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REPORT OFTHECONDITION OF THE REPORT OP THE CONDITION v Whereas, on the 15th, day of GRADYVILLE STATE The following gentlmen comthis month, Mrs. Lela Blair, wife BANK OF COLUMBIA pose the juries, present term of of Melvin E. Blair departed this BANK, circuit court: great life and passed into the Doing Business at Town of ColumPETIT JURY. beyond, and whereas she was Doing Business at Town op bia, County of Adair, State of J. I. Hendrickson, F. J. Hard-wicduty Gradyville County op Adair Kentucky, T. A. Firquin. Jas. Butler, faithful in discharge of her State op Kentucky. At the Close of Business on the E. G. Hardwick, S. A. Hatcher, to both church and school and At the Close op Business on ISth Day of May. 191.2 J. W. Tupman, J. E. Burton, A. loved by all. Therefore, be it resolved that the 18th day of 'May. 1912. kesoukces. B. Cox, Luther Chapman, H. T. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts Smith, J. M. Russell, C. Burton, we the officers and members of Loans and Discounts with with one or more endorthe Sunday School greatly de- one or more.endorsers or G. B. Murphy, E. T. Holmes, J. 47 992 56 sers as sureties sureties 55103 Real Estate Mortgages...' 85 176 24 J. England, G. W. Pitman, L. T. plore the loss of Mrs. Blair to Real Estate, Mortgages ... 10 5S1 96 Cail Loans onCollateral . . 1 268 45 Single Name Paper Neat, J. J. Banks, B. F. Monday, the church, Sunday School and Times Loan son Cola tteral 12 332 67 2 786 19 Time Loans on Collateral 531 t' community and take this method Single Nane paper WithIsaac Hurt, Mack Coomer, J. J. 194 19 911 68 Other Stocks, Bonds, etc. out Other Securetles.. 25 493 40 of publicly expressing our sym- Due from National Banks 8 365 87 Rice and Frank Sinclair. 177 253 53 Other Stock. Bonds, etc. 14 535 69 pathy for the bereaved husband United States and Nation- Due from National Banks 45 879 72 BYSTANDERS. 2 571 93 alBank Notes Due from State Banks and children. 161 88 Overdrafts (Unsecured).. S. H. Mitchell, Jo N. Conover, and Bankers 47 832 25 1952 53 SMI 91 Resolved that a copy of these Current expenses paid... United States andNationl Howard Webb and J. A. BreedBanking Real Banks Notes 5 486 00 resolution be sent to The Adair House Estate 1688 39 ing. Specie 10 602 45 5 116 45 County News for publication, a Furniture and Fixtures... '1 509 55 3 449 85 Checks and other cash grand Jury. 523 72 items copy of the News directed to the $ 34 461 21 (Overdrafts Unsecured). 478 26 A. S. Burton, J. W. Burbridge, bereaved family and a copy Total LIABILITIES expenses paid... 1309 62 Current John Combest, J. R. Christie, R. spread on the Secretary's book. Capital stock paid in, in Eeal house 2 000 00 15 000 00 Cash L. Neat, G. D. Bryant, F. P. J. V. Dudley. Furniture and fixtures000 00 494 61 15 494 Gl Undivided profits 4 309 62 Dohoney, E, J, Page, J. Z. Pick Deposits Subject to check G. R. Abrell. 210 993 83 ett, S. (on which interest is not Total H. Murrell, N. B. DillingM. Taylor. paid) 18 704 69 LIABILITIES. ham, R. A. Waggener, forman. Other Labilities not induCommittee. Capital k, 7T -Estate-Banking - Report of Jno. W. Flowers, Treasurer of the Town of Columbia, of amount of funds on hand and belonging to said town and amounts received and Doing Business af Casey's paid out upon orders issued by the Creek, County of Adair, Board of Trustees of said town, from State of Kentucky, Dec, 9, 1911,to April 1st, 1912. FARMERS BANK CREDITS. 1911 Dec, 30, L. C. Winfrey, Dec 30. services as attorney 6 mo 853 00 T. G. Eubank, services RESOURCES elk. 6 mo. past 12 50 Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers or Dec. 30, Geo. Coffey, St. Supt. sureties n 53, $40 and paid L. Bomer 40 50 Real Estate Mortgages U S20 5i 1912 At the Close of Business on the Sth Day of May. 1912. 1 Jan. 1 J W. Walker. 92 loads of rock Jan 2 Columbia Light Co., Lights Dec , 1911 Jan. 8 Rollin Hurt, rent hall one year Feb. 6 Geo. Coffey, services as Marshal January 12 Feb. 6 Columbia Light Co., Time Loans on Collateral 1 629 35 ICo 80 Other Stock. Bonds, etc. Due from National Banks United States and Nation75 61 al Bauk Notes Specie I 03J J7 64 09 36 00 Current Expenses paid. .. Furniture and Fixtures 2 860 ft) 40 00 Other Assets not included under any of above heads 74 35 27 37120 5 454 37 1 qiq 2 015 57 3 921 JIO OK OO lights January Feb. 6 F. R. Winfrey, services as supervisor Feb. 7 Russell & Co., I load of wood placed in hall Total It LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in. in 6 00 cash 1 1 Feb. 7 Adair Co. News, Publishing and printing to date Feb. 8 J. Will Walker, 24 loads 13 SurplusFunds 35 Undivided Profits Fund to par Taxes 50 Drfosits subject to check (on which irterest is not ?K000O. 1 500 00 1473 53 93 5 stock paid in, in Funds cash Surplus. $30000 00 $30 000 00 divided profits Fund to pay taxes Deposits subject to checks (on which interest is -- 400000 899 15 34 899 15 notpaid) .171 274 34 Due State Bank and Bank- ers Other Liabilities not indued under any of the above heads Int. Dis.& Ex..... 1417 75 Total, , 3 377 59 240 998 83 crushed rock Feb. 8 Sam Breeding, services 20191 as supervisor The public meeting, at the A Case of Pellagra court-hous- e, Feb. 8 Railing used at crossing last Thursday night, 34 461 21 of side-wal-k near Frank SanKentucky called by the Board of Health, state of Adair of County dusky fSct. Dr. F. G. Gabbert, who lives I, W. L. Winters Cashier of the above named Feb. 9 H. A. was not as largely attended as Walker, services Bank, the occa'sion demanded. The at Roley, this county, attended ment isdo solemnly swear that the above state- supervisor of my knowlenge object of the meeting was to the meeting of the medical asso- belief. true to the best L. Winters, Cashier. and Feb. 12 Reed Hardware Co., W. take steps to improve the health ciation here last Thursday. For Subscribed and sown to before me this 22nd acct., to date day of May. 1911. Mch 5 Sam Breeding, labor for condition, that is remove more than a year he has been ed under any of the above heads Paid) 27 60 Certified checks Total .307355 :3 (S 55 052H STATE OF KENTUCKY, Cotjxrv of Adair, I act . I, Jno. W. Flowers Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Jno. W. Flowers. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of May, 1912. My Commission expires Jan.. 17th. 1914. J. B. Gabnett, N. P. A. C. Ky. Correct W. W. Jones, Director R. F. Paull, Director. James Garnett, Director The Report of the Board, The following is the result of the teachers examination: ElkST CLASS. Ila Epperson, Joe Calhoun, Robt. Will, Nell Miller, Elbert Webb, Lula Royse, Mary, Pick- ett. SECOND CLASS. G.W. Turner, Alvia Rosson, "" Clarence Strange, Verna Todd, Carrie Vaughan, Nannie Rowe, Sarah Collins, Bettie Cundiff, Virginia Hunn,. Essie Triplett, May Upton, Allye Garnett, El-n- a Barger, Annie Montgomery, Darrell Strange, Clyde Shirley, R. O. Dillingham, Eva Nance, Albert Bryant, George Aaron, Rose Hunn, Hattie Williams. 11 3rd class. 'Mr. Cyrus Roy, who lives on 17 failures. the Russell Springs road, nine miles from Columbia, has been Special Notice. in a critical condition for several weeks, and his recovery is doubtParties having accounts with ful. He is a victim of pulmonaDrs. Russell & Hindman will be ry trouble. He is an allowed a discount of 10 per cent soldier, serving in the 13th Ken-- i if same accounts are settled be- tucky infantry. He has been a tween the 1st and the 15th of good citizen from youth to old June. This is for cash settlement age. and is the amount ordinarily The Bank of Columbia, the paid a collector. State Bank of Gradyville and the 30-Farmer's Bank of Casey Creek, publish very creditable Mr. W. H. Sandusky is to be all paper. congratulated on the good taste statements in he has displayed in the neatness A stray Berkshire pig came and conveniences of his res- to my house in February. It is idence, now nearing completion black. ' When taken up it weighin this city. It is one of the ed twenty-fiv- e pounds. most attractive cottages in the John Bell. town. At present Mr. Sandusky 30-- lt is a single man, and at this writing is suffering from a felon on All trustees are requested to his left thumb. meet in Columbia Saturday June 15, for the election of teachers We will send the Adair County News one year and the Louis- in their repective districts. ville Times from now until No- Meeting will be held at tbe court vember 30th, for $2.00. The house. price of the Times is $4.50 per The last school draw is in the year, but by subscribing for the hands of the county Supt. Teachtwo papers now, you will get the ers can call at any time for final Times six months for $1. settlement. ex-Fede- ral the causes in the town and county treating a boy, eleven years old, that bring about diseases. There a son of Oscar West, who lives were a number of local physi- on Barnett's Creek, for Pellagra. He brought the boy to Columcians present and several from a distance. The meeting was bia and Thursday night he was called to order by Dr. U L. Tay- before the medical fraternity, at lor and there were a number of the court-housDr. McChord, interesting papers and talks. of Lebanon, and other physicians Dr. McChord, of Lebanon, and examinaed the patient, all agreeDr. Hammonds, of Dunville, and ing that Dr. Gabbart had rightDr. U, L. Taylor, of this city, all ly diagnosed the case. had well written papers. Judge Mrs. Mont Cravens was terriH. G. Baker made a talk which was highly appreciated, and bly frightened last Thursday others present made pointed re- morning. She was in her yard, working with her flowers. In marks. reaching to remove some rubbish Last week we received a com- she discovered a snake, coiled munication from Mr. Matthew near the roots of the flowers. Taylor, Glensfork, telling the Screaming, her husband went to people how the voters in his dis- her rescue and killed the reptile. trict stood in the Democratic Mr. Cravens says that he does contest for the Presidential nom- not know, but is satisfied from ination and also for Congressman what he has heard, that it was a from the Eighth district. We copperhead. had no objections to the article, but as a very large majority of A diffirulty that was largely the Democratic voters of Adair discussed at the time it occurred, county would have agreed with was settled by trial last ThurMr. Taylor, and as we were some sdaythat of the Commonwealth what crowded for space, we did against Mrs. Zach Sanders for not publish the article, but sided maliciously striking Mrs. Richardson. The jury rendered a with the writer. verdict for $5 and cost. e. the above Bank, do solemnlv hit-- ft 20 named aboYestatementi3"true to the best of my know ledge and belief. 6 00 E.W. Smith, cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25nl day of May 1912. 2 99 My commission expires the 19th. day of EMh 1 191G. 6.00 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Adair f Set I. E. W. Smith Ca3hier of sr My commission expires January 22, I9It. Clem Keltner Notary Public culvert 2 14 W.C. 41 60 75 37 Correct W. M. Wilmore C. O. Moss. U. N. Whitlock. Directors. salary as marshal for February Mch. 6 Colnmbia Lighting Co., lights for February Men. 7 J Will Walker, 5T, loads crushed rock; 2 loads rough rock; hauliug dirt Mch. 15 W. A. Helm, piping furnished to date DEBITS. 1911 Mch. 5 Geo. Coffey, Wolford. Notary Public. Adair county. Kr. Correct Attest: G.E. Walker, Director. McC. Goode. Director J. A. Williams. Director. Accidentally 66 oO 10 00 $698 01 Shot. COMING. 'The Great Titanic'Disaster. Will be shown in moving Pic- ture at the Parlor Circle Friday night, the 31st. Also 2000 feet of other interesting pictures. Adshow begins at 7 o'clock. Dec 30 29 Balance on hand Brack Massie 1912 Feb 8 Columbia Entermission adults 15 cts., children tainment Co., license under 12 years 10 cts. First Mch. 26 Standard Oil Co., Apr. 1 W. L. remedies Wheat Dec S1327 13 36 90 30 00 io 00 io 00 William Smith, a son of Mr. Logan Smith, accidentally shot himself last Thursday. He was trying to force a load into his gun when it fired. The ball entered the boy's windpipe, and Prfday he was reported in a very serious condition.' His home is in the Mt. Carmel neighborhood. FOR SUMMER patent T)REiSES. The Mercantile Association met last Tuesday night and decided that the next Bargain Days in Columbia would be held in tfie month of June. Some rare bargains will be offered, besides other inducements will be advertised in order to pay people to come to town in large numbers. In due time notification will be given. A belled buzzard has been flying over the farm of Mr. S. W Royse for the past eight or ten days. Mr. Royse says that he would like for the owner to put it up, as the ringing of the bell brings about confusion, the farm hands not knowing when to come Prof. M. O Winfrey, who has $1414 03 been at the head of the Middles-bor- o Balance on hand April 1, 1912 $716 02 Public Schools for ten years, Jno. W. Flowers, Treas. has been unanimously elected for Examined by me this Apr 2nd 1912 the ensuing year by the board. and find same to be correct. J. G. Eubank ck. As a teacher and public spirited man, Mr. Winfrey stands high n Mr. U. P. Walling, in Bell county. He is a native lumber man and Mayor of of Adair county. and Miss Minnie washer were married in Louisville one Great Reduction in Millinery. evening last week. The bride is a sister of Mrs G. V. Murray I must sell my entire stock of and has resided in Campbells-vill- e about two years. Ladies and children hats by June 18th regardless of cost. Don't For Sale. fail to take advantage of this clearance ' sale. One 33 log wagon good a new, Mrs. Geo. Staples. one 3in., Fish Bro. road wagon. E. Cannada. Robert McWorter, of color, was Sano, Ky. indicted by the grand jury of 30-Adair county, last week, for The property house burning. Quite a number of burned was situated near Eunice, this county, and was owned soldiers in this county, have filed applications for increase in penby Mr.JVilliam Hobson.of Mr. John B. Coffey, sion under the law recently en- assistant Fire Marshal, worked acted. There are many others who will file later. up the case. well-know- We are receiving this week new Corduroys, Flouncings. Embroideries, Yoils, Lawns, Mulis & etc. Also a nice assortment Baby Irish Laces, Banding Fringes, & etc. Russell & Co. Camp-bellsvill- e, On the 24th inst., Mr. William Miller, who lived near Sewellton, Russell county, died after a short illness. He was 63 years old, an excellent citizen, and a devoted member of the Methodist Church. The funeral services were con ducted by Rev. Tarter. Good reports come from who is pi.' ing with Lexington, Blue Gri League. He is a catcher and made good from the start. is also doing some excellent d! Morris Rosenfield, 2t ting. Mrs. Martha Kearns, who lived near the Miller oid Fields, died last Saturday. She was about 65 years old. Her husband, Wm. Kearns, died last September. ex-Fede- ral Camp-bellsvill- e. I ! 