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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJwrrw ThJ iP N 1fj iL yz r t I IAt Ji A c mSmmd etDj f c 2 f 1vTrcr VOLUME XII r COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENrUcl WEESDAY I APRIL 7 1909 t 7 NUMBER 22 pitelEIGHRORlNG ir v TTOWNS Camptiellstv Some ofHis Observations J PsPiRIT OFENTERPRISE ON EVERY HAND ii It was our pleasure last week to i v spend a day or so in each of our neigh I boring cities Campbellsville and V Greensburg and when the word pleas lire is used it but feebly reflects the feeling that is entertained by The News acquaintancesitime was when some little unpleasant 7 Ties between the towns ranked in the breasts of some but that time never i existed when we had an unkind feeling against either or against any of their enterprises and efforts to forge to the r front in any laudable undertaking and r we can truthfully say that the growth and development of both places is a j source of much pleasure to us p A day and a half in Campbellsville tA fritted away like a bird on the wing and when the hour of departure came not ready nor willing to go Within the last four or five years Campbellsville fViias enjoyed a most hearty growthone f that any town in the state should justlyI r lk feel proud With a new school build ing that is an ornament to the town under the control of the Baptists and he improving the Presbyterian school v building the best of faculties exist for i a 7 education We were informed that both schools had an ample number of stu dents and a corps of instructors justly iy the pride of all interested in education al advancement 1l W The Courthouse is being remoddled and will when completed be an at tit tractive building One of the most con i spicuous business buildings of the town is the brick block recently erected by Mr Jo Willock on the main business v street It is three full stories the first j occupied by The Buchanan Lyon Co the second for theatrical and skating rink purposes while the third is dedi c ted to to Masonry and is one of the most attractive halls in the State This building is a monument to Campbells vile to the enterprise of Mr Willock and a blessing and inspiration to the fraternal order that seeks to advance the moral and social virtues Campbellsville with its mills factories and commercial interests with an in creasipg populationdemonstrating taste I for beautiful architecture in the many new dwellings erected and being erect ed with its social genial and attract Five citizenship can well and truly look A forward to even better days With two newspapers to keep the desirable and attractive features before the- country and whose efforts to do so I should be highly appreciatedby all who ortii feelthe worth of advancement Camp bellsville will evidentially maintain her forward steps frA part of our time was pleasantly j J spent with friendstoo many to mention rlbut the handshakes and pleasantries our old friend Matthews the V guardian angel of The Sentinel and from t our new Mr Richardson made1usY try press are strong and genuine In recognition of the editor of The Enquir er whose compliment of The News man was possibly too broad in his last weeks issue we can only say we hope that your efforts ano bility will be duly appreciated in the home and city of your choice in lifes great work In Greensburgthe same cordial greet ing was in evidence though limited in acquaintance and cut short in time our V stay was a pleasant one Greensburg has not had a phenominal growth but ste improvments all the while and j enjoys a splendid trade with the adjoin ing country Presesd for time in the Sf adjustment of our business we only met afew who setmed closely allied with the people of this vicinity The bulling of the pike between Greens s burg and Columbia was the main theme I of Conversation and a determination on 7 their part to accomplish it was strong presented The enterprising merchants ofth tcity realize the great worth of a closer touch with Adair jsountj and h1arewiUing and anxious to do their part 4As usual we visiiE irthe printer and found the editor of The Record an his pltcepf business a gentleman of North t V ern birth but a man whose heart b ats his1f1I Ward has devoted His timE znd talent to the advancement of Greiengbiurg 5 through his paper The jGigenB burgf 4 Record and is still at his po o duty Mr Wood Lewis one tnelciding mer chants and a Imanjdentified with the best interests of iliis town and courity was enjoying a good trade We jdso met the ehterprisiiig merchaht W WI Mitchell iMosS who have a b utifui r A L ff if iV stock Of goods whose progressive meth ods are reaching out for more business Mr John Hobson the man who advertises enough paper every Spring to plaster the skies and whose stock of goods would indicate his ability to do it sends greeting to his many friends in this part of the county I bothGreens- burgandCampbellsville we found the business men hopeful of Better business conditions in the future and enjoying a good runof trade at present Expressions of sorrow of the sudden death of the late C H Murrell so well known in both places came from everyone we met in conversation and indi cated the high esteem in which he was held That the bonds of frendship the ties of social intercourse and the re lations in industrial advancement are steadily becoming closer and growing stronger between the three towns can not be denied In this the local press- s a factor and for which we are striv ing to accomplish To the citizens of both place The News extends good will and wishes and not yielding our love t for home and home industries finds much pleasure in your prosperity More About Sidewalks The Boardf Trustees of Columbia adopted the following resolutions at last nights meeting Whereas It is the opinion of this Board that cement sidewalks should be built out eahof the four principal streets to the town limits but this board does not think it necessary to have iame built on both sides from the old town limitsLIt is re property owners on each street will agree on which side df their respective streets such work should be located and the owners of the property on the op posite side of said streets from which walks are to be built will agree to con tribute to the building of the walk directly across the street from their property a sum equal ato twenty pe cent of the amount it would cost to build a walk in front of their respec tive properties said cost to be estimated at the rate of fourteen cent per square foot then such property own ers so contributing shall be exempt t from building a sidewalk for a period of five years It is further resolved that the Board at the regular May meeting will consider the recommendations so made and pass ordiances for the building of said sidewalks I A Very Enjoyable Occasion Last Friday was the thirtysecond birthday of Mr Verna Burbridge who lives with his mother Mrs Sarah Bur bridge in the Fairplay country His mother concluded to celebrate the oc casioTrby having a quilting a big din ner etc Thirty or forty ladies and about that many men were invited Sheriff W B Patteson and Wade Eu bank of this place being two of the numbers Mr Patteson reports that it was the finest dinper he ever enjoyed consisting of everything good and that there was an abundance for all present While the ladies were preparing the meal the men concluded that Mrs Bur bridge needed anew yard fence They went to work removed the old palings and ina snort time the dwelling was enclosed by a new slat fence It was a happy day for Mrs Burbridge and one that will long be remembered by all hose who were present Destructive Fire J Last Monday morning the dwelling house of Mr WT Dohoney who lives a few miles out of town was discover ed to be on fire The alarm was given but by the time assistance arrived the flames were in such a headway they could not be checked A large barn stood near the residence which soon caught and both the dwelling and its content with the exception of one bed and the barn were soon in ashes The loss estimated fct between four and five thousand dollars with 1000 insur ance 600 on the dwelling and 400 on the barn Mr Dohoney has the sympathy of all his friends and neighbors The origin of the fire is not known ADAIR CIRCUIT COU T F P Rice itPourtJNOtiAdair Circ e We F P Rice and 37 other qualified voters within the boundary proposed have this day filled a petition in the Adair Circuit court Clerks Office ask ing said court to establish tW town of jQane Valley according to the boundary set out in said petition andwe will on the 2nd day 6 the next May terni of said court moye sald court to establish said town and ppomtoffice therefor March2f 1O9 FP Rice andothers by ll v J 21it Ladies sailefor 26 nat S Pi- kiQ4t2Lt i 2ttf rhi 1LTh J3 j fi t Jt V P t LJL i The Meeting A great deal of interest is being man ifested in the evangelistic meeting now in progress at the Presbyterian Church Rev Hendricks tells the story of Jesus in its simplicity and is ail earnest and entertaining speaker Rev Carter has charge 01 the song service arid he sings with spirit and with the understanding There are about thirty voices in the choir and soul stirring music is render ed at every meetingJ Cottage prayer meetings are held daily in the afternoon on every street in Columbia and meetings are being held in the stores for business men The outlook is flattering for a great religi ous uprising every body taking an in terest The meeting will likely contin ue until the 15th of the month and in the meantime people living out of Wwn areinvited to come in and take part The seryices in the forenoon are from ten to eleven oclock and the evening services begin promptly at 730 oclock The preaching is very helpful the sing ing delightful and inspiring Since writing the above the meeting has so grown in interest that in order to accommodate the vast throngs the services have been removed to the courthouse where they will be continued all duringthis week excepting Saturday and perhaps longer Satur das is a day of rest Rev Hendricks sermon Sunday after noon to men only was highly appreci ated It abounded in truths forcibly presented At the conclusion nearly every man in the house indorsed his utterances by shaking his hand Sun day night the large court room was fill led to its utmost rapacity a strong help sermon being delivered Death of Maj L J Lowe On Saturday March 27th Maj L J jnTennesseeof 83 years The deceased was the father of Mr John D Lowe of this place who reached Cookvillein time to attend the funeral When quite a young man Maj Lowe was licensed to practice law following Ihe profession until the beginingof the war of the rebellion at which time he entered the Confederate army asa private but before liostilities ceased he was promoted to the rank of Major He was a gallant soldier and as a cevilian a fine did gentleman When the war closed he returned to Gains boro Tenn where he spent the greater portion tof his life and became a teacher anxlsq proficient was he in this line of vocation he was known throughout the countryas a great educator Many ye rsagp he confessed his Savior united with the Christian Church and was consistent until the end He was also zealousMas n and was buried with the usual formalities of the Fraternity The News is in sympathy with the surviving children his companion hav ing died two or three years ago State Board of Equalization- Th State Board of Equalization is now at work in Frankfort and it is raising the taxation in a great many counties Befow we give its action as to Adair and several neighboring coUn- ties Adair 6 per cent on lands which show a decrease of 78270 6 per cent on lots which show a decrease of2521 Casey county increased her list on both lands and lots but she was raised 5 per cent Lands in Cumberland county showed an increase but lots a decrease She was raised 5 per cent InGreen county the raise is only two per cent Russell county increased her list both as to lands and lots but she was raised 5 per cent v Tayloc county made an increase in lands and lots but 5 per cent was added The State is after more revenue Y Display of Artistic iUineryJ Last Wednesday at the invitation of one of the proprietors we visited the millinery establishment of Mesdames Hurt Eubank It was their opening day and many beautiful hats trimmed most artistically were on display Many ladies called during the day who were very perfuse in their compli mints on the selection and makeup of the hats and the taste displayed in ar rajigeing the ro Ilfcrt dispavMiy Ursula Koelsch of Cincinnati a OPD 1dy who has had lirge ecperieie gl the iniilineify business iS W itlior fe dames Hurt i Eubank Miss Bes- Rcwe is JHIeilad lI VJ j Jict Iklnv vr if it vi 7 j4i t l Ewing St Its Meets With An Acci dent The Lexington Herald writes as fol lows concerning an accident which be fell Mr Ewing Stiults of this place a few days ago While practicing at League Park yesterday afternoon young Stults the clever college pitcher secured some time ago by Manager Ganzel for the twirling staff of the Rochester team suffered a broken nose as a result of a peculiar accident Stultewas warming up with Pitchers Minahan Snyder and Johnson Mina han was knocking bunts to his three team mates One of these bunts which was more oh the order of a line drive came towards Stults He ran for the ball