriocomic nature, has been recently made public by the New York Sun. During Year IN. fc TN K After a certain fight, the surgeon told the chaplain that one ?rc T We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our aU ready Large List IN K K two-hors- e, ar poor fellow was quite beyond hope. The chaplain leaned over IX the dying soldier. "Well, my dear fellow," he began in a voice of deep emotion, "you are very badly wounded, and if you have anything to say Ts or any word that you want sent IN H TN to your family, tell me now." yes. The poor fellow understood. "My inside coat pocket," .he N K tK TN $i 50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly K K TN K Schoolmates should consider politeness one feature of their A thosaud tongues could not express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of t, school life, because if we cultiIII., for her wonderful deliverance Jo-lie- vate this and practice politeness through school life then will be natural ior us to be polite in a business life. Many business men have gone down in defeat because of their unsocial and impolite manner. There are two reasons for politeness one for a motive, the other for principle. The person who is polite for a motive is exceedingly polite for a while, or until he accomplishes his purpose then he does not know you any longer. But the person who is polite for the principle of manhood and character, you may depend upon it, will be the same at all times and at all places, and will greet you with a even though you may be in adversity. We should be polite to the aged because if God in his mercy spare our lives, our hair, too, will soon be gray and our faces wrinkled. But if we have lived in peace we shall be honored by those whom we have associated, and there will be no regret or sleepless nights caused by the thought of having been impolite to someone when we should have been polite. It seems that this alone is worth the price we pay for politeness, besides the pleasure and happiness we receive while we are seeking this reward. iriend-ly-hand-shake, Typhoid pneumonia had left me with a dreadful cough," she writes. Sometimes I had such awful coughing spells I thought I would die. I could get no help from doctor's treatment or other medicines till 1 used Dr. King's New Discovery. But I owe my life to this wonderful remedy for I scarcely cough at all now." Quick and safe it's the most reliable of all throat and lung medicines. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00 Trial bot- from an awful. tle free atPaul drug Co. Registering Live StocK. A breeder of registered live stock of any kind should keep himself posted as to the rules of registration and keep on hand a few blanks for applications. In making a sale of a registered animal seller, should sign transfer on the registry certficate and pass it to buyer who- should not long delay sending it to the of the Association so the transfer may be recorded. Too often the buyers neglects to secure the certificate and months afterwards awakes to the necessity of getting it but, nine times out of ten, he will write to the secretary for it instead of requiring the seller to furnish it. Of course the secretary can do no more than refer him to the party from whom he purchased. , sec-reta- ry Dingo. Mose Wooten who had the contract to build the new school-hous- e at this place has completNew seats and ed the job. .blackboards have been ordered and when these get in we will have one of the most houses in the county. A mare valued at $100, the property, of L. H. Jones died up-to-date one day ,last week. J. H. Judd, the hustling groceryman paid our merchants '& call last Thursday. 'ts..me great dtelrcw ' i Solomon Stotts sold a yoke of rynrs. I tiiea wany iiuuk? ior jlo.R relief, but pot little Inly, tillaclcstlfoiiii'l work oxens to William Norris Poorappetite is sure sign of impaired , it ixx tho beat pills or modiciua I ovcrtrici digestion. A few dose's of Chamber.$75. - Has a widow the right to cut timber on land which she holds under her husband's will, giving it to her "to her use as long as she lives?" asks a Pennsylvania correspondent of the Farm Journal. The answer is: "The wid- ow is entitled to cut timber from the land for fuel, fences, agricultural erections and other necessary improvements. in wood for fuel she is entaking titled to take a reasonable quantity and to take good fuel and such as is conveniently situated. She has no- - right, however, to sell any of the firewood or timber or to exchangeit for materials for repairs or to take more than is necessary." breathed, painfully. The chaplain felt a pocketbook there, and took it out. "Is that what you want?" "Yes," was the faint reply. unsown. "Open it." bill. Is "Here is a While 'planting your garden give due attention to the color of that what you want?" "Yes." the flowers, so that they may harmonize. "Whatshallldo with it?" Ashes are best applied in the Then the soldier, in a whisper: spring separately or in connec- "Bet you that I don't die. tion with phosphate fertilizers as And he did not, a top dressing. "Ben" Tillman. A field of rape will make excellent summer pasture ior the Senator Tillman, of South Carshoats. olina, broken in health and beTobacco dust worked into the lieving that his days are numsurface of the soil just before set- bered, pleads with his constituting the lettuce will helpUo keep ents to be allowed to die in harness. When he says "I have a the aphis away. Keep the eye on the hot bed ripe experience and thorough when the sun shines brightly. knowledge of the workings of Too much heat will make the the Government and have many warm personal friends in the deplants weak and spindly. In setting out rhubarb secure partments and in both branches large clumps, dig deep holes, and of Government" he states the manure heavily with well decom- highest qualifications of a Sen gainposed manure from the cow sta- ator, and that no one can say him. ble. Some cuttings may be made Sum up Mr. Tillman's merits in the first season by this methand they will outweigh all' his od. shortcomings,, all his mistakes and all the strictures that can be Now is the time to get rid of you rheumatism. You can do it by apply put in the other scale. When h ing Chamberlain's Liniment and Mas- came to the Senate every man's saging tne parts freely at each applica- hand was against him, and no tion. For sale by Paull Drug Co. one had a good word fGr him. Removing Fence Posts. He fought his way tc the front rank of Senators by sheer ability A laborer was sent to remove and the late George P. Hoar, of a number of fence posts from an Massachusetts, to name one of old fence. The job would, have the great Republican Senators of taken a half day of ordinary a generation, recognized Mr. work, says a writer in the PopTillman's worth and became his ular Mechanics, but two hours friend. later we found him asleep in the In Mr. Tillman's desire to shade, and the posts all removserve South Carolina for another ed. We let him sleep till noon, term in failing health he has no as we thought he had earned his ambition to gratify; some rest. thought of his fame may move His method of removing the him, but usefulness to his peoposts was very simple, as he ple is paramount with him. If used an ordinary gravel pick, his body is crippled, his mind is drove the sharp point into the at the service of South Carolina; post close to the ground, put a A record of .18 crowded years in hardwood block under the pick the Senate should render his and pulled on the handle. The presence in the primary camoperation was repeated as the paign" unnecessary. It is simply post was drawn out .of the a question whether South Carground. olina will discard a faithful servant. New York Sun. ten-dollar M.' N l 3n IN Vl T TTn NIX IN Courier Journal One Year K K K K IN K K 2n K NJX l TN K IN K TN Louisville Times and News XTN K NL ?IN a IN Nl Jn TN $4.50 I TN Tn p L. r verything In The Drug Line At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Per Box 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- Laxative Bromo Quinine " " Singley Laxative Tablets ." Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets J' A. D. S. " Nyals ' " " . " Rexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion Cod Liver Oil Nyals f" " "" Wine " " "" Rexal Emulsion' A. D. S. Vinol 'Bottle . 00 100 89c 50c 83c 83c 1.00 Write .us for Quotations CITY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth & Jefferson LOUISVILLE, KY U. G. HARDWICH, Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec W. I Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 pmiw$iGHTS 1301 TttlETeeNTff-Mftl- N. DEALERS IN miicHirliSTS LOUISVILLe ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work 'XjJSHH f - - t-- II- j 'J:st-3acuif!i- Lame back is usually caused by rheumatism of the mucles of the back, for which you will find nothing better For than Chamberlain's Liniment. sale bo Paull Drug Co. 9 'Mrs. rlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wil H. Jones bought a mule strengthen your digestion and improve your appetite. Thousands have been from Mrs. Bettie. Rupe for $50, benefited by taking these Tablets. Ollie , Gibson who has Sold by Paull Drug Co. i ll OR. KifG'S NewLifePills C.E. Hatfield. Guyan.W. va. 26 i1 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. There are a thousand ways of making other people happy, and you have only to look about to " find them. JOBBING WORK. SOLICITED -- ' All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - " - V K . - a I I THE ADAIR COUNT HogwallowDoingS. -- NEWS 3 alms. Still later it was applied front yard some of the owners to all females who were able to of the surviving dogs ought to? live without labor. It was a have been pitched back into the mark of distinction. But when ocean along with their cherished it was broadened in its use and dogflesh, and roo"m made for deapplied to every female it lost all cent human ; beings. of its significance. An adverSomebody's huge St. Bernard tisement not long ago appeared Wds saved, the owner throwing in a New York paper asking for it into a lifeboat before taking to a position as saleswoman. It one himself, says the" writerand was refreshing to read it, for meeting it again safe aboard the the want columns are of such Carpathia. words as "forelady." "sales Isador Straus or William T. lady." "washlady," etc. Stead.or the artist, Millet, might In the old days a girl was not haye occupied the space taken up ashamed to be called a saleswom- by the St. Bernard. A number an, a needle woman, and so, on. of Pomeranians getting in the No one talks of a salesgentleman way in one boat might have been or a foregentleman. No; man is cast out to make room for a railused for the male sex. Is not road president or a military of woman as honorable a distinc ficer. According to the story tion as man I Let us get rid of Airedale and Col. Astor were these snobbish and silly words, both lost, so it seems that Mr. and let any woman be proud of Astor was not among those who the cognomen. There is some- insisted upon taking their dogs thing old, but grand in the sim- when 1600 persons must remain ple word "Woman" Masonic on the sinking ship. Presumably the story is fiction. w. , the coach and take a drink out of the ice water tank. Raz Barlow has gone to Tiek-vill- e to get ideas as to how the bartender roaches his hair. Potlocks says he finds that people had the head ache as far back as the Bible days. . Jefferson Washington Hocks brought to our office this week a curiosity in the shape of a three-legge- d stove. Raz Barlow says the next hardest thing to do besides finding out who is your friend is to locate a frog in a grass patch The public drinking cistern at