2t to-day- 's in for dinner. Repair Shop. Mr, E. B. O'Banion, who lives in Green county, and Miss Clara Sullivan, who lived in Taylor county, were married at Cane Valley, Adair county, one day last week. The couple, as we understand, will reside in Green county. Mr. Lincoln Denton, who is -- I am prepared to do all kinds of buggy work, painting, etc., a specialty. Horse shoeing 60 cents. Spring and road wagons s. also put in condition. Work W. H. Eubank. Water street. first-clas- engaged in the stave business, this place, lost his aged mother, who died at his home, in Somerset last week. Mr. Denton was at home during her last illness. She was a highly respected old lady. - W. O. Next Friday evening will "be regular meeting of Columbia Brvant; a young man the -- Remember that if you will subscribe now you can get the Mr. William Anderson Holla-daAdair county News one year and of Augusta, Kansas, son of the daily Louisville Times until Mr. Anderson Hollady, a native the 30th of November for $2.00. of Adair county, will graduate fi;om the Willian Jewel College, Wilson J, Harmon, charged Liberty, Mo., June 5. with detaining a woman, was given three months in the county Mr. Thomas Dudgeon, who is bastile and fined seventy-fiv-e 88 years old, and who met with a stroke of paralysis one day re- dollars. cently, is in a very critical conThe trials of Mr. O. W. Mcdition, not but little hope of his Allister and Mr. T. I. Smith were recovery. continued until the September One morning last week when term of circuit court. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wilson, U. H Jones who live in the Cane Valley m, E. Jone3 country, awakened they found & their two months old child dead. Veterinary Surgeon Ithad been sick for several weeks. and Dantl&t y, gones Jones " old, died about twenly-oneyear- s Shepherd dog, in the White Oak country last Do not forget decoration day, Lost. A white Thursday from 4 o'clockin the brown spots on his back. In- Tuesday nighL.He had been formation wanted. L. B. Cain. afflicted for four or five years. afternoon to 6 o'clock. Chapter, No. Special attention 9 years experience. Royal Arch Rev. D. H, Howerton read a given to Surgical and Dental wbrlc," " " Masons. vTh"ere will be impor- very interesting paper before, the Office at residence near Graded School V-tant business and all Companions medicaMratermty last Thursday building. 7, 1 5 1 are urged to attend. night. a Ji PHONE NO. 7. ,K x J ) THE ADAIR SOUNTY NEWS - "STGGERING TO A FALL." wheel in favor of the real rule My Hovious. W. H. Perkins has been on the In a statement given out at Louisville United States Senator-eleOUie James declares he has triumphed over the Democratic machine of Kentucky and that Sant aggrethe gation "is staggering to a fall." Senator James's statement takes Governor McCreary to task for asserting in his open letter to Democrats, a few days ago, that they might instruct is district conventions for Presidential preference, Senator James says this is inaccurate with reference to the Kentucky situation, as these selections may or may not be approved by the state convention, and the state convention can instruct the delegates, or, if failing to instruct them, can apply the unit rule, and a majority of 26 votes, that is 14, will cast the entire 26 votes in the nationct Haly-Mayo-V- an of the rank and file of cracy that blow would be turned. In the words of William J. Bryan I say: "Instruct your delegates from the precinct up and they cannot then misrepresent you at the state or national convention without putting dishonor upon Demo- sick list the past week. W. P. Hovious who has been sick for quite awhile is not much better at this writing. Mrs. Eva Chelf and daughter, Essie, of Casey Creek, were here Monday. Mr. Bud Contz, wife and Miss Eller Dudgeon, were at J. C. Poor appetite is sure sign of impaired Humphress' from Saturday until digestion. A few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wil Monday. strengthen your digestion and improve Bro. Jas. S. Hovious filled his your appetite. Thousands have been benefited by taking these Tablets. regular appointment at this place Sold by Paull Drug Co. the second Sunday. survivor of eighty years of hon- 77Kls7K7is7K7R7is7K7Kf est toil, with its trials and risks and vexations, its triumphs and its defeats; survivor of the wreck of home and fortune, who turns a cheerful face toward a foot journey of hundreds of X miles . without a dollar in his pocket and with a burden of more than a century upon his do & shoulders, should serve as an inspiration to young men who have their way to make in the world. Frankfort News. 7TC K)ls7iK7ii7is X During Year 1912 X X X Vester. On last Sunday night May the We not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List as - knew her, and if she had an enemy no one knew of it. And .He urges that the Democratic at the age of 18, she had survoters shall acquaint themselves rendered her life to God, and thoroughly with the situation and while livine the life of a Private not be deceived by political trickchristian she could realize that ery designed to put a few scatterLoad was with her illness. Sunday school at Christies the ed "uninstructed votes in the time, came home sick of what She would call on tke Lord, say- vest pockets of memberf of the the Physicians pronounced an chapel is progressing nicely. fing Lord abide with me and all. millionaires' club." He quotes abcess on the liver, and died Mr. Golden Holt and wife Sunday before she died she sang William Jennings Bryan and within ten days. To the sorely were guests at the home of B.V. in a clear voice and with confi holds the'Teerless One's opinion- bereaved family I know from an Hovious Sunday. dence Tarry with me Jesus" she "that none but the faithful shall experienced knowledge that the Mr. Sam Bault and family . ... . seemea to oe nappy wniie singbe placed on guard." removal of their dear boy from were at this place last Wednes- ing the beautiful song. She was After declaring the Governor's them will seem almost as a death day. 39 years old. She leaves a husstatement to be incorrect and stroke, and truly when we think band and five children, and a Absher. pointing out that a majority of of the call being made for him host of friends and relatives. delegates may swing the vote of so early in life, just as he was Miss Judelle Robertson, is Her funeral was conducted by the entire state. Mr. James says; blooming into bright young manVan Rev. Johnie Rice, and her re"I observe that all of those hood, his parents having so many visiting her sister, Mrs. Humphress, of Knifley this week. mains were laid to rest in the who are opposing Champ Clark's fond hopes in heaven for him Misses Susie Kate Page and!Bear Wallow cemetery by the candidacy are making the same and in their imagination could Slde of her father, who preceed-- . contention as the Governor, and see the end of his bright future. Ruth Sublet visited their cousins, s, ed her years ae0i Bereaved they are doing it for this reason; Believing it from a natural and a Misses Ella and Sylvia Hum-- : last Wednesday and band and children have the deep- they see defeat ahead of them in selfish standpoint we would say sympathy of the whole es the state convention, but they it seems so hard that he must Thursday. neighborhood. It can be truly! iurm r nTj;naioif i.u.j.o. jcnipojr XWVG VldllCU 11C1 hope to pluck off here and yon- die, and how can we hear it. But said a good woman has gone der a congressional district and dear sister be reconciled for if mother last Wednesday. from us to await the resurrection send it uninstructed so that the we will look away from self and Messrs. D. M. Moore, Eugene! morn. millionairs' club will have a few confidently lean upon the bosom Gresham and a Mr. Herriford, votes in their vest pocket when of the spotless son, avoice will were here a few days ago lookCalifornia Speaks. they see they are unable to get softly whisper it is justice, but ing after cattle and sheep. Of course if the women of the the whole state. trust me and I will give you Misses Bertha and Audra DilUnited States want him we shall "I insist upon an instructed grace and strength sufficient to lingham spent Sunday with the have to take Teddy, of whom it delegation. I call upon every breast the dark waves. Misses Martins. will then be permissible to write Democrat in Kentucky who is Why then should we grieve or OnJMay 15 Mr.. W. A. Humph"first in the hearts of his counthe friend of Speaker Clark in ask for him back in this sinful ress gave a birthday dinner in trywomen." Trie ladies of Calworld, when we know he rest in the race for the Presidency to honor of his son, Mr. Fred's ifornia, whether entitled to speak and to it that true and tried Clark that clime, sweet Eternal twenty-fir- st se birthday. About for tho3e of forty-seve- n buxom put on the delegation. here we are by toil each day be noon the neighbors and friends en are sisters or no, certainly look kind present, and doubtless if it was great miuuriaiiue mat we began to arrive and . forty-seve- n ui ly on the possible that his noble spirit e real friends of Champ partook of the bountiful meals. could come again and speak to California's primary has 'k in the state convention, The table was loaded with every you; and mother eccentricities all its own. Its Dear jse those who would cast thing good to eat. Mr. Humph- preference weep for me I had is expressed by a perfunctory vote of the father don't ress received many nice and plurality, all the delegates being crossing over and nty for instructions for him no fear while among them was a ; t ?.l? tii required to be elected by the might be able to destroy his i ii De waning at me crossing beautiful gold watch which his State at large. That provision, chances for success in the state for you when the Savior shall father gave him. if it had obtained in Massachus- by votes upon preliminary ques- have said to you as he did to me t But Mill Unbowed etts, would have given Mr, Taf t come higher my child thy work tions. the whole delegation, thirty-si- x on earth is finished. Of course, I am glad that When we speak of his arrival a St. Louis report tells of a in all. Governor McCreary is for Speak--, Mr. Roosevelt, whether his at noble young manhood its only German-America- n who is, at the er Clark. I regret that he did a slight representation of his ripe age of 101 years, walking vote be large or small, has only not in his last article insist that youthful traits for purity, nobil-- 1 from Hickman to Chicago, "dead to gain a bare purality to secure the delegates should be instruct- ity votes, and these and obedience were so charac-- 1 broke. " His two sons and four the twenty-si-x people are for Champ ed. If the The diteristic from his earliest child-- ! daughters were drowned in the he undoubtedly has. Clark why not instruct the delehood. Be consoled loved ones art; Galveston flood. He raked to- - version of the Wisconsin man has gates to carry out their will. I home and let the grace of God gether the remains of his prop not sufficed to save the Presi-- do not agree with the Governor and the gentle hand of time and erty and started raising poultry dent's bacon, neither are his that it disturbs harmony in the friends heal the wound so rough-l- y at Hickman. The flood drowned services in connection with the 'Democratic party to allow the Aunt Laura. made. all of his chickens and left him Panama show to be rewarded. vpeople to instruct their delegates. A city can be just as ungrateful penniless. Escapes An Awful Pate. mach''The There s a bit of verse some as a republic, and San Francisco ,, , is staggering to a fall. I know ine where, by some one whose name turns hlhl down- hard it is to fight a machine. the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox, of Jo-- 1 how liet, ill, for her wonderful deliverance we don't at present recall, about In Caliornia, as in Nebraska I know how unequal is the battle. from an awful. Typhoid U man who "under the bludgeon - and Oregon, La Follette seems I know the had left me with a 1 have made it. 1 had such ingS of fate" thanked the God to be powerless to hamper the f work, the trouble, the sleepless she writes Sometimes thought I would who made him. that his "head, progress of the burly gentleman awful coughing spells I ".nights it causes. I triumphed die. I could get no help from doctor's treatment or other medicines till I used though bloody, was Still unbow- - who threw him down and; as to lover the machine. Dr. King's New Discovery. But I owe ed. " the President, he is too galant my life to this wonderful remedy for I X $5The people did it for me, The venerable- - German, sur- - to fight aganist the ladies, who, scarcely cough at all now." Quick and hey gave strength to my arms safe it's the most reliable of all throat vivor of the Mexican war, sur- - when they .speak, speak with and force to my blows, and I and lung medicines. .Every Dottle vivor of the Galveston flood, shrill unan im ity. Lo uisv ille ihen resolved that wherever I guaranteed. 