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I t i j L r Ir e t Jft I La f F 7 fJ7f r j M f ittrJ t jsf f bif 8 all j f 5 J j iV I 1 j + t lL i r VOLUME XII ZCOIJMfAnJAlRCtuNTYtl KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 1909 NUMBER 25 rr Death of a Good Woman The death of Mrs Harriet Yates the beloved wife ofMrCH Yates brought sorrow to many homes in Adair county The end came Tuesday night the 20th inst at her late home Grady villeShe had been an invalid for some time and her death was not wholly un expected She was a lady who wasc dearly loved for her many noble traits of char ter and for her devotion to God home and Church Her maiden- naewas Turk and her whole life was spent in the neighborhood where she died She was about sixtyfour years old The funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon by Rev JS Gatton of the Campbellsville Baptist Church assisted by Rev W B Cave and W H C Sandidge There were aaaany relatives and friends pres ent to pay the last tribute of respect to the one they were so much devoted to in life To the husband and only child a daughter Mrs Ella Robertson the News and this entire community ten ders their sympathy A friend who was well acquainted jarith the deceased will write a more extended notice A Tribute of Respect- W I The Gradyville Baptist Church and 4liftMissionary Society were bereft of one r jof its most active devoted and loving 20htr1lIt lovedand one who loved her church A and society SIS i That we as a church and society i may ever keep her name and life jshe lived before us and try to emulate her1 4 character Let us as members of said t church and society follow the good ex C amples set before us by her and lie so v when the summons comes we will be r ready to go to meet Aunt Harriet where partings will be no more That we offer our tenderest sympa thy to the devoted husband and loving daughter knowing that they have sus tamed an irreparable 108spThat these resolutions be spread up on the records of our church and soci ety and a copy sent to each of the county papers for publication and also to the family of the deceased Mrs Ella R Nell Mrs Maggie Y Nell Diddle Flowers fMrs Sallie B Wilmore Committee fi T A Tribute of Respect On Tuesday April 9 1909 the wife of 7 W W Yates departed this life Therefore be it resolved That in her death Gradyville Baptist Chuch and Spcietyhas lost a true and devoted member Though her afflic- i tions kept her from being an active Jmember Her prayers sympathies and tears were ever with those who were 0working for the Master ilThat we offer our sympathy to the husband and relatives of the deceased uptv and a copy sent to each of the county l ritpapers for publication and also to the J l family of the deceased 1Sallie B Wilmore v Campbellsviile Loses a Good Citi J z zen i tLast Wednesday afternoon Mr F P rf gaines died at the home of his daught er Mrs Dr Black in CampbellsvilleI He was the father i Gowdy Mrs W I Header and Mrs Black and was one of the best known men inTaylor county Formany years BurdickIHe was 76 years old and if we are cor rectly informed was a devout member of the Presbyterian Church His wife died one year ago The Orders Have Been Hadjh III i1 j 1 Special Judge J W Tuttle of Monti cello held a special term 01 the Adair Circuit Court on the 21st inst for furI l thr proceedings in the case involving the school at Colunibia Pur blIl iainOg the school and dismissing the ij counler claim cA the Contestants Also aidjudginff thac the common schopj e fpJlOpertrtD the towhi6fColunbia by Sopertiofl o law vests in the tru teds of tb graded school tor school pur if t I l oJ ITF trustees of the graded schdoLwill I flow proceed to organize the school levy i tx and at tliepropeitime em fiogf aSuperintendent and teachers for i 1i C 7t 4k IS i 4S said school The school was represented in tier litigation by Montgomery Montgomery and the contestants by W W Jones Rollin Hurt and James Garnett An appeal was prayed by the contestants the school I Russell Springs Fair August10 four day See the basket ball game next Saturday afternoon at L WeT S The Columbia Fair will begin Tues day August 17 and will countin e four days Mr James Garnett will make valuable improvments at his residence in the way of building varandas etc Buy the Ox and Homestead Fertili zer For sale in Columbia Ky See C E Young 253t I have a lot of new buggies which I will sell at rpckbottom prices I also handle harness C E Young 25tf Columbia Ky Mr B G Redmond bought of Lu ian Moore his interest in his fathers old home placeon the Stanford road for which he paid 450 The interest in acres is 45 Mrs Vena Coffey sold her home in which she resides on the pike this side of the bridge last Friday to Charley Herriford for 1500 Possession will be given in three weeks The offerings for all purposes in the Presbyterian Church for this Church year was 1303 The figure onewas omitted in the amountjgiven last week the sum only showing 303 In publishing a list of the names last week of all those who united with the various Congregations thename of Mrs Tom Waggener was overlooked She Joined the Presbyterian Church I handle the Ox and Homestead Fer tilizer the best brands that are made My place of business is at Montgom erys barn Columbia Ky 253t p E Young JEld W Gi Montgomery who accepted a call to a church in Meridian Miss several months ago has tendered his resignation and will return to Morel nd Ky and will engage in evangelistic work The official count in the primary is now in progress Should the commit tee find mistakes in the table we pub lish today the corrections will be made and the table again published next week Mrs Robt Yates who was a sister to Mrs S F White and Mr J N Cof fey died McGregor Texas about ten days ago She was a victim of pulmonary trouble and was a very excellent lady She visited her relatives