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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lt tff1 T t ttIf 11 4LIks 4 1 r 1 jf f11i C iIT f r j I t J fvl IiIv JI i t 1baif onn i ID tb1i f VOIUM xt q COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 6 908 NUMBER 26 J 4 MRS MARY MGARNETT L One of Columbias Most Prominent and Highly Respected L dles Called to tier Regard y I v fUNERALSERYlCES LARGELY4TTENDED L Tuesday night April 28 1Q8 atlthe spirit of this estimable lady F tlestialin the fear and admonition of the Lordt Death had no sting as it was and remarked by those who were nti mately associated with herthat she hadt cared but little for life since the of her late husband Judge JasGartw nett though she has been with the comforts of life loved fondly by her children to whom she was per ectly devoted Mrs Garnett was a daughter of Buford and Frances Wood and was born and reared near Edmonton Ky herI father being prominent in the of Barren and Metcalfe counties SheJ was educated at Georgetown toIILyears she resided in Columbia When the end came she was 67 years and fours months old Her life was that of a true Christian woman taking much interest in reUgI h ious affairs and especially was she de Tooted to the Baptist Church of which she was a member and had been since i she was sixteen years of age Her children her brothers the Church and Lii1this entire community has sustained a r great loss one whose place in the home 4 can not be filled and whose counsels in I Church affairs will be sorrowfully miss ed r But why mourn for one whose life s was spotless and who was a great suf ferer here Skill could not eleaviate the pain though every thing that loving hearts and tender hands could do was done The children who are sorely dis tressed should take Comfort in these words There is no death for them who walk after the manner of GodsJ teaching It ig only a transposition from a world full of sin and painto id the skies ere held at the day forenoon r Rev J C T Williams Thefirst named talk EldJ aate character v Kasey offer g of which was ort to the sur er relatives ervices the re the city ceme y yftroslleotther husbaIlu WiierV the family and friends withdrew from the grave they left the body fjleeping under a bed of flowers The pure life and the high estimate i that was placed upon the noble Christ j ian character of the deceaseduniver L r sal sympathyis consoling to the four devoted children and the two affiection brothers The children are Mrs E IateBarnett Corbin Ky Mrs J P I Scruggs Midway Ky Mr James Gar nett and Miss Jennie Garnett this Iiplace The brothers are Mr W T Wood and Dr B T Wood Danville Such a life as Mrs Garnett led is a Ipriceless heritage to all those who were near to her by ties of blood and all who Iwere intimately associated with her J RESOLUTIONSI if LadiesLJ Columbia Ky As God in his Allwise providence has seen fit to remove from our midst onr beloved friend and coworker Mrs I Mary Barnett therefore jbe it resolved 1 First That we while we mourn the loss of one so lovely in character so prompt in dpty so useful in society and r and church work that we will emulate iher example and bow submissively to c the will of God who doeth all things wellSecond That we extend to the broken deepMest sympat y a s for help n guidance 3 Third lhat a copy of these resolu tions be spread onour record books a copy sent to each of our county papers kL it and a copy sent to the family Mrs Butler Mrs Walker ii Paiill EuUank Page Tupman Stapp Barbee CoffeyLBiggs t It Coy Miss Smythe ura and Fannie I tf t BY THE SUNDAY SCHOOL W tAS Our t1Heavnly Father deetht wise torcrnove fr ri9r ct 1 l 2 0 tfz LTj IL I midst our beloved sister Mrs Mary Garnett therefore resolved 1st That in this dispensation of Divine Providence in the removal of our deceased sister that we as a Sunday School are called upon to deplore the loss of one whose devotion to and love and zeal for the Masters cause will manyIrecognized and cherished by every member of the Sunday School 2nd That we tender to the bereaved family our deepest syjnpathy and condo ence yet realizing that human tears and sympathy are inadequate to assuage grief we commend them to Him is able to comfort and sustain them all the trials of life 3rd That while we mourn our loss et we humbly and submissively bow to he will of Him who doeth all things comforting ourselves with the thought that if we too are faithful we shall meet again in that land of rest where the dark mysteries of time shall be illuminated in the light of eternity For the hand that sweeps the shining keys Of suns and stars whose harmonies with joy the angels blest Has built white mansions tall and fair Beyond the rainbows gorgeous star Where his beloved find sweet rest 4th That a page be set apart in the record of our Sunday School as a and these resolution be- pread thereon and a copy sent to the bereaved family also to the county papers for publicationJMiss Mattie Elliott Mrs J T Bar bee Mrs Fannie Coffey Mrs J J Biggs Miss Fannie Smythef BIRTHDAY DINNER Friday 17th of April Mr and Mrs Wm A Humphress spread a bountiful dinner at their home in honor of their daughter Miss Ellas 21st birthday It was also Mrs Ida Abshers and Miss Anna Willis all were present Miss Humphress recieved many nice and useful presents It was the most en joyable occasion we have witnessed for some time The following were those presentiMrs Ben Robertson Mr and Mrs Henry Cooley Mr and Mrs Willie Rice Mr and Mrs Herschel Robertson Mrs Rose Dillingham Mrs Ida Absher Mrs Bettie Thomas Mrs Mary Hum phress Mrs Harriet Robertson Mrs Elizabeth Cooley and Mrs Ermine- B ult Misses Bettie Absher Nannie Cooley Rose L Jones Susie Kate Page Bettie Bryant Anna Willis Fannie CQffer Emma Clara and Ju dell Robertson Eula and Bertha Martin Nannie and Zella East Bertha and Audra Dillingham Arva and Cleo Cave Nellie Thomas Atha Absher Annie Sharp Messrs J D Absher Go Bryant IUA Cooley Mat Rob ertson S Nell Cape Joe Andy Bryant ClauoUCundiff The little tots were Lonetta Thomas Ralph Cooley Allie and Susie Rice SURRENDERED Henry McGowan who killed Lozier Dunbar near Sunshine Russell county a few weeks ago is now in jail at Jamestown Immediately after the killing McGowan left going out west A rewardof six Hundred dollars was offered for his arrest and delivery and last Saturday night in company with a friend he arrived in Columbia on the hack Sun day morning the two hired a conveyance went to Jamestown where McGowan was surrendered to the authorities- In appearance McGowan is not more than eighteen years old and the young man who accompained him appeared to be twenty or twentyone years old McGowan will be indicted at the June term of the Russell circuit court his trial following We do not Know the particulars of the killing but it was reported here at the time it occurred that McGowan was drunk and that there was no ex cuse for the deed Dunbar the boy who was killed wa a son of a former Sheriff of Russell county TUE HORSE SALE We are informed by Mr Albert Stapp that the Horse sale held here last Friday under the management of J S Stapp Sons was fully up to their expectation The sale was well attended and the stock sold brought fair prices The auctioneer Capt T D1Ehglisbof Danyjlle was in good trim and did his work in a highly satisfactory manner T here were several head of horses and mules soh on the outside bringing fair prices The man who spr adsthe paint knows there is nothing better than GreenSealW F jeffriesV SonsI iki kk thi i t 779f J MAY DAYw Celebrated at The M and F Very Attractive Entertainment The Fetching of May at the M and F High School last Friday was one of the most attractive entertainments which the school has had The friends of the school were invited at ten oclock and the sunshine of May morning in spite of the uncomfortable change in temperature gathered an au dience which filled the small chapel TheC first part of the program was carried out by Miss Reed with the pupils of her department There were four songs which the children sang in the happiest spirit MissJulia Miller Miss Trannie Sandidge Miss Dexter English and Miss Mary D Patteson each had a recitation One of Rileys most characteristic pieces was given very naturally by James HerrifordAfter brief pause the program of Lyrics and music was begun As Mr Ohlenmacker played the Bridal March from Lohengrin the doors in front were opened and the Queen and her attendant entered from the with 1garcefulthrough the aisles formed of ropes of laurel and took their places in a semicircle around the Queen Miss Madge Rosenfield and her maid of Honor Miss Elizabeth Rowe Miss Rowes manner was charming as she gave a Lyric called the Birth of May The poem with he two which followed was written or the occasion by Alexander Hynd Hindsey of New York beautiful lines in which the Queen responded after having been crowned were marks of the poets artistic genius Miss Madge r MaryMthree taken from the classics of short English verseMr Ohlenmacher then played Moskowskis germany and the young ladies went into the ribbon seats reserved for them The germany was finshed as a solo Miss Mary Williams played a sehergo from schubert and her first appearance ine coming under Mr Ohlenmachers instruction showed the careful training she has had under him Griegs But terfly was played by Miss Martha Hancock The Rustle of Spring bys Miss Margaret Todd and Miss tfromThe entire program was in touch with the beauty of the spring and the spirit of it was a tribute to the nativity of May Y THE GREENSGURG PIKE As an eyidence that the people of Green country are in earnest about aI pike from Greensburg to the Adair county line the grading has commenced and the work will be pushed to completion It is now up to the people of Adair county to come up with their end of the pike The pike from Greens burg in this direction will be via Eb ernezer church and Mt Gilead Another enterprise which will be of great benefit to the people of Green county is the building of another bridge across Green river The span will be on the road leading from Greensburg to Thurlow and Liletown The Fisical court has closed a contract with a company for 8OOO the briae and approaches tobeI completed by October 1st The ap proaches are to be steel PUBLIC DEBATE AT LINDSEYWILSON On Friday night there was a public debate between the TFxogge and Co lumbian Societies Miss Zella Pelley of the O FL gave a recitation much enjoyed The subject for debate was Resolved That the Spanish American Was has been prejudicial to our best interests Muriel and Wilson repre sented the FroggS and had the affirm ative while Wijlianls and Story vigor ously denied for the Columbian The decison was rendered in favor of the negative and now the score stands totmuch enjoyed ELOPED TO TENNESSEE Last Thursday night Mr Ezra Jones soh of the late Rufus Jones and Miss Effie Harden daughter of Doe Harden eloped to Tennessee and were married They returned