50c and $1.00 Trial bot- Is survivor of the Hickman flood, times. . . could .strike a blow or turn a tle free atPaul drug Co. al convention. - Mrs. Frona Shively Campbells- ville is now visiting her parents On Friday morning May the 3, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Christie. 912, just at the dawning of anoLittle Miss Nettie Cave of Wilther day, the grim monster of son creek, is now the guest of death inspite the efforts made by her aunt Miss Rebecca Hovious. lovingt.ender hands prompted by S. L. Fisher of Holmes, was aching hearts and distressed here Tuesday. minds to pervent, entered the Mrs. Rosaline Humphress, of home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Patterson and broke the first link in Cane Valley, spent several days B. V. Hovithe family chain by claiming for with her sister, Mrs. its victim their 18 year old son, ous who has been sick for duite glad to say is Will Tom. He had been attend- awhile but we are ing school at Columbia, for some now some better. A Loved One Gone. 5th, 1912, the death angle visited the home of Mr. M. W. Smiley, and claimed for its victim his loving wife. She had been sick for about four months, she bore her suffering well. Her death was due to consumption. Mrs. Smiley was loved by all who x x - 1 x X X X X 7K $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly as as as as x as as as as as ae 7K Courier Journal One Year X & V as as I 1 I J Louisville Times and News as as as as as as $4.50 as as as asasasasasasasasasasasas asasasasasasasasasasasasasas hus-phres- j ! j w' P Verything In The Drug Line L, At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A T , ; Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Per Box 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- , nt. iiiiimnA " " Singley Laxative Tablets Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets "'" Nyals A. D. S. ' " Rexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion Nyals Cod Liver Oil " "v Wine Rexal Emulsion nvnfiTTA WvAvA 4 Bottle 00 A. D. S. Vinol " ' use-presen- ts j--i t 100 89c 50c 83c 83c 1.00 Write us for Quotations CITY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth & Jefferson KY LOUISVILLE, i j j j j U. G. BARDHICS, Pro. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R.H. DIETZMAN.'Sec ! W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATES) 18S9 . j IVIIIiliWIGHTS 1301 DEALERS IN f mflCHlHlSTS ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. Haly-MayoVanz- ant GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TtilRTeeNTfi-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE i i 1 irSh" SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work i J j I j -- JOBBING WORK SOLICITED. -- AH Kinds iSI5HijSi6fc52 of Machinery Repalred- - ' . ,. . 'i s 'i' I l- - .,1 JS-- , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Resolutions. The following resolutions were offered by Squires W. A. Coffey at a meeting held in Stanford a few days ago. They were unanimously adapted. Whereas, Civil Government is a divine institution, ordained of God for the happiness and well being of men, and whereas civil officers are called in the Bible "God's ministers, to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil" we conclude that those who seek these positions should be clean, capable and honest, free from immorality, and their characters worthy of the high places to which they aspire. Since civil Maple Hill. officers are God's ministers, the courthouse and the capitol beMost of the farmers are done come as sacred as the church and to put corrupt and conscienceless planting corn and some have men into office is to profane these plowed it over the first time. Mr. Roger Page, wife and places and thereby 'give offense to the Mighty Ruler of the uni- - children havejreturned home af- verse, and to bring upon our- tera few days visit to Mrs. selves his just and righteous Page's motherMTaylor. Co. Mr. J. W. Sublett was in this judgment. Therefore, we the people of neighborhood Ton business last Lincoln county of all political Wednesday. parties and religious beliefs, in Mr. IvanjSBennett and wife mass meeting assembled recog- visited Mr. Clay Bennett and nizing our responsibility to God wife lastlSunday night. and our fellow men, for the Mr. W. A. Smith and Allen proper exercise of the elective Bennett were in Greensburg on franchise, and realizing the business last Tuesday. great danger to our free institu- -' Mrs Lora Bennett and Ida tions by electing bad men to!Smythe visited Mrs rances ; j j I these resolutions, and that'the Secretary of this meeting be instructed to furnish them copies of the same. 4. That it is the prerogative of the people to say what shall be enacted into law, and that their representatives in the law making bodies of the land are in honor bound to regard their wishes in legislation. It is therefore our duty to demand of candidates what their views are up- on great questions that are agi-- ' tating the country, that we may know whether or not they will represent us when they take their seats in the councils of the state or nation. mg, cemetery at San Diego. She is Water now above the knee. not dead but sleepeth. May the Father in heaven comfort the To its fate so soon was hurried, loved ones as they await the call Ere the hour hand reaches to join her in the land of eternal three, Mrs. T. P. Corbin. rest. This great ship was gently buried, In a calm and peaceful eas. CAUSE AND REMEDY. Bertha Sharum. Uncertainty of the immediate future is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade to enter prise and business prosperity, and this blockade is now quite apparent throughout the channels of trade. The Presidential Election; the efforts of Congress with no fixed purpose; Organized Labor as a new factor in politics; together with other matters of greater or less import, represent at this time a chaotic conflict of separate inter- ests, to harmonize whicn is now tne prooiem Deiore me country. All want Prosoeritv. Peace and Plenty. Read with care the On cinnati Enquirer, a journal that prints all the news each day from ever)' commercial center through- A barometer of out the world. causes and effects that points out, as a Beacon Light, the danger and the safeguard therefrom. As well known, the Daily Enquirer is the largest in size and highest priced paper in the United States, yet cheapest, measured by quality and quantity. The Weekly Enquirer, with the SST-S4 aim never sqld,or rarely sold. Their Fire in Huston, Tex., destroy increase have been enormous ed $700,000 worth of property in and they have never had t0 the business section of the city. ' Iook at ticker to see whether Rev. Clarence V. T. Richeson they were rich Theirs has been was executed at an early hour,a good deal more comfortable way of makin money than thafc Monday at Boston for his ' ul urn piungers. .ana ic required crime. no more intelligence. Russell Creek. Because Ty. Cobb has been eari escate cnat is a gooa . suspended the other players of. readH'y rec of cabbage slips intheithe Detroit baseball club have!cha!e" is prftty ogmzaDie. witn the exception refused to play. part. Craven Crews, a Metcalfe of investors, who try their luck Farmers are very busy trying . .. i l n 11J j. - in boom towns or under SOITie 10 nnisn planting corn, wab caueu corns1 . """ fo gardens nnnnfiT door and shot to death by an un- 1Bei,MOIUU are looking fine the cut worms .those who buy real estate and known assasin. are very busy. j Genera! News, 'A efflfO """- - olmoiin Vtn.iI.J- auifoja UUUgUL .! iui, 1 i T TOn. ' j j i j j Bro. John Rice will preach at Hutchison school house the first , Sunday m June at eleven o'clock. Hope there will be a large crowd out to hear this good old man preach. Every body bring their song books. ' i j i Mrs- - Champ Clark was holf? On fr if. mulro a otinoiontiol toast-- 1 master at a Dollv Marlisnn hrpnK fast given 500 ladies in Washing- ton City " fit S is true in Frankf ' liberties we view with alarm the increasing number of votes who are willing to barter their We therefore defranchise. mand of every candidate who asks our suffrage that he refrain absolutely from the use of money or intoxicating drinks in his effort to obtain a nomination or to be elected to any office. 2 That the road to preferment should be open to all worthy aspirants and since, under present conditions it is well nigh impossible for a man to be elected to office without smirching his character and forfeiting his honor, we are determined to use our best efforts to reverse conditions, and make it impossible for unworthy men to gain these coveted places. In so doing, we will inspire our young men to adopt high ideals and build characters, in order that they may enjoy the confidence and receive the support of their fellow citizens. 3 That our laws against the sale of intoxicating liquors are a boon of untold value in protecting our people from the temptaWe therefore tion to drink. solemnly pledge ourselves to support no man for any office who is not in sympathy with laws, and whose record does not furnish a sufficient guarantee of the sincerity of his professions, and of his pledge to do all in his power to have them enforced against any and all violators of sermons, general The ewes that are sucking information, etc., with the exclusion lambs should be fed very liberalof all matters of scandal and immorality, is today the Cleanest ly. Weekly Family Journal obtainable. The young lambs will grow Each issue is alone worth the price office- 'Stapp last week. rapidly, so give him a chance. of a year's subscription. Resolve. Since the uncorrupt-e- d Solicitors for subscriptions make There is profit in it. Mr. W. L. Smith and wife, of palladium of our Louisville, are visiting Mr. Smith a handsome profit and increase the ballot is the The sheep quarters, at lambgood influence of The Enquirer in ies, non-sectari- an market reports, methods and results from Government and State Experiment Stations, veterinary matters, People's Forum, choice literature, short and continued stor- SElf 2fS ! The court has ordered the bridge funds to be paid in, let every body that helped on the bridge be ready when the collector comes around and have the money. They say our bridge will be coraPletl to August. The Stock Yard. I strawberries. as m other Places- - And Jt is true in Franklin county. Find Over two hundred people haveln, what any good building site been shipped into Warren county in .brankfort is worth today and ., . from adjoining states to pick wha, ., . .. ! ! i I ! i ! m Jtsaptist minister, was killed in a the habit" of buying real estate street duel with his cousin, Carey and not selling leads pretty Bennett, at Millwood, Ga., surely to wealth. Frankfort In his address at Delaware. News. Ohio, last night, Gov. Harmon urged his listeners to cast their; There never was a time when peopl I Clifford Rennpfr , n wpalfVivi , ., e nana, in me county, - m to get . . ! amounting to $81,000 were strick- - and voluntary testimonials from person en out ot the omnibus bill in the , wno nave Deen cured Dy ,c- - " yu or your children are troubled with a cough Senate. or cold give it a trial and become acBy a compromise the widow of quainted with its good qualities. For ale by Paull Drug Co. John C. Latham will pay to the Humble. Episcopal church at Hopkinsville a bequest of 35,000. The health of this community Five Indian students, all under is very good at present. 15 year3 of age, were burned to Farmers are very busy predeath last week in the dormitory paring the ground and planting of the Creek and Seminole Colcorn. lege, at Boley, Okla. Messrs. Wilson and Elanagan George W. Perkins, New York are grinding away on their gasofinancier, has asked in a state line mill, and are making good ment that all the correspondence meal. relating to the International Har- Mr. Ira D. Foley, of FonthilT, vester Company be published. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eighty armed men including G. K. Foley, last Sunday. ministers are protecting the Lit Mr. James Robertson has retle Rock jail from a mob which home from an extendid has been formed to lynch a man turned trip to Jamestown. who killed a baby in its mother's Mr. J. O. Holt, of Esto, was arms. here on business one day last In a passenger train wreck week. near Middelsboro last week two Mr. Clarence Shepherd, of people were injured fatally and Fonthill. was visiting relatives several were slightly hurt. here last Sunday. i i the real merits of Chambervote tor their own Governor. lain's Cough Remedy more than now. All of the Kentucky war claims This is shown by the increase in sales appreciated j ! t these laws. 5. That the compulsory primary election law, recently enacted, gives to the voters of Kentucky, an opportunity they have never before enjoyed of nominating good men for office; we therefore urge every man to aving in mind go to the polls, the highest good of his country, and cast his vote for that candidate who is best fitted for the office. 