post-iffic- maintaining that the total numstrong support. other day under the pretense ber of electoral votes will be 490. e the sprung a' leak this that he was going The canal zone itself would reto use it in which is the total of the combinweek, and Fit Smith has been celebrating his annual birthday. main under the management of ed membership of the present appointed as a committee of one But instead of that he took it the army and this would include Senate and House. In making to look into it. It ' would this error the home, and put some asofetida in the fortifications. new apportionseem to be pecularly appropriate After having read the alma- it for pneumonia medicine. ment of the House is overlooked. nac through two or three times, thus to bring both the army and The law provides that the p it is still hard for Columbus the navy administrations togethWhich Is The Weaker Sex. number of electors shall be equal to understand what patent er at point where to the number of Senators and medicine has to do with the conwill be centered any war the From the. earliest recorded country may have in the future. Representatives to which the dition of the weather. several States are by law enti But it convicts the originator of Dynamiting the Soil. Luke Matthewsla has been fig- time women have been. spoken The value of the proposal to place tled "at the time when the Presa point of view which, let us uring this week on buying him- of as the weaker sex, or frail, the army in effective control of ident and Vice President to be hope, is peculiar. Nearly all Eminent the canal is fraught with logic At the recent County Farmers self a suit of clothes, but has delecate creatures. chosen come into office.' The normal persons like dogs. NoInstitute held here one of thp come to the decision that he had writers have arrested that aside and has much of practical argu- Congress to be elected in Novembody who owns a dog would like features was the discussion of better wait and see how the from their natural constitutional ment in its favor. So that it ber will to see it drowned, and it would havev531, not 490,Nmem-berfrailty women were invalids would not be surprising, should dynamiting the soil, arid those Presidential election is going. Senate and House. The be creditable enough to the unof the time. Yet the President Taft place the matter who believe in the practice say A notice in the Tickville Tidselfishness and affection of a dawn of the Twentieth Century before congress, for that body number of electors to be chosen that it will revolutionize farming ings of last week asking everydogyowner if he, or she, should finds us with abundant proof of to see the the full point of the in November must correspond, in this country. It has not been try to save body to "Watch This Space and and consequently the aggregate the dog at an increase woman's physical superiority plan and to give it prompt tried in Hardin, but over in Save Moneys" has caused severelectoral vote will be 531. of personal risk. But burdenover man when tested by length sanction. Breckenridge they begun it a few al citizens to lay aside their othing lifeboats with pets in- - the of years, the power to endure weeks ago. The Breckenridge The Real Fight. er work this week. presence of 1.600 'persons waitKentucky's Health Growth. suffering and resist disease. News tells of the results as folDay before yesterday the post ing upon the deck of a ship to be In 1890 the United States The report of the Director Of lows: The real fight in Kentucky is master laid his pipe down somecensus showed that there were against E. B. Barbee, of Stephensport, dronwed would hardly be unbossism, .whether of pri- Census shows that from 1849 to where at the and so says he is going to try lime n selfish. Moreover it is hardly at that time 3,981 centenarians vate individuals public ser- 1909 the total value of the manuor far has been unable to find it. in conceivable that it would be als the country, of whom 2,583 vants. Thejpeople of an acre in alfalfactures of the State increased He says that is one trouble about are more than lowed as long as there were were women and 1,398 were fa. He willput the ground in willing to be led, but won't bear ten times, or from $21,710,000 in occupying a government posienough men in the lifeboats to thorough order like he was fixing men. Out of eighty-nin- e cendriving, and for leaders to mis- - !S49, including the products of tion, heave the dogs and the fools ' tenarians who died in England neighborhood and had industries, it for an onion bed. Then he overboard. Frisby Hancock's rheumatism during the year 1883, seventy-nin- e use their positions and attempt will drill in it 200 pounds of to drive the people into the camp to $223,754,000 in 1906, exclusive has taken a turn for the worse were women and ten were slack lime and 125 pounds of fer-- ! A dog will give up its life for of their favored candidates, is all of the neighborhood and hand and he has decided he had better men. while out of twenty-on- e tilizer, and sow it in alfalfa, its master. That is to sav a doe-wrong. industries. look after his religion. Sunday dog He got this idea from the farm like, unspoiled, centenarians who died in ScotWhichever way the cat jumps 1900 Kentucky had 4.776 he went over and bragged on land in 1892 sixteen were will do so. v Perhaps any St. j.. womr it should be permitted train. to jump manufacturing establisements, the Dog Hill preacher's sermon. en and five were men. Bernard 'would. Therefore to at the dictates of the people and which gave employment to an Mr. Barbee has a small piece give up life, or space in In his discourse at the Wild a life? The mystery of this tenacity not the bosses. The people average of 79,060 persons during of land that was lined several boat, for the dog, would put the are Onion school house on "Prehisof life-i- n woman still remains a still able to choose for themselthe year, and paid out $37,491,-00- 0 years ago. He sowed this in owner upon a level without the toric Wild Animals of Kentuc secret. ves. The final power is with in salaries and wages. Of wheat where the lime had been nobelest of dogs in point of unky" Saturday night Prof. Sap slie-htlthem. They make and unmake the persons employed 95,400 used and received double the selfishness. But to give up, Spradlin had occasion to speak At birth bovs are cr amount of wheat that he got on , in glowing term of Tobe Mose-- 1 larger,both in height and weight; favorities. Their collective votes were waee earners.. wish to give up, someone's else 0the land where no lime was used. and continue in the lead until 12 elevate or relegate politicians at These ley's ancestors. room in the lifeboat to Fido establishments turned Mr. Barbee says that lime keeps then the girls pass them both; in will. The people are supreme in out products to would put the owner beneath the the values of Fletcher Henstep says before height and weight for about two might and as far as West $220,754,000, in the manufacture sage brush from growing and he level of the most disgusting dog their any one can appreciate the Jong years, when considers it most valuable to the boys again take Kentucky is concerned, do not of which material costing of the class that eat at the table and rough trip as recently made the lead and complete wheat land. their propose to be parties to a factionwith their owners, sleep in beds were untilized. The by the man who found the South ' crrowth at ahmit--. 22 nr 9A whilo J. E. King and son, of Irving-- are taken out to al fight nor a private controverwalk by maids, value added by manufacturing Pole, we should climb to the top girls complete ton, are using dynamite on their their growth at 19 sy. Paducah wear overshoes upon damp days; was $11 975,000. of some tall tree and taka look or 20- - With this brief exception yuujjg urcnara or tnree acres. and suffer the f down that fray, wreck of their The explosion of the dynamite male exce in height and weighfc A recent dispute bedigestions and ruin of their disWhen the farmers who owns loosens up the soil for many The Deputy Constable was throughout life. tween the two societies favor- from a quarter to a half section positions through too much codcalled to the home of the Old Mi able to and opposed to woman farm has put his land free from yards around, giving the tree dling so that they lose every ser on Musket Ridge yesterday suffrage in Pennsylvania has incumbrance, has a nice fat bank roots a better opportunity to attribute that makes a dog Some Paper. to assist him in finding a dime brought out the fact that the account and moves to town he spread out than when the hole is worthy at the affection of a that had been misplaced around four women members of the Col should be the last man in the dug by hand. healthy-minde- d human being, or the housev The Deputy did not The .Easter number of the New orado Legislature of 1911 are on worthy of the respect and comworld' to put. up a holler because panionship of any real dog. strain his eyes looking, there be- - j York Times, consisting of 200, record as voting for the bill to he has to Women and Dogs First? bear his fair share of Courier Journal. 000 copies consumed 382,000 legalize ing no reward. race track gambling, the taxes that are imposed to pounds of paper, at a cost of $10, against the indignant The most depressing "detail Among those who are pleased protests of meet the cost of the extra priv000 for paper alone, If this pa- the best citizens. Direct primaries are the right This is just- ileges that he enjoys. In all too story that has come to the press with the action of Congress in But direct cutting the word applause out of per were laid out in a strip the ly considered a weighty argu- many cases, however, his com- from 'the survivors of the Titan thing in principle. the speeches appearing in the width of the New York Times ment by the opponents of wom plaint is the longest and loudest. ic is the tale that half of the pet primaries on the Massachusetts (seventeen inches) it would make an suffrage, and to Endorsing dogs on the steamers were sav- model are fraces. Congressional it might be Record, is our ed. The writer of the article Taft and giving the delegates-at-larg- e postmaster, as he won't have to a line 9,148 miles long; that line added the fact that, although 'lady. to the colonel shows a . seems to regard it as a "human stop and laugh so much while would cover the distance from women have had the ballot in New York to Berlin and back Colorado for a number interest" story depicting the screw loose somewhere in the reading it. of years, There-i- s again tor New York, with enough something ludicrous beautiful and commendable af- law.. But, probably, Massachupolitics of that State is about Prof. Sap Spradlen got him a paper left over to stretch from the the most corrupt of the whole and irresistbly comic in the way fection of human beings for dogs setts Republicans recognized the memorandum book about a New York to Buffalo. country. And yet the women of and manner-i- which word lady To many persons it will seem oth- fact that there are screws loose month ago, carries it around has come to be used. "Woman" erwise. If it is true that a in both candidates. Owensby If the papers were laid out flat, Colorado are as good as any othwith him for the purpose of puthas almost disappeared, and to score of worthless dogs were sa- Messanger. a ting down all his thoughts that as delivered by the newsdealers, er State. A large proportion call any one of the female sex a vedand dogs which travel about of the most intelligent women in amount to anything. ' So far he and placed one top of ihe other, woman is to insult her. on ocean liners enjoying the be 'CSTV rrcs Colorado do not