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VOLUMF XV ill Hopkins-iville, one-tent- AfMtf COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY JUNE19I2 Russell 1 - 73 I County Loses Citizen; A NUMBER 3i AT LOUISVILLE HOTEL Sundayatthc Miss Bernice Rickman, of Married to Dr. Woodruff Flowers, of Colombia. FEW SPECIAL FRIENDS Melhodisl Church Good AN ALARMING FIRE. PRESENT. Last Wednesday, at high noon, Miss Bernice Rickman, of Hopkinsville, and Dr. "Woodruff J. Flowers, of this place, were married in the parlors of the Louisville .Hotel, the ceremony being beautifully pronounced by Dr. T. M. Hawes, pastor of the Highland Presby- some kind of calamity would befall him ' terian Church. It was a very quiet af- which would take away his wordly po i fair, only a few special friends being sessions to a greater amount than that present. which he should have ccntributed for Immediately after the ceremony the God's cause, , couple left Louisville for Cincinnati and A man may make trades on Sunday will remain in the latter city nntil and profit by it and a merchant may about the 13th of this month, then come open his store on Sunday and sell a few to Columbia. goods for the sake of realizing a little ' Miss Hickman became acquainted profit but in theong run, he will loose with Dr. Flowers three years ago, many times over the profit realized on j while teaching in the Public Schools of any sale itade on the Sabbath day this place. Their friendship ripened there is no doubt about it if past his into love and their union followed. tory is true. The bride is a highly cultured young Some kind of misfortune usually over woman, and is a member of one of takes those people who wilfully violate Hopkinsville best f amlies. During her Gods own appointed day of rest. stay in Columbia she made many Rev. Weldon gave an interesting acfriends, and will be gladly welcomed count of the District Conference at when she comes to take up her re- Burksville. sidence. Dr. Man Editor of the Central MethoThe groom is a prominent physician, dist Advocate was in attendance and he enjoying a fine practice, and ispopular said it was the best district Conference throughout the county. he had been present at in 27 years. The News extends its best wishes to Twenty-tw- o pasof the twenty-fiv- e HON. HARVEY HELM. this very deserving couple, trusting tors in the Columbia District were GREAT BARGAINS IN MILLINERY. that their days may be long in the land present. The Conference adjourned Stanford, Ky., June 7. The Interior .Journal makes formal anof the living, and as they go hand in Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Hogard nouncement of the candidacy of Congressman Harvey Helm for renomination in hand down the stream of time, may Presiding Elder Columbia Distri I am closing out my the Democratic primary, August 3rd, as follows: entire stock of health and prosperity attend them, and presided over the Conference. Formal announcement as.a candidate for the Democratic nomination to hats at greatly reduced prices Large when the evening shades of life come, At the close of the service Sunday y by Milan and Neopolitan braid hats going they will be able to say how delightful morning Rev. Weldon requested Luciert succeed himself in the National Housa of Representatives, is made Congressman Harvey Helm of Lincoln county. it would be if we could start again and Bell, a young son of Mr. Deck Bell, who at 98 cts. Smaller hats even cheaper Such an announcement at the proper time, of course was expected, for live over the happy years of the past. is known to most of the people of this $1.50 selling for 50 cts. A loving husband and a devoted help j place to come to the altar and with a thre is probably no voter in the Eighth district who has not known for a long Mrs. L. W. Atkins. time that those who endorse the great work Congressman Helm has dono in the mate make life worth living few touching words he presented the service of his people would insist that he stand fo'r and that he boy with a ten dollar bill, which was would The Columbia Baseball Team is makconsent to go before the electorate again, giving a faithful account of his donated by the district conference at stewardship, You Need Cultivator. ing preparations to play at the Lebanon and inviting a full and fair inspection of every detail of his record, Burksville last week. It seems that the content that the voters shall judge his worthiness of their approval by the part Chatauqua July 3 and 4. Mr. W. H. Bell boy connected himself with the he has played in the legislation inaugurated" and passed by the Democratic Wilson is manager of the team, and Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kent- Methodist church year ago and the House in its battle a for the plain people and their rights in compliance with the thinks he will have a nine that will ucky, has on hand two car loads of the Board of Stewards assessed him 2 cents Denver platform. knock the .persimmons. The boys are best makes bought at exceedingly low per week; he has never been delinquent Congressman Helm has served three terms, the first two as a member of practicing two or three times a week, prices and he is offering to close them for even one week during the time, the minority party. His last term, however, 'has been with a triumphant ma and it is a fine body of players. at the following prices and erms. having paid into the church Treasury jority, which has made party history, and 'conspicuously has the name of the Two horse walking Cultivators regu- the sum of $104 member fiom the old Eighth District appeared among those who are mainly re To The Teachers of Adair County. lar gangs at $15 50. The Bell boy is not over 14 years of sponsible for the Two horse walking Cultivators well age and his parents are poor. The Dis- riigh impossible. fact that the election of a Republican President is The Kentucky Educational Associa beams $16.50. trict Conference was informed of his In every way, Mr Helm has completely demonstrated his fitness for the po-- ! tion wil1 meet m Louisville June 25th, Two horse riding Cultivators four faithfulness to meet the obligation im- suion ne noias. mis work sneaks for itself. Washington correspondents of the zutn ana zi. An interesting program plew gangs S25.00. posed upon him by the church and de- daily newspapers during the present term have devoted more space to the re- has been arranged and a cordial invitaWill sell any of these cultivators on cided that as he had been faithful over time at above prices and will give $1.00 a small matter, they should cause him sults of his efforts than to any other one member of the Kentucky delegation. tion is extended to the teachers and A congressman's best assets are his experience and'service, and there are sec- those who are interested in educational off of any of them for all cash. to posess even greater things, hence tions of the country which keep their representatives who have demonstrated work of Adair county. Railroad and All new fresh stock just received. the ten dollar bill. their efficiency, in oUke a number of terms, and thereby secure far better stage fare will be reduced and board at Now is your time my good Adair counFred McLean. results than those which are constantly seeking a change, anti sending new and Louisville. There will be a floral parade ty farme.s to save money and make on June 25th in honor of the K. E. A., untried members to work with the seasoned veterans. corn at the same time. Binders, MowAttention Stockholders. An instance of the value of experience and service is shown in the selec- which doubtless will surpass anything ers and Hay Rakes at bargainsjprices '' tion of Mr Helm as chairman of the important Commiitee on Expenditures in of its nature in the State. Many of Buggies. The Stockholders of the Columbia Fair the War Department, one of the two chairmanships awarded to the Kentucky the foremost men and women of KenWoodson Lewis. Democratic control. Mr. tucky will be present, and it will be a Association are requested to meet at delegation whrn the House was the office of Coffey & Cravens next Sat- Helm's work in that position in the way of economies and reforms has been of treat, besides of great benefit to all Commissioner's Sale. immense va'ue to the country and is but an earnest of the further serv who may attend. Any teacher who deurday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. ice which he will be,to his constituents and country if continued in the field sires to attend, Miss Pearl Hindraan H. A. Walker, Pres. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT where he has already served so faithfully and well. will take pleasure in making all the KEirUCKY. As a member of the Census Committee he has rendered the farmers great necessary arrangements. ( W. R. Jones Jr., Plantiff For Girls Only. service in the preparation airi passage.of the Cantrill tobacco bill. As a memClyde & Maijorie Eubank, Deft. '( ber of the Committee on Insular Affairs he has labored to rid this government The P. H. Bridgewater farm, near By virtue of a Judgment and Order of the Phillipine Islands that are a continuing menace to the peace of the na- Cane Valley, Adair county, will be sold Girls when your sweetheart calls on of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderby the heirs, at public sale, on a credit ed at the May Term, thereof, 1912 in you, and has stayed as late as you tion, and a heavy expense to govern and control. Mr. Helm's friends believe that the great mass of the voters of the nation of six and twelve months, at the courtthe above cause, I shall proceed to of- think your pa would like him to stay, this fall, irrespective of party differences, are going to demand an endorsement house door in Columbia, at the August fer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in give him the following problem to work of the men who have worked singly and unselfishly for the common good dur- county court. Columbia Ky , to the highest bidder, at out: Tell him to take any number being the term of the 62nd Congress now drawing to a close. That About 100 acres in cultivation and Public Auction, on Monday the 1st day tween one and nine, add one, multiply he has stood in the forefront of the battleno one can truthfully deny. A sym- - about 90 fine timber. Good residence of July 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or by nine, cross out the left hand figure, til Aug 1st. thereabout (being County Court) upon add fourteen, add the number you first i pauiecic unaerstaking ot the needs and wishes of his constituents over his dis- and other buildings. a credit of six months, the following de took, and look out for results. This trict has brought him very closely in touch with them, and the character of the upon mm nas arouseo nis inenas to increased vigor in his cause, scribed property, A certain ought to work, and if he does not grasp " BUt What about our Lyceum Course? Are Mr Helm has aIwavs made his political fights single handed in the open, on tract of land situated in Adair county the result he is too stupid to call aain ' ' . you interestsd? To what extent are " raents and fe identified with no faction or combination. Ex. Ky., on the turnpike road, near the The result of the primary August 3rd, 1912, will be a vote of Confidence in you interested? The committee has altown of Cane Valley, and fully describready had signed one hundred tickets him as a public servant. ed by meets and bounds in rhe JudgArm Broken. at $1.50 for the entire course. But it ment and order of sale, to which referwill require another hundred tickets to ence is made To tHe Members of the Baptist Church. is seve o'clock sharp. The service win guarantee. Will you not take two or '' For the purchase price, the purchaser Jack, a son of Mr. and Mrs. John be concluded m ample time to atteni more? It is a rare opportunity we with approved surety or securities, Cundiff, who live on Pelham Branch, have of securing five high class, literary the night services at other churches Please r.ote the following announce must execute Bond, bearing legal in- met with a very serious accident last and cultural entertainments at the rate D. H. Howerton, Pastor. terest from day of sale until paid, and '1 hursday. He was riding a mule, the ments: Next Sunday is the time for of 30c per night by engaging a season .having the force and effect of a Judg- animal becoming scared, threw the boy, you to come prepared to make your '1 he United States Circuit Court of ticket for $1.50. Will you not make it ment. Bidders will be prepared to breaking his left arm. Dr. Russell was contribution for Denominational Educa- Appeals has affirmed an opinion handed a point to see one of the committee at called and reduced the fracture, and tion The Kentuchy Baptist Educacomply promptly with these terms down by Judge Walter Evans, saying once. We have until Juls 1st to secure W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, j atthis time the Patient is doing nicely. tional Society is making a heroic effort the number snd enable us to put in the to bring our schools up to the highest that the bonds issued by the county of Course. The committee consists of Taylor to secure the building of the old A paper containing a write-uMr J. W. Huston, who has been and point of efficiency. The society is ask- Cincinnati & Ohio Railroad must be Miss Pearl Hindman, Jno W. Flowers, operating in Cumberland county for oil, showing the picture of Dr L F. Page's ing the churches for help to put our paid. Under the decjsian Taylor coun- J. O. Russell, L. O. Taylor and D. H. returned to Columbia, with his family, residence at Indianapolis, Ind., was schools in a position, for the largest ty must levy a tax sufficient to take Howerton. We expect no personal last Thursday, The family are occupy- shown us by Mr. James T. Page, a possible service to the Denomination up the bonds at the same time it levie3 profit from the Course except the ing rooms at the Hancock Hotel. Mr. brother of the doctor, a few days ago. They are asking us at Columbia for S50 for local purposes and it can not collect pleasure of paying for our tickets, as all others will have to do, and then the Huston informed The News that he sold The picture indicates a very attractive Lrft us respond liberally to this request. for the latter without collecting for delight These are our schools, and depending of hearing these high clnss at his interest in the machinery, and. would home and tne write up gives the modthe bonds. maintainance and tractions. Will you therefore help the probably be in this place for some ern cenveniences in detail. Dr. Page, on us for their ' committee to secure the other hundred time. He also stated that he might who was born and reared in Columbia, growth Mr. Tom Powell, who was a deputy The other announcement is as to the ticKecs ny talking tne matter up at test oil prospects in Adair county later, has a wide spread reputation as a specT1 TTSl open air service We found these serv - ' sheriff under Mr. A. V One well in Cumberland county was ialist. . racteaon' once, and then see Miss Pearl Hmdman , luiiucreu a lew weeks who has the subscription list and sign abandoned after drilling eight or nine ices to be very satisfactory last year. .,,jq an(l nis resignation s now forminor Akoti nffina hundred feet, and another well has The News man will be pleased to We shall begin them again next Sunday his work was very satisfactory, and he up for two or more tickets. Rememthe Com se as planned for is been started, theilling being down meet all the Russell county friends of at 7 p. m The first service will be fluit the sheriff's office of hia own ber class concerts, two lectures two high several hundred f eet. and the paper at Jamestown next Monday held on the lawn at Mrs. Fannie Walk- -' volition. His health has not been good one impersonator. and Tuesday. for sometime and the change may be er's residence. Sister Walker is Tiie Committee.beneficial. One of the men who was connected of the privileges of the Lord's with a Wild West show which exhibit-e- d Circuit court will open at Jamestown house, and the pastor very earnestly' A representative at Greensburg, last Saturday week, next Monday. It is likely that Repubof The News will. Before buying pumps calland see my ' for Congress will be requests for ner sake that there be. a beat Jamestown the first two davs nf .stock, all kinds, prices, low. accidentally hot and killed himself be- - lican candidates S. R "Eubank. fore the exhibition commenced. large attendance. RomemDV,. the hour circuit court, beginning next Monday. there and will speak. I I , very forcible discourse at the Methodist church on Sunday forenoon. His main topic was "giving unto the Lord" and according to the scriptures a person who is a church member, should contrih bute at least of his or her net income to the cause of Christ, or in other words "As a man js prospered so let him give." The writer conceived j the idea from the tone of Rev, Weldon's . discourse that if God prospers a man and he does not contribute as he should ' to the promotion" and extention of Christ's Kingdom upon the earth that The Rev. J. W. Weldon deliverad a John Wesley Sims, was born in Heart county, Kentucky, Sept. 20 th, Livery Barn Owned by J. il. Goff 1840, and died at his home near Owens-b- y Destroyed and Many VeJune 1st, 1912 Age 71 years S hicles Burned. months and 11 days. He removed with his parents to Napoleon, Desh county, Arkanas, when 3 years old, and resided in that State until 21. He returned to HEROIC EFFORTS SAYED RESIDENCES ' Kentucky where on Oct. 8. 