6. That every newspaper in this judicial and congressional district be requested to publish parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter: the uplift of morality and industry, ing time especially should be and for the betterment and welfare Smith this week. of the community. For terms write kept well bedded and very clean. Misses Ida Smythe and Ethel to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. Good pasture is invaluable in and Siller Karnes visited Misses growing successfully. Mollie and Mattie Bennett last Fate of the Titanic, Milk is the hog's natural food. Sunday. Give him all of it you can scare Mr. June Karnes, wife and up every day. On the bosom of the Atlantic, children visited Mr. Jim Garnett Consumers are demanding pork Speeds a vessel in her pride; and family last Sunday. with more lean meat, The feed'Tis the fearless great "Titanic," The people in this community er and breeder should cater to Caring not for ocean's ride. were made to feel sad last Sunthese requirements. On she sails with many travelday upon learning of the The feeder should try to keep ers, death of' Mrs. Will Penick, pig steadily increasing in Fearing not the nearby tomb; the daughter of who was a grand weight from one-nato one None had dreamed her fate so Mrs, Mary Corbin. About four pound each day on an average hopeless, years ago she and husband went Cleanliness is next to godliness None had whisnered of her to California for her health, but and ahead of it with the milk j doom. she grew worse until the end inspector. In the silent midnight hour, came. She leaves one child. A co to appreciates punctuality When the stars were shinning Mrs. Anna Hatcher is now a in milking, as much as a man The Northern and Southern bright drummer for McLain & Co. SellRev. Mose R. Foley attended ' PinoKwfciion nnnQrol AcoamKlmc does in meals. X1UOUJ b.llUlt VJUUlUl XXk?W4.1.1ILrilfc? Suddenly she lost her power, ing all sorts of silverware, Be sure there are no lice on will both meet at Atlanta next the burial of Mr. Frank Wade Soon to sink from human sight. kitchen sets, rings, shirt waist last Sunday. the young stock when they are year at the same time. sets and cuff buttons. We wish "Save, Oh save," that wireless turned to pasture. By a vote of 323 to 64 the anTwo persons were drowned message, her success. There is money in dairying in thracite mine workers accepted and forty or more injured at As it floats out o'er the sea; Mr. Ollie Corbin, wife and baspite ot a prevalent notion to the the tentative agreement made Seattle last week when a temby visited at Mr. Bud Tripletts Hark! a call O, come and save contrary, but it needs a combi- - with the mine operation and will porary gang plank dropped, pre- us, last Saturday night and Sunday. cipitating sixty passengers into Who, oh, who! then could it be. 'nation of good cows and good resume work. management to get it out. Gone to Rest It is claimed as certain at tne water as they were attempt- Could it be that great Titanic, "No foot no horse. " It wont Frankfort that Gen. Henry Law- ng to board a steamer. Whom the nations now adore; In San Diego Cal., May 4th, Should make her grave in the take long for an ignorant shoer rence, Judge Frank Bullock and The Presbyterian General to ruin the best foot. Morgan Chinn will be the three Atlantic, the death angel visited the home in session at Louisville Out so far from homeland shore A colt appreciates the com- - Prison Commissioners appointed haPtaken strong ground against of Mr. Will Penick and claimed for its'victim his devoted wife, "Save! oh, save! again they hear panionship of man, and he should by Gov. McCreary. all worldly amusements on Sunhave it especially during the first Cora Lee Penick. it, day and will ask Congress to prohibit all such in Washington She had been in poor health 'Tis a sad and mournful plea; year of his life.-far- From April Why The Astors Are Rich. City. Journal. Come and save us ere we perish for several years but put her trust in her Savior and lived a In a deep and icy sea. Lame back is usually caused- W The President's approval of A wr;ter for the New York rheumatism of the mucle3 of the bacic; true christian until the end came. Third class passengers on this the bill for rebuilding the levees American shows that the real for which you will find nothing better She was born and raised near steamer, was right, and it is to be "follow- - estate assessments of the Astor than Chamberlain's Liniment. For Cane Valley, Ky., and left here All now fare as millionaires sale bo Paull Drug Co. .. . years ago and went to Cal- Rank and station now so meager j ed by a bill increasing the amount. estate in New York have grown six Also right! The relief fund for $44,593,050 in twenty years. ifornia where she was married All alike must say their prayer. -' - DR. J. N. MURRELL to Mr. Will Penick. She leaves Wives and husbands part forever Titanic survivors exceeds $1,000 Vincent Astor inherits 126 parV 000 from private generosity. ' eels of land, which were taxed a little son, one her husband, As the life boats rush away; 3 though the Titanic disas-- 1 at $,204,450 in 1892 and are now DENTIST sister and brother and a host of 'Till beyond deaths rolling river, Great ter was, the disasters in the taxed at $53,787,500. It is other relatives and many friends They shall meet in endless daj . districts are immeasura- - mated that Vincent Astor will Office over rtHFieiS Jhon-- 10 as she was loved by all who Sweet and solmn oh, so solemn; bly greater and congress should get to be worth a quarter of a knew her. J. !N". Paccs UKH. billion dollars by the time he is Seems I almost hear the sound not hesitate. She prayed before she died middle-ageOf the band so firmly playing, DRUG STORE that all would meet her in heavBy a vote of 446 to369thei All so near eternal land. . The original Astor bought land en. Oh! What a sweet but sad Methodist (,onferennf. in spssinn hen the City was: thought to know that a loved Now the band has ceased its at Minneapolis decided to leave in NeW " FOXES WANTED playing, one so pure and good has gone unchanged the church rules between Canal street and the; Red and Gray Faxes $2.50 to JL0O: Minks $3100 Coons $1.25, and Express. Send name of yw to the realm of glory. Nearer still. O God, to three; which prohibit dancing, card Baotery. Canal stree is now, express olice in first letter. W.T.HODCEN. She was laid to rest in the p0r the waves on deck are rush- - playing and kindred amusement, of course, way down town. The PjK 232; CararibeBernie. Ky j if j . j i As-isemb- iy j m -- j - j I . " i ; I esti-flood- ed e j t d. .1 ! ' -- 4 THE ADAIR GOUKTY THE ADAIR HEWS " OUNTY NLWS r' . V Democratic Convention; Dem- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmtmmm Published Every Wednesday ,. - - BY THE Pursuant to a call the ' ocrats of Adair county met in Saturday af ter-- j Adair County News Company. the court-hous- e afternoon at 1 :30 o'clock for the ( Incorporated.) puf pose of selecting delegates to which convention EDITOR. the State CKAS. S. HARRIS meets in Louisville Wednesday, purpose Of Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- - the 29th inst, for the erestof the City of Columbia and the people electing delegates to the nation . AUOl IUU ttUJOLtUK VUUUbll j al convention wmcn meets in Md., June 25th. e 3 Baltimore, as Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. After the object of the meeting had been stated by J. W. WED. 29. 1912 Flowers, County Chairman, Hon. MAYV ... ... .... . . . J. F. Montgomery was elected permanentiChairman and Walker Democratic Ticket. Bryant permament Sec. On motion, the Chair appointed the following committee on resoluFor President tions: James Garnett, Rollin OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, Hurt, W. B. Rowe, N. M. Tutt of Alabama. and T. P. Dunbar. The Committee retired, and in Announcements a short time reported the follow- ling preamnie ana resolutions, For Congress which were unanimously adopted: "We are authorized to announce Jack We, the Democrats of Adair Chinn a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of County, in convention assembled the Democratic Primary to be held Au- at the court house in Columbia, ( I Look Your Binders and Mowers Over Report to us REPAIRS Needed at once and Save EXPRESS We are ready to Furnish you Deering Bind i Post-offlc- sec-o- .i . 7 r ers, Mowers, Rakes, and Twine. Prices Right. gust, 3rd. Ky on May 25th 1912, do reaffirm our allegiance to and be Sullivan. lief in those principles of Demo cracy proclaimed by Thomas JefWe are authorized to announce J. A. destiSullivan, ofjMadison county, a candi- ferson which guided the The Jeffries Hardware Store date for Congress in this the Eighth nies of the United States during said committees persons'" holding We raise most all kinds of vegeDistrict, subject to the action of the century of its ex- office, which in our opinion will tables and fruits such as peaches, half Democraticlprimary toSbe held August the first 3, 1912.' fN istence, during which time the prevent the creation of av politi- apples, pears, appricots and ber people enjoyed the greatest pros- cal machine in the Democratic ries, and have a good prospect of Once Champ Clark. Democratic can- perity and the nation grew and party in Kentucky. the present crop Around the Clock T. P. Dunbar didate for President swept the expanded as no other nation has PAI1T time to dry. Floors Gives Farmer diversify their crops. painted at night can be used nest morning; vhen Rollin Hurt and Kentucky's twenty- - done. We are indebted to the State, ordinary paint is applied the room cannot be used We now raise cotton, corn, for several days. 1'or kitchen floors, baseboards anyM. Tutt N. six votes will be cast for him at Democratic members of the paint is needed, f where that a rapid dryer and kafir wheat, oats, the best, most durable paint in the world to use is W. R. Rowe James present Congress, led by the Baltimore convention. corn, milet, sorghum, alfalfa and James Garnett claims that he will win for tem- unerring hand of the Hon. peas. The people have improvporary Chairman of the State Champ Clark of Kentucky, for ed their farms, built good houses Fletcher, ORla. convention. Gov, McCrearv's the encouraging signs of victory ' and barns, own less land and friends claim that he is an easy at the comingNovember election, Editor News: farm it better, only those who winner, Stephenson is very hope- therefore be it resolved: It produces an clastic fin'&h; v Ill no 'c "acky" or crack. I am going to ask the editor have lived here for some time a rroo'n, mi norm surface, Spreads freely and ful that he will win the Chair1. That we endorse the actions for space in his paper from a can appreciate and realize in the making a perfect sanitarj eo- r.n.--j at nr.al coat. .Macie i jr coior card. in six popular colors. manship of the State Central of the Democratic members of developement of the country in Mannf tuixtl by Kentuckian. Committee, and Vanzant is con- the special session of Congress as CO., INC.. I am a constant reader of the the last few years. The people il . o nnnno fident that he will be selected. tttm r r men oluuiio niivmnr mo -Mpwfi LOUISVILLE. H VPrv vvcii ao WflfiK tlTldS me are industrious, prosperous,, conuuiuife unc KY. "feg present sessicn of Coneress' in' looking forward to Saturday, the tented, happy and religious, and Every indication points to a the actl0ns of tn,v tW t the national cIudin Clark as Speaker the Hon-- . day the mail brings us the News. and still there are better days a- Champ and the 1 most always find letters writ-- 1 head Chicago Convention. Mr.Roose- FOR SALE BY LaL VCJ iXC""' ""c ,ten by my Iriends and acquaint- - There is some timber along velt claims that he will be nomi- 1 r TT TV" il ivent-- ; ances wh;ch i do heartily enjoy the small streams, few springs nated on the first ballot. Presi- irom tne uignt District oi ucky. reading. and water fairly good. I think dent Taf t makes the same claim 2 We endorse the action of the Bro Wiiams j have just read this a very healthful climate. for himself. To us it looks like present Democratic oiaie your good letter in the News, We live twenty miles North-eas- t tfye candidate who secures the which has labored organization of the convention faithfully and honestly to carry and could almost hear you talk- of Law ton Law ton is quite a ing delivering a city, has built fast within the at Chicago will bethe winner. out every pledge made in the as you used to do at Creelsboro. last seven years. Ft Sill, four ler Edith, were in Columbia last on which they were con-- ! Platform The Republican national I wonder what has become of miles North of Lawton is a beau- week. plpnfpfl vention will convene at Chicago correspondent from that tiful place decorated with lovely 3. We appoint J. F. Mont-(0u- r Mr. G. R. Williams sold a nice Tuesday, June 18. One week, I place. lI enjoy reading letters evergreens and the most beautiT?un mn heifer to Mr. H. H. Collins, of I If later, June 25th. the Democrats nllM c w from there, for it was once my ful and fragrant flowers of all Campbellsville last week w w w;io will assemble at Baltimore. The, Cumberland, kinds. The fort is almost com- CollieMurrell) hew old horae on the i Mr. Tom Knifley sold his farm . , , instructed vote between lafti and vears have pleted. There are lot of Indians T .Davs. months -' layior, ur. narian timpson, in. to Mr. Ray Williams for $4,200. and Roosevelt is close. Champ SHded by in luick succession near the Fort. Many of them still T. Mercer, Leslie Rosenbaum, N Nr. Joe Tucker sold 00 acres Clark has a good lead over the my old dress in their same old manner M. Tutt, Thelbert Walker, T. P. since I parted from of his farm to Mr. Watson price foremost of his opponents. Stephen Goode, W. B. friends there. Many of those and style. Dunbar, unknown. who were only school boys and Elgin is our closest railroad The Democratic State Conven- Rowe, Gus Dunbar. J. D. Lowe, The Sunday school at this Sirls have Srown t0 become fa' station, ten miles west, Fletcher tion will meet in Louisville to- Rollin Hurt, Fount Pendleton, mous men and women' bome eleven miles north, both small place is progressing nicely. day. The main fight will be Gordon Montgomey, Austin Wil- have been taken by the silent towns .on the Frisco R. R. Our Miss Anna Campbell visited upon the organization. The dele- more, L.C. Winfrey, Olin Rosen-- 1 Miss Fannie Williams Monday! Is easTest to operate, easiest gates to the Baltimore conven- - baum, Dr. W. F. Cartwnght, iIcaPB1 aim tlusscu lu tllc Sieau closest trading post is Sterling a night. beyond. Some have wandered small village two miles west to clean and requires, less tion will evidently be instnf&'ed Rufus Pulliam, H. L. James, H. salt and ice than any other home, and some have with about two hundred and fif-t- v Wilson's Store. for Hon Chamn Clark