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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS
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' Cooking under modern' methods and con
veniences is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested.
"These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
excellent," says the father. " I made them,"
skys the daughter, and- both father and
daughter beam with pleasure.
Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
the best cooking today the world oyer is
Gopt.i.j'f. .-.W.wi.' A4'h&k&0
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done with its aid.
Mr. .leffersoiOYfooclmd.Miss Louise j
Ohatham. prominent young people of
Oreenville, Ky., reached Columbia
wSt Wednesday imdjThursday even
ingin thepresencp of afew relatives
and friends werejmarried at the home
of Eev. J. It. Crawford.
TJie bride is a sister of Mrs. Ches
terfield Turner, of this place.
The couple remained at the res
idence offProf. Turner until Monday
morning, leavingjforihome via Louis
ville and Bowling Green.
Famous Stage Beauties
Look with horror on Skin Erup
tions, Blotches Sores or Pimples.
They don't havejthein, nor will any
one, who uses' Bucklenss Arnica Salve.
It glopilies the fce. Ecqema or Salt
BheuVi vauishlbefore it. It cures sore
lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals
burns, cubs andibruises. Uneqiialed
for piles. Only25c st Paull Drug Co
Rev. .1. F. Claycomb, of Sturgis,
Xy., filled the pulpit at the Presby
terian church last Sunday forenoon.
Six or eight yearsago Be v. Claycomb
was the pastor of the church here,
and lie was greeted by a large congregation
I.keep on hands a full stock of
coffins and caskets, also robes: 2
hearses. Prompt service night or day, i
J-r J. F. TrlpUBti,
Mr. W. H.' Cave was at his
brother, J. B. Cave's a few days
of last week.
Iviiss Bertha Dillingham spent
last Saturday night at Mrs. Eliz
Miss Nell Tupman visited at
Mrs. Retta Hancock's last Wed
Miss Audra Dillingham re
turned home last Sunday, after a
week's visit to her sister, Mrs.
0. H. Hendrickson.
Mr. Ingram Robertson and sis
ter, Mies Annie, visited their
( brother near Campbellsville, last
Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. Joe Beard and family have
removed to their farm hear here.
We are glad to have them with
Mr, Robertson was the guest of
Misses Ava and Cleo Cave last
Mr. Ray Williams and family
have moved to their farm near
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Wool spring clipping,
Feathers ....'. ,
May Apple(per lb)
Dr. James Triplets
jrX'X' TO POST OTPJP1CIS
111; I'HONK so.
A safe place to put your children.
At gopjli place to attefid school. .
Nothine is more imporlnnt in
the home than clear, steady. light.
Insure this by Betting- the oil that
burns clear nnd clean without n
flicker down to the last drop.
Pennsylvania crude oil refined to
Costs no more than the tank
wagon kind saves MONEY saves
WORK saves eyes.
Your dealer has SOL1TE OIL in
barrels direct from our works.
Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co.
Refinery at Wacren, Pa.
We sell the celebrated "No
Lost. A gold broach, a small
diamond in center, surrounded with
pearls. Tim Under will be rewarded.
Mrs. J.-1T. Judd.
Wanted: Peafowls. SI. 50 each.
W. T. Ilodgeu,
Box 282, Campbellsville, Ky.
The business houses of Columbia
closed Thanksgiving' from, 11 o'clock
until 1 o'clock, the propritors and
salesmen attending services.
A' First-class Kimble organ.
Mrs, A. I. Hurt.
Mr. 11 B. Cofer aiid Miss Gains were
married at the llancock Hotel
Thanksgiving. Eld. Z. T. Wriains
Tile Montlcello Basket Bail team
badly defeated the Rusfeell. Springs
team on its return from Columbia.
Lost, near joburg: a purse contain
ingmoney. The finder will be re
warded. A. A. Cowherd,
J W. Harvey has sold his crop
of tobacco to a Mr. Keltner of
Bliss, for 55.00 andSG.OO tier
Neatsburg. Also Mr. Bud Wat-! owt
son and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Garlin Weather-
ford, of Knifley, were in this
neighborhood one day last week.
Misses Ida and Flora Grant
are spending a 'few weeks at Mr.
Willie Beard's, of Holmes.
Tom Neat, the jovial grocery
man paid our merchants a call
G. G. Campbell visited rel
atives at Glensfork last Satur
day and Sunday.
I Charlie Keeton is erecting a
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aweinng near nere. uur iitue
Mrs. Vina Morris entertained
at a Thanksgiving dinner Thurs
day. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. S, H. Absher, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Moore, Mr. and. Mrs".
H. B. Robertson, Mrs. J. H.
Morris, Mr, J, W. Moore, Mr.
and Air's; William Curry, Mrs.
Rebecca Shears, Misses Mattie
Morris, Ethel Curry. The tlittle
folks were; Lawfene and Drury
Moore, Annie "and The! ma Mor
ris. The day was pleasantly
spent by all. The dinner con
sisted of turkey, pies, 'cakes sal
ads and every other thing to
make -a g6od diiiner.
town grows slow- but sure.
