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T 7TJ 7 iIT IT 0 7 F I 1iitI S Jl 7 btj bi f uniiV- OLUME Emff7jiAJ tiiI XII r COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTYSKENTUCinV WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 J909 NUMBER 23 i1 = FQipy ten days until the Republican rimary election Htiju I1Ladies sailers for 25 cents at S yield 20tf Gs itYoname the winners in the Re pubiican primary Frank Jackmans silversmith shop will be over the Paull Drug Co Decoration Day has been changed h from May the 31stof May to the 30th of Judge W W Jones is now engaged in having a cistern built at his resiA dence Saturday week will be the Republi can primary Aspirants will be exticeedingly busy until that dateJMrrJ D Walker Grady ville sold In F seven poplar trees to the Standadb I Hardwood Lumber Co for a The Breeding Post office has been made a money order office The law went into effect the first day of April a The second nine of the Lindsey Wilson played Cane Valley last Saturday I afternoon and lost the score standing 30 to 6 v L Cane Valley and the LindseyWilson clubs will play on the L W T S Cam Cpus next Saturday afternoon See the at = game of IulIjMr Jas Garnett has qualified as ex of the estate of the late J S II I Stapp He will doubtless wind up the as speedily as possibleg ributhiess Dope Cola and Grape Orig anators not imitators Try a bottle tandHobson Campbells ville Ky F LosTIn the town of Columbia ahgolcj brooch with pearl set The findera I wiirreturn to me and be rewardedl 23lt Mrs T C DaridsOfle TT A considerable snow fell here last aimorning there was a heavy frost Evit dently fruit has been greatly damaged It want extracts and spices that tIfiarerepresents The J R Watkins Remedy Co 22lm r We are receiving private bids on pur x store stand but have made no positive sale Any one wanting a good stand p has an equal showing JM Lester fiiSons Kendall Ky rr Young Coffoy have placed their handsome saddle stallion Red Raven with C G Jeffries of Knifley where he will do service The poeple of that community are fortunate in securing the service of this good horse Mr W R Holt who has represented the Singer Sewing Machine Company T for many years at Campbellsville wants the people to know that he is still at his old stand Hehas a fine lot pof machines needles etc in stock i From the number of plant beds to be I seen in every section of Adair and ad joining counties the year 1909 will be a record breaker in the production of tobacco in this part of the state Es pecialfy is this true in Adair Taylor Green and Metcalf The Cemetery ImprovmentKAssocia tion will doubtless remember the city cemetery on decoration day and those Iimshould begin at once to put their lots in shape so that the grave yard will give the most presentable appearance on May 30 MrM E Jones will leave this week u for Indianapolis to take a course in Veterinary science He will receive his diploma during his absence from tw to four weeks and will return to Co lumbia to practice his profession Mr Jones has been a student in this pro essidfc for several years Mr J A English sustained painful injuries one day last we kHe was out with a team of horses hooked to a wagon In desending a hill Mr Engj lish lost his balance and fell to the s jproundi The wheels passed over his legs below the knees tuiulng him very badly He was confined to his roo for several days T Mrjs Nancy Wright who was the wife of Mr Jo Wright junction City Ky died Tuesday night of last week 1 The deceased was a daughter of the late iRobt Reynolds and was a niece of Mr tE1zy Damron this plaice and Mrof Nancy Duvall and Mrs A iMntr Valley The funeral services were held at Junction City on t7edne iUyjEJd J Q Montgomery officiating lr rfacre w reinany telitiyea and friends tlt 7J r tK Lif7 t t11 Ir 4 Ji It WAS A HUMMERb I The Entire Opening Week of Theoj Buchanan Lyon Company of Campbellsville a Great Success W People From AH The Adjoiningto Counties Visit The Making Large Purchases SUCCESS IN EVERY PARTICULAR Last Friday afternoon a representa ve of the News in Company with Mr 0 Russell visited Camp llsville dy a short time after our arrival we arned that the talk of the week had een the opening of the large wholesal- eD retail establishment of the Buchan D anLyon Company the immense daily ny sales the prizes awarded and operators from distance who had been in at F tendance demonstrating their various wares The News man visited the establish ment and was conducted through the J various departments by Mr R J Lyon A one of the proprietors and he was as tonished at the amount of stock on ex hibition If strung out there would be least tWQ acres of handsome buggies and durable wagons made by the best C manufacturers and all kinds of farming implementsover three hun d dred buggies andSurries and one hundred and fifty wagons This line of oods is being sold constantly men in the yard from early morning until late in the afternoon putting the vehicles together making them ready to be transferred to the homes of the owners It is a beautiful sight to visit this de partment see how handsomely the ve ides are kept and how readily they re being sold This is evidently the buggy wagon and Implement establishment in the Green river section of Kentuckyfrom its location down to nd including Bowling Green The vast this firm enjoys is due to living prices and fair dealing If you order goods from The BuchananLyon Compa ny the shipment will be made at as low gures as had you been present to close he deal rTHE HARDWARE DEPARTMENT The cases in which this line of goods are kept cost over seven hundred dol lars and are exceedingly handsome hardwood finish Every article has its lace a sample in view hence no timeJ is lost when an article is desired the most systematically ranged de partment we Sever had the pleasure of seeing There is not an article in the ohardwareWhen your wish is made known you do s not hear we are just out but 1 can order it for you A hand goes up and the article presented The people of Campbellsville are justly proud of this store and the proprietors merit every rgood wor3 that IS being said and they are also entitled to the large amount of business they are doing They also handle a range stove one of the best that is made and which is being sold for ten dollars less money than any other like cook stove handled in this country It would take up tocjmuch space to particularize hence we wil say that it is the most complete line of hardware ever presented in a town the size of Campbellsville say two thous and inhabitants It would be accredit to some of our larger cities THE MAJESTIC fAINT One end of the main room is fillec with this brand of paint said to be the most durable how on the market leaving a finish unsurpassed by any other make From the way it is now leaving the stor we judge that it will soon be in general use throughout Taylor and adjoining nties SADDLES AND HARNESS Any kind from the cheapest to the- o finest saddle can be found They buy by the car load sell them and orde more Itis an attractiVe sight to se the many sets of harness double an single and how neatly they are made UNDERTAKERS In avery snort time after a casket is ordered it is in a hearse and on its way to We home that has been entered by Death AU varieties of caskets am coffins are kept in stock the funerL- Sdirector being Mr Robt Lyon who hs had many years experience in this linen of business THE LOCATION The building in which this immense business jsjjpnducted is the three stox brick locate n Main st erecently completed by Mr Jo WIllock The BuchananBypnOompany occupying all thetrst floors and which was so piinuteH I ly described in The News of last wee 1From the foregoing the reader can gather a mall idea of the limount of businessthisJirm is now piping and 5ts Iexpectations for the fujure RizESAW4RPEp D entireppning here were 01 4 f i rf l d Ih rizes awarded eachHayi the contests eing lively and full of interest The prizes were given to customers who vifa ersons received to last Satur W4dayA set of enameled kitchen ware Mrne latm Hall Saloma Set of silver knives forks Mr David Melton Spurling n Ky Quadruple plated silver teath la4Fr8kthlargestNOTABLES PRESENTW4 Representatives of manufacturing concers who were present during the the week were as follows Mr M B Har president of the BrinleyHardy Hardware Co Louisville Mr A R Messick general manager of the Vul can Plow Company Evansville Ind S Bartley of the Vulcan Plow Compa W S Hays of the B F Avery Plow Company Louisville Mr Philhp ischl of the Great Majestic Range Company St Louis Mr Edw J Knapp secretary of the Hickory Buggy God Company Cincinnati E B Ray of the I Case Thrasher Co Racine Wis P Noe of the international Harves ter Company Chicago C L Bennett vicepresident of the Brown Carriage Company Cincinnati and Miss Kather ine Bohannon demonstrator for the hiNamel Company Cleveland Ed Caldwell Parry Manufacturing Co In ianapolisIprepare opening week was necessarily expen sive but the proprietors T W Buchan n W R Lyon and Rk J Lyon all a gentlemen wellknown for courtesy and business tact feel that they have been amply paid and as a result of the open 1 ing week a great harvest awaits them We close stating that Rob Reed of Columbia is the bookkeeper for this large business doing his work to the t perfect satisfaction of all concerned When he is not at his books he is hand ing Put souvenirs which are highly ap preciated by the trade Tom Taylor as Richar4 Marshall and others are also ed emplbylep All of them and the proe prietors tip their hats to the people of Adair county using the Macedonian cry CQme over and help us A Surprise Dinnerl The many friends of Mrs J H Morris gave her a surprise birthday dinner tbeing her 3jlst birthday o ohnny B Brock an s 11 birthday There were fiftythree that partookom the bounteous dinner The con sisted of pies cakes fruits and man tber things which go to make a nerMrsi Morris receivet 1tupledas followst dMrMrs J J Mr and Mrs PM oBryantMr and Mrs F W Rice Mrand Mrs d4ooreMrs Vina Morris Mrs Dosia Sc aMessCurtistAbsheritt Ivan and Rollin Morris Esther Otis and Willie Moore and Marvin Rice Misses Mollie Breeding Mattie Morris Ida Grant Rebecca and lannieBEfBrockman Emma and rt son Mary Moore Eva Morris Eth lthe Curry Flora and Elsie Morris ar 1blaMary Rice The little tots were G1a ice and Annie Morris Eugene Willis Arva Rice and Lawaence Moore Odd f llows to Celebrate There will be an OddFellows cel ebratiori at Jamestown Sunday April 25 1909 participated in by Russell Spring Lodge No 180 and Jamestown Lodge No 359 The following is ti program ChOhfIorgani Music Anniversary address J NJMeadows and W H Hopper Music Fraternal addresses JUW Mitcnell and F W Leach r v 1Musicnoon 4 Gbodx the order J Gi PoppleIand Rev JE Dyer Music v Work of the order whit it is doing and what is has done Eld F fo Barg gj yand Virgil J Smith The Home of the 9r etJRey GjR Payne and lr John Combest v Every l dy cordially invited to ittend u y Signd by Committee MrWB eatte5o sheriff of Adua connotm3f1 afull settlernentwitht- to he Fiscal court last reek p yng oy ttte County Juoe all monie ii1h a hinds due the county lii 0 tj j7j Evangelistic cIfair and One of the most successful union re vals Columbia ever witnessed came todaclose on Monday night after two eeks continuance The interest in the eeting never abated There were JQ arly a score of conversions at theT st service The Attendance at theP vetimeeting many were turned away from e ample court house auditorium forL R4tlleire strain of their almost contenious bors like seasoned veterans They orked rapidly thereby putting more than is customary in such efforts into space of two weeks By their manly earnestness and whole souled devotion to the Masters business they rapidly won all hearts The gospel preached by Bro Hendrick was the old plain simple yet wonderful story of the cross It was preached in a manner most direct and sympathetic The mes sage abounded apt in illustrations and well chosen quotations from the hymns Due emphasis was given to the Word of with which the speaker seemed phenominally famijiar The gospel in song as inspired and led by Mr Carter supported by rhe large chorus was a in feature of the meeting never to be for gotten by those who attended The many solos that were rendered by Bro arter had an exceptionally fine effect stand gave spirtual flavor and devotion to the services In fact the Evangelists form a rare combination 1t zeal and intelligent Ihmethods of work that should warrant sUccess when given the cooperation of communityWhile too early to tabulate re sults yet it is safe tospy that no