but slipped just as he neared it andit struck him on the nose breaking loose the cartilege He came to the city immediately for medical attention Although the injury caused him little pain at the time it was considerably swollen and it will be several days be fore he can take active exercise A letter from Mr Stults to his par ents here says he was not much hurt and is about well The following is a schedule of exhibition games in which Ewing will play this month 4SL each city he gives the hotel at which he will stop Apr 78 Louisville Louisville Hotel Apr 910 Dayton ORecord House Apr 11 Cincinnati Grand Hotel Apr 14 15 Fort WayneIndRand ll IlousejApr 20 Rochester N YO borne Resolutions of Respect Whereas our Heavenly Father has removed from the walks of men our highly esteemed brother and fellow laborer J S Stapp and whereas he sustained the closest relationship to the Russell Creek Baptist Academy in that he was one of its mos liberal financial contributors and also a most valuable member of the Board of Trus tees theref 01 e it be resolved 1 That we record with gratitude our appreciation of his wise and safe coun sel and also of his beneficent gifts which made it possible for us to erect our present elegant and commodious dormitory 2 That we seek to emulate his gene rosity by being true and loyal to the in stitution of learning which he so tenderly cheerished and fostered 3 That we bow with humbles bmis sion to Him who has removed our be loved brother to a higher realm of ex istence 04 That we place upbn record our heartfelt sympath for his grief stricken family in this theJr sad affliction and that a copy of these resolutions bev furnished them and 5 That the papers of Columbia and Campbellsville be requested to publish this preamble and these resolutions Done by order of the Board of Trus tees of the Russells Creek Baptist Academy ata called meeting March 31 1909 J L Atkinson Pres S E Kerr Secty Campbellsville Ky They Are Handsome The Misses Eubank did not have a formal opening at their millinery establishment butfrheir many new hatsr uptodate in every particular have at tracted many ladies to their place of business all of whom speak in gloring terms of the handsome stock now ready for the purchaser These ladies embarked in this businesshseveral seasons ago and their elegant taste has built for them a fine trade They are assist ed this season by Miss Ernestine Kos serwho is thoroughly up on every feature of the business iWill Probated The will of the lateJ S Stapp was- probatedjp the Adair County Court last Monday The decedent gives his wife eight thousand dollars ancTthe reI mainder of his estate to his children after all debts have been paid Mr James garnet was named as Executor of the will but he is undecided as to whether will take jip the duties Preaching Next Sunday T F Turner Red Lick W Hi C Sandidge Ebinezeri F J Bargt Glenville j ZT Williams Columbia Jk M JPiiirce UnionChapels i JRGrider Cdar E O1flt- edJ g rd N Watheit Sociei Hill i f1ll1Y Wilson PinlrRidge IABKAsey Columbia fl a4t Ji nfl Gradyvi1e1 t l1M ju i Cari1 iwiLtis1Jlt2yn Ji biiZW 1 Cve Providen e v fi7i b t l rl18iiri JiJ f ji t itff E t j CT tJ c 1 I Red Bird Jr Owned by A K Rupe near Breeding is one of the mostprom ising jfcung stallions in this section of the country He is almost a moddle inform and goes all the gaits He is only threeyears old but will be heard from when he has had time to prove the worth of his breeding He was sired by Old Red Bird he by Jo Brown and he by Cabells Lexington Red Bird Jrs dam also is a descendant of Lexington Mr Rupe has another horse and Jack which the people of his sections well know and appreciate 22lt A member of the nine promised to furnish the News last week with a report of the baseball game played hereon Saturday between the Lindsey Wil son team and a nine from the Buchanan Institute Campbellsville but he failed to do so The boys played in the rain and were forced to quit before the ninth inning was reached It is our information when the game closed either on the fifth or sixth inning the score stood 13 to nothing in favor of theLind seyWilson The Rochester New York nine Ew ing Stults of this place pitcher is doing some fine playing at Lexington where they will practice until about the 15th of this month Last week they met the Transylvania boys badly de feating them the score standing 21 to 5 The Lexington Herald speaks in gloring terms of young Stults claiming that he will soon be known throughout the country as a great pitcher Wggenera popular and relia jTom farmer has accepted a posi the Northern Egg and Poul try Co located in Columbia Tom wants his friends throughout the coun ty to bring him their eggs poultry etc He promises fair dealing and the high est market price 22lt Chicken thieves are in the landand we understand several hen houses in the vicinity of town have be n visited A chicken thief could be easily cauglit if proper precautions were taken A man who will steal a fowl would steal a horse all that is lacking is the oppor tunity The J R Watkins Remedy Com pany is represented by J B Grant in Adair county who solicits your tradeif in need of pure extracts spices stock and poultry food and several valuable liniments salve etc They guarantee every thing they sell 22lm Mr Lee Grissom has accepted a po sition with Coffey Patteson as sales marii1 is a popular gentl man and has spent several years in the mercah tile business He inVites his fiends to callr V Columbia Chapter No 7R A Mv will meet next Friday night All Corn I anions are requested to be present as it will be an important meeting T A Murrell H P V If you want extracts and spices that arepure and will give entire satisfact ion get them from J B Grant who represents The J R Watkins Remedy Co 22lm Mr Frank Jackman who has been living at Cane Valley for the past year has rented the Wesley property in the Tutt addition and will remove with his family to Columbia in a short time rMiss Minnie Johnson sold her farm last weelcthe property known as the Johnson land lying on Pettisfork to Mr S E Yates ofJeffersonvilleJqd1II for three thousand Mrs William Winfrey mother of Prof M O Winfrey got badly burned at her home near Dunnville a few days ago It is said she can not recover DrinkS Dope Cola and Grape Orig an tors not imitators Try a bottle and be convinced Bottled by Ottley Hobson Campbellsville Ky The enterprising citizens of Dirigo this county have been fighting for a daily mail for some time and last week their efforts were rewarded J W Blades who lives in Metcalfe county just ov the Adair line lost hirresidence and contents by fire last Monday nightr Eld F J Barger tand wife are now residents of Columbia and are occupy ing their new home on Bbmar Heights Born tothe wife ofddr W T Do honey a fewdays ago a i2po I1dson Mother and baby doing well t yMJw D =was kickiM in thevside him up for a Y1GCIC t rjB6rn to the v f Miller Stot- tzfewda37sagoaon r if 4i r t 11tr J BROKEEVEN The L W T S Team Defeats BC I But Loses St Marys The Lindsey Wilson Base Ball Team returned Saturday night from their two days trip having defeated the B C I at Campbellsville in fine style but lost St Marys at Lebanon in a hard fought contest The following is the score FIRST GAME RHE- LWTS Ijl 16 5- BCI 9 10 8 1 SECOND GAME RHE- LWTS t 6 12 S St Marys 9 8 6 Notice Every one who agreed to jointhe farmers club as presented last fall are requested to meet in the News Office next Saturday at one oclock for the purpose of furthering the interest of the organization Remember that this r meeting is important and while only a few joined it is therefore necessary that everymember should be present Dont fail to attend the meeting This is the initiatory step and we hope to accomplish much good in the farming interest in this county C S Harris Our Gradyville correspondent was in the Louisville market last week hence it was for him to send in a letter this weekHe states over the phone that the people of the community are generally well excepting Mrs W W Yates who is quite Sick He also reports that John Franklins dwelling and ali3 contents were consumed by fire last Saturday night and that the smallpox scare is about over all the patients being much better Reveries of a Bachelor was given by a number of young ladies in the Lind sey Wilson Chapel last Saturday evening The play was gotten up by Mrs P D Neilson and it was a most enjoy able affair The chapel was well filled as is usualjy the case when an enter tainment isgiven by the college girls Miss Lucile Shannon reader recited in a verry happy manner and Miss Esther Nell furnished the music rendering severalselections admirably Miss Lillian Van Arsdale of Spring field who is a sister of Mrs HughNoe this place and who visited here recent ly making many friends among the young people was married at her home last week to Mr Earl Brackney who is prominnent young miller of Colum bus Ohid Immediately after the cere mony the couple left for the home of the groom There was a very fair crowd in town Monday cocmty court and the business f town was about up to an average public dayTe Republican candidates for office were all here and they were busy throughout the day meeting their friends The candidates only have sev enteen days in which to canvass the primary coming on the 24th of this month S C Buff Orpingtons 12 pure bred cockerels beautiful shape aridplumage at 200 each Eggs from prize winning stock cook strain at panic prices 100 for 15 RTBaker 20tf Amandaville ICy Mr T R Stults County Court Clerk has issued the following marriage li censes in the last few days S H Wheat and Eva McEntire Wiri Hmfilton and Cora Coomer Tom M Samueli and Lillia Qadberry Montpelier Mill Company gjrinds and crushes corn every day Exchange flour for wheat Flour and ship stuff for sale Pay 125 for goodwheat 20tf Montpelier Ky I have plenty of fertilizer for corn and tobaccoranging in price from 100 to 160 per hundred If you need any call and see me near the Columbia Rol ler Mill Soloman McKinley 203t The J R Watkins Remedies rep resented by J B Grant in this county can also be purchased fromRobv ertIudson or J H Pelly Columbia 1 22lm 4 v Weare receiving private bids on our store stand but have made no positive isale Any one wanting a good sUnd has an e ual showing r J 1 Lester Sons4Kendll Ky i 41 Brn to tbfJohn NiSatthday April 3i daughter Moti i Q ii l and infant getting along nicely rf 1 VI i Dr S D Crnshaw wbohub it t sick for twothpnthss now able tdat t t tend to busineae tl P 14in Last Frid was Anlor Day and tbe t f Colliboyi ob rved it by p1antin man trees 1 J IfI jt L t ti5D 45 It J i THE APA1R GCJUNTY NEWS r tmN 0UN ceMeNTS I nJ FOR STATE SENATE Ja We are authorized to announce that Hon L T Neat is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 16th Senatorial district subject to the action of a Dis trict Convention to be held at James town Monday April 26 County mass conventions Saturday April 24th rFOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce that Mr J C Carter of Monroe county is r7 a candidate for the office of Circuit f Court Judge in this the 29th district fI subject to the action of the Republican 1 party r We are authorized to announce Geo tM Miller of Monroe county a candi date for Circuit Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to annouce A A Huddleston of Cumberland county a candidate for renomination to the of fice of Commonwealths Attorney in this the 29th district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce H S Vanzant of Metcalf county a candi date for Commonwealths Attorney in the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce that W T Price is a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Fred Mc Lean a candidate for the office of clerk of the Adair circuit court sub jest to the action of the Republican party FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce N H I Moss of the Gradyyille country a candidate for the office of County Judge of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are aushorized to announce Hon M Rey Yarberry a candidate for Coun ty Attorney of Adair subject to the action of a Republican primary to be held Saturday April 24th We are authorized to announce G P Smythe a candidate for reelection to the office of County Attorney subject- S to the action of the Republican party FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We are authorized to announce that Mrs Georgia R Shelton is a candidate for reelection to the office of County School Superintendent subject to the J action of the Repuplican party We are authorized to announce that Miss Pearl Hindman is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Adair to the action of the Republican party FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce that Geo T Flowers Jr is a candidate for Sheriff of Adair County subject to the action of the Republican party l FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce T C Davidson a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce that W J Bottom of the Knifley section is a candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair County subject to the actionI of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J M Wolford a candidate for Assessor of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party 1 We are authorized to announce John W Burton a candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair county subject to the t f t Republican primary to be held April 24 1909 i Joe Scholion Consumption l The latest treatment for tu i bercolisis tks most encouraging and gratifyinfe to those who have l t the white plagu s Those who J have it should not lo ea moment r tt or delay but put themselves uh- iderL the care of a competent i vphysician or a well equipped J Sanitarium See your Physician 1ft anctlask him to give you full in- structionsJtjti about how tQ treat r O t r tube colisis at home Dr IL L o r t JT lorjs advertisement in tne News ew days osays he i P liiWilhng and 81 ways ir yi 4 l 1J hoiljItlons andT me j S L b5t k you that T believe him to be ful ly competent To those who have tubercolisis or even a sus f picion should be examined byla competent Physician also have the sputa spit and other ex cretions examined by a Microbist as the tuberculor basillus can be seen with microbescopes long be fore any of secondary symptoms or coiigh etcappear and it is in the incipient stage that the cure is almost sure if treatment is begun in time Please let me urge the laity the family and the family Physician to quit ellI ing a patient that he has a trouble bronchial trouble a stomach or liver cough or ton silitis etc unless you are sure he has them and unless you know he has not got consumption Such talk to a patient only causes him to loose valuable time or life saving time for if the doctor after examining a case should be able to tell the patient he has orhasnotgot cpnsumption If he has consumption tell him so and call it by the amilier name consumption and dont call it any other name for if you do the patient his family and friends will say that doctor so and so said it was so and so and it was not consumption and you see he would lose time and the most valuable time of his or her life doctoring for something else The doctor of today can say to his patient that if all consumptives will begin in time and with the uptodate treatment of to day he can assure the patient that they have as much chance to recover or get well of consumption as of typhoid pneumonia etc If you have consumption just call it that for it is not a crime Dont use patent cough syrups and nostriums of any kind but put yourself under a competent Physician or trained nurse Do this with the understanding that you will diligently and faithfully obey orders not for a week or month but for months or until you get back to health which you are most sure to do if you will begin in time Be sure to do just what your doctor or nurse directs you to do understanding you are working or fighting for life This article I hope will be published arid that every reader o f the News will read and study and tell their neighbors about it However the article coming from the source it does may not have the for e and effect that it should but please show it torl your family Doctor or the Secretary of the State Board of Health and see what they think about it before you try my plans or before you throw it in the waste basket Now I will not punish you of harrpw your feelings longer about the cause heredity symp toms contageousness etc but let me insist that s t or e h o use s churches pnblic buildings of all kinds and all private buildings should have plenty of spit boxes with operas water or lime water or other germocidis in them and should b e scruptou sly burned every day Ifa consumptive should happen to spit on your floor you should take as much pains in cleaning itup and fcurn irig it as you would to kill a cop perhead snake or a mad dog Hoe to hear fr9 mtDrl fe Taylor in regard tp the white plague Ik hbpe tpte mie abo t1tsooni il 1 Gl lw i f i r y it it Ik t t c 1JI Hungry Hearts i Mrs Frank Frost editor of the Vandalia Moi Leader is the author of the following gem I How many hungry hearts gerling of praise or recognition for a sacrifice made in his behalf Love maybe there in his heart for her love deep and adiding and should death claim her the fountains of his heart would be broken up and he would realize what he had lost and cover her grave with roses which had they been presented a single one at a time with a tithe of the ten derness he now shows her path way would have been far bright er and life a ray of sunshine not that her burdens were diminish ed but by a knowledge indisput able that her efforts were ap preciated A hungry heart which is destined never to be fed is onof the saddest spectacle ever witnessed in this world of ours It you have a word of praise to bestow on you wifeif it is due bestow it do not wait un til she is dead and be forced through blinding tears to tell your heart in its throbbing that you have lived a dual life by stifl ing thoughts and keeping back words that would have brought a flush of pleasure to her cheeks old as she is and set her heart to dancing with pleasure only known to those who have had their hungry hearts fed by praise and recommendation A Night Rider Raid A night rider raid constitutes a roit according to the dictum handed down by the Court of Appeals and no insurance can be collected on property destroy ed by organized bands of night riders in Kentucky The decision is an important one dealing vi tally with the interests of insur ance companies and tobacco growers and means in effect that the owners of the tobacco stemmeries at Princeton and other places in the State which were destroyed with their con- tents by the torch of the night rider cannot recover on their clausejiStThe court says t the night tpgetherIthe town of Princeton ncertainly was a riot within the meaning of the general acceptance of the term and that insurance policies doInot cover the destruction of propr erty atthe hands of night riders barn burners lor Notes fort e farmer An old horse can stand neg lect better than the colt Liming the soil which is sour Iwilthelp ICare is the best kind of a pre J ventive medicine Select the YJlniSys fr6ni the most p e q Id ones Watchthe feetcOfV the colts S eth tth hqdf 4e kept even v The hprselias a sweet toSth Try him on aliittle molasses Itt is good for hini Oats are good for laying hfenii Db lot be afrrd they ilLeaft an j Shee ai aiper3ist ntf 2t iic1t- y iu r i 1ty ijT l r z of improvement to the land on the farms where they are kept Dont jeopardize an extensive crop by using inferior or cheap seed Get the best and be sure they are the best by testing Proper shoeing of the horses in the winter means much to their comfort as well as to the sound condition of their hoofs The single feed of hay for ai horse if sold off the farm says an expert takes more away from the farm than a ton of butter Intensive rather than exten sive farming should be the watchword of every farmer The breeder for early pigs must plan for their proper pro tection if he would have them do well tf you did not have a garden last year begin to plan for one this year and if you had one last year plan for a better one this year Go slow with trying the new varieties in the grain or vegeta blaline Test in small plots first and make sure that you have what you want The five of eight quarts of milk a day cow will never return the farmer an adequate profit unless the percentage of butter fat is high One successful hogman has gotten away from the idea that hogs like filth and must have it to prosper He sweeps out his pens every day If the barnyard is not drained the puddles of water which I collect becomes frozen over and are dangerous for the stock Look J out for them Thin the fruit on the trees which set too much next spring and you will be both pleased and surprised to see how much bet ter quality fruit you will get Look at your neighbors faults with a telescope and at your own with a magnifying glass dispositionon to gossip and to quarrel Rheumatism is often caused in the legs of horses by putting them up at night without removing the icepack from their shoes or from their legs Get the ice off and rub the legs dry Better concentrate your efforts on a smaller acreage of land an l get from the land all it can give you than to spread out your en ergies over a big acreage and get only an average yield Ulcers on the horse or simple abcesses caused by bad fitting collars or saddles a blow from the butt of the whip or other causes if not promptly and properly treated may develop in to fistulas x Medium red clover Will yield in seed all the way from half al bushel to seven bushels peraceI the average probably some what undertwo The largest yield mentiohed is ppssibly only under the most favorable con ditions of growth and maturity and where the production of the seed is made a primary and not a secondary consideration t Personally I am iiever never g ingoing to say ythlrliMdlo respectful of roliiiig stpnei Out wftere 1 live there is a highibanki and every day the nice big sioriesroll OwniIlt9lI1tiirdL Then my gardener tafees i eni and u I r It t9 1 a llQll boos It GetOtirpric loDrstOk biH jr f i l t CJ9003E f tf IT Newly furnished f Conveniently located a a If A firstclass Restaurant in connection m a 1 Neat Glean Rooms a a TheUudson House a I Rates 100 Per Day I furnishJi as I am also prepared to I Linej l IYourBusiness Solicited I ROB HUDSON Columbia Ky 1 In Next door below Citizens Bank on Camp ellsvillepike a OCJOCJaE3aE3at3aOHOHO 308E3E3E38C10E39E38E38E39 rJo ji fio S N iJiG E SBt1 IEtTt1Cf5Y Ht l fias Erpough Pioniei W1 e renee Iff fc to fence in Green and Adair counties itl The Stay wires on this fence are so ff attached that they cant slip on thei fLine Wires The Harder You the Tighter it Gets t t I I J V v 1 EflOUGf1 t l iPoaltpy getting i- r J I vitlto fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two counties anddon t forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper aid v J vertised in recent issues of The News J G 6 tBargainsl Bargains I J 1 I Have a Large Stock of General MerchandiseIand am offering Bargains to IIhandle every thing that is kept in a General Store such as ClOthIshoee etc etc r I make a specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods and have Q now a large stock on exhibition 0 irHtj Mrs Ermine Wilson t Russell Springs Ky4 L 1 i f I w f FRANK CORCORAN lJt BighCrade Wttil i 7 Marble v Cemetery work r alhknd Gramte tv 1 SeeUSIefore i4 i 11yoi IlOyA I Trade from Adair and adjoin ng counties i so ICI t efMain Street Lebanon Ky i f l 1i IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLAGE See my Stock of i GENERAL MERCHANDISE i 1 r Pfodt1ea 1Ma ntect I f Vw i jrr W L iO NS f i 11IJI1lHI9JKIBLB KENTUCKY Ip J iMIt 1 j ff A 1 f 1 t jc t Jj Xcji 7 ir L i i y 1 pv c t s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS v i l Il Il s7K 7l I71 Ii7J f A7K 7T K7K7f 7 HUBBUCH t BROS m fE 524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET I Ir l LOUISVILLES 7JS h 7 7i rc CARPET AND RUG STORE E rlP H r viyOffersv vis- N The public a selection so broad and varied that every tasteEv andevery7 pUrse can be thoroughly satIsfied Our bUYIng 71 VL power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu iv- xr facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the xi- sfc biggest d most prominent store WE get the best and K K choicest always x A IE Visitors Alwavs Welcome Correspondence Solicited N lWffpJg jfflI9 ifIIl fIlf AI7IZ7iZI VWVVtVVWIIV TV1I j fl iS j fI 7i II Ii Fifth Avenue HotelIi 1PIKE CAMPBELL MGRv7Is 7 iiRefurnished Redecorated andefi modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu tt 71 lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale J 1 w and Retail Districts Churches and v i 7i TheatersIFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE I1 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS I v Louisville Xl = XIS Kentucky iK vx- xis 7R Nki iJ M N ls1 iK V V l tk W W K kf wl l 1 I7i xi 7iZ 7i 7ix 7K v7g xtc 11xis ro xi xis isxi xi xix xis xi xi xi xi xi fit t 4 tKIMBLE HOTEL tJ W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR 0 4 100 PER DAY 4wwwww i4 GOOD BEDS 9 SAMPLE ROOM FREE 4 4 4 LIVERY AND FEED STABLE 1If COI4JNECTION 4 W t 4 RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY z I r11Companv LOUISVILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables ofIIevery kind and description and the transaction of a general trust ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill very psi tionof trust that can be held by an individual imparI It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and iSfair tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its greatIfinancial strength 9L fl I9O9 I THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY I II REAp nnt YOUR FREE 1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS JL The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909Full and Complete Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3500 f Printed in colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages 23x86 inches The Chart alone is worth 150 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare onethe only picture of its kind in existence f There are nine other of great value among them a map of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone alscuuap of the The Atlas shows portraits of alt the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags r A over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year 1009A Historical and Political Directory of Kentucky giving PlesidenUal Vote Area d