here last yearIIn the Republican primary held in Adair county last Saturday there were cast in the Jailers race 1988 votes in the County Attorneys race 1789 in the Superintendents contest 1770 Circuit Clerks rate 1589 and in the Assessors race 1698 A basket ball game will be played on the LindseyWilson campus next Sat urday afternoon between girls of the Baptist Academy Campbellsville and Lindsey Wilson girls It will be an in teresting contest and the public is in vited to be present V Mrs J W Richards of this place whose reason has been dethroned for ten days will be taken to Lakeland She is an excellent lady and her many friends hope her mind will be restored This action was a trying ordeal on the husband but it was for the best Mr Rufus Defevers of Abshbr lIas a colt only two weeks old for which he has refused two offers of 100 each No finer colt of its age has ever been produced in Adair county This colt was sired by Grey Lexington Plato Wades Red Bird stallion Any one interested in raising a highclass colt should not fail to see this one before breeding Plato Wade will give a season free to any one that will find a sorry colt sired by Grey Lexington He will not have to dp this because Grey Lex ington never gets that kind 1t Taylor county has come to awise con clusion and will pay off her railroad in titsle1centmeet Ion the one hundred dollars for said rjpose The property Holders iof the county will soon pay the debt andwnen the burden is lifted the whole county will be at ease The Fiscal Court his certainly pursu the rightcpurse and its action should be unamimously rati- fled The only way to get rid of a debt if to pay it j iit 1 Ms 0 JC r J THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY The Republican primary election held throughout this county last Saturday brought out a very large vote bur it was a very harmonious affair ota dis turbance in the county so far as we have learned The successful candidates are as follows County Attorney M Rey Yarberry Circuit Court Clerk W T Price Superintendent Miss Pearl Hindman Jailer A W Tarter Assessor J M Wolford The candidates for County Judge County Court Clerk Sheriff and Coroner had been previously nominated by the Committe and their names given at the time The following table shows Saturdays unofficial vote and the offic ial count is not likely to change the result i IICo Atty Cir Clk11 Schl S rJailer IIIASsessor E Columbia 90 031i08 73 64 130 351 751 78 71 36 39i4 w Columbia 77 65 65 81 6082 ii 79 54 62 25 8 17 Milltown 58 29 50 32 105 1 2 78 19 S 62 10 9 J Keltner 48 42 23 r 52 85 4 t 7617 14 29 12 36 7 Gradyvil1e92 79 49 105 159 19 6 142 29 V84 25 18 16 Elroy 102 49 L M 88 96 48 90 52 87 19 14 Harmony 21 37 2 31 20 42f 32 2217 25 4 3 Glenville 86 23 42 47 4i 63 21 it 97 45 14 11 10 White Oak 84 82 103 49 77 79 9 84 76 F 63 29 42 26 Little Cake 107 56 92 49 77J 73 34 102 24 15 40 67 47 P llyton 62 Ill 21 3925 50 h 20K24 2851 2 611R- oley 81 707O574788546 377 8 10 89 11 KEgypt 23 413a1 20 ir 161 44 131 22 12 1 36 13 Cane Valley 90 72 61 68 60 98 26 g93 63 19 22 44 o lTotal 1030 759 790 79Q959 811 238 939 603 665 334 349 345 KS D Suffers Shutout at The Hands of LWiLS P The fastest game ever played by the LindseyWilson Base Ball Team was played in Danville Saturday April 24th against the L S D Team Judd pitched a great game for L WI- TSwhileas much can be said for Napier of KrS D his team makings veralerr rs he pitched the same way throughouthe game This Wds4he worst defeat that the Dummies have met with this year although they played three games with Central University Lineup L W TS AB H R PO E T Judd iyr 4 1 2 0 0 1RichR Juddpi rf 5 10 6 Stearrnaccr 5 IP 211 0 MUllsey 8 21 0 0 Rpsenfieldcfir 5 2 i 0 0 Wilson 3tfri3 4 1 1 2 0 Young rfvv 4 1 0 00J 42 11 9 27 KSD AB HR PO Ej Hovious rf r f 0 0 1 1 Porter 2b i 40 0 2 2 Fleming c Jrkv 4 00 6 Q CIarke3b vi 4 1 0 2 2 Napier p 4 0 00 1 Scott ss 4 1 0 1 0 Ballenger ib i 10 0 14 1 Carman If 3 1 0 1 0 Voycf 3000 0 30 3 d 27 Hit by pitched ball Judd 2 Napier 7j base on balls Judd 1 Napier 1 struck t out Judd 8 Napier 6 Time one hour and fifteen minutes Attendance 300 Umpire Collins Program The Adair County Medical Society will met in Columbia on Thursday May 13 1909 when the following program will be rendered Pneumonia H B Simpson The pestiferous Fly William Blair Smallpox U L Taylor Whooping Cough W F Cartwright The signs of the times J C Gose The Mosquito R H Perryman We shall know them by their grunts E L SalleeSWe would like to see every doctor in the county here onat day Important business to be tr nsactedIW R Crissom W F Cartwright Committee tlJ Taylor Strayed There are five black hogs with a few white spots on them marked with split inrghtearwin weigh about 190 pounds They have been oh my premi ses about seven nvbrithsv The owner can have same by proving his owner ship and paying expenses of advertising Allen Keltnery V 244t KMilltQwn Ky S t BullS12 pure bred cpckerel beattittil ltaP i and plumage at 266 each Eggs from prize winning tXkfcookltrain at panic pricsL00 for 15 R T Baksr- 20tf Amaiaillc Kyi K ifi itl 41S lt t 7r n iit r iti7 fjff i j S Stapps Sale James Garnett executor of the es tate of the late J S Stapp disposed of property as follows last Thursday Fred Myers one bay mare 76 00 Dennis Eubank sorrel horse 7000 D Crenshaw bay horse 60 00 Frank Sinclair brown hdrse 67 50 Albert Stapp bay horse 29 00 C F Mantz bay horse 62 00 Same party brown horse 65 50 Grover Grissom black mare 51 00 J C Vanlf oy bay horse 8900- J T Page sorrel horse 30 00 J W Stone bay horse 75 00 Clem Burton black horse 55 00 Nat Montgomery black horse 51 50 Albert Stapp bay horse 90 00 J T Page black mare 52 00 Mrs Hattie Stapp the widow retained under will eleven head of horses at their appraised value of 850 00 A sawmill was sold to Edwin Stapp for 175 00 Mrs Stapp also