such aeligouspermanent good to a community The pastors and other ministers present at the farewell service bore unqualified testimonythe work that had been accomplished I They spoke feelingly of the closer union that now exists between Gods people one of the happy results They pointc to the fact that the power and influ w nce of the church had been greatl3t strengthened in the community Sabbath was appointed as the date fpr welcoming the new converts into the several churches and it is anticipated thatit will prove a joyful day for Co lumbiavAccording to the best count thata ould be made the QBW converts and i together numberipne pun red and fiftyone Hpw jpany lives been rededicated to God and bpw any hearts have formed new purppse s Iyod that has been Accomplished for he Kingdom of our blessed Lord anidJ peopleeave o o God for this blessings of the meeting by resenting the Evangelists the sum f four hundred dollars and cpnftribut ingaboutpftydollars additipnal for all incidental penses Evangelist HenI rick left Tuesday ome in Nashville where he day with his family before wiflspendjc ratt Kansas where they ing next Sabbath Bro remained over Tuesday night to give a r gospel song recital leaving today Wed nesday for Kansas Many prayers and est wishes will follow them and not a elV of our people will look forward to time whenthey are to redeem their p to come back again to Colum Death of Mrs Venia Kelsey Last Sunday afternon atff oclock after a long illness the subject of this notice peacefully met Death at her late home Glenville The deceased was a Very excellent woman and was a daughter of the Jate 1eJames P Miller a prominent citizen of this county When quite a young girl sheiwaa married to Dr Butler Keisey eight children being the result of the union The children are all living the youngest being seven years of age The deceased was about 38 years old and besides the children she leaves a moth er and eight or nine hroth rsandsis t rsDtS P Miller Mrs A H Hal lard Mrs Henry Miller of this place being three jbf the number The inter meat was at Crocus this Tuesday for noori many Relatives andtfriends being present The News extends its sympa tHy to the children and all other sur Viving ireatiy VU J Action of TheContthittee i v f The Republican County Committee met last Saturday and reside all necE siryarraiiffements for the holding their primary for county offices on the 24tb Wit piwJexcepitiph evirymem- bwupjeieiat er aad a large nunibei pitithe candidth also fin altfceodatici1P Thi bUaiPU Wu Ml transautedlinan open i j t d- t t r j t 5 r SsI 1 t4 manner and all the candidates seemed highly pleased with treatment courtesies shown them The candidates not having opposition at that te were nominated in accordance with the call made some time ago Those who were nominated are as fol jowsR Stults County Court Clerk A D faattesonyor and DrCM Russell Coroner Committee unanimously and hearti la endorsed the applcatiQnof Senator C Nell for Collector of Internal evenue for the Fifth district The ews was given the ballot printing prQuiteExciting aiResidentscame greatly alarmed last Thursday call forenoon fearing the visitation of a destructive fire Mrs Junius Pickettoc noticed an unusal amount of smokeP coming from the office of Goffs livery stable and believing that the building p4Wsons were soon at the scene It was discovered that a coat hanging on therE wall close to the stove was on fire and the wood about ready to catch The theory is that some boys were rchpi g corn and when the courthouse bell his rang for church services a protracted PiingyThesave the stable and a number of other buildings that would have been sure to ave caught t Bad Accident to Last Wednesday night Mr Thos Bry nt reached Columbin from Campbellsd ville having a team his Wagon with fertilizer In Hecending the hillPe from the square leading oiifthe James own road his horses became blinded t is supposed by the large electric arc light and from the further fact the lines got crossed and Mr Bryant ould not manage them The horses ent down the hill at a rapid gait andFJ ust before reaching the bridge turned he wagon running into the jeep cut throwing the animals against the butt 1killedhurt Mr Bryant was not injured It as a very good horse that was killedI considerable loss to Mr BryantI Quits The Roads rMr W Ho Wilson who accepted a osition as traveling salesman for a Louisville GrbceryCo last year gave up his position a few days ago to en age in the grocery business in Colum ia He bought thestock of goods in the Butler building formerl owned by Mr G W Flowers Jr and has since replenished his stock to meet the de mands of this section Mr Wilson is anexperienced groceryman and is in a position to give good values to all who patronize him His services tohis- s company Awhile on the road were highly satisfactory and the change was made through Mr Wilsons desire to be at ome r Sudden Death Mrs Charles Indorf whose home was in Glasgow died ery suddenly last Saturday afternoon a victim of acute indigestion Before her marriage she was Miss Hattie Goodman and fre quently visited Columbia stopping withI her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs SamI Lewis She was a most excellent lady and had many friends in this place who were shocked at the intelligence of her death Immediately upon the reception of the sad news here Mr Lewis and wife left for Glasgow to attend the last sa rites h At the Age of SeventyEight On Monday night at 730 after acpn tinued illness Mrs Jlcie Snpson whose home wjajs at Breedingassed over the silent river of Death She was78 years old and was afflicted with complication nofdeseaEles She was the mother of Mrs W R Grisspm this place who was at the b bsid whenthe- e endcame The deceased was a much loved Christian lady ndwillbe greatly missed The whole coinmunty is in sympathy with the surviving children i 4 Buff Orpingtons There iij IQO better breed of chi kens They ire iarge andustripus and the lest of layers Healthy arid strong jlhiesmall j but little Itrpublejtd rarse I have as pure bredas any oiie in thiState and no wflFsmrpiuis thei- ri1orm sizeand col4r Eggs only- fat11or o l 15 rsHugliNoe iJk CQluII bi Jyt t tr c fiiiij i t f f lHighly Appreciated t i We highly appreciate the interest and f service of the many correspondents who help to makeThe News a paper of interest to the people of Adair and ad ining counties Some of them have been identified with it so long that their ilure to get in a good newsy letterr would be keenly felt by those particu rly interested in the community from which they write We are ofter reminded of the good service our correspondents are giving and rarely ever hear of a criticism which is evidence that the great bulk of the people ap eciate the service rendered Within e last year only two complaints ainst our large list of news gatherersIreached this office and we now attention to the most serious one that Of reporting that which did not s cur and in some reports of showing and disproval when such re iIports should not be clouded The cor respondent who cannot confine hisre orts to facts or who cannot give the nings without evidence of bias is not needed nor wanted and when such ports have been received will be investigated and if found true will be discharged We want full and fair re orts Each correspondent stands to community as The News does to this entire part of the state Your osition is a responsible one o3fr in hich you can accomplish good for our section and we trust that each and very one highly regards it Give the happenings that should be publiShed especiallly the good and stear clear of political and religious controverseties The News is seeking to accomplish good to awaken hope and ambition and give fair and honests reports No correspondent not in sympathy with its ork or who ISiSO narrow and preju iced as to misrepresent must give laceto one who will give the unvarnish v d truth f N At the Parsonage T Last Monday forenoon Mr R T patc rot of Campbellsville and Miss Sarah 0 andy of Bliss drove to the Methodist parsonage in this place and were married by Rev A R Kasey The marriage was evidently a sur rise to the brides parents as Miss arah spent Sunday night with Miss Alice Murrell who lives a few east of town When Miss Tandy Columbia Monday morning she was met by her intended husband and an agreement was soon reached to visit the parsonage and have the rites solem nized Soon after the ceremony the couple left for Campbellsville The groom is popular young man and is employed in the MantzRolleLt Mill in his home town The bride is at daughter of Mr and Mrs R L Tandy and is one of Adair countys bestyoung ti women i The News extends its best wishes trusting that happiness will attend Mrv i7 and Mrs Parrott all along the journey of life A Jpod Citizens Passes Away Theintelligenceofthe death of Mr U D Hurt will not be surprise to his many friends as it has beenknown for sevaral months that he was in a critical condition Tje end came Mon day about 11 oclock in the forenoon He was about 33 years old a victim ofiliver and stqmach trouble He was a son of the late W B Hurt and was a fine citizen liked by all who knew him He leaves a wifeand two little boys For several years he had been an ar dent member Of the Methodist Church The funeral services will be conducted this Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclockIby Rev A R Kasey and the inter ment will be in the family buryingSground Peace to his memory sympa thyfor the wife and children 1 1The J R Watkins Remedy Com pany is represented by 0 B Grant in Adair county who solicits your trade if in need of puce extracts spices stock and poultry food and several valuable liniments salve etc They guarantee I every thing they sell 221Mr Jim Holt who figured in the Etly murder case Louisville met a tragic i death MondayjHe was driving a 1 wagon in the city and was struck by aLfreight train killing him almost m tstantly Holt was a native of Russell tcounty FOUNDA suit case oh the Burkes villa road bdtweenSB ERowes and Columbia The JWPt can have sam iiy pint th News offi e and pay l g for notice 4iJ Mrs BEtRbw EdWin Graven son ofMr and Mrfi 1tMCravens a boy ofexernpliry habita and fine iequilificaUois uwnt t ng intheCo nty5Cleka o ce J I i 1 lA new line of haidombak j dre t 1J 0 p CSuIYd at tmilhnry stor of Hurt fJ ubnk1 oie andsie 4 f t 1 f i t 11 j I1t j j 4 i f t 4 I i iItIdH ILI I IL VT THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I jfPNOtSNCePeNT3 I 0 FOR STATE SENATEt We are authorized to announce that Hon L T Neat is a candidate for the State Senate in this the 16th Senatorial DisFtown Monday April 26 County mass conventions Saturday I 1 t FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce that ltfr JJG Carter of Monroe county is a candidate for the office of Circuit Courc Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican f party f a We are authorized to announce Geo M Miller of Monroe county a candi Elate for Circuit Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party 1 rFOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY r I We are authorized to annou e A A Huddleston of Cumberland county a candidate for renomination to the of I I fice of Commonwealths Attorney in this the 29th district subject to the ac itionof the Republican party We are authorized to announce H S I Vanzant of Metcalfe county a candi date for Commonwealths Attorney in the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party L CIRCUIT COURT CLER- Ks 4 We are authorized to announce that W T Price is a candidate for Circuit I Court Clerk of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Fred McLean a candidate for the office of clerk of the Adair circuit court sub jest to the action of the IfceDublican party FOR COUNTY JUDGE u r We are authorized to annoUnce N H Moss of the Gradyville country a candidate for the office of County Judge p of Adair county subject to the action of the Republican party = FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are aushorized to announce Hon L M Rey Yarberry a candidate for Coun ty Attorney of Adair subject to the action of a Republican primary to be L held Saturday April 24th We are authorized to announce G P Smythe a candidate for reelection to the office of County Attorney subject to the action of the Republican party I FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT f We are authorized to announce that Mrs Georgia R Shelton is a candidate for reelection to theoffice of County School Superintendent subject to the action of the Repuplican party r We are authorized to anriouncethat Miss Pearl Hindman is a