vote. The Post. has no occasion to make any no- they would make a pile 12,500 "Lady ""is from an old Saxon sotted affection of Dersons who feet high, or 180 times as high tations. as the Metropolitan Tower in It is a pretty good idea to take word which means a "loaf giv- make a public spectacle of them rasa a soon as Yam "Sims has Just as K2ss? e New York. ten or fifteen minutes after your er," or one who went about giv- selves and their dogs by their r i received a written guarantee ing bread to the hungry. As on- bestowal of care and expenditure new fire insurance policy is made To manufacture this paner that Spring has come he is going out to look it over carefully. A ly rich women were able to do of time and money upcn tjiem I &3ade A K&n fiHan Of Him. & -- -striped pants and meant the cutting down of j. iwaosutteruig-from to put on his pain in farmer we read of some tim acm. this, the term lady was gradual- are as a rule, quite worthless in gtiomach, head and back." mites mj-- a H. standing collar, and depart for square timber covering seventy- - faiIed to ly applied to one rich enough tp comparison with any cur that l J...iatoa, xtaieiCD. JN.U. "ft.iri mvK vdo this and did nofc find liver and kidneys did not workright. Tickville, and when the train two acres, or 3,126,320 square out until after his barn wn give alms. Still later it was ap knows how to hunt 'possums or maae mo uuVuul uutuea ui Xiieccnc .outers iee: iiko & new man ' comes in he is going to walk into feet of virgin forest land. struck by lightning and destroy- -' Pned to one ricn enough to give chase the hogs out oa poor man's PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG ST0REJ. All-sothe-strategic- fire which it set that his insurance policy forbade the If the movement in navy cir- installation of a feed cooker in Fletcher Henstep came in this morning with the report that cles shall have the approval of the barn. He had violated one Spring had arrived at Bounding congress the control of the of its express provisions and Billows, and that everybody was Panama canal upon its comple couldn't recover a cent. beginning to dig fishing worms. tion will be vested in the navy. 1912 Electoral College. As the work was constructed for Spring will probably reach the porpose of quick transport about day after Judging from statements pubas we are only about eight of the ships of the country from sea to sea and as the men of the lished in several newspapers and miles west of that place. navy havelthe training and ex from the inquiries addressed to A.tlas Peck has violated the others, there is a confusion in confidence of several of his perience in handling the war the popular mind as to the numwarmest friends and after this it! ships passing through canals and ber of presidential electors to be will be a hard matter for him to in the massing and management chosen in November. Even disget a drink of licker that is any of them in times of warfare the tinguished political authorities appeal of the navy for the custoaccount. He obtained a jug of dy of the canal will receive have fallen into the error of Bat Smith's Moonlight Reel the - Navy Canal Control. edbythe Hog-wallo- w w, Voice-Revie- I s, one-fift- h post-offic- e, three-fourth- i i ...... - i out-of-doo- rs j j I . $111,-779,0- 00 j I News-Democr- at. , j I I n -- Leetnci R :' ft- - ji .:-- - r !VSS 'V"V' -- t 4"!l, r' 4T' T lit -- rf 4 THE ' THE ADAIE COUNT? KEWS COUNTY NEWS ADAIR ducedby words. f. Qordpn MQntgomjJlllgJjgjJQIppJIJ I HHraRfflraHSHraSlJra Published Every Wednesday BY THE Col. Chinn followed after hav- -' Adair County News Company, ( Incorporated.) ing been introduced by Mr. C. S. Harris, who gave testimony to TVA'rt fViin-n'- ftrtnlifiT fn fl-l- Tlam I CHAS. S. HARRIS Democratic newspaper devoted to tbe the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offic- EDITOR. ocraticnarfcv and his nualifications to fill the position of Congress , is Look Your Binders and Mowers Over Report to us REPAIRS Needed at once and Save EXPRESS We are ready to Furnish you Deering Bind ;: . ft e as sec-a- Q. WED. MAY., 22. 1912 Democratic Ticket. For President OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. Announcements For Congress We are authorized to announce Jack Chinn a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August, 3rd. Sullivan. ! man. In the outset the speaker 7 stated that he was not a lawyer, just a plain farmer deeply inter- ested in agricultural pursuits and j. merely wanted to talk on home politics. His. address elicited applause and showed plainly that he has entertaining qualities. From start to finish the courthouse was well filled and the speaker receivedjclose attention. Col. Chinn referred to his efforts in organizing the'.f armers against The American Tobacco Company and showed his interest in the welfare of the farmers, stating that he wanted to go to Congress and that he would be as faithful there as he has been to his party in fighting its battles for forty years. ' i ers, Mowers, Rakes, and Twine. Prices Right. , The Jeffries Hardware Store mm mm The News has no desire to announce J. A. We are authorized to take a conspiciuous place in the "Sullivan, of Madison county, a candi date for Congress in this the Eighth councils of the Democratic party District, subject to the action of the but it does have an abiding faith Democraticjprimary tojbe held August in its sreat principles and in its 2, 3912. policies through which its prinConvention Call. ciples are to bejadministered and Conforming to the directions of the Democratic State Executive and Central Committee of Kentucky, the Democrats of Adair county are hereby called to meet in mass convention at 2 o'clock p. m., Saturday, May 25, 1912, for the purpose of selecting "Figure It Out For Yourself" You carry Fire Insurance and why? Because of the danger of sudden loss.. LSKwHlfl Because it protects you against this uncertainty, although your buildings may never burn down. Do you protect them against decay against the weather against the dead certainty of depreciation resulting from allowing them to go unpainted. Why not? Paint Insurance is worth even more to you than Fire Insurance yet is often sadly neglected and you are the loser. MASTIC PAINT for 33 years has proven the "real protector' of buildings. For quality service economy and beauty of finish it has no equal. Ask for color card. 50LD BY- the court, house in Columbia, at delegates to represent Adair county in the Democratic State convention, which meets in brilliant writer and a man of The Republican national consterling character. The remains vention will meet in Chicago the DR. N. MURRELL, conveyed to Bowling Green 18th of next month. Up to last were Wednesday thirty-thre- e contests Ky., and the interment was DENTIST had been filed with the Republiivember. freeing executivecommittee from can National Comittee J. ,W. Flowers, Chairman. the tempation of playing favorocnen ovim rHJ.51 OKI! CTl PIIONM4 in STI acceptJudge J. D. Black, who between good Democrats. ites THE SPEAKING. KKS. is: It took the position that county ed the First Assistant Attorney Clarence V. T. Richeson will J. 25". J'agk's go to the electric chair, The by Generalship under Mr. Jas. Gar- Harvey Helm, the Committees should be elected Hon. nnua the votes of true Pemocrats and nett, resigned, on account ot ill alienists declared that he is now present representative in Conthat no member should be a can- - j health, and returned to his home sane and was in his right mind Wilson's Store, gress and candidate for when he killed the girl. and Col. Jack Chinn, of didate for office and be retained j at Barbourville. Mr, Charles H. position Morris, who was the Third Lucien Bryant has rheumatism fiercer county, who is seeking on the. Committee. Its We have no way of knowing endorsed and we have a law sistant, was appointed in Judge the nomination, spoke to a large for certain, but it looks very and is in a critical condition. compelling committeemen to re- - Black's stead. audience at tbe court house last Is easiest to operate, easiest Mr. Otho Bryant's condition is much like Col. Roosevelt will sign under such circumstances. Monday afternoon. Both gentleto clean and requires less Nevada went for Clark. The carry the primaries in Ohio, the growing worse and he is not ex- This law should not only be resalt and ice than any other men are subject to the Demopected to live but a short time. election going on tained, but rigidly enforced. New Hampshire delegation is freezer. There are no cratic primary which will be Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Sano, cracks or corners of any There cannot be a single good uninstructed, but is "pledged to held August 3d next. The Iowa Democratic W. G. Roy visited Mr. and Mrs. kind in the can proper. offered for its repeal, Clark. The Utah delegation is Mr. Helm was the first speak- reason instructed its entire This can is extra heavy Saturday night and Sunday. neither can any man justify tak- instructed to vote for a progressand heavily tinned. er and for one hour he gave a to vote for Champ Clark ive on a progressive platform. Farmers are getting behind account of his steward- ing the power for making comdetailed You don't pay the ice man for" the unit rule. with their work, scarcely any mitteemen out of the hands of A motion to instruct for Wilson extra ice every time you use the ship since he had been a Jersey. Just so much ice and npnnlp Tn rfn f got tWO VOteS. California IS alSO planted at this time. tVio vw Floyd Allen, the first one of corn He is a WUW blVUV onrnmnn ww WililtlVll jnember of Congress. salt is required to freeze a gallon as will as new Mexico. Clark the Virginia Allen gang tried.will Several from this place were strong, forceful speaker and he . so means machine rule, and ma- - for of cream. Mere than this is day of waste. The Jersey provides just in Columbia the- firsf go to the electric chair. was given the closest attention chine rule means disruption to be enough room for the ice and salt, Two robbers made a big haul court. hy the many who heard him. It followed by defeats. Keep your no more. You will save several Okhola, Miss., last Tuesday. In Lyon county night riders cents on ice and salt every The Roy Ball team will play a was a treat to many voters of eyes open. Instruct your del- - near use the Jersey. They stopped a Queen and Cres- opened warfare on the growers picked up team of married men Adair county to hear Democratic j egates to stand for party laws Ree d Hardware Co. doctrinefrom a live Congressman, that vest the power in the rank cent New York Limited train, last week. Several tobacco beds on Saturday June the 1st, the express were scraped. in game will be called at k :30 p. m. as Adair has not been in Dem-- ! and file and not in a smart coterie blew open the safe the of party directors. Stand un- car and Secured mony the amount Everybody invited to attend the traveling preachers of- Williamsocratic company for many years, all the way from $50,-00- 0 Col. Roosevelt carried game. burg, were in "this co mmunity and it was also gratifying to flinchingly for a square, open estimated $250,-000- . mato .The robbers almost two to one. His hear-M- i. Helm tell of the great honest deal every time in every There wJll be singing at Oak last week. jority kis close to sixty thousand. Grove thefirst- - Sunday evening county and the revvard will be escaped. savings to the people brought a.1 ' The wife of Bud Rooks, iell abundant about by the present Democratic in June. , dead at her home near this- place t 3. VIII, - of Deri-maCongress. He1 paid a high tri- The lower. Jlouse, of "Congress ""I King Frederick ' Mr: NewtAtwell, of Columbia J last Thursday. atHanburglasTues-day.