retained other personal property amounting to 49190 The Spectator plant was sold to CS Harris for 475 00 Type writer buggies harness and other personal property were sold and the total amt of everything disposed of by the executor was 1977 72 Total amount of the property retained by the widow 1361 90 The property Mrs Stapp retained is for livery purposes and she will continue to run the stable at the same stand the business to be managed by her sons Alber and Julius Is at The First National Mr 6 A Taylor of the Montpelier country has a position in the First National Bank this place and entered upon the discharge of his duties last week He is a oung man of excellent character possessing fine busi ness qualifications Whatever he under takes to do he does well He has many friends throughout the county all of whom will be glad to learn that he has accepted this responsible and honorable positionS Eloped to Tennessee v Last Wednesday afternoon Mn Henry Keen and Miss Mamie Stephens of the Gradyville country eloped Tenn essee and wire married on Thursday Both the groom and bride are quite young They doubtless have returned and been forgiven by this time The bride is a daughter of Mr C C Steph ens one of Adair countys prosperous farmers Thegroom sa young farm er and has many friends How to foiled Your Accounts t 5Tec6llect mites accounts and claims anywhere m te United States and make no charges unless we collect Writextousi iT AYSj COLLECTION AGENCY 253m t Somerset Ky for sale Z 75bD15 Scbrri WC YateBiPprtlaud j Ky h flJ 0 Y f 23t tt1 w 1t f r 7 J i Get ready for Field Day at the Lind seyWilson May 1 Columbia Lodge No 96 F and AM will meet next Friday evening The J R Watkins Remedies rep resented by J B Grant in this county can also be purchased from Rob ert Hudson orJH Pelly Columbia 22lm The funeral of Mrs Mattie Bennett who was the wife of Mr Z L Bennett will be preached by Rev Marion Antle the fourth Sunday inMay at 11 oclock at Pierces Chapel Montpelier Mill Company grinds and crushes corn every day Exchange flour for wheat Flour and ship stuff for sale Pay 125 for good wheat 20tfS MontpelierK- If you want extracts arid spices that are pure and will give entire satisfact ion get them from J B Grant who represents The J R Watkins Remedy Co 22lm Dr R M Armstrong of Salisbury North Carolina son of the late W J Armstrong of Creelsboro Kentucky has been appointed member by the Gov of N C for a term of five years to the North Carolina Board of Exami ners and Registration I will be in Columbia May 3rd County Court day and any one wishing lots in the Mulligan addition can see me on that day Will sell a few lots cheap to anyone wishing to Imild Will trade a lot for good saddl horse 7 R 0 Mulligan The Jf R Watkins Remedy Company is represented by 3 B Grant in Adair county who solicits your trade if in need of pure extracts spices stock and poultry food and several valuable liniments salve etp They guarantee every tiling they sell 22 1m Mr John A Parrisli of Bakerton who was here last week and informed us that he thougfit the Adair County News thebest paperheever read did not muster up courage sufficient to tell us that he was married to Miss Hattie Brockman the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs G W Brockman few days before leaving home Persons1 desiring to buy the Hotel property at Russell Springs including the celebrated chalybeate Spring or to buy building lots inthe town will remember that there will Joe a sale of this property by the Master Commissioner of the ssellCircuit court on the grounds on May8tb next Goodchance for homes or investment Some eight or ten building lots will be sold Sin addition to the hotel property Besgjfi Boston a little girl six years old who is living with Mr and Mrs Robt Hudson met with a very painful accident last Wednesday afternoon In passing across the pike at the Stapp livery she stepped upon a nail which penetrated her foot about onehalf inch causing great suffering Dr R Y Hindman was called and administered to the child but it was several hours before she was entirely relieved from pain Mr A G Dunbar who lives near Jomestown reached Columbia last Wednesday night with the remains of his wife who died at the Seventh Ave nue Hotel Louisville at 4 oclock that morning The deceased was very much afflicted and had been conveyed to the city by her husband the intention be ing to place under treatment of a specialist She grew worse soon after reaching Louisville and died at the above named hour Her death wis a great shock to many Russell county friends My MockingBird Where have you nmYbon Ybird To leave alone so long One whom you have so often cheered With your enchanting song Haveyou away to cQlegEbeen1 As runs themoderoruler lOr gained your vocal knowledge in The birds own common scnool Each morning at the dawn of day Upon a perch so grand rr As it to make a reat display You sing to beat the band y Sweet harbinjBrerof genial Spring 0 To tell of Springing flower Thrice welcome eas we hear yptf sing To us of shady bowers Should human kind their arts pursue Wtth all their vain endeavor Could they produce such strains as you To rival you could never Although your songs are all so sweet Aamioit p f us ypufre phoney Tils not pfotl1erStCrePfttY But sngnone of your own T lk iJzMjrrJ 5ST t- l STOCK ITEMS r J B Abrel bought a horse from R L Neat price unknown Mr S LSWilliams sold one cow and calf to Mr Easom for 32 dollars Ella cor 000 J A Parrish bought a harness horse from Charley Herriford Thursday for 110 I 0 0 O Jo Coffey Jr sold Rollin Browning a bay harness horse for 165 ooo Tilford Petty of Inroad purchased a good young mare of J N Coffey for 195 Glensfork cor 000 Judge Herriford Columbia bought one milch cow from G G Campell for 18 one from W J Bean for 24 and ElroyIper pound 1 of J M Campbell 1 of J W Campbell 1 of J G