condidate for Superintendent of Schools of Adair county subject to the action of the L Republican party 1 FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce that forShi action of the Republican party FOR JAILER f We are authorized to announce T C Davidson a candidate for Jailer of I Adaircounty subjectto the action of the Republican party V FOR ASSESSOR r We are authorized to announce that I WrJr Bottom of the Knifley section is a candidate for the Office ofAssessor of Adair County subject to the action of the Republican party J We are authorized to announce J MI Wolford a candidate for Assessor of Adair county subject to the action of Il the Republican party Ii We are authorized to announce John W Burton a candidate for the office of theInI One Year in New Mexico I came here last April 1908 Therel fore 1 shall begin my description tI on the Spring of 1908 The most Windy weather I tt have Experienced was in the I Swing of 1908 m New Mexico ft was as I have keard said It blows without ceasing generally z from the S W or N JEJ which 1 t is iiVerjc cool I must say also It t itn1t1 long as the wind con i to blow from the Si W ji we d6iriotr even hope or think iutain but if v we an1i atyft lt ri Sveraidayz izi sikeanjs- 4 t1i w f t rI t 4 i t J S Ai D1J lf JJr i 1 itt f I J rr j get rain At Summer approach we have more rain and scarcely no wind at all just alight breeze which makes it very pleasant as it saves the labor of faning During this season of the year we have an occasional hail ac companied by a windstormwhich is very destructiye to growing crops when they happen to range We might call Fall the latter part of Summer as crops are very late about maturing but not so late as to be bothered by frost Autumn weather is the most beautiful I have experienced any f where as the term of Fall origi nated from the falling of the leaves we could hardly term it Fall here as we have but few leaves to fall those principally bein CShinnery or scrubby Oaks and Mesquite leaves The first Winter months is warm and still but after Xmas we generally have windy and cool weather un til late Spring Considering the climate in general I musT say it is the most delightful climate I have ever lived inon ccount of highness dryness etc I have only experienced but few days since here that I have failed to see the freat red hotball Thenv I will instead of calling it the landof the midnight sun call it the land of the midday suIi The soil i s o f three kinds First I will consider the sand soil having a wild growth of sedgebush and as I would have r1Secopdgrowth of fine grass The soil being very nearly the same nJ composition as thatdf the sandy soil except it being darker and heavier Thirdly a tight soil which is very dark and heavy I find but little tight land in this I vicinity Where we find these lands we generally find a dog town which animals is some what like in color and size to Kentucky ground hog Each of the above named soils also have a wild growth of bear grass and f mesquite the latter which serves as our wood and is a subground tree with very small brances growing from the larger sub ground branches and extending t out of the ground sometimes two or three feet The former Ishall leave undescribed otherwise than IT1yas an ornament for the front yard in our eastern States 1 The most suitable crops that 1 SQutareThe people are very friendly Ionthese people is farming and cattle raising farming being the chief industry Orchards are be ing put out successfully also I think the man who invests inf r fruit trees invests well Development in general is very great Jhe community ista very new settlement about two years oldTe now have a Star Mail Route front Elida mail tassingjoUr place atll a mJ Ingtam three miles south v i t12jm daily Box collection distribution But feViQf our Kentucky country people can en- joy going lit to the front gate arid gefethkmail aily Wehave located at Tngram one grocery store post ofiice mijk sdhool houseandv church Have opreach JQIg twiCE rnQB sundi3r SclptwocJi thidat y t pt ii6if W yet wii1r AiNi it tff roi 7 1 r r1t 1 f1 it Y C many country B P Ts which afford amusement for those lik ing base ball Land 1 s increasing in price though it be dry Deeded lands sell at from 1200 to 1500 per quartersection R el in q u rs h ments can be bought for from i5QOOto 1200 each Thanking you Mr Editor for this room in your paper I am ever a friend t 2the Adair County News t red C Smith Svveeyf Over Niagara terrible calamity often happens IITIis a careless boatman ignores the warningsgrowing ripples and faster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or rche in the back warns you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal mala dies Dropsy Diabetes orBrights disease Take Electrio Bitters at once and seeBackache ill and all your beStfeel ings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes JR Blankenship of J3elk Tenn Only 50c atPaull Drug Co Commercial Convention People in this county are interested in the commercial con vention which has been called to meet in Louisville April 23 The meetingswill be held jn the Red Room of the Seelback Hotel and will last that afternoon being followed in the evening by omImercialbe given the freedom of the Southern Electrical and Indus trial Exposition which wilf be open at that time A call sent out by the ComII mercial Club ofLouisVille is arranging the affair has gone Ita every commercial body and rcounty judge in the State It is asked that delegates be appoint ed by them to represent each county The convention is expected to have representation from at least 100 counties in Ken mostbsince the last State Development Convention I The object of the meeting is to make the men of all sections of Kentucky known to those of other sections The McCracken county man and the Carroll county man are to get together and the Bullitt county man and the Bell county man are to ex change ideas The delegates will bring information pf the resources and needs of their respectiveI counties and this i will be filed It will be the first time that a systematic effort has been made to compile such infor mation s The prisoners in the JBarbour ville jail participated in a general fight but unfortunately none were seriously hurt j j t WilIsonpardonedJohnRtRiddle up for three years for robbery The Pineyille Sun announces that it will fight any candidate 10r any office whoas opp to the county unit law j jNotict ri While our Merit Contest was on one agosome friends of thecontest News tace mailed to jantsorderedThe nd and paid it fox was done with gP9 will toward the friend and to place the vote m favor of their candidate Qwing 16 the crowded condition at that timE we failed to keep a record Qfjsihsub seriptions and nr ask every one wBo received the papEthrQughjtfiecourtesy biiljEriitoxioiti jh office if ifc nis not wanted and ifcwlll promptly bidis continued If no order to discontinue iM received itwj f lie undrstood ifyou desire the papertiand thato1 Wil fsfotif bill is rendcrd f We i awifc every one tll e rIs ttinueeIinoiidiw v5 i t 1 SZj I E fr 1 ig il3Jil rlJ 4 t + i rl I Care of Sheep Great care should be taken to have everything about the sheep barns in proper shape for lambs It is bestth t the feeding racks should be movable so that the floor can be kept even If thfe manure is allowed to pileup and pack unevevly the ewes are liable to get cast Every ewe should be put in a place by herself until the lambis about eight dayspld Care should be taken that there are no places where the lamb can creep away from its mother A young lambwill soon be- cOme chilled if it etsaway from its dam and often she will hot own it when iiis put back Words to freeze the Soul Your son has Consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Gee E Blevens a lead ing merchant of Springfield N C by two experts doctOrsone alung specia list Then was shown the wondhrf ul power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was as well as ever II would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy In fallible for Coughs and Colds its the afest surest cure of desperate Lung disease on earth 50c and 100 at Paull Drug Co Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free General News V The Wisconsin Senatedefeated- the county unit local option bill A number pf steel companies in Pennsylvania are cutting wages Pigments of more than 400 dif ferent colors are secured from coal The population of Russia is increasing at the rite of 2500OQO a year Cinchona planters are in a bad way in Java Bark has fallen heavily in value An Arkansas sheriff waited four hours for a drunken man to get sober before hanging him Ten persons were injured when a Frisco passenger train left the track atRitchey Mo- A hundred national banks in Kansas has resolved not to be governed by the State law guaranteeing deposits George Watson colored convicted of highway robbery was hanged at Talladega Ala The negro confessed niileSIn ar ly all traveling must be done on horse Or mule back V Statewide prohibition has been put to rest for two years in Iowa by the refusal of the State Senate to take up the bill which had been passed by the House Congressman Edwards of Georgia thinks that 7500 is more than hfe and ht associates are worth and has presented a bill to put Congressional salaries backto50K v f Dr Win Jones a world famous ethnologist was killed by native in Isabella FrOvine Phil gathering Chicago when killed Hope of capturing Crazy Snake b practically been abandoned by the Oklahoma militia officers and it is s62qected the Soldiers will be withdrawn and a jward offered for theIndian J tjsr prted in financial cir dOs that all prelinnriiry steps have bean taken by iH Standard Oil ConijnyofNe w Jersey forth ipcrease pf jf r cpiallztionf- rom lq QQJo to QOO ifJ 2t ti f j Xj f r E3 300EOE xii W a Newly furnished If Conveniently located IT A firstclass Restaurant in connection 1 If Neat Clean Rooms if i a 1 The Hudson House i i Rates 100 Per Day- a S f1 am also prepared to furnish II= = LiriiV It 1 J t Your Business Solicited f c ift I i ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky ll I4et door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pia f 3C38OE J4OBSONI Jti w t It JlasE ough i I i Ii Pioniet WiPe Fence r 1S- c wV to fence in Green and Adair counties The Stay wires on this fence are so r jlIt r 35attached that thoeycan t slip on the 4 I I f Line Wires You Pull 1 the Tighter it Gets i i J j1 I T 1E- f ft ENoUafi i Poultry Netttng j i k ij to fencdan Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two rl counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper advertised L In recent Issues of The News v t r S SX XX Bargains Bargainsl 1Dave a Large Stock of General Merchandise am offering Bargains to 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Months at 2WblMai1rhiS price only for those who cannot grtThe Evening Post delivered AgentSend and full description of gettheTHE EVENING POST UiiisvilMi Ky ON THE W llATLAS AND THE EVEIHMG gost GETr t 1 I jo r IA Aufiiatus EvWlUs l1 t WITH THIS PAPER 1 f I LoiisiI1e Post ad Ts Adair County News IJr 3 5Q1 r kl t r f r 1 r1 w la tt iY i1 1i Jr4 J1ik1i f 1ftlc rjt qStS t W t 1111irrj11r rnf rrij i titJz 5i Jt1ltll0 Zb t l 1 i tT i t 1shortStoptf f Love irt akfrrim a beg SS vgar rv j Be triie3p the past byoutdoing it t 0r r Swearingtdthe trutfodoes not make truth any strongerS What would the gossips dp without indiscreet friends v t It isnt always easy to marry thef right girl for her money Reformers should not be too particular about their bedfellows Cupid evades the law Joy carry inghis weapons unconcealed Lots of people buy a pigin a poke who dont want a pig at all It is better to be a lonely bachelor than a henpecked husband What we need in this world is a hundred years of honeymoon If you really want to know about a man ask his motherin law iSA country town is always the flast to admit that a son is fam ous r The man who uses a good safety razor dodges many a bad scrape- There are always plenty 0 fires for the man who has money toburnSTrying without winning adds zest to theheart of a true sports man Somehow an employer never seems to want a maii who is out of a job A woman may be too young toI marry bull she is never top old to repent S Hints are made for people who havent the stamina to speak plainer The high ball season never goes out just because the base ball season comes in The hands that rocks the cra die is the same hand that wields the rolling pin Brfdes cost a lot of money but individual sentiment agrees that she is worth it A woman who will darn socks will save her husband