a few days ago and received the forgiveness of the old folks and congratulations of their many friendsv Tjhe Lyon Buggy Company have an paperReadCorrespondence with themor cairand see them at their place bf busiriess Gampbellsviiiei tf fi2jG ii1t t J i Adair Circuit Court will open Monday eek Born to the wife of Millard Collins May 1 1908 a son- Entertainment in Lindsey Wilson Chapel next Friday evening Large crowds are expected at the rink Friday and Saturday nightse Choose charefully be thorough you will then decide on Green Seal Paint WF Jeffri s Sons Any one desiring hair braided or uffs made call on Mrs J Z Pickett bia Ky 243t Fewer Houses are destroyed by fire than by decay Insure with Green Seat PaintW F Jeffries Sons Twelve good citizens of Adair county will entertain for about one week attthe Courthouse beginning Monday week Mr Roinie Judd got considerably hurt in the hurdle race last Saturday He fell spraining an arm and was otherwise brusied Born to the wife of Jo Russell May 1908 2eonJo Oreon weight 91 pounds Mother and baby doing ncely the father selling goods Pulliam Yates will start their stave mill on Pittisfork in about ten days This enterprise will bring a good deal of money into the neighborhood Mr Oliver McClister has left at this office a peach sprig having two buds On one there are 16 peaches on the other there are 30 This is said to be AmarkableS A Poor Time to sell propertyis when it needs painting badly A coat of Green Seal adds several times its cost to the value of the propertyW- F Jeffries Sons There will be singing at Chestnut Grove the third Sunday afternoon of May conducted by Prof Jacob C Reece Every body invited to come and bring sdng bopks The North Edgfield Baptist ciiiiiL Nashville Tenn enjoyed a good rmou last Sunday from our pastor Rev J Co Cook who is en route to he Southern Baptist Association at Springs Thirty six years ago last Wednesday the Bank of Columbia was robbed and the cashier Mr Martin killed Judge Garnett Mr Hudson Maj Winfrey and J T Page were in the bank when the robbers entered Single Comb Brown Leghorn eggs cts for 16 Barred Prynouth Rock eggs 100 for 16 Buff Orpingtons eggs 200 for 16 Call on or address Mrs IMiami Next Friday evening at 8 oclock in the LindseyrWilson Chapel Misses Katie Murrell and Mable Atkins will entertain The former will give readings the latter piano recitals Everybody is cordially invited Mr AR Feese of Cane Valley has been informed that his son Wiley who lives in Texas met with the misfortune- of getting one of his arms broken The last letter received indicated that he was doing well and would soon be able to resume his duties in business The Republican Commetteemen elected last Saturday are hereby noti fied to be in Columbia next Saturday at 1 oclock in the afternoon for the purpose of electing a Chairman- F R Winfrey Sec Mr W R Myers accompained J T Page to the mill set of Mr Page on Sulphur last Monday Mr Myers was well plea8edwith the logs all iiie poplar and also with the splenuifjIiiit of Hood Son now sawing the Jogs It is estimated that there will be from 150 to 200 thousand feet of the lumber SPECIAL SALE There will bd a special sale at Lee Chelf s store Knifley Ky Saturday the 16th inst One thousand different articles will be sold worth from 15c to 3oc but each article will go at 10 cents Il will be a oneday sale and everybody is invited tp come early LR Chelf TOWN TAXES The taxes J or the Townof Columbia for q9Q are dne and the books are in the hands of Mr J A Willis town marshal who wiUcallonthe tax payers at once Ba ready to getyour receipt and save the per cent which goes on y 232tJaterj Ef Jjf v fJifin FIELD DAY Field Day exercises at The Lindsey Wilson School last Saturday were the most enjoyable of any similar sport ever witnessed on the grounds Thelprogram was elaborate the in fine form and the winners were ressed to their full capacity While act had its charms and its champion yet more people seemed to enjoy the Basket Ball game more than any other event It was a well matched team and both sides did their best The Columbia Band furnished the music rendering some new music that was highly enjoyed To mention every contest of merit would take too much space and we therefore give only the winners without further comment They are as follows Mile run fancy vest by Coffey Cravens won by Fred Rainwaters 445 100 yd dash small boys knife won by Joe Harris time isec 100 yd dash boys 16 years and under knife won by Gabe Taylor time IIi seconds 100 yd dash fancy vest by T A Murrell won by W L Stearman time 11 sec Shot Put pair cuff buttons by J S Stapp and Sons won by Hurt distance 39 ft and 1 inch Pole Vault pair shoes by Russell Co won by Kirby Lester height 8 ft 51 in Heavy weight wrestling knife by Neilson and Moss won by Isaac Story Light weight wresting knife byI Neilson and Moss won by John Story 220 yd dash fob by Paull Drug Co won by W L Stearman time 26 sec One half mile run hat by Gov Hind man won by Isaac Story time 2 min 30 secHigh Jump 1st Stick pin by Dr Triplett won by Tom Judd height 5ft 2 in Second 200 worth dental work by Dr Dunbar won by Mont Murrell Broad Jump shaving set by Neilson and Moss won by Mont Murrell dis tance 16 ft 9lib Society Relay race Penant won by Columbian Society Egg race 1st watch pin by C S Harris won bMiss Mary Moss Sec ond box candy by Young Bros won by Dimple Co over Hurdle race 22 rifle by Jeffries Sons Won by Tom Stephenson time 17 secBasket Ball 1st Banquet by Coy E Dudgeon won by Dormitory girls 2nd box candy by Triplett Eubank won by Town girls Sack race razor by M Cravens Co won by Isaac Story 440 yd run cuff buttons by John Flowers won by Fred Rainwaters tme 1 min5 sec Halfhammer shirt won by Mont Murrell distance 37 ftv Shoe race umbrella by Frank Sin clair won by Paragin forIwas won c TIlE M AND F HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Through press of other matter the usual notes of last week were omitteti The work of the schoolwill close Fri day May 15th Examinations in Math ematics Latin French and the Histo ries of English and American Litera tures will be held on Monday and Tues day mornings the 18th and 19th Dr H E Dosker the Dean and Pro fessor of History in the Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Louisville will preach to the pupils of theM and F High School on Sunday morning May 17th Dr Dosker is known over the United States as a brillant scholar aid- a powerful speaker A set of new books has just arrived an addition to the Library and will be used in the work of the Literature classes the next two weeks A small reading circle has been formed among the ladies of the Literature classes Each one has donated to the circle a novel selected from a list of classic examples in the developement of the novel English and American Lit eratures These will be passed to each other during the summer months and resolution are made against idle hours during vacation Monday evening May 18 will begin the recitals by the Music class The following will appear in the Monday isseslT1yL9we onora Master Ralph Hurt Second part Misses Elizabeth Holladay Martha Hancock and Mr ReedSheIton1 Wednesday evening May 20a piano recital will be given by the fOllowing young ladies Elizabeth Holladay Alice HyerslMargaret Todd and Betsey Hancock i 1f 2AL1 t f i1 Jt dp IrL r iyr G The Chorus class will sing Wednesday evening Tickets for the two evenings can be secured free of any cost from the pupils or from Mr Ohlenmacher The Recitals will be given in theIargeroom on the 2nd floor of the main school building and will begin promptly at 8 oclock Mr Ohlenmachers recital will be given the 21st Miss Martha Hancock will assist Mr Ohlenmacher This will be the first of a series of recitals given by Mr Ohlenmacher at different places throughout the state during the sum mer months He will play at Flemings burg Ky the 19th of June J GININ AS HE GOES Rev J C Cook who left here last Thursday for Texas spent Sunday in Nashville He preached forenoon and evening in North Edgefield Baptist Church large congregations hearing him Before reaching Nashville he be came acquainted with a young couple en route to Gallatin to get married x When they reached their destination Rev Cook left the train with them and pronounced the words that made them one Sunday just before the hour to preach he married a couple in Nashjyule PAID LIST i The following subscribers have paid f since last issue- J C Oliver Geo Walford Goe C Sublett Wm Hadley John Bryant T C Faulkenr W R Dooley B FjRakestraw Nina Yates John M Wilson G T Rodgers E T McCaffee Anderson Jones BF Biggs McKinley C S Page J B Bell WacoIEllen Smith W H Bernard Willis Mrs Mary J Petty John Graves Corbet Breeding Marcus Hale J P Scruggs Dorey Johnston J T Bernard E B McLean A A Strange T W Price A J Combest L L Garr J N Petty W T England Noah toy- Eangelist F E Moore of the Presbyterian Church filled the pulpit in the church here last Sunday forenoon delivering a very entertaining sermpn Sunday evening Rev J R Crawford Burkesyille delivered strong sermon to a large audience Rev Crawfork went from here to Danville where the question of dispasing of Alexander College Burkesville will come up be fore the proper tribunal It is general known that the Presbyterian school at Burke vill has been discontinued and that Marrowbone is making an effort to have it located at that place Decoration Day May 30th will be observed at Bearwallow A sermon will be preached at 9 oclock in the forenoon In the afternoon Capt W W Bradshaw is invited to make a memorial speech The singing will be conducted by Foster Foster W B Morrisand B H Burton All old soldiers are especially invited Dinner onhI the ground Every body bring well filled baskets Committee on arrange ments W B Morris J K P Dixon J D Burton and H P Redman Beuben Bohanan made a narrow escape last Friday He was horse back and going down the pike at a rapid gait Just this side of the resi dence of Mr J T Barbee his horse shied at some cattle went through the fence to the right and rolled down the embankment Mr Bohanan was first on top then under the bottom When level ground was reached he Bohanan found that he had been only slighty hurt EOR SALE v I will offer thirty town lots forsale to the highest biddes on Monday first day of Adair circuit court The lots are located near Lindsey Wilson Train ing School and are very desirable 252t A Hunn BAILED nAY FOR SALE I have a large quantity of choice tinV othy and timothy and clover mixed at 65 cents per 100 pounds at Edith Call on R R Moss Columbia or J H Sanders Pellyton v J M Campbell f PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W Th C Sandidge Ebinezer W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead J F Roach Fry J F Barger Glenville Z T Williams Columbia- A Rt Kasey Columbia J Wade Mt Carmel IT A Johnstor Gradyville v IJ Wade Russell Springs f JN Walbert Soity HilL WANTED t A good hand to waitbn table call at once 1 