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Christian1 The thirtieth day of May, which is national decoration day, was observed at several places in Adair county, notably Mt. Car-me- l, Bear Wallow and Columbia. At the two former places are the .graves of a number of departed soldiers, and many survivors wee present to do honor to those who were their comrades in time of war. Patriotic speeches were made and the floral offerings were many. Here in Columbia the cemetery swarmed with ladies "and gentlemen all the afternoon, and after all the graves had been decorated the odor in the city of the dead equaled that coming from a veritable flower garden. After all the graves had been decorated, the large assembly came together and there were singing, a prayer and a memorial address. The songs were selected to fit the occasion, and were rendered by a choir, led by Mrs. V U Last Sunday afternoon Mr. The June Woman's Home Com- Sam Browning, of this place, There will be Mothers' Day exlagra, brought from Pellyton. panion contains an article, "The was married to Miss Kate Antle, ercises at the Christian church nual fishing party held at daughter of Mr. Sam Antle, who next Sunday morning. A good Young's mill, Saturday, June 1st Dr. McChord, who has seen sev- Vanishing Husband," by Mary lives near Montipelier. We un- program has been arranged and The crowd began to arrive at eral cases pronounced it a typical Heaton Yorse, which presents an extraordinarily clear explanation derstand that the ceremony was we hope to have a profitable day an early hour, and by noon the one. Thursday I visited the of why it is that men like to get performed in Jfche pre sence of a to all who will attend. There On last mill yard was alive with merry boy at his home in order to get? away from women and enjoy few special friends by Rev. will be special music for the ocfaces. Charles Deener. casion, and suitable recitations Games of various kinds were a history of the case, see the each others society. The main sanitary surroundings and have contention in the article is that Soon after the rites were sol- by several of the young ladies engaged in, and at intervals an account of it published in your men can get along without their emnized the couple left for Co will be rendered. The pastor boat rides were taken. valuable paper. women-folk- s but women cannot lumbia, arriving here in time to will speak on the "Nobility of At the noon hour the lunch I found the little boy out in get along without the men. It take supper at the Hancock Ho- Motherhood." It is desirecfthat was spread. It consisted of ev- the field where the hands were is an article full of able and at tel. every one come with a white ery thing good to eat and each The groom had already provid- flower an emblem of purity in at work. His name is Floyd C. times humorous observations. one seemed to enjoy this hour West. He is pale and sickly The June Companion also con- ed a home and in a few days the memory of mother, we give best of all the day. After tins looking and don't seem to be tains a sketch of "Princess Pat" couple will be housekeeping in special invitation to all the memother features of amusement mentally sound. He has had the of Connaught; an account of the the Tutt addition. bers of the church and Bible were engaged in. Late in the disease for three years. Like recent dramatization of "Little Mr. Browning is an industrious School to be present, and all afternoon all departed carrying all cases of pellagra breaks out it Women"; a description of what young mantand has many friends others who can attend. fond memories of the day, and in the spring and subsides in the has been done in New Xork City in Columbia, all of whom desire to declaring that they had never beComplete Settlement. fall, each year worse than the toward reducing-thdeath rate extend their best wishes through fore spent such an enjoyable His case' now resembles of small children; and a report the News. time. The following were pres- Jast. cases of sunburn. He has bad of the progress made in this The bride was a popular young Mr. L. C. Winfrey, who is the ent: it on both hands, both arms, both country toward the accomplise-men- t lady in the neighborhood where receiver of the late Citizens Mr. and Mrs. John Young, Mr. she resided, and will be greatly Bank, this place, has made a ieet and both legs and a collar of a sane Fourth of July. and Mrs. T. A. Holladay, Mr. about 2 inches wide running all Fiction of power, humor and missed by a large circle of complete settlement with all the and Mrs. G. B. Yates, Mr. and around his neck and has it very reality is contributed by Owen friends. depositors, paying them dollar W. M. Wilson, accompanied by Mrs. A. 0. Young, Mrs. Ellen for dollar, and all other indebt cornet, played by Mr. Geo. W. Holladay, Mrs. Mont Conover, slightly on his face, his feet are Oliver, Kathleen Norris, Virginia Marriage Licenses. very tender but his hands are Tracy, James Oppenheim and edness of the bank. He has Lowe. The prayer by Judge H. Mrs. T. L. Upton, Mrs. J. B. not. Laura Spencer Porter. Most of yet about $15,000or $16,000 in C. Baker was clothed in most ap- Montgomery, Mrs. Jake Gabbert Hi3 mind is very weak and the stories are love stories beThe following licenses were is- notes and overdrafts in his hands propriate language. Misses Mollie Caldwell. Mabel about six weeks ago he began cause the June number of the sued from the Adair County which he will collect and pay Following the invocation, Mrs. Hindman, Mattie Montgomery, J. 0. Russell read a poem by Tina Brockman, Mattie and Avis having slight epiliptic spasms. Companion is called "the love Clerk's office during the month over to the stock&holders. This of May: certainly speaks well for Mr. Rev. T, L. Hulse, which was Tupman, Effie, Ella and Mabe This eruption shows nowhere un story number." clothes. George Acre to Dora Dehart. In the household, fashion, Winfrey as a business man, and written on the anniversary o"f the Conover, Elsie and Anna Coy, der the boy The sometimes attends home decoration and handicraft Wm. Stayton to Zilpha Rich- it is also a credit to the officers death of his daughter, Ina, Malcus Johnston, May, Helen departments appear many ar- ardson. of the bank. When an institu which occurred in this place a and Ruth Upton, Mattie and Ma- schools but never learns well. sanitary surroundings of ticles of interest and practical Elmer Cole to Daisy Yarberry. tion fails and every dollar is paid little over, one year ago." The ry Young, Lena, Eva and Elva The his home are reasonably good. use, among which are articles on Felix F. Morrison to Altia to creditors, it is certainly an ev poem follows this introductory: Murrell, Lettie and Loretta Dunidence of no wrong intention. The next in order was the me- bar, Frances Holladay, Prof. R. The house stands on a hill about "Toothsome Vegetarian Dishes," Grant. Silas Cundiff to Caroline Tay- Thi3 full settlement was made morial address by Rev. J. W. R. Moss, Messrs. John, Mark, 200 yards from Barnetts Creek "Strawberry Dessert," "The and is dry and well drained. The June.Bride's, Linen Che3t," "A lor. in eight months to the day. Weldon, who praised, in most Arthur, W. E. and Will Hollaboy is very nervous and sleeps Portable Vacation House," and J. A. Hughes to Florence Kim-- 4 beaulif ul language, the manifest- day, Walter, Chas., Jesse and It will be remembered that badly at night. I could get no "Seasonable Menues for June." bier. ed love of the living for departed Robt. Murrell, J. A. and Earnest Mr. Neal Marshall, who was a David BryanJ; to Rosa Lee loved ones, and pointing the liv- Harris, Paul Vardeman, Olen clew as to how and where he prominent citizen of Riverton, His Work of the Grand Jury. Jones. ing the way to heaven. After Rosenbaum, Walker Dickerson, contracted the" disease. Nebraska, married Miss Ella grand father for two or three the address, which was beautiful Charlie Jones, Preston and OlDeath of an Aged Minister. Dice, of this county, whose home in words, delivered pathetically, iver Miller, Bradley C. T. and years, has been housed up and The grand jury for the term was Montpeiler, quite a number of a song was rendered and the as- Lanas Powell, Lewis, Liss, Lu- refuses to talk to any body, and of circuit court which closed the years ago. Heldied on March 1, some of his neighbors say that sembly dismissed. On Saturday, the 25th of May, 1912, ther and Millard Young, Robt. he 'has had an eruption some- latter part of last week returnas a result from being Judge Junius Hancock was Willis, B. B. and Isaac Montgomindictments, after Rev. John P. Hogard, a much thrown ed sixty-si- x from a horse. He was a thing like the boy but I talked being in session nine days, classi- loved Methodist Minister, died at prominent Mason and was a master of ceremonies. ery, Mayes Durham, Frank and to two of his sons, and they told fied as follows: 3. his late home, four miles from gentleman highly respected Beckham Jeffries, Joe and Henfor 30 Marion, Crittenden county. He ry Morris, William and Chas. me that that was a mistake. The Selling Liquor IN MEMORY OF IN.V. living. Since the death correct 10 was in his eighty-thir-d Weapons year, and of Mr. Marshall, Mr. J. H. Dice, Upton, Dolph Wilson .and" Banty boy has had but little medical May 24, 1912. 9 had been a Methodist minister treatment and what he has had Breach of Peace Goerge Bryant. "V the father of Mrs. Marshall, has seems to have done him no good. 4 for forty years, a member of the Disturbing worship X circling spheres have swept again sold his farm in Nebraska, and The I was often asked the question, Gaming Louisville Conference at the time he and his wife Around their annual way; are living in Riv3 of his death. The deceased was Is it catching? I answered afWill Resume Open Air Meeting. Adultery And quickened memory 'wakes to dwell erton with Mrs. Marshall. with sadness on this' day. 1 the father of Presiding Elder W. ter a fashion, it certainly is. Arson 1 F. Hogard; of Columbia District, In a bulletin issued by thfe Malicious Shooting. A difficulty occurred at James'Twas then., the Saviour called her Beginning next Sunday after: '1 State Board of Health the quesBuggery hence who was at the bedside when town last Friday between Car-le- y noon at 5:30 o'clock, JRev. J. R. 1 the end came. Whom once his love had given, tion is discussed. A case is citSeduction Hale and John Rexroat. It Crawford will resume his sumAnd robed in white, she joined the ed of a child brought to the BapTrespass The funeral services and in- is stated here that Hale and his gospel services. mer choir Cutting in an affray terment were on Sunday follow- wife were living apart, and that These services have grown pop- tist orphanage at Nashville, And found her home, in heaven. Tenn., in 1809. It was brought Obtaining money, etc by ing the death, many faiends be- Rexroat accused Hale of saying With grief filled .hearts and spirits ular and profitable. Many attend from a distance suffering from false pretense ing present. that he had meddled in the affair. them who, for various reasons, bowed Pellagra, and in a comparatively One word brought another, and We journey through the years, can not go to the churches for short time there . were 14 cases 66 day's return SUMMER DRESSES. FOR finally Rexroat struck Hale, And offer on this the evening worship. The first in the institution. All the cases Our Sacrament of tears. knocking him down. Hale drew r service of the series will be held We are receiving this week new Born, to the wife of Bud his knife and slashed Rexroat's The days that come bring change and on the lawn of the home of Mr. in the city were confined to that Corduroys, Flouncings, Embroideries, death institution. There are several Vaughan, a boy, May 28. throat. The wound was closed Everybody in J. 0. Russell. Yoils, Lawns, Mulls & etc. Also a To empires in their course; cases reported in the Bulletin by a physician, and in a short town invited and bring the childBut love for her burns on wjthin ' decorating of nice assortment Baby Irish Laces, Band- time after the mixup, Hale was The annual ren. Remember the hour is 5:30 where women who washed the With undiminished force. clothes of Pellagriess have been graves here was inaugurated a ing Fringes, & etc tried and acquitted. Rexroat is Russell & Co. How powerless death to quench the P m. few years ago by the Ladies seized with the disease. to be before the Court this week. flame The house fly, gnat, mosquito, Cemetery Association of this That glows within the breast, New Barber Miod. Special Notice. can at alj In the case of Henry Bardin or a certain species of black wa- place. The grave-yar- d For those who pass within the vail against his brother, L. P. BarTo find eternal rest. ter fly found only along small times be found in good condition, water courses may be the cause and its perpetual cleanliness is din, whom he charged with deTo death the flaming worlds shall yield Parties having accounts with Mr. Leo Swanson, a barber of Their glories all sublime; of its spread and a great deal of due, in a very large measure, to frauding him out of $235 worth Drs. Russell & Hindman will be eight year's experience, has And universal wreck attend the ladies who comprise the so- of staves, the jury rendered a allowed a discount of 10 per cent opened a shop in the Russell investigation is going .on along dirge of time. The funeral verdict for $97.30 in favor of ciety. if same accounts are settled bebuilding in the apartments for- - these lines. loye plaintiff. But God hath made us with a Until more is found about its tween the 1st and the 15th of merly occupied by Geo T. Flow That laughs at all decay, contagioness I would advise the There will be a meeting .of the June. This is for cash settlement-aners, Jr. He respectfully asks And holds the dear one in its arms Mr. Abe Sherrill, who lived at stay away from it Cemetery Association on Saturis the amount ordinarily 'Till that eternal day. for a share of the patronage people to. U. L. Taylor, day the 8th of June at the Han- Knifley, this county, died last paida collector. Hail! happy one. Thrice happy, hail! here. Health Officer. cock