many a word worse than darn Somehow the man who thinks out loudnever seems to think as well as the man who keeps his thoughts to himselfS One way to make yourself think your job is hard is to procrastinate Until the night before 1edand a mans enemies when price they 4have found it delight in rubbing their salt in that parti cularspot f 4 2 No man who isvafraid to make enemies pall be counted orirto make many firm friends When the right girl meets tie right man the preachers wife may have some new curtains ntotheihighway is takingbig cqances pn getting iun over by an automo vv v rbile f It is quit as important in this I world to malce ewmistakesas it is to take advantage of the misr takes the other fellows maket iWher the sun kissesa girl it rleavesa freckle When the son sS one it tickles Women would rie er makev f r good pQlicemen AIl the ifeln wouldtry to g t llnch d The devil has a tough tith- getting asnre about hefe tg a girlwho fiair a good mother jWOmen rook ttpii 4fti i i tr i i rFk ITtfJ t r 55 I f Jt f jr ently from 9t menand it is a iigood thing for husbands that theydQ If women were to name the I men of greatest brainseach one would come forward with that t of her son t Why is it that so many women who simply fear matrimpny are always insistent about their friends marrying Failures is no respector of suc Icess Sometimes the man who has hobnobbed with the latter can make the biggest fall down I have always wanted to be rich long enough to wear out my old clothes A bridal veil often comes in handy asa mosquito bar to keep the flies off of baby Progress ischain in which every man who does hisbest is an important link oTbe man without money who tries to be an aristocrat is aptth become a joke instead The greatest troubleabO t the hall of fame is that no two peo pie can agree oh whose name 1shall be written there The man who makes the best of the worst of it will be as happy as a clam when he makes the best of it I f Oh The Wing VT There isan incline for evgry 1 rolling stone Most of us are philanthropic ir our own minds IThe dressing has much to do with women and salad t If it were not for adversity alt men would be mollycoddles In the play of life we cannot all t be stars but every woman at least has a speaking part It doesnt cost one a cent to j planon how much We would give to charity if we were as rich as Rockfeller J Money never yet has as good a time as a small boy canI have with a crooked stick a fish line and a baited hook A man with the smallest amount of brain has been located in ParsIiegpends most of his time criticising the government Not Lying Down It is not uncommon for a horse to stand all night in his stall in t the stable Apparently such a horse continuesin good health i wellaslothand he shows fatigue much soon er than the horse that takes his natural rest i Theremedy for not lying down jisa boxstall No means gentle br harsh will force a horse to lie f i down unless he be thrown and in such case he will arise again on the first Tfiere opportunityf sleep standing is that they fear tolie down when tied or that they have been cast in the night and fear a repetition of ther experience A fresh well made bed will sometimes tempt the tired horse to lie down r J t j T1ire aremore MeOI1 Jdrisolili the United- State5 than oiatyother rnac Of rn lks lso- aooeM ot tkicstyIe accuracy autilfr- Mo4llu Ctty Quen oFa3iol1MlbKdMrdlananvcther Lade hipdonzzsmb ts3eee L e tEveryuhecnbsCgfI McCzW1ai 1KI1Mr bcr4b tiday Ldy pieis cois l JaCtCatil sm JJHlAtlll c M t1 tSc 1Vlf i i4Z t tjj f Jt0r s f f Iv VV EggTests 1 y rv J Uv ivK v A goodegg will sink in water Stale ggsare glassy and smooth fshen r j A fresh egg has a limelike surface to its shell The boiled eggs which adhere to the shell are freshlaid Eggs packed in bran for a long time smell and taste musty Thin shell are caused by a lack bensIlayirg eggs After an egg has been laid a day of retM shell comes ofi easily when boiled A boiled egg which is anewilil dry Quickly on the shell when taken from the kettle Eggs which have been packed in lime look stained and show the action of the lime on the surface s i If an egg is clean and golden in appearance when held to the light it is good if dark or spotted it is bad Sawdust on the floor of the hen house will keep the biddies feet warm arid induce egg production J Dont make the hens stupid lazy and unprofitable by overfeeding The active eagerhen is the one that increases the egg supply 0 In the last eleven years according to officially reported re turns the city of Leeds Eng land has earned a profit of5- i 605000 from its municipally owned tramways waterworks i gasworks and electric light plant J The police of Toledo 0 claim v ja murder mystery is attached II the finding of the bodies of Ludwig Krueger and wife under Che cellar 9f their home which had been burned by unknown mur derers Robbery was the motive i 0I j j Rows X Roads Mr Gash Taylor and wife have j returned home from Oklahoma Bill Cook and Beldon Helm are cuttinglogs for Sidney Holt John arid James Oaks Cdi have gone to Nashvillethis week with their logs Jtingatday and Sunday was largely attended John Vojls has bought a new threshing machine and will be readY for the fight IThere is much sickness in this country at this time A m o n g those that are bad at this time are Old urtcle JOhn Pierce Ben Selby JBettie Blakey and Susie liadley Qnly one boy at Tiger Mont fgome ys this time JohhvTurrier has greatly imI roveoXthe looks of his farm by putting up two hundred yards of slat fence v Mrs W G Grider is visiting at Bill Cook arid James Me Kihieys thTs week Miss Laura Hadley of Crocus j I is visiting her g r a n d f ithrjlThomas Hadley G R1DeanJ f Mind iJ F f Turner w6rfiefeawf ew days t1h- Iago h1 f Miss ul Jttieibf Columb biaw4v visiting1 her grand Nn dparenthr attly10 dwelling houeby building new- 10pJportico Itp IV I i1f I fi it 1 f ci IihJtu Jjr rli7r y j I i2 It w been here atf Hayes Chapel and IfcLebanoiLchurches fivewe Ks Bro John is a good preacher tand has had good meetings Sam Hurt has gone to Illinoisv to live Xi i i Laura Hadley is visiting herf grandparents this week J Miss Ople Oaks of Kendall is visiting her uncle John Oakes t1cra few days Waco McKinley is badick with heart trouble f J There is a new bpy atfMn v Ed I Shearers t JWeare receiving private bids on our store stand but have made no positive sale Any one wanting a good sta doJhas an equal showing KyrIt is better to want a nice common sort of girl and get here than towant a bankers daught er and lose 4erasks a cdrre anyI ned mam i A SPLENDID OFFER You can get The Louisville Times regular price 5 00 a iyear and The Adair County News both one year for 350i TheLouisville Times is th6 bet 11afternoon paper printed any j Etas the best corps of corres pondents fV 5 A Covers the Kentucky fieldper rjfectly 3Covers the general news field completelyI Has the best and fullest marr ket reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send your subscription TrigKt away to this papernot to the Louisville Times This special low offer mar be withdrawn at any time so get in now This Irate is goodonly for mail subscriptions i and we cannot accept orders for the Louisville Times where that pap rhasa regular agent who furnishes papers by the month Two papers for less than the priise of one 7 The contract for the graded WilliaIrtstIor 1 tin i Ladies sailers for 25 cents atS Field 2Qtff2jCures Dyspepsia Trial Is Free It is a popular mistake that only wealthy people who eat rich and highlyspited foods stiffer from dys pepsi or as it is also known indigestion The laborer in the street t the worfcet in the field also finds him ielf a victim of this disorder Among the very greatest sufferers from it are women Dyspepsia is indicated by a constant feeling of laziness by loss of appetite and dstresslusterless eyes forthisusingt8uccessfully J herb laxative compound cured Capt Clark of Buffalo Ia of dyspepsia and sour stomach that he had had for forty yearn orDrJoel Adams of Montgomery Ala after monthsTheetis not expensive to be cured with thisgrand remedy as it can be bought at any drug store in a 50cent or 51 bottle prooablyllfelong expensewhat hewillbetglodtest of Tjis remedy 4 Thousands of families everywhere keep jt In the hQuse against such anetnerency as constipation sour stomach lnigestion biliousness dyspepsid heartsurn j torpid liver etc which iriay come a member oft beamUyany day It8 p1eaant to the taste act gently and doesnotgtlp 1It is the greipit cliildreha tonic fit If there is anythrngr about 4II tyour ailment that ypudont tunderstand orif yotwitrrt any raedJcal advic wrIte Nto the doctor uaai Wei yiU fully Tlirtrk ohar 1qr this eves + r The 4Eisi is tc1dwju R SCidwU bIcIi MoRtM1oL 1t y- I ji rholb 7 s 1ri Jo fTj 1 j ry f t t c j tJl NEWSdt r 2 tlt daiti 1u1tgjtt 1 i i t IPuWished Evlry fwncsday BY Tp Adh ounty NewsCompany ti r INCORPORATED j CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR 5 Democratic newspaper devoted Jto thentereata r Tirtt the city of Columbia and the people of AdaIr xt8d adjacent counties Batered at the Columbia EoBtoEceB second clan mail matter andr James H Parrish the Presi dent of the defunct Owensboror rT Bank was given a second trial at Hawesville last week the jury fixing hi s punishment at five years in the penitentiary f There can hardly bea doubt Jihat the President is in earnest in his efforts to have the tariff reduced and there can not be one concerning the attitude of his party if the members of roil S168 reflect Republican senti inent Presumably the Payne bill is a reduction but really is t equivalent in its protective features to the Dingy law which at displaces when passed To ipake a long story short and too peak plainly it is protection in the rankest terms disguised m the garb of reduction The Payne bill is to full of pains to bring relief to the great bulk of people who have demanded and vho have been expecting the Republican party to carry out in good faith its platform pledge in regard to the tariff The principle that should guide in such egisla tas human knowledge of justice No measure based on a protective theory can equally distribute burden and blessing Tariff fo revenue only and that placed on the luxuries should be the means Lo liberate the great mass from unjust contributions to the cof fers of wealth It is the key that will eventually throw the trip of corporate greed and ove turn the plans of the favors few who have been piling u millions of dollars annually u PI jjistly though class legislation but it is not in evidence in the Payneill not even the handle of the key can be seen MR EH Harryman was in tervieweji some time ago in which he stated that If the government had revised the tariff or given the country a good currency law or both we would not have had the Landis decision a n dIwould not have had a 11 t h wasteful prosecution of corppra tions nor all of this hostile legislation against railroads and r itl1e country would today be go ing along swimmingly He valso stated this question o f alltBright for every one concerned f 1 Whatthe newspapers ought to i j onoYIS to stop talking bouti h the agulation of railroads and insist upon it that the people Cgin regulating the If the Wasteful extravagance of govermental methods shout be Applied to any other business i W QuId speidiyl ban 1 t- asas trh1t J Itf 1ffh thouibt r th present administration wAl A make a changepn t tne dfrection s lie wisli aiiewertrd L J ifI k 1turn l1Qi 4jiriI trations-r tiI t M t g 17or i Ife s orced byi the r eeaob3n4arw y tFit It u r j L 1 i f Ir faimorsiifferpbliticai oblivionx IProm thewabpyevextrapts iiisJ plaimto Beseen hats this great w rMlroadihan one of the fewY who control the destiny of in afihancialIpower on affront seat in the Re publican band wagon is not in accord with wild cat destructive decissions of Federal Judges and the wasteful extravagance o f Republican administrations He believes in a sensible business administration and does not see y reform under the administration of Mr Taft Theres millions of intelligent 4mericans looking through the same glass es r A Correction f A report has been put in cir culation in certain localities in this county th ttLam off the track as a for Asses soreI desiree to say to the Republican voters of Adair county that I did not enter the contest with a view of quitting the race I am In the fight to win and will use every honorable effort t bring about that result I met with encouragement hllVejl parts of thee county and to those who have promisedme their sup port I am truly thankful and 1 will feel gratefully to every voter who helps me