columbia Hote1 7r t Avh iic i 4Jt- rl j fi f i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS47 t r iIi w 1Ifr iN = T i iti 4 ier r i lCANE VALLEY DEPARTMENT L f lI Pb i p Substitute For r 7 1 tf v The Cane Valley School Journal EditorI3 i i3EEEEEEEE 1 aB1 3 i3 333 3EEEEE EEEFEk T I Smith sold two hogs to- O W McAllister for 10 You should see R B Wilsons display of canned goods WR Luttrell sold R A Hutchison 10 bbls of corn at 3 t f June Hancock is finishing his sawing this week Dont fail to see the special line of cots at Ed Eubanks For SaleOne good buggy and harness Walter Bowen A large crowd attended the ball game at Columbia Saturday Rev D T Williams filled his regular appointment at Asburry r Chapel Sunday The best is always the cheap est So buy Lily Rose flour from Hutchisin Co R B Wilson sold to Horace Massie 8 shoats for 1600 Also one hog to J C Henson for 12 Tim Luttrell and Everet Smit had the accident of tearing up one buggy Saturday while re turning from Columbia F P Rice has been hauling fertilizer from Campbellsville this week for J W Sublett Bro Ruel Hutchison sold his farm to Marcus Ellis for 1500 and has removed to the toll house this place Rev Howe being water bound Rev Tyler Wright gave an in teresting discourse to a large crowd at Carmel Sunday The McLean Lumber Co have set up their new sawmill near here and are sawing the second class logs of the Page timber In a short time they expect to re move their mill to the Southern part of the county YOUNG MENS CONTEST The young men of the C V H S will engage in a declamatory contest on Thursday evening May 14 which will be held at the Christian church A gold medal will be given by the school to the winner of the contest Much in terest is being manifested in the coming event and it promises to tnteresting The following young men will speak Wm Wilson Geo Sublett Leslie Miller Tyler Tupman Ray Moore and Bruce Kerr ANOTHER BALL GAME The C V H S ball team being much elated over its recent victory over Campbellsville schools together with a large crowd of loyal rooters sojourned to the ball field of the L W T S on last Saturday to play game of ball The game result ed in a victory for the Lindsey Wilson boys by the score of 17 to 4 The LindseyWilson teama played a good game and deserv ed victory while our team cer tainly gave the poorest exhibi tion of playing it has given this year and as a result was overwhelmingly defeated Judd for the LWpitched receivedIgiltedged support from his team matesrt Grover Judd the C VH S pitcher pitched a good game though he was not given muchf support The features of the game in addition to the excellent pitching of Judd were the star catches made by Tom Judd and Sherrod MurrellAll players speak highly of the manner in which our boys were treated Ed Atkins umpired wring satisfaction We hope to cross bats once mbre before the season closes DECLAMATORY CONTEST As announced in last weeks paper the young ladies of the C V H Swill engage in a declam atory contest on Wednesday ev statedeningthat the contest would be held at the school building but it was thought best to hold it in the- oChristian church s it will beheld there Mr Yarberry the donor of the medal visited our school last Tuesday and presented the med al to the school It is certainly a beautiful one and the entire school appreciates the kindness of Mr Yarberry in giving it Much interest is being mani fested in the contest and it promises to be an event long to be remembered The following young ladies will speak Misses Maud Bumgarner Julia Penick Maggie Cundiff Minnie Eubank Annie Farris Cecil Farris IvyI Sublett and Fon Hancock g3 a 33 rEEEEFEfr personals I i 3 iE=E rEEEf Mr Whitney was in town Mon dayMrs Roger Page visited school Tuesday Mr Joe Rice was in Campbells ville Monday Mrs Mary Tupman visited our school Tuesday Mr Sam Miller Burdick wasv in town Sunday Mrs Amanda Wallace is very ill at this writing e Prof Sanders was in Camp bellsville Saturday Miss Emma Burress was on the sick list a few days last week Mr and Mrs Ed Eubank were visiting at Mr W J Conovers Sunday Mrs R B Wilson and Mrs F P Rice were in Campbellsville Tuesday Prof W W Bowen and Lee Raley visited their parents at Spurlington last Saturday M W Hutchison made a busi ness trip to Jerrico Plum Point andother places Wednesday Miss sMaggieHutchison and Bessie Smith were visiting Mrs W R Hutchison Tuesday night Miss Agnes Sharp and Miss Myrtie Heizer were the guests of Mr and Mrs Edrington Sat urday night Leslie Tupman and Miss aLora Miller visited Miss Millers parents near Burdick Saturday and Sunday lMiss Lizzie Blevins and Mr Dennis Eubank were the guests of Mr and Mrs Roger Page Tuesday night Mr Coy Dudgeon arid wife of Columbia were the pleasant guests of Mr Dudgeons parents SundaydMr C R Dudgeon and wife were in Campbellsville Monday They visited the bedside of Mr Hendrickson who has been very ill We are glad to say he is get ci i i- r ting better Brack Sanders brother of Prof J H Sanders was in town Sat urday He accompanied the ball team to Columbia and expected to play with the C V H S team He looked too good to the LindseyWilson boys and was not allowed to play ROWES X ROADS Farmers put in a few dry days last week as never before plow ing John and Jim Voils have gone to New Mexico for a months stayMrs Aubie Walkups baby died here Saturday Mrs Naoma Shaw of Sano has been here for the past week visiting her old home and friends Oliver Hadley went to McGaha for a few days last week Misses Emerine McKinley and Margaret Oaks were visiting at Bill Cooks last week Mr Ed Shearer and Miss Louisa Blaikey were quietly mar ried here April 19 Rev Thos Hadley officiated Jimsey Voils Co are mak ing the sawmill just whiz here every day for whats in it Allen Aaron had a good mule to kill itself last Sunday It ran against a treetWhat a rain last Friday even ing When will we get to plant corn CORK We are having a cool spell now after the recent rain There are Sunday Schools going on at Society Hill Hickory Ridge School house and Salmons School house W B Frazier bought of his brother L A Frazier the old home place for 1200 Mr Elmore Romines has rent ed his farm and moved to Ed monton to live Mrs Lizzie Shoultz who has been in a very critical condition tor over a week is thought to be betterMrs Millie Romines and three children of Clarksville Tenn is visiting friends and relatives heretMr Leek Cassady of Ill was called home on account of the sickness of his sister Miss Vada Sulphur with spinal trouble- o There will be meeting at Union Chapel a Salmons School house the first Sunday in May At the Convention held at Ed monton Saturday the 25th Met calfe instructed for Taft John Jeffries J M Sullivan and tDr James Taylor being the delegates elected to attend the Louis ville Convention G B Taylor was elected chairman of the Co CommitteeS f Valued Same as Gold B Gr Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Mist says I tell my customers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they get the worth of that much gold in weight if afflicted with- constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee atT E Paulls drugstore 25c l J nr s I IRVIN S STORE Our farmers are busy planting corn There will be lots of apples here if not killed after this Dr Hammond and Mrs A W Gadberry of Decatur have been at the bedside of their sick father Mr Jonas Hammondof Royalton who is now some better Mr Neat the Grocery drummer was here yesterday 9 Uncle Robert McBeath is very sick at this writing Mr TJ Wilson of Longstreet was here yesterday looking after fertilizerThe ke factory at Fonthill has again shut down leaving some of our boys out of a job7 Republicans and prosperity go together There is a eleven pound boy at Merrel Dauses The latest weddings are as follows Mr Henry Roy to a Miss Norman Mr Late McFarland to a duaghter of Ed Roy Fonthill lodge is on a boom next Saturday evening there will be two candidates received for the second degree and two for the third The News is better than ever and surely it could be no better editorials Let the good work go on FOR SALEMy farm containing 272 acres lying in Caney Fork Vallley 1 mile west of Coburg all level fertile and well watered an ideal stock and grain farm in high state of cultivation Address Jas T Sublett 243m Coburg Ky r rrr c r rr c ncrrY nnr rrYr rrxr Qs J ave just reefctVea ai a e nedafuff ar a complete lit e or JDrugs cJ at= o4fldieil48 Staple ai ct vSfai eVf wroeeries iJ ai 1 ts a1a aParaff alaseel1e ir m ora stan ==next cloor to 3at ERtf80 L J dEEfEEEEEEE li333iiiF H W WILSON w w W AiWW lL ALL KINDS O- FPRODUCEi w HIGHEST MARKET RICE PAID FOR POULTRY EGGS AND- ALL KINDS PRODUCE ij Ii Cane Valley Ky j- Ii ii3 3 icFEEEE ki f f1 i I SG BANKSPresident F P RICE VicePresident o w I Farmers r f Bank N Incorporated Capital Stock 1500000 i Your Business 4 ii Respectfully Solicited 9 Cane Valley Kentucky t jw SUBLETT R A SUBLETT j W SUBLETT BRO Dealers In i General1VIercha Dry Goods Groceries fiairrpejssrP rtrfia Undertakers Goods i II i t d CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY C R Dudgeon W 1 Feese F P Rice The Dudgeon CompanyY Manufacturerr of x Stoves Stove Pipes Brooms Etc 1I Agents for Rubberroid Roofing We Also do guttering and Tin Roofing Write usfor prices CANE VALLEY KENTUCKY W B Hutchison M W Hutchison IWGrocerymenwi At Cane Valley J fA t HAPPY 1 THOUGHT To Get a 0 01i Drink f e Have YQur 11 d Harness made New or o Buy a NewandUptoDate Set at a Very LOW COST t r MCALLI TERI LiXX p IEEUbank Son EUbl kI Dealers in General Mercliaiise 1 Crocerles IIAgents for r OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS I CANE VALLEYIENTUCKYl i tLt Ko TJi I i jW jii II y THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 H OflN R HOBSOfl G EEt4SBl1 G K E TUG K- a Y 1 l4as ErouS- Pioniet h J I j Witte feneeto fence in Green and Adair counties ii g df tf The Stay wires on this fence are so r 4attached that they cant slip on the rft Line Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Getsff 1 J jf jjEf40UGff iisPou1tty getting an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two 1ounties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad in recent issues of The Newsr IYYY7 YYYY YYY YiCYYYYYYYYYYYYY- ie Fifth Avenue iMGRl otelj Refurnished Redecorated and Re modled A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Louisville Kentucky LXbe Louisville Trust il pane Southwest Corner Fifth and Market TJISVILLH ecial chert ar for the safe keeping of valuables of ion and the transaction of a general trust busi ct in any part of the State as Executor Admin dian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi aaheldxby an individual tes trusts of varied character and its far impar teal and pWHRSSPBWgement is guarantd by ibiarge assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great I financial strength Ii FRANK CORCORAN Ii HighGrade o JMarbleCemetery work of ill kind Granite