- " died butetoHon. Champ Clark, and' Emmett G. Logan is dead. The. adopted the Bristow ' resolution .is loging near here, - for Mr. Miss Sophia Burton: was the predicted that he would be nom- - ena came in at hospital" in Balti- -' last weekfi providing, for ' an . Walker Bryant. u guest of Mis3 Myrtie Jiedmon inated at Baltimore and elected more last'W.ednesday night, fol- amendment to the Constitution Gaskins, Russell Mr. president of the United States, lowing an operation. He was a to permit the election of United FOXES WANTED &.00 Springs,Julas in our midst one last week. White, of Neatsville, was Mr. N. G. to $4.03; Minks Red .lie speech was good all through, native of Shelby county, and for States Senators by direct Vote of Coons and Gray Foxes $2.50Send name of your ' Express. and day last week. was here a few days of last anoLwe believe Mr. Helm made many years was the editor of the the people. The vote stood, 237 express office In first letter. , W.T.HODGEJJ, Rev. Thomas and wife, the week. a fine impression. He was intro- - Louisville Times. He was a for to 39 against. Bos 232, OamiJbslIsvnte. Ky. Dem-ecrat- ic I Louisville, Wednesday, May 29, at which State convention delegates will be selected to represent Kentucky in the Democratic national convention, which or permanent chairman of the meets at Baltimore'. fJune 29, for convention, but it is of the utmost! the purpose of nominating importance to have such party candidates for President laws as will give the voters the "and Vice President of the United power of control. The News States for the election next No- - made a fight four years ago for effective. We will soon meet in convention and at that time party lawsjean be made or unmade. Such regulations may be instituted as to placing the control of the party in the hands of a few politicians, or give the broadest and fairest control to the voters of our party. In view of these facts and with a suspicion that anattempt will be made to centralize party control and take from the voters the power they now have, we call attention in advance of that meeting that vigilance is the price of liberty. It is immaterial who is temporary made - Paull Drug Co. J. -- I si-oh- e t j As-w- as i j Jersey Ice Cream Freezer to-da- y. I K i time-yo- I - -- -- S. Y - rk x -- -- J ?i-2-o, lSc tt- -" .? Jv ' - -- 'j ;, V".' R- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS (RoxeEr Baking Powder ywsoluteijrjrure hot-bread- return he stopped and spent'five'or six weeks with his daugh-- I ter, Mrs. S. A. McKay, Quincy, 111. He reports both his son and daughter, ' their children and companions enjoying fine health. ;noon. ! On his Rubber Tires $12.50, $14.00 v ! and $15.00 For Salc:A Good Location; Fine GOFF BROS. & COFFFY. Trials. I Business. Desiring to retire from the mercan- tile business, I offer to sell my storehouse, stock of goods and dwelling, or store and goods alone; located at Co- I burg, Ivy , at prices and. terms that will insure satisfaction to the purchas er. This is one of the best locations in Adair county for a general Merchan dising and the live, hustling merchant j will be well rewarded for his energies, Hon. .J. M. Stevenson, ' and have the pleasure of dealing with Of Winchester, Ky., who has announced "j a large and appreciative patronage. of the DemoIf interested in a good business and for the officeand Chairman ofCommittee, Executive location of this kind call on or address. cratic State . to be chosen at the State Convention on J. G. Dudgeon, the 29th of May. Coburg, Ky. ' 1 Where the finest biscuit, s, crusts cake, or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, He who would lead must first be led, Such things we cannot borrow; And he who'd wear a golden crown Must drink his cup of sorrow. As brighter doth the metal gleam When the fire consumes its dross, The smoother doth our pathway seem If we bear a daily cross. God will chasen whom He loveth, All of those he calls His own; if k ,25S3iiw ONE r 01Hk mop I Sown the throat ol a "capcy" chtesen rt stro. 3 do wonnj iaa av... cae chick'' ile. A rctvrjrocs 'n f'.ei'riimnsr'watef ; ' Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Now is the time to have your Rubber Every poultry raiser should keep a bottlo ol tires put on. I have fresh rubber, this medicine on hand. Write for free sample We understand a committee desigmade thisy ear, prices lower than ever and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address BOURBON REMEDY COUPAHY, Lexlnston. Kr. and am prepared to paint Buggies, also nated as the Columbia Lyceum committee has been organized and is plan call and get prices and see my work. Sold by ning for a lecture course here for next 24-S. F. Eubank. of PflULL DRUG CO. winter Arrangements have already been made whereby a course of two Columbia, Ky. BearwaIIowDecoration. musical numbers two lectures and one No Alum No Lime Get a Lawn Mower Early impersonator can be secured if the people want the course. comThe program for Bearwallow the 30th The Quarterly Meetings. mittee has arranged to furnish tickets of May is as follows: IZaZ 9:30 a. m. Singing by Lucien Bur- - for the cours of five numbers at al' Quarterly meetings will be held at . , .. ,. , ., ton and others. uuiuinai sum. out iney must Know now Thurlow, Mt. Lebanon, Saturday and .. , ,. 10 a. m, Preaching by Tobias Huf-- tiiaujr ni.n.ei..- tan uc suiu uciuic cue Mr. Walter Ingram, of Campbells' Sunday May 4 and 5. course can le booked. If two hundred ville, visited in Columbia the first of faker and Jo Turner. Greensburg, May o and 0. can be sold they will proceed, to put in Decoration of graves. the week. Hb is a native of Adair. Greensbure Circuit. Tavlor's ChaDel. the course at once. They will, We f Malr 11fV.Ior, 1 0H. Dinner. Miss Minnie Kemp, who teaches Mr. W. T. McFarland was quite sick I p. m. Preaching by Tobias Huf- - learn, In to see you soon. Have your . returned home Satur- faker and others. Sunday. Mannsville, Mt. Zion, ISth and l!)th mind made up as to how many tickets day night, to remain during vacation. of "Iav All old soldiers and the public cordi you will want and thus help forward Mr. Romie Judd has returned from Campbellsville Station. Campbells-- I Miss Vara Thomas and Mrs. Mattie ally invited. Every body brincr well-- 1 tnis very laudable move to furnish a Knoxville. of high class educational enter ville, 19th and 20th of May. Squires visited the News office Monday. filled baskets. series Mr. Horace Massie, Taylor county, The former resides in Campbellsville. Signed by J. D, Burton, T. J. Holmes tainments. Campbellsville Circuit. Miller's Chap. Don't let was here Monday. the grass and weeds and J, B. Burton; j el, May 22nd. Mrs. T. W. Buchanan, editor of the get the Keep the Miss" Minnie Kemp is confined to home Decoration at Mt. Carmel. Gradyville, Pleasant Ridge, May 24th- Taylor County Enquirer, visited Colum grass down and it is a a severe cold, with Judge N. H. Moss, Sheriff A. D, bia last Monday, and paid her respects Cane Valley, Clear Spring, May 25th . pleasure to keep your yard in Mr. J. D. Sharp, was here from to The News. Patteson, County Clerk Walker Bryant and 26th. Decoration day at Mt. Carmel church good condition. Amandaville, Monday. and Assessor John Wolford were all in on Thursday, May 30. 191 2. Columbia, 26th and 27th of May. Mr. M. F. Guthrie, of Rowena, was Frankfort last week and before the Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m , by Rev. Buy yourself a lawn mower; H. T. Baker was in Campbellsville j over a day or two of last week. lie re Board of Equalization to show cause Weldon. ' Mr E. L. Sinclair, who formerly en- small-po- x the first of last week. i in ported Smith's Bottom, why the lands this season. Buy from us of Adair county should m f mo ttt ri r 00 o In Preaching at 2 p. m. by Rev. W. A. s4v Vtri Anc Russell county. if we have what you want Mr. J. 0 Ewing, of the Burkesville not be raised from the figures returned Beck, this place, is now conducting a notion bar, is attending court here. Mr. M. R. Yorberry, . is spending a by the Assessor. Tbey were given a at the right price. Come and) Dinner on the ground, every body and book store at Campbellsville. It isi few days of this week at home. He is patient hearing, the Board deciding to come. We especially invite all the old our understanding that he will remove Csee2T Mx. Owen Gams was here from located at Louisville and is in the let the list stand as returned by the As-- ! soldiers, "oth Union and Confederate. his family to Campbellsville in the Campbellsville Monday. revenue service. Co. sessor. Mr. Patteson was directed to j There will be no stands on the ground near future. Reed Mr. J. A. Russell, of Campbellsville, Mr. Wade Helm who was confined to return home and open his tax books for that day. was here a few days ago. Mr. Charles Walls, who travels for his room with rheumatism for five or collection. We hope to have Gov. Hindman with Fairbank, Morse &Co., has removed LOUISVILLE Mr. W. A. Coffey was in Dan- six weeks, has about recoved, able now MARKETS us, and also hope he will give us a talk ' his family to Columbia, occupying the ville a day or two last week. to ocme down town. Wanted. E. J. Clark, , residence on Burkesville street, recentW. H. Caffe, Mr. W. R.Hoskins.of Campbellsville, Attorney General James Garnett, ly vacated by Mr. J. A. Diddle, who re- - j Lajest Quotations on Live StocK spent Sunday in Columbia. J. W. Bank. wife and baby, reached home from moved his family to his residence and A man to work for the Singer Sewing Committee. Mr. John A. Webb, Webbs X Roads, Frankfort Saturday. Mr. Garnett will Machine Co., in Adair county. "Will farm at Gradyville. be here during circuit court. CATTLE was here Friday and Saturday. pay a salary each week and a commisOpening of Circuit Court. $7.)02f7. Eld W. G. Montgomery will begin a Shipping steer Miss Jennye McFarland, who holds sion. Address G. R. Holt, Mgr., Miss Mae Bell, of Edmonton, is vis 5.508.50 series of meeting's at Egypt church this Beef steers a position in Indianapolis, Ind., arrived Campbellsville, Ky. iting Mrs. Georgia Crenshaw. 4253G.0! night. The meeting will Fat heifers and cows A large crowd came in Monday (Tuesday) j last Wednesday evening. She will re( morning, Mrs. J. J. Booker and son, of Miami, turn some time this week. 2.5ortI.W and many of the farmers continue for ten days. Eld Montgom- Cutters Quarterly Statement. 2.(Mg3.)0were here last Friday, shopping. witnessed the opening of the May term ery is a very intertaining speaker and (Canners Eunice, was here Mr. R. C. Neal, of :!.255.0O of the Adair circuit court. Judge Car it is predicted that large congregations Bulls Mr. Ed Allen, of Boyle county spent Monday and accompanied his son, Finis 4.25fi.75 We are sending quarterly statements ter arrived in due time and by the noon j will hear him. .Feeders Sunday and Monday in Columbia. 't rcmi; ci i and daughter, Bonnie Lee, who have to all the members of the Methodist hour the court was organized, and in . u.iuu.u- rlOiutneia... 35.00-45.During circuit court we cordially ask Choice milch cows Miss Mae Hughes, of Edmonton, been in L. W. T. S., home. church this week. All who are behind afternoon the grand jury went to its visited the Misses Moss last week. with their weekly offerings will please room, having received the usual instruc- parties who know that they are behind ' Common to fair cows . . . 15.00-35.Rev. D. S. Campbell, who at one ' HOGS Mr Jacob Wilson, of Greensburg, time was the Presiding Elder of Colum- put the amount in envelopes and place tion from the presiding Judge. Twelve with their subscription to The News to bia district, spent several days of last same in collection plate Sunday night, good .men make up the body, and it is can ana matce payment. Kunmg a was in Columbia one day last week, or hand to Brother Frank Sinclair, j expected that they will do their duty. newspaper is an expensive business, and Choice 210up week here, meeting many friends. 