in this contest II have no word of censure against my opponents I am a candi date for the position one my merits arid fidelity to the party and should I be nominated and elected I will faithfully discharge the duties of the offiice Again thanking thevoters for the ISuJ they may give me I am j Yours Truly J MY Wolfordd r Weed Y Y rV L SC iaJSri The ithisicommunity Fine prospects fora nicepeach crop in this community v Mr Otho Moore made a lying trip to Cumberlandcountyjast Friday aIwere married Sund y Your writer and Miss intieI 8arksmade a flying Ruby and RugbYlast EMjJay The people of this place are a t little scared about the smallpox Tom Cole the blacksmith ofI this place is a o t d lBIllcorn Little Emry Curry of Rugby is visiting his grandparents at this lacethis weekv ist Dingo Our farmers are now very busjr preparing to plant corn v Y A 0 Baker Amend ville did business here one day aJt week JAmandavllle veryfiThere will be a basket singingt Sandb p Sotnts etV v Yes we have mail everydayj fnow Alqiosti every family h v t inifvjclirect touch with the outside world noOT stiaiiding tq Uhiat riews is scarce here t1jisj I tnrur w morning i i Py r ifIn J andIJ e F r T it i aQ xxycrot JJ Vy Lj l j fy V n GradyviHe She cold weather Qj laseeki f ar killed our peaches r C Our farmerscai eabout ready to plant corn 1 V J lvIrJ M Wilson one of our best citizens has been very sick for thepast week or so LM Wilmore attended Pres bYtorY near Campbellsville last Saturday and Sunday Mrs J H Grady visited rela tives at Columbia several days last week W L Gfrady was transacting business in Columbia last Fri day Quite a number from this plat attended the revival services a Columbia last weekv J A Diddle is on the market for a lot of nice hogstCharlie Diddle of the L W Ts Srof Columbia spent Satur day and Sunday at home-r Quite a number of our farmers attended County Court at Columbia last Monday thoe Nell community was in our midst one day last week and reported that Mrs Breeding was getting along nicely opolunibia for the past week in tier milt nery business The small pox ih this comma nity is a thing of the past ijo new cases and all the old ones have about recovered ll Dr J H Grady was in Co lumbia a day or so of last week t Mr Briid Walker one of Nell s farmers as well as business men a trip to Greensburg one ay last week and reported the roads in a fearful condition LTvlr L Durham bf Greens burg spent several days in this f community last week buying hogs for future delivery at fair prices i Miss Stapp of the LfW T SAf Columbia spent last Sat urday and Sunday with her otiirIVt V Mr Mitchell ten1Y the well known blacksmith of our towif who has been confined with preu monia fever for several weeKS is not improving fast but it isI hoped by his friends that he soon will recover and be able to fill his position in his shop s Mr Clay Coleman of Edmo ton called into see us while enr route to Columbia one day last weekand reported everything moving along nicely in his city Mrs J D Walker and Mrs JsA Diddle spent a day or so tin Columbia last week with the i relativesaudattended the ser f vices 4 Mr John Franklin who had the misfortune to lose this dwell ing with the contents a few days ago is now hauling spre paratory for another dwelling This is the second time that Mr jranklin bias lost his dwelling and contents Born to the wife of A B Henderson on the 6tnr a twelve pound boy Mother and child moare added to the list q Repubjfcans liiiIur me Y e n- frpm ed the 11t4where th- urohd ey a nicer and worted ire oir the teats txl of SIl rig eid Su r g We tre1 s tbttheY ClsultJ tfI both r 4of1 Y q t i tt I lrf k r i l it instYleandpyicei We want toisay here that our town is of small fiox ancf etlererhas not been a single case any nearer than one and onehalf miles of this place and these cases have all about recovered Now if you want to befitted from head to foot with the latest styled goods worth the money cornet to this market Died on the 5th Mrs Eliza beth Yates While she had been afflicted andrduring all this time she had been a great sufferer notwithstand ing all of this she bore her af flictions with great fortitude and tewasti Her funeral was preach ed by Rev W H C Sandidge before a large audience of rela fives and sorrowing riens Her remains were interred in theIYates cemtffcery She was a lady that every body loved and was a Christian m the truest sense Mr G T Flowers accomPa- nied his daughter Miss Mollie to the Russell Springs last Mon day where she has accepted a position with Mrs Mrs Wilsoji in a general store Mr A Ti Shirrell and Mr C 0 Moss have been on the sjck list for a few days j Mr J A Diddle and several of his family were a Iittle bit alarmed one day last week by eating something that made them all very sick for a short times Dr Ld Nell was called in and in a short time they wer all relieved f- At this time both ofour physi cians are kept usyas there isf tteredfabout0 Irvlns tore tp j Severalcages of grippe nd pneumonia in urJ community now i r f r Mr and Mrs Jonas Hammond r havebeen very sick but are oet ter at this writing Mr James Cravens was here yesterday to see his daughter Mr RP Smith P Smith and J D Ham IR are in Louisville this week Ibuying goods y Y Hopper was here yester day taking the school list nownPer wheat and the growing crop never lookedbetter J H Smith and M far Cooper of Foothill were here Sunday Sheriff C A Hammon was up tto see his mother Sunday There will be lots of peaches ypt if not killed he after Mr John A Lullrell and Miss Bertha Gosser were married last week another wedding soon but ican J not give names now Ella t or f Health of this community is good at this writingv v r lWheat is looking fine iri this neighborhood Farmers are making goodj use of the pretty weather r Mr Toiri J3ryant is ont sick list ihisweekv f Mr Willilfc aifo tfi vf ltearJ B Abt I lis it tIl MrB Abrelhand rvifetta ited Junius Holt I t SundY 9 ISeJmlf this lac it hd t7if fc S a J6 l jt v i if 1J J ii f 1r k f r Jzit f r JfighIadVPeOckb eau OIbioUnsi J L II Y Stud ii1 IT HIGHLAND PEACOCK property of Young Coffey Columbia Ey cherry bay saddle stallion 151 hands high weight 1050 Its 5 years old by Jordan Peacock 1148 he by Peacock 498 by vBlue Jeans 3 First dam Bessie Sewell 4805 by Raven Artist 1043 by Chester by Artist 75 Second dam by Black Whip Third damw CabelFs Lexington 3234 by Gists Black Hawk s v Highland Peacock js so well known by andradjoining counties as a show horse and breeder we deem it unnec- essarY to make any further statement as to his worth Pee I 0 to insure a living colt The Great Imported Hermence which once sold for 25000 and sired the great Hermis which sold for 60000 williheartily endorsed by the Kentucky Breeders Bureau and we think will be endorsed by nearly every dealer in the State His fee atone time was 250 We have the same jack we kept last yearLOCOFOCUS This jack has provenFee Seven Dollars to insure a living colt We invite you to call at our barn in Columbia and let us show- Y6u our stock Terms in all cases money due when colt is foaled mare traded ree s Young CoffeyYY Will make the present season at my barn li mil s south of Mill town and will be permitted to serve mares for the sum of J 2 to Insure a Living ColtiMoney due when mar is tradedor bred SI i to other stock ill Y t t 0 JHCK CHIN r2 j Tr i I will also stand this celebrated Jack the fee being7 The terms same as the above named horse v- Jt a BROWNING L ed the singing at White School house last Sunday Mr Joe B Neat and familY visited U B Dillirigham last Sunday 0 isterIMatraandLizzie Abrell visited at Neatsburg Saturday night Mrs Sarah Abrell ison the sick list at this writing x yj r Mr N B Pillingham and fam ilrvisited Mr Jimmie Piles last Sunday t Miss Etwol Williams visited her hunt atRussell pnngs last week Mrs Mag Perryman is some better at tms writing iMr Lilburn Bottom visited rel atives at Ella last Saturday and Sunday Y t V MissMaitiie Aiers visited Liz zijA refllast Friday night J s7 i Miss Gertie Bryant yisifedMa Dillinghair Fridai i nt ilIlS ktderir b e home tn Apply tQlIri ViUaCQtf1 tfl 3k 91G at4 tY rs fJ 7 L cSiP iM 1Y MlItlf brVj1 iy r jJjt lc r fft f Ar4Thelmported Coach horse Keltncr YY f Mr T A Furkin has gone tithe City to lay in his Spring YaM oummer goods Yxli Mr Clay R Coleman and brother were in Columbia Jalt Monday on business George Keltner is having JA very nice feed barn built fv The people of this section have a nice lot of tobacco plants I at tfyis season of the year Wheat is looking nice through this section The people are vail through sowing oats Y Mrs Sarah Price is very i9W Mrs Weedin Yates died one last week t 1Uiis Willie Shirley died Friday Mr Kinb dgersS v sick at this writing J 4 T7rThe hast been organized at PleasantH Ridge J MJrJJjim aAla 1L sahishouseburned 1Idevery thief gh l hid exc t his birn a Js 1h yt jilt ff p pi n t1 7r0 ae i t t TTCJT- IT Tit TI t TIT i i i t c ii r ZCgFLADAIRC IJNTYNEWSPhw u I hV 5 itQJ V11z6MABK T y 1 Latest Quotations on Uve StoclQ w iJ PSi iL7lf1wW CArn lii Shi5pingstfeerc J 4 r f4756OO Beef steers f 300525 Pat heifers and cows 3OO525 Cutters A V 2OO3OO Canners tl t 1 OO2OO i Bulls 2004003Feeders u i 350500 Stockers 225450x Choice milch wsl 35004500 Common to fair cows 4T 15003500 HOGS Choice 160 lo 200 Y 725 Mediums 130 to 160 690 Pigs A 550600 Boughs 600 downv SHEEP AND LAMBS Bestjambs Culls020305J Fat sheep04 down Y jGoumbiaHarket FEggs PdULRTY r 161 Turkeysy69Chickens I Ducks v 07 oWheatCorn ST 60 r PERSONAL l twpj businessFi Mr GR Feese of Watson was in town the first of the week PI Mr Bryan Montgomery spent Sunday at home He is now at Lebanon i Misses Mag Walker and Annie Kin rn4rc1 Nell visited Mrs J 0 Russell lastweek Messrs W H Flowers andJ W lasirIt Hon Geo Nell has retuhred home Ifrom Lebanon where he had been doing special revenue work Miss Stella Conover who lives a few miles from Columbia entered Liberty F jCollege Glasgow last week D Walker Gradyville spent at few days of last week with her j daughter Mrs Bruce Montgomery MrsJ I Richardson and little son Carl of Casey Creek are spending a fiBWAdays with her mother at this placeMrs Joe Young of Waterview Cum berland county js spending several 1pIweeks with her sons here R Kand Marvin Young v VIII tMr G W Rubarts and his sister Miss Sallie Bet of Pellyton visited their uncle Mr J H Pelley of this City lastweekS Misses Rena and Agness Conover jSviijAjiave been attending the State orntai at Bowling Green returned t irimo IjsTaf weEk MrWf Thomas of Smiths Grove is visiting her daughter Miss Sara Thomas who is a teacher in the Lw VS this place Mr Wm Conover who has been liv ing in Chillicothe Texas for several years is at his old home on a visit His friends were glad to see him George Montgomery left Tuesday morning for Quannah Texas where he will take up his former position as Bookkeeper and sterrographer for an abstract Company Mr Robt Toomey an old resident of Gr ensburg is reported dangerously ill He is about 88 years old He is a grandfather of Mr J C String and Mrs Sam Beck this place 4 Dr E A Waggener Arthur wlo was partly reared in Columbia a physician and surgeon of wide reputation is here visiting his cousin Mr Mont Crav ens other relatives and friends The last time he was in Columbia was in I September 1873 He passed through this place at night en route for Clinton county to wait upon his uncle Maj A contractcIand who was en route for the Clinton circuit court be ofyttimehis old friends and is deligh edTit1 t the enterprise and growth of vnI Commissioners Sale RUSSSELE CIRCUIT COUR OFKENTUCK4 0 B Vaughan c Plaintiff t uy Margie Graham cDefendantg By Virtue of a JudgjtnentandlJrderpf Safe Qt the Russell Circuit Cdnrtren Sdred at the February Termr ithet pf f 1907 in the above cause for whatever rpoethe Court may hereafter I rec J Il1UJt to er tQ Rusell dioo1 S riDggi Kentucky to the i e tbiddw at Public Auction on Sa 3yvthrth day of Mftyf 1909y at oriej S f tJ f irtIe t 7J oclock p m pr thereabout ippon ta credit of six months from dte pt sale with interest at 6 per cent the follow irigtiescribed property towit a cer tainl tractor parcel of land lying in Russell county Ky in the town of Russell coiita n about7 74 c mresVaughan deceased and the heirs of Golse Graham deceased And divided into lots or parcels as follows Numbered I and 2 ataj A BCD E F G H and 1 Lot No1 containing 21 acres and being the part that has the hotel on it Lot No 2 being the part that tonsti tutes the farm and contains 47J acres The remainder is located in the town of Russell Springs Ky and divided into lots No A BCD E F G H and I The famous Chalybeate