Hotel. All the officers of Friday morning at 2 o'clock. He 30-31-Amid supernal joy, now to fields of light Association are expected to was about seventy years old and Translated the Rev. E. W. Barnett, whoa be present and as many new served in the Federal army durYou find vour glad employ Pull and Push. Hon. Samuel Murrell Sanders number of years ago was pastor members as will jo,in. There are ing the civil war. What glories bright now fill your view! aged seventy-fivA little pull in Irort and a little push a, native of of the Baptist Church, this place, several things of great imporWhat fellowship divine! What fields of deepening knowledge Taylor county, died at his late has resigned the pastorate of the tance to be disposed, of and dis- - Mr. Nathan Kelsey has remov- behind make it easy for the pastor to go. The church over the way lifts a now home, near Elizabethtown, Satur- Church at Ft. Myres, Fla., and cussed by the Association. ed to the new cottage on the beckoning hand and the church he is Before your vision shine! day, the 25th of May. He had has taken up his residence at street "leading to the Fair trying to lead lifts a kicking foot. vainly did you seek to delve Not served in the Kentucky Legisla- Roanoke, Va. He writes the Wilmore, of Grady-vill- e, Grounds, and recently completed Between the two he recognizes the call' Mr. J. A. To wisdom's secret spring; ture and was a prominent farm- News that he has been" in wretch.of the Lord to move, and on he goes. has graduated 'from the by Mr. W. H. Sandusky. For now, with deeper, rfcher life In due time the beckoning hand is. The deceased was named ed health for the past eight Law Department, State Univerer. Your upward way you wing. transformed into the kicker's boo4--, ahd for Samuel H. Murrell, who for months, and is compelled to take sity, Lexington, and has passed Miss Zella Frances Pelley. of the We Rewards, for years of patient toil many years of his lifetime, a rest. His address is lJO.Elesj the examination before the Court this place, will be given a certi-cat- e have weary process is repeated. mobecome so accustomed to this Yor knowledge eager sougnt . Ave,, S. W., Roanoke, Va. was a prominent citizen and a committee of lawyers. of proficiency in Expression dus operandi in our- - ecclesiastical maAre yours, in quickeuted powers to county, accept it as a part ', grasp GeorgetowriCollege, this week. chinery that wepnd fail to see the divine plan the In the case of. Henry Bardin Circuit Court adjourned last The larger lessons taught. .of it. The church change., S. V. Wilkerson & Son, o Glens-for- k against L. P. Bardin, suing to Ourvchasened hearts look up through Wednesday afternoon. Born, to the wife of. John R. pastors and the pastor changes churchsold to Anderson Bros., of recover the. price of ' a bucking tears Murrell, near' Gadberry, Monday es, and we think we are making prog' Greensburg, Jast week 24 head machine, the jury, rendered .a .. LmM n!1 inrl, Pack ww vi ' t in the Lord's' cause, whereas we And greet you in your home, morning June 3," twins, both ress only riding on the Devil's of. for $249.29, and "one Vverdict in favor dl,' Uthe- - defend VF'fT,l BlUUOl ...V .MIT. """ are also Hear And wait till we, shall IjlklTCH, ' --The Central Baptist. girls? V. ; ' neuer to JBracKvaiaiujrsi.'ju ?. F. Eubank ant. Savjour's welcome "COME" K)ar In your last weeks issue, you One of the most enjoyable oc casions of the season was the an gave an account of a case of Pel- e .3 1 out-of-do- or 1 1 -- r I d 4t 2t e, . , of-Adai- r of-.- X .W 1" m "4-- 8t S6Z -- ' merry-grou- nd . . . V- - 2M--- 0 ' "M ' f ' 'tf-SE- t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Miss Pearl Hindmon Joe Conover Assignee of M L Ramsey J R Garnett Assignee of I C Harmon J R Garnett Assignee of I C 2 r Harmon A Statement and Settlement of the accounts of A D Patteson, Sheriff of J R Garnett Assignee of Adair county, Kentucky, of the collections and disbursements of the thirty-fiv- e Coomer &Gowen (35c) cents ad valorem and one ($1) dollar pole tax levied by the Adair Fiscal R Carnett Assignee of E M J Court at its April term 191r, for the payment of the current expenses of Adair SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT. 350 00 Zed Akins 17 90 73 07 130 50 110 50 . J H Judd Assignee Rose Willis W C Yates 2 00 & 26 00 16 68 2 00 aeK ' III. LC Winfrey W L Walker Assignee Ermine 186 05 5 00 Leach Hill & Moore JKPCinover Clarence Jackman CREDITS ROAD FUND. 353 75 4 00 as as as as ML During Year x 1912 x Burton county for the year 1911. R Garnett Assignee of J J At the regular October term of the Adair Fiscal Court 1911, 1 was appointed B Burton by said court, as its commissioner to settle with A D Patteson, Sheriff of Adair J R Garnett Assignee of county, Ky., his accounts of the collection and disbursements made by him of Mary Milam the taxes .levied by said court at its April term, 1911, to be collected and paid J V Dudley . to the creditors of said county by said sheriff during the said year, and in com- W L Winters Cash'r Assignee pliance with said order of appointment, 1 did examine said Sheriff's books to of S J Simmons Assignee ascertain the amount of said taxes remaining uncollected on the 1st day of Deof Dr L C Nell cember, 191 1, so that I might charge him with the additional 6 per cent., which is W L Winters Cash'r Assigadded, by law, to all taxes uncollected on the 1st day of December of said year. nee of Wilmore & Moss In the month of March,1911,I made a settlement with said Sheriff as follows: W L Winters Cash'r AssigI first charged the Sheriff with 3729 polls listed by the Assessor for taxation nee of Wilmore & Moss for the year 1911 at $1 each. Junius Hancock Assignee of I then charged him with 18 polls listed by the sheriff for taxation for said Thos Young year at $1 each. Junius Hancock Assignee of I then charged him with 21c ad valorem tax on each $100. on $2,898,557 worth Rsbt Ingram of taxable property for General Fund and 14c on each $100 worth for the Road Junius Hancock Assignee Fund. of Peter Cheatham . I then charged said Sheriff with 21c ad valorem tax on each $100 worth of Junius Hancock Assignee of $18,364. property listed by said Sheriff for the General Fund, and , I4c thereon John Grady for the Road Fund. A Winfrey I then charged him with the Franchise Tax on the different corporations do- J John W Young ing business in Adair county. I then charged him with 6 per cent., penalty on all unpaid taxes on December J B Beard Clarence Jackman 1st, 1511, which made said Patteson's debits as follows. G ! 39 00 45 50 26 2 IC Harmon Lee Burbridge Aro Smith T J Reynolds 38 00 Joshua Montgomery Jo Gadberry 116 50 R T Gadberry A J Green CO 00 Jo Tucker 22 15 18 00 300 as 3 00 as 120 75 H C Bennett T E Waggoner 8 00 C E Young R K. Young 90 16 J E Burton JH Young Walker Bryant 3 00 1 00 3 75 3 00 30 60 NX 3 50 7i 3 00 8 00 3 00 23 50 3 00 3 00 6 25 3 00 5 68 5 05 5 00 TC We do not want to Lose a Single 1 Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al x ready Large List 3 00 26 00 2 00 2 00 R L Caldwell R B Tucker B F Bault C White G A Atkins 2 00 T W Rice 4 00 00 J IN DEBITS. W Gen. Fund To 3729 tithes listed by the Assessor, SI 18 tithes listed by Sheriff at SI Ad valorem tax on $2,898,557 worth of taxable Jf .property listed by the Assessor, supervised, equalized and certified for taxatidh at 21c on each $100 thereof for the General Fund 14c ad valorem tax on each $100 worth of $2,- 898,557 for the Road Fund Ad valorem tax on $18,364 worth of property listed by the Sheriff at 21c on each $100 thereof for the Gen. Fund and 14c on each $100 thereof for the Road Fund Franchise Tax on Bank of Columbia Franchise Tax on First "National Bank $3729 00 18 00 Road Fund TJ Ellis Cooper GT Stults JohnG Sublett Sarah A Miller Assignee S P 2 19 16 16 J 6086 97 Miller N Page 85 00 R Scott J Green 50 J R Johnson 50 Clem Keltner 50 Ulysses Cravens Porter Compton A J 3 00 4 80 17 90 3 00 5 50 $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year m I C Breeding 8 00 3 00 2 82 46 18 3 00 3 00 as James Garnett Assignee W T Price Hendrickson and Chelf 4057 98 Luther Wilson W T McFarland Dr H B Simpson 19 00 75 50 00 J E Bradshaw W J Tucker 38.56. 101 59 25 2 22 99 67 25 71 G J D Jones Franchise Tax on Citizen's Bank Franchise Tax on Columbia Telephone Co Franchise Tax on Farmers Bank, Cane Valley Franchise Tax on Farmers Bank Casey Cr6ek 6 per cent., penalty on unpaid taxes Dec. 1st. 10 2243 21 00 40 19 10,145 13 .14 67 48 J M Wilosn .39 99 Gordon Montgomery 17 11 J B Jones 1 40 J B Jones 14 95 A D Patteson Assignee Na00 26 80 F Stults 47 9 16 15 24 2 3 250 2 0 Robert Bailey Wm Rogers James Earles 50 James Hare Junius Hancock Assignee G 3 00 8 CO 3 85 vj i 6 65 8 00 - 00 00 00 00 75 00 of N Roberts Tom Rodgers JW DURice $4265 42 pier Adams N H Moss N H Moss C M Russell Z T Williams Z T Williams 24 20 Banks Bob Blaydes Jas H Young T M Collins Assignee of . 3 00 3 00 3 00 13 45 3 00 l NJ IN Op-hu- s 250 00 250 2 26 24 16 00 Keltner E E Akers Louisville Times and News 00 00 00 50 JA ' CREDITS. GENFRAL FUND. Said'Patteson then presented me the following certificates of allowance made by the Adair Fiscal Court and ordered paid by said Sheriff out of the levy as above set out. Said Sheriff having .paid the owners of said - claims the amount thereof, gave him credit by Baid certificates of allowance and which I. here list a7id,.,file same herewith as par&Kereof : .1 Assignee of Geo E Wilson , " J P Beard Assignee of W H Burress J P Beard Assignee of; J F Triplett J P Beard Assignee of WT "" J P Beard 86 50 ? J M Conover Dr S P Miller AD Patteson A D Patteson A D Patteson ' 19.50 Smith & McBeath 5 00 00 6 00 ' 50 00 39 00 202 43 172 75 Winfrey H W Cundiff .1 W Arnold J L Hutchison R H Harmon H V Montgomery J P Conover Ray Humphress i 3 00 J 8 00 7K - 3 00 6 3 3 3 00 00 00 00 $4.50 ' as as as m 8 00 4 00 er J C Blair 8 00 8 65 3 00 3 CO aoKaeisasasaeisasas as asasasasaefeesaaefeis WJ G' Sublett George Kemp W H Wilson ' Dr U'L Taylor UL Taylor U L Taylor". Miss Pearl Hindman ft S P Coffej Ben Jeffries x Rollin Hurt Cortez Sanders J R Tutt Goff Bros J H Ciant Nelll& Nell Assignee of L C Nell Nell & .Nell assignee of Al Coomer C C Roe ' John Eubank Joe Rosenbaum S P Sullivan G W Pickett .1 M Willis VJ Cooper fl K Taylor H T Baker Assignee of J B 2 2 2 87 193 3 350 2 2 8 Price J P Beard Assignee of Dr C M KV Russell J P Beard Assignee of Adair i County News J P Beard Assignee of Rus sell & Hindman P Beard Assignee of Pickett J & Howard 48 00 J K P Conover 00 J K P Conovor 50 H B Ingram & Sons 25 H B Ingram & Sons 00 J M Wolford 00 The Ieffries Hardware Store Assignee of Junius Holt 00 The Jeffries Hardware Store 00 00 J T Page Assignee of W R ! 1 J P Coffey Assignee Wm Ab- sher J P Coffey Assignee T J Coop-x- Warren Moore Matthew Robertson S M Baker -- fr A 19 50 J EBeard T B 300 .2.75 'j00 3 25 70 00 3 25 J P Coffey C O Moss 9 75 16 Combs HK Taylor Chapman Bros 19 50 Chapman Bros m 35 J K P Conover 2 00 W J Roy 23 94 26 00 13 58 JA Goodin N R Roach LC Blair M Rey Yarberry John Eubank " - , 2 50 M Corbin 45 50 M ,E White 62 00 R L McClister 350 00 B F Rich 2 56 R A Stone 18 75 Robt L Allen 65 00 Thomas McDermott 25 45 M Antle 26 00 50 George J R Tutt J Burris 1'50 3 00 Pverything In The Drug Line u At Lowest Cut A Laxative Bromo Quinine Singley Laxative Tablets Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets it Nyals 3 00 3 09 8 25 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 2 80 Rate Prices Per Box Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner " " 3 00 Sam Lewis 7 54 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 4 1 Myres J W Sublett & J Bro W Sublett & Bros Assignee S P Sullivan M Willis 50 00 J G W Pickett 61 32 R M Cooper 16 00 N T Mercer 12 00 C H Dohoney 3 00 J P Beard Assignee 3 00 1 Finis Williams 3 00 9 00 " " 44 3 85 of Wol24 3 00 3 00 12 ford Bros 70 A. D. S. " " " " " .," Rasner H T Baker Assignee of B V Hovious T Baker Assignee of Pickett & Howard H T Baker Assignee of J M Campbell H T Baker Assignee of .1 B H - of Melvin Petty J W Sublett & Bro Assignee of Eubank & Son J W Sublett & Bro Assignee of Wheat & Williams Stubbs & Davis J W Burbridge J M Shives 117 80 W R Taylor H J Conover , 39 00 J P Beard Assignee of Adair Co News 18 76' J M Campbell . J W Marshall -- 3 3 00 3 CO 6 00 6 00 3 00 6 00 2 00 of Robert Ingram J W Sublett & Bro Assignee of J W Sublett 00 J W Sublett & Bro Assignee 30 of Eubank & Son 00 J W Sublett & Bro Assignee G W Pickett 90 R M Cooper 12 12 94 75 CCRoe S P Sullivan 12 00 Jake Chelf Assignee of R B Tucker 00 Jake Chelf 00 Jake Chelf 00 Estel Wingler 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 3 2 3 00 110 50 26 00 3 50 John Eubank J G M Willis . F Stults Jo Rosenbaum Coffey Assignee JasN" Murrell Dr N M Hancock s N M Hancock J N Qpffey Assignee Frank Burton V Sullivan W B Patteson Bank of Columbia Assignee J B Barbee Assignee Walk- 6 00 12 00 58 36 22 Virgil H Blair 300 Elbert Sanders 12 00 J C Webb 00 85 00 JN 26 00 26 00 2 00 5 00 264 2 00 15 00 L W Dixon 2 OQ Tom Neat 2 00 O H Morrison Joel Darnell Reed Hardware Co J E Burton 50 A C Brummett 50 G F Stults 00 Wm Watson R A Hutcherson 3 90 30 13 2 57 "'" Rexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion " Nyals Cod Liver Oil Wine Rexal Emulsion A. D. S. Write us for Quotations " 42-8- 3 00 1 87 3 00 5 25 3 00 3 00 I 00 11 56 8 00 3 00 8 00 Vinol " Bottle "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" Sixth & 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 3c 50-1- 00 .100 89c 50c 83c 83c 1.00 CITY HALL PHARMACY, Jefferson KY LOUISVILLE, 26 00 20 00 19 J J Humphrey W L Fletcher Burton HT Baker Assignee of B V Hovious H T Baker Assignee of Bradley & Gilbert Co ' ,7 P Beard Assignee of Rubin ' Floyd J P Beard Assignee of Mary Milam ' J P Beard Assignee of Mrs Ermine Leach J P Beard Assignee of Gordon Montgomery J P Beard Assignee of Eubank & Son J P Beard Assignee of Dr W R, Grissom P Beard Assignee of Dr C J M Russell P Beard Assignea of Joe Reard J p Beard Assignee of Jas N Murrell J P Beard Assignee of G F Walker Bryant W W Kirtley 00 W W Kirtley Jw Reese 70 95 R L Roe v W G Ellis 26 00 Oscar Sinclair W H Lemon 25 00 B F Rich Dr .1 C Ghose 246 75 E W Burton ,1 W Foster 250 'v it 130 25 er Bryant 2 00 Bank of Columbia Assignee 2 00 T A Murrell 2 00 Bank of Columbia Assignee 2 00 Coomer & Gowen 121 80 P Miller & sons 13 00 N M Tutt 18 00 G W Rubarts Assignee F G 2 96 Gabbart 2 96 G W Rubarts , Assignee F G 3 M4 Gabbart , ' 2 00 DrUL Taylor 2 00 Bruce Montgomery Assignee J Verven Compton WF Allison 132 05 T M Corbin G W Morgan 125 00 Deed Smith J W Hood 107 50 A W Roe 39 00 O B Conover4 00 3 00 5 00 125 00 ' " -- . - 3 00 1 00 344 Finis Harvey J S Hovious 100 50 F H Bryant . s Mannie Kemp GO " ' j. 20 2 2 2 ' 3 2 3 4 2 3 2 5 00 DrETSallee W H Burress G E Walker , " t ' 250 13 E A Rpse 00 W.P Price ElbertNell 8 . 