Campbell 1 of H M Stotts and 2 of G G Camp bell for 25 He then bought a mule from same partyfor 40 Ed Stotts sold acow to W R Royse Royse then sold the cow to J W Harvey and bought a brood mare from same party price unknown Dirigo cor 000 Charles Herriford sold John Parrish of Cumberland county a horse for 110 and bought a span of mules from him for 340 He also bought a pair of rules from the Widow Daugherty of the same county for which he paid 350 v boo Mont Harmon of Edith sold a span of extra good mules to George Grace of color for 400 000 Mr B Deering of Campbellsville received nice bunch of hogs at this place Tuesday prices from 4 to 5 cents per pound J R Tutt sold to J A Thomas one three year old horse for V 110 Mrs N B Dohoney sold to Mrs 7 Sara Thomas a cow for30Milltown cor i 00 O Mr i T Hamilton sold one mule for l100 Mr Clay Kinniard sold one mule for 125MNeircor V Will Build A Brick Mr Brack Massie has contractedwith Mr Lonny Simms and father for a brick residence It will contain eight rooms and the plan will be modern Mr E G Shaw has the contract for the woodwork The building will be located in front of Mr Massies present home Material is now being placed on L the lot 0 Buff Orpingtons There is no better breed of chi kens They are large industrious and the best of layers Healthy and strong whil small but little trouble to raise them I have as pure bred as any one in this State and none will surpass them in form size and color Eggs only for sale at 100 for 15 Mrs Hugh Noe l Columbia Ky Farm For Sale I have a good farm containing ill acres good dwelling good outbuild ings near Esto Kyfor sale 224t C 1 Medaris Esto Ky iNew Blacksmith Shop H Jo McGaha has opened a blacksmith shop back of the Columbia Grocery Co He does good work and besides shoeing he will repair buggies and wagons Try him 25tf We are receiving private bids om our store stand but have made no positive sale Anyone wanting a good stand has an equal showing- J M Lester Sons Kendall KycI Subscribe for the Adair County News f and the Louisville Times Thetwo papers for 350 v SSr MJlltow t i Th healtEQfcthis community Is good at this rijtingV T yMri rrsssiusBr d r fj ing yisiteif at Mrs Sate Thoma j I Saturday and Sdnday h lAvIrmers are busy erigaiged atfr r this place plantiigv corn If J Ii v V Mr EddHatcner will move hi i W mill from Blis3 tr Mrs Ps4T- homas farm next week f ii i iSIS j it1 d4 t11 np o l61Yt fIfy1t9 I 1 t 3S J Ji rITHE J j- I P ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i x iJ NNOUNCeMeNTS 4O404O FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE it We are authorized to announce that Mr J C Carter of Monroe county is t a candidate for the office Court Judge in this the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce Geo M Miller of Monroe county a candi date for Circuit Judge in this the 29th 4 district subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY We are authorized to annouce A A t Huddleston of Cumberland county a 1f candidate for renomination to the office of Commonwealths Attorney in this the 29th district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce H Vanzant of Metcalfe county a candi date for Commonwealths Attorney in the 29th district subject to the action of the Republican party Short Stops Some men never will learn anything and other men never will forget anything While you are telling a hard luck story good look is trying to whisper in your ear Most sympathy for our misfor tunes has an undercurrent of you might have known better Lin Hotels that advertise homelike surroundings too often put the pressure on the expense and make it too homelike Eli Timms says that when he sees a young man acting silly he says We are only young once and then thanks heaven for that There is this difference be tween a tailor and a dressmaker r A tailor never tells a man that he has the finest figure in town A woman whose husband has bought a new automobile can switch the conversation to auto mobile in two sentences no mat ter what topic is up f A baldheaded man will swear at all hair restorers but a man L with false teeth can be induced to give a testimonial for dental t powder any time r When a man tells you that he has something to say to you and that he would rather say it to your face than behind your back you know whats coming Along with such minor things as roses and dandelion greens and bluebirds and the like spring brings in the greatest thing in the word green apple pie r An oderless onion is promised 1 Now what will become of the man who is always writing to the paper wanting to know how to remove the odor of onions from his breath xJim Jones who isan old wwiceo mans record on hats in the last 20 years prove that she wouldnt It stick to one political party more than two weeks if she had the ballot It is difficult to realize looking tat a big fat bald man that there was a time when his mother sat down and wept silently while his father took him to the t U barbers and had his ringlets cutr toff Yes si3ter a womans tears can melt a mans heart but you should also remember that a I Jr iinan will goagood ways to see a r woman smile ngoa good deal farther in the other direction to J Icieep from seeing her cry r Abel Todd who is a rank here thathNns c oboe atiori of lihe average church tcholrandIts wrangles does i6 eY r it pJ P5tP t it 1fi u f jJif tj 1 fr 1if j f i7 encourage him in tfye idea that heaven will be ahapyy place if everybody has to sing all the time T Early and Large Vegetables There are two ways in which every man who takes pride in his garden likes to excel his neigh borOne is in having the earli est product and the other is in having the largest One may earn a reputation for having the sweetest peas the crispest lettuce or the most mealy potatoes but all this is eclipsed by one big squash or turnip or one vine of early