1861, he enlisted as a private in Co., I, of the 5th Kentucky Cov. serving 3 years 6 The entire town of Columbia wa3 mnnths and 25 days in the cival war thrown into a state of great excitement On Jan. 1, I860, he married Mariah E. last Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, Barger. To the union five children were caused by the fire alarm and the inforborn, three girls and two boyd. all of mation that GofT Bros., livery barn, whom are .still living and were present located on a back street, leading from to witness the last sad rites, except Greenburg street, was on fire. There one son who lives in Oregon. are a number of residences in the loThe deceased is also survived by one cality where the barn was situated, sister, Mrs. Mercina Miller. His dear and in a few minutes almost--. Mir. nntt ,. , ; . . wne tsaving preceaea i mm to tne grave town was at the scene, working hero-si- x t years ago. He professed faith in ically to save buildings, the fire at the Christ in 1865 and united with Mt. , stable being beyond control. A high vuj-m.nupiisc cnurcn, ior wnicn time wind was blowing a terrific gale, and ?"1 he has ever since been a' faithful and ior awnue it seemed like it would h , concistent christian and member, He impossible to save the residences of was a loving husband, kind father and Geo. E. Wilson (the L. C. Hurt propj grandfather. The funeral was preach- erty,) Dr. J. N. Page, Dan Clark, L. ed in Esto church in the presence of W. Bennett, Tim. Collins, Hugh Richmany sorrowing friends by Rev. S. P. ardson, R. H. Durham. F. R, WinStapp in a sr lemn and impressive man- frey's residence and .7. T. Barbee'a ner. She remains were conveyed to residence and Geo. McLean's were also the family burying grounds, known as in great danger. Some of these buildlhe Phelp's grave yard, and after ap- ings caught at different times, but the propriate exercises by Revs. F, J. Bar- fire was quickly extinguished by the ger and J. T. Murrell, the body was in- valiant workers. terred by the side of his dear wife. j The household goods were removed Alva Grider. from all the above named homes, but ... I , I - to-d- ay -- to-da- s par-rell- el to-da- y considerably damaged covered by in-- 1 surance. GofT Bros, had one thousand dollars on the barn and enough on the contents to make them whole. Six surreys, five double buggies, a spring wagon and about two hundred and fifty dollara worth of hay were destroyed. One horse burned to death and one badly scorched. All the outbuildings in the neighborhood, including seven barns were burned. It was the most alarming conflagration this town has witnessed for many years, and every body is thankful that it was no worse. Much credit is due those who fought heroically while the flames raged. The first two persons to enter the barn were Elmo Strange and J. W. uottey, and through their efforts sis of the horses were saved. Besides the loses mentioned above. Hugh Richardson, Dan Clark, George E Wilson, Tim. Collins, R. H Durham, L. W. Bennett and Dr. J. N. Page lost their gardens and a great deal of fencing. The scale house and scales, owned by L. C. Hurt, were ajso destroyed. Dr. J. N Page was also deprived of eighty frying chickens. The entire loss, covered by insurance, is estimated at" four thousand dollars. The orign of the fire, unknown. two-thirds Rev. J. U. Crawford commenced his open air meetings for the Summer last Sunday afternoon, the first gathering being held on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs! W. A. Coffey. Quite a number were present and the discourse was of special interest. It was evangelistic in its nature, one person in the congregation epoch-makin- g asking the prayers of the Christian people. The fourth Sunday in this month the meeting will be held at the residence of Mr. and Mis. J. O. Russell and the people throughout the town are cordially invited. The object of these outdoor meetings is to reach people who are not often seen in the churches. and hf3irip; in ronl ooen air makes it mnw the speaker and his hearers. n-- ?. to-wi- t: ,..n, I i,f i f I It has been a busy time with the farmers for the past two weeks and everybody is glad that they have been given an opportunity to get in their crops. In the bottoms corn was planted late, but it will soon catch up with "' that planted on the uplands The Sunday School of the Baptist church will have their picnic at the Fair grounds next Saturday, meeting at 2 o'clock p. m. and remain for supper. Come and bring baskets and help in every way to add to the pleasure of the occasion. well-filled Columbia team and Coburg team met at Griffin Springs last Saturday and played an interesting game, The score" stood 16 to 7 in favor of Columbia. Coburg has some good ball players, and they are sure to come to the front iT Last Thursday afternoon Jame3 and Calvin Cox, sons of Mr. A. B. Cox, while working in the garden, killed a large rattle snake. It measured 3 feet 3 inches in length and had seven rattles and a but con. New beans on the market, and some families are using hew potatoesl in fine. de-priv- ed - -- r Wheat ,."'', looking this county is.saikMo b&; - i if ; Iff1 X t r. 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 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 J R Carnett Assignee'of E M of Adair Court at its April term 1911, for the payment of the current-expenseBurton SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT. 1911. s 350 00 Zed Akins 17 90 73 07 2 00 J H Judd Assignee Rose Willis W C Yates & 26 00 16 68 2 00 186 05 5 00 353 75 LC Winfrey W L Walker Assignee Ermine Leach 130 50 Hill & Moore 110 50 J KP Conover Clarence Jackman 39 00 45 50 CREDITS ROAD FUND. During Year 1912 4 00 county for the year 1911. At the regular October term of the Adair Fiscal Court 1911, 1 was appointed by said court, as its commissioner to settle with A D Patteson, Sheriff of Adair county, Ky., his accounts of the collection and disbursements made by him of the taxes levied by said court at its April term, 1911, to be collected and paid to the creditors of said county by said sheriff during the said year, and in compliance with said order of appointment, 1 did examine said Sheriff's books to ascertain the amount of said taxes remaining uncollected on the 1st day of December, 1911, so that I might charge him with the additional 6 per cent.,which is added, by law, to all taxes uncollected on the 1st day of December of said year. In the month of March, 1911, 1 made a settlement with said Sheriff as follows: I first charged the Sheriff with 3729 polls listed by the Assessor for taxation for the year 1911 at $1 each. I then charged him with 18 polls listed by the sheriff for taxation for said year at 1 each. I then charged him with 21c ad valorem tax on each $100. on $2,898,557 worth of taxable property for General Fund and 14c on each $100 worth for' the Road I then charged said Sheriff with 21c ad valorem tax on each S100 worth of $18,364. property listed by said Sheriff for the General Fund, and I4c thereon for the Road Fund. I then charged him wifh the Franchise Tax on the different corporations doing business in Adair county. I then charged him with 6 per cent., penalty on all unpaid taxes on December lst,1511, which made said Patteaon's debits as follows. DEBITS. JR J Garnett Assignee of J B 'Burton R Garnett Assignee of Mary Milam J V Dudley W L Winters Cash'r Assignee of S J Simmons Assignee of Dr L C Nell W L Winters Cash'r Assignee of Wilmore & Moss W L Winters Cash'r Assignee of Wilmore & Moss Junius Hancock Assignee of Thos Young Junius Hancock Assignee of Assignee of Peter Cheatham Junius Hancock Assignee of John Grady A Winfrey J John W Young J B Beard Clarence Jackman W G Ellis T J Cooper G T Stults I C Harmon .Aro Smith T J Reynolds 38 00 Joshua Montgomery Jo Gadberry 116 50 R T Gadberry A J Green 120' 75 3 00 16 26 00 Jo Tucker Lee Burbridge 2 00 22 15 18 00 300 3 00 3 00 1 00 H C Bennett T E Waggoner C E Young 3 75 3 00 30 60 3 50 3 3 3 23 00 00 00 We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List as as as as as as Fund. Rsbt Ingram Junius Hancock 3 00 26 2 2 2 4 2 19 16 16 R K Young 90 Walker Bryant J E Burton R L Caldwell 50 7K 3 00 3 00 as as R B Tucker B as 00 F Bault 00 J C White 00 G A Atkins 00 T W Rice 00 J H Young To 3729 tithes listed by the Assessor, SI 18 tithes listed by Sheriff at $1 Ad valorem tax on $2,898,557 worth of taxable property listed by the Assessor, supervised, equalized and certified for taxation at 21c on each 100 thereof for the General Fund 14c ad valorem tax on each SI 00 worth of $2,- 898,557 for the Road Fund Ad valorem tax on S18.364 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 Franchise Tax on Citizen's Bank Franchise Tax on Columbia Telephone Co Franchise Tax on Farmers Bank, Cane Valley Franchise Tax on Farmer's Bank Casey Creek 6 per cent., penalty on unpaid taxes Dec. 1st Gen. Fund $3729 00 18 00 Road Fund JohnG Sublett Sarah A Miller Assignee S P Miller J N Page Cravens Porter Compton 35 00 I C Breeding 2 25 19 00 00 50 50 Clem Keltner 50 Ulysses J R Scott A J Green J R Johnson 6 25 3 00 5 68 5 05 5 00 3 00 4 80 17 90 3 00 5 50 3 00 $1.50 as as as as as as j 300 2 46 3 3 3 3 8 82 18 00 6086 97 James Garnett Assignee W T Price Hendrickson and Chelf 4057 98 Luther Wilson W T McFarland Dr H B Simpson 47 75 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, I therefore gave him credit by said certificates of allowance and which I here list and file same herewith as part hereof: .1 P Beard Wilson J P Beard Burress J P Beard .7 N H Moss $4,265 42 N H Moss 10,145 13 CM Russell Z T Williams Z T Williams Assignee of Geo E 86 50 J M Conover Dr S P Miller Assignee of W H 19 50 Smith & McBeath Assignee of 38 56 101 22 59 99 25 67 2 10 22 43 21 00 40 19 25 67 39 17 1 14 71 G F Stults 48 J M Wilosn 99 Gordon Montgomery 11 J B Jones 40 J B Jones 95 A D Patteson Assignee Na- J D Jones 9 50 16 50 15 00 Junius Hancock 24 00 G N Roberts 2 00 Tom Rodgers 3 00 D U Rice 250 00 W Banks 2 75 Bob Blaydes 25 00 W J Tucker J E Bradshaw Robert Bailey Wm Rogers James Earles James Hare at 'IS One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly 00 7in 00 GO 85 65 Assignee of 6 8 3 3 3 13 IS Courier Journal One Year as as as as as as as as 00 00 J as St as 00 00 45 14 00 26 80 pier Adams 24 250 250 2 26 24 16 20 00 00 H Young T M Collins Assignee of Jas as as Op-- , 00 00 J F AD Patteson 5 00 A D Patteson A D Patteson 5 00 J P Coffey Assignee Wm 6 00 Ab-sh- er Triplett G Sublett George Kemp W H Wilson Dr U L Taylor U L Taylor U L Taylor Miss Pearl Hindman J P Coffej Ben Jeffries Rollin Hurt Cortez Sanders J R Tutt Goff Bros J H Crant NelIJ& Nell Assignee of L C Nell Nell & Nell assignee of Al Coomer C C Roe 2 48 00 00 87 50 193 25 3 00 353 00 o 00 2 00 8 00 o 00 J P Beard Assignee of W T Price P Beard Assignee of Dr C M J Russell P Beard Assignee of Adair J County News J P Beard Assignee of Russell & Hindman . J P Beard Assignee of Pickett & Howard J K P Conover J K P Conover II B Ingram & Sons H B Ingram & Sons J M Wolford The Ieffries Hardware Store Assignee of Junius Holt The Jeffries Hardware Store J T Page Assignee of W R " 00 50 50 00 39 00 202 43 172 75 5 00 4 00 19 hus Keltner E E Akers J A Winfrey H W Cundiff .1 W Arnold J L Hutchison R H Harmon H V Montgomery J P Conover Ray Humphress 3 00 as 300 as as as as Louisville Times and News as as as as as 8 00 7K 3 00 6 00 3 00 $4.50 as .3 00 3 00 3 00 8 65 3 00 3 CO J C Blair Warren Moore Matthew Robertson S M Baker J E Beard T B Combs J R Tutt George Burris J M Cbrbin M E White R L McClister B F Rich R A Stone Robt L Allen Thomas McDermott 300 2 75 70 00 3 25 19 421 2 23 26 13 50 35 00 94 00 J P Coffey Assignee T J er J P Coffey C O Moss Coop- 50 75 50 50 8 00 3 25 1 58 3 00 7 54 H K Taylor Chapman Bros Chapman Bros J K P Conover 'W J Roy J A Goodin N R Roach L C Blair M Rey Yarberry Sam Lewis 00 350 00 2 56 IS 75 65 00 25 45 M 26 00 1 9 16 2 45 62 50 P vcrything In The Drug Line L At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A 3 00 50 8 00 3 09 S 25 Antle John Eubank S P Sullivan 00 N T Mercer 12 00 C H Dohqney Finis Williams 300 8 00 3 00 3 00 8 00 2 80 3 00 9 00 3 85 24 70 3 3 3 3 00 00 00 00 00 85 00 90 13 Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Per Box Laxative Bromo Quinine Singley Laxative Tablet3 Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets i Nyals A " "" " " i " ( Myres 50 00 61 32 16 90 JM GW .7 Willis 3 00 00 00 4 1 J W Sublett & Bro W Sublett & Bros Assignee J Pickett R M Cooper G W Pickett R M Cooper 3 00 3 00 3 00 12 P Beard Assignee of Wolford Bro3 Jake Chelf Assignee of R B T O 11 it, ( of Robert Ingram J W Sublett & Bro Assignee of J W Sublett 00 J W Sublett &. Bro Assignee of Eubank & Son J W Sublett & Bro Assignee 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 W R Taylor H J Conover J P Beard Assignee of Adair " Co News J M Campbell J W Marshall 94 75 110 50 26 00 3 50 26 00 26 00 CCRoe P Sullivan John Eubank S 00 Jake Chelf 12 00 Jake Chelf 12 00 Estel Wingler 12 00 Virgil H Bkiir 3 12 6 12 00 00 00 00 Tucker , 3 2 30 John Eubank Joe Rosenbaum S P Sullivan G W Pickett J M Willis 3 00 3 00 3 00 6 00 6 00 J G M Willis F Stults 3 00 6 00 2 00 117 80 39 00 18 76 26 00 30 19 Cooper fl K Taylor H T Baker Assignee of J B HM 2 00 5 00 2 64' 2 00 130 25 2 00 Rasner H T Baker Assignee of B V Hovious H T Baker Assignee of Pickett & Howard H T Baker Assignee of J M Campbell H T Baker Assignee of J B Burton H T Baker Assignee of B V Hovious H T Baker Assignee of Bradley & Gilbert Co .7 P Beard Assignee of Rubin Floyd Assignee of Mary --J P Beard Milam of Mrs --J P Beard Assignee Ermine Leach P Beard Assignee of Gordon Montgomery' J P Beard Assignee of Eubank & Son P Beard Assignee of Dr W R Grissom J P Beard Assignee of Dr C M Russell P Beard Assignea of Joe Beard PBeard Assignee of Jas N J Murrell JP Beard Assignee of GP Jo Rosenbaum J N Coffey Assignee Jas N Murrell Dr N M Hancock N M Hancock J N