39 00 FJ.Hardrick ' Stults Geo Montgomery 6 00 M Cravens J ; j P Beard Assignee of Woodson Baker P Beard Assignee of WH .. JJurress Mike Winfrey 26 00 L O Taylar Assignee of JA Diddle ." 19 50 Miss Pearl Hindman 2 .30 Cornelius Moss 18 00 00 Bruce Montgomery Assignee" 58 Wheat & Williams 51 00 58 Bruce Montgomery Assignee 64 Geo Redman 58 50 84 Bruce Montgomery Assignee 64 Luther Williams 35 25 12 Bruce Montgomery Assignee 00 Geo Redman 26 CO 80 Bruce Montgomery Assignee 84 Rose & Willis 26 00 00 Russell & Co 24 05 12 Russell & Co Assignee Tim B Cravens 400 Russell & Co ,12 95 Braxton Massie Assignee N , R Roach , 86 82 Braxton Massie Assignee DrV. 11 00 JH Grady 80 L Akin , '. . ,' 2 00 00 t'iG A Atkins 2 56 - Al Coomer .' H V Hurt Boss Pickett N Rodgers Boss Pickett Arch Scaggs O W Willin W C Leach S ' 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 50 00 00 U. G. HARDWICS, Prts. J. H. COCKE, V. Pre$. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec 00 85 W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1839 00 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 11 70 35 14 96 F Harvey F Bault DEALERS IN Wilmore & Moss A K Rupe B ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 Bank of Columbia Assignee of Wm Patton Y E Hurt A J Garnett J Corbin v .3 CO GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TrilKTeeNTtt-MftI- N, LOUISVILLe 15 00 0 40 n Mike Grant W N Grant R H Kimbler L P Tarter E F Hancock E F Hancock G W Sparks W A Corbin W R Rowe ' . ,, Alonzo Blacky , . -- 1 3 00 6 40 3 00 5 50 ' 3 60 4 00 3 00 8 93 . 3 25 v ' SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work " P Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - 3,00 s:oo JOBBING WORK SOLICITED; 3 00 -' 411 t (Continued . to 3rd page,)' l 4-- -- ' r - -- ,' t it 2k 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS T A Green J W Hadiey (Continued from 2nd page.) Wf J tion 97 00 131 75 h SLPisher N R Roach Ic Gabbert L J Wilkerson W J Bean U G Stayton Bake- - Jessie T M Hancock cts ad valorem tax on $62-300 737 wrongfully listed 4 25 6 per cent penalty .on taxes 10 30 released Dec 1st ' 3 00 Commissionafter collecting for 21 63 21 5 00 1912 Pearl Hindman Supt receipt Dated March 9th 1912 Pearl Hindman Supt 15 cents ad valorem tax on 2 92 518 14 . WG Pickett P W Pickett 3 3 3 3 3 3 00 40 00 Total Debit General Fund Total Credit General Fund by $9,391 85 10,145 13 9,391 86 00 70 Balance due 'Sheriff on 753 27 FUND WE Todd 00 3 00 Gen. F. R B Lcgan R A Cooley S T Bennett .T A Richards J B Barnett . C W Pollard SH Hadiey W G Ellis Mont Sinclair 3 4 20 3 3 3 3 4 4 1 3 3 3 7 3 00 25 14 95 00 14 RECAPITULATION ROAD DEBITS cts ad valorem tax on 4,057 98 25 71 67 48 39 99 17 11 $2 898 557 cts ad valorem tax on $18 364 00 00 25 45 60 Franchise tax on Bank of Franchise tax on First tional Bank Bank Na-- . TELoy Milt Burton . 50 00 00 00 Franchise tax on Citizens Franchise tax on Columbia Telephone Co W G Johnston Tom Young Dan, Carroll "Jas Thomas E B Morgan rf 4 - the blue. "Mustaches," says a well The Poultay Yard. Far beneath the cold, cold! A. H. Ballard, known barber, "are coming back: 3 00 Franchise tax on Farmers Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. clay lies the body of our brother, 3 00 Bank, Casey Creek 14 00 into style. First call for sour Copy attest, Walker Bryant, Clerk-3 00 6 per cent penalty on unpaid To much corn meal is not who has passed away. Soon his By L. O. Taylor, D. C ' strainers. Ray Page 9 37 taxes Dec. 1st 26 80 body will return to clay, but his j goa for young chicks. 3 00 J W Jessie , 'Ragtime is dying out," says soul will never fade even unto ' Apoplexy and eggbound are 3 00 J N Fletcher 8 4,265 42 The One That Has Gone Away." Wm, Humphress 3 00 a musical journal. If so, it is CREDITS. the Judgment day. j the result of excessive fat. 3 00 By certificate of allowance Jas M McQuerry $3,418 20 He has vanished from our view 6 15 i Milk in anv form is hntV mpnt- dying a horrible and lingering J W Thompson cts aa valorem tax on He played among the grape- but our thoughts of him will death. 3 95 $62 737 wrongfully listed J C England 87 83 and drink to laying hens. 3 00 6 per cent penalt on taxes re Isam Kearns vines and nestled in the leaves. never perish, but will always to A Boston man stole his wife's A 3 00 leased after Dec 1st No one kind of grain will give LC Perkins a 95 He played hide and seek around our mind be new. T A Furguson 3 00 Commission for collecting 345 42 clothes the day their divorce as good result's as a variety. R L Beard 3 00 . the old barn, and sang beneath He has gone we hope to that 3 0!) L G McClistef Get seed of the nest egg trial was to come up. She won, $ 3,853 40 its eaves. mortal city of eternal bliss, where groundmnd-groJas T England 2 35 Total Debits on your own nest i her suit. Milt Burton 3 00 Road Fund He sang to the cornfield, he sorrow is not and tears never j $1265 42 eggs. H L England 3 00 Total Credits yV "Lifeboats occupy too much sang through the day; he sang flow. His earthly loved ones he Chas Sinclair 3 00 on Road Fund :J853 40 Observe which' hens are the space," said a shipbuilder recent-l- y. from early morning dawn to the must miss until they greet him 11 60 Chas Sinclair the best layers and breed from 3 00 Balance due by RCNeal Volumes may be written on closing of .the day. in that Golden city all aglow. f'VQTV Hose Wooten 27 55 Sheriff on Road F $ 412 02 that remark. And often when the blazing Written in memory of Luke R. VliCllJ 3 00 I therefore find thai A D Patteson. 0 M Tabor Lnereis-notmncastruittu ot Cleveland Burton 3 00 Sheriff of Adair County, Kentucky, is sunwas hiddfefjom his view Morris. JT1 mating, says a scientist, :is 'C R Hutchison 2 65 indebted to.said county in the sum of disease as damp, unclean ..qua" 0id mother had Arthur Stotts a dying art," but he probablyr' 300 $7o3 27 on the General Fund and. S4I& kffsfca S . ' r vr rters, iiiishr3mim into sliimhprtihp W L Farris 3 00 02 on the Road Fund making a tota'PBf will change his mind when pay: Expansion of Foreign Trade. The Champion Bridge Co 2500 00 $,ibo 29, less whatever Don't be too sure that your delinmferit would dream of days gone by, .?day rolls around. 1 was then shown a list of taxes the court may allow him fopthe birds have no lice; examine them and his school days he would !vear'i91L 97 polls erroneously charged With the renewal of German closely. A London woman "wears" a to said Sheriff and released All of which is respectfully reported. number, and when at dawn he borrowing from New York and by the court, which ordered .A. H. Ballard, Commissioner Bowel trouble in young chicks monkey suspended from her would awaken with a bound, he and list are filed herewith; London there comes from that Adair Fiscal Court. is often prevented and corrected neck, and without doubt the-was clasped to his mother's I therefore gave said Sher-riWitness my hand this May 16 1912 empire a most pessimistic note by the substitution of scalded monkey is proud of his pet. credit by 97 polls at Walker Bryant Clerk. heart bringing joy all around. as to the future of the industrial $1 00 each 97 00 By L. O. Taylor D. C. milk for water. Then with his hoe and scythe I was then shown an order of An eminent authority estiinterests of the country. he is off to the field, and by the Court releasing the ad vaThe heavy setters should have mates that the value of a baby lorem tax on $62,737 worth SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT. sweat of his brow he earns hia Many German bankers and shallow nest boxes and rather But then, of course, it of property which had been daily meal, then as the day leading political personages are flat nest, otherwise SCHOOL FUND. wrongfully listed, or belongthere will be is somebody else's baby. ing to persons who had 1911. would begin to close, and his of the opinion that the maximum many broken eggs. gone from the county, or dog begin to whine, we could see activity in manufactures, in conSome Clean-U- p Ideas. who have no property out A good preparation with which A Statement and Settlement of the him springing home to feed the struction and in financial promof of which to make said accounts of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of tion has been attained, and that to clean eggs that are soiled is taxes: I therefore gave hungry swine. Adair County Kentucky, of the collecA few days ago there was & said Sheriff credit by 21 cts But as months and years have for the coming four or five years vinegar diluted with water. clean-u- p tions and disbursements of the. fiifteen ad valorem tax on each $100 day at Owingsvilld, Ind. (15c) cents ad valorem tax and the fif- come and gone, he has grown to there will be a reduction in all Clean eggs sell better. worth for General Fund and slogan of the people on that 14 cts. for Road Fund G F 131 75 ty (50c) cents poll tax levied by the It should be the ambition of The is gone. The those classes of activities and Adair Fiscal Court at its April term manhood and RF 87 83 occasion was as follows: 1911, on all property and persons, not in thoughts of his early childhood that, in short, Germany is in for every poultry raiser, no matter I then gave said Sheriff credit "A town is as clean as its peo the Graded Common School District of by the 6 per cent, penalty have vanished from his memory. a period of liquidation, of busi- - how small his flock t0 be th the town of Columbia, and ordered colon the 21 cent ad valorem pie." ness contraction, of diminished best in the neighborhood. lected and paid to the treasurer of the He has wandered far away where tax each $100 worth on "An ounce of prevention is County Board of Education for the the billows roll and toss his home demand for labor that is certain property released by A dust bath under cover is a year 1911. the Court after Dec. 1st for He is en- to create depression and conse- necessity at all times, but worth a pound of cure." At the regular October Term of the and thoughts astray. the General Fund and 14 cts quent discontent of the people. "Let everybody shovel, rake Court, I was appointed listed with Uncle Sam to serve for the Road Fund GF 2 92 Adair Fiscal especially in the spring and sum- Commissioner of said court to settle oloonoinrr jrri hnrn T .ah RF 1 95 country in the fiercest of a There are indications in Great with A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair his mer when lice multiply rapidly, j 231 67 Geheral Fund Britain also of a feebleness in smoke ascend fo the sldes ,,,. county, his accounts of the collection battle or a sham. Total Credit on releases To.get profit cut of ducklings 89 78 and disbursements of the ad valorem Road Fund He is, sailing from his native the pulse .of general tra:e, but While you are cleaning don't tax of 15c on each SlOli worth of taxI then deducted this $231 67 the causes of this in Great Brit- iney must be sold as soon as L forget the back yard, . able property, and a 50c poll tax on each country to the foreign lands, and release from the total debit ain are .different from those large enough which is usually! .. taxable poll outside of the Graded when the scenes of foreign counon General Fund of $10, 145- It is m the back yard m which School District of Columbia, levied by 13 which leaves a debit for which are operating so adversely just before the down disappears. tries and the great and your real charactervmay be judged 0913 46 said court at 'its April term 1911 for the General Fund of the in Germany. It is about time now to prac-- i and your health estimated. ports recall to his memaid of the common schools of Adair I then deducted from the tocounty, and therefore, in the month-otal debit on Road Fund of ory his early days and boyhood Germany through an tice the ounce of prevention ion March 1911, I did make said settlement "An hour's work cleaning up $4565 42 the said release of Whitewash is good for j era of tremendous expansion in mites. sports. and report same as follows: $89 78 which leaves debit tne premises may save you monm I find the total taxable property in And as the billows roll and the her foreigrT and domestic com- the house and a dust bath for 4175 64 for Road Fund of Adair county for said year to be I then added the General Fund jof il,nes3- (great waves toss his floating merce; a remarkable develop- the hens. From this amount I deducted debit and the Road Fund Sweep out the whole germ the taxable property in the Graded home back and forth, then all is ment of her resources at home Tfc is a debit which makes a total . harmful nnrl fnsHv 656,362, leaving a darkness, and the storm is raging and abroad has caused a call up- 14 089 10 School District of debit of tQ permifc mQ balance of S2.260.559. I thfrfnro For collecting this amount 1 the disease germs, high, the captain cries; "We are on cash that had to be borrowed to gefc wefc and charged said Sheriff 15c on each $100 c,ean gave said Sheriff credit by worth of said amount, ad valorem tax lost! I fear that we must die." from the people of other;nations, "Make the back yard pay ba the commission allowed by warm dry conditions are in for said commonschooi purposes for the law of 10 per cent on the dividened in good health. See if Then he stands with folded and it ik-- the pay day that always djSDensabe 500 00 year 1911. first $5 000 which is you can make the dividened lar-I find the total number of persons in arms, his eyes set upon the skies follows such expanded credit 1 then gave him credit by 4 Adair county who pay poll tax to be and seems to say, God will which istroubling German man- Ducklings should not be al- - ger than tha of your neighbor." per cent on the remaining 363 56 3650. From this number I deducted $9 Q89 10 which is ufacturers, German merchants ilowed water, beyond what is 333 the number who paid poll tax in the shield me from all harm. "Clean up so the-- fly will pass GENERAL FUND RECAPITULATION necessary to quench their thirst. .Graded School District, leaving 3317. Then, as he turns a light the and German financiers v nUh and h fnr AWJ DEBITT AW kJNM. w VA AW I then charged said Sheriff with a poll until they are reasonably well j premiseg Be first to clean up m 3 3728 00 To 3729 tithes $1.00 each tax of 50c on each of the polls for the wind is ceasing, the waves are causing them to curtail their 18 00 18 tithes at $1 00 each feathered. said school fund for the year J911. running low then all is quiet, the operations on every hand. your neighborhood." 