tomatoes though none of these prizes may be any more than tolerated for the table Earliness is the result of condi tions favorable for the rapidity of growth and quick maturity A warm soil still further improv ed by the addition of available plant food and abundance of humus A little nitrogen in some form is butblater it encourages a growth of top which retards maturity This is not objectionable in case of some vegetables but it is not ad treatImentlettuce and asparagus or other plants grown for the top would not be commendable for tomatoes and beans or plants grown to their fruit A balanced ration is most reliable in this case and barnyard manure serves the purpose best if it is to be had For producing large vegetables the requirements are different A long season is desirable For this reason an early start should be made and maturity retarded so as to secure a long period for growths The soil should be in good responsive condition The plants are not to be forced into a rapid growth at the start but are to be kept growing through a long period Stimulating nitro genous manures are to be used sparingly but phosphoric acid and potash are the independents the former seed or fruit growth and the latter for root He who succeeds understands the requirements of plants and treats them accordingly He sows the seed and sees that conditions are what are most suitable Na ture will do the rest To Live a Century It is said by observing the fol lowing rules one stands a good chance of being a worthy member cs the HundredYear Club Eight hours sleep o Sleep on your right side Keepyourbedroom window open all night Have a mat to your bedroom doorSt Do not have your bedstead against they wall v V No cold water in the morning but bathe at the temperature of the body f Exercise before breakfast Eat little meat and see that it is well cooked Eat plenty of fat to feed the cells which destroy disease germs Advoid intoxicants which de stroy those cells Daily exercise in open air Allow no pet animals in your liVingrooms J they are likely to carry about disease germs ave in the country if you can Watch the threeI s drinlang water dam drains j JTake frequent 4rid Jftortfipiy da Ysu ly s J f fW 1 J fk C fJ r uvk f ilf r Jr f2f1ir p The4tIi District Convention of the Christian Church iL x Will Convene at Pleasant Hill i i v May 28th to 30th v l f FRIDAY EVENI Gf 3 1 t 1 Song and PraiseService 2 The Need of Closer Cooperation in Christian Work M K Gabbert C C Loyd 3 Rightly Dividing the Word F J Barger Leslie Bottom SATURDAY MORNING 930 1 The Quiet Hour 2 Organization Appointment of Committees 3 The Message of the Pioneers JM Weddle WGMontgomery 4 The Bible School Address by Prof H L Calhoun 5 Kentucky Centennial Program a Teacher Training Class Z T Williams b Organized Adult Bible Class AH Baugh c The Bible School Choir y RM Hopkins AFTERNOON 130 1 Song and Praise Service 2 Reports from the churches V C 3 Reports from the Evangelists and Committees 4 Our Plea Its Success Symposium a The Bible Our Creed Robert Kirby- b Restoration of Apostolic Christianity IC Winfrey F J Barger c Union of Gods People W G Montgomery- d Baptism for Remission of Sin J M Weddle 5 Our Centennial Its Mea ingR M Hopkins HL Calhoun EVENING SESSION 730 1 Devotional 2 Our Missionary EnterprisesSymposium a Country and State R M Gabbert Leslie Bottom b Home Mrs ZT Williams C C Loyd c Foreign R M Hopkins SUNDAY MORNING 10 O CLOCK 1 Sermon by A H Baugh 2 Sermon byI R M Hopkins 3 Communion Offering News Notes Dan Lanier aged 34 is the youngest gradfather in Georgia The Model Brewing Co of Evansville Ind has failed Miss Mary Chaney of Zanes ville 0 was butted to death by a vicious ram- Two men were killed in the ex plosion of a nitroglycerine factory at Gordon Ill hangled murder ofa member of his own raceGov Willson commuted the death sentence of William Green the Negro who was to have been hung in Louisvill Friday A gas explosion occurred at the nine of the George Creek Coal Iron Co at Farmington W Va and three miners were killed Robbers dynamited the safe of I the Bank of Lucian Okla and escaped with 1000 in currency and notes to the amount of 9J 000 St Louis business men have or ganized for a vigorous fight against Statewide prohibition The bill is now pending in the Missouri Senate David Roberts former vice president of the Tennessee Coal Iron and Railroad Co and a retired capitalist died at Birm ingham Ala aged 63 Will R Elliston prominently connected in Nashville Tenn committed suicide in Los Ange les His wife was a daughter of the late Gen W H Jackson of Belle Meade Attorneys for Duncan B and Robin J Cooper filed in the rim I anal court at Nashville 46 reasons why their clients recently con victed of the murder of former Senator EW Carmack should be givehanew trial Prof Wlt Council president of the Agricultujral and Mechanical College for Negroes at Nor mat Ala one of the foremost educators of his race ih tjtecpun i t 1r J f j jI t ry t k iI rr jffltj1 try died at his home in Normal He was born a slave Charles J Bronston former State Senator and one of the best known lawyers and politicians in Kentucky died at his home in Lexington Thursday night He was a sufferer from heart dis ease which caused his death Side Talks With Brokers But for slumps you could not appreciate a rise Every time you make an as signment blame it on Fate One way to whitewash your self is to blacken your accusers Ina business deal say only half you think and think only half you say Mind your own businessand neighIlineNever help a friend out of a hole for to every man a sense of obligation is insupportable The millionaire remember worked hard for his pile You will have to work harder to gec it away from him The difference between the bathroom and Wall Street sponge is that out of the latter nothing can be squeezed Tell your wife all your busi ness