U SSenatrs ti es Speakers of Ken a4ititru HOltS Ciylkressional dlC1 and Railroad Commissioners Dem II IJFOM IiJ I It SPECIAL PRICE mqeiEurUi1Jg I YearI ocratic and Republican Stable Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Papama Canal GreatIakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and lionof States and Coun tries The Original StatesandthoseadmiUed The l st K Governor Wall SubSCribefSix Months at 200 by MaiL This price only for thos who cannot The Evening Post delivered AgentSend and full description of gettheTHE EVENING POST Louisville Ky OK THE wALL ATLAS AND THE EVENING Slf AND GEtr n- mTOII Augustus E Will SIR I WITH THIS PAPER JitGUi tfPa ant Wldair Ootiirty Hets lyr35- 0jii L i ri = 1 Ji i I Short Stops f 1 Many amahs failure can be traced to his wifes desire for success Get your muck rake downt The frost is almost out of the ground Every than who takes your measure does not make you a suit of clothes An old maid never has to sit up to let in a man who cant find the keyhole Not every man can get to congress by wearing a high hat and a Prince Albert coat When I get rich enough J am going to choke the alarm out of every clock in my house It is better to be a man of one idea than to be a man with a lot of them that wont work Sometimes a little thing can spend a lot of money Most songs must be guiltythey- are so severely punished A howling success is not a good thing to call a home talent concert It is surprising how bad a good cigar can taste when a man is feeling that way The sweetest aeblian harp wouldnt sound like music if it were used to get a man up in the morning I wonder sometimes if the writers who tell us to be joyful preachIBefore I get to St Peter II would like to know what kind a janitor he has in the golden house An old maid who keepsa pac rot that can swear demands to know why she should have a man around There is always plenty of trou ble to talk about just as thereis enough joy if you care to con verse of that The fellow of whom everybodyI speaks well never gets very far this world Its the fighter who wins Better begin standing in with the janitor Maybe he will let YOU dig some fish worms in the back lot Technically s p e a ki n g it wouldnt be half as much fun to be rolling in a clover bed It always makes a man feel like yelling when he sees another man smoking the band pn his cigar Why j One of the funniest things about a girl is how sweet she can looK in the evening and how uncanny in the morning r Be happy youhave only a cent says one scribbler Sure Andjbe five times as happy if you have five cents A man who can rock the cradle with one hand and botton his wifes waist with the other is a great matrimonial successI The stuff in a man is always shown when the last boat comes up to the sinking ship aud a fat lady is first on the ladder I The man who has confidence in a scheme and loses itis still better off than theman who hd ills money in it and lost that reasImucha round at that Putting your fost ifbot forward is not as Important as putting Both of them in the path thai every honest man should tread x Calves are begihnin to take f i fliss 3St JL fJ J H on a scared look The coming of spring and the picnic season warns them that they soon may be served as potted chicken l Bradley The Pie Distributor Whatever may be said of1 W 0 Bradley the Republican Sen ator from Kentucky he has the remarkable ability of always landing on his feet Fighting against the nomination of Taft with the earnestness and bitterness which characterizes the man the news comes from Washington that he of all Republicans from the State is personagrata with the President and that no appointment of importance in the state will be made which do not bear 0 K of the Senator and this too over the men who lead the fight for Taft in Kentucky Further report is that Senator Bradley has already marked many of these men holding good position for slaughter There will now be a great exodus from the antiBradley crowd to fawn and flatter at the feet of Bradley for favor and endorsement If the dispatches are to be believed that come from Washington Bradley is the whole push when it omes to patronage and if so he will push the plank from un der many a fellow who has been enjoying a soft job under the former administration ETown NewsS The Conviction of the Coopers The conviction of Duncan and Robin Cooper for the murder of E W Carmack at Nashville was no surprise to the unpredjudiced public who had carefully read the testimony There was absolutely no proof of self defense except the statements of the men under indictment for the crime While the proof of premeditated assassination was as strong as could be offered First there was the threatening note from Duncan Cooper that he would kill Carmack if he wrote anything more about him in his paper the proof thathe was shot from behind the proof that the Coopers went across the street to m e e t Carmack after the threatening note had been sent when they could have avoided meeting hm and the testimony of Mrs Eastman who witnessed thekilling Now we have got the drop on you These four facts were sufficient to convict before any jury The question- as to which side either were on in regard to the prohibition question or their political differences did not and had no right to enfer in the case What Car1 paPerabutjDuncan matter of proof had no influence with the jury It was not even sufficient to justfy the sending the threateningnote TIfuverI diet was a compromise those juryman who wanted a life sen tence or the death penalty preferring to yield the point rather than have a mistrial The act quittal of Sharjwas eminently right under the proof as it was shown 4ie was not connected r1mackdidliot help the Coopers case as th fey both made themselves Absurd before her countryE Town NewSi Though a man fail hiere is cOmfort in the thouht that liisr ambitions haveid at lestjeicl him into gpod coniTjiiiiy t V t l j iW c 4tdg1ifid t k 0 r Jt P V j 2 i tirr l i J Bad Roads Responsible for IHiter I v cyvV r 7f + v In the mountain counties of Kentucky it is sa common experi enc to findold men who have lived all their unventful lives without having caught a glimpse of a locomotive Is it anywonder affairsIKentucky classed as fortysecond in illiteracy when the whiteV population alone is considered This is very largely the result of the bad roads of the State which make schoolgoing inthe sparse ly settled districts practically impossible Where good roads exist as in the Bluegrass coun ties the illiteracy problem is practically eliminated Culture and refinement follow as the social bert of the community is encouraged The coming to gether of the youths of the mountains in long terms for study will follow immediately with the building of good roads and no other condition will make this possible It is idle to talk about doing away with the prevailing condition of things until we have gotten at the real difficulty which is the source of it all Fill the school houses for eight or nine months in the years with the re ceptive mountain boys and girls and keep repeating this operation for a few years and the charac teristics for which we criticise their elders will soon disappear IID o Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of PrincevilleIll but youll die from gangrene which had eaten a way eight toes if you dont said all doctors Insteadhe used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly curedIts cures of Eczema Fever sores Boils Burns atPaFarm and Stock Potato and turnip paringsj boiled and mixed with the orIing feed are excellent for laying hens A tablespoonful of cornmeal may be fed to breeding ewes if they are in rather thin flesh but be careful with corn as it is too heatingS Do not shear your sheep too early If the season of 09 is anything like last year late and cold a hint in time may not come amiss Every dollar added t o ther average income from the dairy cow in the United States adds over 2XOOO000 to the nations production of NealthiTo make the greatestprofit the farmer must get the maximum yield of milk from his cows this can only be done by liberal and intelligent feeding Last year over 23000000 bushels of rice wereraised with a value of 18000000 29 per cent above the fiveyear average and its value 23 per cent above The ordinary corn or wheat cockle is described by the Department of Agriculture as a bad poison fatal cases having re suited from eating fur containing a very i4iproportion of cockle j SThe 1900 Census gave the total j madejin000 pounds In 1904 the figures had increased to 53i48000 and itis scimated that the 1910 fig ur s will reach fidly 725000000 tnnundsDroa vh whet mid idlings or biicfcw6e yshorts in A JSLLi f i II1k i 4iboxIt p lick ittdry Better so than to put i1in the milk Later you may give now and then some wheat bran which has muscle making material in it Green cut bone or green bone pounded up with ax or hammer is one of the best winter feeds for hens It contains both meat and mineral matter for the for mation of eg sAn ounce or two for each hen three or four times a week is bput the right tamount ASPLEND1DOFFER r You can get The Louisville Times regular price 500 a year and The Adair County News both one year for 350 The Louisville Times is the best afternoon paper printed a n y where Has the best corps of correspondents v Covers the Kentucky field per fectly r Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest mar ket reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybodySSend your subscription right away to this papernot to the J Louisville Times This special low offer may be withdrawn at anytime so get in now This rate is good only for mail sub scriptions and we cannot accept orders for the Louisville Times where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes papers by the month ITwo papers for less than tlte priceof one When a man buys a hat his wife doesent like she merely smiles sarcastically and holds her tongue When a woman buys al hat her husband doesnt like he fusses about it every time she wears it if it lasts three years Up Before the Bar N H Brown an attorney ofPitts field Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicne we wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at Paull Drug Co Parties at which the guests answer the question Why I got married 1 are much in vogue It is always so interesting to hear the married people try tat find some excuse An Indigestion Remedy Fr otherwkhealthydyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken very ser iously theyUkoftcinthearidirregularIndigestiongoadvlcetosuggest CaldwellsSyruI Thatisdid and he is well today Others who did the same and are cured are Ida A Fortune of Grand Junction Tenn B Fl actuallyYou can obtain a 50eent or 51 bottle of the druggist and taken according to dl ouneedItarid besides the laxative effect containsexceptional tonic properties which tone the stomacb and is whatfsespecially needed in lrfdlgestionSAll sugerers from indlgefitfo who have Pepsinctnthfr doctor It will be sent direct to your j ethousandsIsfaction Dr Caldvvells Syrup Pepsin Is the very remedy they needed to cure IizS tremtablets salfsi etc away x If there is anything about tyour ailment that you dotf tunderstand or if you wn any medical advice write r to the doctor and he will answer you fully W44rf1s no charge for this eryjctf IThejaddreis te Dn WJ3 r W Caldw t tMenUetllo 111 f4fv V 1 r Jjr 1r t 12 d k r t Fd4 9 I I r iA r IIIt 4 LTHE ADAIR COUNTY NBWS J i4i 1 iirta hi iYg nt ltw Pu ItsdEv r ttfednesday y BY THEioo l iIri ounNews1 Company i INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests 9t the citn ofColumbIa and the people of Adair raM adjacent nties Vntered at the Columbia Foatoffice as second cl3c mail matter l WED APRIL 7 1909 Next Friday will be last day for the Republican candidates to put up their pro rata part of the expense money for the county Y7PApril 24th Those who fail t s put up either before or on tha day will be out of the contest F P Combest Chairman of the Republican Committee for the 29th Judicial district has called a meeting of the Commit tee to be held in Columbia Thursday April 15 to name the time and manner of nominating a candidate for Circuit Judg and for Commonwealths Attor ney All theJJ ommittee isre quested to be present 4 i The News andLRecord at Mid dlesboro have consolidated the News having been purchased by r the Cnnningham Co The Cun nin han Bros have been in the printing business for many t years and they are fine newspa per men The NewsRecord which reached us this week was a manYadsfartistically set and the reading matter was newsy and well writ- teny t A convention of Republicans held at Lebanon last week nominated Hon John W Lewis of Springfield for Circuit Judge i A the 13th district comprising the counties of Green Taylor Marion and Washington Mr j H Graham of Greensburg was Ariominated for Commonwealths N Attorney Both gentlemen were Y present and made speeches ac cepting The Democratic candi thYe r f present incumbent I JL Thur f man of Washington county and the Democratic candidate for States Attorney is C S Hill of NovYI ember election the district gave a Democratic majority of about r700 Mr G P Smythe and Mr M fUey Yarberry candidates foc the Republican nomination for County Attorney subject to the action of the primary to beheld on Saturday April 24th sito