21 cts ad valorem tax on . I then charged him with Franchise old ship is floating 6086 97 557 still on the v,Q R'-it Tax on the corporations doing business rtrtfn A big basketful of chaff from "Clean up your premises sa' 21 cts ad valorem tax on 4 ,. , ., He hears ,the , in Adair County not in the Graded mighty ocean. the barn floor earlv in the morn- - that noxious odors know it not: Kl. , f 38 06 School District. captain's voice; the deck is all;are.,alarming capital through ing, will set fowls to work and and fevers shun it." Franchise tax on Bank of CoI then charged him with 6 per cent., 101 22 lumbia penalty on all unpaid taxes on Decem- aglow; the men O' war are rush- - therremands upon it, and vast Ppare them to relish their The ministers of the own of Franchise tax on First Naber 1st 1911, which made said Patte. ing back and torch, and the onrrto Jvf rr.rtr,Q o breakfast. hai'n nf.Mm tion Bank 59 99 axe uunij ul Owingsville were requested" utiucu son's debits as follows,: great monster is once again in abroad luuiicj inuciiigkingdom Franchise Tax on Citizens instead of the DEBITS When two hens are hatching through the local press, toBank .25 67 motion. past years. as in To 15 cents ad valorem tax Franchise tax on Columbia their respeutlve'suj,.' at the same time put' all the Telephone Co. Then far across the waters he on $2 260 559 j. 2 10 ' 84 $3390 This withdrawal of British in- chicks as they hatch under one pits Sunday, that Monday" Franchise tax on Farmers Franchise tax on Farmers sees a city; Nearer and nearer Bank, Cane Valley Up Day." Cleanliness 22 4B Bank Cane Valley hen and the unhatched eggs ' 16 02 they come. He sees the stars vestors from the enterprises of Fjanhhies tax on Farmers Franchise tax on Farmers isnext to, Godliness," so..saith. uuder the other. Bank, Casey Creek 21 00 Bank Casey Ceek' 15 00 and stripes floating, the flash of the kingdom and th6 transfer of the seripturey. 6 per cent penalty on unpaid 8317 titche3 at 5o cents each 1658 50 fire, then the loud report of guns much movable capital to other 6 per cent penalty on unpaid taxes Dec 1st It is a mistake to feed sour or 40 19 'Tis his welcome spheres og action, is really caus tainted food. All food that is taxes Dec 1st 28 71 are heard. A sprained ankle may as a $10,145 13 Se,. t. home again. The masts are mg .t up an nour aicer ieed-t- o cured in from three to four days-b- yruleap- CREDITS a transtormatioaof business oc eaien $5109 07 plying Chamberlain's Linimenband ob--) By certificates of allowance ' $86,43 05 CREDITS lowered, he 'steps ashore and a degree that will hasten the ing should be gathered up and serving the directions wity 97 polls released iroro taxa? fcacfriottle. j By receipt Dated January 3rd spreads the glad tidings to his political, industrial and social thrown away. For sale by Paull Drug Co. j "j LO Wheat CD Gilpin 20 25 Franchise tax on Farmers Bank, Cane Valley 140 friends once more. crisis which that kingdom is And now we see him coming. surely in for. 1000 00 He is coming homeward. NearThe forced slowing down of each 100 worth of $53 030 er and nearer he comes, then German trade property released by order activities, the dis- He turbed and disjointed conditions 79 55 pauses at the old yard gate. of Court 6 per cent penalty on 15. cents is bent, his brow is clouded, he of business i.uicouuuimi,givei ad valorem tax on $20 523 Khas met his awful fate. The! worth of property released f na nnJ ,. j by Court after Dec 1st 1 tf shell of a U. S. gun has crushed L. eApurierf of the United ,. , a . . .. 4 per cent commission for mm aown. tie is helpless, and collecting $5 027 07 201 11 his once strong frame is drawn. javoroble opportunity to secure $2282 52 is strugling between life and PoreiSn markets than they ever RECAPITULATION have had ofiered them- Total Debits on School Fund 5109 07 death, gasping for each coming be;re iliey bnoum smKe tnose Total Credits on School Fund 22S2 52 breath. He has served his term kets PromP y merged Balance due by Sheriff with Uncle Sam, and now he ap - m" $2826 cally and lose no time in their Peals to him for help, he hears efforts to secureiv establish v ty, Kentucky, is indebted to the School him not. He must fade away themselves as sources of supply Fund in said county in the sum of and trust the other shore. He $2,826, balance for the year 1911, sub to the population of all the conject to.the delinquent taxes allowed by must bid his friends adieu, and the court. trust that we may meet beyond tinents. Cincinnati Enquirer. $1000 00 . mann-Panhivm- Short Stoos. 9 A woman who read 6,000 novels in 34 years has died. Can you blame her? i i oT muchiDu.. ; pessimiSt is one to whom Swat the Fly!" sounds louder L"rt" jr,cJr u.m. uaii: a For amateur wireless ators the signal is B meaning "Don't butt in. " a oper-H-e If I tZTLT. re- : j An old fashioned summer does not necessarily go with an old fashioned winter. j I One fault to be found with the Mississippi is that it insists in' All of which is most respectfully spreading itself every spring. 14 95 ported. l I ' j I - I w w - J i - ! . r . I . .y er. - j - v j ff 1 $23-1- 93 f mag-nifide- nt I f has-gon- I ! j j j j I M " - j to-da- i rf . AAA - 1 $2-89- 8 $18-36- j nof . j I . ! rom ' -- is-"Cle- an - I - I V .& t ! -.- - fcSfr fiw& t r K r -- X 4 r THE ADAIR COUNT of this city, will in the near future, extend a formal invitation to Hon. Henry Watterson to pay him a visit and spend a few days in this hospitable town, making the Governor's residence his home while here. But few persons in Adair county ever met the great editor, but many have been reading after him for more than thirty years, and have been greatly enlightened by his writings. If Mr.-- Watterson can find it convenient to give this rural hamlet a visit and deliver one of his lectures while here, he would be heard by an immense throng of people Kentuckians who admire'him on account of his great ability and good citizenship. If Gov. Hindman receives a favorable answer, the News will let the people know the day Ws COming. We un- aild date derstand that Mr. Watterson' s grandmother was born in Adair county; tnat ne is reiatea to tne late Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) who was born a few months after his parents removed to Florida, Mo., from this " NEWS fRE "ADAIR COUNTY HEWS Gov. il. R. Hindman, Published Every Wednesday BY THE - - Adair County News Company. Incorporated.) CHS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to the the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-offlce i!i!!iigili!MSilili!i;!iiliSigPi;i;i;iipj Look Your Binders and Mowers Over " - as sec- - WED. JUNE., 5. 1912 Democratic Ticket. For President OSCAR W, UNDERWOOD, of Alabama. Announcements Fnr"PnnfSrcc WO arP flnttmrfwrf ' w- - Report to us REPAIRS Needed at once and Save EXPRESS We are ready to Furnish you Deering Bind ers, Mowers, Rakes, and Twine. Prices Right. f mnnnn Ion. Chinn a candidate for Congress in the dghth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held Au- gust, 3rd. The Jeffries Hardware Store Sullivan. v clear signs of approaching victo- long as his pame shall be before ry next November and the elec- that convention, and to use all Canvassing for votes by Col. tion then of a Democratic Pres- honorable effort to secure his 3, 1912 Roosevelt and President Taft ident and Vice President, and nomination. came to an end when the vote of thereby Mr. Vanzant won as a candirestoring this govern"Seventh We heartily indorse New Jersey was taken, the state ment again date for Chairman of the State to the people, and the present able and progressive 4.: n iiULl rfj CACWUVC n 11111111,- going tor Mr. Koosevelt. It taking it from the trusts, monop- - administration of our State under iUU looks like the former President . t olies and protected interests of our officers, led by our distin- t -hn 1. I t J "aa tllc .. S. dUVdllwKe ui maLiuuLeu tne count;ry guished Governor, the Hon. ' Tn the State Democratic Con- - strength, and many believe that becond We reaffirm our al- - James B. McCreary, and we in- L vention Adair county divided her he will be nominated at Chicago, legiance and devotion tQ dorse the fulfillment by the re- seven votes, four for McCreary There are others who are of a principIe3 of our party as ex cent General Assembly of the and three for James. different opinion, and who be-- : prtfMed n of ational promises made by our party in WiU M" winf0Ut Platforms, and especially in the its State platform adopted in . Mr. J. C. C. Mayo, of Johnson i Um national platform adopted at 191L county, will succeed Hon. Urey .wan, ,auu Denver in 1908. "Eighth in the interest of Woodson as Kentucky's member ., --. the National Committee and the ..m.- - i. m. . . n . - .xi of the Democratic National Com- iiiuu vve muurse tne uemtu wb earner anuf IO .v. i ttvII VrV-ocratic record of the National business man, we favor an hon- mittee. liiiucu iu uu wnn iioHiiiiauiig it f Renresentativps. - and revision of our national bank- ...either one of the asPirants hence of Democratic Senators in It comes from Oyster Bayhatj their ing and currency laws which will Col. Roosevelt maynot fight ,the instructed vote and the effort fo fuffilI the Democratic create a safe and elastic system, ' Sbnator Root for .temporary deC1S10ns m COntests are going promises and pledges made to t,- -. i T.lr.1T-1v... ..P.Cxxu s the people." l0 cuc 30me ngure' Mr' Chairman of the Republican Na-- ! prevent any dominant political leaders claim that he will be; tional Convention. ' Fourth The only justifica- - or financial control and render re- nnminofal ' tirViila "'rtl ' ' : cation for the levying of custom curring panics, wit their attendmanagers say mac ne aireaay Or Americans are leaving Old other taxes is the raising of ant loss and suffering, impossi- a "J 1;1'" " ""-- " Mexico m large . numbers by "ao the necessary revenues for the ble'" w,uveiluou W1U IIieec on cne locn economical conduct of the Gov every tram. Uncle San ing his head, and it is not unlike- of this month, and after an or- Baltimore Delegation. Ionization his h v ly that a spanking will be necesty to so revise the tariff " .'the. ale will soon be told. Mr. that the Heavy burdens now im- ' DELEGATES. sary. e Gov. McCrea- Roosevelt will attend the conven- posed for the benefit of the spe- ' . ry, former Governo Efeckham, n , "in "- - TTlll iOT-u- """ on. ""x lcawii v.in5 two nunarea anan twenty-eicr- . i iifiiriii mar ijrr iiiL.i ix benator-eiec- t James, J no. U. U. filprl with day before the day fixed for con-!,- ., fcfa shoulder;J contests have been of the greafc mass. Mayo. Justus Goebel, Allhe W. . Secretary Hayward oftheNa - .vemngofthe clans. President p ftf nnr np , . w ff v vw. w.iui UU1.UU11UW Young, Ben Johnson and Owsley tionol Republican Committee. Taft may also attend, but there the Republican party for its Stanley. The hearings will begin at is no announcement to that ef- failure to give such relief and First District Dr. F, G. La- fect at this writing. Chicago especially for its enactment of rue, Livingston; Allison Tyler, the Payne-Aldric- h tariff law. Caldwell. Democratic Resolutions. , "In addition to the repeal of, -While the State Democratic Vega District La iflp Inmn ittViis1 Convention was stormy in the The following resolutions were fVi nrnfonfim fo Clements. Daviess: Perrv Miller. outset it wa3 closed harmonious- adopted by the State Democratic have created and fostered the TT Ulll-ly, a regular love feast held In Convention which assembled in j trusts, we promise such legisla-- 1 Third District John H. Duras may be necessary to strength-- 1 Democrats of Louisville a few days ago: other words the ham, Simpson; W.. L. Porter, laws, and make Kentucky are all together, ready A strong indorsement of the en .anti-truBarren. candidacy of Champ Clark for certain the punishment of all to fight the common enemy. Fourth District J- - L Druien, President, and pledging him those controlling and profiting Nelson; M. H. Beard. Brecken-ridgby such unlawful combinations. All Democrats in Kentucky are Kentucky's vote was the chief "Fifth We with pleasure anfor Champ' Clark, and all Demo- feature of the report of the ResFifth District W. 0. Head, crats of the Commonwealth olutions' Committee, which was nounce that we favor the nomi- W. B. Haldeman, John H. Whal-leshould be satisfied with the action as follows: nation of one of Kentucky's naconvention. We of the State Be it resolved, by the Dem tive sons, the Hon. Speaker Sixth District C. B. Terrell, like to hear a Democrat speak ocrats of Kentucky, in delegate Champ Clark, of Missouri, as Trimble; M. L. Downs. Campopeniy Deiore an event wnat ne convention assembled, regularly the Democratic candidate for bell. is for, and if the men and measures advocated by him go down, begun and held in Louisville, President of the United States, Seventh' District, J. N. Cam-deand declare that he is worthy of up with the majority and Kentucky, May 29, 1912, that, line Woodford; J. T. Hinton, battle for those who were victor "First As Americans, proud the confidence and support of Bourbin. ious. That would be Democratic;. and jealous of our country's all Democrats and all other paEighth District Dr. W. R. any other course would create a name and position among the na- triotic citizens. Ray, Shelby; Robert'Jvans, "disturbing element. Therefore, tions of the world, we deplore "Sixth The delegates-at-larg- e let every Democrat get in line the humiliating contest now be- selected by this convention and Rnvlp. ' v v" Nmthv District Proctor K. and be ready for ;the ' fall campaign. If Roosevelt is nominat- ing waged by the President and the delegates from each and y Malin, Boyd; J. N. KehoeJ MaCongressional district of son. of the United State ed the Democratic party will Kentucky afre instructed to cast have te keep awake,, and if Mr,' .for the Republian nomination. Tenth District Judge. D. Wv votes as a unit in the ap- - Gardner; Magoffin J? Q chosen, it.need not make "We congratulate the people their Taft is up its mind to sleep on him. of the nation upon the unity of proaching Baltimore convention ' '' A little later and there will.be purpose existing among the for the nomination of the Hon. EleventhDistrictWilliam rattling oi dry bones. Democrats everywhere and the Champ Clark for President as .Sampson, Bell; R Q Ford,'Bell; date for Corifress.in this the Eighth District, subject "toj the action of the Democraticlprimaryltoibe held August j We are authorized to announce J. A. Sullivan, ofMadfson county, a candi- place. Wl!i!illMPPliPllffiiPliliiniiiiifi Nat Sewell, Laurel; Dr. A liff, Knox. Gat- - son, alternates. N. W. Utley, Lyon; Herman Southall, Christ- State-at-Large i.i -- ' 4. -- . W"'"" I i I 4 . 