affairs at the same time re membering that a secret in a womans mind is something that is really worth telling The Mule Industry Much more attention will be paidin the future to breeding of mules as there seems to be mor money in them than in any other class of livestock just now Ordi nary twoyearbid mules now bring 125 asagairistt75aDd8t- a few years ago The better class of tfeoyearbids bring as high as 200 Older sthat are well broken are selling from 200 to 275 each and fancY ones go even a little higher Of course QdtlacksIg burO Democrath Vsv nr i3kir h1jYJ y v iy w t4t1 S1f 1r ar 41 = B OOO aQ0 If Neat Clean Rooms I I The Hudson House I IRates 100 Per Day I Q I am also prepared to furnish 1 S IJYour Business SolicitedRI ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky I IJ IT Next door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pi eQ I09000af30DQcao8E3 f 3C800CJooaE3S0SC3JlCJ0f tJOT1N A OBSO- G l sBU G TUc E- F k1ts Eiough I Pionieii W1eFeri f to fence in Green and Adair counties 1 The Stay wires on this fence ate sQJattached that they cant slip ontJteILine Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Getstl i rPoaltrry getting t Jto fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad vertised in recent issues of The News rrmcrrr rr Y YYr r rrrrra SXSSXaXsXS SX2 1II I handle every thing that is kept ine a General Store such as cloth iling boots shoee etc etc make a specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods and have large stock on xhl II r j1 L Mrs Ermine Wilson W i Russell Springs Ky AS XXXXX c FRANK CORCORAN HighGrade t Marble 9 Granite i JnCemetcry work See US keforc i H of gall kiid you btu 011Y I Trade from Adair and adjoining counties ij i solicited jn Main Street Lebanon Ky l i i f M et5 MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY 4l ir zA THE RIGHT PLACE Jr i MR t See my Stock of f fi GENERAL MERCHANDISE f 3 I r 1t Pi otlee diJf 1nt + i Pxy 1rKENTUCKY it1jJ J J A J r J 7 T TE itti I I T TTII HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS E 715 HUBBUCH BROSJE 524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET 7 IUIVI1I I rC LUUI3YILLC3L I CARPET AND RUG STORE w7l 71 1 Offers E The public selection so broad and varied that every tasteE IEand every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying 1E power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu ic facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the E biggest and most prominent storeWE get the best and IE choicest always T I Visitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited I 1 us vvv VIWI J1lit 4I1I7i51I5 iSiSiSu1 f2711IIA15f1Z5lt PI VEI1Ij11E iE Fifth Avenue Hotel PIKE CAMPBELL MGR D f 7 jRefurnished Redecorated and e i mpdied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu w1 1lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale I v j t I t7Kv Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE m s FIFTH AVENuE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Il 1 Ps Louisville v1Ie KentuckyEI 5f1 As7i5 Thf1I7i5I5 PUiifIII i1i1Z725 A iiI f r r r r r r fr r tl S r KIMBLE HOTEL I 4JW KIMBLE PROPRIeTOR 4 4wwww4 il4 GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREE 4ww w www 8 4 LIVERY AND FEED STABLE iN CONNECTION 4 4d 7 4RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY 4 v I L I L The Louisville Trust CompanySouthwcstiGorncr LOUISVILLE f Organized under special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi r ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin trator Trustee Guardian Assignee Retver amtto fin every pr si tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar i lal and profitable management guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great ancial strength 1909 1909 1FHE YEAR OFGREAT PROSPERITYJ READ Wcp Bmrat0 JPUli tANDSHAlE FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wal to all who Subscribe for Six Months or aY AtlasI EVERY TRUE KENTUCKY SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS I The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and Complete Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3500 J colors on heavy map paper It contains six pagesx2x36 inches The Chart alone is worth 150 The portraiSof all the Kentucky Governors sonic of them very rare one the OUi in There S1re11Ucothermap3of great value among them a map of the United States the and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A page is given over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year VotetStilteOffiClalsHouseCongre lonal ludicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem JIALPRIocratic U andRepubUcan State Central Commit State Executive CommitteesSenatorial Counties of Kentucky when made and Counties Area and Population of the Pananma Cana Great Lakes Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip Area and Population of Statesand Coun The States eningPost Kentucky Governor Wall be to who subscribe Evening Post for One Year at 300 or for at 200 by Mail This price only for cannot getThe Evening Post delivered r or Agent for Sample Copy and full description of 99 better stiSI subscribe today ami ptat once THE EVENING POST LwiiivUle Ky OK THE WALL AT AND THE EVEIHNC potWITH THISPAPER lLWl fostinii the Adair OQunty liws I ft 350 tf i fir t AIII t 1iiJ1tr J td t V ii Y1 VJY J r i SCHOOL fOR CONSUMPTIVE Cincinnati Board of Education Will Establish One In a Forest The Cincinnati board of education recently adopted a resolution intro duced by President 3M Withrow providing for the establishment of a forest school where children suffer ing from tuberculosis or exposed to the danger of the dread disease will be taken care of The resolution di rects the building committee together with the superintendent of schools and the health officerUto investigate and report upon the feasibility of