for fchelN. Miller. M. Cravens H. A. far from freezer. There are no inhabitants of which are all Walker, J. W. Flowers, Silas lsailed out uPn that most en' Presidency. , cracks or comers cf any . i My good moral. people, nave a spien- Mjss jtfyrtie Combest spent a iDenney.A. H. Ballard, Leslie chanting kind in the can proper. Massachusetts, by the action mlinwiori Tonttxa ,nnmtxi wish is that each and everyone did school, five churches, four fevv days iast week wjtri her! t? This cui is extra heavy . . . luH"""i "Bluci5 ut""1""" t of its Senate, is the first State in Johnson, George Blair, C. S. as they Jurney throu goods and grocery stores, brother, W. C. Combest, llte dry and heavily tinned. at' :.u the Union to ratify the Harris, J. L. Walker, W I In- - 'j j i.u: pawtway ancvvii wtm two hardware and furniture de- - Russen Springs. line in You don't pay the ice man for tueir fVQ rrrof KoQiifitnl fl f or a v c partments, two drug stores, one extra ice every time you use the Conamendment to the Federal Rey Edward Aarons and wife gram, J. R. Gannett, J. B. CofJersey. Just so much ice and stitution calling for direct elec- fey, R. L. Davis, W. F. Neat, J. and when old father time has meat market, two blacksmith Qf Denmark Russell counyf vis. salt is required to freeze a gallon tion, by the people, for United C. Bryant, R. L. Campbell, and come, may they look back down shops and a number one cotton of cream. Mere than this is ited Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Hurt waste. The Jersey provides just States Senators. the years and find that the gin. , all other good Democrats of Saturday and Sunday. last enough room for the ice and salt, greatest happiness of a life is I fear I am taking up too much no more. You wiU save several .Mr. Roosevelt and Governor Adair County as delegates to the Eld. Luther Young attended cents on ice and salt every time spent. It has been almost space, will close for the present. Harmon carried Ohio last Tue- State Convention to be held in well you use the Jersey. the district convention at Monti-- ! A Friend eight years since I came toOkla sday. The only consolaton the Louisville on May 29th,1912, and cello last Friday and Saturday. Reed Hardware Co. homa. This is a beautiful cpun Sallie Barnes Bradley. iflt0, mr; 1111 c:i.l niA President has in considering he m Ai.an- rtn.111 iir:ir:' r vm.r W.O.' Bryant died after a own State, is that he 'to instruct the delegates, to the try, fine farming, grazing, and lost his i long illness, last Tuesday, at the tives and friends. Funeral was Edith. Roose- National Convention to vote fori tne finest tor nay i ever saw, carried New York, Mr. home of his grandparents, Mr. held by Rev. P. M. Bryant a ar(und-dent- , the Hon. Champ Clark'for Presi- -' cttle can Sraze the yea? velt's State, over him. and Mrs. A. G. Bailey. About a large, crowd of friends being There are very few sheep Farmers are very 'busy 'plant- . year ago he went to.,Louisville present. we further instruct and -. The Republican primary is;t "to vote for such,rajsea, and always a good prie'e, ing conn m New Jersey. said delegates going on y and had an operation believing party'' lawsas wiircause thejseems as though the farmers Misses 'Mary Jones, Cora- Cor- - it would be beneficial but he Now is the time to have your Rubber President Taft, Col. Roosevelt tires ut on. I have fresh rubber take more' interest in neal and Mr.; John Corneal were gradually grew wor3e util the made thisy ear, prices lower than ever arid Mr. Lafollette have been members of the several Mfipeaking in the State for several mittees to be elected by the-- t them instead'of all to cattle and in Columbia last week; end came. He leaves one sister and am prepared to paint Buggies, also call and get prices and see my work. days. people and as will preclude from hogs. Mrs. W. O. Pelley and daught-- and brother and a host of rela-S. P. Eubank. ; ADAMANT FLOOR ; I milo-maiz- e, water-prooJ j , pre-.-n- 3 - A- -. . PEASLEE-GAULBER- T I , 1 i T i -- , T-- l" i f I """ t I rus; good-sermo- n, I ! Tn i 1 Jersey Ice Cream Freezer ' 1 1 sea-matri- mony. i ."! I .... 4.1 . j ; ! i ! , - n.i.v-- 4. . J I j -,-- to-da- - com-'Wou- ld -- 24-- 8t I I yry v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS xtt- A "' - ,.-...-- . , ; .:IMMVr' -- SicH' W- - . . . r :". -- 'KOYAL. TTT jf'" " The wiae ones said she's sick abed with no one to relieve her, For Dr. Taf t is almost dead ! , " r -- n I n m BAKIN6P0WDEI Absolutely Ptir To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. - With Presidential fever. Good Doctor Clark did then remark The patient's growjng weaker, Her prospects now are very dark, Unless they call the speaker. Our William'J. was heared to say t j&Di SWtx To Users of McCormack us-kno- BINDERS and MOWERS In order to save express charges, Jet at once what repairs you now need for your Binders and Mowers. I'm always in position To heed a call by night or day, And I'm a fine physician. Then Doctor Ted looked wise and said I've made a diagnosis, For I'm a doctor, born and bred, Well skilled in Hocuspocus. To understand the case in hand When doctors disagree, Should leave it all at my command, For I'm the great M. D. To take the case is no disgrace As all can plainly see, There's none prepared to fill the place Except the Lord and me. Then doctor Taft replied and laughed, Gee Doc we're runin hoses, While I am death on greed and graft, You crucify the Bosses. m w Reed Hardware Company Jhe Label wilt guide you Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime m Phosphates i and his sister, Mrs L. E. Hays, Carlsbad, N. M., arrived last Saturday, en route to the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Grider, Montpelier. Messrs. Jas. Garnett, Dr. W. , F. Dr. J. H. Grady spent last week at Allen Cartwright, C. S. Harris, Gradyyille. Walker. Titus Mercer, W. H. Gill Mr. A. F. Wilson, of Russell Springs, Mont Cravens, W. H. Wilson, are was here Thursday. attending the Stete Democratic conMr. A. R. Foley was here from Rus- vention. sell Springs Saturday. Mr. H. N. Miller accompanied his 5.5O6.50 Miss Sallie Field, spent several days mother, Mrs. Lou Miller, to LouLsville Beef steers Fat heifers and cows 4256.00 of last week in Louisville. last Sunday. Mrs. Miller has been in Cutters 2.503.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker, a critical condition for several months, Canners 2.003.00 and she went to the city to be treated Bulls spent last Sunday at Gradyville. 3.255.00 Feeders 4.255.75 Mr. T. C. Dudgeon, Cane Valley, by a sppcialist. Mrs. J. O. Russell, Mrs. P. D. Xeil-so- Stackers was dangerously ill last week. 35.00-45.Mrs. J. R. Hindman and Miss Kate Choice milch cows Mr. J. S. Stults, Campbellsville, was 15.00-35.Russell, were in Louisville last week, Common to fair cows in Columbia several days last week. two former to attend a mission HOGS Mr. L. P. Bardin, of Greensburg, the meeting of the Methodist church, the was here several days of last week. 7.75 Choice 210 up two latter on a visit. Miss Oritba Dowdy, of Green coun7.65 Mediums, 165 to 210. n Dr. R. H. Perryman, a ty, is visiting Miss Pearl Hindman, 6.50 physician in the eastern portion of this Pigs 7.00 Roughs Miss Elizabeth Turner, of Taylor) county, who has been quite ill for county, is visiting the Misses Hunn. several months, is rapidly improving, SHEEP AND LAMBS Miss Ellen Walker, who was quite as we are informed. His wife, who 5.00 6.00 ... Best lambs has alsa been very sick is yet in a Culls sick last week, has about recovered. S.O35.00 Mr. John G. Sublett, Cane Valley, critical condition. 3.00-3.Fatsheep Miss Flora Grider daughter of Mr. who has been quite sick, is improving: GRAIN Mr. James C. Helder, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. W. C. Grider, Montpelier, was dangerously ill last week, but is Wheat 105 commercial man, was here a few days better at this writing. Miss Grider Corn. ago. SO foremerly resided in Columbia with her Attorney General Jas. Garnett, left parents, and she ha many friends here Local Market. for Frankfort Via Louisville, Monday among the young people. afternoon. Rev, John N. Crawford, of San Jose, Mr. W alter Tomes, of Casey County, California, who is visiting his brother 14 Eggs. visited in Columbia the latter part of here, Rev. J. Russell Crawford, preach8 1 Hens. ed two interesting sermons at the astweek. Presbyterian church last Sunday foreMiss Lillie Judd, who teaches in noon and evening. Rev. Crawford has 7 Chickens Shelbyville, Tenn., reached home the been a citizen of California for a great Cocks oi many years, and upon the meeting of first of last week. the General Assembly at Louisville, a S Turkeys. Miss Virgina Tupman, who is in the few days ago, was the first time the 6 Geese... millinery business at Dunnville, was at two brothers had met for fifteen years, 9 Ducks. as we have been told. It wns a joyous home last Saturday. 1018 Wool spring clipping meeting and in the days they are speed8 Hides (green) . . . Mr. Barney Rasner, who is employed ing together many happy reflections a week come to mind. Mr. Crawford will start 42 Feathers at Algood, Tenn., is spending on his return trip some time this week. Ginseng 00 or two with his parents. Mr. J. H, Young and wife returned Anderson and J. L 25 Beeswax Messrs. H. G. Johnston, Lebanon, were here the lat- from Texas and Oklahoma last Monday Yellow Root 50 morning. Mr. Elzy Damron, ter part of last week. 2 father-in-lacame back with May Apple (per lb), Mr. J. E. Gowdy, Campbellsville, them. Mr. Yaung reports that Mrs. n stave dealer, was in Col- Annie Frazer and her children are getJamestown Jottings. umbia several days last week. ting along nicely. In a piano contest Mr. G. W. Dillon and his son, Frank, at Brazonia, Texas, where Mrs. Frazer Jamestown Lodge 440, Yeomen are attending the commencement of the residec, her daughter, Miss Mary, won Louisville Training School this week. it by a decisive majority. Mr. Young of America, held an open meetMiss Lula Allen, who has been teach- and wife al3o visited' Mr. Geo. Damon Wed- county, ing at the court-hous- e, a former citizen ef ing in a college at Meredian, Miss., re- ron, resides in Oklahoma. Adair Young Mr. who turned home last Wednesday after- says that Mr. Damron is the father of nesday night, May 15. About noon. nine boys, all hustlers, seven of them 300 people attended, all of whom teaches at married. Mr. Damron is a farmer and Miss Katie Murrell, who is prospering. left with full stomachs and conEarlington. Ky., will teach home totented hearts. The program was morrow afternoon or Thursday afterGet a Lawn Mower Early as follows: noon. t Mrs. R. R. Moss and her little Song by the choir. daughter, Maxine, will leave this week, Prayer Capt. J--. L. Phelps. on a visit to Mrs. Moss? mother, Little Rock, Ark. Song by the choir. j Marie, little daughter of Mr. and Opening Lilburn j Mrs. Walter Ingram, is visiting her Phelps. sister, Mrs. John Sanders, Hatcher, county. Taylor Recitation Herbert Popple E. T. Allen and little daughter, Mr. well. Effie, of near Liberty, visited the famGeneral talk on the benefit, of ily of Mr. J. H. Pelley last Friday and Personal hoped that it will not be long unMontpelier, Ky. til we have another open meeting Before buying pumps call and see my of the Y. 6f A. stock, all kinds, prices low. $12.50, $14.00 and $15.00 Jamestown Council was organS. F. Eubank. ized December the 20th. 1911 with 23 charter members. It has For Sale. steadily increased, and now numPrice The Famous Parry Buggies. bers 37 members. At present WHY NOT MAKE $200, A MONTH --- Tiiafs J. H. Pelley. reasonable. the amount of insurance carried Ky. Columbia, 350.00 a Week, almost $10.00 a Day by members of Jamestown Lodge Belling Victor Safes and tores totals up to the sum of $51,500. to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and MARKETS LOUISVILLE farmers.all of whom realize theneed of a safe, but do not know howeasyltlstoown Elias Dunbar. Otho Wesley, one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of t the best, opportuniAimer Reese, Lawrence Sullivan ties ever receiied. Without previous experience YOU cn duplicate the success of others. Latest Quotations on Live Stock have returned home from Co- Our illustrated catalog will enau.e you to present the p.ihject to customers lumbia, where they have beeni you vrr re piloting tlicin in as our factory. a manner n though CATTLE Men appointed as MrouRii u receive .iuvih am i:t iruciifii.s lor selling sale. iri tin: $7.00gi7.o0 attending the L. W. T. S. Shipping steer eonviiuMiig tulking poi.us whirti lr is for a r to J. T. Jones, Rubber Tires fire-pro- of well-to-d- o 24-- St GOFF BROS. & COFFFY. i clean-cu- money-makin- g liaml-oinel- y Suo-pa- intere-itiiiir- The protracted meeting, which s now in progress here, conducted by Revs. Hutchinson and Tarter, is progressing well. " was m town Tuesday, on business. I I -t to apu. I u jour Mcinity before souk one don't uU be t'.fWe can iaxor only one salesman out of loeai.ty. re.-c- impo-'-tl.l- e tl-- es ' 'i i; - wti-o- i - rthr . L tef l. 'v tWL . . . .X ;!"- I :3F". " ' .TJr" - . iimt .. j;rsSfetl -- -. .v .TKi- .. - eteetir" ;V eouip ivnksrn factory il . woi'il. Wfcx. awoke ;nrn co rreeived Oi..-i: a.-t li'e.y . i..t r. a- - ' ..I- :oi.r rd iy ?' n, 00 "u""c. UUUIBia ?.VV':& -- . i' 00 the 21st, feU SS'LiMSSBMaaSfti ir J.S.s SaoqSSirAiaSSSai.i J.'- -- - : f jor. our but to leam all Tar,:cu!ar, it price of ti.e a postal card. wlllc-"-uyom.n.- f mil u nece"a v lwuU e oi r output. wiimr many tlioun!!.lH ! a: Mc.al "' sr : mr -- d: orpur.j. n--- e en-lar.- M Tv'lfcrj4 irtJL TK&wMBBaiftKit!MnrWEi for Catalogue 16T. jBtMIV yjtrjfayyy well-know- THE VICTOR SAFE & LOCK OHIO CO. -- AV - v Our New Home. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. CINCINNATI, : . 00 i: .M&.JtK f K' ,"tT r jj-t- i.' BferV , , r t . -- r 5- .v .,ir rf vornv 'tJie: 'If n ni' irtnimc ware ti.i" !' ' V.'UD" i lfeWKSs? iSiiif..': CURES and GAPES To-da- y. Hariuoea coud ctiOJcrs juo "thcr ih' ft diseases. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raise snouia seep a Dottle o this medicine on hand Write or. free sample and Booklet on "Diseases ci Fowls.' Address BOURBOK REMEDY C?PV'V. lexinstfon. Ky Sold by PRULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. Obituary. Mr-Youn- w, well-know- address Dicy Coffey was born in Adair county Kentucky June 15th, 1824. Departed this life May 12th,1912, aged 87 years 3.0 months and 27 days. She was united in marriage to Milton Simpson, Dec, 20th, 824, who prece 'ed her to the world beyond June 24th, 1878, aged 65 years 9 months 24 days. To this union nine children were born six boys and three girls, five of whom have preceded her. The living are R. W. Simpson, of Philipsburg, Kan., Mary F. Breeding, of Des Moine la., W. C, Simpson, of Winterset, la., J. M. Simpson, Calede, Mo. She had 28 grand children, and 1 There will be decoration at I visited this christian woman oerore sne was canea away. Bear Wallow the 30th of May. She was aware of the fact that Everybody invited to come and baskets. she would soon cross the river. bring Death had no terror for her, she Mr. Sam L. Burton is quite calmly waiting for the masters cick this week, calling of whom she had been a Mr J 0 Smith and Bob Hoo(j, faithful servant for more than of pelham, were visiting at Mr. fifty years. God bless her child-- 1 Sam L Burtons iast Sunday. ren ana an ner relatives tnat Mrs. Sarah Curry is quite sick live in Kentucky. writing. , at this B. F. Carter. Mr. Clem Burton had a fine St. Charles, la. fattening hog to die last week. Vester. Mrs. Sarah Curry had a nice mare to die last Tuesday, valued Mr. Clem Burton, of this place, at $100. purchased a fine mare and colt irvins More. from parties in Russell, Co, Price $200 ? t. Mr. Alvin Burton's wife is I. Ouriarmersareaoout inreugn planting corn. quite sick. Wheat is not looking so well Wheat and oats are looking in this section on account of rain. fine in this neighborhood. Mr. Dry Jeffries was here last Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shepherd and Mrs. S. J. Dooley and two week and bought a nice bunch of little boys, Montie and Elvin sheep. Thomas- Thorton has a nes? SDent last Sunday at Mr. Frank girl at his house. Shepherds'. well-fille- d ; ! ; ! - 14 great grand children. Saturday. Mr. C. M. Barnett, whose wife has been here several days, arrived last Saturday afternoon, to spend a week n Columbia-Rev- . ' W. F. Hogard, Presiding Elder of the Columbia district, was called to g Marion, Ky.. last week, his father dangerously ill. Miss Ora Moss will leave this morning for Bowling Green to visit Miss Mary Miller, who is attending .the Western State Normal. (be-in- Don't let the grass and weeds , get. the start. Keep the grass down and it is a pleasure to keep your" yard in good condition. Buy yourself a .lawn mower-- ' this season. Buy from us if we have what you want, at the right price. Command see. I 31r. J. B. Grideri Lake wood, N. M., Reed Hardware Co. -- the order C. L. Uihlein. Recitation Loren O. Phelps. Address on the difference between old line insurance and fra ternal insurance R. E. Lloyd, f Song by the choir. thp ahnvA nrno-ra. hnH been- rendered,, a lunch was preserfe. Every served to one was pleased and so express: ed themselves, and it is to be I 1 She was united in marriage to Elzy Blair, Nov., 28th, 1880, who preceded' her to the world beyond Oct., 42th, 1886. She has since lived widow. Thg funeral was held Tuesday Mr. r'ranlc snepnera Dougnt of Mr. Richard Burton a nice young colt. Price $55. He presented it tohis son; Mr. Leslie Shepherd. Mr. Ben H. Burton, who has been in Indiana for about three months, returned home last Sat- Mr. M. T. Wilson was at James- town last Friday and Saturday, taking the examination. Mr. James Rubarts, the traveling man was here one day last week. Miss Viola. i.Gosser and Mr. Luther Roy, of Somerset aref visiting friends here this veel Mr. Zacn Potts and family, who have been in Nebraska two years, returned home last week.". Zach thinks Kentucky is the ? best after all. urday. Mrs. Kate Sutton spent several days with- - her daughter, Mrs. Maude Sandusky, who is quite sick. Mr. Chester Dooley and sister,' Miss Liza, were visiting their sisters near Columbia last week. Mrs. Josie Cotven is some bet-t- er v atPatteson, la., ,at 10:30 connt ducted by the Rev. George Mil- -, ler,. of Des Moines, la.. Inter-memade in the Patterson at this writing, scare isabbut The small-po- x over, there being only two- cases now. All have been very mild and caused but little trouble. - . i Inf -- ( ! .. i f THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Get Rid of The Flies. J. How to be Certain of Curing Constipation ' H non-gripi- LOCUST - GROVE - STOCK - FARM If you have not begun your PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. X had spells when 1 could hardlv breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured Dy warfare against the fly, begin it today. One fly killed now is a Letters recently received from M. E. vast benefit through the whole Prejudice is a hard thing to overcome, stake and the Myers, Morrison, Tenn., and Ada Ham 5ut where health is at reliable people There is no use of opinion of thousands of mersmith, 118 W. Chestnut St, Louisville, season. then differs from yours, prejudice ought be- Ky., are but a few of thousands burdening you with satistics reto comes your menace and you in which Dr. tay it aside. This is said in the inter- showing the esteem is held. It is Caldchronic est of people suffering from of their well's Syrup Pepsin not violent, mild, lating to the multiplication of the gentle, like constipation, and it is worthy salts or cathartics. It cures gradually fly, but it is sufficient to say that attention. In the opinion of legions of reliable and pleasantly so that in time nature American people the most stubborn again does its own work without outconstipation imaginable can be cured side aid. Constipated people owe it to the fly is a breeder of disease, a by a brief use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup themselves to use this grand bowel carrier of contagion, and that Pepsin.. You may not have heard of it before, but do not doubt its merits on Anyone of this a not that account, or because it hassold been remedy wishing to makein trial regular every man who cares for his very the blatantly advertised. It has before buying it successfully on word of mouth recom- way of a druggist at fifty cents or one family ought to protect the famiParents are giving it to dollar a largo bottle (family size) can mendation. sample bottle sent to the home their children today who were given it have a charge by simply addressing Dr. ly and himself from the fly, from and has been truth- free of ly their parents, more itdruggists use it W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St., fully said that personally in their families than any Monticello, 111. Tour name and address disease that the fly carries, from on a postal card will do. other laxative. the cost of sickness and from the loss through death. You will keep manure pit covered after a Cover fashion, we imagine. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al those pits with a canvas coverBoth One Year for $1.50. ing in order to keep the fly away from them. Watch every breed ing place of the fly, and cover it puiuuumtiiuituiuuiuuiitiuuuimuiiiiiiiiimuuuiiaj with earth or lime, or, in case of the pits, with canvas. Teach every member of the family that the fly is an enemy to be destroyed on sight. Keep him out of the house with screens, and then go to work destroying their breeding places. We may say the like about mosquitoes, which carry the ma Green River Merchan- The Ss laria from point to point, and, in times of yellow fever, spread HS dise Distributor, has Keceived a yellow fever. Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - 5 Life is onecontinual warfare against the enemies of life. It ing, Shoes &c. becomes the duty of every one, therefore, to do every thing in his power to kill the flies and the H Which he is offering at Popular prices. mosquitoes, and prevent their EE multiplication. j 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 111. 50c AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. C. D. bird of 1912 at Stock that will make the Season my Barn. RAVEN BIRD Sired by Red Bird 1956, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234. by Gist's Black Hawk. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by Cabell's Lexington 3234 By Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam by Caldwell's Denmark, he bylKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Nat Brown 81. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 6 years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them all in a most attractive manner. You will note from his breeding that he has for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as many show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen! to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent; breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his wor thy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. 1 Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY sfiwBHlJ A- Attnetin " V- - Special to Eyes Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. 1 Woodson great Lewis I ONBURKSVILLE STREET. Joseph CJ H. Stone, w i Attoney-At-La- Will practice in this and adjoining counties. just Jamstown, : Kentucky, !i 4 Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. 1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam Juelle C. 1304 by Jewel Denmark 70, by Washington Denmark 64. 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabell's Lexington. Alexander's Artist is a beautiful red chestnut, five years old, 15f hands high. You will note from the above that there are few if any better Stallions in Kentucky. He is a grand individual and in every way as good as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har ness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle hors-- ; es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to in-- j sure a living colt. Why Not Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers atjprices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and youjwill always know what you bought. 1 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl The Sour Man. - $6.25 4.75 4.25 The sour man is always sour, the milk of human kindness in his heart is curdled; there is no sweetness in the acid principles of his composition, nature has given him a quantum sufficient of lemon juice but he has forgotten the saccharine ingredients; he is s: sour from the rising of the sun s to the going down of the same, sunshine and noonshine, ' S twilight and gaslight. When he E awakes in the morning he grams' bles because it is time to get up; sE his coffee is always too hot or too i i com; nis toast anai nis steaK is either overdone or underdone; he finds nothing satisfactory in the morning papers. When he goes out he invariably grumbles at the weather; if it is a little cool he calls it artic weather; if mild he compares it to the tropics; should it drizzle he declares it rains pitchforks; and a gentle breeze is a hurricane. Etc. ! Read The Marion Marion is a black Jack with white points, 6 years old, 15 hands high, extra good length, heavy bone and fool, good head and ears. He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features of a first-clas- s Jack. He has proven himself very sure and a most excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The above described stock will do service at my barn in Columbia. Courier I I Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ;lin ! Have a Full Stock of 11111 Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, I am prepared to take care of mares sent to me from a distance. Mares pastured at $2.00 per month, or fed at $8.00. In all eases money is due and must be paid, when mares are bred to other stock, traded, parted with or removed from neighborhood. All stock will receive my personal attention, and due care will be taken to prevent accidents and escapes, but will not be responsible should any occur. Editor. We Can Furnish You The Adair County News and the A. S. CHEWNING, Columbia, Kentucky. Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushelmore than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? Weekly Courier-Journ- Satisfaction Guaranteed. -- r A letter from Paris, France, ' describes the passage across one of the most crowded streets of that metropolis of a little girl, five years of age, pushing a doll i j3 I ' Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. al Both One Year Por $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. ! WOODSON LEWIS QREENSBURQ, KY. 5 roiwwHtmmwNNmNNmwwmmmmmmmmfflfflmK w i buggy. Everybody thought the child would be run over, but so excellent is the discipline on the city's streets that motor and horse vehicles alike were stop-peand the little girl got across safely. This is interesting, but the best is. yet to come. The people, we are told, "cheered" d, . This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. name, address and money to Send Write Courier-Journ- al Com-jpan- y, The News, Columbia, Ky. , L' Li The best feed for the crate fatthrough whose inattention traf- - tening of poultry is ground grain , .. a fie had been held ud and life en- - moistened with milkjf milk can i And it came to pass after he , Dusy, wnne ,we 10a arouna our, be secured for the purpose. advertised his goods there doors? And hespake unto them &d Ground corn and shorts or Jbran came unto him a great multitude saying verily, verily, L say unto right view. of it. or all of them made into soft the regions round about you, it is easier for a camel to from all mash with skimmilk or warm pass through the eye.of a needle N ow is the time to get rid of you water are a good feed for fathim. And and did buy from rheumatism. You can do it by when his competitors saw it they than for a "business man to ing Chamberlain's Liniment and apply tening with this method. Young Masmarveled among themselves. flourish without advertising. saging tne parts freely at aach applica- cockerels are perhaps the most tion. For sale byPaull Drug Co. profitable for fattening. Bow be it that this man is so 'Ex. The Adair County News and DaiIytheincidentbut:thepiicetook a more serious view or. tne inci Courier-Journdent and arrested the nurse, Both one year $4.00 al ihkhhhh&e m mmmmmmm " TT S i Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send, your subscription order to this paper I JyJ39 "IIIM1 jB NOT to the Courier Journal. . , .6 I Made A New Man Of Him. "I was suffering from i Bitters 5i CTS. What Tevans Admire T. Alston. Ealeieh. N.C "and my liver andkidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man.