IcSee US before you buy tTrade from Adair and adjoining counties IiMf n Street solicited Lebanon Ky iiII I LS1i r ELti ABigfLotoff MilletSeed and II CowPeas v c r- rirown Cultivators 4rYThe Empire Corn Drill with cuto i CarLoad of Milburn WagonsFW j Buggies and nice Buggy Harnessf fr Also- acomplete line of Farm ImplementsjS AE t l J H Phelps Jamestown Kentucky r L J it l 1 JI OBITUARY Mrs Harret Wheeler was born I Sept 5 1852 died April 1st 1908 jj making her 55 years 6 months and 4 days old She was mar ried to j A Wheeler Nov 29 1874 She leaves a husbandand v two children Mrs S H Myers Of Three Springs Hart county and Mr F G Wheeler of Mc J Gregor Texas and a large circle ofrelatives and friends to mourn her loss The illness of Mrs Wheeler was several months in duration t but was borne with gentle pa tience known only to those who walk with God The summons found her ready and willing to move upward and onward with f fuller knowledge and greater happiness The deceased was amember of the Baptist Church and was identified with the best social cir cle of her community Herr charity and kindness and good manytspoken creed of usefulness could be well written in these words I shall go through this life but once every good thing that I can or any kindness that I can Ido let me do it now let me 7 not defer it nor neglect it for I shall not pass this way but once We would say to the bereaved notta children live for God then you will see wife and mother againI some dIThrough all pain at times shed smile A smile of heavenly birthIIAnd the angles called She smiled farewell to earth Heaven retaineth now our treasureIEarth the lonely gasket And the sunbeams love to linger Where our sainted mother sleepsI A Niece Hattie Gilpin ft IT GOT TO LOW Among the throng in the business section of Fourth avenue the other afternoon was a well dressed young woman who un consciously provked much com ment and but for the presence of a young man who finally raised the courage to inform her that something was out of place in her apparel she would pro bably have been placed in a more embarrasing position before the eyes of several thousaud people during her progress towards Main street iAs it was those who saw her were thrown into a titter and women allowed her to pass them without telling her of what was wrong Below a black dress and dangling about her tan shoe on the right foot was something redI It proved to be a bright red garter with a large bow on it jAbout sixty feet behind the young woman walked three j young men Each suggested to another that he go to inform the girl but all refused Finally one rushed up to the girl and removing his hat said I You will pardon me but jYou have made some mistake I do not know you flashed the girl and walked on with head high in the air Ijustwanted to call your attention pleaded thee young man i Will youplease pass on or I will calla policeman S6eiing there was no chance tto tell her In a polite way tHe r Jr r young man called to her Look at your right foot With a haughty manner the young woman proceeded a few feet but the tempataion was too great and glancing down she gave a little cry and darted in a space that is between two build ings in the west side of Fourth avenue between Chestnut and walnut streets where she caused the offending garter to disap pear Louisville Times BIGGEST TRUST IN THE WORLD The biggest saloon keeper and liquor seller in the world is the Czar o f Russia He i s proprietor of all the saloons in his vast domain and thus owns the biggest trust on earth with competition totally barred and with profits increasing enormously every year The Great White Czars Government encouraged drink to such a degree last year that the income derived from the 390000I000 Every year the Russian peasants and workmen are said to get drunker dirtier more miserable and more brutal The imperial grog shops are small and unclean with a counter at one end and rows of bottles or various sizes all around the wall from floor to ceiling The people are not allowed to drink on the premises so they go to the door fIIstreet The bottle holds about a wineglassful of the imperial drug and costs 5 cents The daily wages of a workman in the- fields is from 10 to 15 cents Tchelyseff is a member of the Third Douma who declared drink kills Russia and that neither a constitution nor a resolution are so much needed as temperance He says that the Government budget is made up of poison DIED WITH SABER ON HIS HEART New York April 25 With the sword he carried when a member of Morgans command during the Civil War clasped to his heart Col William S S Warwick was found dead in his bed on the top floor of a house in the Bronx yesterday When his old colored fervant who answers only to the name of Mammy carried his breakfast to his room she found Col Warwick dead The Coroner decided that deathwas due to the infirmities of oldage CoL Warwick came of a famous old Southern family and was born in Virginia eightyfive years ago He was bred in wealth and luxury andat the opening of the war joined Mor throughoutbthe war fought underthe flag of the Confederacy Twenty years ago he carne to New York and began to practice law He had a large income and his chief employment was the entertaining in lavish style of Southerners who came to New York Two years ago he became involved in a disastrous financial transaction and lost his entire fortune Since then he has lived in humble lodgings in the Bronx atttened only by the old colored servent the brought from the South with him in the days of his prosperity CoL Warwick issaid to have been related to manY wellknown people in the South including Senator Daniel of Virginia i 15s 4 r 4 r REDDENING CHEEKS A simple method that will us ually bring color to the cheeks is acchmplished by means of two soft pads These should be little e larger than a silver dollar and are made of thick canton flannel covered smoothly with linnen stitched around at the edgesThe face should be washed in warm water and the pads must be soaking in water almost as cold as ice As soon as the face is dried the pads are shaken and applied to the spot where the color is desired One should be on each cheek at a time and they should remain for five minutes or so It may be necessary to chill them again The secret of success lies in having the water icy and the face warm but not hot when the pads are applied r The Buffalo News ventures this little journey into matri shellIfret herself into an oyster stew every time a leaf drops off the rubber plant and never bat an eye when you go skirtless and buttonless Likewise she will- ruin 125 worth of complexion while mourning over the miser able condition of the happy heathen in darkest Africa and then grow furious if the cook doesnt discardedwages are due The Washington Post says In the savings banks of the United States are deposits exceeding 4 000000000 the property of more than 1000000 depositors and when to this stupendous sum there is added the other acquisi tion of laborreal estate and chattels it is gross ignorance or shameless mendacity to say that the American working man is an object of pity or an objector charity He does not want pity or charity but he does want a square deal i WANTED fe Ii 700 LIVE RED and GRAY a FOXESI+ t illEALTUY good condition not crippled q Will pay 200 s each for RED FOXES 125 each for GRAY FOXES f Will pay iabove prices at your express office or any mail carrier com ing into Campbellsville Ky ii when crated light and safe with new tin cup for water Never use an old tin can as a ii the rust kills them til Feed them chicken fresh beef or rab bit no salty food f I will pay more alive than fur dealers i pay for skins f Write me fabout how many you will able to get q NO CRIPPLED FOXES i WANTED I Foxes may be deg livered at the following places Cooley BrosAbshertL R Chelf Knifley T H Skags Mace Reed Miller Columbia S S Goode Casey Creek IBob Wilson Cane Valley Joe Marshalls barber step 1tuiPBWSYILIJKt Greels I S- tm iaI+ + + + +++ iL c IiWill Be PresidentThis r year and every man must read to keep posted on pol itics The CourierJournal Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspa per but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly rps r f4J CourierJournal But you can get that pa = t per and the Adair County News Both One Year FOR 150 If you will give or send your order to this paper= = NOT to The Courier Journal Daily Courier Journal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a com = bitation cut rate on these if you will write this pa= per The Louisville Times Is the livest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price of the limes is 5 a year but you can get the Adair County News AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Ye t1 J FOR 500 If you will send your order to this paper I ot to the Times A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar nica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at T Paulls drug t store For sale a 6 horse power Fairbanks Gasoline Engine mounted on steel trucks In first class condition- J F Patterson Columbia L t iJ 1 I I I JIilI 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS OOOO0600000000003000000o0OO00000000000 0 CF K D S LflM IffliJi t JIJilt 2 I have just returned from the Cincinnati Market where I Bought a Large Stock of General Merchandise for the Spring and Summer Trade X 9 V z Ladies Dress Goods o In this line I know I can please all comers who the latest styles In all kinds of fabrics My ovant Percals Muslins Silks and Light Weight O Woollen Goods are the most attractive ever shown i- nC f Columbia 6 Clothing pIF do not see what you want visiting my establishment ask for sure have tiO 0 r i W L WflLKER c i 60UmOia K6ntufiKu iC OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOgOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO000 iht t1nit l1nt1 iuts Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED i CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests ef the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia PostofSce as second class mail matter WED r MAY 6 1908 Within a short while Demo crats will be called on to select deL- egates to the State and National Conventions This duty be performe din a manner befiting the of the work the welfare of our party and the good of the country Mr Bryan will not bef opposed in this State and there will not be any tion over the candidate We are all agreed thatK he lis the logical man in fact as conditions are the only man so there can not arise any disagreement on that line That each lect able representatives true to our principles can not be doubt ed but the main pointwhere di may assert itself where personal disputes of the past may be injected will be in the State convention over the selec tion of the four delegatesat The would like to see factional feeling pitched to the wind the past differences blotted out and all Democrats the gold men the silver advo cates the