estab lishing a forest school where such children may be kept in school with surroundings best adapted for their Instruction and for the return and preservation of their health Dr Withrows plans are farreach ing He proposes that the forest school shall be located somewhere out on the hilltops or even In the country He Is now considering a site In College Hill Once the school is established arrangements will be made for taking care of the children They are to be taken to the school at 730 in the morn ing and kept there until 6 oclock in the evening The transportation will be paid for by the board of education A kitchen will be established in con nection with the school and the chil dren will be fed also at the expense of the board Every endeavor is to be made to keep the children outdoors the lessons being conducted in the open whenever the weather permits After the school has been given a trial it is probable that tents will be put up so that the children can even sleep in the open air This will be the first institution of the kind in the United States There are a few such Institutions in Ger many and the results they accomplish are said to be wonderful Every mem ber of the board was enthusiastic over the matter I tiiink it is the most humane thing we have it in our power to do said Member Emil Pollak GRANTS CABIN A MUSEUM Augustus Busch to Collect There All the Generals Relics He Can Find Augustus A Busch who recently SIGrantas Grant farm has converted It into a model game preserve says a St Louis dispatchThe log cabin which was carried around the country for exhibition now occupies a position on the farm overlooking the Gravois road It will be opened to the public as a mu seum It is the intention of Mr Busch to collect as many Grant relics as pos sible and restore them to the cabin The cabin itself is as General Grant left it except that a few logs have been cut out of an inside partition The old spring house where the gen eral kept his butter eggs milk and it is rumored his liquor which was said to be the best to be found In the state has been preserved In its entirety A fence of musket barrels that saw serv ice in the civil war surrounds the cabin A veteran who served under Grant is caretaker- To the right of the cabin and a short distance away stands the former home of Mrs Grant a two story stone house typical of that period The large barns and other buildings put up afterward under the personal supervision of General Grant are in their original state IBLOOD RED PINK St Louis Florists New Carnation May Rival Lawsons 30000 Flower A variety of the carnation wnich may rival the famous plant for which Thomas Lawson paid 30000 is aI product grown by Vincent Gorly a Louis florist and botanical connoisseur The flowers which bloom on these grafted and regrafted stalks measure from three to four inches in diameter few of the blossoms being under three inchesMr Gorly has named the new variety the Vincent pink It is blood red Over 12000 were worn in St Louis McKinley day Already the variety has been intro duced into France England Ireland and SwitzerlandS BY MULES TO INAUGURAL Four Ohioans to Ride In Antique Car riage to Washington A unique pilgrimage to Washington to attend the inaugural of President Elect Taft is being planned by four well known Columbus 0 business menC M Kinnaird B H Harmon Simon Lazarus and J W Moore They will make the trip from Columbus in the old Governor Tod carriage pulled by four mules The rig will be driven by George Crouthers who formerly drove a forty horse team in a circus They will be guided through the West Virginia mountains by Sandy Wilkin an old West Virginia hunter Home Seeking With a Brass Band Prairie schooners carrying five Ger man farmers and their families from Oklahoma eighteen in all recently ar rived overland in Logan NM in the eastern part of the territory to settle in the surrounding farming country The caravan of schooners was accompanied by twenty head pf hors land the first schooner carried a big Ge n3nbIIld of eighteen pieces the martial strains of Die Wacht am Rhein heralding the advent of the home seekers Possum May Jt itcir Turkey It is reported that 1ttb next Thanksgiving dinnerrs rved in tihe maIr ctbe Iiltn4 tvt 7 fJi js t 0r t otJAItJJ r r r J Iitr IKentucky Kews x Gov Wilson has been confined to his bed during the week Mrs Richard Cobb 78 years old died last week at Stanford- A golden eagle weighing fifty pounds was captured near Win chester Miss Lizzie Butner aged 13 was married at Lexington to Jas Yeager Jim Holt a police character of Louisville was run over and kill ed by a train Fire at Georgetown caused by the explosion of a coal oil stove did 27000 damages About 75000 was distributed last week among the tobacco growers in Shelby county Mary Hayman was arrested and fined 10 in Louisville for at tempting to kiss a man on the streetSThe Southern Electical and In dustrial Exposition at Louisville is proving a great success- J E Cassell a widely known aeronaut died while on a visit to relatives in Louisville James Kennard of Mason county committed suicide by shooting himself with a shot gun A school tax of nine cents was levied in Madison county to be applied outside Richmond- A mail pouch was stolen at Lebanon Junction and found in the woods near by cut and rifleS Deputy Sheriff A N Crooks and John Scott were badly hurt in a runaway accident in Bath countyThe Presbyterian Church was burned down at Fredonia Cald well county and night riders are suspected Former United States Senator James B McCreary has return ed from Washington to his home at Richmond The body of John Russell who was drowned six wee sago was recovered from the Ohio River at PaducahThe Pacific Railroad Co has paid its Franchise Tax amounting to 100000 into the State Treasury Mach and Arthur Whisman father and son were arrested in Wolfe county