Coffey Assignee Frank Burton V Sullivan W B Patteson Bank of Columbia Assignee J B Barbee Assignee Walker Bryant Bank of Columbia Assignee T A Murrell Bank of Columbia Assignee Coomer & Gowen J P Miller & sons N M Tutt G W Rubarts Assignee F G Assignee Elbert Sanders J C Webb Joel Darnell Reed Hardware 3 3 Co" 30 " " Rexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion " Cod Liver Oil Nyals Wine Rexal " Emulsion A. D. S. Vinol u Bottle 42-8- 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 3c 00 50-1- t( (i (i (t ) J ( t t ( 58 50 A C Brummett 36 50 G F Stults 22 00 Wm Watson R A Hutcherson 15 00 L W Dixon 2 00 Tom Neat 2 00 O H Morrison JE Burton J J Humphrey Fletcher 00 Walker Bryant W W:Kirtley 00 W W Kirtley WL " 2 00 2 00 2 00 121 80 Verven Compton W F Allison 132 05 T M Corbin G W Morgan 125 00 Deed Smith 107 50 AW Roe 39 00 O B Conover 4 00 Al Coomer 2 57 3 00 I 87 3 00 5 25 3 00 3 00 1 00 11 56 8 00 3 00 " II 100 89c 50c 83c 83c 1.00 & Write us for Quotations CITY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth Jefferson KY LOUISVILLE, 3 ooj 3 00 1 00 3 501 3 00 J W Hood U. G. HARDWICK, Pres. J. 8. COCKF, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec Jw 70 95 26 00 26 00 246 75 Reese L Roe R W G Ellis Oscar Sinclair W H Lemon B F Rich Dr J C Ghose E W Burton ' ' 13 13 2 2 3 2 ' 00 00 96 Gabbart 96 G .W Rubarts FG 44 00 4-- 1 Gabbart Dr U L Taylor Bruce Montgomery Assignee Wheat & Williams Bruce Montgomery Assignee Geo Redman Bruce Montgomery Assignee Luther Williams Bruce Montgomery Assignee Geo Redman Bruce Montgomery Assignee Rose & Willis Russell & Co Russell & Co Assignee Tim B Cravens Russell & Co Braxton Massie Assignee N R Roach Braxton Massie Assignee Dr ' , J H Grady L Akin 2 00 Bruce Montgomery Assignee 3 Cornelius Moss ' 20 00 2 58 2 58 2 64 3 84 2 64 3 12 4 00 2 80 3 84 2 00 3 12 5 00 Boss 25 00 Arch OW H V Hurt 3 00 Boss Pickett N Rodgers 8 00 3 00 2 85 3 00 3 00 W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 Pickett Scaggs Wiilin 18 00 W C Leach S 51 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 11 70 35 14 96 3 00 15 00 5 40 vimiiWf?iGHTS 1301 TfilRTSeNTft-MftlN. DEALERS IN F Harvey ' J Foster 250 00 Finis Harvey W J J 100 50 F S Hovious H Bryant J 00 50 13 00 39 00 6 00 26 00 J'P Beard Stults Mannie Kemp Dr E T Sallee W H Burress G E Walker E A Rose W P Price Elbert Neil F J Hardrick Geo Montgomery M Cravens Mike Wilmore & Moss A K Rupe 5S 50 B F Bault Bank of Columbia Assignee 35 25 of,Wm Patton ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS LOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work i INCORPORATED 1889 mRCHiisTS 26 00 1 E Hurt A J Garnett . 26 00 Mike 24 05 W N 4 00 LL 12 95 E 86 82 G n J Corbin v ' 3 00 6 40 3 5 3 4 00 Grant Grant Assignee of Wood- J P Beard Burress -- son Baker Assignee of W H LO Diddle 19 50 Miss Pearl Hindman " Winfrey Taylar Assignee of J A ., 2JS0 2 96 2 00 2 00 2 00 R H Kimbler V 50 60 P Tarter F Hancock 2 80 ' 30 00 G A Atkins Hancock W Sparks W A Corbin 00 W R Rowe 2 00 Alonzo Black 2 56 (Continued to 3rd page,) EF 00 3 00 8 93 3 25 sf"C; flu 55rf''B PB 3 00 - JOBBINQ WORK SOLICITED: nHJHHW Machinery Repaired- - 3 00 3 00 All Kinds, of t Alj, 1HE 'ADAIR COUNTY lNEWS position to know, would have of which seriously deplores "the us believe that tall chorus girls divorce evil." JWHadley S L Fisher have run short of popularity. The incident is of interest to N R Roach ' A Chicago Judge has rulej. the country at large in that it ilMc Gabbert Bake Jessie that a man is not competent to lustrates the present tendency to ' J M Hancock help select his wife's crowns. rush to the courts with matrimo- L J Wiikerson W .T Bean Hooking them is man's specialty, nial troubles. That tendency is . U G Stavton , , ., statist,-,A at h ..v. ' ma" uu waa uute u rail- - ' indicated hv WG Pickett PW Pickett road president is now a begger wnicn snow that in the United W E Todd in New York. Couldn't he get a States from 1887 to 1906 there R B Lcgan job as a palace car porter. R A Cooley jwere granted 945,625 divorces, Dead Kansas Towns. S T Bennett as against 328,716 from 1S67 to .T A Richards 1886, inclusive; or to put it anTo Kind to Keep. J B Barnett other way, the number of diC W Pollard sid In the past half century more When the of good S H Hadley type has vorces in 1900 had increased to than 2,400 Kansas towns have W G Ellis disappeared altogether from the Proven herself a prolific breeder 73 per one hundred thousand, Mont Sinclair Fund in said county in the sum of 1 50 an economical feeder, and a good from 38 to 1880. There is much Franchise tax on Citizens Milt Burton $2,826, balance for the year 1911, sub- map. Their histories will be . 3 00 Bank 17 11 T E Loy ject to the delinquent taxes allowed by published by George W. Martin. motner it is a good plan to keep sense in the observation of a jus-o- f 3 00 Franchise tax on Columbia L O Wheat the court. 3 00 40 Telephone Co Gilpin the State Historical society, her several years. Too much tice of an Ohio court, to the C All of which is most respectfully re7 20 Franchise tax on Farmers W G Johnston who is now engaged in collecting stress cannot be laid on selecting effect that we need more strin-the- ir ported, 3 25 14 95 Bank, Cane Valley Tom YouriK A. H. Ballard, .breeding swine from sound, gent divorce laws. obituaries. 3 00 Franchise tax on Farmers Dan Carroll Commissioner Adair Fiscal Court. 3 00 14 00 Bank, Casey Creek Jas Thomas Copy attest, Walker Bryant, Clerk. In the early days town building healthv Parents. Animals that: The divorce evil is certainly a 3 00 6 per cent penalty on unpaid E B Morgan ' not strong "i constitution growing one, growing so rapidly ByL.o. Taylor, D. c;wa30neof the princjpai indus- 9 37 26 SO taxes Dec. 1st Ray Pai?e 3 00 J W essie tries of Kansas. Settlers, stop - cannot withstand disease as well as to cause genuine alarm, but, 3 00 S 4,265 42 J N Fletcher Who's You Suppose It Was? ping in the midst of the prairie, ' as those whlch are stronS in that as this PaPer views the matter, 3 00 CREDITS. Wm Humphress 3 00 By certificate of allowance would pitch tents, set up a sod resPect- - In case hgs are troubl- - prohibition is not so much a mat-$3,418 20 Jas M McQuerry i i 6 15 St. Peter was aroused by a house or two. and bestow a name ea W1 cts aa valorem tax on aisease it is almost im- - ter of law as of home and re- J W Thompson 3 95 S7 S3 $62 737 wrongfully listed J C England knocking on the gate of heaven on the settlement. Along would possible to rive them medicine ligious training. If young men 3 00 6 per cent penalt on taxes re Isam Kearns upon inquiring who was cornea townsite promoter, and or any thing else that wil1 3 00 Do and and women reach maturity under leased after Dec 1st L C Perkins 3 00 Commission for collecting v. T A Furguson without received the reply, in a few months lots on the fu- - very heIPful- - About all we can the proper influence there would 3 00 R L Beard 3 00 fture metropolis of the state would do is to feed a ration that can be , not be so many unhappy raar-L G M.cCIister 53.30! 'GeorWashinton-2 35 Total Debits on Jas T England 'what have you done to merit on the market Many of easily aieatea ana Keep them m nages. The Grit, 3 00 Road Fund 81265 42 Milt Burton 'tWp fnwn lived onlv a few clean quarters, thoroughly disinheaven?" askea the saint. 3 00 Total Credits H L England Each age of our lives has its Joys. 3 00 3853 40 on Road Fund Chas Sinclair "I helped to established a months, while others strugled fect the Pens and lefc the disease Old people should be happy, and they 60 11 Chas Sinclair great nation," was the modest along for years before dying a run its course. Farmer's Home will be if Chamberlain's Tablets are ta3 00 Balance due by RCNeal ken to strengthen the digestion and 27 55 Sheriff on Road F $ 412 02 Mose Wooten rejoinder whereupon the father natural death. Many fortunes Journal. keep the bowels regular. These tablets 3 00 I therefore find that A D Patteson, OM Tabor' country was invited to en- from the East were squandered are mild and gentle in their acton and 3 00 Sheriff of Adair County, Kentucky, is of his Cleveland Burton To Grow Watermelons. and especially suitable for people of 2 65 indebted to said county in the sum of ter. in Kansas real estate speculation. C R Hutchison middle age and older. For sale by PauU 300 $753 27 on the General Fund and $412 Arthur Stotts A few decades after, a tall.ca In their brief existence, many Drug Co. 3 00 02 on W L Farris the Road Fund making a total of daverous individual presented To grow watermelons, plow 2500 00 Sl.lC") 29. less whatever towns added exciting chapters The Champion Bridge Co delinnuent Belter Farming Methods. taxes the court may allow him for the himself at the pearly gates and to Kansas history. County seat the land well and run out fur-waI was then shown a list of year 1911. 97 polls erroneously charged requested admission. were in fashion, and sever- - rows ten feet apart. Fill them The Bureau of Statistics of the All of which is respectfully reported. to said Sheriff and released "Who are you?" asked St. Pe- al rival towns frequently fough half full of manure, and just by the court, which ordered A. a. ijaiiard, commissioner Agricultural department has just Adair Fiscal Court. ter. and list are filed herewith; possession of the county fore planting, add half a ton of issued the a comparative statement Witness my hand this May 16 1912 I therefore gave said Sher- commercial fertilizer of production of farm products. "I am Abraham Lincoln, was records. When the final choice high-grad- e 97 polls at Walker Bryant Clerk. riff credit by 97 00 By L. O. Taylor D. C. $1 00 each the reply. Of course the great was made the defeated rivals, to an acre, and bed on this. Fatten From this statement it is noted 1 was then shown an order of emancipator was assigned one of their sole purpose of existencej the bed somewhat and drill the that Germany in 1SS4 was proCourt releasing the ad vaseed liberally all along the bed. ducing gone, would rapidly decline. lorem tax on 562,737 worth SHFDIFFS SFTTI F1WFWT ithe high seats in heaven. an average of 40.6 bush" of property which had been passage of a few which j when a good stand is certain, els an acre of the five crops of After the In some cases, towns SCHOOL FUND. wrongfully listed, or belong- have disappeared, once had a thin out five feet apart, and as ' more decades there came a terri1911. ing to persons who had wheat, rye. barley, oats and Do- gone from the county, or vines start to run scatter ajtatoeS) while in fie hammering upon the golden population exceeding 2,000, but! the the 3ame year who have no property out Viqtyi .. , mni.f vj. MU.111 naimx v.o1 mm. tablesnoonf ul of nitrate of snda .1 . tne gate and St. Peter in much A Statement and Settlement of the UE.U mvo xi iiiuou of which to make said mat united states was oro accounts of A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of f:iil Hvao wnll nrnnnri psinh hill gave taxes: I therefore hastened to ascertain than 1,000 inhabitants. VUtbllUbU H Vii ducing 30.2 bushels; and that 25 wfwiv aw Adair County Kentucky, of the collec- said Sheriff credit by 21 cts until the vines are in the VVcjr vnovo lntor Clavmamr Vo.3 ol tions and disbursements of the nifteen the cause of the racket. Looking on each $100 ad valorem tax and as the melons set, sow crim - yanced to 7Lg bushels (15c) cents ad valorem tax and the fif- - timidly out he saw a pompous inworth for General Fund and Short Stops. p5r acre G F 131 75!ty (oOc)cents poll tax levied by the 14 cts. for Road Fund dividual in a Rough Rider's uni;auu C1UVC1 aeeu " uvet W1B i,IUU while in the United States the RF 87 83 Adair Fiscal Court at its April term Cantaloupes are grown in the average 1911, on all property and persons, not in form and brandishing a big stick. I then gave said Sheriff credit was 24.8 bushels. Ger-After all, icebergs are not same way except tne rows are' the Graded Common School District of by the 6 per cent, penalty s "Who are you?" asked St Pe- i j flip tnwn nf P.nlnmhin nnrt nrflprpfl on. on the 21 cent ad valorem half as dangerous a automobiles. six feet apart and thinned to 20 man ltuin lauus nave ueu iium lected and paid to the treasurer of the ter tremulously. ed for hundreds of years. More 3 tax each S100 worth on County Board of Education for the None of your business who I The rattle of the lawn mower inches. Use mostly sandy soil than 50 per cent., of American property released by year 1911. the Court after Dec. 1st for came the tart reply: "just now makes life merry in the for watermelons. farm lands have been farmed for At the regular October Term of the am," the General Fund and 14 cts suburbs. Ex. 2 J2 Adair Fiscal Court, I was appointed tell God I'm here." GF for the Road Fund less than half a century. 1 95 Commissioner of said court to settle RF The male mosquito does not Proper Patching. Other comparisons might be 231 67 with A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair General Fund bite anyone. He gives preced-- j county, his accounts of the collection Tit For Tat. cited all to the same effect, but Total Credit on releases 89 78 and disbursements of the ad valorem ence to the the lady. Road Fund would simply emphasize the need tax of 15c on each SlOu worth of tax- When children's dresses have I then deducted this $231 67 "Women first" should be the farming methods in the able property and a 50c poll tax on each Assailing Mr. Roosevelt, Mr. release from.the total debit to be patched, be sure to match ' of better taxable poll outside of the Graded rule in the street cars as well on on General Fund of $10,145need in the weave of the material, and ' United States. There is School District of Columbia, levied by Taft says: "Just in what I nave 13 which leaves a debit for the liners. this country of greater produc- 9913 46 said court at its April term 1911 for the failed, just in what respect I am the General Fund of if it he strined or nlnid aid of the common schools of Adair 1 then deducted from the towhich can only be secured different from what I was when Much poetry' will have to be take greafc care fte lineg q tivity, county, and therefore, in the month of tal debit on Road Fund Of clock is memQS .;tnrougn March 1911, I did make said settlement he recommended me I have been rewritten if the 'I e figure exactly match. $4565 42 the said release of to come into general use. and report same as follows: $89 78 which leaves debit be,(luiring' scientlfic treaent 01 unable to see. Before applying the natch I find the total taxable property in 4175 64 for Road Fund of planning sure thafc the material of theitheso11- - io this end the agn- "I am here to say why he! An Indiana farmer is Adair county for said year to be I then added the General Fund cultural colleges of the several From this amount I deducted should not be nominated, and to sow" his oats by aeroplane. uaLun iiinLLiiea Lilt; ULt:;s:s in .u debit and the Road Fund the taxable property in the Graded wViv if nnminnt-pndebit which makes a total EVu. QVomnin a v,.u states have now undertaken to ha will mn Wild oats nresumablv. 