Spring and health resort is located on tract No1 said lands will be offered first Lots No 1 artd2and ABCD E F G H and I will be offered separately Then lots Noi A B C D E F G H and I will be offered ABCIgether Then lOtso 1 and 2 and A B CD E F G Hand Tr will be offered together accepting the bid or bids that- will realize the most money For a more complete description of said lands reference is hereby made to the Judgment in the above styled action found on record the in Clerks Office f the Russell Circut Court in Civil rder Book No 17 For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and havingIhe force ane effect of Judgment Bidders will be to comply promptly with these terms R E Lloyd Commissioner Stock items Frank Rice sold a mare to Wm B age for 200 and an Iron grey geld inK five years old toE Hancock for 516rCane Valley Cor A 000 r C S Bell sold last week to Durham Hardesty of Campbells ville1 thirty hogs at 450 We did not get the a rage of these hogs GardyyilIecprt ooo Last Tuesday April 6th A L Foley of Eller Ky sold hjs fine four year old Peacock Stallion Captain Grady to Cornelius Stephens and J A Harris of Eli for 500 B E Foley sold a milk cow Tuesday to John Dockery for 30Eller cor Farm For Sale g111Ii gf near Esto Kyfor sale CL Medaris 1224t EstoKr S G Buff Orjpiifgtoris 12 purebred cockerels btitiful shape tJprizchping Itr RT Baker f2 tL AmandavjlleiKy The J R Watkins Remedies rep resented by J B Grant in this county can also be purchased from Rob ert Hudson or J H Pelly Columbia 22lm Pickett MY Allen Dudley is having a fine trade in the produce bus ness The little child of Otho Blank enship is very bafa with whoop ing cough and pneumonia W H Kemp and wife were in Gradyville shopping one day last week Severalnew cases of whoop r ing cough in this section Wheat crops looks fine in this part of the country SquiresPickett attended court in 0 Ul1l Ia week Mr John Durham of Greensr burg was through here qneday last week buying bogs Farmers are very busy gietting ready to plant corn Tobacco plants are plentiful in this section Burl Gilpin d grocer mah was there one day last week Mr Will Lyons and Bob Pickcv ett swapped horses one daylasfji veek the former ayingr difference irvH 1 j f Mrs eprgeW 5jcket is gtill ip bad health lMrsW L 13ffi is not im proving She hal lt J J Ld health for sometime v 1 P f A S L BiedingJ rHThElm 91 jiI1g r lj p this place are engaging mostly in farming wElch is the lead of IThewathwho have been confined to rooms to get out and take exercise for benefit of their ills Dr X W Scott was in our midst one day last week on busi ness The school at this place is progressing nicely Only three weeks till the close Our excellent teacher Miss Estelle Willis will be greatly missed I Breeding Base Ball Team vs W H met on Saturday 4th 09 for the first game of the season score standing 38 to 19 in favor of the Breeding Team Large ProxesI E G Atkins o3CdIumbiawas here one day last week in the interest of his firm J Zinsmeiter Co stopping at the Breeding Hotel The entemen of tliis place havenot room to walk on the YidovsMisses Zellalancl Della Petty were shopping atthis place one day last week t The West Fork or Wild Cat telephone line is now in opera ion at this point i IMr Nolen Petty has returned accountIProf G W Turner will sing at this place the third Sunday in April playingIbalserl ously injured t Messrs Clauvis fields Geo M ndIt p on went to Chest nut Grove singing last Saturday night t i Miss Estelle Willis visited her parents at Joppa l afew days ago MrJno W Simpson who was in Louisville having his eyes treated has returned nome Aunt Alsia Simpson whp has been lying at a low state of health is slowly improving Richard B Dillon and DrH B Simpson were at Ruby last week County roads are now h1fifle shape for heavy hauling l1YIaster Sam Simpson is on the sick list this week Farmers are getting their ground ready for planting Ethetstudents of B HVS has etun beIgreatly misseq by her many friends of Breeding yicinity Gadberry Several of the farrnersinthis part are about ready to plant corn Mr Joel Darnell who hasbeen very ill for the past two weeks is rapidly improving at this wrIt- ing The Sunday school at Smiths chapel is progressing nicely with Mr Joseph Rpsenbaum superinr tendent t4 Mrs Mary Galdweil dJagland visited relatives at this placeCs6yeral days of last week Mrs Tennie Dohoneyand Miss Mitfie Hurt Tisftlrs Nettie JOhnOnJond 1 cit rfSt week M t Sbil Boy spent everal t i i is 1 r ttf 0It r y it 44 4 4 Aii1 it 14 DCTII Duke of Russell No 3669 Duke is a bay stallion 15i hands high 3 years old with lots of style a nice saadle and harness horse and a good bred oneas you will see from from his binding below PEDIGREE Duke was zird by Jordan Peacock 1148 by Peacock 498byBIue Jeans 3 darnbyBlacki Duke will make season of 1909 akfthe Fair Grounds Russell Springs Ky at3 to Insure a Living Colt uAv LexThe stockofthis 4s Hamiltonian Denmark and was sired by Billie Thomas he by Old King David and tof a bred Denmark mare Lex is deep 16bay hands and 1 inch high 5 years old this c01ni g sprintr f Will make the present season at the same place for kto Insure a Living Colt Phil Dexter uu vu ue u QCU ue 311e OI more gooa saaa e 2 A a very horse 2 t Carpenter LivingColtHeresembleshissire iyearsiInall cases money is due when mare traded sold removed from neighborhood bred to other stock Care takento prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur i JH WOfIACKS Russell Springs Ky f + 4 We now have the Most Complete Stock i of Hardware ever seen in Columbia c CjJ IfyouIVL I f 1 4 it f lEEFieldjh t f 1rijr Uf i t = = the Best on the Market W 1 s cIfVY ul 4 IrY I YO tJ WANT rt j J4 T FIN AffD Oil i The Vl11cari Plow ift i r ori jir fi is one of the Strongest arid Best Made t Cce qfcp We SellQasoline EnginesSawsFeed mills Etc sts c I t Xt N01 P Jeffries Sons IGive iis icalf when in Columbia f or wire USf 4t f days of lastwJek at Bliss visit ing her daughter Mrs Jack Stotts Fannie Johnson visited Mrs Pattie Allen Monday of last week An infant hild ofMrf and Mrs Boss L6y7s died on March 28 Mr and Mrs Larue HurtI visited his brother Mr Hurt at this place last Mr DolphusPittman who has been in Nashville Tenn for the last six months returned home last Saturday Last at 1130 oclock Mr Samuels of Glensfork and Miss Gadberry of this place were happily married at the home of the officiating minister Rev G R Abrel only a ew intimate friends were ofiMrandione of Glensf rk best farmers Thbide is also in Ifril I11JWejrfRo 1iI Jobn1 i iS fjl1is- sieterMf Mattie iwi atGai 7 lin last i 1i ff it4 W if t d 7P i C 2i- l I Eller I M E Tarter of Decatur was here on last Monday Rev John Thomas and wife are conducting a meeting on Parks Ridge this week- J A Wilson an LA Bernard were at Jamestown on Wednesday Miss Vada Helm of Iiwas the guest of Miss Julia Bernard last Wednesday Born to the wife of S H Sul livan of Wesley on the 6thinst a son J CMcQueary and wife visit ed relatives at Fonthill last Sat urday and Mr J F Marcum Russell Springs was here Juesday buy ing produce Rev A F Ghrisman and wife HarveyareatlS e Ith fv tt i F M Brown r moyed fromjr i Russell Springs to this place lastvv i week We are glad to have him wit t IrirLTwentFurllirs iwThe Hams 1 y r Avewfth PWns JWttiftii S 1 r Hi oItir r SVff 3c Z We can meet the de= 4Imands The GreenSeal Paint is theBest 4wc t i o i L It Write IMrs Sunday Sunday forenoon Tommy SantiII business business Sunday r i V rw interIscenes ever presented to the human eye The atmosphere is compara tively still and in every direction except east the visitor can seethe Mysterious Mirage which seeminglyraisesnouseshorses cattle and other objects to his view which probably will be faded and gone fifteen minutest As the day goes by the windl rises and by 3 oclock p m it is at its maxium height the air is full of sand and it is withv some difficulty that people workout of doors By 5 p m4he wind lulls and asHOld Sol is approaching his IHhole in the wall the whole seems to be clothed in a robe not to be seen from any other point on the globe All over head the sky has as sumeda crimson hue and the purpleborder ensthe undulating prairie stretches away and tesard iulls towering up in the distance make a 4nbstsuitabl6bSckgrduni for naturespa tings i Whendarkt coineofrver thog issillnot a sound geetst- hT1isthrers zai1e thma qt- tin1y1ile4tofthe fanfI the sharp cackle of th lpra I chick enOli the avhOJQ f tj t o ft aSci Iii ItbJIcM iLM- ct1 JA 11t h f1A i x t Jr I ITIIT H T T 4I tr I 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 2 I rV L N Time Card 17t + IneffectM hdYDe Sl1MC SOUTHBOUND iNLv LOUISVILLE AK LEBANON f NoF27 I 7rOOam 942 am Nbt23 i8a5 am 1004 am MiNo 79 505 pm 740 pm 1 o 21 VOpni 1000 pm Na93 63pm 900pm NORTHBOUND v TRAm Lv LEBANON An LOUISVILLE No 24 548 am 750 ani cr No78i V V752am 1015 am Io28430pm v 655pm No22 628pm 815 pm 2o 92 732 am h 1015 rn- Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only t Ii C M WISEMAN SON f I ti Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians If Special attention given to work and all orders in j of goods in our line V v Oposite Music nail 132 Market t 1 let ist2d KyI I i j8 VETERINARY D Cr SURGEON nshaw Special Attention to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to takecare of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE IIALF MILE r FROM COLUMIA StLouisville ON DISAP P01NTMENT I Coffins AND Caskets P t HI keep ready for use all kindsof Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it- t would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs r W1LMORE HOTEL I L i w w WlbtvIO E Pioii- II FirstClass Table fr Good Sample Uoonie Feed Stable Reasonable Rates i e KY1GRftDyrrIL y Res Phone 29 Office Pljone 402 F Dr James Jriplett ilf i Dentist p r f JEFFRIESBLOCK k COLUMBIA KENTUCKY ji L I Br 0 S unba- tLi 2 eritist t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING t J PHONE NO 40 RING 3 I I kL1 iI coLuMthA KENTUPKY Iif Joseph fi Stones i o i I AttornyAtLaw- t df i i r Nd t 1 IfyM e Jlltai i otft djomgcouoti fJ torl f lP IJM 1lii tJ t Ir fii if i iiJt Joppa c The farmers are getting along nicely with their plowing v IiMrs Milton Powell who his been sick for some time is not so well at this writing Mrs Frank Sanders and daugh ter Miss Effie Mrs George Pow ell and daughter ssCoraMfsr Collins and Miss Flora Powell all visited atllrs H P Bargefs last Thursday Mr J P Willis who has been on the sick list is better Misses Gertrude Gabbert and LutaBarger of the LW T S visited Miss Elna Barger from Saturday until Sunday Mrs Tom Upton is some better now Mrs Frank Sanders and daughter Effie visited Mrs Jf P Willis last Wednesday Mrs H P Barger and two daughters Elna and Mattie visited at Mrs Tom Upton last TusdayS Mrs W W Brockman is some better There will b prea hing at Easter morning and singing ir the afternoon The singing con ducted by ofR XD Cabell and Turner Misses Luta and Eliia Barger f entertained a large crowd of young fol cs last Sunday evening There will be preaching at Zion the 3rd Sunday by Rev i Story Mr H P Barger sold a fine cow to Mr Luther Gonover price unknown IMiss Cora Cabel of Durinville visiting her grandmother Mrs t lis E Cabel of this place Up Before the Bar ofPitts1iKings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good famiI we wouldnt be without ymedicneI Chills Constipation or Headache they work wonders 25c at Paul Drug Co J jGrid rs Store We are having some pretty weather and farmers are busy plowing for their 1909 crop One day last week while El bert Darnell was plowing hi team ran away and killed one 0 his horses EL Grider and family nedIc to the X Roads The drummers are t calling on our merchant Bulan Grider Bu lan bought a nice line of dry goods Melvin Hale went to Columbia one day last week and had someIvery nice dental work done Frank Ashbrook is clearing out the woods where he sold his timber J L Haleboiightvanbtherioacl of chixs this week v T Jeff Fitch the wellknown logger 1of color is pulling his Gee line lnJ W 6exrovats woods this week Logan Absher is in a bad 1ildt l PO pshape j9orhooClattenqed at tlast at udayandSundayS Next Sunday Uncle Hales baby will be twenty Frankl pldj and he till calls rL bkdy t V UV TSelbycis out b4jyju cattl this week t i4iJe 8atn HrtItlazt Mdndy fQr 1iiics lh8lef hwUfl1tii B t p1i1er tO 1dn 7ty r Fr I jP 5 j k il if Ut r 2 t for he is always in his place He will be missed by aIIt especially byM rg ret Cullen Hale is improving the old home place by fencing and sowing grass He will sow about 30 acres this Spring Dr Dunham of Dunnville will call on Frank