--' PRICE AT ALL DRUG STORES. stomach, head and back, writes H. pain in my is hearty, vigorous life, according to Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. i(We find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New Life Pills surely put new life and energy into a person. Wife and I believe they are the beat made." Excellent for stomach, liver or Kidney troubles. 25cts ah Paul Drug Co. W . - V "2 ;M THE ADAIR COUNTS n BAB V BORN AFTER -- ' l Stubborn Case Mi. R. L. Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., Snd they pro- Hounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weak-- 1 ness. I was nbt able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used H about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of CarduL" I MOTHER DIES, LIVES. rades love so well. Louisville friends on their way to a minis- -' Times. ter and the occasion made one ' -- haired and gray-jacket- ed com- but they were intercepted by,' THE 7 wis under the treatment of tw doctors' writes. Quick i K u strawberries spring should be cuitivated often in the northern country, where New York, May 13. Born ten and shallow until the growing he did missionary work. He is a minister of the Christian minutes after the death of its season is about over, 1911 FOR boy is enChurch. His father, the late mother, an Don't let any fruit set much William Williams, of Kentucky, grossing the attention of physiless ripen. This will necessitate BRIGHTER, BETTER,! cians at Fordham Hospital, was an Episcopal clergyman, and your going over your plantation his grandfather was a minister where the Caesarian operation BIGGER THAN EVER five or six times, pinching off the gospel in the Presbyterian was performed by Der Herman of the THE REG11UB PRICE QF fruits stems. If you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any Church. Schorr. Mrs. Rebecca Lipschits, of the troubles so common to women. Let the first runners remain; the mother, dieJ of apoplexy. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed As "Ed" Howe Sees Life. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES The operation, which is ex- it's the last ones that should be of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the tremely rare, occupied only a destroyed not the first. womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up The hill system is all right for There is one fault we all have; IS A YEAR. minute and a half. The night fie womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. nurse, who handed him the in- the amateurs the man who has we repeat sensational and scanwritten to tell of the benefit they Thousands of ladies have struments, was the only assist time to burn but not for the dalous stories on too little author- If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEk received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. ity. ant of Doctor Schorr, for as commercial grower. Writ to: Ladies Advisory Deot. CJutUnoora MedWnc Co, Chattinooc. Tena., TO US, YOU CAN GET book. Home Trestmeatior women." seat iree. J62 Luck is always against you; it lot Special Instructions, and The currant and gooseberry soon as it was determined that Mrs. Lipschits was dead, the op- should be more extensively grown ADAIR COUN I 1 eration was decided upon. There A rich, moist and partially shad- You can't teach a wolf that a! was not time to remove her to an ed site is preferable. Keep your wolf's ways are wrong. : Office 'PhoDe J It wobld surprise you to know of the Res. 'Phone 29. NEWS good that is being done by reat operating room. It required sev- eyes open for the currant worm. Only a few men seem to be Downey jhamberlain's Tablets. Darius eral minutes' time to scree n the Spray your bushes with arsenate honest all the way through; so Dr. James Triplett : Newberg Junction, N. B. writes, My AND of lead in combination with the many men, honest in the main, yif e has been using Chamberlain's Tab cot from other patients. lets and finds them very effectual and Dentist. Bordeaux mixture before his ar- are a little tricky. iloing her lots of good." If you have THE L0UISV1LEE rival, and a crop is assumed SRJle(Jiffiflfiai Any trouble with your stomach or bowels A mother often says: "I beJEFFRIES BLOCK give them a trial. For sale by Paull , otherwise not. lieve in young people enjoying KENTUCK1 TIMES COLUMBIA Drug Do. From Maysville to Louisville themselves;" but fathers usually INTERNATIONAL the Ohio river hills cannot be believe in young people learning ( BOTH ONE YEAR DICTIONARY surpassed for commercial grape to work. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER growing. The Concord and CaSchool children laugh as FOR ONLY The Only New unabridged dic tawba makes a strong combina- promptly at the teacher's jokes tionary xn many years. Contains the pith and essence tion on limestone soils. as church people laugh at the of an authoritative library. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES every field of knowL. Covers The rots of the peach can be jokes of the bishop. 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD edee. An Encyclopedia in & the best afternoon paper princontrolled by spraying with the You may neglect the rules, I single book. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long The Only Dictionary witn tne self boiled lime and sulphur wash but you can't avoid paying the ted anywhere. jib our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights New Divided Page, of these proportions: water 50 penalty. 400,000 "Words. 2700 Pages. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. Has the best corps of corres 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly gallons; stone lime 10 pounds; 58INCH If there is any devil in a man, half a million dollars. somen Let us tell you about this most flowers of sulphur 10 pounds. it comes out when he is present- pondents. 1 remarkable single volume. Strain through a fine sieve before ed with a bill for dry goods. SfclNCrf Covers the Kentucky field perIIPggL Vf y .yt jfcj-- jjVf Vj: Vf flk wnteiorsampio using. ' W"Xi iuy pages, ivll parI'llWl .34 men f Every man enjoys the glory of fectly. ticulars, etc. The cold, wet 35INCH v paper and !15Ri Name this been very friendly weather has converting others to his doctrine. Covers the general news fielfi nnnAnnnn nnirnnn(iAnin mtlflr to the develwo will Liberty is a glorious thing, Bend free opment of all the rots and scab. and so is gallantry, unless they completely. a Bet of Pocket If you have the commercial lime are exaggerated. L o u i s v i 1 1 e Has the best and fullest mar Xapa sulphur you can use it in place Times. .ftf. ivAkn mmsnu.' J". ifiiihfcaa kets reports. ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE ft SIX HEIGHTS of the Bordeaux mixture, at rate DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul of 5 quarts to 50 gallons of waHardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. Notes On City Building. &C. HerriaiaCo, ter. fair to everybody. Springfield, filaas. r Find the weak point in your The Demonds of the Swgmp 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPcity then apply a remedy. The Veli rans' New ' Commander, are mosquitos. As they sting they put Louisville, Ky. deadly malaria germs in the blood. When capital sees the smoke TION RIGHT WAY Then follow the icy chills and the fires pouring forth from high smokeIn his election as commander-- I of fever. The appetite flies and the in- - chief, Gen. Bennett H. Young. strength fails; also malaria often paves stacks he promptly pulls out his Kentucky Fair Dates, of Louisville, received the high-- ! the way for deadly typhoid. But Elec- bank roll. and cast out the malaria tric Bitters est honor in the gift of the Unit- - germs from kill blood; give you a fine If you wait until you see what the Farrodsburg July ed Confederate veterans. appetite and renew your strength. the other fellow is going to do, 2. North of Mason and Dixon's "After long suffering, wrote, Wm you wont get anywhere. of the Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "three Mt. Sterling July line, Gen. Young's declaration in bottles drove all the malaria from my If you cannot interest your Georgetown July 3. Fourth District Convention, to be Held at Monticel- - his speech of acceptance that system, and I've had good health ever home people in the city, don't exsince." Best of all stomach, liver and Berea Fair August he would rather be the comman- - kidney ills. 50 cts at Paul Drug Co. Beginning. Friday lo, Ky., May 24-2pect outsiders to take notice. Versailles August of rhe veterans of enterprises Look after the little Mt. Vernon August Evening at 7:30 the Confedercy tnan President He Rescued. Weds Girl the large ones usually look after Vanceburg August of the United States may appear themselves A. H. Baugh! 7:30 Song and Devotional Litchfield August an exaggerated sentiment, born ' C. W. Harrison Brodhead August of Welcome 7:45 Address skyscraper of the moment's enthusiasm. Savannah, Ga., Behind the It isn't always the by the President that make the city, a factory Lawrenceburg August 8:00 Address Here in the South, where those fact that the Rev. Fred Williams, Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 with a big pay roll will do twice 9:00 Appintment of Committees same veterans stand as the em- formerly of Louisville, Ky., and Hardinsburg August the good. SATURDAY MORNING bodied reminde rof splendid va- Miss Emily L. Trice.of Savannah, Columbia August Be on friendly terms with your lor, of sustained courage, of were married here by the Rev. 8:30 Workers Conference, the Bible School and Missions Fulton August you expect faith kept and duty done, of the Jpseph N. Parker peeps a pretty competitor, even if Led by School London August 9:15 Song and Devotional you the full measure of devotion given romance that dates back two him to steal a march on W. J. Clark Franklin August 9:30 An A. B. C. in Session day. for the , sake of principle for a months, when the young clergy- next "Front Rank Standard" Barbourville Fair September 10:00 New Points of Emphasis in 1912 To abuse an investor is to lose cause held right, the sincerity of man saved the life of the girl State Worker, H. W. Elliott 10:45 Address him. new commander's feeling who is now his bride. Bowling W. E. Frazee the Green September 11:15 The Convention Year Bible School Campaign Be sure you have something to will go unquestioned. Mr. Williams and Miss Trace 11:50 Announcement of Committees The host he leads is an army were on a boatride on the Wil- talk about when you boost your Tompkinsville September 4?7; AFTERNOON SESSIONSanders September of dead days that know no wak- mington River near Thunderbolt, city. Business Session, (a) Sect's Report, (b) Committe Reports 1:30 , Boosting and toasting are two Monticello September ing. It is in the twilight shad Tenn., when, while stepping F. J. Barger, A. H Baugh Rank, or light Bearing Church 2:00 The Front Newport September ows ot a day whose morning from the rowboat into a larger different things, hut both may W. J. Clark brought disas.er 2:45 The A. B. C. Service and defeat. craft both Mr. Williams and the be used to advantage in building Horse Cave September General Discussion 3:30 'What Must We Do Morgantown September 19-- 21. When evening comes it will van- girl fell into the water. The a city. Tobias Huffaker 4:00 The Bible School and Temperance ish as did the cause and the coun- tide was running strong' and the EVENING SESSION Lexington October 912. try for .which it fought to re- clergyman had great difficulty in J. Q. Montgomery turn no more. But while mem-or- y keeping The Desciples, or Christian Church, Which? 7:30 Mayfield October the head of the girl 3 uma J5i? a' jgss8&i B. C. and the Kingdom, Steropticon Lecture 8:00 The A. W.J.Clark 37: fails not and men count hon above water until assistance .,. - fee 3 fogaUig Helps H Judge in Dad Fix. ' SUNDAY MORNING or as a thing worth while, its reached" them. -r y - n.i: caaKJUUERWKnmaiv raji' Eli Cherry, of Gillia Mills, The Operation Performed at Fordham HosoHal Proves Successful. of some moment. Orchard and Garden Notes. came to Savannah from Alaska last October, set this after spending more than a year Mr, Williams LOUISVILLE TIMES nd TAKE The Woman'sTonic $5.00 64-p- ae THt 40-- ; ! WEBSTER'S NEW ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE $4.50. A7U77T77V71i' fj f f f f f x. T7WWVHP Vj-- f wag i F wBssk -- . mttfH. VfJiO.Ofc'W.n I DEHLER BROS., i i Prog ram 6, j i 30-Aug- ust j 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1-- 3. i 7-- 9. j ! der-in-chi- ef j 7-- 9. 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. i i 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. 3-- 6. 17-2- 1. 18-2- 1. .. 9-1- 2. M t 4. 