14 089 10 School District of $656,362, leaving a debit of No. Belinda, it is not from faded varment with a niR of educate the farmer, These col- balance of $2,260,559. I therefore the risk of defeat in election. For collecting this amount 1 charged said Sheriff 15c on each $100 gave said Sheriff credit by "Theodore Roosevelt economical motives that states- - new material. If the dress is Ieees have experimented with worth of said amount, ad valorem tax the commission allowed by be-dangerous man to in - men strive to save the party. faded, wet a bit of new material soi,s- - determined their needs, for said common school purposes for the would law of 10 per cent on the toxical with the compliment of A New York tailor says and leave it in the sun until it and are now sending their in 500 00 year 1911. first $5 000 which is find the total number of persons in I 1 then gave him credit by 4 putting him in a place and giving motoring enlarges the chest, but too, is faded the same amount as structors. Adair county who pay poll tax to be per cent on the remaining ops nnf mpnn 363 56 3650. From this number I deducted him the power that has been de - Up mnT1pv Ithe dress itself : then it can be $9 089 10 which is 333 the number who paid poll tax in the nied to every American president GENERAL FUND put on underneath the tear, the Senator B. M. Arnett, of RECAPITULATION cnest. Graded School District, leaving 3317. DEBITT Nicholasville, .who has been in. I then charged said Sheriff with a poll since the beginning of the gov- Ifc 'takes mQre than a mere frayed edges cut away and the $ 3728 00 To 3729 tithes $1.00 eacb Lexington for , tax of 50c on each of the polls for the eminent . . 18 00 ,.ri . f . , edges of the tear sewed down the hospital in wnere ne was 18 tithes at $1 00 each said school fund for the year 1911. , .. - ., Is it fair, is it honest, isita; 21 cts ad valorem tax on with invisible stitches. Damp several weens, I then charged him with Franchise WWWW.V . v.... ....- w wv ..fVlT.nl 6086 97 557 en and press the patch on the critically ill, has almost entirely Tax on the corporations doing business square deal for him to turn-ogas meter. 4 21 cts ad valorem tax on in Adair County not in the Graded me and denounce me for a reaccovered, and was able to leave 38 56 School District. woman piloted! wronjside and it will be almost An American e nospicai yesterday morning. Franchise tax on Bank of Co. I then charged him with 6 per cent., tionary for following the only the first airship across the imnniWa tn p wWo ffc fel" " """" 101 22 lumbia He is much improved although penalty on all unpaid taxes on Decem- course Which he advised me to Franchise tax on First NaEnglish channel the first onej ment has been mended. ber 1st 1911. which made said Patte still somewhat weak, 59 99 take?" tion Bank son's debits as follows: a woman, by Franchise Tax on Citizens Assailing Mr. Taft, Mr. RooseDEBITS 25 67 Bank The Divorce Evil. A Connecticut youth' has play velt says: "Four years ago Mr. . To 15 Franchise tax on,. Columbia cents ad 'valorem tax ed the piano continuously for 65 2 10 Telephone Co. on $2 260 659 $3390 84 Taft had not discovered that I gives the endurance Franchise tax on Farmers Franchise tax on Farmers was a flatterer, a demagogue, hours, which On Saturday last in Philadel- ' 22 43 Bank, Cane Valley 16 02 Bank Cane Valley engaged in honey-fuggli- record to his neighbors. egotist, and Franchise tax on Farmers phia county there were filed 145 Franhhies tax on Farmers iimiRosiion caused 21 00 Bank, Casey Creek Bank Casey Ceek 15 00 the people, and yet I A Chicago woman is seeking actions for divorce. This is the rj nna two years. I tripri mo great dsstirys for manv tKi.ra r.Z relief, but eotmtle help, till at 'astltonad 6 per cent penalty on unpaid I it ia the best pills or medicine I ever tried 3317 titches at 5o cents each 1658 50 stood then exactly where I stand divorce because of her hus- largest number ever filed in 40 19 6 per cent penalty on unpaid taxes Dec 1st that band's fondness for onions. 'county on a single day. The 2S 71 now. taxes Dec 1st 410,146 18 "We have not changed posi Sour pigs feet are, however number is so large as to have , CREDITS $5109 07. $86,43 05 Bv certificates if allowance CREDITS tion, we progressives, and we worse still. been a subject for comment by T A Green t j (Continued from 2nd page.) -- f 97 00 1912 Pearl Hindman Supt tion $1000 00 2L 53 21 cts ad valorem tax' on $62-receipt Dated March 9th 1912 3 00 131 75 737 wrongfully listed 1000 00 Pearl Hindman Supt 4 25 6 per cent penalty on taxes 15 cents ad valorem tax on 10 30 released after Dec 1st 2 92 each $100 worth of $53 030 3 00 Commission for collecting 518 14 property released by order 5 00 79 55 of Court 3 00 $9,391 85 6 per cent penalty on 15 cents 10,145 13 3 40 Total Debit General Fund ad valorem tax on $20 523 Total Credit General Fund 9,391 86 3 00 worth of property released 3 00 1 S6 by Court after Dec 1st 3 70 Balance due by Sheriff on 4 per cent commission for Gen. F. 753 27 3.00 collecting $5 027 07 2201 11 3 00 RECAPITULATION ROAD FUND $22S2 52 3 00 DEBITS RECAPITULATION 14 cts ad valorem tax on 20 95 S2 SOS 557 4,057 98 Total Debits on School Fund $5109 07 2232 52 3 00 14 cts ad valorem tax on Total Credits on School Fund 300 S18 364 25 71 $2826 55 Balance due by Sheriff 3 00 Franchise tax on Bank of CoI therefore find and report that 3 25 67 48 lumbia A. D Patteson, Sheriff of Adair coun4 45 Franchise tax on First Naty, Kentucky, is indebted to the School 4 60 39 99 tional Bank four years ago. It is Mr. Taf t who has left us, and who has joined the enemy. Therefore our attitude toward Mr. Taf t can be expressed in the words of Abraham Lincoln, when he said: 'I will stand with anybody who stanas tor the right; stand with. him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong." " -- I ! j . i.i... ' 1" 1 ! ' .1 j 1 i-- i I 1 Pve j " 4 I j 1 J rs J be-ov- er I , i i i tre-piati- on r-r j I I ! j i j j l 1 1 i I $23-19- j I , I j ; 24-ho- ur im?rT ; $2,-916,9- ! 1 4.. .., - ' I ' a j , ! i .. . ,. j n I $18-36- ; cr. 'ill ! I il 1? f JulM3Cil IdlJiSl DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Gnyan, W. Va. ng -- 1 07 noils released from taxa- - i NewLifePills 28 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL ORUSSISTS. t By receipt Dated January 3rd ( jt- stand exactly where we stood v, Charles Frohman, who is in a the Philadelphia newspapers, one -- .t V? zl A i. uHfAl . 5 It- - I V. A .7,' yj ' r 1 JS i Ii " '- si. .6.. II ' 1 J&&1JmWmV:&-ZL- dFHsL-w-i- ft - ' B- - m 'U II IH re- 2fc .tos.. M r- v.. 'Tj? - ' T1S...s. CZk V i - t :,, ,4 1 l"- .. vrf - rr-.I- l. - '.Sjsf'T.r -7.L'V- rt'ij fzj&r : wh .. ? . - Ti I" Lm- - U0T. - Cvl t - - Jr 1 i JMiVJ- - is1-i- tv j Li y- - THE ADAIR COUNQS rLWS M feair ADAIR COUNTY HEWSj Uponthi confession of Pres-- Published Every Wednesday BY THE -- County News Company. (Incorporated.) chs. s. Harris - editor. ident Gomez that his army was unable to protect foreign property from the rebels, the War Department ordered marines to land in Cuba and four battleships at Key West were dispatched. iKfi&jsBrasiifiiiaraffinraKsii Section 7 of the new primary law Says: Time and Place of tr- m Adair and adjacent counties. Filing For all offices to be voted as sec-- j for by the electors Of One COUnty at tbe Columbia da mail matter. or of a cjty district or subdivis ion therein, except members of iVED. JUNE., 5, 1912 Congress, said nomination papers shall be filed with the County Clerk xf such county, at least thirty days priorto the holding .of the primary election. For For President j OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD, State officers,fmembers of Cong-- , of Alabama. ress, and for all officers to be voted for by the electors of more Announcements ' than one county, said nomination paper shall be filed with the ForJCongress Secretary of State, at least forWe are authorized to announce Jack Chinn a candidate for Congress in the ty days before the holding of the eighth district, subject to the action of primary election. tbe Democratic Primary to be held Au-- 1 nowennriAr dp. voted to the in of the City of Columbia and the people Post-office Look Your Binders and Mowers Over . w M. m m m m m m m . ! Democratic Ticket. Report to us REPAIRS Needed at once and Save EXPRESS We are ready to Furnish you Deering Bmd- ers, Mowers, Rakes, and Twine. Prices Right. ' . m gust, 3rd. Suiiivan. One weekfrom publican National Convention will meet in Chicago. On the eve of to-da- y the Re M The Jeffries Hardware Store ed m m m (fen The population of the United A majority of Editor News: States could sit down to a light j? r.. .11.. i ii . :ii will you allow me space in luncheon and eat the Astor forHaving raised $80 000 from tne ommuree is inenaiy 10 mr. other sources, Caldwell College, Taf but many of the leaders your columns to speak briefly to tune out of existence in five or Danville will get $20 000 prom- - believe the contests will be set- - my friends and acquaintances in ten minutes. After that, what? ' my old Kentucky home. feed by Andrew Carnegie on that tled f airly Hence if Mr- - Taf Just nothing. Never again. The average Kentucky fellow, claims are meritorious, he will condition. Take a great fortune in anothbe nominated on the first ballot, who comes west of the Miss- er way and use it without im' issippi tells, or the Westerner The Ohio State Republican and vice versa. mediate destruction. Say it's a -say he does, that he is from the Convention awarded to Pres- hundred millions; say a hundred Hon. Geo Nell. of this place, f amou3 Blue Grags regions j ident Taft the six delegates at. million people decide not to eat ,. : , Vjon-!- j. i large to the national convention. has received notice irom disclaims suen creuii, u any gressman Ben of the. j f. ' it all up just as quickly as you The roller was well greased. could mention Jack Robinson. ., ,, rt , Fourth district, that his pension! , T Mocc, itiau xiuiii iiic uiuc iiicxoo. Say they resolve to use the natNorman "R. Map.k. Chairman of has hpp.n increased from $30.00 ' ' ask them to mark me as an ex- - ural income of it, just the way the Democratic National Com-- ; to SoO. 00 per month, the Senate ,, y , . , . p "on an reason always has to figure the mittee, says that any Democrat having passed the House bill ?f , , HIV ' J.J1UJ.C til llUill UliC llllia. use or normal capital and pro- nominated at Baltimore will de several days ago Mr. "MpII is nn i Vii,rvKl Vinmo on1 nlono 'ductive agencies. Say the inardent Republican, and before' feat either Taft or Roosevelt. Towr nnr ic in Adair was taken out of the... ....;:?r. come available for use is an av. . . ot erage of 4 per cent. Say, if you The name of United States, Eleventh district, he turned his Mexico and near the loot-hill- s .Senator James O'Gorman and! claims into the hands of Con itheRocky's. We can see scat-- j please, it is 4 per cent. Say, if, tering peaks some of which rise you please, it is 5 per cent. Well probably those of two others will gressman Johnson, who assured be considered for the temporary hjm aat he wouW do . , ; for above the timber line, and at that there would be an annu- chairmanship of the Democratic . . . ...they only appear four or five :al income of $5,000,000. And ,,. tn t "l frAiinpn i.? v vwilnfi rr TL nrnT iNauonai oonvenuon. "' 1Ctt,,l,J" that would give every one of the increase. The bill was quicklv ,1""ca ttWtxJ' t Unnpn they are irom thirty to ntty hundred million people an income nnrrl o rl Tnctyrr The Arkansas Convention at: jmiles distant. Capiline moun- - of a cent a year a nickel car y del-- . Little Rock instructed the . tain, which in ages unrecorded, o r.. oueah.tjr wart, mu,-ar- e ui lb in tae otJiiatt;. jDeiuie was nvt ntfllfn fTlnnmA is plainly fare once a year. Yes, less than jl lie rmt an txvitivt; vvjicanu egauun xor half a cent a month about pos- tne Din was" introduced Mr. iNeii Speaker's son, scarcely 21 years , in view. tage stamp. Less than a mill of was an aamirer or ,r jonnson, mr. r r . Jl i mi l of age, made a brief address to i0aay ,s a C00;' wmay' cloua3' income a week about 10 weeks whose diligent and effective the convention amid wild work for an soldier aaV; ine C001 wina 1S very com" income to get together a copper makes the tie all the stronger. mon at this time of the year but penny. rfi- riA tvfiikU aIaiiJt The hardest thing for so many Gov. Harmon won his fight in , Senator Bradley is also an old! tueic "iiuniuuuiuuuujr 1U AveiituLiiy. good folks to understand is that the Ohio State Democratic Con- - friend, and the interest he mani- - ei db was uite a lot of mois" if they got all that comes out of There vention for the application of the fested is highly appreciated. snovv a productive agency (with out unit rule by a vote of 597 to 355, Mr. Nell has baen in declining ture here m the form of tne records rePrt about elnty making it produce fnoreT they and will have the support of the health for several years and the PAi.Hr.airrhf UWtUgULtJ tJ ha nam. r.ooooo-- .VJ. fho hill tvac Tvmiifnri- - Indies.;, CUIlbtiqUtillLiy there is wouldn't get much more than O.WI lJ "Jkllb rlacicrataa fn U(l 1tlll SUk7tKV nf - Will II MU IIM. 1WV1 nothing suffering for rain yet. they had been getting: in fact, ocratic National Convention atjous. Wheat, oats and rye look fine get less, as human nature Baltimore. but very little was sown. Corn, TTAulrn AliiCan Not Come. A.- aF lll.n 91 2 . We are authorized to announce J. A. Sullivan, ofJMadison county, a candi- Taft and Col. Roosevelt claim to young man. being 73 years of ing to how much under a hun- - ( and makes the capital earn 5 per must bear the responsibility, and date for CongressHin this the Eighth be the winner. 5 According to the i age, and he finds it necessary to dred millions the Aster estate is cent wouldn't play in the game the people will know what to do, District, subject to the action of the tables of instructed strength sub- - j Democraticlprimaryjtojbe hej August conserve his strength. But that isn't the only error that that way for nothing. So, as j No fair-mindcitizen of Ken-Ti- p 3, 3912. mitted to the public, by metro-- . people who think like that fall i Respectfully, told you, the employees tak-- ! tucky will question the fact that .. politan papersfneither of the two Harvey Helm. G. E. Johnson, into. There's the bigger 'ques- ing all all of what would be Mr. McCreary has made, and is We are authorized to announce that . have strength sufficient to elect tion of the economic use of left without brains and energy ' making an excellent Governor, Secretary to H. W. Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln couuty 0n first ballot. The contests wealth to be a perpetual creator and talent of the management , He secured at the hands of the is a candidate "for Congress, m the ; Eight district, 'subject to the Demo-- ! wlU be settled by the National, Guy, N. M. of product or other benefits. that wins success would get last Legislature afar more sub-muc- h cratic primary to be held August 3, Committee, and it all depends 1 j". Sks .sv . TjHrtPinVMi- - ' IliHiiillHHllliilliiiiHiHlllSi - ...... I ; J j upon its action. i fc ' .... j j i ts ' j ! I .,....,. T j ! . ," 3 ' Vviyf-V- i . TvTrvfl-ioikc- f : .. . W'T 1 I- -t n v4-rr- Vi : , v. 1 i.i. . 1 ! . 