Goebel supporter the antiGoebel Democrat the Beck ham enthusiast and the anti Beck ham people all join in the fight to be made next Fall To do this the past must be passed and the representative Democrats re gardless of factional feeling must be recognized The News like to the following Democrats selected as delegates atlarge Gov J C W Beck ham Senator McCreary Mr Watterson and Congressman All of distinguish ed gentlemen are for Mr Bryan all for the Democratic and all for victory It is folly to keep factional feeling in this State The sins of the past whatever they may have beenI should be marked from our record r when open honest confession has been tendered and especial ly where devotion to and J nominees have been pledg ed It is folly it is foolish to denounce the CourierJournal and iciiticise Mr Wattersoir simply 4biecause Journal Has not been l N f are loaded and they are being at very short To be and for self in it I to it should conten vision large News would see James these party up party party Style I The Coach Hrse jwH s HORSJ GREAT IN BREEDING SIZE AND STRENGTH is 11 the one so well adapted to meet the needs of this Size form action are the usefulness that every breeder should consider and in ARWED you find every desirable makeup including style and The day aodappearance is fast passing and the worth of a horse like that of man will bejmeasured by what he will do ARWEDS first colts are now two years old and out of all there is not an under ling in his get They have the finish of the saddle bred the form of a showhorse and the power the draft It costs no more to raise a good horsea horse of good size than it does to produce the underlings for for use in every are the German Coach PEDIGREE No 2783 sired by No 1059 he by Achilles No 1313 dam Ardo No 1000 by Agammennon No 560 is a beautiful horse 16 hands high and 1250 pounds He is mod le in size action and style You must see him to appreciate his worth Fee 1000 to insure a colt 10 Jack Chinn Is a black jack with not too large too small is to be one of the best mule jacks in the He will serve for 700 to insure a colt Care will be taken to prevent accidents not responsible any occur Mares will be fed at cost and pastured at 200 per month after May 1st This stock will be at the JC Browning miles west of Colum bia and one mile from Milltown Money due when colt is foaled mare or removed from the neighborhood Not for accidents For information ad dress J C BROWNING Mgr German Coach Horse AssociationIOr RoIIin Browning Columbia PemocratIicpaigns of the past There is not a doubt as to the present The CourierJournal is in line and its able editor is now showing that his support can not be doubted nor under estimated Let your criticism of Mr Watterson cease and join in the fight with the same enthusiasm and our ity in Kentucky next Fall will be more than 20000 W R Cress of Wayne county is a candidate for Democratic for the Eleventh Cress is a tried and Sue Democrat and has ever been the fight party oat lii the last Democratic- State rim he supported Sen ator McCreary but he went down he did what he could for Gov Beckham If heshould be elected proD1est vigorously canvas O l tf Department My tables with all Late Suits sold a profit convinced that I can please come see your ARWED German FORM section and points of speed fancy of Ready market ready emergency horses Arwed Achim Arwed brown a living mealy points neither but known county living but should found stables of 6 traded further Ky major Judge Elector district Judge ready tIesc When t JJ Snow J C PoppIeweM A CAR EACH OF- t Buggies Wagons andrx Fetrti11zetJust e eeened Give us a call See our Ball Bearing Buggies and 3 get our prices on all grades before buying elsewhere Our Business motto Quick Sales and Shot t prof- itsPopplewellSnow DHAiiERS ICI Gen ttl mtrebandise f r csxand tqdetitaketfGoods rfSpringsm g lienfuckv The Republicans of 3 ejijpcJyj are haying a hot old Louisville The State Conven tionis in sessionSI Old man is not workjng withthem iMs time r vis jY i f fnIs not likely that the tmen out of employment will find anV1 pleasure in a Republi can administration Jt s the empty dinner pail this time v t + Z 2J r Y Ladies and Mens Fine Shoes Those who want the Latest Styles in Foot Wear C need not hunt any other storeI have exactly what Cyou want and I feel sure I can please you in prices CCome and take a look at this department C 6 you will almost be ii C importance seaL weighs responsible he Russell Prosperity continuing UlLAND PEACOCKi1 The Greatest Son or Jordan Peacock Is four years old a rich cherry bay as much style and fineness as any living horse is sound in every particular with the best of eyes feet and legs He is nicely broken to saddle and harness He is a show horse of high quality and his colts which are just coming in are evidence that he will prove one of the great sires of highclass horses PEDIGREE Highland Peacock by Jordan Peacock 1148 by Peacock No by Blue Jeans I No 3 First dam by Raven Artist No 1043 Volumes he by Chester by Artist 75 he by King William No 67 by Washington Denmark No 61 Chesters first dam by Waxey No 100 stock Raven by Vidette ievher125 ant Insure i iJgd Colt JohnI RingoldA sectionService trotting stallion bred speed great and level head 15J hands high horse fine IIand substance and most perfect disposition have handled sound every particular and will measure your demands you want purpose horse breeding combines highest class tracing great Hamiltonian both sides the second raiseIHamiltonian conceded greatest sire trotters either or dead and Ringold only twice removed which ought make him question a er for this for end rance is a of wonderful the we ever seen or He is in up to if to an all His the of to the 10 on in 10 is to be the of is to Fee 10 to Insure living Colt IIII Locofocus Is a Black Jack with white points 6 years old about 15 hands high with extreme length very heavy bone and foot long bony head extra long well shaped ears and has proven himself in Lincoln county where we purchased him to be an unusual fine breeder Four of his colts sold last fall as weanlings for 12500 each and a number of others from 8500 to 11000 per head W bought him for a good one and know him to be ust what this section needs I He WiliServe at 700 to Insure iLiving Colt Wh stock will make the season at Young 3ofieys barn in Columbia Ky All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should antoccur In every instance money due when colt is foaled mare traded removed or bred to other stock tYOUNG C FfEYIf n 1 i i j1S1ri J blL t 1 0 0 l q THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S J J6tC5rt9 iioIV I f J RtIZ tKIRTS j i Pt J i i1 i for the next 30 days we offer our Entire f Stock of TailorMade Skirts at Reduced Prices 1 I1fThe Stock embraces all the New Cloths Colors t and Styles made by the Best Skirt Factories in the United States r We have Bought too heavy in this Department and we have Ji11 determined to cut the stock down You will miss a good tJI thing if you fail to see our stock i MA G iter 8olelessGJ rf I RUSSELL I CO JiJ J t4Cm e r I sick last F was here- growing hick wash cignt tn Become better fIr G R Miller was at home the fit of the week iMr H S Robinson Campbellsville was here yesterday- Mr J D Sharp Amandaville was upon the square Me nday Mr Tyler Marshall Campbellsville was here a few days ago Mr W T En and and wife were hjjre from Edmonton Monday Mr SH Craddock of Gresham Green county was here Friday Miss Mary Feese is visiting her sister 4iMrs GM Wilson at GradYvillei Mr Reed Calbwell Burdick was qver Friday and attended the sale Mr G R Feese and daughter Lettie Dora of Watson I were in Columbia TuesdayI f Dr L C Nell and Mr J S Stapp left for the London Convention Sun day afternoon Mrs J C Hodges of Greensburg 1visited her daughter who is in college I here last week j t Mfr John Beauchamp and wife Ed imontqn were here to attend the funer slof Mrs Mary Garnett r IMrs Una Scott and brother Fred Cowherd of Camp Knox visited Mrs J P Hutchison last week Mr M Rey Yarberry will attend the Republican State Convention which will convene m LoUIsvIlle today Mrs Mol1ieS nders and Mrs Suisie Zerb ugh ol Pg11yton =were visiting relatives at this place last week t iMejwrsv GI GQwdy Owen Gaines tI Jj 1G W I Meader Camp belisvillC werhere attfie horse sale I 4 TheiH tAMr J4 re t WmJi Feese oft Newsgave the office axapleasantcall last Friday i rt t Mr Cleo Stiimll passed through Co lumbia Tueidy to Russell Springs He was accompanied by his 4v y I ivir SyVPl bertxmand Mr Roget i t fr i J r OOo OOOOOOeooooo ANNOUNCEMENT 10 Wool Wool Wool 2 The Campbellsville Mfg Co 8 0 Campbellsville Ky 0 0 Propeietors of A ii Campbellsville Woolen Mills XII iHaving built an entirely new plant now announces ready to manufacture wool into all colors of Yarn Lin 0Jeans Flannels Blankets Ladies Flannel Skirts Asey AWW c c v 0 See one of oui agents who will show you our 00samples give you our terms and ship your wool i 0W F Jeffries Sons agent Columbia Ky 0OJasper Doss agent Pellyton Ky 0Roach agent Breeding Ky 0S L Blair agent Craycraft Ky 0- C o V 0i If you do not want all your Wool 0r made up we pay cash for Wool 0 o 0- o 0 8 Campb llsville Mfg Co 0aIncorporated tOt o Mgr Gampbellsville Ky 0 So00O00000Q00O Pemberton Horse Cave were here last Friday and attended the sale The latter bought one horse in the sale and twoprivately Mrs SP Miller who has been seriously ill at intervals for the past eight monthsis now ableto walk about tier oom the indicatiprisf jpbinting to uitirmate ther Recovery J Mr John A Hobson ai prominent merchant of Greeilsburg F MrndaYHobson has place and his friends were glad to see tf liimHMars LUbnrn cl Logan Pun bar Silai Sullivan RufuiGMnp J r Elmer Wheat Lucien Kimble and Sylvanious Wilson all of Russell county were here Sunday en route to the London Conventionr Judge T A Murrell and wife who have been visiting in Texas and New Mexico returned home last Friday night companied by Judge Murrells mother Mrsf Lizzie Murrell and Mrs Ed Staples who have been in Elida N M for the past year MEDICAL SOCIETY r b j The Adair County M dielSoci dwinI4l r r Jtigar7S i f il ir 4 J I I jf 4k t IfffRII 1Srit1 iq14p- I t s l ti r r 0 s HARDWARE STORE If you want any of following articles L i you can get them once Hardware of Every Description I Empire and Black Hawk Corn Drills I Wagons Buggies Runabouts f 1 Saddles Heavy and Light arnessf 7IFencing of Every Description 1Wire 1 Seed Oats all kinds of Grass Seed Iew German Millet II 1fertilizers ranging In price from 110 to 180Iany kind FARM IMPLEMENTS or 19 kmcx saoscm nbx coxa GOtca23 4W El f Fine Stock Notice I I Jordan Peacock 1148 A S H R THE BEST BREEDER IN KENTUCKY Will make the season of 1908 in Gradyville Ky at the low price t of1500to insure a living colt 7 days old JORDAN PEACOCK has siredmorehighpriced colts than any Stallion in Kentucky When you breed to him you are sure to get a colt