Venus Royse has sold his farm
here to his brother, Selby, and
will remove to Fairplay where
' he will embark in the goods bui.-.
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Second Term Begins Dec. 31, 1912. Board and Tuition $11.5 i to $13.50 per month
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NfclLSON & MOSS, " - -
Wonderful Sales Of Buggies.
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Sells A Oar Load Of Baggies very
Saturday June 22nd,
Hog aud hominy this section !s
Eead Eussell & Co., "ad" oiTMeditbr-
ial page, then call at their store; .
Latest Quotations on Live Stock
My farm of 12L 3?& good lauu, 1
mile West of Gaatiery ou l?6ttit's
Fork. For parti&llars address,
L. Y, Gabbert,
4-lmo Ga'dberry, Ky.
Shipping steer -,i4 $7k')08.50
Beef Bteera , . , . . . . . v B.50650
. j Fat heifers and cows-. . -. v .. 4256.00j
Cutters .-..t.v...... a.Oo'80
Cariners -.....-; 2.003.O0
Bulls. ; 3.254.0Q
W. Tanner Ottley
Htto tfh cy-nt-Ii sj
'"WUl practice in. alie
L ii. Jones sold his farm here
to Baker Jessee", fdf $4f0.00.
Possession will be given phrist
mas, vhen Mr. Jessee will be
come an inhabitant of our thriv
ing little town.
J. V. White was here last
Thursday peddling bhums. Mr.
White has. a churn that "Is hard
to beat, and he has sold quite 'a
number of theni ia thi3 comfilun-ity.
F. B. Webb no teaches at
this place, (.Date the Majority of
this larger pup& to Chestnut
Grove last Thursday night to
tak "part in aspelling match. A
number of schools were repre
sented Wcl all spelled well.
Bo'b Fletcher, Breeding, did
Feeders . . . . I . . .
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Choice Viiilch cows i
Ctifciion to fair cows ;.
?Choice210 up x. -.v.v...:.
'Mediums, 165 to 4210 r. . '. -
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"Roughs .... vv .. .".'.. '. ;
Best lambs ;i:.; 5.00 6.00
Caa.. J: :.::..::..: -.-. S.005.00
-Fat sheep........:- 3.00-4.00
business here one day last week.
Almost at the moment ofDem-oci-atic
victory Isidor Rayner,
Senator from Maryland, like Car
not, an organizer of victory, lies
dead. His death, they tell us, j
was hastened by his plucky ef- j
fort to fight just one more fight, j
to help win just one more battle,
and those who know how puis-,
sant a debater he was, how for
rnidableand resouceful, can read
ily believe the story.
Rayner was, one who enjoyed)
the comedy of life, who played
the game, who had 'small pa-j
uence eitner ior ine querulous or
the sophist, the disingenuous or
the disconted; he agreed with
Pope that an honest man is the
noblest work of God and his de
fense of Admiral Schley drove
that conviction home. A lawyer
of splendid attainments, there
was nothing tortuous about the
processes of'his mind, and it
was this very directness that
served him so well in the Senate.
One always knew where to find
It is strange that the race of
which he was so conspicuous an
ornament has taken so slight a
part in our deliberative assem
blies; on the bench and fth the
oartneoewu!:' JsaaeiMS a com
mon-plaQe' we 'find him every
where at th'e top, but in the his
tory of 'the Senate we can think
only of Judah P. Benjamin, of
t 'ante-bellum days, of Jonas, of
Guggenheim, and of Rayner. nor
is the list of the House much, if
any, more numerous. .
To say that he will pe missed
from Democratic councils is to!
say the obvious; to state that he '
measured up to the highest Cab-; ' - r
met office is no empty compii-! REMEMBER , Woodson 'Lewis the Buggy
ment, Senator Rayner had beenj . . .
.r- .wcnfiman. the Mower and Binder manv the -
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Lidehtil 'availabilities a (some-
Main Street 'Greensburg was Blocked
for two hours wi'th Buggies sold
by Wood Lewis. J
During the day Towa Marshall icallldi'
on to clear the-street.
Slelvin Petty did business in-
Russell county, several daysthis
.week. w ',
;iTohn-.Simpson, 'Breeding; was
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here" last Saturday. ; ,
F. E..Webb and sister, jMiss
Mae, spent last Saturday arid
Sunday at their home at Glensfork.
What is the - cause of these PhenfminalK
ruaiity, Styles and Easy Riding.
whatimixed and motley company;
bdfe,!at this juncture, what is im
)ditantis that his removal en
dangers -Democratic control of
the Senate, held at best fay -the!
narrowest 6f margins. Gp.v.i
Goldsborough 'will appoint a
'Republican, creating thus:a dif
ference of two votes on - a
division. Louisville Times. . ,
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