7.65 165 to 210 Mr. W. L. Smith and wife, of LouisSecretary of the Board of Stew:irds. There is not a more orderly county in we need ever dollar that is due the j Mediums, G.5o Mr, and Mrs. J. n. Young are spendville, are visiting relatives in the counPigs W. T. McFarland, State than Adair, yet there are evil do- office. 7.00 ing several weeks in Texas, visiting ty. Roughs Pres. of Board of Stewards. ers in the land, who deserve to be inIt is estimated that about one-haof Elzy Dam-- 1 shebp and lambs Mr. W. G. Olelland, of Lebanon, call- Mrs. Young's father, Mr. dicted and punished, hence the present District Court, U. S. Western ed to see our merchants a few days ron and her sister, Mrs. Annie Frazer. in front of it. the corn crop oi Adair counts has been grand jury has got work 5.00.6.00 planted. Those who have not planted Best lambs District of Kentucky. ago. Eld. Z. T. Williams and wife, left 3.005.0O need not be discouraged. We have Culls Lebanon, Ky., May 20, 1912. Quarterly Meeting. 3.C0-4iMrs. Elzy Feese and children, of tor Lexington last Friday morning. known a bountiful crop grown, corn Fatsheep John J. Humphery, Bankrupt: The latter will enter a sanitorium for Louisville, are visiting relatives in Coplanting the first of June. Creditors of said bsnkrupt are notiGRAIN, treatment and will be in the city severlumbia. I Bro. W. F. Hogard will preach at Cofied that he was on May 16, 1912, so adal weeks. ' Remember that there will be a public i Wheat.: judicated, and first meeting of his cred- lumbia on the 4th Sunday at 7:30 p. m., Mr. T. E. Moore, Gresham, Green 20 Thursday I Corn. Mo., itors will be held at the office of H. S. and administer the Sacrament of the meeting at the court-hous- e Mr. O. W. McAllister, of Metz, county, was here the middle of last Wednesday, Robison, Campbellsville, Ky., on May Lord's Supper. On Monday morning nignc, jooKing to neaun conditions, j arrived in Columbia last week. Local Market. and will be in the county, visiting at yi, 1912. Their creditors may attend, at 10 o'clock he will hold the 3rd number of interesting talks will be Rev. S. K. Breeding, who is on the the home of his father-in-la- Ladies made. Do not fail to attendMr. prove there claims, a party trustee, ex- Quarterly Conference. Greensburg circuit, was in Columbia Bruce Callison, for a week or two. Let all of our people observe Friday are cordially invited. amine the bankrupt, and do all other last Friday. as a day of fasting and prayer for the Eggs; Mr. L. H. Jones, a veterinary sur- business proper for said meeting. Rev. J. W. Weldon entertained the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the sr Hens! Rev. J. W. Weldon left this morn geon and dentist, has removed from Ben Spalding, in graduating class of Lindsey-Wilso- n Conference. ing for Hardin county, to see his infant Referee in Bankruptcy. Hart county to Columbia. He is occupyChickens his suit of rooms at the home of Mr. . J. W. Weldon. girl baby. on College street, ing the residence Cocks . . . evening and Mrs. Marvin Young one Dies Suddenly. Judge J. C. Carter arrived 3Ionday formerly occupied by Rev. R. L. Tal- who has been last Week. Ice cream and cake were j Mr. W, E. Bradshaw, :. Turkeys forenoon and Mr. A. A. Huddleston in ly. .traveling for the Cumberland Grocery served. , Geese A the afternoon. Mrs. Lelia Blair, who was the wife Company,- tendered his resignation last J. D. Eubank, of Purdy, special repMr. E. C. Beynolds, brother of Mr. I Ducks , lOlfs "Uncle" Solomon Turpen, who now resentative of McClain, Block & Co., of Melvin Blair, died at her late home week, and the first of June he will go J. H. Reynolds, who left Adair county Wool spring clipping. lives near Ozark, was in town for a few Boston, has just returned from a two near Glensfork, last Wednesday morn- with the Louisville Grocery Company. thirty-fiv- e :s years ago. locating in Texas, Hides (green) days, last week. weeks trip through the Blue Grass sec- ing. She was about 34 years old and He did a good business for the Cum- died at Amarillo on May 3rd. He was '42f: Feathers berland people, and he hopes to in- was 58 years old and a fine citizen. 4 00 Ginseng Messrs. I. M. Tuller and W. C, Com-bes- t, tion where he has established several was taken ill the day before her death, de- crease his trade for his new firm. It being stricken with apoplexy. The agents for sajd company. 25 Russell Springs, were here at Beeswax ceased was highly respected in the will only be a few days until he will cal All the student boarders and teachers opening of court. 3. 60 Miss Mattie Elliott, Louise neighborhood, her death bringing sor upon the retailers. have left for Yellow. Root of the Lindsey-Wilso- n Ethel Crockett, Ruth Milli-keMr. Porter F. Squires and sons, row to many homes. Besides her hus- their respective homes, and for the May Apple(per lb) Gertrude Gabbert and Prof. Paul The Town team and the Graded next three and a half months there will George H. and Otis, were in Columbia band, she leaves several children. Moss, teachers in the Lindsey- - Wilson School team met for the last time be quiet times on the hill. the first of the week. Before buying pumps call and see my left for their homes the first of the this season, last Tuesday afternoon Contract Made. stock, all kinds, prices low. praises of all the patn week, carrying Mr. E. B. McLean, A great many were out to witness the Mr. J. A. Willis has just completed a S. F. Eubank. and their many friends. traveling salesman, was here from Sun- rons game which proved to be very interest- varanda to the front of Mr. Charles 24-Faculty will be announced later. day until yesterday. The Adair Fiscal Court met last ing. There were several fine plays on Sandusky's residence which adds greatMonday week and contracted with a both sides,"" and when the contest ended ly to the appearance of the home. Mrs. C. M. Barnett and Miss Madge Miss Sue King, Elizabeth Drake, Rosenfietd, arrived from Evansville, Ethel Grant, LeonarHuffaker and Prof. representative of the Champion ..Bridge the score stood 9 to 5 in favor of the Company for an iron bridge to span town team. Mrs. W ET. Wilson, who conducts an Veterinauy Soitgrm 2nd., Saturday night. J. D. Farris, all teachers in the Public Russell's creek at the Birk. Ford, near ice cream parlor, lost three dollars, in and DerttUt School, left for their respective homes A large number of teachers wras be- money Friday. Some one lifted Mrs. H. B. Garnett, who. has been in Columbia en the lower Greensburg that 9 years, experience. Special, attention. of last week. The feeble health for several months, was the latter part good work and left with road. The consideration was SI, 950. fore the Board of Examiners last Fri- - amount from her money box. teachers all did given to Surgical anu uental work: reported .not so well, last week. One third of said amount Ts to be paid hday and Saturday. Those who re the best wishes of ill the community. by individual subscription, wbfch has ceive, first, and second class certificates Office at residence-- Bear GradedXSchool Millinery Goods At Cost. Alma McFarland accompanied Faculty for next year has not been an- building- Miss been secured.-- . The bridge will be up in will Be Teportea as soon as the Miss Jennye McFarland, on naunced. her sister, PHONT3NO. 7. information reaches this office. a short time. Owing to lateness of season, I am her return trip to Indianapolis. Dr. J. H. Grady, who has been visitFor Sale One,' mare and a mu!e.T Grady,' in Last Friday certainly convinced the ' The I. O. L. U, Lodge which was or- - now selling all goods at actual cost Dr. J. M. Blair his son, Mr. W. E ing his son, Dr. Clarence Ida Isbell, this place about one year men of Columbia, that adver - ganized at J. W;' Morrk ' Blair, of Ono, Russell county, were in California for the last six months, re- business Russell Springs, Ky. 27-ago, disbanded a few weeks ago. ' Columbia last Tuesday after- - Using pay. turned to day or two last week. Columbia a substantial, every-da- y foods, for all occasions. The Proposition Is A Good One. The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream Tartar Phosphates St gj Thus the soul is stronger, better. For the sorrow it hath known. Yes, there is a daily conflict With that old Adamic sin, But if we fignt on patiently We will soon the battle win. Though the trials laid upon us Our old worldly pride may bend, They will cleans our evil natures And King Jesus is our friend; And He'll bear our heavy burdens, Ease the smart of sorrow's rod If we'll trust our lives and fortunes To the mercies of our God. R. L. Campbell. SSS3 hisf flZXildUl :t CURES and PREVENTS GAPES and other chick diseases. One SOc Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure . Personal .,,.- , -- start. . ! 1 Hardware ? ! ! ; - ( ......... j 00 09 , lf J 0ft a w, To-da- y. i n .- -. - I Mc-Gavo- n, well-know- 8t It. H. JOliES v , 1 ' 3t 1 t ..S& t iu'.- - "i'iip- - --- ( I x: THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS What's The Matter With Your Baby? mother and many an old to know the often puzzled nature. The 'cause of her child's 111 not neceloudness of its cryinff does of ssarilyindicate the seriousnessmore its the trouble. It may have nothing a headache or a feelmatter with it than ing: of general dullness. It cannot, of xourse, describe its feelings, but as a preliminary measure you are safe in trying a mild laxative, Nine times out of ten, you will find it 3s all the child needs, for its restlessness .and peevishness are perhaps due to obstruction of the bowels, and once that ias been remediedthethe headache, evimany other the sluggishness and dences of constipation and indigestion will quickly disappear. Don't give the little one salts, cathar or nasty waters, for these will tic pills purgatives, and they are too act as strong for a child. In the families of TTho young Tone, too is -- Nell. Mr. Hugh Beebe and wife, of Echo, spent Sunday night with latters parents, Mr. C. C. Kin naird and wife, of Red Lick. LOCUST - GROVE - STOCK - FARM left nie with a frightful cough and m very weak. X 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 airs. M. S. Adams, Auburn, Ky., and Mrs. L. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxa tive given is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It has been found to answer most perfectly all the purposes of a laxative, and its very Mrs. Theo. Hamilton, of Red Lick, spent a few days last week mildness and freedom from griping with her son, G. E. Hamilton.' recommend it especially for the use of children, women, and old folks generMr. C. 0. Bell, Red Lick, was ally people who need a gentle bowel Thousands of American here Sunday. stimulant. enthusiastic about it families have been for more; than a quarter of a century. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying 11 in me regumr way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the homo free of charge by simpiy aaaressmg ur. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name ana address on a postal card will do. DR. KSISG'S Naw Discovery Mrs. J. E. SI. 00 Cox, Joliet, 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. Mr. W. N. Kinnaird and H. P. Bell, of the Red Lick section, passed through this place, en route for Gradyville, Friday. Little Miss .Lorena Holladay, who has been sick for a while, does not improve much. C. D. ha-Veus- t Crenshaw SURGEON Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at my Barn. :b:erd VETERINARY The Adafr Countv News and Both One Year for $150. Courier-Journ- al i Esj in Woodson Lewis The great Green Rirar Merchan- - l H dise Distributor, has just Received a f -3 Magnificent stock of Few Fall cloth- v B in' Shoes &c. H rs 52 Mr. J. R.Bell visited relatives RAVEN BIRD at Curtis last week. Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Mr. Allen Walker was in this Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by section last week looking after Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldsheep. well's Denmark, he byjKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Mr D. W. Kinnaird and son Nat Brown 81. sold eleven hogs last week to R. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 6 Bridgewater, of Edmonton, in years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head J. and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries a dollar of the market. to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and Mr. Tom Combs was transthe most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or acting business at Red Lick Tues- handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most day. attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has Master James Hunter is spend- for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as ing a" while with his father, Joe 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 Hunter, at Gradyville. to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one Mr. D. W. Kinnaird and son of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent R. H. did business at Colum- breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given bia Monday, and also spent the an opportunity he will make a reputation ecjual to that of his wornight with Tom Dohoney and thy sire. Service fee 10.00 to insure a living colt. Special Attnetifi to Eyes Spavin or any surPistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, STREET. 0NBURKSVILLE Joseph 1$ H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky, family. Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. Which he is offering at Popular prices. 50 Suits carried over at one Third - off. is rj 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 2 H5- give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers r2 2 $6.25 4.75 4.25 3 Mr. Tom Combes sold to R. Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by C. Pulliam two yearling mules Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam for $100. Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. Vr. J. N. Walkup who has 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist been confined to his room with is a beautiful red chestnut, five years oIB, 15 hands high. You sE lagrippe has recovered. 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 Mr. Tom Combes and ""wife were at Gradyville last Tuesday 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 shopping. class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place Mr.. 0. C. Pulliam and wife him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horsspent last Wednesday night at es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to inE: J. D. Walkers, also spent Thurs- - sure a living colt. Why Not E Read The Courier g E: I E: 2 i r2 S2 at'prices that 'defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. 5E - iE Er EE day in Columbia. Mrs. Mattie Hestand and children, who spent two weeks with her sister and aunt, Mrs. Luther Bell, returned home last Saturday. Marion Marion is a black Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and fool, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas- s a most Jack. He has proven himself very sure-anService fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. excellent breeder. The afrove described stock will do service at my barn in Columbia. Journal? HENRY WATTERSON v- - 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 wheatjand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c vper bushel more than lanyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWI: GREENSBURG, KY. I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a disEditor. tance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In Agents of the department of all cases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to We Can Furnish You agriculture, it was announced, other stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. have been for the last two All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be months experimenting with de- taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible The Adair County News should any occur. vices to trap English sparrows. and the From Maine to California an A. S. CHEWNING, Columbia, Kentucky. agent of the department has traveled during those months. Weekly Many machines have been tried out, but as yet one has not been Courier-Journ- al perfected which officials say will do the work successfully. Dr. Charles J. Fisher, who has Both One Year the work irrhand.said the English sparrows are a nuisance and that The Adair County News one year and For $1.50 they harm bearable fruit trees The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till in the spring. Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. We can also give liberal "Take young, apple and peach , This is your opportunity if you want trees, for instance," Dr. Fisher combination rate with Daily said. "The sparrows eat into to keep up with the procession. Send or Sunday Courier Journal. the buds and destroy the cores. name, address and money to ComWrite Courier-Journ- al It then becomes impossible for pany, Louisville, Ky., for them to bear fruit. To Try Trapping Sparrows. wmmmwm. m mmmmwmmm Attention! The News iBmnrnimninfinninfflfflpniinnfflffliifflnmnmifflmK t The Adair Countv News and Daily Courier-JournBoth one year $4.00 al "We are doing no experiment ing in Washington at this lime. In several parts of the country, however wehave a?ents at work with devices. "Prnm -- Columbia, Ky. free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. What Tevans Admire is hearty, vigorous life, according to Hugh Tallman. of San Antonio. "We find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New Life Pills surely put new life andener-g- y into a person. Wife and I believe they are the best- - made." Excellent . Miss Nora Daffron, has small pox, it is reported that Miss Lola , Mr. J. MKearns of this place Morrison is taking smallpox. is very feeble with a cancer on A. R. Humble finished sawing staves on the Williams land the his left eye. Miss Lola Morrison and Miss first of May. it is reported he jjNora Daffron, ofLufe, yent to j cut, split and sawed d staves on this a few weeks back, i they returned home on the 5th. rack'of land. Rowena." eight-hun-Xouisvil- le dred-thousan- what. I have heard these machines A method of preserving fresh have not as yet been perfected." cut corn without the aid of a silo is followed by some farmers in Minnesota with There never was a time when people northwestern Briefly success. appreciated the real merits of Chamber- considerable lain's Cough Remedy more than now. the method followed is to stack This is shown by the increase m sales the corn as fast as cut in such a and voluntary testimonials from persons j way as to leave the butts of the who have been cured by it. If you or stalks, exposed and make the pile your children are troubled with a cough of stalks as nearly air tight as or cold give it a trial and become acpossible. The top of the stack quainted with its good qualities. For is protected- - a canvas cover ale by Paull Drug Co. " wmMiwrnrnwi m mmmmmmi while feeding and does not seem to be damaged by freezing any more than ensilage' in a silo. The The cost per ton of putting corn up this way is said to be less than half that of converting it into ensilage, and for the man who cannot afford a silo and has not roots which would furnish a succulent ration during the winter season the method would for stomach, liver or Kidney troubles. seem to be worth trying. 25cts a t Paul Drug Co. L - : wesus 'J-Z- iV g THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS People Will TalK. A 7 he was to marry another, and having the trust and confidence in his word which he had demanded, she believed him. Her heart was broken and she acted harshly, and without thinking. There is a lesson in the tragedy, and the lesson is for girls to learn. A man who plays jokes like this is beyond redemption. The girls must learn, and know 1911 FOR the manner of men to whom they give their hearts. Finding there BRIGHTER, BETTER,, has been a mistake, they must BIGGER THAN EVER not think, as this girl thought, that there is nothing else left in THE REGULAR PRICE OF life. They must know that there is everything left, that there is THE LOUISVILLE TIMES more to live for than before, for IS A YEAR. now there is the knowledge of a -- Sweetheart's Wife. ' My Doctor Said Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C of health, and was not able to to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon be up and tend began, to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. " I was in a very low state On the morning of April I, Ida You may get through the world, but s Kaiser, living, in St. Louis, and 'twill be very slow. If you listen to all that is said as you 19 years old, ran gaily down the You'll be worried and fretted, and kept steps to meet the postman. in a stew, He handed her an envelope adFor meddlesome tongues will have something tc do, go; THE , LOUISVILLE TIMES housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I am able to to 'my housework and to care for my children, and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." For people will talk. If quiet and modest, you'll have it presumed That your humble position is only sumed; as- CARDUI WomlnlTonic You're awolf in sheep's clothing, or elsesou're a fool, But don't get. excited keep perfectly cool, For people will talk. Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test it for yourself. Your druggist sells Cardui. Ask .him. T cioe' A linf Am Hant W7m4tm 4f MuHtiwAiM Xf?f?nA Cf PftaUnnnmi Town book, " Home treatment for Women," sent free. J 5$ (or Special Instructions, and 64-pi- ge If generous and noble they'll vent out their spleen, You'll hear some loud hints that you're ocuiaii aim If upright and honest, and fair as the day, juau, v They'll call you a rogue in a ing way, For people will talk. sly,- sneak- And, then, if you show the least boldness of heart, Or a slight inclination to take your own part, They will call you an upstart, conceited and vain; But keep straight ahead; don't stop to explain. For people will talk. wobld surpiise you to. know of the Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone good that is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey Dr. James Triplet! of Newberg Junction, N. B. writes. My wife has bee,n using Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very effectual and Dentist. doing her lots of gcod." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowels JEFFRIES BLOCK give them a trial. For sale by Paull great It 40-- ! If threadbare your dress, or ed your hat, that, oldfashion- - Someone will surely take notice of And hint rather strong that you can't payyour way; But don't get excited, whatever they say, For people will talk. - Drug Do. COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 If you dress irrthe fashion, don't think to escape, ELLWOOD as our stock of For they criticise then a different shape; You're ahead of your means, or your tailor's unpaid; But mind your own business, there 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD naught to be made, For people will talk We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long 26 We carry stock all heights Now the best way to do is to do as you WIRE FENCE in inch fence lasts. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. 58 INCH 50IMCH 'i&INCH y please, For your mind, if you have one, will then be at ease. Of course you will meet with all sorts of abuse. But don't think to stop them; it ain't any use, For people will talk. .34INCH T.i 2S1HCH -- ,.f 7nt7A77Y7ll' I I I V Hf KVVVW I ..in? i- - v ... f.n.yy .i.f u... vf Vgi'ii'iiV I3INCH & TfC7TffY7YfOYrTO RKHKKKRKKK 'WS aHBMS" v1Mfi If S IS Short Man. dressed in the writing that was dearest to her. It was from the man she was to marry next month. She ran back to her room, or, rather, she flew, for Love gives wings to those who carry what she carried in her hand, and who want to be alone while they read. Reaching her room, she broke the seal, and with heart beating high with expectation, read the opening sentence: "I have married another." Then she went down the steps, but not as she had come up. Crossing the street to a drug store, she bought a quantity of mercury tablets, returned to her room, swallowed them, and was soon beyond human aid. "It was an April fool joke," a young man sobbed to her mother a few hours later. "I did it as a joke. I never thought of marrying any one but Ida. I just wanted to tease her." All his lamentations and reproaches can't bring her back. He is like the man who rocks the boat, and who is left in the boat alone, his only memory that of an agonized face. The girl who was the victim of tfiis little April fool "Joke" was foolish, it is true. Only a foolish girl will decide that any one man's love is all there is to life. Had she been older wiser, and known men at their right; values, her first thought would have been gratitude that she found out his faithlessness before it was too late. Discovering laLer $5.00 fortunate escape. The knowledge that a lover is If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEk not worth loving is a painful TO US, YOU CAN GET one, but out of it.grows wisdom, a clearer view of life, and a happiness that has a more stable THE ADAIR COUNTY foundation. NEWS AND The Demonds of the Swgmp are mosquitos. As they sting they put deadly malaria germs in the blood. Then follow the icy chills and the fires of fever. The appetite flies and the strength fails; also malaria often paves the way for deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill and cast out the malaria germs from the blood; give you a fine' appetite and renew your strength. "After long suffering,, wrote, Wm Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "three bottles drove all the malaria from my system, and I've had good health ever since." Best of all stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cts at Paul Drug Co. Absher. THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of corres- Messrs. R. O. Dillingham and Short men might look as if IK SIX MEIGHTS ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) they had a harder time to succeed than the tall man, but such is Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. not the case. Most of the best known men of the world have 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. been and are small men. Napoleon, Nelson, and Lord Roberts Louisville, Ky. are a few of them. The small man has the same sized heart, lungs and brain as the big man; or least to speak more accurately, the vital organs, although they are actually larger of the in the larger body, do not inFourth District Convention, to be Held at Monticel- - crease in size in anything like MADE that he DEHLER BROS., Prog ram 24-26, lo, Ky., May Beginning Friday Evening at 7:30 proportion. five-foot-hi- gh 7:30 7:45 8:00 9:00 Song and Devotional Address of Welcome Address Appmtment of Committees SATURDAY MORNING i 8:30 9:15 Workers Conference, the Bible Scfiool and Missions Song and Devotional 9:30 An A. B. C. in Session 10:00 New Points of Emphasis in 1912 "Front Rank Standard" State Worker, H. W. Elliott 10:45 Address 11:15 The Convention Year Bible School Campaign W. E. Frazee of Committees 11:50 Announcement " . For instance, a man has a heart weighing about 10 2 ounces: a six-foman's A. H. Baugh keart Weighs barely 12 ounces, C. W. Harrison wnereas, in proportion it should by the-- President weigh something over 12 2 Proportionately the ounces. taller man has less heart power. Yet his heart has to do harder work. It has to raise the blood Led by School higher. W.J.Clark 1-ot ; 1-- Her Last Resource. 1:30 2:00 2:45 3:30 4:00 ft 7:30 8:00 9:30 10:45 I cannot make up poetry, for I cannot keep rhyme. AFTERNOON SESSION I cannot play piano, for I canBusiness Session, (a) Sect's Report, (b) Cflmmitte Reports The Front Rank, or Light Bearing Church F. J. Barger, A. H. Baugh not keep time. I cannot mend or sew or darn, The A. B. C. Service W. J. Clark What Must We Do General Discussion my patience won't endure. The Bible School and Temperance Tobias Huffaker I couldn't act, sing or dance, EVENING SESSION of that I am quite sure. The Desciples, or Christian Church, Which? J. Q.Montgomery I couldn't draw a cartoon; a W; J. Clark sketch I cannot make. A. B. G and the Kingdom, Steropticon Lecture The SUNDAY MORNING . I couldn't cook a dinner, much Model Bible School less bake any cake. , DEMOCRATIC in politics, but funny, she would have been glad to knov the manner of a man he fair to everybody. Columbia. was before she gave him the Miss,Vinnie Weatherford, who SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPright .to torture her all through spent last week with her brother life. TION RIGHT WAY She gave up her life, a needless near Knifley returned home Sunand awful sacrifice, but I claim day. Kentucky Fair Dates. Mr. W. A. Humphress was in that any woman is better dead than married to the asinine sort Columbia last Wednesday on busHarrodsburg July ' of man who thinks humor lies in iness. 2. Mr. Lambert Sanders and sisforture. r Alt. Sterling July ter. Miss Effie, were guests of The kind of men who think a 3. Georgetown July Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thomas last laugh must be based on pain; Berea Fair August Sunday. that a cry of anguish without Versailles August Mr. D. M. Moore was in this real cause is the most delicious Mt. Vernon August neighborhood one day last week Vanceburg August inspiration for mirth; who worry and fret and frighten, that they looking after cattle. Litchfield August Mr. Olen Robertson,near Cane Brodhead August may laugh, are the kind of men Valley, was at Mr. Delaney RobLawrenceburg August for all the world to avoid. ertson one day last week. Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 They should be penned up toHardinsburg August Mf. and Mrs. J. B. Russell, of gether that they may play pracColumbia August tical jokes on each other, and de- Columbia, were visiting at Wat. Fulton August crease their number by torment- son a few days ago. London August Mrs. W. P. Dillingham was at ing worrying and scaring each Franklin August Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley's last other to death. Barbourville Fair September Wednesday, They should be given limitless opportunities for rocking the Bowling Green September ( boat for, pointing at each ocher J D ToddPlff ' N otice. against? Tompkinsville September with revolvers that are not load- J C Browning admr &c Dft ( The above styled action pending in ed, for schemeof extermination Sanders September the Adairc ircuit court has been referred that will result in 'the wiping to take proof and report claims against Monticello September Newport September from the i:ace of the earth every the estate of Buford Dohoney, deceas-ehaving claims against All persons Horse Cave September man whose idea oi wit is so desaid estate are hereby notified to preMorgantown September 19-graded. sent the same to me in my office at Col- wasn't married, but was torturing her because he thought It Fred Humphress attended the singing at Concord last Sunday. Misses Eula and Bertha Marten were visitors at Mr. Delaney Robertson, Miss Emma Robertson spent last Wednesday nignt at her uncles, Drewry Moore. Mr. and Mrs. John Rule passed here last Thursday en route for daughter's, Mrs. S. f!. Neat, of pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. f M 1 30-Aug- ust 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust . 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. 4-- 7, 4-- 7, 4-- 7. 3-- 6. -- d. 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. umbia, Ky., properly proven dh or beman demands that the girl fore the third day of the May term 21: Lexington October he loves have faith in him. This 1912 of the Adair circuit court. Mayfielcl October 2 W. A. Coffey, M.' C.1 A C. C. girl had it. He says she must A 9-1- 9-1- 2. trust him. implicit. This girl's trust was Helps H Judge in Bad Pix. If a man dares to live within his means and is resolute in his purpose not to appear more than he really is, let him be applauded. ddress "The Call of the Christian Ministry" Convention Offering Pres. R. H. Crossfield Communion Service. AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSIQN 2:00 The Afternoon and Evening Program will be given "Behalf of the C. W. B. W. Work to Mrs. Yancy, in '.. '' ; llene If any one else had told her he I cannot do a single thing was false, she would have flown but wait these's one think yet: to his defense with tigerish rage I could join the ranks and beJ that' he had been so maligned. an ardent suffragrette. HeBut he said it himself, He said Hrohold, There is something fresh and rare in such an example. Justice Eliberry, 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 la3t I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and was. oompletely cured." Cures burns, boil?, ulcers, cuts, rralsei anfl piles. 25cts at Paul Trag Oj -- -- z. , 8- ' ' . ' THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r Russell Springs. ? , Grady Yille. .V ,Plety of rain and er this week. cool weathcar-loa- Mr. Frank Wade, a well-know- n i S.T.Waggener and Mr. Rhorer two traveling men were here . last week. citizen of this town, died, on the d 11th inst. , 'J. F. Pendleton shipped a of hogs to the Louisville Mr. Vernon Hole, off Jamesmarket this week. town, visited here Sunday. J. A. Diddle returned from Bro. Bricknell, owner of the Louisville the first of the week. Russell Springs Hotel is with us Mrs. G. W. Pangburnand Mrs. again. S. Simmons returned from JamesFriday and Saturday 17th and town the first of the week, 18th was time for the examinaDr. L. C. Nell was in Columbia tion for county teachers certifi- (cates. There were 35 applicants the first of the week. Messrs. J. D. Walker and W. in this county. W. Yates sDent a day or so at Mr. R. E. Hatfield and Dr. A. A. Hatfield visited at Jamestown Portland the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Nell Friday. Mr. Robt. Ingran, cashier of visited the family of Mrs. C. S. Bell in the community of Nell the bank here,bought a fine combined saddle and harness horse the first of the week. Jacob Nelson, of Greensburg, of Sidney Holt. was here the first of the week Messrs. G. A. Kimble and Anlooking after his stave interest. drew Foley are in the Cincinnati Elbert Nell was atMenphis, market this week. Mr. Foley Term., the first of the week. will purchase a planing mill. Quite a number of people from Mrs. Ida Rounds has returned this place attended the closing home after a few weeks stay in exercises of the schools at Colum- Columbia. bia one day last week. Mr. Ryan, the lumberman, was MissYarberry and Mr. Cole, at the Kimble house Friday two popular young people of the night. We are always glad to Weed community were married see Mr. Ryan. He never tells at Columbia one day last week. a hard luck story. Mr. Elmer Keen, one of our BaRerton. merchants, while fishing one day last week, accidentally shot himself. The wound is not consid- Hanna's Green Seal TUr If ATM? 1 TTk n Iin?AE DilWT" inc. ifiiUJD-- v-- laiv riiiHi Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the h passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not n given the subject with reference to the quality ot the paint to be used. a &j 09 I W ' .E. ' A am G. P. SMYTHE for I 1 Wt oi FIRE INSURANCE and I W 1 V ' REAL ESTATE EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. It is TEST THE QUALITY. is a a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. difference. . . - There 1 Hatcher. The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. ' ; The belated spring is disliM This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence thelmakenjjuye couraging to the farmers, not in their product. AM v FOR SALE BY over ten per cent of corn has been planted in Taylor county. A great deal of land has not been broken, and the question of a good crop is not flattering. Dingo. Tobacco plants are ready for HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF transplanting but cannot be done H. A. Moss, Greensburg, was at present. here last Saturday. The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling Mrs. W. B. Underwood closed J. J. Stotts has removed from her school here last week. She here to the Sparksville communiFloor Coverings of AH Kinds will teach the fall term. ty. Mr. Stotts cannot be con Rev. E. W. Coakley, Nicholas- - tented long at one place. Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted. ' of, C. C. Roe, Jr., and Burr Brake ville, preached the baccalaureate stocks to the practical display of immense sermon for the R. C. A., last Sparksville, did business here! Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Sunday, a large audience listen- - last Monday. ed attentively to his sermon.: Landy Stotts sold a work mare A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for There were six in the graduating to Solomon Stotts for $75.00 the showing of class. The R. C. A., is doing af- T7i r viiiii o 'jiii r m r n j iii iiu iiii-fective work in educating the were here last Monday moving Lace Curtains and Draperies boys and girls of this section. J. J. Stott's property. a MM TMT ill t 4 Ml HV W i -- lis m, W fllll 1 1 B Bj B THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE ; j i i b . i Rev. A G. Link, preached the A mare valued at $125 the Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our People are as far behind with haccalaureate sermon to the class property of L. H. Jones died one big live store. ered dangerous. very of the B. C. l.j the parents and day last week. crops as was ever known, but We are in need of a bridge little corn planted. friends of the school were out in Rev. R. B. Hayes preached an & across Big Creek and also a great TVio WscViwillo "Rnnafprs" will large numbers to hear a forceable interesting sermon at the new Incorporated deal of improvement on our roads. 23rd on the Str. address. Prof . Lee Dawson is the Union church afc tWa place Iast 522 and 524 West Market St. in this section. We trust the Henry Harley. Every body efficient head of the school, and Sunday. Louisville, Kentucky. Fiscal court will take the matter and his wife ought to meet the is doing satisfactory work to al L. H. Jones bought a work into consideration in the near fu- boat. of the patrons. mule from Mrs. Hetty Rupe for ture. While they are building so S. T. Irvin and two children Mr. Wood Buchanan, one of $60. 7RrNatN7kT7Fv7TC7K7N 7r7K7KiNrN7JfN7k7Ki manv Vrirlo-P- in Ot.hp.r T)artS of Fayette and Bettie Jane our most James farmers is! Miss Lyda England of the county that is of no earthly SIC. to Burnside on the btr. adding conveniences to caife county is visiting her sister T. "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor" people in this part went benefit to the X Rowena last week and spent a his well improved iarm. He is Mrs. J. J. England of this place. of the county but we come across IS. It is made on a "Midget" Marvel Flour few days. installing a water system in his Mill Ihe last word in milling machines. All of the milling operaJ. C. Royse sold a young horse our part of the taxes all the with tions take place in this one machine. It is a sanitary mill, none of J. E. Morgan and wife of Al- - home and barn. He built a dam to Elmore Royse for $25. same. the product is touched by hand or comes in contact with the outside as bany, are visiting Mrs. Morgan's across the meadow creek, secur air, In this mill the wheat and flour travel less than twenty feet Robbie Murphy, Chance, did Mr. Strong Hill made a trip to parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ing enough force to send the business here last Wednesday. si. instead of the hundreds of feet in the ordinay modern mill with the Milltown last week and received result that this unusually short and quick system keeps the flour clear water through pipes one half a Parrish, of Howards Bottom. and free from impurities, preserving its natural creamy bloom and the L. H. Jones who has the con- a large mill belt, one that will! Miss Lovie Glidewell was tak-- mile. crushed wheat cmrmlv nil nf thp mills in this sec--, r. tract to build Greenbriar school IS volatile oils which contain the flavor and aroma of the nutty flavor of are not evaporated. This flour has that sweet, rich, Monday. en worse last ; . oMr. James Helm and Miss Jes- - house has the material upon the as .n. the "Old Fashioned" stone ground flour. You will also notice this UUIl VL Hie tUUULjr Liiau oic 11 SIC TN Mrs. Minnie Gilbert is lots bet- sieShreve, Merrimac, drove to;ground now and says that he IN flour has more strength than other patent flour, it will rise quicker in him and you need of belts call on ter after being confined to her Lebanon last Saturday and were will have the house completed i; the dough. is can be supplied. IN. We most cordially invite you down to our plant to see this bed for four weeks. married. Mr. Helm is a farmer, within a week or two wonderful mill make "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor." 7K Remember on the 30th of May, G. M. Dillon has gone to and is known as a good fellow. tin: that the people of this and adAdditional Locals. Richardson & Walker, Props. t Burkesville on business. 7K There were a class of 33 who requested community j Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our Hubbuch Bros. Wellendorff, I 5 up-to-da- te Met-alwa- ys I Self-Contain- ed i u ! -o i , NJ- - are joining to meet at Union Church early in the morning and attend to some repairing on the house and yard and then to repair to the cemetery where there is some work to be done. All can be done by the ' noon hour, if one who are directly interested in the City of the Dead will respond. In the afternoon there will be an appropriate address or sermon delivered by our pastor, J. R. Crawford suitable for the occa- sion. At the cemetery there will be plenty of dinner on the ground, riease con xorgeL u ie time or place. Everybody has a special invitation to attend. i : ! , j i took the common school exami-- , There never was a time when people was here last Monday shipping nation in this county, every ap- - appreciated the real merits of Chamber-plicapassed. There are ,ain's Cough Remedy more than now. some staves and looking over the by the increase in sales Goff property. I think he is enough holding diplomas to This is shown . and voluntary testimonials from v aiming to buy and move to tms organize quite a nice school, and who have been cured by it If pyou or peliminary steps are being taken your children are troubled with a cough place in the near future. or cold give it a trial and become acQ. A. Helm who has been in looking to the interest of these quainted with its good qualities. For the mercantile business here for pupils. The Taylor county Board ale by Paull Drug Co. ""' four years has moved back to his of Education will meet at the Misses Mary Lucy Lowe, Nellie Fol- farm and is running the store on court house next Saturday to lis, Mary Triplett, Ella Walker and advise as to the matter. It will Mr. Paul Hughes graduated and reSaturday's and wet days. ceived their diplomas from the Public sold his drilling be addressed by Prof. McHenry High School last week. T. C. Goff has Rhoads, the State High School outfit to a Mr. Patterson of Inspector. The meeting has There were several mule buyers in town Monday and several head changed Adair C0Unty. Mr. Goff will put been extensively advertised, and hands, prices ruling high. a gasoline grist mill at this place. quite a crowd is expected. R. T. Baker of Amandaville. j t nt yf .. Sandusky . & Co. Wholesale and Retail i i LUMBER Columbia, Kentucky. All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, Sash, Doors and Blinds Born, to the wife of Chesley Sexton, of Elkhorn, May 8th, a daughter, Ruth. Mrs. Sexton is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Harper, of our city. On Saturday j ,9 ir -- before the 4th Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock ' and on Sunday following at the Baptist church, Rev. Dudgeon, week. Mr. u. B. Finn, who has been The .Famous. Parry Buggies. t Price reasonable, jy-'J. H'. Pelley. v of Cane Valley, ..wijl preach, j Columbia, Ky. '"' Mr. Elmore JReneanJs baby, isl?n Business at Camp.bellsville for .'fl b (' t N 'lt Everybody is, invited .to attend, & two years, filed a deed cf assign- quite sick at this, waiting. . ? Rev,yDuclgeon is afv, able preach- cWanted: I wo.hands,.onb to Jog,, one 'VViayo. W n.nflfip of small nox at meftt in the clerks office.., this. tcilclive a team, .C. MHerriord andyouwill notbe disappoint- er assigned week. His assets were Ky. & Penle t ". jr-- - were . here a. ed if you will, giyehim, a hearing. iula, . r. e a, from all. sections -- with Ho ElT Sinclair. en - tMohiayg' He has 17 f U of Colum- Mr.Shaw of Columbia, .Pr,. S. - Beef cattlE scarce and the mar-.bia,'.made our .own last week Louisville rTin "and,Stove ed.wasi'gaged" inf arming since his fallf. ;'ket' price is high. as usual had-- a rice business here Wednesday selling tinware. ure. '. and K Democratic Convention next SaturElmer Mffl TJie second annual corn grow- - day. Come to town and take part. W. Thomas were here Monday, We are havinp; lots of nice fish. linS contest is on, and quite a Messrs. William Adair Weldon and . w boys are catching them nice sum of money has been sub- William King Campbell graduated from The Rose n last week, and the and supplying everybody from scribed to encourage the boys. were awarded diplomas. Mr. E. P. Peterson, our efficient here to Breeding. superintendent of the county Strayed, from my premises, in CoThe Rowena took on about lumbia, a black, medium sized cow. Monday school, has taken a great deal of Information wanted, and reward paid. 40,000 staves here last his time as well as making liberal J. C. Yates. t for C. L. Winfrey. contribution for the success of S. W. English of Smiths Grove For Sale. Ky., was here the first of the the club. M j . A. H. HOLT, Proprietor, VESOTN HOLT, Clerk. Lindsey-Wilso- i ! Holt Hotel Jamestown, Kentucky ' "Drummer .allhoursi ' Newly fumisoed and the best accomodations, with first- - J """ii .Livery and Feed Stable in coniwctjonl New rigs and wagons just put in, the public lwke3iafter at any and 5' " When in Jamestown our patronage soHcited.'.ralesitY, ''' - & I . i '- , . . instaves. Phone. uinStore add. Hotel Oflice. . " . k, - I &X?i 4v w ?v-and f $ 4 J.". '" . iiix "1KMIK. '. a!"1 Kji, 'W "- A- - i,