and a good one His colts are always winners in fairs where evershown I noticed last year at all the fairs I attended there was a nice string of hiscolts and they were always winners t At Burkesville Ky thereUwereJOlof I his fcolts shown and Mr Anderson Garret had the winner This colt won29000 rat the Burkesville fair Mr Garret then fche colt for 10000 land thelman that bought it was offered 20000 for it while at the Somerset fair The Jordan Peacock Colt Show at the Columbia fair wasthebest coltshow ever seen in Kentucky30 number all good ones several sold from 10000 to 125 at weaning time JORDAN PEACOCK is known from New York to San Francisco Chicago and Boston City Many of his colts have been bought and shipped to the above named cities and many other cities where fine horses are wanted His colts are the kindr that all lovers of fancy horses are looking for To prove this Jordan Peacock has been in Adair county for 12 years and has sired from 50 to 117 colts each yr and today there is not over one dozen of his colts in Adair county that is over 3 years old What has become of them have all been sold and left thous ands of dollars in the farmers pockets DonViet some one make you believe their horse is better to breed to than Jordan If they are why dont they have a colt show that will prove i- tKentucky Kngii Will Stand at Grad Mlle at 15 to insure a Hving coltodays old KENTUCKY KING is 5 years old 16 hands high and weighs 1200 tbs is the best Saddle Stallion 1 ever backed Last year I showed him at several fairs in Kentucky and Tennessee and at Celina he won FIRST IN THE GRAND SWEEPSTAKES FOR THE BEST COMBINED STALLION MARE OR GELDING and defeated some of the best in Tennessee and Kentucky At Monticello Wayne county Ky he wonthe Championship for the Best Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding with 10 entries of as ones as ever contested a show ring Among them was Happy Bough a horse shown by Mr R Beasly of Lincoln county Happy Bough is one of the best saddle stallions in Kentucky and was shown all through the Blue Grass Section and Ken tucky King was the first to beat him last season KENTUCKY KING has the richest blood running through his vains offany saddle stallion in this section He was sired by Red Squirrel No 53 he by Black Squirrel First dam by Alexan der Lexington he by Cabells Lexington Second dam by Artist No 75 When you breed to either of horses you are breeding to the best in the land and will get a colt that will sell at any age for a fancy price If you want to raise the best your mares to my stock and dont fool your time away breeding to common stock and something that Is unknown If mares are traded or removed before the colt is 7 days old the money is then due Pasture at 50 cts per week or feed at cost r jis Respectfully W L GRADY jn 1 t trr= M u Columbia Ky on the 2nd Thursday in May at 10 a in PROGRAM i Dr William Blair Preventive Me di prWT GriMom Sep caemiai Jf t i fj the at No sold in good my All others who have not read their papers are expected to do so W F i Cartwright R aY Hindmann- and W T Grialom Go amittce ic WVvyyV j t- It i LindseyWilsonGoo Kingdom Every body is invited youngmule f r 6 HTHEFROM OUR OWN JE TAYLOR- lie Writes From New Mexico PreachlngSoclahsm Elida N TVL Apr 25 1908 Editor News There are many good people in these United States and I pre sume ofad Kentucky who CountyF face whenever they hear the word Socialism mentioned These good people Socialistetpure and true is a worse man than a communist an anarchist an infidel or a heathen But what they believe is one thing and the facts are quite another thing For the benefit and enlightenment of this class of my friends that read The News I will give an outline of what So cialist believe and advocate the statements of their adversaries to the contrary notwithstanding I will be much pleased to have the views of any of my old party friends who oppose the articles of faith here e given Socialists do not believe that all the property in the world should be confiscated and divided up amongSthe people whether they helped to earn it or not they do not believe that the Possession of property is a crimej they do not believe that all men are intellectually morally or socially equal they do not believe that a man having talentgen ius if you likeshould be given no oppornitunity for its develop- sment they do not believe that all menjlshould be held down to one common level They do believe that humanity has descended tfrom a common source that the same red blood It IEthatbeing under the same divine law that all breathe the same air and draw sustenance from the same inexhaustible reservoirs o f na tures forces and that this soIia daritythis brotherhood of the human race gives to everyonet born into the world an inalienable in birthrightthe right to liveJ Yes the Socialists believe that every man who desires to labor and produce the wherewithal to feed and clothe and warm him selfand those dependent upont him should have the opportunity to do soIYes friends the Socialists recognize the fact that everyone who is physically andmentally able should be a producer or more strictly speaking a workerone who performs some necessary or useful service Socialists believe that no manI should be permitted to live in Idleness by levying a tax a tribute a Profit call it by whati name you likeupon the labor ofI his fellowman They would a bolish the idler at both ends of the social scale The tramp and the dude would be compelled to r work and produce as much as they consume All industrial labor being in the production of articles ofvalue and distributing the same to the consumers Socialists believe that all his labor of procuction and distribution should be performed by the publicthat is by the ped pie Collectively And they mainJ t tain that by this systematic co t operation but a few hours labor would be required from each person each day Socialists believe in a greatf r combinationnot a combine of a few large manufactures t +make a big profit from the sale of their goods to consumersbut toIproduce and distribute goods to all the people at costiSocialist believe in cooperation and that too upon a worldwide scale They do not believe in compe titionin each man scheming and struggling to get the best of his- neighborswhich under our pres ent system is unavoidable In 7 the cooperative commonwealth fierce competition would give place to friendly emulation They believe that the largest and best C results can be secured by the the individuals working collectively Jj not against each other pulling together not in opposite direc 7 tfonslIn the sweat of thy face xj shalt thou eat bread I will gladly try to answer all 7j questions pertaining to Socialism vc or this part of New Mexico Yours Very Truly 2 Joseph E Taylor CHANGE OF VENUE What may prove to be the most important step taken by the Executive Department of the State Government to bring to justice the night riders in Western Kentucky is now being contemplated by Governor Willson and his advisors It is said that after arrests have been made in Trigg County through Brigadier General Williams and the state MI troops Governor Willson will in i ist that the trial of the prisoners r be held in some county other jtthanvenue on the part of the commonwealth Q is provided under sec af 1112 of the Kentucky J Statutes under the heading of Removal From County in State iv of Lawlessness Trigg county has long been is recognized not only by testateEofficials the officers of the militia u SP the Executive Department but also by the tobacco men as r t original seat of disturbance 7- the tobacco war It is charged that Trigg county furnished the raders who burned the warehouse M Iat Princeton Hopkinsville = and other places in Western Ken tucky General Williams hasj sent to Trigg county by Governor Willson to arrest cer tain men who he says took part in those raids The jury in the suit of Robert Hollowelland wife against twenty eight allegednight riders including his brother john Hollowell allof Caldwell county for 100 000 damages could not agree upon a verdict and was discharged by Judge Evans in the United States Court at Paducah In disVj charging the jury Evans arii nounced that he daspecial term of court on May 12 and secure a jury from a county not affected by night riders to again try the case iMrgeneral store at Omega 0and is pies e ident of the Adams County Telephone 1 TelephoneCoKings New Discovery It saved my Jlife once At least Irthmk it did It seemed to reach the spot the veryt seat of my coughwhen everything else failed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough sDOtit theals the soarsppts and the weak spots in thoat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at T E Paulls drug store 5Ocand1 Trial bottle free- S I l ti- For Womans dye 318 tWhen Bearingr Wash Machine Guaranteed fEthe refunded Oes Completely Renovated Throughout Absolute Satisfaction Hotel Props RATES 234242 Market Louisville Kentucky ooooo Womens troubles regularly certain month is should continue 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formation This unique and valuable Atlas Ig FREE to ALL EVENING POST fOItullyears8ubscrlptlonbymallman only and that subscription price by carrier or agent is 10 cents per week beltmarketA dally newspaper for the home The Evening Pest LOUISVILLE KYv Special Price Oi AlIas EsTkis Paper r f ttCt jA ti fp t TITIrTiL T k Y jc THE ADAIR COUNTY NEw 1 7 1 t 1 y Woodson Lewis Greerlsburg Kentucky 1I i IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH t Studebaker i BirdsellII 1 Hi burn I J ==WaonsA c ir load o- fOliverJ Chilled Plows A- r1Jrfoad of Disc Harrows lcar load of I Cujlfivators Corn Planters and One = Horse Corn Drills Will havei the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for I Spring trade J IME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will delivenany kind of Farm y Implements at any station on the L 8c N R R Wood son Lewis thetu Merchant Greensburg Ky wpromply attended to WOOD STER Is a substitute common lime mortar There is intelligent economy in the use of this material The use of common lime a weak and uncertain ceiling as it is li iseseveral hundred dollars damages lou can den i l aining no sand you can saw ornaiiit Hke wood MANUFACTURED BY t Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Brook RiverBOTH PHONES 2267 Louisville Ky11 555tv v m 71mLiiknmPl1HNING IvilIth GOVIPY Can furnish on short notice 3 I BUILDING MATERIAL of any description l A full stock of Dressed Lumber on hands Sash Doors Blinds Whine Lead and Oil and Congo 5 i 322Roofingi I COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1 11 v w 11 W VI VI tL V 7i 7i 7i 71 71 i7 711 i7l7f i w 71 isI V 1 S1 Iinm m 71 171 m n ir 71 il r iI i1C 7r jS m 7 I Dr James Menzies J ilj OSTEOPATHY erCONSULTATION AND 4 L iiftiEAMINATION fREE for II t tft e AT RESIDENCE i tlColumbia Kentucky vw 2 v- js 1 7 svS1lj7 JS Iil 7f D- 71 r 117 Ij 7t j f 