Hale in a short time and put him under a treat ment for rheumatism Aunt Nerve Hale has got a mare twentyfour years old this Spring and one hundred dollars wouldnt buy her She had rath er see Uncle Marshall go off than to give her up Hellp Marcus Hale lets hear from you through the NeWs Helm The people that did not get through breaking their ground last Fall have been taking ad vantage of the pretty days Born to the wife of MrG H Coe March 28 a son The Str Rowena is now making regular trips Str Harley was here last Fri dayi iMr Edward Oldham Jr j who has been in the army for the past three years returned hoin last Thursday on the Str Rowena Mrs Mollie Toler of Horse Shoe Bottom Ky is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Oldham at this place Mr Wooldridge and wife are visiting relatives at Rowena The roads are very good at present Sunday School at Jackman Bottom School house opened Sunday the 4th of April f Mrs S A Coe who has Tbeen quite sick for some time is improving Miss Nora Blankenship Helm spent a few days of last week with her brother Nathan Blankenship at Russell Springs Mrs Emma Heath spent one day last week with Mrs H B Helm Mr X W J Ckman who is having a dwelling erected will soon have it so he canmOveinit Cumberland river is very writingf lIre anew telephone line put up from Sewelton Kyto Helm Ky John Oldham of this pla eisj building a gasoline boat IC A Hammond sold his farm JiIaiIt b Miss Lizzie Oldham entertained a few friends last Friday All report a nice time t Miss Nona Minnie and liauta Mile of Creel b ro Ysi ed Miss es Dona Anna and Ghoul Helm last week Xv Miss Anna Helm is Xiv V Miss Laura Miller ing11 trli iMt PIeasnr i r 1 Although the weatJier isistill cool many have planted potatoes Ian some other garden stuff JtWheat is looking wella dF l Oats fairly well despite th heayyjrosts of the past week- Bro Bargerfilled his regular appointment at this plac on the Qfo1rtheSUildarD Match and will be here again the fourth vSurldaiy in this month after this he4 wil pch on the ecoml Sundy in fourtht t and i t r Y tw t 4r dNf iit lli t tn t i Ir i Red fat Twelve Pounds As an individual he is rather plain but not any more so than Red Bird On account of his plain individuality fof years old Red Birds worth as a breeder was not known or appreciated Having a common appearance he was given a poor opportunity to demonstrate his worth For this reason he was fifteen years old before the public fully realized that he was the greatest sire that this county has ever produced Red Bird is now owned by Judge Thurman of Springfield Ky and though he stands at a high price he does lack for patronage and notwithstanding his age hecan not be bought today for 100000 Th time has already come when the horse like man is judged by what he can do rather than by his appearance alone Grey Lexington has the combined action of the saddlehorse and the trotter In harness he can go high and fast No horse in Adair county not standard bred can pass himon the road As a saddle horse he 4efectsorer On account of his common individuality he has had an opportunity to serve many firstclass 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 ourse cannot be truthfully said of any horse CaneValleyone regardlessof breeding His yearling colts are near Purdy and of course were raised from common mares yet they are far superior to colts raised from better mares that were sent away and bred to horses at a higher price Anyone can talk but people cannot prove their words to be true For the proof of what I have said I refer any interested party to any colt ever sired by Grey Lexington His colts are walking advertisements of his worth as a breeder v He will Serve Mares at 10 to Insure a Living Colt forjockeyPEDIGREESired by Red Bird 1956 A S H R he by Joe Brown 1955 he by Lexington 3234 Birds dam by Baileys Dexter he by Cabells L inton Grev LexlDltons dam a standard bred mare entitled to register r to be a superb breeder G C Russejl of Watson raised a mule sired by this jack that never defeated in a show ring when shown single When it was four years old he rejected an offer of 26000 for it only one week before ifc died Twomules sired by this Jack were shown in the two year old class at the Fairlastyear one winning the premium the other the certificate This indicates that no better mules than his are produced in the county a good individual fifteen hands high and is in good condition to make a season He will be permitted to serve mares at S7QO Terms same as those mentioned above The above named stock will make the season of 1909 on the farm of Jas R Wade on Green River two miles east of Absher and two miles north of Purdy Stock will be kept on south side Of river 24 I 0 Purdy Ky lie Hutchison were visiting in four neighborhood last week They visited at the homes of the following Mr Hardih Cundiff Mr Geo Cundiff MrSicero Hood Mr Joe Hutchison Mr R H Montgomery and Miss S L Squires We had quite an en joyabletime Come again ladies We are glad to learn that Mrs James Butler who has had quite a spell of grip is much better IThe friends of Miss Nannie Eastgave h ra surprise dinner Saturday April 3rd this being her 21st The young folks perhaps a dozen in number met at the home of Mr Lucien Etendrickson last week and gave them a musical treat Some good music was rendered by the honie talent With best wishes for the sue cess of the Union meeting in your city and lasting good be done There is a time for all things b tit wouldnt hurt to pray a little when you are down on your looking under the bed for your collar button r Hews and weekly C J 1 50yr t S Blood Will Tell v- far rr 4 Individual excellence is not a certain guide to breeding powers and any ordinary individuals are among the greatest breeders the fact t tihdivi 1aI ce lence isjary a matter of indi vidual j andTiot a suite index of real ancestral possessions hiaybe only fairly W llhrn though NQwrit ri rt7 iv vJt ui z2 l k vtc fir2I f 4 i Grey r1 The Bird Is a Steel Grey 16 hands high and when weighs Hundred not not all Cabbells COLONEL BRECKENRIDQE ColonelBreckenridgewas Columbia Colone1Breckenridgeis Plato Wade birthdayS knees IIlysterynotaII Hevelppment Chespec5mn keepispersoii Seeingiid Lexington Stallion F WEEKLY T i 60URIER JOURNAL I HENRY WATTERSON Editor I Is a National Newspaper Democratic in I politics It prints all the news without or favor The regular price is 100 l Ifear but you can get the WEEKLY J lAUD THE ADAIR COUNTY NEws1 BOTH ONE YEAR L i For15Oi- f 1lj you will give or d your order to this paperrrnpt to tlie CajujierJournaL 1 Daily C ridJ inaiyr 600- I 1 Sunday Gourierlournair Yr 200 1 We can give you a combination cut I rate on Daily or Sujxday if you jIl writ thIS paper v t know sofnething of the man as well as of his talent r J faultlessly developed jin which ase vfe will probably be a I dii appointment ag a breeder Or he may be exceptionally well born but tinly fairly ifeiolc in wjiise lie w JI bred better than he is d v 1 jWKf 3rt tl r iL5I 1 ii f u Jt 11 j f fr S What promises to be a murder mystery was unearthed at Bloom iiigton Indjaha in the finding of au unknown mans headless trunk along the Indianapolis qurn railroad tracks The had lay inside ieite Eleven t artott ihdkated foulplay t7t Y j Jtl kl It tfJ ffi t WrI Q lr If f i I T IT TITITTTT r t r d T i J c 7TI ir e- j V THE ADAHfc COUNTY NEWS= t 7 1 Tz c r iT Woodson Lewis 1s wGre nsburg Kentucky ISNOW OFFERING A GAR LOAD EACH tt Studebaker A If Birdsel flilburn WagonsAlcar Oliver Chilled Plowsj A car load of Disc Harrows ixi t A ear load of f Cultivators Corn Planters andII One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display 9f Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade r LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R WOO d s oii LewisThe Merchant Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to Largest Sash and Door House IJ i in the South fSend your orders for prompt shipment v i and good goods We appreciate them 2 I IE Li HUGHES CO tA00YYT VWWWV + + 4 + t4+ i E matfket Bet 1st Bvook ti11e Catu y I 5o Different i Styles f Fence In Stock Jttlspy t Oofi- nHj Jill Kinds s CIjISULATIQNSHr FYAMt1iATlOM e Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Workt2 Wholesale to us Tf 116 St me 211215 E Main Steet- LOUISVILLE I KY 1r4 s Y 01ifiA DWA g dine Cutlery Guns WAqON MATg IAIt otiis K ntt1e yTelephone2167Both Phones HELD FENCE STANDARD STYLErMADf INSIXMEICttTS i winwfi w sIl 7l7r 7r rl7I 7K7J 7I 7ri r Dn James Menzles fjj K r i t 7SC 3jEIIFREE I Af= fnee ir IRESIDENCE f1l 4Columbia K ntucy SIl i t i XJ i2 4 J v I iLTTt1irt i J u Absher Mrs MVA Brbckmans condi tion remains about the same Mr OseyDillingham returned home Monday night from toretto where he has been engaged in the revenUe service r Mr and Mrs Van Humphress of Knifley visited at Delany Robertson Sunday John e C Bryant visited rela tivesinthe Mt Pleasant neigh borhood Saturday and Sunday Mrs RL Dillingham spent Monday with her sister Mrs N R Thomas Mr and Mrs Vernon Wheat were the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Humphress Saturday and Sunday Eld M R Gabbert filled this regular appointment at Egypt the 4th Sunday Mr and Mrs Tommie Rice and family Mr and Mrs 3H Morris children and Mr and Mrs N RThomas and childtea were the guests of Mrs S R Thomas SundayMr Sanders was the pleasant guest of Mr Matthew Robertson Sunday Mr Bungan Humphress of Knifley was visiting at W A Humphress Sunday Misses Bursha Vaughan Becca Brockman Altha Absher and Laura Holmes were the guests of Miss Bettie Bryant Sunday Miss Ruth Willis was vjsiting her parents Sunday Misses Emma and Clara Rob ertson spent Sunday with the Misses Humphress Mr Will A Humphress visit ed his daughter lYIrsW A Rice of Knifley last week Mr Claud Ciindiff happened to a very latstI Saturday while playing base ball at this place Cane2s ness y Mrs Elizabeth Cooley was visiting Mrs M A Brockman Sunday night Mrs G C Russell and son Howard were an Campbellsville one day last week also MrW H Absher r Jabez r 7 r Messrs B 01 Fry and Dennis McClendon are at home Jrom Richmondschool for a few days Mr J R Carson of Phil the grocery man made hisv regular trip here Monday Mr R C Hatfield was in Somerset last week on business Mr and Mrs T B Walter and their daughter Miss Bertha visited at M S Hatfieids Sun day Mr Neal a dry goods man from Knoxville Tenn was calling on our merchants last week Little Miss ITlonnie May Tomp kins of near Vinnie is spending i1MrsMr Virgil Poppleweir and sister flora of Vern were visiting Misses Ethel Popptewell and Kate SundaySJ R Ea tham and Corelin Wil son left for Illinois last week Mr Alonzo Ci Tuirpm and Mi Lola Johnson g vethelr neig bors the slip on Sunday morning March 28 and drove over toM Herschel Hughes and were qujtely married Mr iuriJinJsi Ie1tfJ y4 1 i ti r f CIsr z ilumEi Jiving by themselves since their mother died 2 years ago The bride is a handsome young lady intheplace May they live to enjoy a long knd happy life Lee Khan Cincinnati 0 the jewelry man who had the misfor tune of getting his leg broke near here last Summer and was brought here and the wound pressed by Dr Scholl will be at Mrs Wooldridges Thursday night We Will be glad to wel come Mr Khan in our town lon street Our roads are drying out fast Farmers are doing a good busi ness this week Uncle Charlie Owens who some time ago had a toe takenoff hadI a bad foot but is improving ly at present reports Mr S B Wade of thisplace is hauling in a fine lot of fertelizer which he has lately ordered from Fox Chemical Co Mr JR Littrell of Fonthill and Mr R C Dick of Baldock passed here one day last week Rev J S Smith of Russell Springs preached a fine sermon at Fairville church Sunday to a large crowd Mr Logan Wilson and wife of Russell Spring passed here one day last week Mrs Susie Rexrpat of this place fathersrto take care of him in his sick ness near Webb X Roads Mr Forest Foley who has been on the sick list for some time was here one day last week IWe are glad to see Mr Foley going about again Mr Y B Bradley of Fonthill was here one day last week The price of corn and wheat is getting high in this section ID Rather Pie Doctor than have my feet cut offsaidM L youllgieway eight toes if you dont said all doctors Insteadhe used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly curedIts cures of Eczema Fever sores Boils Burns arid Piles astound and world25c at fauII Thug Co t Ll Mr Adeline Stokes irs in this vicininy f last week buying hogs Misses Stella Cooper Eula Mollie and Eva Cookwho are attending school at Hidalgo spent last Friday and Saturday at hqme Mr Samuel Jones has gone to