a good sized audience at the courthouse Monday afternoon Mr Smythe spoke rst reciting his record as County Attorney for tHe past three years asking ian endorsement at the hands of i his party He was followed jby Mr Yarberry who is making the fight on his qualifications as he stated and his Ability tQ cope stumphposition Both gentlemen ha 4friends in tlie audience ho cheered theniit S the conclusi of heir speeches f J rJo The Republican t Voters oKid air t County r y t Ihereby certify a T r EBce of Columbia Adair coun1 tY KY has been exmitieQuA i 1ii1jWSU toiT fx1 r7 r Ider my supervision touching his qiiallifipations for the discharge M then duties of Circuit Court J3erkand I find that he is qualified for said office H CBakerv Judge M Adair Cirguit Court This March 29th 1909 Columbia Ky Mch 2909 We the undersigned Attorneys at tile Columbia Bar certify tha we are well acquainted with Mr W T Price who is a for the office of Circuit Cour- Clerk v of Adair County and we know him to be a man well qual ified for the office that he i sober honest and in every way well fitted for the position he seeks W W Jones Juniiis Hancock H C Baker F R Winfrey oJ R Hi dman7 H T Baker Jas Garnett L C Winfrey Gordon Montgomery j j F Montgomery V R Hurt x The question of my qualifica tions having been raised by Mr McLean my opponent I take toIoueCircuit Judge as required b law which speaks for itself I also ask your attention to th statement of the members of the Columbia r on the same subject As to my party record will say that 1 began to vote the Republi canj ticket at the age of twenty one years and have continued to do so until this good year and will be glad to have you compare opI Thanking you in advance fo your cordial support and assur ing you that the same will be appreciated I am x V Very truly yours W T Price l tC nt3 Wheatis i okfgPtJIriiJi 1 m this section IMr Joel Darnell who has been quite sick for several days is thought to be better atthis writ ing Mrs Mary Gadberry who has been confined to her room for several weeks is out again Mrs W I Johnson of this place and Miss Mary Caldwell bf Portland were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Allen one day last week Mr Z L Bennett and family were the guests of Mr G G Morrison and family last Sunday visiterd Mrs G G Bird one day last week Mr John Will Morrison who hisanklebrokee a mouth ago is able to be loveragaIn Mr and Mrs Robert Johnson were visiting Mr Silas Den y last Sunday V Mr Jasper Gadberry andwif visited the latterstsister last Sun i day Several from this glace atten ed the singing at Pierces chapel conducet TurnerdMr Dallas Mbmsoh was visit fonW days ago f Mrs Zara Stptts and chh die iXf Bliss visited relatives at tlis place last week w n Mrs Tannie Johnson visited iat Mr Jsuiies Frankuniida y list was i 1 1i jfr llr 9 J I r r1 JfisttPl a t if 1 jiJamestown KQlY 519ForTh A air dunty News =r a As the time draws near foFftiej Selection of a Republican candi date for the State Senate it be hooves the members of the party to look with care over the field in order to select the ablest and thisthas never been an stick whenefortward as her candidate a man so splendidly equipped for the po byscultivation as Lilburn Phelps it does seem that the indorsement given him by his home county ought to be considered mostcare fully by those having the good name of the district and the in terest of the Commonwealth at heart Too often does it happen that members of our State Legislatures display more interest in manipulating conventions and passI the resources of the state But- S irmanythere the peer intellectually of voteeintelligently but also able to initiate measures for the betterment s of the State proj the Law Department of the Uni versity of Louisville and has quite an extensive general prac tice He has been twice electe Russellj thrthe present County Atty and in- j his second race the Hon J Bryan Stone now of Monticello Ky Last fall the Republican of lithI Congressional district made him their candidate for elector but owing to a severe attack of fever I wasunable to canvass the distract as he had planned doing WT Sharp zif f hatchery Jt f j rfarmjjcorn ground and will plant ear lier than usual if the weathef will permitv Several Jed their gardens IA very successful term of the MeadowCreek school closed Fri J day under the managment of R H Turner assisted by Miss Frances Griffin The enrollment eragelattendancewas sanguine expectations There was much Interest and it is pre dieted that another firstclass school will be maintained again in the future Thereare seVer- al select schools being taught in the county The k C Institute property at Cville has been placed in the charge o f the Presbyterian etond BethellbYTrans3lvaniaPresbYae ry An effort will be made to e Thdoutlook is good for a firstclass school for th next term J L Turner is in the market purchasing a stock of goods for Burner Bros of this place j Miss Nellie BurHette flN J Market turIedhQm uli1s week alt r a tWpMeefes pMfrrfe her cousini Missei Edta1iiid irrrt fc 3Mer Caldwell Kelt our coininunity a few days igp fl make firs home in Oregon He l iSlMtev 2 r rt r t1f J possessess fin business qualifidav Lions and it predicted that he will make a success Vil ciiihh latirig weaifchV f dc Catcher baseay club lias pur= chased their oiitfit and will begin practicing at once for the pennant of our county league James Hayes of Ozark your county was here this weekI Mr Elias Copppck who left here one year ago for Kansas writes that he has purchased 80 acres more land to add to his farm He was a successful farmer here andwill probably do the same there Rev L B McChord a semi nary student who has been preaching for the Bethel people will preach his last sermon here the second Sunday in April He is well liked by everybody Mr WF Campbell overseer of Meadow Creek had the hands repairing our road this week We can boast of the best public high way in our county from this point to Roachville in Greenr county Cumberland Presbytery is be ng held at Shiloh ahd very large crowds are attending Sunday School was organized atLiberty last Sunday with J SuptI craze seems to greatly to the postal receipts Very seldom do the young people write let ters Mrs Caroline Burress who has pneumoniadis better If IMisses Clara Griffin and Kath 11IpreparaI summer Some miscreants not knowni by anyone here made last Sun day night hideous by firing a number of shots on the public highway after dark 7 This is the first time within the recollection of any one here that such has taken place Qrcourt opens next weekand the matter will probably be investigated by the grand JurYI hasbeencomIpletedj and will be ready to hOJd court in next week It presents iSjsaid atsea as ckIet11l a U leetle scarce hereabout Trot makeonelsnow The carpenters haver complet ed Mrs M B Mays residence near here and it presents a r modern aPpearance 5i Thurov ttj tobaccoplants aieJookingwell in this section centsIper pound eggs 15 cents per dozen on our market Miss Lucy Warf left Thus day for Upton 35yl tao attends tqenormalL V Mrs BE Tuc8ferris visiting 1Ier daugHter Mrs Pernii Mc Afee of Don nsbiirg T h 1 Mr porter Sguires Rid Lick kv as at thj PJ acef week hay ing som dental pkdije r Rev f P VntfoYiw be fore his au iereeaf Mt Lebanon R1iy t 1f ic2 i i f j f 1 i 1 r 8 gjQI I1f HIGHLAND PEACOCK property of Young Coffey Columbia Ky cherry bay saddle stallion 151 hands high weight 1050 its5 years old by Jordan Peacock 1148 he by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeans 3 First dam Bessie Sewell 4805 by Raven Artist 1043 by Chester by Artist 75 Second dam by Black Whip Third dam CabelPs Lexington 3234 by Gists Black Hawk Highland Peacock is so well known by the people of this and adjoining counties as a show horse and breeder we deem it unnecessary to make any further statement as to his worth Pee 310 onceIwillra is heartily endorsed by the Kentucky Breeders Bureau andw think oneIThistSeven Dollars to insure living colt l We invite You co call at our barn in Columbia and let us show- yououtstock Terms in all cases money due when colt is foaled mare traded removed from the neighborhood or bred to other stock Not responsible for accidents r Young Coffey t Will make the present season at my barn li miles south of Mill s town and will be permitted to serve mares for the sum of 2 to Insure a Colt if Money due when mare is traded or bred to other stock v I will also stand this celebrated Jack the fee heing7 terms same as the above named horse V Jo C C the 3rd Sunday with a splendid discourse o n educa tion I Miss Ada Henderson has several new music pupils Mrs Daisy Taylor and her lit tie daughter Pansy are very sick with Lagrippe Our farmers are putting in good time and are very much advanced with their work Mesdames Ida Sublett and Laura Lpy who have been very sick are some better at this writing Rev JaP Van Hoy returned Chapel1wqa very successful j si eceivjng this week a Ml line of liiid = i x date vmillinery at the stoxe of 01 Mr IJpton wherf she will watt on her customers4 t CQulity l at- Pierceflas v turda 1f re Shdne ti Lt Datw sdnVQlie Coffey y SJirn Siuf l tP r U 9 d Yr s J 1 7 I f h Arwed The Import- edCoach Horse Living SSjThC CHINNSTheII BROWNING Christian revisa- lMisHaiheBiggs jr fitt Daniel Pierce John Carter IIDlidporterhalinifeeting tit j Uncle Jack Clarkr the oldest man in this section passed away last Sunday morning March 28f haYIngbeenabout coolfforathis section especially peaches as this isja fine peach county 1Mrs Sjs Rucker of near Greensburg haG a case of small pox It is said that she caught it from a travelinfman who stopped there over night The home is quarantined X c Mfj fault sold toGepfBowemtJf Taylor county 1 6 year old mare ffrr orseior6StoLeeone tract ofaand ow tEN Bryant ot6qQ BeJ nettoJ BFMondaYfor LIIejI50Uyei iDc rack colfc atth Hnatoim I horse sale for 350 Knifley cor j i t aweSf r Zyt c i c J c 7TT t1K I h y I i 7 j r i 4 t t THE ADAIK COIMTY NEWS LOU1SVILhEp Latest Quotations on LiveStock hJShipping tit rc 11 l 476 OO Beef steers 300525 Pat hejfers ana cows 300525 Cutters i 200300I 00200IIHullsFeeders 350500 Stockers 22Jj4 50 Choice much cows 35004500 t Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 720 Mediums I30 to 160 Ji665 Pigs 525540R- Orlghs 595jibwn g dBesEiambs 1FatsheepiF i W Columbia Market i PdULRTY l E 1oTurkeys 69Chickens 12s Ducks L 07 dWheaiCorn 60 r PERSONAL t Mr W R Lyon Campbellsville was here Friday Mr J T Gowdy of Camp ellsyille was here Monday Mr B H Gilpin Campbellsville was here a few days ago Mr N B Kelsay Glenville was in Columbia last Friday Dr Garlin Grissom spent from Fri day until Sunday at hbthe j Mrs J R Hindman was ites1ck several days of last week Mr Ray Conover was hv Campbells ville two days of last week- Judge T A Murrell spent two days of last week at Russell Springs Miss Jennie McFarland spent last week with Miss Ora Moss Gradyville Hr R L Campbell our Dingo correspondent was in Columbia last Fri day Mr W 01 Yates a clever farmer and trader of Portland was here Mon day Messrs GW Brockman and R T Baker were here Monday from Amanda vi11eMr Alford Br ckman and daughterI Setha were visiting at A week Mr Robert Reed wjIij in business at C Campbellsville spent Sunday at thomer S EYate of ff lS n Ind visited relatives in Adair cOb ty last week S I MrJ F Cabell and wife spent last Monday with Mr and Mrs W B Patteson Miss Lillh Jessee of Red Lick is visiting her brother Mr G C Jessee this week Mrs Kin ie Murrell was quite sick the first of the week but she has about recovered SUndaYjlat Mrs J 0 Russell went to market this morning to lay in an additonal stock of millinery F 1wasthe first of the weekIMr W M Wilmore and daughter Miss Clara of Gradyville were visiting in Columbia last week lIrC S Harris and Ralph Waggen er were in Campbellsville and Greens j burg two days of last week Mr Fred Myers and wife Mr Asure Damron and wife were visiting i n Campbellsville last Thursdayr HonL T Neat and Mr W A Coffey assistant casHier of the Citizens Banks are in Albany this week- Mrs W R Myers and daughter Miss Myrtle who are in Indianapolis are rapidly regaining their health Mr Jas Cole of Bakerton one of ti e best friends the News has was visiting relatives in Adair the first of week l r 4Dr S D Crenshaw who had a lon seig pneumonia was in town jasi Friday the first time in two mlmths i fiit v jr C tt5ee Ju 1 p Cetina Tenn heexpectito movbiJ we1thJthere mthe Jiear jfuture MrJ jIi Antle oj Cr1bOreevistid hW4daugliter Mrs i De a ejanweefi Dollie little daughter of Kt am to wAcer Bryant was very ilc alt1 V N i lA trt i L t week but jher condition rhap im roved I vjr + Mrs J H Grady of Gradyville spent jafew days of last week With friends in Columbia stopping with the Misses Eubanks i Mrs Mack Frazer and her a ghterhMiss Laura will leave this Oakdale Tenn where they expect to make their home Messrs vGiliiam Baker Dalas Goff Williams and Chalmas Cheath m all from Cumberland county were here the first of the week 1hasHer daughter Mrs A L Mell of Hardin county arrived Saturday to be With her t Mr Albert Stapp returned from Moran county last Saturday night His- eceased father owned an interest in a and1heood shape Mr J T Carson and wife of Camp pbellsville reached here Wednesday f evening spending the night at thetome of Mrs Kinnie Murrell Thursday morning for Jamestown