4 - aX.- - , I j Bradburn, Warren; J.A.Donaldson, Carroll; A. D. Martin, Franklin; M. M. Red- wine, Elliott; Walter Harkins, Floyd; Ben Lee Smith, Pulaski, First District Dr. Robert V. ian; B. ! t "i-V- . '"T: Scott, McCracken; M. L. Chis- man, Calloway, Second District Dr. J. W. New Democratic Mate ComnMtees. Knox, Hancock; L. G. Romey, , - Garrard; W. I. Thompson, Spencer. Ninth District J. W. Riley, Rowan; Assistant, A. A. Stamper, Wolfe. Tenth District J. C. Childers, Pike; Assistant Rebel Martin, Knott. Eleventh District-Ca- rlo Little Clay; Assistant, W. W. Duffield, Harlan. I i Tr T - - M - 4- - a w L i . 1 - ! . . -. , : , ! Yl-T- " 4 a0, ; . , , 5 j is-sha- -- i ' ; "?.?' State-at-Largw, -- -- i . . . -- nt i i i :r.f-t.--- fa i;fj i,r-- 4?-- ( , v- - J l i I to-morr- Webster. Tnira District J. K.bandusky Metcalfe; B. W. Bradburn, War-e- st ren. Fourth Distr jctW. Q. Jones Grayson; C. J. Hubbard-- , Larue. . Flftn District Charles H. Knightj Judge w B Fleming, Samuel L Robertson Sixth District--W. Dorman, Carroll; T. F. Curley, Boone. Seventh District-- E 1 w o o d Hamilton, Franklin; Ambrose Dudley Henry. Eighth District Dr. C. W. Kavanaugh Ninth District- - Silas Strong, ... hJreatmtt; r. j. limg, Harrison. Tenth District Major Geo. Webb, Letcher; James . D. Perkins, Knott. Eleventh District No Alternate named. 11 W T-- - STATE CENTRAL BODY. Chair man Ru fus State-at-Larg- e Montgomery; Logan. Vansa nt. W. B. White, A. G. Rhea, First District W. A. Berry, McCracken county. Second District McLean county. J. W. Boston, -- -- Third District-- M. F. Moore, Muhlenberg county. Fourth District W. C. Montgomery, Hardin county. Fifth District W. P. Jefferson county. Sixth District W. N. Hind, Kenton county. Seventh District J. W. Gayle, Mc-Dono- gh, Owen county. Eighth.District "Mercer county. R.W. Keenon, A. William Young, Rowan county. State Democratic Electoria! Ticket State-at-Larg- Ninth District I ! i .- U. i st j e. n. . n, H. Tenth District James Spradlin, Floyd county. e Robert Hard Eleventh Districi Woodson mg, Boyle; H. V. McChesney, May, Pulaski county. Franklin. STATE EXECUTIVE BODY. Hazel-wooFirst District Robert Chairman Rufus Vansant Carlisle county; Assistant W. B. White, Elector, Rainey T. Wells, Callo- tm iuii.giiiiy , . n ri t ugan. way. First District Herbert Carr, Second District D. H. County. Hopkins; Assistant, Oscar Fulton Second District J. A. Good-so- n. Letch, Henderson. Webster. Third v District W. C. Goad, Third District H. G. Lazarus, Allen: Assistant, E. A. Sunn Warren. rr.ers, Barren. Fourth District Fourth District R. L. DurFifth District James D.Reedy ham, Green; Assistant, John d, j State-at-Large ur.x-iie- a, Kin-chelo- e, Compbell, Grayson. ' Louisville. 4 . Fifth District KeithL. Bullitt; Assistant, R. L. Offutt ir. Sixth, District R. C.Simmons,, Kenton; Assistant, Blaine McLaughlin, Campbell. Seventh District J. T., Perkins, Leer Assistant, H. It. Bourne-- , Henry. ' ev-er- fix-Presid- ent Hatch-er,)PikeHw- -.i ji -- Eighth District-- R. LTomlin- - Sixth District William M. Hind, Covington. Seventh District M. .J. Meagher, Franklin. Eighth District J. Norton Fitch, Jessamine. '. Ninth Disfrict William" L. Bramblett, Nicholas. Eleventh DistrictrDzy Ed B. Dishman, Knox. - ' . v t, THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j wedding was kepta" secret until this1" week. ' - Miss Montra Rodgers, who has been teaching in Oklahoma for a year, has'-- returned home and will teach at Burdick the com- BaKing - Powde Absolutely Ptjr Makes Home Baking Easy No other aid to the housewife is so great, no other agent so useful and certain in making ing term. Miss Elizabeth Turner, a student of the L. W. T. S., your town, returned to her home this week. Mr. Geo. Brown lost three head of stock and Air. Laf e Rich-erso- n lost a valuable horse cur- To ' . . 1 Users of '. McCormack BINDERS and MOWERS - In order to save express charges, let us know at once what repairs you now need aifc ' , -- " for your Binders and Mowers. Wh& - delicious, wholesome foods The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime Phosphates ing the storm last Friday night. The teachers Institute will be held at Lebonan this year. It will be the same time as the Chautauqua. Mr. G. H. Gowdy is having several modern business houses erected. The building for the home of the Taylor National Bank will be the most in Central Kentucky. Tobacco and tomato setting have had the attention of many this week. Plants are plentiful and the usual average will be Tri-coun- ty up-to-da- W Reed W Hardware $& Company ifie; a$? te rz3V&gm ONTR 9 Rubber Tires $12.50, $14.00 MOP dnwa the throat of a "eapey" c.vcken destroys the worm and saves the chick's life. A tew droos in the drinWnff vata and $15.00 GOFF BROS. & COFFFY. WHY set. R. H. Turner is visiting relRowena, all dental studeuts, were here atives in Hardin county. Thursday, en route to their respective Robt. Guinn is very ill with homes. Mr. Allen "Walker is on the sick list. Miss Ollie Crockett, who visited Miss 'heart trouble in Campbellsville. recovery is doubtful. Mr. Henry Coleman. Lebanon, wa Alva Knight, Jamestown, after the L. His W. T. S closed, returned to Columbia here Monday. Dr. J. B. Buchanon is in Louislast Tuesday, and Wednesday morning Mr. E. O. Stone, Danville, was in left for her home, Nashville, Tenn. ville for a few days. His practice Adair last week. Dr. Jones. Menzies, who has beeu has been so great that a needed Mr. W. R. Lyon called on our gro- living at Marrowbone, Cumberland county, for the past two years, was rest was recommended. cery men last Thursday. Personal CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white iiarrhoea. roup, cholera and other chick diseases. mi nui MT i nun in idzuu. w h iimmi i.i That's Q 350.00 a Week, almost S10.Q a Day MAIrT iTiHrvL Selling Victor Safe3 and fire-pro- of well-to-d- o nioney-manlnff connnn Cae 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ot this medicine on hand. Write for free sample Rnd Booklet on "Diseases of. Fowls." Address BOURBON REMEDY CC11PAMY, Lexington, Ky. Mr. Henry Hurt was in Louisville a here last Friday and informed the News that he was making arrangeday or two of last week ments to return to Columbia, and that Mr. J. B. Barbee was in Louisville a himself and family would be here, he few days of last week. thought, in about two weeks. Dr. B. F. Taylor and his daughter-in-law- , Dr. Leonard Jones, was at Creelsboro Mrs. Jame3 Taylor, of Bridgeport, professionally last week, were here one day last week. We unMr. W. E. Bradshaw returned from derstand that Dr. Taylor is thinking Louisville last Friday morning. seriously of becoming a resident of Mr R F. Paull and Mr. Fred Hill this place. He is an enterprising genwill spend this week in Monticello. tleman, born and reared near ColumMrs. Cosby Mcbeath and little son, bia, and it is but natural for him to want to return to his first love. are visiting here from Monticello. Mr. Jo Rosenfield, middlesboro, is spending a few days with hisfamily here. Rev. D. H. Howerton preached at Salem last Sunday. His congregations are always glad to hear him. Mr. Tom Robinson, of is contemplating buying a Elk-hor- n, Sold by boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and farmers, all of whom realize the need or a safe, but do not know how easy! tistoown ineV Sale3ien declare our proposition one of the beqt, clean-cu- t opnortuni-tie- s ever received. Without previous ence YOU can duplicate the success of experiothers. Our handsomely illustrated cataloe .....v, JV,u i,u SUDjeCl lO CU8-luc owe's i" as interesting manner as though you wore piloting tnem through our factory. a il-appointed as salesmen receive advice and instructions for selling safe, civiix' whlc,11 ll - i PolWe tor rtnnV'vm? be,ttnsJK,V,t.s apply your tHM-imjm-icjJ- k PAULL DRUG CO. Columbia, Ky. We can favor only one salesman out of each locality. from vicinitv ltasnlZI.7u .J.RZ 'rclu,: m''JJ 1 Obituary. motor car. LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations Hatcher. steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows Cutters Shipping Canriers Bulls Feeders Mr. Wm. Irvine, Russell Springs, is j visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. H. WilTaylor county had the larg est son. delegation that ever attended a Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ballard are Every spending a few days in Louisville this, convention at Louisville. good Democrat was an accredweek. Mr. B. F. Chewning and Mr. Beecher Pierce, revenue' men, are at home for a month. CATTLE The subject of this sketch, Elzie Creel Reynolds was born in Adair county, Ky., June 16th, MARKETS 1854, and died at his late home in Amarillo Tex., May 3, 1912. on Live Stock He left Kentucky in 1875 and went to Missouri where he lived $7.0O(&tf.50t , TheMth anniversary ofonr company was celebrated ly erecting the most modern ffi factory In the world. Wideawake men who received oar spfcial selling inducement, rendered 1 uecessa ry to double our output. We are spending many thousands of dollars our sales Orpaniz&tiOH, but to learn all particulars, n will cost you only the price of a postal card. Ask for Catalogue V 16T. THE VICTOR SAFE Our New Homo. Capaoiiy & LOCK CO. OHIO 20,000 Safes Annually." CINCINNATI, $ ited delegate. Stockers Mr. Arch Cowherd, one of the Choice milch cows best farmers in this county, is Common to fair cows . . . Mrs. James Garnett and litttle son, in a critical condition at his home, HOGS returned to Frankfort the middle of Bengal. He is an aged man and Choice 210 up last week.. his present sickness is partly Mediums, 165 to 210. Dr. Taylor and Mr. J. A. Hubbard Pigs of Liletown, were in Columbia last. caused by a fall he received the Roughs Thursday. latter part of the year. SHEEP AND LAMBS Mr. J. W. Hurt, who was quite sick Quite a number of dwellings J36Sw laillDS '.'..... 5.00 6.00 for two weeks, has improved in the 3.005.00 and other farm buildings have Culls last few days. Fatsheep Mr. Geo. W. Thomas, who has many been repaired at this place this GRAIN. imfriends in Columbia, was here a day or spring. Faint and other .two of last week. provements" adds to the looks Wheat. ,r i.i..My.. 105 0 Corn. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Bowmar, Lib- greatly. erty, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Local Market. Several from this place attendT. C. Davidson. ' Mrs. U. L. Taylor, who has been ed a moving picture show at quite sick for several weeks, ms im- Campbellsville Thursday night. 12 Eggs. proving very slowly. 8 represented the wrecking of Hens. It Mr. G. A. Moody and Mr. G. L. 15 Jones, of Hatcher, Taylor county, the Titanic. The show was not Chickens 3 Cocks . . . were here Monday, at all creditable and many seems Mrs. E. E. Cheatham and son, Gor- to think that they were fleeced 7 Turkeys 35.00-45.00 15.00-35.- 00 for 27 years. He was married 5.506.50lto Nellie Lucas Feb.. 14. 1878. , ., ...... 4256.00 3004.00 To this union were born six 2.003.00 children, two of them having 3.255.00 4.255.75 gone on before. The remaining 8.755.50 four are married and were at their father's bedside when the end came, In February 1902, he moved with his family to Ok7.75 7.65 lahoma where he lived for three 6.50 years. In 1905 he moved to 7.00 Amarillo, Tex., where he had. -7 J ) s& Si& i X since lived. in He was a kind an affectionate J II 3.00-4.- 00 Tc-3a- y. -- husband and father. For many years he was an active worker in the church seldom missing a service. He was for a number of years superintendent of Sun- l H day School and was Steward of the church for a long time. He kept up his church attendance as long as he was able to attend i i Save Mcney and cV k ft t ;md v.rcr. Faint Yoiac Cwa Carriage aifctr will resist wt 'hu It " 1 ; one- - cr.n rasily apply tht't I ctni t 95 " The Kind That Lasts " "Pee-Gee- &&m PAINT n " paint produces and your carriage will look bright and new. a beautiful, lasting finish. It is made of a good, durable coach varnish one that will stand wear into which the pigments or colors are thoroughly ground, and it is mixed ready to apply. Paint the enUni carriage with it, the running gear one color, the body another, rnere are ten beautiful shades to select from. Get color card from dealer. Manufactured by PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO.. Inc.. LOUISVILLE. KY. FOR SALE BY rtv1 CUU Vi-i- I HO 4VYV 1V1 Vit-V- i 1vito frtu fl"a UUUlbU rtAir ' 11CV" lUU of Bakerton, are visiting Mr. Bob Young this week. Miss Cowherd, of Campbellsyille, visited Miss Hattie Conover and Mrs. Ed Butler last week. Miss Katie Murrell has been suffering e with the since her return from Earlington, but is better. don, ear-ach- Mrs. R. H. Moss, (nee Miss Lena Hurt,) of Birmingham, Ala., is visiting her parents in Columbia. Mr. J. W. Huston, wife and daughter, Helen, and Mr.Deeir, who are temporarily located in Burkesville, visited here last week. Mrs. Jane Turk and Mrs. H. C. Walker, of Bradfordsville, were visiting relatives in Columbia and out in the ' county last week. -- ; Rev. J. W. W. Weldon ville fs in attendance. Rev, R. B. Grider. ofElkton, Ky:, passed through here last Wednesday, enroute to the home of his parents at at Montpelier, his sister "being quite -ill. r Messrs. K, S. Lesetr. Zendail, T. P. Stepheson, Rowena, and G. g. Dunbar, to-day. Presiding Eidefc-W.F- . Hogard will open District Conference at .Burkes- '' er wavered. 