1yt t4f i s1 UOG WALLOW NEWS 1 FROM HOGWALLOW KENTUCKIAN Always letthe other man shoot first and then you can shoot in self defense In the Bible we can read all about the beginning but whati we are interested in is the grand finishThe moral to bur story called t His Evil Day on the inside pages is that preachers do more good than you think they do The bump of intelligence on some peoples head look like where a flea had been biting The chiggers have invaded the Rye Staw neihborhood and are causing much alarm Dock Hocks has already greased his feet so that they cant get a foothold on him- Frisby Hancock has just found out what has been going with all his geese His pet mud turtle has been grabbing them by the feet and pulling them under and nothing rises but the feathers The postmaster has a force of hands at work remodeling the martin box on the postoffice for the blue birds Sim Flinders took all of his dogs over to Prof Sap Sprad lins lecture on dogs at Rye Straw a few nights ago Dock Hocks our thriving blacksmith has moved his shop to his home on Musket Ridge so that he can crack walnuts on the anvil this summer Miss Fruzie Allsop is going to wear mourning on her hat this summer for awhile in honor of her uncle who died near Tick ville and left her two acres of landThe mail carrier will hereafter fire off his shot gun on his ap proach into Hogwallow Jefferson Potlocks is feeling very sprightly since the sap has begun to rise in his wooden leg With the dawn of the spring season much improvement is going on around heretAmong the most noteworthy being the entire rearran ement of Colum bus Allsops corn crib Besides whitewashing it he has taken the blocks out from under the corners to prevent the rats from climbing up and getting into the cornThe assistant coroner attended the dance on Musket Ridge last Saturday night but his service was not needed and he was put to playing the fiddle itI It appears to have been or iE dained at the beginning that all w who hustled around like unto a busy bee should have a greasy skillet and a contented mindam sic The big road leading into Hog E wallow has been changed so as E to run around behind Tobe v Moselys house Tobe had this v done so that the public could see his new cow and calf of which proudnitc Sim Flinders for the past year 15or two has been watching around t catching honey bee wherever he could and saving them and v now has nearly enough for a swarm 1E 1CSPARKSVILLE i 5Mrs Ben Rowe quite sick at w j ilhis writing WD King the drygoods l drummer lled on our merchants 4E last week l 35 Our merchants are v enjoying a 0 2 i Y1 r B3 4e- t lJ id fine trade SundaySchool has been organized at Antioch with 87 scholars in attendance and Mr F D Firkin superantendent Miss Nannie Rowe of Rowe town was visiting at this place WednesdayWheat grass looks very promisingMrs W Breeding was taken suddenly ill Friday night but is better at this writing Misses Hattie Gilpin Stella and Della Curry were shoping in Gradyville Thursday I Mr W L G dberry and wife were in Columbia Wednesday Mr G Tf Rose was visiting his parents at Nell Sunday Mr J A Wheeler is visiting relatives in Hart county this weeKMrs Allen Morrison and child ren of Gadberry visited her parents Mr and Mrs J H Preston a few days ago- MILLTOWN The health in this vicinity is very good at present Plenty of rain and wet weath r is the subject of this week The peach crop is thin in this communityMr Garrison died a his home near Fry on the 22 Miss Flora Lee Squires visite- friends near this place a few days of last week Miss Etta Reynolds died at her home near here on the 28 She was 20 years of age and a victim of heart trouble ROY Our new office at Roy has brought several new subscribers to the News iCattle buyers have been husling in this part looking after cattle Hogs are doing well They are 3 and up Mr Martin Redmon and wife were shopping at Roy one day last week- G R Redmon was in Columbia last week Corn planting will begin her at once People are making ready fastInot very good at this writing Mr Tilford McElroys daughter is very sick at present Mrs Myrtle Redmon is on th sick list Bo Hurt the produce man when he goes out he brings a load Mr Sol Royse is having his new house painted Mr Walter Sullivan is doing the work and he is up to his job Miss Lucie Moore is very sick at this writing The Worlds Best Climate is not entirely free from diseases on the high elevations fevers prevail while o the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or les extent according to altitude To overcome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice bil iousness fever and ague and general debility the must effective remedy Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antiddth for every form of bodily weakness nervousness and insomnia Sold under guaraute- at TE Paulls drug store Price 50c FOR SALE One good second hand 10x16 slid value Altas Engine righthand This engine is in firstclass order but was taken out on account of being too small for our lightplant It will be sold at t a bargain W R Myres 244t CO IbliIfY t OBITUARY Mollie Cross was born Nov the 23 1872 died April the 12 1908 She was tHe daughter of Mr Wil- Liam M and Lizzie Thomas born andreared near Milltown and was wellknown by many people in Columbia having taught sev eral schools in Adair county In 1900 she went to Texas and ina few months was married to Prof A E Cross of Denison Texas and to them were born two child ren Hassie and Willie A hus band two children a mother four sisters and two brothers besides a host of friends mourn her loss The deceased had been in declining health for about two years but was only confined to her bed for a few weeks She has two sisters living in Colum bia Mrs Bettie Waggener and Mrs Alice Chapman two living in Barlow City Ky Mrs Viola Meshew and Mrs Lula Copeland Her mother and single sister Birtie and two brothers Jim and Charley living ne Milltown Ky tOKenItucky12 of Sept and was only gone home six months until the end cameShe was perfectly signed to the will of God and was con attrue Christian and had been a churchdsince girlhood She was a kind and affectinate mother and a good wife and will be greatly missed by her husband and little children a host of relatives and friendsDeath dearest tie can sever Take our loved ones from our side Bear them from our homes foreverI Oer the dark cold rivers tide In that happy land well meet them With those loved ones gone before And again with joy well greet them There where parting is no more A sister The Public Building Committee of the House has agreed to allow 25000 more for the Government building at Lebanon make ing 55000 in all It is stood that provision will underI for a site for building at ville and at Langley and Ben nett will get buildings for their districts It is said Kimball will ateLexington and 25000 additional for the Versailes building Helm is said td have secured 35000 additional for Danville and the authorization of a site for Law renceburg Peoples Cure for Stomach Ills It would be folly to say that a person should always be his own doctor There quickinphysician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be cured at home at very little expense Such remedies can be bought at any firptclass drug store for a small sum Among the diseases that can be effectively treated at home are such as per- to the stomach liver and bowels like constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency sour stomach bloated stomach sick headaches heartburn etc For these troubles there is no better remedy than Dr Caldwell compOundIgredients contained in this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their to take it commencementnsimple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they finally take Dt Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and have their conn dence rewarded by a cure A good case in point is that of Mr Herrin of Lawrenceville DL who suffered from what the doctors called ca tarrh of the stomach He was given up to die three physicians He had no appe hadSdiejSyrup Pepsin and did so and now he is entirely cured and has gained 25 pounds He naturally all sufferers from weak stomach to use anderesults are absolutely guaranteed or money refunded Buy a bottle today and watch results IFREE TEST CaJd11wellscan have a free sample bottle sent to their home by thatthceas who have never taken it Send for it If you have any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children women and old folks permanent home cure THE PUBUCVERDICTIINo Laxative So Good and Sure r1bearsPEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Catdwell Elide Montc Ho 111 l C M WISEMAN SON I I Oiamondsand Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians If Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line IOposite Music Hall W Market St 1132 1st 2d St Louisville Ky D CrenshawfIII VETERINARY SURGEON I Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any stirajical work done at fairprices lam well fixed to take care ofstock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stablesICOXEHALF MILE I FmCOLUMlt ON IIPOINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets If I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it- would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs FOR A GOOD MEAL VISIT THE Manhattan Restaurant and Lunch Counter OTTO E YENT PropJ502 WEST JEFFERSON STREET Opposite Court House Louisville Kentucky REGULAR MEALS 20c BEST COFFEE Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1IDr 0 S Bunbar Bentist rOFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY WILMORE HOTEL W M CZIIlilHOftH Pvppff FirstClass Table f Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYlHLLe KY r T MONEY PANIC ALL OFF I am putting on more rubber tires saeson then last Come early andT avoid the rush best rubber used 234t SF Eubank i f i rk j rw Ti ft I L r fjI f rDi Q I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i J WITH OUR CORRESPONDENTS h 1 i5 1 i 1WeeKsHappeningsNews Important or Otherwise as Report t Lt ed By Our Corps Correspondents GRADYVILLE Dr L C Nell was at Greens burg last Thursday L C Hindman and wife spent last Friday in Columbia Mr GT Flowers of Fairplay is spending a few days with his relatives at this place this week Miss Mollie Moss of Keltner is visiting friends and relatives at this place this week EMiss Nora Shirrell is visiting relatives in Columbia this week r Sacramental Services at the Methodist church in this city the ii 2nd Sunday in this month Mr Alfred Parson was called A to the bedside of his step daught er last Thursday who was con sidered in a critical condition a Our town was full up last week with commercial men Everyone F did some business with our merchants v Our farmers report that there is an abundunce of tobacco plants in1 this section ready for transplanting L r F O 10Cv rr0 BARGAINS I IN I njInUGGIEsJI ever i IVIV ii I BARGAINS I IN Ia in this locality