1 ? ' ex-Fede- ral . , I I . . ""Tr-4l : ; j ! . V- A less than before, instead stantial fulfillment of the proof more. New York Press. gressive pledges of his party by the 7 livery,"TTZi country village ' than had been expected pessimists, or even predicted by-has an ambition to become a sanguine. In the re- center and a boom city, with no the more fight within the Democratic special natural features or geog- - , cent party the moral element of the ographical advantages. Under . State rallied behind the Gover-such conditions what is most, nor and won for him deserved needed is some enterprise on the part of its local capihsts They,,recognition of the good work he v rvn rr v ly i xiiusi marvc tuc mat auvaiiLC 111 Gov. McCreary has yet, howthe uncertain field developement. important w,ork to They must capitalize small fac- ever, much do, and in no way can he more tories and see that they are kept thoroughly confute his enemies, employed.. When the local busplease his friends and serve the iness is finally developed and than by appointing three proves to the world that they are State strong men to the new Prison successful, then outside enter ; prises will be sure to step in and Board. Of. these three, one should be eniov vour nrosneritv with vou TCf nuv afoiw ,!, unco a 'Republican, andhe should be a vuuw hi uu .viivtv favorite fishing hole and catches man whose name stands for fish, and all the other fishermen something. Under the law as it who see that he is catching will stands,. no one will criticize the drop their hooks right by the Governor for appointing two Democrats to this commission of side of the lucky fisherman. The three. It may ' be said that a business man of any town should Republican willbehejpless stop talking ajid hoping for others single to influence appointments, but to do something for the town. watch what is going on, They should get together them- -' he can lend his influence to the advanceselves and prove to world that ' of the merit system, and they have a money making town. ment thus both serve the State and asNo outsider will want to fish in i sist the Governor. our swimming hole until we Gov. McCreary has, as he wel I prove that they can catch fish. . knows, bitter enemies and malignant critics within his own The New Prison Board. partv. Here is his golden oppor-frnnifv nnrl v& hnna Via will cm- . . . l , - 1 - 1 I k , 1 ; i ! milo and garden truck are start-- 1 The District of ' Columbia Su-- ; ing up" nicely. preme Court ordered the jury in Louisville. Kv.. 'June 3. 1912. G G. Turpin, the trial of Griffin Halstead, son Hon; j R Hindman, of the late Murat Halstead, Columbia, Ky. Astor Fortune. charged, with embezzlement or, ear gr: hereafter larceny of a $5,000 check, to YnilPR n - MflV nnth.toMr. Wat-- ! newspaper editor who fig- - they got their "fair share" they administer the affairs of the The bring in a verdict of not guilty..' terson was reeejved just as he rrmlrlVi rnlli nr in Invurv. niflfci. &" -' ured out--0r rather who didn't "v"'" state's prisons. leaving for the East. It figure out, but safd that Astor 's least great comfort so their ag-- j The Eyening Posfc does not 'Forty-eigmore delegates 'would give him great pleasure to fortune divided up among the itatorsteaders are forever tell- - fouht that the new vegirQQ Jn the l were added to Mr. Taf t's column deliver an address to the good menj WOmen and children of the ing them and so they are expect-- , priaons wju be greaty superior by the National Committeevat people of Adair county, as his 'United States, would have given ing, or rather trying for three, M fche sy8tem thafc ig abandoned Chicago, Saturday. This makes maternal family originated in! each nearly $1,700, looks supreme-- a four, five, ten dollars a weeklTn tho fllhlpo vo w, a am, v,.v. ,w .,iti uug ic-seventy-tw- o But 5 per cent returns sponsibility centered upon one gained by that county. However' he is now iv ridiculous to' the whole 'World, more. total of ' the President since the hearing making no engagements to speak ifor everybody will put a pencil on a million give $50.00. And j man, the Governor. If the Govthey got it all, that would be commenced. Up to Monday Col. publicly anywhere, and is doing and paper test on an editors if less than a dollar a week more ernor's appointees "play polriotgained a vote.-jrhiRoosevelt had utmost to get away from mathematical break and find it for each. But the brains and itics" in the prisons, the Gover- HON , J, A. SULLIVAN, ThetfCentucky contest was taken public speaking. As you know; would be.instead of $l,700.some energy and talent of the man nor can promptly remove them. flnnriMftta for Crnorpt;i fn Wattersori is no longer a 60 or 70 or 80 cents or so accord- - j agement-tha- t up Monday. Mr. employs' 1,000 men If he fails to do so, the Govrenor Eichth dis trfet. ,,. i ; , . i brace it. d The terms of the present berg of the Kentucky Prison WU1MUUU Board, the survivors of the old capital engaged in a mill and regime, expire by limitation Jnne keeping 1,000 men employed 12 next, and on or about that! may earn for the owners or the date Gov. McCreary will appoint capital 5 per cent. Most of those a commission of three, removaemployers are cocksure that if ble at his pleasure, to i mem-woulj A Liuisvilie Post. ,J " ."um """ lI I - ! tmnmKxmmmmtmmmmmmtm -- - . ; : j i ht , j j iv j s j ; they . - v fefci . 4 N, h:t- -. h& V, r. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS & Grissom, who was the ed. Not only was it a genuine revival m rXTt, ATO, CTO, Tlh jOT rffl9i XT) KIT r vtr mv m. principal in the music department of a por - the church, but souls were saved .Rev. ft T. Brown, of Glasgow, was.: Tennessee College, reached home a few present and delivered some very helpdays ago. Mr. C. L. Foster, Lexington, was ful addresses Prof. R R. Moss, of AT7V. Capt. W. W. Bradshaw and' Mrs. Lindsey-Wilso- n here a few days ago. Training School elec Bradshaw have returned from Barren trified the Conference on Thursday ; Mr. A. 0. Burrey. of Campbellsville, county and are now at their home morning when he addressed the Con- was here last Friday. on Burkesville street. ference on the subject: "What Might i Mr. J. S. Morris, Hardyville, was who has been the Laymen Do in the Columbia Dis-- , Miss Laura Smythe, here a few days ago. teaching at Whighain, Ga., returned trict?" His address was brimming' && Mr.,13. U. Gilpin, called to see our home last Friday. She expects to full of good things and stirred the lay men as no other address did grocerymen last Thursday. teach in Adair county this year. The reports show that 335 have been Mr. Bryan Miller, was here from Mrs. T. A. Murrell was called to added to the church membership, and i Crocus one day last week. Texisaweek ago, her father, Mr. 480 conversions to God since last OcIn order to save express charges, let us Mr. W. L. Walker was on the sick Owen Miller, being in a very critical tober, i condition, not expected to live. list a day or two of last week. know once you now need Trot. Moss and I were entertHined at gg? Mr. M. Redfern, of Louisville, was Mrs. A. Hunn was taken violently ill Bro, J. H. Richey's. This to us was a i fa for Binders Mowers. in Columbia one day last week. last Tuesday night and for awhile her pleasure never to be forgotten. They,5afiy ' mak-- , ?ih spared neither time nor pains in Mr. Tim C. Cravens returned f rom a j condition was alarming. We are glad ing our stay in their home a joy to us to report that she is now better. visit to Tompkinsville, last week. J. W. Weldon. i Miss Bettie McCorkle, who has made Mr. W. B. Cave, wno lives in Taylor, county,' was in Columbia Monday. LOUISVILLE MARKETS past yeas, left last Saturday to spend Mr. W. T McFarland, spent last a few weeks in Greensbur. week at Rowena, Russell county. Mr. VV. L. Baker, his son and daugh- Latest Quotations on Live Stock Mr. R. H. Durham, has returned ter, Lisle and Dorothy, of Monticello, are visiting Mr. Baker's fBther, ."Judge from Elizabethtown and Louisville. CATTLE H. C. Baker, his sister and brother. IT $7.00(jj7.5U Shipping steer Wi!p'Wlwy,MWWlWlyWiV? Mr. John F. Shaw, made this last gi$?J5?W Mr. Geo. Burkes, wife, daughters, Beef steers 5..50((6.50 week, spending Sunday of this week. Georgia and Lucile, of Lebanon, visited Fat heifers and cows 42o6.00 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Atkins, at the home of Mrs Mary Biggs from Cutters 3.0o4.00j were here, shopping, Thursday. last Saturday until Monday morning. 2.003.00 Canners i- .- i 3.255.00 Bulls Virginia Coffey accompanied Miss Mary D., daughter of Mrs and Mr. 4.255.75 (f to ' her aunt, Mrs. N. M. Tutt, to Illinois. and Mrs. A. D. Patteson, left last week Feeders ti. 3.755.50 Stockers Mr. C. B. Rine, lumber dealer, was to spend two months with relatives in Choice milch cows 35.00-45.here from Campbellsville afewdays North Middleton, Corbin and Lexing- Common to fair cows . . . 15.00-35.ton. ago. S9 Wholesale and Retail HOGS ss Mr. Hugh Noe was talk'ng farm Mr. .1. W, l?lowers, cashier of the Ttl f 'OU 7.751 machinery here a day or two of last Bank of Columbia, accompanied his Choice 210 up ' week. i . .),r . ' SO' brother, Dr. Woodruff FloWers, to Mediums, 165 to 210. 'i,sZT.V i rri ,IgZaGKSftv : vUfv Pigs "ttiv i 7"j"r Mrs. Neilson's mother, who has been Louisville and was present at his mar- Roughs 7.00 All Kimf.s or Plaining .Mill Work, Doors and Blinds riage. visiting in the South, returned last PR!" "?'T SHEEP AND LAMBS Mrs, N. M. Tutt and little son, Naweek. vrtv- thaniel, left the first of the week for Best lambs 5.00 6.00 Mr. John Q, Alexander made his regu- Plymouth, 111., where they will spend . 3.005.00 lar trip to Columbia the latter part of several weeks with Mrs. Tutt's sister, Culls GI CnzBOr 3.00-4.Fatsheep last week. Mrs. Sam Mourning. nT"li", il GRAIN, Misses Stella Jones and Jesse Taylor, Miss Nettie Clark, sister of Mrs. C. c;t .Mcdiclae. Makcb 12 Galium:, Montpelier, were shopping here last WHY NOT MAKE 105 A MONTH M. Russell, who has been visiting a Wheat Every pw'trv rnlsct nho-'- ii kucp s Tir! Thursday. SO mi meCiciue m ar.i W.;e o: irec ' brother in Dallas. Texas, for the past Corn. 350.00 a Week, almost StO.00 a Day Miss Cora Hogard, who has been e;ght months, returned to Columbia the -J2t:iH;1o-'- . RC'JRSC:! Locaf Market. H in College at Russellville, has returned rsj. 0j ast- weeij. Selling Victor Safes and Sold by to Columbia. to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentist ooiea nnrt Miss Mirand Williams, of Hinton, farmers, all of whom realize theneed PRULL DRUG CO. Mr. A. G. Todd and daughter, Miss Okla., and two children of Eld. Vertise of asafe.but donotknowhoweasyitistoown one. Salesmen declare our proposition oneof 12 Columbia, iw. Eggs. Ella, are visiting relatives in Cumberthe bst, clean-cu- t opportuniWilliams, of Stillwater, Okla., are visties ever received. Without previous 8 Hens. land county. g&&s can duplicate the iting Mrs. Helena Williams, this place, of others. HrJih.7.v.i Our Birthday Dinner. illustrated ' Miss Frances Reed, accompauied Mr. mother and grandmother of the above fvi& JftfCdk' t-' 15 m Chickens Jn-iwill er .. yoa to uresent tli - .uk ea'ak .m-.Jo. Rosenfield on his return trip to mentioned. mi rs ill .is interest in;; a iiinmier 3 Cocks . . . you wre pi oi'hk Uronph our factory. Mr.. i as Middlesboro. On last Sunday, being the 9th day of salcMiieii r.vcuv.iuvice .ind instruction.-- for iHli:i ii,puuii-Rev. D. H. Howcrton, pastor of the com j talking ponns which it is uupoaiihl.- - for a safs. si'iiil 7 June, the friends of Mr.-B- . Turkeys prwperut,. to dfiv Whv P. Grider Miss Mattie Taylor, of Lexington, Baptist church, this place, was visiting ""-- u .ti appiy irwu your ninu ""-lore tUllltM uHse"-- i le ttmtrrr 4 of the Montpelier section gave him a Geese c can f.xv(-- only one out f local:. . Monday and will spend the in Indiana last week, and on Sunday he arrived last :J5t,i ,irjii 9 surprise dinner, it being his 4oth birthrary of mr f Ducks ' summer here. i2 met four brothers and one sister at w.is j 10 IS Wool spring clipping. saUs iit.th- nfrday. Evansville and they all dined together f r.ji m "in- h Miss Stella Conover who taught '. UMt 8 Hides (green) ,, A short while before 12 o'clock the awake mm v. fcr .. jv.m; or school at Dickson, Tenn., returned for the first time in quite a number of 42 Feathers lli'jr ipi 3 !:. nt. "I"!' d crowd began to assemble bringing years. i. rd necet ar-rj- s iiUt home last weok. 4 00 Ginseng We oiroutpnt. baskets. mai.y ti'ouoiiils (! .a.--Mr. J. A. Ritchey and his daughter, n 25 Beeswax Mr. J W. Saltsman, the The table was beautifully spread ot;ral s?,iia'ion, but to Jearn all particular, it salesman for fertilizer,, was here sever- Miss Alene, of Burkesville, arrived Yellow Root 3 50 with inviting delicacies, and after 54 will cot you ocV t'ie pnt-- uL v j last Saturday. Mr. Ritchey returned al days of last wek. a postal card. had eaten the remnants were sufficient t May Apple (per lb) Monday, but Miss Ritchey remained to serve as many more. M for Catalogue 16T. Mr. J. F. and Mr. Ray Montgomery, with her sister, Mrs. John Lee Walker, The day was enjoyably spent in COMMISSIONER'S SALE. went to Jamestown on legal business who has been quite sick for the past THE VICTOR friendly association with some suitable the first of the week. j week, but is better at this writing. j ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT i music. Mr. Grider and his estimable fwlHIKvjlvwaMflHH&KHBk ' j. SAFE & LOOK GO. Mr. S. P. McDowell, Danville, Mr. family make elegant hosts, and it is a Taylor, wife and baby, Claudia Simpson &c PlfTs J Mr. Dean H. R. Caldwell, Burdick, were here Mr. pleasure to be in their home. ' Taylor' mother, Mrs. W. C. Tay-- i Birdie Walker &c Df ts. GIMCINNJITt, OHIO Our Nw Homo. Capacity 20,000 Safes Annually. . last week, looking for stock. Taylor, j Pursuant to judgment m above styled ' Here's wishing him many glad re-- 1 lor and his sister. Miss Diantha Miss Julia Eubank, who filled a posi of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, arrived in j case rendered at May term, 1912, 1 will turns of the day. lion in a millinery store at Central j Columbia for the Summer last Wed- - nn Mnnrtav. .hilv 1st Ifll?. ?.r. thft onurt S. P. Stapp. For Sale. City, returned home last week. j New Barber Shop. nesday afternoon. They are stoppings housedoo'in Columbia. Kentucky, to, U. fj. Jones Mr. Otis Moss and his sister, Susie, at the home of Mrs. M. E. Marcum highest and best bidder, on s credit of m. E. Jones The Famous Parry Buggies. Price Mr. Deane Taylor's wife, before her six months, sell six tracts of lands; all j reasonable of Greensburg, visited the family of J. H. Pelley. Mr. Leo Swanson, a barber of Columbia, Ky. marriage, was Miss Louise Hancock, of which are situated in Adair county, j Judge N. H. Moss, last Sunday. eight year's experience, has and three years ago taught in the OH Leatherwood creek, near Nell, Ky, Vctefinafy Sufgeon Misses Erin G. Howard and Jessie Lindsey-Wilsoopened a shop7 in the Russell reand is very kindly viz: and Dentl&t May Johnson, of Alabama, are visiting membered by many Columbians. building in the apartments for-- I One tract containing U0 aeres known 9 years experience. Special attention at the home of Prof. P. D. Neilson. merly occupied by Geo T. Flow-'er- s, as the Leftwich land, and a tract of given to Surgical and Dental work. Jerssey Bull Mrs Lou Miller, who is in St An- District Conference at Burkesville. timbered land containing 291 acres, Office at residence near Graded School Jr. He respectfully asks owned by the heirs of S, K. Walker, building. Regis- - ifor a share of the patronage thony Hospital, Louisville, writes that we nave a l norougnDreu Kentucky. deceased; also two tracts of lands, one she is improving and is feeling fine. PHONE NO. 7. j tered Jersey Bull that we will stand here. containing 100 acres, more or less, and inf R1 On nr rhf tfnfp rr mir hnmp 31-Miss Eiizabeth Drake, teacher in the Conference of the other containing 72 acres, more or The Columbia District Public schools, who resides at Howling on the Somerset road 1 miles having the force and effect of a JudgCommissioner's Sale. Methodist Episcopal Church, South less, and jointly owned by G. E. HamGreen, spent last Saturday in Columbia. the Bidders will be prepared to ment. from Columbia. convened at Burkesville June 45. ilton and heirs of S. R. Walker, comply promptly with these terms. Miss Ida Todd, who has been in the Rev. W. F. Hogard, the Presiding and both to be sold as one tract: ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, Garrison Bros. W. A. Ooffev Master Commissioner. millinery business at a point in Ken Elder of the District presided.. The Also a store house and lot, and a KENTUCKY. tucky, returned home a few days ago. weather