4 Geese His sickness began last Sepin a small way. '9 ; Ducks.. 1018 tember with heart trouble and A number of automobiles are Wool spring clipping. Repair Shop. 8 then in December he began to Hides (green) ducted by Rev. E. E. Robinson to be found on the streets of the Feathers 42 be bothered with stomach trou-- ; at Polk Street Methodist church. capital of our county. There are Ginseng I am prepared to do all kinds 4 00 of buggy work, painting, etc. , a 25 Lble, after a short time he seem- - a ,,,- -; iin Beeswax TVxas several prospective buyers. The specialty. Horse shoeing 60 3 50 ed to improve and was thought Buchanan Lyon Co. , have taken Yellow Root cents. Spring and road wagons o For Sale. May Apple(per lb) s. Jan-.- j to be getting better but in also put in condition. Work the agency for a popular car and W. 5. Eubank. uary he had a paralytic stroke j The Famous Parry Buggies. Price it is needless to say that they will Water street. Pelley. J H. Hustonville Base ball team from which he never fully re-- ! reasonable Columbia, Ky. push the sales. will play Columbia on Sarurday, covered. For Sale. Miss Ella Kerr, a graduate of the 15th. The game will be callthe Conservatory of music, Cin- ed at 3 o'clock p. m., Lindsey-Wilso- n The doctors advised that he STOCK NOTICE One 3 log wagon good a new, take jp trip as soon as. the weath- cinnati, is teaching a large class grounds. one Zvci. , Fish Bro. road wagon; was nice so he ana wire were Jersey Bull er E. Cannadal at the home of Mrs. Fanny Wade Sano, Ky. t(i visit Ken- We have a Thoroughbred Regisnear here. It will not be long . Ed Hunter, of color, . who was making preparation ., 'Jersey Bull that stand until any one may: be entertained given ten years in the. peniten-tor- tucky, but a few days before they tered gate, t our home fD." at the E. Jones was carried to Frankfort were, to start he was taken with at $1.00 1. H'- Janes in most of our homes wih the Stanford road 1 miles on the last week by sneriff A. D. stomach sickness which baffled from Columbia. ' strains of instrumental music. 8t "' ' " great the doctors. He suffered a Garrison Bros. Decoration day was appropriVeterInany Surgeon" V deal for two weeks and then and fianti&t: Liberty church There Is no deal need! of anyone being ately observecl at your Now is, ?7, gradually got weaker until on tires put the time to havefresh Rubber 9 years experience. Special attention on. I have rubber troubled; with constipation. ,(Jhamber-lain'- s Thursday. will cause agreeable May 3, 1912. He passed frorir made thisy ear, prices lower than ever. given to Surgical and .Dental work. Tablets Mr. Robert'Gibson and '.Miss and am prepared to paint Buggies, also Office at residence near Graded mnvtmonl. of the bowels withotlV. STW ' Irene Russell were married in i innieas"ant effect Give, the atrial. suffering into rest. call and get prices and see my work. :gt S. F. Eubank. Co, .May 4, con- PtlONBNO. 7. Funeral services Jeffersonsville April 28th. Their For Sale by Panll Drug first-clasi ; j -- 30-2t,. Paull Drug Co. "" we-wil- l y, -' Pat-teso- n. Jones Jones T , j School-buildin- I 6 . f jf' i & THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS Bowels are Basis of Child Health children, will soon discover that the rmost important thins in connection with is. child's constant good health is to keep the bowels regularly open. Sluggish 3owels will bo followed by loss of appetite, restlessness during sleep, irritability and a. dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at night on retiring and Tepeat the dose the following night if necessary more than that will scarcely be needed. You will find that the child will recover its accustomed good spirits cat once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether -- Hogwallow Doings. The careful mother, who watches jlosely the physical peculiarities of her . -- help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels .so that after a brief If Yam Sims and his yellpw use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. mule make many more flying Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular trips to Rye Straw and Bounding way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can Billows he will have to go callhave a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simplv addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., ing his stables a hangar. Monticello. III. Your name and address on a postal card will do. Mrs. Poke Eazley laid her box Sap Spradlen is scratching his head this week trying to decide f whether he will get married or s too powerful for a child. The homes of not. Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 1036 Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie B. GrifThe Mail Carrier says that fith, Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with after a fellow makes a round trip them, as witli thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. he is always ready for a square It is really more than a laxative, for it contains superior tonic properties which meal. ffsx9oos WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- eeeees PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful coueh and very weak. J had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help! me, but I was completely cured by AL ORa JUNG'S Mrs. I HENRY WATTERSON, Editor : J. E. Cox, Jolkt, $1.00 111. AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. Is a Nacional Newspaper, Democratic in politics.- - It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The Adair Countv News and Both One Year far $1.50. of snuff down in the presence of Mrs. Jefferson Potlocks the other day, and has not seen it since, as Courier-Journ- al AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Mrs. Potlocks also uses snuff. piiiitiiaiuiaiiiiitiiiiiutiiatitiaiaiuiautiituiiiiiuiuii . I Woodson Lewis The great Green River Merchan- H dise Distributor, has just Received a 5 Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- Shoes &c. in 3 rEi 1 1 EE The serial story that has been running in the Tickville Tidings for the past year or more came to an untimely end in the last issue by the couple getting married. 'A Sindey Hocks has received a f( picture of Miss Gondola Henstep 1 as a token of her undivided es - ' teem for him. It being too large 1 for his watch he will put it in ' f his clock. f The stepping stones placed 1 across the creek at Hog Ford will have to be replaced with bigger ones, since Washington Hocks has decided to cross there . J For $1.50 if you will give'or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Special Attnetin 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. STREET. ' ON BURKSVILLE Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.0D Joseph J H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2,00 Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut Jamstown, Kentucky, occasionally. rcaz tJanow tried out nis new Which he is offering at Popular prices. 50 Suits carried over at one Third - off. 55 S 5 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl - Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire i3 E fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. s Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers r at prices that defy competition and S that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and youSwill always know what you bought. ii ii $6.25 4.75 4.25 standing collar Sunday morning, and was forced to abandon th e idea of wearing it through the s day, as he could not swallow good with it on. 5 Little Fidity Flinders is going to rnipp n npf-- . frnrr frViis summer II j He has caught a tadpole and will Er watch it closely to see how it does when it goes to turn into a E frog. s The Mail Carrier brought in a E consignment of mustard plasters s on his trip this week. He had s them in his mail bag, and had s a hard time getting here as they pulled against his horse all the ' Why lS(9(s& mmmmmwM m 1111111 Not ' rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. S Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. Read The This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to Courier r: E: , way. The News, Columbia, Ky. i, Journal? HENRY WATTERSON X The first lizard of the season IH 5E was captured at the Dog Hill j5 church last Sunday during the T?a7 r1icrktroial camirirm j.vuj uivjurgtgu if vsu I Have uwtiiiwiii lb Full Stock of the back of the bench and put it escape from the charges against in his special lizard pocket which count of the public's strong sre alwavs to see something that this tantaHzing insect. Every Bone Fertilizers they are reliable up nrVhnrlv olco Viae airaf aaan probe into sanitary And you get you moneys worth. Cricket Hicks has now fully, Washi"Ston Hocks has let his problems is liable to disclose con- made up his mind to follow a Write me what you want. Also, E wheat thresher this season, Helong whiskers grow out again. ditions hitherto quite unsuspectSalt, Lime and Cement. a cnange ed; and the indictments already would rather have a job of un-- i in wm I will buy all your crop of wheatand brought against the house fly locking the thresher or somejin an enlared Picture he had pay cash for it, am now paying 5c without during the past few years charge other task in which he could made a few months a any whiskers. In a few days he responsibility for a long category per bushefmore than anyone esle. prove himself a hero. will take the picture to the of infections, including cholera Firsby Handcock's mule had a tintype artist at Tickville, but and various forms of dysentery, ARE YOU WITH ME? close shave from being run over don't know whether he will have diphtheria, erysipelas, contagiby his buggy Wednesday after- a new picture made or just have ous opthalmia, cerebro-spinal Satisfaction r noon. The animal was forced to some whiskers put on the old one. meningitis, anthrax and possicr travel at a breakneck gallop down in addition to tyTobe Moseley has decided what) bly small-por a long hill to keep out of the way to do with the large consignment phoid fever. of the buggy, which was running of rheumatism medicine he had at a high rate of speed at his left on hand after finding that it There is no deal need of anyone being heels. troubled with constipation. Chamberwould not cure him and was ab-- j lain's Tablets will cause agreeable Fit Smith, the only man in solutely no good. He is going to movement of the bowels without any QREENSBURG, KY. this section that ever owned a Give them a trial. put it on sale at the postoffice at unpleasant effect. Drug Co. For Sale by Panll bushel of snakes, and who carea reduced price and will dispose fully marked the spot where he ninimninimfflnifflninifflmmnnnnnnfflfnmfflminmK turned them loose of it to the public on a written In an interview at Washington late last fall, guarantee that it will cure any Senator Bradley expresses the has been looking for them since case of rheumatism or money belief that in the event of his dewarm weather opened up, but so The Adair County News Daily far he has failed to find hair or cheerfully refunded. feat at Chicago, Col. Roosevelt will bolt the ticket. hite of them. He says there is Courier-Journ- al House Flies and Disease. Both one no dependence to be put in The Court of Appeals has afsnakes. The house fly stands convicted firmed the death sentence passed Ends Hunt for Rich Girl. ache fainthjg and dizzy spells they pro Cricket Hicks has gone into as a disseminator of disease and upon Qal Miracle in Bell county Often the hunt for a rich wife ends mote. Everywhere they are woman's-whe- n the man meets a woman that uses j favorite remedy If weak or ailing try the wildest part of 'the Gander a carrier of contagion. . Ever for the murder of Dulcie Partin, Electric Bitters. Her strong nerves them ."iOc at Paull Drug Co. creek bottoms to find some of the since the investigation of the a woman. tell in a bright brain and even temper. wild flowers that the poets ay spread of typhoid fever in the complexion and rudy j The number of failures lt Her from restful sleeps; her elas-- i fid in the United States for tho have heretofore bloomed unseen. United States military camps The Lake Mohonk Conference t .n . ..!.... --llM c s,ep5 ,rurn f He will bring a lot of them back during the Spanish war of 1898, in its platform praised past weekf are 243, as against President telling of the health and strength Elec- 260 for last week, and 235 for a to Hogwallow with him. Much the evidence has been accumu- - Taf t for his services in the pahbp trie Bitters give a woman, and the free-- ! y ' there is .domrom indigestion, backache, head- - like Week of last year. interest awaits his return on ac- - lating, until of international pece. a r-- mwmmmwm m mmmmmmmm de-buttons Editor. We Can Furnish You , I far-reachi- ng ffo Ufafr t QQmty j i , and the ! "" Weekly J I Courier-Journ- al ( Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera Guaranteed: j x, I WOODSON LEWIS I I combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- I and year $4.00 pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. 