some t plants are large enough set V Milltown and Mr Hindman Grady ville were visiting at Squires Saturday and Sundayf i Coffey Miami was t ing Mrs Henry Simpson last r week Mr John R Cundiff was very sick last Thursday I the stomach but is able to be about room v at this writingV h2 James Suddarth has been sick for the Sol McFarland and Cathrine Banks were happily inarriedrThursday We extend best wishes to thisj couple JPerry Cundiff has purchased a half interest in Lane Hartfields mill this place After the j timber is sawed will thresh e wheat and i h 4 A Mr Finis Cundiffv i and daughter Cane Valley visit t Ben Hancock sold one mule to i Lucien Turner for150 John1 Squires sold a of mules I I Thomas for 250 Bunk l m 1qi iitf i 1tt J Mr Robert McCaffree of Co lumbia was here several last week surveying for Strong Hill Rev H C Sandidge and daughter of were guests at the Wilmore House on last Saturday Quite a number of our stock- menj attended the stock sale at Columbia last Friday W R Sexton the wellknown painter of Columbia is now a citizen of this place and is pre pared to do all kinds of painting Work has begun on the Roller mill at this place IMrs W L Grady was on the a few days of last week Clay Coleman Bro the well known men of Edmonton passed through Thursday enroute to Columbia Tilferd Richard was in Greens burg a day or so last Mr J M Wilson one of our substantial farmers who has been in bad health sometime has about recovered Mr B Dulin and wife spent =0 =Oc There are There are BargairTs are and RE Bargains Bargains stock them All Furn IMPOSSIBLE MontraThomas wife iif stock week BARGAINS We make Price t VStyleafldV r Quality OUR WATCH WORD ill bought two calves ue Shearer 26 I Bro Will for us his last sermon contract the 4th Sunday in AprilII We regret to give him up as is an entertaining speaker DIRIGO this is the last day I f April as I I can look rom my window and the fields snow occa sionally dashes sleet against my window panes ancT all the forest are dressed in- their gay that a very good crop of fruit r had survived this far but as the f chill winds wave the the branches the this pears and seem say farewell The windsseem- to laugh at our loss and say so the better for Florida and But we should for it is the who givetb and the taketh away Elisha Keeton of Barren coun was here one day last Stotts was at Your reporter has taking of affliction for the past weel Jnsteadof being the crown his or the sole of his feet that was afflicted was his the region tthe j l rPi v r ir VV a day or so of last week at Can mer Rev Crouch one of able divines did something one day last thjit no in this sec tion has ever been do and that was killed an eagle the first shot at a long range It only five feet and seven inches The eagle was after his chickensMr Hill was at Sulphur Well one day last Mrs Hill entertained several of the young our one evening last in of Mollie The snow came last Thursday yery unexpected to most p ople in fact no knew it was going to snow except Merida Wilson and would not tell it We glad to note that the snow did no harm to the crop The are fine for plenty of fruit and Mrs L C Hindman celebrated the thirteenth aniver sary of their daughter Mol lie last Quite a num ber of the young ladies of town and community were pres and it goes without saying the day was a very oc ents Mrs J A Diddle spent a day or so visiting her mother Mrs Hughes of last =0 =0 t are of AI they kinds kinds kinds they robes much week week week week will if are not A A throat and his Job was much the worse dition the has lost so much sleep and was unable eat in tile usual manner He getting much the worse it and if the should weeks would forced lean the in order to writeVVsV- V4 4ELLER Mr and Mrs Hill visited at A L last IV Jesse Humble and Wade of Russell were Estill was thrown horse and badly bruised about the and face Sun Fdley wasat and A G on thesick list at this VV Mr and Mrs Eobt Crocket visited at Mack snore were Wolf after fetilirV f r far behind with their work in this on account the Rev Willi risaeliverei 1 t rii f1 111 t 1 r f t RevJN Walbert preached a interesting at liar rojds last Sunday I farmers very busy at Thomas Roach who has very sick is some better at this writingMiss Lavodah Yates gave the young a singing at her home long since Mr Bert Jones made a busi ness trip to Nannie Rowe was ing Roaches last Sun day Bettie Breeding was the guest Vic Yates and Mary Roach night last week Our cousin S C Neat called on N R Roach night this week MrsJ Yates her daughter Mrs T G Harvey last SundayMrs Willie Jessie is very ill at this writing will an old folks meeting at Red Lick the fourth MayIHarvey is on the v Vic Yates and Mary Roach w reat Breeding day last week Our sold N I0 =0 ONE BARGAINStwo ancl We fer We B the carry o went away SVE with from with trees pies Lord Lord last Jpfe town Miss Moss fruit We ship and ON re the goods Y chin reporter many desk Font Springs here from writing at wet weather Sam very sermon Fork been folks Bakerton Miss atNR Miss v an able sormon at J C Coffeys Sunday Mrs has been sick several days i We have had few days fine The farmers getting down to for their present Our roads shape now some time The the is J has had a severe of grip for the last SE wife of J this of her recovery seemed almost im possible She is at S J of was day last VMr H Dunbar ertsons Brps besjV salesman was here day last week fcA iVWe have been unable to t you our news for some but hope to 60 in thefu as well as old rnaYbe wit your r C i rvA f vs f VuaV lJ R Roach a large bill of shoes one day last week was the guest Hermon Roach Mr Clarence Pattezi is on the sick list this week The singing at J M was largly at is scarce in this com Ill ring off 4 r is gone and is if May will as wet Our Sunday is progress ing nicely we hope to much good work Mr EdTate Rankin rep Grocery Co Burnside was here a few days ago Mr and Mrs R C Hatfield to Sunday and returned Monday R M of Bart and Jesse Kindrick of took with Mrs R Sunday Mr Alonzo Turpin and Miss Lola Johnson visited friends and relatives at Russell from till Monday Mr Lee and wife last week =0 0= sorts of RETAIL there others handle but Jamestown hirchcon Many Dealers = havent Change if have chances buyer visiting picking wayto THE COMPANY Campbellsvill DWe a splendid Nothing like of 3uggies all kindsvof all PRICES one dissatisfied IT IS El U SADDLERy1 EETTbri9mesickness planted to congestion weekC evening our stsaw cloverV son Sundayi iLN AvDudgeon preached he Although through morning peaches all to California ty Hiram Columbia Monday of ifc neckfin of our to measured Strong our one he prospects Saturday our enjoyable rememIbered Columbia WORD ABOUT BUGGY sightlso This Special Notice Harness Saddlery customers adjoining APPROVAL will turn represented Although con affliction continue he be against JDVFoley Foleys Sunday lesdayV Dunbar dayV Jamestown Wednesday Thursday nightVVVV jtrCreeklbokip Farmers community of f BREEDING the yesterday one one be one Neighbor Hatcher Read counties Money BernardV5 Thursday fi afternoonV Lettie Gosser quite LONGSTREET a weather are business preparing inmuch better neighbor improving Bradleys attack weekMrs Bradley W Bradley of place severe attack better pre- Sent Bradshaw Columbia one RobI traveling one wjeeksfii better ermuchtlsuccess numbered vv XC f Eddie James of Saturday night Thompson Saturday night tendedAs munity JABEZI April everybody wondering be do resenting merchants Hardware Somerset Messrs Chesney Monticello dinner Wooldridge Springs Saturday Gadberry motherin =bargains NONE all satisfied W one If see v otar It LA WEED But little has been planted in this section Miss Rosa Bell and sister of e in Grady ville Wednesday and MrsLouis Moorewere visiting at J 0 Moores last Rev J WV Wilson preached at residence Scott Hill lastI Sunday A Sundayschool has recently beeji organized at Morris Chapel A Gowen J Oo Taylor and were their Mrs Ida Wilson of Grady ville Thursday night Nathan Moore ands n War Ten we fe in Columbia Our need some work on them at once I Many wife and two children of Keitner were ing Miss Mary Stapp FridayV The person who has been tak robe Moores milk and but ter fromhis spring house is re quested stop raid t Lee M6oneyham has Jbad two iCpws todIe recently UncIeJ 0 Moore hived two Brack Gain bj1ghta heifer of j Thomas Monday for 20t V 4 t itI J lJVV t t i rJ R Cairson foil Phil Casey county grocery man was on our merchants last week Ed Wooldridge his horse to Ray Oats Rankin for 175 Etha Poppjlewell visited her father and mother last week Mr Lilliard Miles representing Lexington DrMGoods Co was here last week GW Gadberry was at Tuesday n business JJJ GLENSFGtlfc jt Rev Thos Hadley Presiding Elder of the B ducted quarterly megu ig at this place April and 27 r Dr Samuel Tayl5r who has residedat this place last fall moved to his residence Pleasant Hill litlh last week Rev Farnk Turne delivered a Sunday school lecture alt Union church last j J V SundayI macfe the victim of accident a few days ago in getting end of the finger on his right hand cut off in the fertilizer feed apparatus ofa orn drill Willis Blair and BOiy Hadley were married at the M JE church this last Sudn yRevThos Hadley officiating Mr W P isl nfined to his room with dropsyLmis case is a serious one and hislCOVery- is not expectedL =OJ O VII0- I BARGAINS I IV I o JRNES1J Havent Capital to get and to get had Capital the Capital and we ha Our is always factories and them up This only get them 5 LYON f of goods within miles Harness of Saddlery of Horse TIESALL STYLES ALL No visited our store and y K V have Tobacco Mr Miss visit taken night of his past Mr Miss j t days W Bliss here for Tra write see covered of of trees ap Week been par head one at ladies of honor of are Mr Miss ent Kate of be to in as in tQc of to of Frank his head Wells are ti not visit visited There the the 100 Miss Curt team wife able and AL for of crops are than for health of hood hada heart trouble here week of send subscribers i Mr School of went index you cannot corn aarieL us writ fb Catalog and olthef information i corn 11were shopping Mr weekV the of with Superintendent family visiting daughter jbndayi roads Eemp visit ling tq his dllripglthe calling sold of Miss Mr U 26 since nev near the place INV the is the V L1IIL7RUSSELL SPRINGS I newseats TTT AIqUItebetter at this writing Misses lone Rounds and Martha U Murfy visited at the home of theV latter last w kVDr W B Armstrong has re turnedto his home in New Mex ico M ondrLvelace was S doingke buildilglas hereMondaysha says that shwill spend ie t week in Russell Springs f I Prof Roy li Rounds a teachIWaterviewjt Cumberlandrcwmr I own aY and Wednesday improving L Miss Mattae Woods left llast week for her home at Paint Lick Ky r VThe excS at the a tistchurch Sundajrheld bYithel o OFwas fine Commencement exercises of Thursdayevening day and closE FrIday renaI1successfuJ jear of this u t t tfIi f lonI IJ