9:30 Model Bible School 10:45 Address "The Call of the Christian Ministry" Communion Service. Convention Offering Pres. R. H. Crossfield glory will live on. Gen. Young . may AFTERNOON AND EVENING SESSION 2:00 mi rraat it L. Sear-- . thincs for Up to that time the couple had ' i;jicf, hntKo.litrie l.irj uiiatiastirouna Uelp. - in.i tho beat pills or modiciuo 1 over tried well wear been good friends, but had not $ proudly the title that now is his. considered any other possibility, j T" lue,''-Ka',- "'l tli-tro- sa - : Justice Tenn. , The Afternoon and Evening'Program be given to Mrs. Yan'cy, " " ' Behalf of the C. W.' B. M. Work will That he will wear it with the sin- After the rescue their friendship in gle hearted purpose of service is, rapidly grew into something closer ' 'attested by a lifeofrervice to and dearer. The couple had NewLifePills C.E. Hatfield. Gnyan, V uw.ruEiur was plainly worried. A bad sore on his leg had baffled several doctors and long resisted all remedies. "I thought used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and cured." Cures burns, boil?, ulcers, cuts, bruises rnd piles 25cts at Paul Drug Co. was-oomplete- , it was a cancer," he wrote. "At last I . Va. 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL ORl'GGISTS. KJ-zv-- . I St ty w fv ; " NA .Tm sft UUUJNTX iNHiWS T Gradyville. Ithat it'reTninds us of the Sunday school at old Union church twenabout ty year3 ago when everybody G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and u Our .farmers are all through planting corn. .George Staples and M. R. Grissom, of Columbia, were calling on our merchants last Fri- day. Mrs. C. O. Moss left for Rus-sellsvil- le Rowes X Roads. lastjSunday where she Stands for everything that is best in paint will attend the graduating class The pigments used are properly proportioned The farmers at at work this of her sister.MissMollie Flowers. and thoroughly compounded. week planting corn. Mrs. Sallie Walker, of Colum Ancly Coffey had a log rolling bia, visited her relatives here STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE the other day, he got a great several days of last week. days work done. He fed 68 men, Mr. W. L. Winters left for "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear" women and children. Maby he Nashville last Sunday. He will FOR SALE Y will live over it. be gone several days seeing after Ed Helm and wife, were visitsome affairs down in the good ing at Beldon Helm's last Sunold state of Tennessee. feiMaaBaHasB-yr-day night. SunMr. C. 0. Moss spent last Mrs. Caire Balinger has been interesting lecture at Hayes day in Greensburg with his very sick with fever but is better Chapel one night last week in HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLEND0RFF brother. to day. behalf of his tour of the world.' Dr. J. H. Grady, of Columbia, Oliver McElroy and wife were - The readers! of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Rev. Thomas Hadley,of Rowes spent several days of last week visiting at Thomas Hadleys last XRoad, was here last week will be pleasecUo heart that our facilities for handling with his brother at this place. Sunday. looking for cattle. Mr. J. D. Walker, who has Floor Coverings of All Kinds Elisah Bennetts tomb stone On Sunday, May 19th, Mr. confined to his bed for sevbeen will be put up the third Saturday Ray Gaines and Miss Sallie Law Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted eral days, with a complication of evening in June. His wife wants less, Mr. Grover Aaron and Miss to the practical display of immense stocks of diseases, we are glad to state is all the old soldiers to be there Cecil Oaks were married at able to be out again, Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums that can come. It will be at the Jamestown by Rev. Tarter. We Judge N. H. Moss, of Columwill improve. Keet Bibee Grave yard in Adair join their many friends in ex bia, called in to see us on his reA new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for, county. tending congratulations. the showing of turn from his farm near this Beck's Store. Mr. Ray Games and Miss Sal-li- e Esq. B. B. Sims was visiting place one day last week. Lawless and Mr. Groves Aaron his father, J. M. Sims, who is Lace Curtains and Draperies Several of the people from Mr. S. A. Harper and his crew and Miss Cecel Oaks' all went to in feeble health, last Sunday. of hands are progressing nicely this place, attended the burial of Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our Jamestown last Sunday and got Mr. A. Hunn, of Columbia, rein the stave woods these long Mr. Lewis Hurt last Sunday Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our married. Lucjc to you all is my cently bought several sheep in big live store. afternoon. Mr. Hurt was a citihot days, best wish. vicinity paying fair prices. Mrs. Ella Y. Robertson and zen of the East Fork country. Luther Selby is on the sick list Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, her father, Uncle Charlie Yates, Farmers are very busy plant- this week. Knifiey. who have been on the sick list ing corn. Incorporated s There is a boy at Dillard for a number of weeks, we are Mr. Rollin Cole and two sisters, 522 and 524 j West Market St. Aarons this time, Dillard can't The farmers are getting beglad to say have improved rap- Mae and Laura expects to start Louisville, Kentucky. hide his teeth. Also a girl at hind in idly for the past week or so and for Bowling Green Friday, this section more than Logan Chapman's this week. they have been for years, scarceboth are looking better than they where they will visit a few Mother and baby doing well. ly any corn has been planted at have for several months. weeks. aeKa&KKaaeiega&g Last night the 25 we had a this time. Mrs. Susan Grissom and her Burkes-vill- e C. C. Traylor was in IN great thunder storn and a big Oats grand daughter. Miss Cary, of and grass never looked Wednesday. "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor" rain. Columbia, spent several days of better than they do at this time. of Master Frank Smith, As I said in one of my letters It is made on a "Midget" Marvel Flour last week visiting the family of Burkesville, is visiting his grandThe health of this community ( some time ago, I did not believe Mill the last word in milling machines. All of the milling opera- 7T W. M. Wilmore. is very good except a few cronic tions take place in this one machine. It is a sanitary- - mill, none of father. that a christian wanted to go to jc the product is touched by hand or comes in contact with the outside cases. Miss Emma Bragg, one of Mrs. Susan Cooper who has parties. Now what about chrisair, In this mill the wheat and flour travel less than twenty feet v Jamestown most popular young recently moved to this place from tians wanting a dollar a bushel Thomas Knifiey sold his place instead of the hundreds of feet in the ordinay modern mill with the (f ladies, spent a few days of last Garlin is now in Indianapolis result that this unusually short and quick system keeps the flour clear known as the Phill Knifiey place for your corn. Brethren look and free from impurities, preserving its natural creamy bloom and the 7K week, visiting her mother, Mrs. Ind., for a treatment on the eye, out you are in great danger, your .to Ray Williams, V for $4000. W. volatile oils which contain the flavor and aroma of the crushed wheat W. P. Flowers and other relatives are not evaporated. This flour has that sweet, rich, nutty flavor of it is reported that she is pro- Bible is hard on you, Do as you J. Tucker also sold a portion, the "Old Fashioned" stone ground flour. You will also notice this in our city. gressing nicely. would wish to be done by 100 acres, of the J. G. Knifiey IN Tn. flour has more strength than" other patent flour, it will rise quicker in place for $2000 to G. G. Watson. Mr. J. A: Reatherford made a the dough. Mr. Frank Reece, of Cofer, You may have to pay a dollar business trip to Edmonton last was at this place Sunday. We most cordially invite you down to our plant to see this Mr. Van Humphress who got si. for corn but you don't want to wonderful mill make "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor." 7K Saturday in the interest of W. W. pay it. Read your Bible and be his ankle broke three weeks ago sis Rev, Piercy of Russell Springs, Yates. Richardson & Walker, is expected to give a lecture 'on governed by the same and you is out on crutches. Mr. Mike Winfrey, of Colum- his trip around the world, at this never will have any a dollar a Mr. J. J! Humphress, of Terre bia was in our midst a day or so church on Monday night, June bushel corn. Let Christ go be- Haute Indiana, speut a few days of last week. Our boys were 3rd, everybody come and hear fore and you follow him. in this section last week. not particular about seeing Mike the great talk. Mr. Sam Bault and family OwensbY. at this particular time. visited Wyatt Garner and family Mr. Rollin Cole was at the big Mr. Allen Parson and family, meeting at Chestnut Grove last Mr. J, K. P. Aaron had a last Sunday. visited the family Sunday. of Portland, yearling colt to die one day last . Mrs. L. R. Chelf spent last of Mr. Alfred Parson, of our Chester Cole has returned week. week with her parents, Mr. and Wholesale and Retail place last Saturday and Sunday. home from a weeks stay in Born, to the wife of James and Mrs. H. R. Spurling, of n Mr. Sam Lewis, the Bowling Green. Dunbar, May 10th, a daughter. Mannsville. produce man, of Columbia, made The wheat crop is looking fine Mr. J. W. Absher and wife Cole Camp. All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds our town one last week and his spent last Sunday with A. C. in this community. appearance and conversation Columbia, Kentucky. The farmers in this community s. Wheeler and family. If; is a girl at Mr. Butler called our minds back to bye-- 1 are jate with their crops, very Butler is just all smiles. Miss Judeal Robertson, of gone days of the past when un- few have planted corn. Notwithstanding the rainy Absher, spent last week with cle Sam wa3 the only produce Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Vanzant, weather.therewasa large crowd her sister, Mrs. E. V. Hum$ man that made our town. We of Edmonton, visited her father, ' in attendance at Bethlehem Sun- phress. are glad for him to come. He Mr. W. W. Morris, Saturday day. There were four, baptized A. M. Rodgers, of Campbells-villis always up on wool, feathers, night and Sunday. VESOTN HOLT, Clerk. A. H. HOLT, Proprietor, into the church by effusion and was in this section last gin seng and pelts. .Come again Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Brockman, the remainder are to be immer- week looking for fat' stock. .Sam. Mr. and Mrs. John Parrish, of sed in the future. Corn is changing here rapidly One of our best and most pro- - Amnndaville. snent last Sundav Mrs. W. . Collins is visiting at 70 cents per bu. gressive farmers we have in our Gheatham her son, at Lebanon, this week. community, is Mr. Ed Whitlock. Mr. W. P. Dillingham, of Miss Ella Baker and Mr. Mr. Ranzo Carnes and Miss Absher, Jamestown, Kentucky. He simply slips along and gets) was in our town oneday Claud Young, of Bakerton, is Effie Carnes were married at corn planted before any of at Jones Esq. Sam Collins the 5th inst. last week on business. , Newly rurniooed' and the, best accomodations, with we understand thaUded P" the rest and IVfr. Green Slaughter, of Louis last class Liveryi and- Feed .Stable iricoruiectiojrL New rigs and ' The Woman's Foreign Mission-ar- ville, visited relatives a'n.d' friends'" he has thelarger part of his cronj .ChaPel ffD'rummer? wagons just'out in, the public looked Rafter at any aiid:';' A. Society was organized at in of tobacco transplanted. Give! Kpe crons of fruit in this the this5" section last week. ' When' in Jamestown your patronage, solicited,- - rates--' all hours Wheat and Bethlehem church tha 5th, with a ? usmorefannersike.WhiiMighborh(. Miss Nannie Russell, of Col- - a Beforeiyou- - hire livery ellsewherecom4and see,us, i,'" treasonable lock'and we are certain ,to havejeadows are looking gne 12 members and the following visiting ", Mr., and JfcsJ, JJmla,letcher officers: Miss Dora , Conover, umbia. was ' petter.times. '&7v--"'- :; rA: jnHolt also conducts a generatstore, and, deals neighborhood last feel&r---- JlWii spentJastSaturdav.night-atMr- . President; Miss Fanny Collins, Please remember that we have -t- &:' ;r m staves, !:,- .Phonedn,5tore and Hotel Ofe rJ?S ?2tf 1 .r.V'A 3?it-- - "- - ; Secretary and Miss Pearl Murray kivir. jee ivnineys, a- K. r interesting, Sunday,Schopl Charley Holland, $ a very, w.asvrun over witn wagonf ' -l -- .' ..-- .Treasurer. '. several months ago, has fully re Born, to the wife? of r'Cha rles at ;Uni'on. The attendance is exiff. l.feoveredr-----'1--- Rev.JPearcy 'delivered quite an ''tra - good, we are glad to say Cole, Friday, May 3rda girl' "; was interested and large attend-anc- e. We give a special invitation to everybody in the community to come out and help us in this great work, Don't forget the appointment to meet at Union on the 30th early in the morning to do the work at the church and in the afternoon the service at the cemetery. Let us remember our loved departed friends and observe the day. Born, to the wife of Clem Kelt-ne- r, on the 22nd, a son, Daniel B. Mother and child doing well. Miss Annie Kinnaird, in company with Miss Faulkner, of Red Lick, spent a day or so visiting here last week. Mr. James Gist and family, of Congap, Tex., are here visiting relatives. Mr. Gist is a brother-in-laot Senator Nell. Mr. and Mrs. Gist are in very bad health. The probabilities and they will remain here through the summer season ana ic is nopea Dy tneir many friends that their health w MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! Consider! Why hot use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? REAL ESTATE Hanna's Green Seal THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE "- -- ;oieee& Self-Contain- ed Props.lg 3aek2K39i&&K Sandusky & Co. well-know- LUMBER Kel-sey'- i j MxS $$ e, J Holt Hotel - ! at-h- , . . y. . . -- 4-- m V' Tin-:th- is tJ ' . v,t, cniKi-v-wn- p V'w--- x (-- -- .'a- ' ?-- r$ I v-- f $$ . t