to ee their daughter Mrs Dr Baught Mlt H T Baker who has been in- elicate health for several months is speI ding a few weeks at Elizabeth Infirmary Lebanon Judge H C Baker accompanied his son to Lebanon and was informed by Dr McChord that Herschel would be brought around all right in a short time- Stock items Luther Gadberry bough one calf from Tom Bottoms for6sold one to R T Gadberry for 7 Gadberrjr cor 000 t James Frankum bought one mare from Mrs S G Bird for 125 G d berry cor 00p c W G Hayes lda pair of small mules to Mr McDaniel Leb non forj the consideration for 260 R H Camp 1Greenand a pair of mules in Adaircounty last weekHatcher cor 000 Hardesty Durham bought 60 fat hogs from Evans Bros at 5 cents They bought sixteen from Jo G Knif ley at 640 and thirryone from W R Knifley at 535 V 000 21ile of W B Sublet Je biCanet tTllOJ 1 h Wr It Il 41v- T 1jlr G rjHadley bougnt ainice saddle horse of Ervin Blair last Monday price not kiiMontpelier cor C Commissioners Sa1 cY 7 RtTSSSELL CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY O B Vaughan c PlaintiffsI Margie Graham Defendants J By virtue of a Judgment and Order of renIderedve cause purposes the Court may hereafter di rect I shall proceed to offer for sale atI Russell Springs Kentucky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Saturday the 8th day of May 1909 at one oclock p m or thereabout upon a credittf six months from date of sale with interest at 6 per cent the follow ing described property towit a cer tail tract or parcel of land lying in Russell county Ky in the town of Russell Springs Ky containing about 74 acres and belonging to the heirs of Attis j Vaughan deceased and the heirs of Golse Graham deceased And s divided into lots or parcels as follows Numbered 1 and 2 and ABC D E F G H and 1 Lot No 1 containing 21 acres and being the part that has the hotel on itI itutesThe remainder is located in the town of Russell Springs Ky and divided into lots No ABC D E F G H I The famous Chalybeate Spring and health j resort is located on tract No1 said Ijtandtogether Then lots No 1 jid AVB nE F G H and I will b offered to j gether Then lots No 1 and 2 and A B C D EF GHand Iwill be offered together acce the bid or bids that 1tsid lands reference is hereby mides to J the Judgment in he above styled ac tibn fotind onrecord thejn Clerks Office of the Russell Circut Court in Civil 0rder Book Nbv 7FQr the purcjiase tprice the purchaser with apprbyM surety securities j nut execute Bond loeairing legal interest from the day 6f sale until piiiol and having the force ine effect of Jodgmatit Bidders will I prepared to comply promptly withitheiiie termsk R E Uoyd Commiasion I f r JJ z Resblutions by Bi Creek Churc Theejo11owm preaiib1 and resolutions were adopted at a meeting of the session of the itJ Creek Presbyterian churched on Sunday April the 4th inst Whereas the Rev W H C Sandi ge our beloved pastor for twentynine and onehalf years has felt that it would be est both Tor the church and himself to sever existing pasto rial relatioafcy and requests that the session hall unite with him in petition to the Transylvania Presbytery to disolve said rea ions and Whereas After much and prayerful consideration we not without reluctance consent to his request fully realizing that in so doing we are called upon o give up an efficient pastor andI a well beloved friend and brother therefore be it resolved 1st That we express our sincere regrets t ha tchangedI Conditions render it advisable to terminate a relationship that has been so successfully maintained for nearly a whole generation In our long association with Bro Sandidge we have learned t o love and esteem him as a father a true gentleman a kind and sympathetic friend and rt eIan earnest preacher of the pel arid in alL walks of life a- faithful man of God Certainly no pastor was ever more mindful of his every obligation A cleaf judgment and a loving spirit characterized his actions All who came under his helping ministry were made better men and women Our church and community have cause for joy that such a light has so long shone before them that they might see that the principles of the gospel can e reduced to practical every day life His untiring efforts to raise the spir itual and moral standard of the people can but bear fruit for all the years to come So completely does he hold the hearts of all reIIlcapastor However we shall not be unmindful of the fact nor ungrateful we trust that God gave to us so wise and goodal spiritual leader While we yet chfh in memory our qld time fondness for him we do sinceye ly commend to him andhis dear loved ones to the people among whom he has chosen to labor Inl his new field We shall continue to pray for his success hoping that many useful years are xto be added t9 his life May he f realize in all of their fulness the sweet words of numbers 6 24 d26Ian And bet further re 1solved that these resolutions be recorded in the session book of j the six churches and given to the county papers for publica tion and that a copy signed by1 every official of the congregation be presentedto Bro Sandidge lanifamily Signed by the Session t Mr Owen Hardesty of Campbell ville bought hogs of the following parties J H Sands 40 head 52pr p SEllis 25 head 425 J M Gampbell 1lJiC fJ fiJ 1I Farrn1orafr i 2J 7 I have f it aiariiieibiimg 111 acres goa dwUic good outbuild tof sale rfnpinHr CIMdaris IIr Eato Kyr 1 = 9 0Aa J T IREED TQ TFffi BESTJL df 13uke of Russe11No 3669 y tDukeis a bay stallion 15 hands high 3 years old with lots of style a nice saddle and harness hqrse and a good bred one as you will see from from his binding below I tPEDIGREE Duke was sired by Jordan Peacock 1148 by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeans 3 FiSt dam Bessie Sewe114805 by Raven Artist 1043 By ChesterSe byArtit75 Second dam by Black Whip Third dam Cabells Lexington SpringsILex The stock of this is Hamiltonin Denmaik andwas sire by Billie Thomas he by Old King David and out of a bred Denmark mare Lex is deep bay 16 hands ni 1 inch high 5 years old this comim sDHnR tat Will make toe present season at the same place for 3 to Insure aiii Colt Phil Dexter LivingColtv horses than any horse in the countty He IS 16 has high black with heavy mane and tail He resembles his sire very much His dam was sired by Ruf Baileys young horse and he by his old horse Dexter a very fine horse IIp Carpenter a very fine Jack coal black with mealy points very heavy bone and body 14k high 7 tyears old will make theseason of 1909 at the same place for the low price of 6 to Insure ti In all cases money is due when mare traded sold removed from neighborhood or bred to other stock re taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur iG t= T IJ H WOMACK S Russell Springs Ky e 4 + t 4+ + 444p c 34 I t We now have the Most Complete Stock ifof Hardware ever seen in Columbia 41 = I 4 fJI n If you need a good Wagon Buggy or Surrey we can suit you fSaddles Harness and ail kfnds of Farm Implements on hand 4f c Field Seeds4 4 = = the Best on the Market 4 Li1 iI t Ctf 9 IF 4 YOU 4 WANT 4t4S hands pfrUJ16 fND 0 I The Vulcan Plow 4 h is of the Strongest and Best Made 4 We Sell Gasoline Engines ySawsFeed Mills JEtc I iW TEl w Wm R Jeffries Sons t Give us a call when injColumbia Write or wire us i444444 I Joppa Our farmers are taking advantage of this beautiful weather plpwing and sowing grass seed- Bros Tompson and Turpin Held services at Zion last Sunday Miss Gertrude Gabbert accom panied Miss Lutta Barger home Mm L W T S Saturday arid remained over until Monday morning Mrs Frank Sanders and daughter Miss Effievisited Mrs J P Willis last Wednesday Regardless of the bad roads E B Willis has een Hauling hay to Columbia this vek t JMfcSi J W Walker and little son JFfankarerspencding 1a few daysV with Mrs Walkers mother Mrs Ellen Holladay Mrs N W Miller of Madiso- nvilleis a pleasant visitor in our community l ira aWYoUpg arfif wif- efatherMrr j lE B GariQtjlazt Sunday Siniig atZion the econd SdhafnoonihAprilEverykody Rev tfiioi Mirel1 tthnde- lehuhatZ l ii Ml w WF iGlIienllOD oIJ t jjj lc i ll t r itAI yr 1t 1 T Dunn lle visited at J P Willis last Thursday X night Miss Annie Hardin and little Marvin Cabell spent several days at Ozark last week I Mrs Frank Sinclair and son Marvin returned home last Mon day after a pleasant vigitto her sister Mrs Fannie Willis IMiss Estelle Willis who js teaching at Breeding was at home last Saturday and Sunday Mrs W W Brockman has not been so well for a few daysI Most of the farmers of our community are making their own fertilizer this eas v- ZionjththIS month j T Owensby r Mrs D G Grid r visited Mrs Johnie Oakso cfcy list Week Mrs Oaks Jiajsja nicektof young lehickens 4t1 t James and vJohnie ikshavel gpjne to TadiYille with their raJt VernoiIkAaron is q4jt sick at1 thiswritingi MrsMiL 3weps fsrs A E WOlford Mrs C O Halt aunt i Nancy ITUi r F ddUT H 1 t u itf itt PYC r i t I 4We can meet the de = mands The Green Seal Paintis the Best S5 one t Barger and Ida Walkup were guests at GG Griclers last week I James Millers little girl is ina- criticalcondition i Mr Ed Atkins a traveling salesman was here last week Otha Lawless is building a new house He viIrhavejt corn pleted soonV Mr Sam Clark and wife of n Lincoln counties have recently4 visited the latters grandmother and sister Mrs Liza Haynes and Mrs Ersie Aaron Mr A E Wolford the fa mous carpenter was at bGpri ders last week erecting a spring house v x 4Mrsfl your reporter thshehadsold since August 50 worth of eggs frofu601lnsBeat that if you 1 can ii On Nov March221909iX frIendS and relativesipf Robert 1 Hawkins gathered IIL Jo cele 7 arate iii honor of his birthday r fx iP1ismembered or tt J t f rt1t Oris Barger and wife W c ij J 6rideri wife and daughter of i jZ lsiIC UlVt i rRi Sunday L r i W s Ljt i iI bjI tt r r lA 7 f t0 i f 1MjIfl h1 FS m i x x V r TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f Lt iiN Time G rd r I effectMo day D c 1S08 7 ftt SOUtH OPND t TRAIN Lv XpmSThlXE AH LEBANON Na fi i7QOam u 942am No23815am 1004 am f No 79 505 pm 740pm No 21 800 pm 1000 pm No 93 630 pm v 900 pm NORTHBOUND TRAm Lv I EBANON AR LOUISVILLE No24 548am 750am- ONo78 732 am 1015 am No 28 430 pm 655 pm No7 22 628 pm 815 pm No 92 732aih 1015 am- Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only C M WISEMAN SON I Jjamondsand Precious Stones JewIers and Opticians Special att ntion given to work and all orders in ofgoods in our line Oposile uslc Dall W Market St 1132 lst2d St IS D CrenShlrwtl Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock j removed from stables II I ONEHALF FROM MILE COLUMIA Louisville Ky11 ON DISAP I P01NTMENT Coffins JND Caskets II I keep ready for use all kinds Coffins and Caskets which will ofIIsold at short profits Give meajcall and be convinced would be to your interest to tronize my shop paf J E Snow Russell W1LMRE HOTEL W uailijHOnE PKopi- FirstCfass 1 Table Good Sample Hoome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYllILC KY Kes Phone 29 Office Phone 402 f Dr James Triplfltt Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK1 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY l j tD nbar orwentst OFFICE FKONi ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUJLLDiNG t l 1 PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA1 KENTUCKY I irf f L AI t r flf r loseph n Stosnfe t it AttorncyAtLaw If Iiif r l 0 V ST Will pradlice in r tt r ihii indl adjpininjg counties l- Vtf tir fiJainejftowni r fentucky j IJt1 ft i iooII ttfI i sf hA it r tl i1UL t f 1 y y 1 f1 Obituray t l AgainfW8 reTcall dlupon to chronicle the work of tjie death angel in our midst Bro J Sam Stapp with whom we have la bored sooften sfde by side in the work of the Lord the sweet singer of gospel songs has passed away A lover of the Lords cause has left us a support for all good causes like Darcas of old full of good deeds has gone to his reward Fe never looked upon one in need without trying to relieve him was born in 1863 made a IHe of religion at the age of 17 united at once with pro vi den e church Adair county of which he remain d a member until death which occurred on Sunday March 21st 1909 He loved his church as but few men do He and his three brothers organized a Sunday school 25 years ago in his home church that has never missed a lesson to the present day He and one brother supported this school for years at their own expense Strong men wept as they passed His bier and took their last look at his remains Both old and young met to pay the last solemn tribute of respect to him they loved until the church building would not hold the congregation Funeral service was preached by his pastor from 1 Cor 15 20 and 25 His body was laid to rest beneath the shadow of the church house he had built and give to the church as an evidence of his faith in and love to the Lord His spirit is at rest with God while we are left to sorrow our loss He was married to Miss Hattie Clark April 30th 1887 boyslin infancy therefore were ready to meet father when he arrived at the gatejbeautif ul ITo his companion and children I will saygyours is not the only loss his church will miss him the Sunday school will miss him the community at large will miss him espeeiallyjthe poor We all mourn together with you we sympathize with you for you we will pray the Lord to comfort and help you to bear the loss