3 when your child has whooping cough be careful to keep the cough loose and expectoration 'easy by giving Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as may be required. This remedy will also liquify the tough mucus and make it easier to expectorate. It has been used successfully in many epidemics and is safe and sure. For sale by Panll Drug Co. i ! peach-bloo- m report-lipsresu- a. M 2 to-da- "If T-f" m .f rtl THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gave Up Hope i "I Buffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting In my tide ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I cpuld do all my work. All the people around here said I would dtc, but Cardui relieved me." . CARDU I Woman'sTonic j 3 For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and welL During tins time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use o this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. i wrtte to: Laaies aqvisoit jjcpu, ijiauiuooKa mcmuuc u., wuuauuuia, "'"--49 book. Home Treatment for Women, sent tree. J for Special Instructions, and 64-pa- se gathering of friends and neighThe Farmer. bors. Here the bride changed her bridal costume to a travelPieceded by a round of The farmer was once caricaturS ing suit of gray with gloves and ed as the embodiment functions attesting to her ol ignorshoes to match. popularity in the community, ance and credulity. He was At the Union Station a large pictured as the preyjof gold brick Miss Nelle Callison, one of most beautiful and crowd of friends were there and venders. He was thought to be popular daughters, was united in pelted the happy T)ride and groom totally without savior faire in marriage Tuesday night at the with a shower of rice as they personal conduct and far behind Christian church to Mr. Grbver boarded the 10:10 train for a in a informawedding bridal tour of the northern cities. tion. Dean Walker. The 1911 FOR i was marked for its beautiful Upon their return they will go to But the day when such an idea decorations, and the hundreds of housekeeping at the mines of the of the former had such applicaBRIGHTER, BETTER,', friends who had gathered there Nicholson Coal Co., with which tion has gone and evidences that firm the groom holds a responsiBIGGER THAN EVER to witness the ceremonies. it is gone are to be found everyWhile awaiting the arrival of ble position. THE REGULAR PRICE OF where. n The bride is the daughter of the bridal party Mrs. S. H. Here is a very recent one: sang sweetly a solo, "Be- - Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Callision, "Questions asked the prospec- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES pioneer and honored residents of cause. tive jurors thus far have dis Promptly at 8 o'clock to the this city, and by her lovable disCallison - Walker. THE pre-nupti- al Jlid-dlesbor- o's LOUISVILLE TIMES breast-of-the-tim- es Fulk-erso- K H b 1 I J ' it t - It is now well known that not more Res. 'Phone 29., Office 'Phone than one case of rheumatism in ten re- quires any internal treatment whatever. t Dr, James Triplet! All that is needed is a free application of Chamberlain's Liniment rnd massagDentist. ing the parts at each application. Try and see how quickly it will relieve the pain and soreness. Sold byPaull JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA 40-- : sweet strains of Lohegrin's wedding march, played by Miss Vir ginia Warren, the bridal procession entered the West entrance of the church. Here the bridal party parted; the bridesmaids down the left aisle, followed by the bride leaning on the arm of her father, Mr, W. J. Callison, down the right aisle followed by the groom, accompanied by his best man, Mr. Arthur Harry. At the altar a pretty group was formed, and Rev. I. E. Reed, pastor of the position and charming manner closed the fact," says a news- IS the groomsmen Drug Co. KENTUCK) .J vf Christian church, performed the solemn and impressive ring service, making them man and wife. To the majestic strains of 4 wedding march the 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD bridal procession left by the East i We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long entrance. The church for the happy ocas our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. casion was beautifully decorated with a profusion of red roses, 5BINCH somen TTTVTVTTTTllw ferns and potted plants. Over &MCH the pulpit was .suspended interwoven hearts of red roses pierced f with an arrow also formed of red ssinch ELLWOOD WIRE FENCE Men-dellsoh- n's ATTTTvTTTIH1 has established herself as a prime favorite with both old and young in this city. The groom has been a resident of this sec tion for the past nine years and during this time he has held positions of responsibility and trust with several of the largest coal concerns in this district. He is now employed as bookkeeper with the Nicholson Coal Co., and is held in the highest esteem by his employers The presents, which compris-e- d the largest ever assembled on an occasion of this kind, consisted of many beautiful and costly articles, from the many friends of the bride and groom from here and abroad. A handsome silver service from the father and mother of the bride was amcjig the presents. Mr. and Mrs. Walker have the best wishes of their many friends in and out of the city, and may their life be one of uninterrupted joy and bliss. Middlesboro Record. Uncle Sam's Boot BlacR. 4 roses. ESSSFESnSSAi Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and;Brook. Louisville, Ky. by the evidence." Here a listner plucked our "Could you tell us how far it sleeve smilingly. He took us to is to the postoffice?" we asked one side and says: of the man standing on the rail"You won't get anything out way platform. of him if you quiz him all day. 'I have no idea," he replied. That's Pete Hobawot, who's 'Well, in which direction is been on so many "jury panels it has affected it,f him." Cbicago j 'I have not formed an opin- - Post. Miss Whitfield was gowned in ion. )? Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs. J 'Can we walk there or should white chiffon over white satin j After a frightful coughing spell a man trimmed in lace, silver and pearl wej take a car?" in Neenah, Wis., felt terrible pains in 'I could not say." nis side ana nis doctor found two ribs beads and white rose buds, and "There is a postoffice here, is lhad been broken, What agony Dr. carried a boquet of pink carna A Result Of Jury Service. The bride, a perfect picture of youth and beauty, wore a white charmeuse over white satin draped in spangled net, and a bridal veil of white tulle trimmed in white rose buds. She carried a shower boquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor, Miss Rachel Callison, wore a gown of pink satin trimmed in lace and pearls. She carried an arm boquet of carnations and ferns tied with pink satin ribbon. Miss Ralston wore white satin trimmed in white rose buds, and carried pink carnations. Miss Campbell wore a gown of blue meteor over pink messaline trimmed in pink buds, and carried pink carnations. When Congressman Hamlin,of Missouri, was investigating the State Department he made inquiries about a certain colored man who was on the pay roll at $2,000 a year, and whose duties didn't seem to be very well defined. Mr. Hamlin asked the department manager that the colored man did to earn his CAUSE money. paper dispatch of the trial of the packers at Chicago, "that If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDE farmers are closer readers of the TO US, YOU CAN GET newspapers, tnan are persons who live in the city. As a result the lawyers have found that men THE ADAIR COUNTY from the rural districts as a rule NEWS have divided opinions on government regulation of business AND and in many cases are better versed in the intent and meaning THE L0UISVILEE of the Sherman act than many ' ' of their city neighbors." TIMES The old notion of a farmer was j always a gross exaggeration. ' BOTH ONE YEAR Now it is too far away from the truth to arouse even a smile. FOR ONLY The farmer knows fewer things than does the city man, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES but what he knows he knows thoroughly and not superfically, the best afternoon paper prinSuperficial knowledge is charac- - ted anywhere. teristic of dwellers of the city, Has the best corps of corres-particularly of the large cities, The newspaper is the one best pondents. means of conveying information, Covers the Kentucky field pernot only of current events, but of the course of developments fectly. whether the developments be Covers the general news field commercial, civic or political. completely. The farmer, cut off from the Has the best and fullest mar many distractions of city life,notl only reads his newspapers, but kets rePrts he studies it. He thinks on his DEMOCRATIC in politics, bu! own account. fair to everybody. And thus his grasp of public ' questions equals where it does SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- not exceed that of th e average city man. TI0N RIGHT WAY $5.00 A YEAR. $4.50. j " j ! ; j I ! ' Kentucky Fair Dates, AND REMEDY. Harrodsburg , July 30-Augu- sfc "He doesn't seem to pay much Uncertainty of the immediate attention to our orders," was the future is looked upon by many men of affairs, as a blockade to enterreply. "He is detailed to Mr. prise and business prosperity, and Mt. Sterling July Georgetown July 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 3. i ! King's New Discovery would have sav- there not?" ted him. A fpw fancnnnnri cnus a ii- -- w.. j ime uajinumu, "I would not decide that with cough, while persistent use routs obstinate coughs, expels stubborns colds or my present informatin." heals weak, sore lungs, "I feel sure to humanity," writes "But every town has a post-offic- e, its a bod-sen- d Mrs Effie Morton. Columbia. Mo., for hasent it?" I believe I would have consumDtion to- 'U have not talked with any- day, if I had not used this trreat remedv. Its guaranteed to satisfy, and you can body oh the subject?" get a free trial bottle or 50 cents or ?1 00 I "Is there anyone around here who can tell us?" size at Paull Drug Co. m i captain and nineteen newspapers," members of his crew, aboard the "But man, you surely know towboat, Little Fred, were drowned during a terrific wind whether or not there is a storm on the Ohio River. "I could not give a decisive Corporations owning answer to that." i of the railroad mileage "But don't you live here?" of the United "I have never given the mat- be engaged States are said to in an organized, efter any thought." fort to develop the agricultural "Where do yfc live?" resources of the country. "I have no mental bias in the matter." The confession of George Kaul "Great guns, man! You know in Atlanta clears the robbery of ' you're alive, don't you?'' a Cincinnati salesman of' $25,000 "I should' be guided entirely worth of jewelry; V "I have not read any of the The post-office- ?" three-quarte- rs -- dons and ferns. The pretty little flower girls, who acted the part assigned to them so gracefully, little Ellen Moss, niece of the bride, and Miriam Williams, niece of the groom, carried French baskets filled with sweet peas which they strewed in the path of the bride and groom. The groom and his best man were attired in the conventional Messrs. black. The grooms-meRobert Kyle, Chas. W. Purcell and Geo. Elstrom.and the ushers, Messrs. Ollie Frazier and Chas. Anderson, wore dress suits. Immediately following the ceremony at the church automobiles and carriages carried the bridal party to the beautiful residence of the brides parents on Engle-woo- d Road, where the bride and and groom were showered with congratulations from a large n, Mr. Knox's private office, and he this blockade is now quite apparent Berea Fair August throughout the channels of trade. also works at the Secretary's Versailles August The Presidential Election; the residence." Mt. Vernon August efforts of Congress with no fixed new Vanceburg August "Where is he now," Mr. Ham purpose; Organized Labor as a with factor in politics; together lin asked. other matters of greater or less j Litchfield August time a Brodhead August represent "He is with Mr. Knox on his import, conflict of at this interseparate chaotic Lawrenceburg August trip to the Panama canal, acting ests, to harmonize which is now the Shepherdsville August 20-- 2 as valet to Mr. Knox and his problem before the country. All want Prosperity, Peace and Hardinsburg August party." Plenty. Read with care the CinColumbia August journal that "Does he have to shine Mr. cinnati Enquirer, aeach day from Fulton August prints all the news Knox' shoes?" commercial center throughevery London August of world. "Yes," was the reply. I sup- out theand effects A barometerout, Franklin August that points causes pose that is part of his duties." as a Beacon Light, the danger and Barbourville Fair September the safeguard therefrom. 0 Thus does Uncle Sam pay . As well known, the Daily Ena year for a private bootblack quirer is the largest in size and Bowling Green September-highest priced paper in the United for the Secretary of State. States, yet cheapest, measured by ' Tompkinsville September 4--7 quality and quantity. Sanders September The Weekly Enquirer, with the Makes the NaTion Gasp. news, cream and digest of all the Monticello September The awful lists of injuries on a Fourth able and conservative editorials, of July staggers humanity. Set over Newport September L market reports, methods and reagainst it, however, is the wonderful sults from Government and State Horse Cave September healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of Experiment Stations, veterinary September 19-thousands, who suffered from burns, matters, People's Forum, choice cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explo- literature, short and continued stor- 21. sions. Its the quick healer of boils, ul- ies, sermons, general Lexington October cers, eczema, sore lips or piles 25 cts information, etc., with the exclusion 'Mayfield October. at Paull Drug Co. of all matters of scandal and immorality, is today the Cleanest Move On Now! The Rev. Mark A. Matthews, Weekly Family Journal obtainable. Each issue is alone worth the price of Seattle, Washington, was of a year's subscription. says a policeman to a street crowd, subscriptions make and whacks heads if it don't. Move on Solicitors for elected moderator at the a handsome profit and increase the now." says the big, harsh mineral pills Genand twenty-fourt- h good influence of The Enquirer in to bowel congestion and suffering fol eral Assembly of the Presbyte- the uplift of morality and industry, lows. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't and for the betterment and welfare bulldoze the bowels. They gently perrian Church, in session at of the community. For terms write suade them to right action, and healtk ' to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. followsi 2:c at Paull Drug Cov ! 1-- 3. 7-- 9. j 7-- 9. 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. , 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. i 20-2- 2. i i 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1. I $2,-00- 4-- 6. 1 j 4-- 7. j 4-- 7. 3-- 6. 17-2- non-sectari- an 9-1- 2. 9-1- 2. one-hundr- ed ' I1 s - ?' - I -r- GradyviHc. - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS - merchant' of .Jamestown, made our town one day last week. G. P. SMYTHE The wheat crop is exceedingMrs. J. A. Yates, of Edmonton for community. Jy short in this spent a few days visiting relFIRE INSURANCE The hard rain we had last week atives in this county last week. MAJ3E-T0-WEAR and did considerable damage to our Cane Valley. REAL ESTATE land. in qo.ili.7 with the Has stood ihe test of time ani has bceu i Judge T. A. Murreli and Mike Many brands cf paint are offered for sale and qclls cf.cn carSd jcrutiay b no! Uncle T. C. Dudgeon who has Winfrey, of Columbia, were here given 'Am iubject wkh reference to ih; quality ct the tj be tivjC. been critically ill for the past - -- r last Friday. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD : 1VCZ.1 N. MURRELI two weeks is slowly improving. DR. Misses Walker, of Nell, are it is a srod iJsa to lcam thecc. i oalioncf G. Sublett who was dangeris-;ou tcvlrz. - v; .vc visiting their relatives in this J. a difference. ously sick last week is walking DENTIST community this week, o"n out a little. The printed formulr p.ockov Geo. H. Nell and J. A. Diddle 4.0 OFFICE PHONE Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. McAlister Office over of Hanna's Green Ser ! Paint. spent several days at Nell this Misreturned to their home in 10 J. N. PAGE'S ' RES. week. This :s an evidence of good i . and a'tcelz tSc corif.dacs te siaken have week. souri last in their product. The tobacco season came just DRUG STORE 2V FOB Coy E. Dudgeon, our trading a little too soon for some of our salesman, reports business good, te i farmers as they did not get their and is well pleased with his new Russell Springs. ground ready. um .hctb, job. Our farmers are about through Mrs. J. E. Rice, of Romine, Your scribe had the pleasure here, knowing of local happenplanting corn. The first time in in the Martins- of a ten days trip to central and years that our people planted up who has been ings, would repoit same to us so HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLEND0RFF ville, Intl., infirmary for the southern Arkansas last week. to June 1st. we cand transmit to the News, past month, was here last MonRev. G. W. Pangburn and C. The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS In the flooded district west of the newiest paper in Southern day greatly improved. will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling the Mississippi the waters are Kentucky. 0. Moss will leave Monday for W. Sublett purchased the J. receding, and on the ridges Burkesville where they will atFloor Coverings of AH Kinds banking house and fixtures for farmers are just beginning to tend District Conference. Sheer Hosiery Weights $11,56. plant corn and cotton. They Mrs. Thos. 'Grady, one of our Have been greatly enhanced, More space is devoted Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Forth, are over a month late, but the Plus very oft stocks of immense to the practical display oldest citizens, has been in a who moved to this place from soil being so liberally fertilized critical condition for the past YE handle the only 25c sheer v " silk lisle guaranteed hosiery Columbia, are making us good by the flood sediment, there is Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums month. neighbors. We would thank abundance of time yet to produce made. Its heels, toe.sole knee and Mr. Charlie Sparks has taken A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for top are heavily reinforced with Columbia to send all they have abundant crops. , charge of the mail contract from the showing of strong linen thread but its body is like them. Many a cabin and farm house "' this place to Edmonton. Uncle sheer and thin, seamless and W. E. Hancock, Esq., has a shows the work of the high Lace Curtains and Draperies smooth. 'Its Sam will have Mr. Sparks in his pawpaw bush in his yard two waters half way up the sides. Buster Brown's service for the next forty-nin- e Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our inches in diameter at the ground Hundreds of mules were taken months as he has the contract Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our high. If you out to the rice farms on the and twenty-fou- r for the next four years. big live store. can beat this please let u$ hear prairies, and were in great deGuaranteed Hosiery Mr. James Simpson, one of Dollar Box DniV OKn X raw Guaranteed 4 Month: from you. OC mand to help get in the rice crops Breedings best farmers and busHubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Most of our farmers are done which is also a month late on acIf it fails to outlive its signed guar one iness men, was in our midst incorporated anteed of four months, new hosiery the most of count of the wet season. One day last week and reported every setting tobacco and will be furnished free without argu 522 and 5241West Market St. crops than last rice farmer near Carlisle was thing moving along quiet in his them have larger ment. Louisville, Kentucky. working 11 four mule teams put community with a great effort on year. For Men Women and Rollin Todd, one of Romine ting in about 70, acres per day, the farmers for a large crop of Children. All Colors best young men, was here last This is a great and growing incorn and tobacco. Mr. Simpson Weights, Styles and )feKae dustry in Arkansas. The big 3e8K was look- Sunday. informed us that wheat Sizes IN ing fairly well for this year, as Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilson Carlisle mill, costing about $75,-00- 0 Buster's Hosiery is bought by our the largest in the Siate, "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor" shrewdest,most thrifty customers for we all know this is not a wheat left last Monday to take charge their families. Over 99 per cent. year, at least in this community. of the Griffin Springs. Mr. and handled about 500,000 bushels It is made on a "Midget" Marvel Flour of Buster BrownY'DARNLESS' All of the milling operaMill the last word in milling machines. Mrs. H. C. Walker and her Mrs. Wilson are fine people and the past season. Hosiery outlive its guarantee and tions take place in this one machine. It is a sanitary mill, none of 5fc we know they will please the That region, although full 150 mother, Mrs. Jane Turk, of I .1 l the product is touched by hand or comes in contact with the outside s oeen a Doon to mothers who it lj X air, in mis mm me wneai ana nour iravei less man iweniy leei miles souuth of as here, has attended the memori public. detest darning. X X al services at Union last ThursC. R. Dudgeon sold Mr. R. L. nothing like the fine crops of 7R result that this unusually short and quick system keeps the flour clear Russell & Co. day. They are certainly looking Faulkner a marine engine last corn, wheat and tame grasses TJn and free from impurities, preserving its natural creamy bloom and the Columbia, Ky. volatile oils which contain theflavor and aroma of the crushed wheat well and their . many .friends in week. It will be used to carry we have, but makes up for it in j are not evaporated. This flour has that sweet, rich, nutty flavor of the community of old Union were passengers from the Green river their immense dairy and rice inthe "Old 'Fashioned" stone ground flour. You will also notice this w TOria. IN terest. So it is about an even glad to meet them again and to bridge to the Griffin Spring. flour has more strength than other patent flour, it will rise quicker in (h the dough. break all around. know that they are enjoying xi Wilsons Store. IN We most cordially invite you down to our plant to see this & good health. However the 20 mile stage The health of this community wonderful mill make "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor." TIn ' Dr. Eugene Taylor and Al The health of this vicinity is ride from Columbia to Campbells-ville- , is very good at this writing. Nfc Richardson & Walker, Props. Tn showed up the best of anyHubbard, of Liletown, made our fairly good at present. The farmers are about done town one day last week in the Messrs. Brack Cain and Jesse thing we saw on the 700 mile setting tobacco. 1S IS M aeeeeiN VKKKVK interest of the promortion of the Murreli were here a few days trip. The beautiful well kept Miss Fida Fudge, daughter of farms of this region are certain- Mr. James Fudge, who has been loose leaf tobacco ware house at ago buying cattle. ly delightful to look upon, and seriously sick is better. Greensburg. This is certainly Misses Myrtie and Louella an enterprise that our farming Combest, and Sarah Lou Bryant, reflect great credid to their ownMr. Milton England, who has ers. class of people should be interbeen confined to his room for Messrs. D. L. Wilson, Lander ested in. Knowing the promoter Bryant, Milliard Young, Charlie Mr. H. H.Richards, brother to some time, we are sorry to say he e enterprise as we do, Wholesale and Retail Floyd, Cortez Bryant attended W. A. Richards here, and who impoves slowly. our business people took right Decoration services at Bear Wal- has for some litte time been emMr. T. L.Rowe, the tbmbstone hold of it, and they met with low the 30th, and all reported a ployed in the Illinois Central man, reports a lot of work at encouragement" in considerable freight office up near the top of present, nice time. All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blind; this community, as they have the great 16 story exchange Lorena Hadley, little daughter Mr. Forest Floyd came in Columbia, Kentucky. have gone. wherever they building on Madison Avenue of Mr. John- Hadley, who has from Illinois last Saturday. This will certainly bring us a Memphis, is now down with been sick for some time is reThere was a large crowd at- typhoid fever at St. Josephs withmarket right at our doors ported better. out very much labor attached. tended services at Clear Springs Hospital there. It was our Born, to the wife of U. G. V XX :KXXX9Xi9!!K .This will put us all on an equal the 4th Sunday, preaching in the pleasure to visit him and note Scott, on 26th', a boy. the footing to get the worth of our forenoon by the pastor, Bro. his improvement. His mother Rev. Joe Turner delivered an tobacco. Mr. Hubbard says it Beck. In thes evening Prof. is now with him. VESOTN HOLT, Clerk. A. H. HOLT, Proprietor, interesting sermon at Mt. Hill and Cabbell conducted a go. will certainly be a singing, which was enjoyed by Mr. J. R. Bicknell, of Berea, Pleasant on the 26th, inst. A hs 'While in couversation with our left for home Thursday after large congregation was present. a11 Present. old friend and neighbor, to wit, spending about two weeks here A number of neighbors having The result oi the ball game W. Yates, a few days ago, W. . improving the Russell Springs brought dinner. Bro. Turner '' had been which will be played at this Hotel property. he informed us that he The famous wife and daughters being kindly Jarnestown,- - Kentucky. voting the Democratic ticket for place, this afternoon June the spring is now encased in a fine invited, took dinner with them, sixty years und was not the least 1st, between the married men curb, surrounded by a large jze- the best accQmoaations, with first ewly furnisoed-an. and in the atternoon gave a way, neither was and the single team, will be 'bit tired of the ment floor, and the water jro .good talk on'Simday Scljqpl .and, e ' . ,..J,MTrI iVrv anrl EWdi Stable in connectiofli-- New rici and. S$s ' ,,., VI1'. given next week.' . he .fye .l.easj b ashamed of, what lnCiiounced has'eVei Darfintstrflinine children.- - We X Drummer wagons just put in, the public lo ,, ' .' he 'ha&one, in; tthe.se long .I." j been. The hotel is now ready to wal glad' id "have Bro Turner & ' all hours. Whenjn Jamestown your patronage soiiaiea.r-aiesjs-'years, but he was awfully afraid Each age of ouj'.iljvesiha its joys. accommodate boarders at $1.00 w!iti us as heehaseat faf&falSti&J Before Vouihwe Overy elsewhere ircbme andTiee usS;Kt'rttf?i?'(5 ieenb Old people should be happy, and they v jBeckfcam Haly,. gang at il:ii u : nu.ni,.inmi;TiUA; -- U that the Come everybody, drink forlometmeWfe HKSwMH Will uc li uuauiuciiaui a louicia aic ia- - perfday. ur iirii siiiir jiiri i iubic rt r mi. i rnnimi "Prankfort WOTlld be the, Cawsev oft ken'totrenglhen hW digesfionn'd' wafer, rest :urhder?,'thev bigoak wMusagainsqMvifi .tip keep.jtne ooyrejs. ?eguuuv,Tnes tablets xtefr ihone P ,a Tlel :. losing a United States Senator are mild and gentle in .their actoand trees and recuperate your health " us i ' J"""1 I '. nO' 11.. .'.I.'l.lli'iJ ana especially suuauie iur people ox a welcome to all. . N porf!aJgod Sunday school at , , future. c in theiear middle agej and older.,, For sale byPaull We wish that anybody about jJthpljur52 - safcolaraewroiied?: .. "Young Mr? Holt, the popular Drug Co. - Manna's Green Seal "THE PAINT5' ed p-ii- J. - 1 -- -- r tipper SAS-- Z THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE is r-v- "Darnless" x Self-Contain- ed Brad-fordsvil- le, - I V, . Ka8KsseK L Sandusky & Co. LUMBER of-th- - $$ 0 I Holt Hotel , 6 d - the-flnes- t'-it .. 1 - 3WW T t 4 HG fjnsfefep bi mu.i icrr- i - " -- . "c -- ?"- ..,"r3ffcV nW J W tigS& Ti -a. f- i ti - tfiVC Off