was fine and an unusually dwelling house and lot, at Nell; one N. M. Tutt, Plaintiff, Now is the time to have your Rubber There is no deal need of anyone being Mr. J. C. Yager, representing Mayer large attendance both of the visiting containing 1 acre and 9 poles and the Rachel Hughes &c ..Deft., J firoo Tint rn T VinvA trnah rnhhpr with constipation. Chamber-an- d ( troubled By virtue of a Judgment and order made thisy car, prices lower than ever Boot and Shoe Company, Milwaukee, brethren and of the local citizens pre- other 1 acre and 19 poles, and jointly Tablets will cause agreeable am nrenared to naint Busies, also Iain's owned by Leroy H Walker and heirs of of sale of Adair circuit court, rendered Wisconsin, was here one day last week. vailed throughout. movement of the bowels without any thereof, 1912, in the call and get prices and see my work. i at the May term The writer preached the opening ser- S. R. Walker, deceased. Miss Vic Hughes left a few days-e- go unpleasant effect. Give them a trial. S. F. Eubank. St Bond with approved sureties required above cause, I shall proceed to offer for mon on Monday evening. The first to spend the summer with her brother, business session of the Conference was for purchase price. The shares of Bir-- 1 sale at the Court-hous- e For Sale by Panll Drug Co. door in Colum-di- e Tobe, and other relatives in Quanah. neld Tuesday morning. After a roll Walker, William Walker and Hob- -' bia, Ky , to the highest bidder, at pub- Commissioner's Sale. The young paople in the neighborhood Texas. call by the Secretary, Rev. S. K. son Walker in the 110 acre tract, 'and lie auction, on Monday the 1st., day of and quite a number from Columbia met Mr. W. S Sallee,will leave this week Breeding, Bio. Hogard made a most in the 100 acre tract and 73 acre tract, July, 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson for Horse Cave where he will visit his helpful address to the delegates setting not to be paid, but remains a lien upon thereabout (being County court) upon ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. and spent KENTUCKY. Conover last Saturdry night sister, Mrs. Ellen Smith, several forth the purposes, and aims of the t said lands bearing interest until said a credit of six months, the followirg dedelightfully. several hours very Conference Twenty two of the twen- - infants arrive at the age of 21 years scribed property, A certain .1. H. Young, Plaintiff. week. . & Larance Curry, Deft. ) i pastors in the District were respectively, or have guardians ap- tract of land lying in Adair county Ky., Nellie Jo Henry Burress was fined before Mr. R. A. Myers, wife, and SUB, j ,1, TVio VlllC. pointed. By virtue of a Judgment and Ordur Reference to judgment on on of Russell creek, and fulvu- each" in fciic rnnfflrunxo ..uiuwiniv. Robert Pag?, Monticello, reached here picaciiv dispatched in a dignified but oqderjiook of said court for a more par- ly described by meets and bounds in of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- Judge Moss, last Thursday, 500 iness was five more six whisky cases. There are last Sunday, and will visit several frank way and to the delight and ben- ticular descriptionof said lands the Judgment 'and order of sale, to ed at the May Term, thereof, 1912 in ncqinsh him whu'h Will come UD at the c .1 weeks. i... l which reference ior u. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner is made for a more ne aoove cause, r.i.l sum ui we uuu- - , g temfcer term of court. efit of all who were preseut. The redred and thirteen dol. 28 cents, with . Mr. H. P. Cravens, who has been in ports from the pastors on the District Adair Circuit Court. particular description. Paxton, 111., several months, returned were very encouraging. There was For the purchase price, the purchaser the interest at the rate 6 per cent, per ; sheriff Patteson and his deputies are 19 day of Repair Shop. j uUsjiy engaged copying the tax list and to his home, Joppa, this county, last not a single discouraging note sounded with approved surety or securities, arnium from the costs ,n a few (jays wjh commence receiving. and $33.60 paid, until Thursday. j must execute bond bearing legal inter Every one seemed hope- throughout. 'lianprepared to do all kinds est from day of sale until paid and hav- herein, i snau nroceeu to oner ful. The revival spirit seems to have Mrs Margaret Tucker and Mrs. J. prevailed all over the District. door in Colof DUggy, Work, painting, etc., a. ing the force and effect of a Judgment. for sale at the Court-housMr. F. H. Winfrey is now selling O. Russell, spent lasj Thursday with umbia Ky., to the highest bidder,, at theWatkins remides and will make shoeing 60 Bidders will be prepared to comply One of the features of the Conference specialty. . Horse Mrs. W. T. Dohonny, who lives four well worth mentioning is the preaching cents. Spring and road wagons promptly with these terms. Public7' Auction, on Monday the 1st day regular trip3 ever the county. miles out of town. of July 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. of Dr.- Mann, editor of the Central a5o put in condition. I thereabout (being County Court) upon He had been en- - j class. J W. H. Eubank, We expect to meet a great many M. and airs. L.yickett, Messrs W Wa'ter street, Dr. and Mrs J. N. Page take this a creditrsix months the following de- friendsJof this paper H.Sandusky, Edgar Reed, Oliver Mil gaged previously by the 'Presiding Eld j at Jamestown ' A certain evangelistic services during 4 method of extending their thanks to scribed property, ler, Clel Tarter spent last Sunday at! er to hold" of land situated in Adair County next Monday and Tuesday. the sessions ot the Con ference. He the people of Columbia, who manifest- tract Griffin Springs. For Sale. preached twice each day and his preach- ed such a willingness "to save their Ky., on Green River containing 90 acres Baker & Morrison 'jbaV removed Dr. James Menzis, the osteopatb,-an- Jng was of the old time evangelistic j household goods, when ' it seemed al- more or less, and fully described by their saw mill from.thiplace. taTjoni One 3j log. wagon good a new. most impossible to save the residence, meets and bounds in the Judgment and family are now residents of ColumNo one can estimate, the value wagon. while the tire, raged last Saturday. order of sale, to which reference is Scott's farm on Greenriver" , bia, occupying the" dwelling near1' the of these meetings.. Preachers were led onedm ivisn oro. roaa "E. Cannada. , ' , Methodist-parsonage- . - to a deeper consecration, and laymen) vAn unusually large acreage of o'bacc.o The shifting of the wind saved the made. r- Sand, Ky. purchase price, . the purchas- has been put out "n Adair countv. new Vision 01. ineir uyugauuu t For the . caught a . home. r 30-Mr. L. E. Bradley and wife, attended er with approved surety or securities. to the church. It. was not uncommon Beef cattle musjb be very scarce in the Miller's coi mention in Louisville this must execute Band; bearing legal in- - Vjuue .a number or Adair. countv to bear men say that this was the best. The Burkesville Fair will open Aug- - Adair county, as one is seldom .'- -d vis ted her sister, Mrs. week l paid, and farmers nave plowed over theirgorn; terest from, day of District Conference they ever ttend- - ust lyth and continue four days. HeD- )Vt Personal Miss Mary cTfi -- o -- m.h,i, -- mvj&))W&W7dm? V Zi- To Users of at McCormack BINDERS and MOWERS what repairs and I ! Reed ?mmm. "TV IV Mill-tow- n, C0 I 00 Z t - i, your Hardware Company M g&3&0&&fa!m&i& W'g,S,S55?E19j igU; i ! Sandusky & Co. LUMBER 'aI, Columbia, Kentucky. mm II 00 I BocrboEi'cshryS 5J-:r- $200.o - -- That's J Are-proo- f, To-da- y. well-to-d- o moin-y-matin- s U siu-i-t-s- s haml-onie- ly . "fl- m 1 ; uii-nu- Er - salt-iiu- 'IT" j. :SR 4i.m-ui.ij- - - r'-l-r- -- 1 well-fille- n-i- 1 1 well-know- ! - -- " ! rccfJSjSsiSi r i ! IBIHlHHrKiaKIVEBHCil iruest iEJiumHKa I I I Jones Jones n, i STOCK NOTICE I ' 4t d, ' i -- to-wi- t: ty-fo- ,,-- ,.,. . J .., the-wate- ' 1 -"-" ', e ( ; Workfirst-Methodist-Advoca- te. , to-wi- t; d ' .' J 2t , 1 sale-unti- fo jiZJf i '.'I v-- " - THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS A The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People n Sad Accident. 59ex3SSS)sXaXS S The following article is taken S left me with a frightful cough ci d from the Honey Grove, Texas, very weaK. J. nau spells when I could Signal, and the little boy who hardly breathe or speak for 10 to LO properties that its minutes. Aly doctor could net help .Ace has moreattractions no less than liver and bowels,strengthen the stomach, tvas drowned was a nephew of youth in a is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup serene and quieter life. me, but I was completely cure 1 L But St is this very life of rest without Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other Mr. Fayette Davis, of this place: it sulllcient exercise tliat brings with inremedies. Trustworthy DR. from those disorders that arise a chronic, Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, people like A. B. are Newbern, Tenn., activity. Chief of these One of the saddest accidents and Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris, Ky., persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in say they take it at regular inter- which has occurred in Honey and In that " this way, with accompanying symptoms vals general good way not only mainHENRY WATTERSON, Editor after health, but that they Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, LI. of belching, drowsinesslassitude. eating:, tain Fre- have not in years felt as good as they Grove was the drowning of Carheadaches and general 50c AND SI. 00 A? ALL DRUGGISTS. difficulty of digesting-eve- do now. You will do well to always quently there is light food. Much mental trouble have a bottle of it in the house. It is roll Davis, the son of ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable good for all the family. Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in of all the advice may be remedv. First Anyone wishing to make a of this elderly people should not use remedy before buying it in trial regular Mr and Mrs. I. M. Davis, in the Kiven that the politics.- - It prints all the news without pills salts, cathartic more or powders, waters way of a druggist at fifty cents or one violent purgatives. dollar a large bottle (family size) can Robnett pool in the west part of or any of the What they need, women as well as men, have a sample bottle sent to the homo fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 . C. D. one that is is a. mildto laxative tonic, acts without free of charge by simply addressing Dr. town, Friday afternoon. take and yet pleasant W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Uriping. a year, but you can get the WEEKLY When school was dismissed VETERINARY SURGEON The remedy that fills all these re- Monticello, 111. Tour name andaddress quirements, and has in addition toxic on a postal card will do. COURIER-JOURN- AL Friday afternoon Carroll Davis J and Willie Bray went with Del- mer Yeager to the Robnett pas- AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS belong- ture to drive home a cow The Adair Countv News and Courier-Journ- al ing to Delmer's father. On the BOTH ONE YEAR rtr y &Lp&r vi v Both One Year for $1.50. way they passed the pool, and f not knowing its depbh, Carroll n . . . .. . Altnetin to Eyes Davis and Willie Bray pulled off l, Fistulo, Spavin or any suriyiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitutiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiititiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiai their clothes and attempted to gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon wade across it. About half way a ey due when work is done or stock HI across the pool there is a step-of- f I: removed from stables. if you will givcor send 30111 order to this LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. into about ten feet of water. 0NBURKSV1LLE STREET. Courier-Journa- l. paper not to the Neither of the boys could swim and when they stepped off into I'1 the deep water they sank. .Willie Bray held his breath and came Yr Daily Courier-Journ- al, H. Stone, to the top of the water and manAttoney-At-Laaged to stay on top until help arThe Green River Merckan- li 5 Will practice in H rived but Carroll sank. Yr Sunday Courier-Journ- al, this and adjoining counties. Messrs. Ben Parrish, Barney Kentucky, Jamstown, Received a : H dise Distributor, has 9! Harris and Ben Sam McCleary We can give you a combination cut were the first to arrive and imrate on Daily or Sunday if yon will write H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- mediately went into the water this paper. .after the boys, physicians being Shoes &c. tv'Sa!55?VKi;S summoned in the meantime. 3XS3XXS)S Willie Bray was brought to the Which he is offering at Popular prices. bank immediately and suffered no bad effect as a result of his 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. ? experience. Carroll Davis' body was under the water twenty or 2 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar thirty minutes before he was lo- -, Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for $6.25 cated and brought out. Every i Best Pattent Flour per bbl 4.75 effort was made to resuscitate f Second Pat. 4.25 The Adair County News one year and him, but to no avail, the sparks The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till of life had fled. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to Funeral services were conductNov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. give Satisfaction, wire and wire i5 ed at fhe Methodist church, of fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay This is your opportunity if you want which Carroll was a member, by you to consult me before buying. s to keep up with the procession. Send his pastor.Rev. C. H. Buchanan, ir Ten" carloads of the best Fertilizers name, address and money to in the presence of one of the at prices that defy competition and 2 largest crowds ever gathered in SZ this edifice, following which the that will give You satisfaction. Buy E little body was borne to Oakwood Columbia, Ky. your Fertilizer from me and youjwill HENRY WATTERSON Er and tenderly laid to rest. always know what you bought. This taking away almost in Editor. Sfr the twinkling of an eye of a " 1 Have bright, happy boy who gave Full Stock of We CanFurnish You tz. promise of much usefulness, is in office shows it. Buncombe. ; ' perhaps as sore an affliction as This, like his other campaign Bone Fertilizers they are reliable The Adair County News sr could be visited upon parents utterances, is sheer flim-flabeen And you get you moneys worth. and home. All of our rjeonle svrr ' Col.Roosevelt who has By it he hopes to impose upon criticiszed even by Eugene V. and the 'nuthize with the fttrfelcftii nnp Write me what you want. Also, persons who are diss3tified with . s: Debs, in this campaign, for reck- Salt, Lime and Cement. g; deeply as it is given unto hearts existing conditions, yet not comtz to sympathize and pray that He less demagogism, has never been mit himself to anything the proWeekly S , I will buy all your crop of wheatand who can speak comfort to bleed- -' tected interests would dislike. pay cash for it, am now paying 5c ., the utterance at Patterson, N. ing hearts may be near them in J from which is clipped the Frankfort News. Courier-Journ- al per bushel jnore than anyone esle. their loneliness and sorrow. following: WEEKLY NEUMONIA COURIER -J- OURNAL KING'S New Qiseoveiy 12-year-- Crenshaw I j J j m j j i Poll-evi- 1 j I Lewis S6.00 nS) Joseph w great $210 just r EWhv mmmsmms m mmmmmmmm' Attention! Read i iThc 3 3 Courier , ; m The News, Journal? a I I wmimmi m mwmwMMmw: m. ' i ! , i . i 55 ARE YOU WITH ME? E "I believe in protective tariff, Pert Paragraphs. Dirigo. 