The Lord had ajgreater and a sweeter service for him above it will make heaven more homelike for you Striyeto meet him where there will belno losses or crosses to bear them we can sing with the Poet We will make the heavenly ring when we all unite to sing Hisjpraises in glory W B Cave enIWords to freeze the Soul Your son has Consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens a lead ing merchant of Springfield N C by two experts doctors one a lung specia list Then was shown the wondhrfuil power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Elevens he was as well as ever It would not take all the money in the InIfalliblesafestSurest cure of desperate Lung disease on earth 50c and 1 Oat Paull Drug Co Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Keltner c r The singing schoql is getting ht1Ihere was ia large crowd at Jpt tonand business p all classes fairly good T 1 Firquin and John f eJ ett were at Edmonton Mondty Aer Ij ge tract itintibere i1 i 0 0 t t f t 1rFl land was sold at the courthouse It brought 14000 andwas pur chased By Mr J H Kinnaird It was known as the Jackson Peek timber Mrs Curt Colemandied a few days ago She was an excellent lady Mrs Sarah Price is very sick at this writting i A majority of the farmers of this section are making an un usual effort for a large crop of corn and tobacco Wheat looks well We are about half done rolling logs Lon Price and wife visited their mother Mrs W P Price this week Yearling calves are ikin this section There was preaching Pleas ant Ridge Sunday by Rev J A Johnston Dmer Murrell is improving and will be up soon The singing school will close Thursday night Prof Pickett has taught us an excellent schoolr Everybody enjoyed it Exie The health of this community is fairly good at this writing Mr George and Jim Meadows visited at their aunt from Satur day until Monday G G Atwell and family visit ed at S J Meadows Sunday C M Buckner and family at tended meeting at Maple Hill Sunday daught spent Monday at Fill Oaks Mr Eugene Ewin was visiting his sister Mrs Lula Meadows Saturday night Mr Tom Rodgers arid family visited at Mr Edd Squires Sun day r The three youngest children of S J Meadows have got the whooping cough The people are taking the ad vantage of the pretty weather and preparing for a big tobacco crop Where is that hog wallow ken- tuckian Wake him up and tell him come again e Sweeyt Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or rche in the back warns you the Kidneys need at tention if you would escape fatal mala dies Dropsy Diabetes orBrights di sease Take Electric Bitters afonce and see Backache fly and all your best feel ings return After long suffering Jrom one100Iat Paul Drug Co Cork V J Every one is busy preparing lfor a crop j Bro G B Dockery filled his regular appoihtmieht at Union Chapel Also Bro cKir ley at Society Hill I hspeIS t Jiames George and Luther Acree of this plac Mr Jferschel cree and Misses T Ethel and Hallie Acree of this place visited at W H Stephens last Sunday 3 Mr Lee Pendleton wfitf has been in Illinois for soirietime has returned home 4 A Mr Shirley son of John ofJp4nBO Shirley of Milltow Adfait CQiuity i is visjting ftw grandf ather jjft R6bert Srbwnv i gfQf this place rk M t 1 Y I- 4 g i I1 tr1 t lt4 c 1f riAlilvi1t l rIiLr rJ Uh The As an individual he is rather plain but not any more so than Red gird On account of his plain individuality for years old Red Birds worth was not known or appreciated Having a common appearance he was given a poor opportunity to demonstrate his worth Fpr this reason he fifteen years old before the public fully realized that he age can bought today for 100000 The time has already come when the horse like man is by what he can do rather can pass on a Has five distinct gaits Goes a nodding walk in some style or can rack a mile on short notice He is free from defects or blemishes has good eyes plenty of sense andis pleasant to handle He has already proven to be a fine breed er On account of his common individuality he has not had an opportunity to serve many first class mares but notwith standing this fact if he has ever sired an inferior or undersized colt no one knows where to find it This is a statement that can be made about but few horses and of course cannot be truthfully said of any horse a one He will Serve Mares at 10 to Insure a Living Colt J PEDIGREE Lexington ofSpringfieldK harnesshe ofCaneValleytheyareanymterstedparty forjockeySired by Red Bird 1956 A S H R he Joe Brown 1955 he by Cabbells Lexington 3234 Red Birds dam by Baileys Dexter he by Cabells Lexington Grey Lexington dam a standard bred mare entitled to register t f BRECKENRIDQE l ColonelBreckenridgeto be a superb breeder GC Russell of Watson raised mule sireda by this jack that was never defeated in a show diedTwopremiumColonel Breckenridge is a good individual fifteen hands high and Is in good to make a season Hewill be permitted to serve mares at 7OO Terms same as those mentioned above WadeonGieenRriver 24 Plato Wade Purdy Ky who brought on a nice line of millinery are selling very fast Miss Olie Ogden who has been low for some time is im proving Bro T J Shoultz spent Satur day night with George Acree Mr H E Beck who with a Mr Wheeler is canvassing this county selling books spent Mon day night at Geo AcreesIMr Leslie Cassaday will leaye in a few days for Iowa Last Wednesday March 24tjh atxthe home of the father Mr James Acree Mr James M Sullivan and Miss Ethel were united in marriage Rev Acree officiating The bride is among Metcalf es prettiest young PostmasI jvery energetic and prosperous young man Messrs OIls and Herschel Acree and Misses Liz I zie Sullivan Daisy Poynter and Hallie Acree accompanied them to their home We join with wishingIIr Some of the farmers arVbe hind with their work M account of bad weather rs V E t Rev of Clinton Countypr ached interesting discourse Pierce Chapel Sunol I day v J L Darnell wife and little son Francis visited relatives at this place Wednesday r EttaThomasof Columbia isi vsitii1grelativesatthl place l EttaThomas was the leasanii guest of Mrs iQarnell a few dtysagi- E A J3rnelriS sic1t- HQt tste v j 1iJI y 0 ft 7f T I Grey Red Bird Stallion Is a Steel 16 hands high and when fat weighs Twelve Hundred Pounds asa breeder was judged himself by tfiCOLONEL condition very Acree JA Story at Annie Grey 11i WEEKLY CF I I COURIER JOURNAL 11 HENRY WATTERSON Editor jf I IsaraionaINes p Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 Ir a COURIERJOURNAL year but yucan get the WEEKLY 1 I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I BOTH ONE YEAR I or FI e r t f I if you will give or be id your order to this f 7 paper not to the CourierJournal J 1 I Daily Courier lournal Yr 600 1 ILSundal CourierJournal Yr 8200 can giye oji combination tittrate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper B A Jury Sdcctld for Ignoraric ExCongressman IM Rich ardson has the following in his paper ttte Glasgow Times Four the jurors in the Gar mac Goteer tnurder trial can iieitner jread iidr iiriie two others are foreigner and speak Qititf inaiffergnt Englica all ij l J r f i r twelve of them swore they had not read a newspaper since beJ fore the killing and some of them admitted that they had not read one for ten years And these men have been selected out of 3019 toisit as jurors in the eawst milder trial of M hair century What a stinging Q mentary upoii the i rt ysleml r l i j hf lL IM t J Iit f tii I t iit n i i I 4c rr- r Ar THE ABAHt COUNTY NEWS 7 Woothon Lewis I GreensbuFg Kentucky IS NW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH i f J Studebaker aOr I Birdsell flilburn WagonsAcarlbadofJ Oliver Chilled PlowstA A carload of 0isc Harrows jk Acarloadof Cultivators Corn Planters One= Horse Corn Drills andI Jill have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown v 0Spring Ii LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A SPECIAL LINT It 9 Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements any station on the L N R Ri JWoodson Lewis1111 I The Merchant Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to 6N N6NNS Sash and Door House in the South J Send for prompt good 1 We them HUGHES sws u y9lrrl M6 E racket St Bet 1st Brook Sash Blinds MouldingscolumnsPorch Stair Interior iLargest Wholesale yourords shipment IT appreciate I jL COI- NCORPORATED beh1e BJPOS Doors Work Finish 1LOUISYILLEKY wesssvseRHi N6Niis b3AtARE Gufileny WAGOn MATEILL trtot1isSt111e entaeky Telephone 2167Both 1 Carey 5v Different Sin ty1es Stock Also L Alt Kind r NN NN iOMNV Ob t Etc 3 i I l and goods w r v o N e Ni t 3 K Pt ones cue ILWOOD FEIVC RSTYLE MADEXt1EIGHTS + i1rw v l b SiL SJL ZK1Il Dr James McnaeS t f 4lf OSTEOPATHYtr t ffij ft 1J 7J i tfEk C rt i11HAN i 11 tNA7IOk FREEs IRON fill o Cttiire Gans t h rdPfftce i AT RESIDEIICE lumbiilK tg jy tl Li vir Ij wfc i l f b C i ouyRdbti Wilson who has been ill is improving J s Born to the wife of S E Estes March 24th a girl Otis the little son of Mr and Mrs J W Harvey has been oh the sick list for several days v U R Roach Breeding was at this place last week X W Scott visited atWm Harvey Sunday Otho Moore of Weed visited relatives near this place last Jt Week W J Bean was at Sparksvill one day last week J W Harvey made a trip to Breeding last week v Mrs Robt Janes and Miss Lula Janes visited relatives near Rugby last Thursday Hadis Harvey visited at Robt Wilsons one day last week Misses Flora and Minnie Brake visited near Rugby last week Eldridge Stotts and family- Dirigo visited at J W Harveys last Wednesday Miss Mina Scott visited Robt Wilsons last Sunday Mr and Mrs B L Harvey visited the formers parents last Friday night Rollin Bean visited Walter Harvey last Sunday Misses Mamie and Bulah Bean were the guest of Miss Annie Harvey last Sunday Virgil Wilson was at Breeding on business last week X W Scott mad a business trip to Breeding Friday Simpson The wheat crops of this section are looking fine considering the I weatherMisses Sitha and tirade Ben nett visited Mrs An iePowelll and Mrs Callie Loy folkaS last Sunday Mrs JWBlair who has been sick with rheumatism is som better at this writing Mr Lee Blair visited at M L Grants last Sunday Miss Vernia Blair visited he brother Willie Blair of Station last Sunday Mr E W Bennett visited his son JW Bennett of Fairplay last Sunday Logan Bennett and brother Marvin visited at R T Ben netts of Montpelier last Sat day and Sunday Ollie Bennett left for last Sunday Miss Ola Rice visited Miss Sitha Bennett last Sunday Mr Elbert Melon and wif visited the formers parents of Crocus last Sunday Mr D Blair sold his jfairm to Mr Mr Virgie and Vernon Grant forij00 Mr Steven j Antic pass through our neighborhood buy ing pou trY last week Mr Dola Blair is erecting dwelling house for George Cape E W Bennett is preparing to build a new ell to hishouse Misses Lula ancLLizzie Strange visited their sister Mrs Blair one- Pelham day last week e f i Mr Henry Squires and wife v arrivedhome last T ursda from Tennessee Mr iSflUires t is one J t Ir f our most popular and indus trious farmers With best wish es and congratulations iso rs to this young couple all through life Miss Kate B Squires arrived last Thursday night from Louis vine and Indianapolis with the largest stock of millinery goods that she ever handled The opening was at Cane Valley last Friday and Saturday Every body is invited to come and see her stock of millinery before buy t ing elsewhere Some of the farmers are done breaking corn ground in this community Jim Reall ofJJerrico was visiting John and Rheu Squires last week Misses Montra and Lela Cun diff were visiting their brother at Cane Valley Monday night While getting some rich dirt for flowers last week Miss Mon tra Cundiff dug up a very large copperhead snake but it wasI too cold to move very much Mr and Mrs J Hutchison of Mt Pleasant were visiting the formers brother at this place Sunday night We are sorry to learn that Mr J W Bennett is lying at the point of death at his home at VesterMr Charlie Hutchison and family attendedchurch at Mt Pleasant Sunday Dick Squires was in Greens burg last Thursday Perry Cundiff was in Camp bellsville last week getting re pairs for his sawmillJ J V Notice V While our Merit Contest was on one year ago some friends of the contest ants ordered The News to be mailed to some of their friends and paid it for one year This was done with good will toward the friend and to place the vote in favor of their candidate Owing to the crowded condition at that time we failed to keep a record of such subscriptions and now ask every one who received the paper through the courtesy- of a friend to notify the office if it is not wanted and it will promptly be discontinued If no order to discontinue thateyou pay for it when bill is rendered We trust every one will renew but are ready to discontinue when notified Edith rtThe singing at Spout Spring last Sunday night was largely attended and all reported a nice time Inlementsville borhood one day last week Vaurlera Campbell and daughter An vansslast Fridayk Mr J W Tiipman and daughter Minnie of Columbia visited dayeMr JN Wbiteof Neatsburg who has been in the Revenue business for the past two months returned home last week beendrinds for the past month left for Illi nois last Sunday aMisses Fannie Evans and Lil lie Bryant spent last Saturday with their grandparents Mr and Mrs