Louisville to purchase his spying and Summer goods IMr Orien C operand wife have gone to Kansas to visit utIa iMt Elmer Guffeyj who has been visiting relatives at this place has retuned to his home in Kansas Mr J C Burchett wife arid children Mr E PrKihnett wife and children spent last Sunday at Mr W A Jones Mr Tom Thatch of Washing ton is visiting relatives in Russell bounty this week bhMonday with their mother Mrs Jl 0i Guffey who is very sickat thiswltlrig IrIt if II S Colwr d rt j f r1t J rt M1l 1IJII t 7 f rJj t idd fJ s 2lf t tr i Jj tJ JI t otf k J Uf i r JThI E1 I Will MontpelierKYss JAKE is a bay stallion 15f hands high very handsome and po perfeetsound in every particular and will measure up to your demands if you want to raise an allpurpose horse n His binding combines the onbothonlybeingrare binding In every instance money is due when colt is foaled mare trad accidentsJoe Williams te farmers with nerYlIandf car of Binders Mowers Disc IOne Hay Rapes Also the Olin ver Chill Plows and the Brown Culti vators Wheat Dills Corn Drills A car of Wagons car of Buggies and a nice line of Harness In fact many things which not mentioned I J1H Jamestown iyI1 Binder Twine Buggy Whips I L I U G HARDWk K Prcs J H V Prcs R H DIETZMAN See WTPyne Mill Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 NIlihW1IGHTS DEALERS IN 4 ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 TliIRTeeNTH fN LOUISIIILLE SMOKESTACKS J Shetlron and Tank Work TcT fIilua WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of d aby have returned after a three stay in IllInoIs They are spending a few days with Mrs rsIA social was given at the home Jf nd Mrs ast un yinjgiti1 Z M i tr i wl Jlfif lriiit4 j fp T IllbetterI Prep furnish toI I one is COCKE Supply mACJ1IN1STS Machinery JRepairtid iJ Vancessr nicetiinK 2F rReYJese Murrell filled his regUlar appointment here last rSundaypre achin two nterest A3 zng sermonsr If Rev ZAID Wilhams wily reach j l at Asb orr chapelcla vf I t 11q 1gtbet j j Sip i May rttirtrtT r i iilr tw r l TaYi 1T Ir il r I B i c J J 8 1ri j m1t1 A T A TP rfrtivmV t ire i if Cane Valley No 1 l Summer days have again turn h ed to winter daysndit isnV 1 ing agaIn i J Born to the wife of Finis Gun 1 diff on April 5th a daughter v Ruth Sublett happened to a rpainful accident to sprain her i a1 ankle while walking across the room one day last week Shewas unable to walk for several days Work on the Methodist par j sonage has begun and only a few days until a ofawill be made in the appearance of the above named place Quite a good many attended court from this place at Cohim bia the 1st Monday Owen spbusinessW C Penick Green county was here Tuesday I vAllie and Virgil Wilson this placeb the latters parents in Creen county one day last week V Sullivan Grocer drummer was making his regular trip with us last ThursdayspMrs Geo Hendrickson and Mrs Ida Wilson were visiting in Campbells ville the firstoI the ti week The health of the community is said to be good better than usual for this time of year Mrs Una Scott of near Camp Knox Green county was shop ping in our townione day of last week We regret that we cannot ha veg along letter every week but our people aje getting along too good j to have anythIng to happen all the time so it is we cannot have both good luck and news A R Feese made a business trip to points in Russell comity last Wednesday and Thursday Miss Susie Kate Page was the guest of Misses Ada and Ma Feese near here last Friday Virgil Grissom made our town calling on the merchants last Friday Mr Grissom is from lumbia CANE VALLEY NO 2 tf v Misses Mary Wilson Cla j Bumgarner and Jimmie Vaugh MtingMr Eward Cox our photo grapher is doing a fine business Y IMrs Rose Stark who is hi a millinery store in Louisville was at home last Saturday and Su day V Rev Ben Voils of the Russell Springs was visiting here several days of last week Dr C D Moore the old vet er an of two wars is confined to his room with something like the gripPe Coy E Dudgeon is working vl with the Northern Poultry in Columbiar Wyatt Feese C Jl Dudgeon vj1 P Rice are in Louisville ti week NJMr Willie Wilson was at home several days of last week from IGreen county where h is farm ing t Abslier j h r 21The farmers of this place xe taking advantage pf the pretty t weather Some have all their jf ground broke t t GabbertTwere A 5 Brockma9sljStFri ay t 1 y flt IiiLia hfrtf and JIi mi o 1 t t imttXi 4f f tiJ t J q j if J Jor J I Ir d the Misses Humphress last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ethel Russell and sons 1 grEwsnat W P JjUlinghajns Sunday inMissestin were the pleasant guests of Misses Mattie Morris last Satur day and Sunday Miss Ida Holmes of Garlin visited her cousin Laura Holmes last Saturday and Sunday Mr Matthew Robertson arid wsisterfrimilyCane Valley last week Misses Ella and Sylvia Hu phress visited relatives on creek last Monday and Tuesday ThomarS ent last week with her aunt Dillingham Miss Katie Murrell of If ar- Cane Valley was the fguest the Misses East last Sunday Sunday School was organize at Egypt last Sunday We hope to have a good school Everybody invited to attend Mrs Harriett Robertson is ending a few days with her daughters Mrs Smith and Mr Bault of Holmes Misses Lettie Feese and Nan nie Russell Were in this neigh borhood several days last week Mr B F Thomas visited in Neatsburg last Saturday and Sunday Mr Ben Robertson visited his mother Sunday 1 r J Mr Elbert Cooley was the nest of Ifred Humphress last Saturday and Sunday Weed L i Married on Sunday the 4th at 2 oclock Miss Cora Coomer to rMr Willie Hamilton The rites were solemized jn a very impressive manner by Rev Roach attendantsrywere Flora and Mr Charlie Gowen The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr BasCogroom a son Mr and Mrs Harrison Hamilton of Basil community Immediately aft er the ceremony they went wherean a d ay success attend them all life is the wish ofjtheir many friends Mr Linb Moss and wife spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Joel Moore w nMr and Mrs Sherriir of Gra Myville spent last Saturday Sunday night with the latters sister Mrs Amanda Moss Mr Otho Moore made a busi ness trip to Cloyds Landing Jast 0S week Kinnardtwere visiting tMrJ F iltons last Sunday CoMr and Mrs Frank Firquin were visiting their daughter atR Rugby fast week isMr Porter England made a business trip to Columbia last Monday Miss Mer tia Sparks spent a day or so at Rugby recently Mr and Mrs Lewis Moore have been visiting at this pla Several days v The Sunday school at this place begun lastSunday MissCarrie Comptonspent ast Saturday night with her vcousin Miss Ida Comptdnv Childr rof 3eady tb- hA 1ts J S Fid ftI tJ t 1 t r J r uNu Edith I Farmers are preparing ound for corn theirj 1inThere will be Sunday School at Tabernacle every Sundayhmorning at 9 oclock Miss Cora Corneal is x very low J tfith whooping cough a t this JOwritingMr R D Williams of the L T Sv visitedrelatives and ends in this neighborhood from Friday till Monday i mIRoyse o f Garlin last Sunday night rMrs has been on the sick list for some timeis slowly improving IMrMr L T Williams visited friends at Columbia last Satur day and Sunday NeatsIIburg sMrs Minnie Harmon o f this place last Sunday Q Several from this neighbor hood were in Columbia last Monday 4 0 II Mr and Mrs E L Grant vis ited Mr and Mrs B L Royse of Garlin lastSunday night KnifleyIvisited the latters parents Mr land Mrs Welby Williams last Sunday r V i Nelly f The Wheat crop is looking fine in this section r The last few days have made us feel like Spring and the farm ers have been making use of their time There are a few cases of small pox between this place antl Gra d ville Mr Joel Hestand of Red Lick gettingitalong very welt Mrs Cattie Bell is on the sick list i toMisses Margaret and Kate Ii Walker spent one night last week with their sister at Rugby Mr and Mrs D W Kinnard spent last Sunday at J T Ham iltons Sunday school is progressing nicely with Mr J A Holladay as Supt attendedndt hurchat East Fork last Sunday Born to the the wife of Mr R H Walker a girl Little Lorena HoIl day has been quite sicker r t s inmg J st week onbusi- ess k n iSv i Jiil f 7 4Grociis i t Born to the wife of Mr JJC Bradshaw t Apr 1 a girl Mr land Mrs Matthew Aaron visited at Milt Cundiff s Sunday Mr W T Price of Columbia lof PceClerkxof this county was in thisI vicinity last week 1 Born to the wife ofMr E Vii Miller Apr 6adaughter Moth e er and infant getting along nicer 1y c 5 Mr John Ant is Ih a veryt critical coiditiqit at this time t W j All her W oja tr J i f ifL 9 i tt k dr iJiCC i 6 OOC3OOnEJCJE =OOE Rex Peacock Saddle a da PlebaY16 hands igh and is not excelled by any horse of this section tlof the State in breeding p qualities giving his colts size and style His first colts were foaled la s t Spring= = Out of the entire number there is not asor= ry one some of them selling for fancy prices Sere at 1000 to Insure a Livin Colt 0 l PEDIGREE J Pedigree Harness Morse Sired by Jo don Peacock No 1148 A S flR he by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans Noa3 Jordons first dam by Cabbells Lexington No 3234 he by Jiats Blackhawk Second dambyLizziefooraon sne LOUIS Jordon thoroughbred Rexs first dam by 2nd Jewel he by Artest Jewel Second damby Cromwell Denmark he by Old Denmark n Gov Wood I IThe8 He is black with high Serve to insure living colt at 6 for horse S7for mare colts ov Wood was sired by Wallace N Blackawk0Jack n v 0 vuuo UUUlUU Jam oy Brown Berkahe of Black Molly Ben MeTarlanr1a I nnejennette If The above named stock will make the present season at A 0 Youngs barn one mile north of Joppa on the same farm as Youngs Milli known Montgomery or Murrell Mill 1f Money due when colt foaled mare tradedbred to other stock or shouldanyJII YOUNG BROS Joppa Ky S 3Q0E3808 3F33 3 3QOIf3 300000BQ F3 F3 38 9BO8 38O M f Jordan PeacockNu- mber 1148 The Best Sire jf Saddle aid Harness Horses in the World Will make the Season of 1909 at his home in Gradyville Ky at the Low Price pf 15 to Insure a Living Colt yr J ingthego un and in harness they have the size they have theR style they have the qualities they have everything that thatbringsellingforother states by any other horse Did you know that Mr Otho MilerHof Moody Texas bought two of JORDANS colts lasl December forjlOOOVop rMr Miller just came to Kentucky to buy pne PEACOCK but he liked them so well that he tou He has written went r pftwo me since he home that Ji had made a mistake by not buying more of tnem Did you know that Capt Hampton of WashingtonCity sent to this county last fall and bought one of the best saddle that 5 v geldings JORDAN ever sired This is pnly a few of this sales of JoRDAiJs colts thatTiave beeen made since last fall I f just mention these to show you that they are the ones that are sellingand bringing more than double the 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 your rieu youknowJBelow 1 will show you why JORDAN is the best breeder K f Read His Pedigree JORDAN PEACOCK No 1148 sired by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans No 3 he I by Phillips Black Horse his dam by Grey Eagle Blue Jeans dam by LeGrand he by Peters HalcorzL Jordans dam LenaHivers No 760 she by Gabells Lexington he by Gists Black Hawk Jordans 2nd dam Lizzie Jordan she by Louis Jordan thoroughbred Jordans 3rd dam by Waggerner I Respectfully rTL GradyeMares fed at cost of feeor 50 cents per week tyr pasture i been confined for some time with the fever is improving MissEliza Vaughan of the L W T S of Columbia spent last Sunday at her home Mr and Mrs John Sandusky Columbia visited the Tatters arents last Sunday a Mr and Mrs M Loy visited at JW Vaughans Saturday Mr JW Vaughan is the own 4 r of another fine Peacock mare colt A f j V RJji w0f fru 3 Miss Annie Harvey the 4little ghterofMrnd Mrs J iW t i l j i t 1i r It V t i fi Harvey is very iatthis writing Many of her friends and Relatives are at her bed side Mr Hadis Harvey was the guest ofM Virgil Wilson Sunday Miss Birdie Rossen Rugby A was the guest of Miss Bulah Bean Sunday J Mr and Mrs Fran6i quin of Weed visited CW Scott Fri day night and Saturday Mina Scott was the guest of MrsrB Lfr Barrey Tiiepd y Mis Arthur Royse visited frear i fcRuby one day last week a fjf V r Knie tielittle dauKr 5 I 1 ter of Mr and Mrs S E Bitesf has been on the sick list h tismuch better Miss Mamie Bean visited Ruby Tuesday f X W Scott of this place made a business trip to Sparksville Saturday Jto and Mrs Bennard Harvey were atthe bedsideof their sick sister Monday i i edingIJsm Rpsof Jlugband K Hatv r ofparks viii heAguest ofro Jinp aIjl1ti y p 1 Sa