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1 1 WOODSON LEWIS 5 QREENSBURG, KY.! I ' gj Better a night worker than a day dreamer. One interested listener an ora- tor has himself. His satanic majesty love to fish in troubled waters. . fmniminmniinnifflfflffiniiiifflfnmnimfflnifmnmfflK You may have noticed that a kicker is unusually headstrong also Many a man has acquired a hero "medal at a pawnbroker's! sale. And some men are sober when money is tight. s The Adair County News and Daily Courier-JournBoth one year $4.00 al Ends Hunt for Rich Girl. Often the hunt for a rich wife ends the man meets a woman that uses Electric Bitters. Her strong nerves tell in a bright brain and even temper. ache, fainting and dizzy spells they pro- ' mote. Everywhere they are woman's-whe- n j fav.orite remedy If weak or ailing try 0c at Paull Drug Co. them. I Jealousy is but another name for ungrown self-estee- m. complexion and rudy lipsresult from restful sleeps; herelas-- t tic steps from firm, free muscles, all telling of the health and strength Elec- - ' trie Bitters give a woman, and the free-!11- 1 dom from indigestion, backache, head- - ed peach-bloom Her we encourage a man who is long on words and short Secretary Wilson has issued a on works, we won der how much statement that hereafter water ' . canned goods will be consider- - his wife earns by takingan When but I wish to see the benefit get into the pay envelope of the working man as well as appear among the dividends. For this reason I advocate the creation of a National bureau whose business it shall be to investigate protected industries and see that the protection does really benefit the workingman." When the English tariff was as protective, and as sodden with graft as ours, they reform- ed it by striking out protective schedules and it was found that only a few articles paid a substantial revenue to Great Britain while a large number of schedules meant protection of special interests from competition. The way to reform the American tariff is not to create new machinery for the perpetuation of the graft. That Col. Roosevelt well knows. But he does not want reform. Both One Year The grist mill at this place! broke last Friday and the owners are not making any attempt to fix it and so our neighborhood is having trouble in getting corn ' meal Allen Walker, Columbia, here a few days ago buying fcle- - For $1.50' Ve can also give liberal I combination rate with Daily was!0rSunday Courier Journal, i cat-- ! Write I Courier-Journ- al Com- - ipany, Louisville, Ky., for j , Mrs. E. E. Epperson and free sample CQpy Qf edition daughter, Miss Ocey, of Roy, desire but be sure to visited relatives at this place a send your subscription order few days last week. A mule, the property of T. M. to this paper NOT to the Estes, became chocked on corn last Friday and died Saturday. Courier Journal. yu It was valued at $60.00. Mrs. Mariam Morris made a when your child has whooping cough working last Wednesday and be careful to keep the cough loose and had a string of fence built. expectoration easy by giving Chamber- an adulteration. lain's Cough Remedy as may be required. This remedy will also liquify the A sprained ankle may as a rule be cured in from three to four days by ap- tough mucus and make it easier to explying Chamberlain's Liniment and ob- pectorate. It has been used successfulserving the directions wity each bottle. ly in many epidemics and is safe and His Whole Course ' For sale by Paull Drug Co. sure. For sale by Paull friug Co. Ayt & -- .'"rxt-1 r-i 1 & nE fi?r r -- ; . r5 -- J f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Never Kill a Bird. Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, In a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had io have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework. CARDU I WomlnsTomc You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chattanooca Medicine Co.. Chattanooca, Tenn., book, "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. J 60 for fecial Instructions, and ce It is now well known that not more Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-than one case of rheumatism in ten requires any internal treatment whatever. Dr. James Triplet! All that is needed is a free application of Chamberlain's Liniment rnd massagDentist. ing the parts at each application. Try it and see how quickly it will relieve JEFFRIES BLOCK the pain and soreness. Sold by Paul I COLUMBIA KENTUCK! Drug Co. S The destruction done by insects is beyond computation. The loss to the farmers through the destruction of the insectivorous birds is beyond calculation. And yet we in Kentucky are doing nothing to save the birds. Men who have not yet feached their majority can recall when every year there were thousands and thousands of doves. Now there are scarcely any and unless there is a closed season in Kentucky, in a few years the dove will be as extinct as the carrier pigeon. The call of the "Bob White" , is unknown to children whose parents heard it from every hillside. The woodpecker, who lives off insects that destroy trees is becoming a rare sight. Birds of every sort and kind, from the little "Jennie Wren" to the crow, the friend of the farmer, are truthlessly killed by boys and men, The Kentucky Legislature should pass a law forbidding the killing of birds of any sort in Kentucky for at lea3t five years, t Shelbv Record. The FlyjCatechish. 1. Where is the fly born? In ELLWOOD 26 WIRE FENCE manure and filth. ; i 2. Where does the Fly live? In every kind of filth. 3. Is anything INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD I too filthy for We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long ts our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights j the Fly to eat? No. 4 (a) Where does he go when and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. 58INCH 50IHCH T 34MCH -- laincH m ATnTtTTTVrwtTYA 1' SKMaHRKflHBMVaHfiHfl1' AAAAAAA1 TXKKKKKfutmfB MffifflifflSfflffiM' XJnrtTvsmT 'telftCH jTT?V7TfCrnir7TnT HfiKlfi'B ' JA.U' tUMZ- r&l - jjLyjLiouDAtyi Ml l A f f A ill il IX ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN ltf l . mju3IM!1M. .iiWW f Wtl fX1fi SX HEIGHTS it"- - Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Beiween First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. V K Tearl McKinley sold a mare for $90 and bought one from Jas. Most of the farmers are through Darnell for $175. planting corn. C. C. Hale had a fine milk Rev. J. S. Wade filled his regcow to get a leg broken. ular appointment at Fairview C. C. Hale and J. T. Hale purSunday. chased a new wheat binder from Mr. William Robertson and J. H. Phelps. wife were visiting S. B. Wade Mrs. E. D. Kimble was thrown Saturday night. from her buggy last Sundav and Prof. C. F. Hughes is conduct- i was considerably hurt. ing a singing at Clear Spring. Uncle Balie Rexroat is not exAvis, the little son of S. B. pected to live long. Wade, fell from a wagon and Another girl at Frank was severely shaken up. J. B. Wade was at Jamestown Going Up. on business Thursday. Myrtie Foley is improving from An exchange in commenting on the sudden rise in paper stock a case of typhoid fever. of all kinds says: "The Paper Don Cunningham and Levi FoTrust has advanced the price on ley were here Sunday. all grades of paper from one-haDallas Wade has been visiting cent a pound, and on envelopes his parents for a few days. from 6 to 10 per cent. This will .1 Weir, Asa Wilson and --...I. i.1 Jessie t.f I. cut Liie printer s proncs consiaer- Bonnie Foley attended meeting ,ably unless he can get better at Fairview Sunday. prices himself. The grocer Ash-brook- Longstreet. he leaves the vault and the manure pile and the spittoon? Into the kitchen and dining room! (b) What does he de there? He walks on bread, fruit and vagetables: he wipes his feet on the butter and bathes in the buttermilk. 5. Does the Fly visit the patient sick with consumption, typhoid fever, and colera infantum he does and may call ou yon next. 6 In the Fly dangerous? he is man's worst pest and more dangerous than wild beasts or rattlesnakes. 7. What diseases does the Fly carry? He carries typnoid fever, tuberaulosis, and summer complaint. How? On his wings and hairy feet. What is his correct name? Typhoid Fly. 8 How shall we kill the Fly? (a) Destroy all the filth about the house and yard; (b) pour lime into the vault and on the manured (c) kill the fly with wirescreen paddle, or sticky paper, or kerosene oil. 9 Kill the fly in any way, but kill the fly. Try Trapping Sparrows. 's lf or dry goods merchant puts up the i price of his wares according as Ithe market advance und The rain that fell Tuesday people pay the increase and say night took lots of corn out. nothing about it. But let the Some fields will have to be re- printer suggest a raise m any of his prices and a great kick goes planted. up against him. Some lumber is on the ground for a new school )iouse in this The State Board of Equalizadistrict. tion reduced assessments amounM. H. and J. L. Hale made a ting to six millions which will flying trip to Casey county this decrease the amount of taxes French Valley. ta f: L week. $30,000. Agents of the department of agriculture, it was announced, have been for the last two months experimenting 'with devices to trap English sparrows. From Maine to California an agent of the department has traveled during those months, Many machines have been tried out, but as yet one has not been perfected which officials say will do the work successfully. Dr. Charles J. Fisher, who has the work in hand, said the English sparrows are a nuisance and that they harm bearable fruit trees in the spring. "Take young apple and peach trees, for instance." Dr. Fisher said. "The sparrows eat into buds and destroy the cores. It then becomes impossible for them to bear fruit. "We are doing no experiment- - j Too many parents neglect their ' mg m Washington at this time. children by simply turning them In several parts of the country loose and permitting them to do however, we have agents at work as uiey piease. i ney go to sun-- 1 with devices. From what I have or church, if they heard these machines have not want to, and if they don't want as yet been perfected." to go, they do not go. When some children are asked by their As To Cuba. parents to stay at home, away from the streets, or bad places The Brooklyn Eagle is of the of amusement, they stay they if opinion that the ruckus in Cuba want to. When 1911 FOR a ball game on is directly traceable to the For-ak- Sunday afternoon wiil draw a proviso in the act of Con- crowd of BRIGHTER, BETTER,? several hundred boys' gress by which the island was and girls, and a Sunday-schoBIGGER THAN EVER given qualified independence will draw a crowd of half a dozTHE REGULAR PRICE OF against the will of President en, there is something wrong McKinley. The situation now wth their parents,not the child existing emphasizes the error of ren nor the Sunday-schoolTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES the Foraker proviso, thinks the Let us warn you, father and Eagle, which predicts that the mother, while it is time. IS A YEAR. If you United States will eventually do not watch and keep the charge take over Cuba, to be held for- God has given you in the right! f YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEl ever, not as a State, but as an manner, your boy and your girl insular province, never to become will surely turn out bad, and the TO US, YOU CAN GET a State, but always to be kept in condemnation will rest upon your order and guaranteed prosperity. heads. THE ADAIR COUNTY Keeping order and guaranteeing prosperity is the common exMakes the Nation Gasp. NEWS cuse for annexation. Imperial-isti- c The awful lists of injuries on a Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set over AND countries always make it. against it, however, is the wonderful Under that excuse Great Brit- healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of THE L0U1SVILEE ain acquired British India from thousands, who suffered from burns, cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explothe Raiahs: kicked old KingThe-ba- sions. Its the quick healer of boils, ulTIMES off of the Lily Throne at cers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 25 cts Drug Co. Mandalay and gobbled Burma: at Paull BOTH ONE YEAR deprived the Malay Sultans of Cause of the Trouble. their scepters and took charge of FOR ONLY the Malay peninsula: relieved A copy of a manifesto issued certain African chieftains of the by the Cuban negros, just receivdifficulties of rulership: made ed explains the cause of the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES over under herself forever the present trouble in Cuba better the best afternoon paper prininheritance of the Kandyian than any other document or arKings of Ceylon, and so on ticle that has so far been publish- ted, anywhere. through the list. ed. According to this manifesto Ha3 the best corps of corres That is empire building. We the cause is the enactment of a pondents. are a Republic, pledged to the law prohibiting the negroes from Covers the Kentucky field perdemocratic program of minding organizing political parties along our own affairs and letting others racial lines. The reason for this fectly. mind theirs. Frankfort News. law is found in the fact that Covers the general news fielci about 80 per cent of the popula-- 1 tion of Cuba is "colored," either completely. Duty of Parents to Children. pure negro or blood mixture; and ' Has the best and fullest mar that this 80 per cent, could easiIn this age of push and pro- ly control the government of the kets reports. gress, when the American island were it permitted to or- - DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul people are rnning mad about ganize for this purpose. The fni fn PVprvhnrfv pleasure and worldly things, iaw is intended to secure control parents have a great responsibili-- j of government to the Spanish! JEN D YOUR SUBSCRIP- ty in rearing their children. We element of the population, not- look about us and find the young- - withstanding Cuba is a republic. TION RIGHT WAY disregarding parents wishes sters The manifesto further claims and, we might say, "running at that it was the negros of Cuba Kentucky Fair Dates, large." What is to become of who drove the Spanish from the the world, if the parents do not island with the assistance of Harrodsburg July call a halt? American forces; that for thiSj 2. The boys and girls of this day service the negroes should be Mt. Sterling July and time are to be men and entitled to a voice in the governGeorgetown July 3. women of future generations. ment of the island in proportion Berea Fair August Will they make good men and to their numbers and interests; Versailles August ' women if they are not trained that this is practically denied to Mt. Vernon August right now? Will they be what1 them and for this reason they op- - Vanceburg August they ought to be, if they are pose the Morua law whose abroLitchfield August Brodhead August permitted to go where they gation they demand, as well as Lawrenceburg August please and engage in every kind larger participation in governShepherdsville August 20-- 2 of worldy amusement? Is not mental affairs. It is significant Hardinsburg August many worldy pleasures sinful that the Veterans' association Columbia August and harmful? Are all kinds of composed of colored troops parFulton August boys and girls suitable to play ticipating in the war with Spain, London August together and enjoy the same is the nucleus of the present reFranklin August kind of amusement? These are volt against the Gomez govern? Barbourville Fair September some of the things, it seems to ment. us that parents should think Man Coughs and Breaks Ribs. Bowling Green September about. i THE day-scho- ol LOUISVILLE TIMES er ol s. ! $5.00 f w $4.50. i , 30-Aug- 23-2- 7. 