William ryant of NeatsQung Miss Bettie Neat who is vis iting her aunt Mrs FW Miller has been on the sick list for the pr ant week j We have several new cases of whOQpmgcouihJAthlf neigh borTMrs rin Z Hmonn visited l I JHKB i r I Will make the Season at my Barn Montpelier Ky at 6 to Insure a Living Colt JAKE is a bay stallion 15i hands high very handsome and po perfect sound in every particular and will measure up to your demands if Yfu want to raise an allpurpose horse 1 His binding combines the highest class of trotters tracing to the great Hambletonian 10 on both sides in the second generation if Hambletonian 10 is conceded to be the greatest sire of trotters either living or dead and Jake only being twice removed from him makes him beyond question a horse of rare bindingIn instance money is due when colt is foaled mare trad accidents Joe Williams better I prepared furnish toI farmers with 1 Farm Machinery i ii and Field Seeds r than ever before One car of Binders Mowers Disc Harrows Hay Rakes Also the 011fver Chill Plows and the Brown vators Wheat Dills Corn Drills car of Wagons one car of Buggies AI a nice line of Harness In fact things which is not mentioned manyl JL H Phelps I Jamestown Ky Binder Twine Buggy Whipst uiThr1 J I U G HARDWk K J H COCKE V RH DIETZMAN Sec WTPync Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 181 INCORPORATED 1889 MIliliWI1GJ4TS ENGINES BOILERS DEALERS SAW MILLS I IGRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTHMftfN LOUISlILLS SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds Machinery Repaired t 1 1 1lv MrEltMiUe visited M Ifc m White 9t eallsbiirg lastv S4Sunday mghid Jr1and Mrs William frln t fip1 a J I am I iS Pres Pres ffiACKI14isTS I IN of of Neatsburgj visited relatives here last week Will Jones and Mont Harmon have completed the fencing bi Jthe cenieterjrat Tabernacle f rr f tj l 4r rNews andweekl GJ Lct 0 10 JIr Y 6Liti r i t 1- I A 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Cane Valley No I i r J Farmers are busy preparing roundfor corn and tobacco 4 L Wheat and oats look fairly oodomer crops are extra g odsz Jr IL hFacme of our community claim they are better up with f their work than for years a this time R A Sublett was in Camp bellsville last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Chat Dohbney left last Thursday for New Mexico where they will reside Born to the wife of Ed Van I hoy a 10 pound Democrat on April 1 j The little son of Frank Shepherd of near here has pneumm nia butit is not of a dangerous character at this writing W R Lyon C ville made out town taking orders last Friday W B Page made a business trip to Taylor county last Satur day and Sunday Mrs J W Hancock and littl son Creel of Corbin Ky are visiting Dr N M Hancock and rf family at this writingj Hon M Rey Yarberry was shaking hands with the old man and his son Bill in interest of his candidacy in this community several days of last week A R Feese of our communi ty was in Columbia on business rlast Wednesday Mrs Dr N M Hancock was visiting friends and relatives in Taylor county a few days the first part of last week The health of the community is said to be as good as at any time in the past few years v Brack Massie Columbia where as on business last of the week Mr Abe Hardin of Campbells ville was in our town on busi ness last Wednesday- Candidates are thick and win would be glad to see them all office Cane Valley has organized anl other Sunday school at the Met pdist h church and a large attehd teere even j Ing The 2nd Sunday School in the morning and one in after noon should be well attended as lessons are the same and they are far enough apart that there is no hindrance Miss Kate Squires is again milliner1store Miss Irate with us again Dr E B Atkinson will remod dle his residence at an early day T Cane Valley as ayillage boasts jpf having some pretty fairbusi ness houses and residences and enjoys her share of business But the business interests could be ri largely increased if some capital iists would erect a few business houses for rent a few more dwellings are neededandcould be rented at good interest Why not put shoulder to the wheel and help make your town what it should be You cannot improve acountry town or villiage b i talking and holding on to your J land and mOtley It must b done by act and deed as well as word Improve your community by making things look inviting to outsider ands see the results There arepeople wanting to Jo fCreate in U1towii9utio want of f chance they star back A W v man who is not for progress and Qwncguntryi l vwhen heholds on to land and ye irj ryf a LU tr J i1 r jiflof riL tt N fuses more cash for his land and than it is worth This kind ofav mann is only a leach Think about it people H Butter is 20c per pound on the Cane Valley market and scarce Tobacco plants pn early beds are up and looking nicely manytevery we are mafte to wonder what will happen next Those reportedon the sick lis our last writing are tall Improv- Ing r Mr Wyatt Garner of Gree River section has moved to Mrs Harrett Cundiffs place pea here TiMroved his mill from off Russell creek to Mr William Vanhbys Of near here and will be ready for running in a few days Wonder what has become of all the pork that was put away last fall on account of low prices It looks like 12J cents per pound thee market Coy E Dudgeon has accepted a position with Northren Egg Poultry Co He is stationed i Columbia I r s Peliyton 1vDanielBrown while operating his grist mill last Friday hap pened to a very painful by getting his arm taught in 5someMrs Mary E Lemmon of thi place who has hfeeu visiting he son Theo Lemmon of Wichita Kan for the past 15 months returned hqme Sunday Her so W H Lemmon met her at Louis ville and accompanied her home Mrs J W Jones is quite sick at this writing Mr Rus Fox who livednea Dunnville diedfarfew days ago pf pneumonia His wife and two children are very sick with pneur mania Mr Fox was an indus trjous hard working man and a good citizen Marvin Perr man who isa tending the LW T S w o visiting his parents Saturday and Sunday Mr John yiforii of Case Creek was here one day last week V W 0 Pellet M R Work and J L Campbell all of this place are doing a thriving bus jiess in the poultry trade They sold 4000 chickens and a large amount of eggs on the Gamp beUsville market last week J H Sanders went toJalas ll county last Friclay Mrs Scythe Cheatham who live d near Dunnville died Tuesday Mrs G W Rubarts has been visiting her sister Miss Bettie Pelley who lives near Dunnville+ Miss Pelley has been quite sick but is much better Mr Z T Campbell of Elida NM is visiting friends anc relatives at this place atyr m Ing S j isebrother Oscar last Friday vho is attending the Middleburg Not oral i Mrs JM Campbell and son Robert are vjs tingMrs Jl R Moss at Columbiar Owen Pellet was jn Colum Menday i i r 1ChiIi nd nli60 cent Is edYtorl tf + f i h 4 j Y Mont e1l e r The health of the community is good f t Wheat is lookin fineg sectionr 1 i IiFarmers are weljt up with their farming work despite the rainy weather A large crowd attended the sale at Mrs Helena Williams the 18th All property sold brought pricetSeveral from this neighbor hood attended the funeral and atnProvidence church returnedrfrom the City last Friday where purchased his new Spring and Summer goods Mr Andy and Arthur Coffeys team which they were plowing dthunderran away with their plows which they completely tore up injuring the horses considerably Mr M Rey Yarberry was shaking hands with friends daysilast week J Taylornwere transacting business in your city last Saturday Misses Gertie and Vie Murrah were shopping in Columbia urday SatI visitedther mother Mrs Rachel Mont gomery the latter part of last livesSMontr gomery Liberty Ky and ls in very delicate health l MrnCharlie Calhoun is clerking for Wheat Williams now Mr Bert Epperson their former clerk will engage in farming a while poultryarman kept onv the hustle for the past week He bought over eighty thousand pounds of poultry KnI1 ey onaccountcrop is very backward J B Watson and wife of Kelly Fritday en route to his brothers T J Watson at Feathersburg anEld Z T Williams will preach at this place the afternoon of each third Sunday at 3 oclock MessrsJ V Dunbar and Lon Chelf delivered several fat hogs to Durham Hardesty at Watson 4lastThe people of this section fear to shoot after the chickens fear ful they will shoot some candi 5dateC G Jeffries has built a new barn which adds very much to the appearance to his property Married at the residence of the 0 brides father March 28 James Bottom and Miss Allice Janes Mr W W Chelf has been in a low state of health this winter with kidney trouble I t 4 Keltner rF erMrs Sarah Price is quite sick V iiatf this writing r The roads1 are very goo4 yiii the cauntry at present M t fW P Price so qtoI13 Darnell six yearling tJ calves qr b80IMr Z JB rjefromtg rJ P county is here to see Msmother t v wheat js looking well is this isection t thf farmersare done t1 i i f t s r f t 1 h r 3E3E3CJ8C 0 Rex PeacockH jjj 2 Saddle Horse ris a dapple bay 16 hands jj and is not excelled by any horse of this section breedngIsize and style His first Ief colts were foaled last Spring= Out of the entire jj number there is not a sor= Iry one some of them I for fancy prices II Serve at ioob to Insure a Livin Colt111 g PEDIGREE S 0 Pedigree Sired by Jordon Peacock No 1148 A S H Rhe by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans NOa 3 Jordons first dam by Cabbells Lexington Mo a2d lie hv Jists RlflfVhwir SecnnrirlamW Lizzie Jordon she by Louis Jordan thoroughbred Rexs first dam by 2nd Jewel he by Artest Jewel Second dam iGby Cromwell Denmark he by Old Denmark u n Gov Wood Harness IThe8 He is black with mealy points 15 hands high Serve to insure living colt t6 for horse 7 for mare colts r Gov Wood was sired by Wallace Wood the Murry Jack he by Gov Wood he by Woods black Jack TipTop he by Peters BlackHawk he by Royal Mammoth he old aJack by imported Morings Mammoth Dam by BrowaBeck she of Black Molly Ben McFarlands Dfinojennette aabove named stock will make thejjj onthebred to otherstock or moved from neighborhood If All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible mare shouldw any occur Q JoppaKy3sE1 Jordan Peacock Number 1148 r SaddleThe Best Sire of and Harness Hordes jnthe World ur- Will make the Season of 1909 athis home m Gradyville Ky at the Low Price of II to Insure a Living Colt i tsc l JORDAN PEACOCK needs no introduction to the pegple He has made his own reputation by breeding the right kind of horses that the people want everywhere They are the kind that go under the saddle and in harness they have the size they haVe the style they haye tHe qua1ities they have everything that it takes to make a firstclass horse They are the kind that hiring the most money they are the ones that bring the buyers from other states Last fall Mr U S Hanes of Clarksdale Mo bought seven of sellingforother states by any other horseDid you know that Mr 6tho Miller of Moody Tex bought two of JORDAN colts last Decemberfor pjOOOpQ Mr Miller just cametoXentucky iroJJbuy iie PEACOCK but he liked them io well that he bought two He has written me since he went hone that Jhe had made a 1 mistake by not buying more of tHemt Did you know that Capt Hampton ofWaSliingiCity 2jElvT sent to this county last fall and bought one of the best saddle geldings that JORDAN ever sired 1 This is only a few of i the slesofRnAtv1s colts thathaXebeeenmadesince last fall I just mention these to show you that they are the ones that are selling and bringing more than double thef price of any others So dont fool your time away breeding to others because they are close to you or because the owner of them is yout friend Look to your own interest and breed to JORDAN PEACOCK and get a colt and a good one for you k70Vf JORDANhever fails I believe he is the surest horse living Below I will show you why JORDAN is the best breeder c i Read His Pedigree JORDAN PESOCK No 114S sired by Peacock No 498 be by Blue Jeans No 3 he by Phillfps Black Horse his dam by Grey Eagle Blue Jeans dam byLeGrand he by Peters Halcorh Jordan dam Lena Riv rsNoJ9sheby Cabells Lexington he by Gists Black Hawk Jordans 2nd dam Lizzie Jor dan she by Louis J6fdanthoroughbre q Jordans 3rd dam by Waggernerr o V li I V Respectf111lyu r s1 lr TLGrady l Mares fcdat cost of feed or 50 cents perweek for pasture sowingatsandare busy breaking corn ground i gftolling last weekv singingsch Mrs Will Shirley is very sick at this writing r Mn Buck Willis wife atld Ton Coffey rtciwife1 visited Mrs Pr ce MtweelG f J r RevJohnsonafilledhisaPPdint inenth r llStSooda i o iJ r n i K Price ife ernice Par ltindr p Cwm lton Y ited Mrs Sarah Price 2 i t ifY1i n r It EXle r ojSJcough Mr Robert Matney had ai gathering last Wednesday All worked well and enjoyed the diiiiier fine and reported they- killed two of the biggest viper ftsnakes they ever saw returnt tvioIhe f cle and family a aMr Sir Meadows and JW Cuin tomdiIy sred ai rBexdows htirdlirttl tPg s i t1f1tyk2r S J jL the Tatters birthday All enjoy edthemselvesfine Misses Emma and Dora Erwin visited their brother Hen Erg win from Tuesday until Thurs day ledo1iaoMisses LaId Maud Moss Lula Matneyi andVerpads Kemp KellysThursda Rev George Groves JwafryisifT communitylas thhaveIt qrWl1LtJ I r iwr Clsirk Oct 3 1908x tr r 4 Mr I1Krj Jt 1