30-Aug- ust 1--3. j 7-- 9. 7-- 9. 14-1- 7. 13-1- 6. 14-1- 6. 20-2- 3. 20-2- 2. 20-2- 4. 27-3- 1. 27-3- 0. 29-3- 1, 4-- Boys and girls need to be given liberties, and must have a good time. "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." But they must have the right kind of "good time." Cheap shows, where everything vulgar is suggested, should not be attended by innocent boys and girls. Post cards like the ones that are the best sellers those of the vulgar and suggestive sort should be prohited. Children should be kept off of the streets, where they associate with all kinds of people and learn everything that is evil. i After a frightful coughing spell a man 4- - (. in Neenah, Wis., felt terrible pains in Tompkinsville September 4--7, his side and his doctor found two ribs Sanders September 4--7. had been broken, What agony Dr. Monticello September 3-King's New Discovery would have saved him. A few teaspoonful ends a late Newport September 17-2- 1. cough, while persistent use routs obstiHorse Cave September 18-2nate coughs, expels stubborns colds or heals weak, sore lungs, "I feel sure Morgantown September 19-d to humanity," writes its a 21. Mrs. Effie Morton, Columbia, Mo., for Lexington October I believe I would have consumption tohad not used this great remedy. day, if I Mayfield October Its guaranteed to satisfy, and you can get a free trial bottle or 50 cents or 1 00 size at Paull Drug Co. Move On Now! 6. 1. God-sen9-1- 2. 9-1- 2. says a policeman to a street crowd, A fleet of American battleships and whacks heads if it don't. Move on now," says the big, harsh mineral pQls is gathering at Key West to pro- to bowel congestion and suffering folceed to Cuba to deal with the lows. Dr. King's New Life Pills don't bowels. They warlike situation there if neces- - bulldoze theto light action, gently perand health suade them sary. follows. 2!cat Paull Drag Co. i 7 8 Gradyvillc. a day or so visiting their relatives in this community. , Mrs. J. D.Walker spent sever-- ! Mrs. W. W. Bradshaw-- of Coal.days at Columbia the first of lumbia who spent the winter with ' the week. her sister, Mrs. Turk, near GlasMr. W. W. Yates of Edmonton gow, called in to see us on her is here for a few days. return home last Thursday. Mrs. Dr. S. Simmons was at James- Bradshaw is looking well and looks to be enjoying good health. town a day or so last week. r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Buster Brown's G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL "DARNLESS" Hosiery for Your Husband REGULAR customers .for ESTATE "DARNLESS" Mrs. Sam Keltner is in a very Dr. Hammond, of Dunnville. Cattle are high and not many Have been greatly enhanced, More space is devoted critical condition at this writing. was here Friday to see the sick for sale. Hogs are getting highstocks ' of to the practical display of immense Mrs. Porter Sexton and sister, baby of Dr. Hammond. er. Sheep are selling well. Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Horses and mules are high, and Miss Maggie Vance, made a trip Walter Wade, of Decatur, who has just returned from Indiana none to trade on. No one seems to Keltner Wednesday. A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for. to have more than he needs for Several from our community was here Friday. the showing of attended quarterly meeting at Dr. Hammond went to Decatur his own use. Our Sunday Schools have not Pleasant Ridge the 24th. Rev. yesterday and fumigated the Lace Curtains and Draperies Breeding filled Rev. Hogard's house of Arther Luttrell and progressed very well lately on place. It can be truthfully said Mrs. Leona Smith. This winds Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our account of the small pox scare. Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our that Mr. Breeding is a fine up the smallpox which has been We had services at Fairview big live store. preacher, all was well pleased very light. It did not go through ' church Sunday, conducted by with his service and felt greatly the family of Mrs. Smith's, four Rev J. S. Wade. of them not taking it at all. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff. benefited. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wade, of Incorporated Mr. George Keltner made a Dirigo. tins nlnpp pnrprrninpr? n nirp 522 and 524IWest Market St. ' business trip to Gradyville Mon week. crowd of young people Sunday Misses Bessie and Ocey Epperday. Louisville, Kentucky. Our town was well represented for dinner. son, Roy, visited relatives here Rev Pangburn filled his regulast week with commercial men, last week. Absher. lar appointment last 4th Sunday and also government officials who A mule belonging to Evan at Pleasant Ridge. We are al- Strange died a few deys ago. - t Nf Nl M NIX V V MX M NIX Nt MX Nl M were looking after some of our NIX NX NIT MX Nt'M. 3n xKTnTnxK 7K7K7K7K M1 in xKxKxfNXiNXTNXTNxKxKxKxiNXJNxiNxiN Mr. Mat Robertson was at ways glad- to have this Godly pensioners who have been reportDeputy Sheriff Winfrey paid as Campbellsville last Thursday our section a visit one day last m man with us. ed as we understand to the c "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor" Mr. R. 0. Dillingham visited Mr. W. S. Pickett and daugh- week and invited some of the six as drawing fraudulant boys to attend court at Edmon- - w It is made on a "Midget" Marvel pensions. It is hard to fool Uncle friends at Pellyton last Saturday ter, Flora, spent one day last Flour vv ton. Mill the last word in milling machines. All of the milling operaand Sunday. week in Columbia. Sam. tions take place in this one machine. It is a sanitary mill, none of ' Rev. J. G. Canmbell attended jc the product is touched by hand or comes in contact with the outside Mr. Tom Pickett and daughter, District Conference at Burkes- - Z Charlie Sparks wants a few Mr. W. A. Humphress spent air, In this mill the wheat and flour travel less than twenty feet gcod plug horses. He prefers last Sunday at Herschel Robert- of Metcalfe county, spent last! ville last week. instead of the hundreds of feet in the ordinay modern mill with the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen ' Mrs. Eliza Harvey is visiting the gray color and of the proper son's. , result that this unusually short and quick system keeps the flour clear 11 rr i her daughter, Mrs. John R. Mur--j tin and free from impurities, preserving its natural creamy bloom and the age. Mr. W. H. Cave, who recent- - jtvemp. miss ricKetr. win spend NIX volatile oils which contain the flavor and aroma of the crushed wheat ' rell, Gadberry, this week. tk are not evaporated. This flour has that sweet, rich, nutty flavor of 7K On the first Sunday in July, jy returned from Indiana, visit-bein- g several days with her sister. The mill men at this place have the "Old Fashioned" stone ground flour. You will also notice this the regular day of service ed his brother, atr Holmes, a few Mr. C. W. Keltner and son, repaired their mill and are ready ( flour has more strength than other patent flour, it will rise quicker in Demmon, made a business trip at Union church we will have days ago. the dough. for grinding again. They have ( to Gradyville last Tuesday. children day. The service in. We most cordially invite you down to our plant to see this changed their grind day, how XIN Miss Vmnie Weatherford was wonderful mill make "The Flour with the Nutty Flavor." the forenoon will be for the ever, from Friday to Saturday to the guest of her cousin, Miss Mr, G. L. Vire, of Keltner, of each week. . children the benefit of the Sun- - Cleo and Miss Mollie Sullivan visited MX Richardson & Walker, Props. Cave last Sunday. . C. C. Campbell is making in" day school. The services will be the formers sister. Miss R. 0. ik staves, he having purchased a fN Miss Emma Robertson is Keltner, preached by our pastor Rev. of Gradyville Saturday lot of timber from Eldridge spending a few weeks with her and Sunday. Crawford, who never fails to Stotts.et al. D. P. Rice. deliver a good interesting dis- - unc'e Irvins Store. Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley is vis- course, and every body knows the people around old Union that iting her daughter, Mrs. C. T. i they are famous for something Walling, Lexington. She was Our farmers have just finished good to eat and plenty cf good accompanied by her two sons, planting corn- and are greatly VESOTN HOLT, Clerk. A. H. HOLT, Proprietor, discouraged because of so much Henry and Ralph. water very convenient. We New the invitation to everybody Mr. and Mrs. Abb Brockman ram that is interested in the Sunday visited their daughter,Mrs. Gar- - The wheat crops will be very Dictionary school work to be present. Re- lin Weatherford, Knifley, Sat- light after looking so well during member the time and place and urday and Sunday. the winter. THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? Jamestown, Kentucky. services will be all day that the Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Meece-havBecause "fa a NE" chea-Mrs. Rufus E. Bailey is on the TION, covering every and dinner on the grounds. a new boy at their home field of the world's thought, Newly furnisoed and the best accomodations, with at this writing. We sick list action and culture. The only We made mention a few weeks Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roy a girl. new unabridged dictionary in Livery and Feed Stable in connection. New (rigs and hope to see her up soon.' many years. ago in our communication that Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meece, Drummer wagons just put in, the public looked after at any and defines over 400,000 Because Miss Arva Cave spent last Dudgeon of Cane Valley U UUiO I, Rev. CIW all hours. When'in Jamestown your patronage solicited, rates Parks Ridge, were pleasant call- -' before appeared between two Wednesday night at hei uncle covers. 3700 I'afjes. 6000 would preach here on Saturday ers here Sunday. reasonable. Before you hire livery elsewhere come and see us. before the 4th Sunday in June on Ben Robertson's. RorancA ifc fa tte only dictionary Lewis, the' little son of Dr. Mr. A. H. Holt also conducts a general store, and deals the new. divided Sunday following. We was inpage. A "Stroke of Genius." Hammond was very sick last' Phone in Store and Hotel Office. in staves. formed wrong abont the date Because ifc 3 an encyclopedia in week but is now convalescent. a single volume. and we take this method in cor- DR. J. N. MUBRELL, ' S Because it is accopted by tho A R. Humble, of Somerset, recting same. Bro. JDudgeon Courts, Schools and : iv v Press as the one supreme au,NNX WNINVv was here last week. He bought thority. will preach here on Saturday 4 jden'iist s one pair of mules of Wesley Gos- -' k Because, h. who knows wins jafternoon before the 4th Sunday . Success. Let us tell ser for $285 one pair of Mrs. M. you about this new work. OVER in July and also on Sunday. ReJ. Smith for $400. The Adair: County News Daily '. .! member the time and place. '" Efe". i y, .T. k.'Paoe'h WSITS for sptciaus ef u iirliti pit. Semima Richardson is .. Mrs. Ck C.MERR1AM COF&Acn,S'priitia,Mitf. r. Mrs. Lucy McCaffree and son, Courier-M- r Mntaa till piper, reccir FZIS a. t of pocket sups. Both JJ with her daughter, Mrs. Les DRUG 8TORE Samuel of near Columbia, spent! , Several from this place attended courtat Edmonton the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Townsend, of Milltown, visited relatives here one day last week. Mrs. A. T.Shirrell spent a few days of last week visiting relatives in this community. J. A. Diddle was at Creens-bur- g last Thursday and Friday. Mr. Rollin Gupton and daughter, of East Fork, spent several days of last week in our city. Mr. G. T. Flowers spent a day or so of last week in the community of Fairplay. Mr and Mrs. McCanless and son, of Edmonton, are visiting their relatives here at this time Mr. J, T. Pendleton is on the market for sheep and lambs at the market price at this time. Mr, Alfred Parson and family are spending a few days with relatives and friends at Columbia and Cane Valley this week. Messrs Eubank and Feece, two of Cane Valley's business men, were in our town last Thursday. Rev. Pangburn and Mr. C. 0. Moss, who attended District conference at Burkesville last week report a good meeting with very large attendance. Misses Crawford and Coffey of Columbia were the guests of Miss Bettie Smith a few days, of last Longstreet. Pyrus. j I j j i The farmers of our community We are having plenty of rain are getting along nicely with along now. some people are farm work, all are through done planting corn, while others planting corn and some are have hardly commenced. Most through setting tobacco and to- gardens are looking fine. We Ibacco plants have been scarce have some good fields of wheat, with some. while others are not so good. Children's day at Pleasant Miss Myrtie Foley, who has Ridge the 2nd Sunday in this been confined to her bed for month. quite a while with pneumonia Mr. J. A, Vire in company and typhoid fever, is improving. with Rev. Pangburn attended Mr. M. F Maupin was with us conference this week at Burkesone day this week. ville. returnMr. Porter Bernard has Miss Flora Pickett and brother, ed from a trip from Illinois, Garland, spent Saturday and where he visited his brother, Sunday with Miss Una Orr of Mr. Frank Bernard and family. Green county. Mr. Joe Thomas, of Dunnville, Miss Stella Keltner returned Kentucky, was here this week from Gradyville last Monday and bohfc a nice bunch of where she spent several days duce from our merchant, J. W. visiting relatives and friends.' Bradley. the number is increasing every day disregard the. guarantee coupon that accompany each sale. Many leave these coupons on our counter because they've tried Buster's and know it's the most durable and stylish d 25c val-u- e they can buy. There's no mystery about this wonderful durability because it costs 25 per cent, more to make than any other 25c brand. It could readily retail for 35c and 50c but its leather-lik-e durability and stylish shearness are four-months Men's Hosiery raa33a V g:iffja- 2 - , . ;. -- w. dc-ir Exneruu i. .- tuiJlo! (.or.'r, irc in . i njiOttcn. .i'., ul. -: fast-dye- to proiit by painter-ma- n sre willing the experfruce of otlicr. "When the iei: ;o:. mat "r.ic v.ufc, However, o'u 'lojMis loan nil school th.-t.T- fh j taught is, "buy PEASLEE-GAULBER- T The better than he ean mix paints by hard, that thev are mire, sure and durable, that they prive the best possible results in beauty and finish, and will not crack, tne lesson peel or chalk oir that's the voloa c! cxpsrjence is mixed Mastic Mixed Mixed astic Kind Thai Lasts "Paint " Paint save- - mom." Manufactured by yours for CO., (INCORPORATED) LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 25c a Pair 4 Pair Guaranteed Months, .AH Colors, Styles and Weights For Men, Women and Children $1.00 Four FOR SALE BY Russell &' Co. C Paul! Drug; Co HUBBUCH BROS. B r o """""- "- 'f 11 f V t r ! i Hatfield, this week. Miss Eva Cooper returned from & WELLEMDORFF Nancy yesterday where she had been spending a week with rela-- , tives. The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling - Floor Coverings of AH Kinds i : , J , NV- ! .- om-missio- ner - - j , i Self-Contain- ed Tnr.-n.i,- . -- j j J I t v , j j " j mmmff mmmm Wirn awiwi Webster International 3$m4Mm4 mp$T $$$ $ - xe-ten- d Holt Hotel first-cla- ss ! fc CJ- I..U.--- J. i 1 . -- . - , - -- ,.. aid one year $400 1