on the charge of killing Goff Prcfitt William Sidner a wellknown resident of Waddy Shelby county died of hiccoughs complicated with the grippe Gov Willson pardoned Charles Carrol of McCracken county serving four years in the peni nentiary for malicious cutting Miss Zena Schwaller aged nineteen years was found dead in bed at her home near Anthos ton Henderson county S Chas H Waldron was killed by gas while tightening rivets on the inside of a boiler at the L N railroad shops in Louisville Dr W E Cave for twenty five years pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Pa- ducah has resigned on account of bad health A jury in the Circuit Court at Campbellsville gave W A Druin 12 years imprisonment for viola tion of the age or consent law Subscriptions amounting tol 370 were taken up in the Second Presbyterian l Church at Paris Kyioto be used for foreign missions ur thl New Man ion tie ftflfc Si3he HrdMn-U 1F Jirj li J JFt if- ll fr I is the name of an interesting mechanical apparatus designed by a Pennsylvania man to take the place of the ordinary farm helper It is said the machine can be installed for 900 and that it will do the work of two men There are many good points to the automatic hired man It will not smoke a pipe in the barn or chewtobacco behind the kitchen stove It will not tell wicked stories to the farmers sons or tell of the strange things to be seen in the city It will not take the best horse out to give its lady friends a ride During the summer the abtomatic man will work in the sun as well as in the shade and in the winter it does not lay off because of misery in the back It can even be made to build the fire in the morning which is something that no human chore man thinks of doing c ID Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of PrincevilleIll but youll die from gangrene which had eaten a way eight toes if you dont said all doctors Insteadhe used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever sores Boijs Burns and Piles astound and world 25c at Paull Drug Co Poultry Notes Whitewash the hen house once each year- Never feed mash or grain in soiled feed troughs Empty all water receptacles at night so as to start with fresh water in the morning Now is the time when the lice get busy in the chicken house At em with the kerosene can andwhitewash brush During warm sunny days raise the windows and open the doors so that the houses may be thoroughly aired and dried out Clean out the nest Koxes oc casionally putting in a fresh supply of bedding or chaff or other serviceable material Apply kersone to roosts with a cloth or swab every two weeks during warm weather to kill the red spider lice Hens that begin as pullets t3 show signs of developing spurs very rarely make good layers they will be found slow to come to the laying age and their eggs will not be very numerous nor as a general thing will they prove very fertile Cures Dyspepsia Trial Is Fre It is a popular mistake that only wealthy people who cat rich and highlyspiced foods suffer from dys pcpsia oras it is also known indigestion The laborer in thestreet the worker in the field also finds him self a victim of this disorder Among the very greatest sufferers from it are womenDyspepsialslndicated by a constant feeling of laziness by loss of appetite and troubled sleep by sour stomach and dis tress after eating by bad complexion and lusterless eyes There is no surer and speedier cure for this trouble than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which dyspeptics have been using successfully for twenty years This herb laxative compound cured caPtCof Buffalo la of dyspepsia and greatr stomach that he had had for forty or until the lucky day that he Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It Joel Adams of Montgomery Ala after t suffering continuously for sixteen months These are only a few of the many But it Is not expensive to be cured with this grand remedy as it can bought at any I drugstore In a 50cent or 1 bottle Your very neighbors are probably lifelong users of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin but if you want to know without expense what it will do for you personally send your name to Dr Caldwell and he will be HeIstest of his remedy keepItgrericy as constipation sour stomach Indigestion biliousness dyspepsia heartburn torpid liver etcwhicbmaycome on a member of family any day Itis pleasant to the taste gently and does not gripe It is the great childrens laxative If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want advice1irrUIit answet you fully 3rhr ii no mt tito wile The ddreis kDr W B- Mwl Ncadw 1at1o l 1 + 1J A SPLENDID OFFER iff JVi 1 You can get The Louisville Times regular price 500 a year and The Adair County News both one year for 350 The Louisville Times is the bestlt afternoon paper printed a n yi where Has the best corps of corres pondentsSCovers the Kentucky field per fectlySCovers the general news fieldS completely Ha the best and fullest mar I ket reportsSDemocratic in politics but faii to everybodySSend your subscription right away to this paper not to the Louisville Times This specialSlow offer may be withdrawn at any time so get in now This rate is good only for inail sub scriptions and we cannot accept orders for the Louisville Times where that paper has a regular agent who furnishes papers by the month Two papers for less than the price of oneJIf you want extracts and spices that are pure and will give entire satisfact ion get them from J B Grant who represents The J R Watkins Remedy Co22lm LIIFor The Farmer Potato and turnip parings boil ed and mixed with the morning feed are excellent for laying hensSA tablespoonful of cornmeal may be fed to breeding ewes if they are in rather thin flesh but be creful with corn as it is too heatingS II Do not shear your sheep too early If the season of 09 is anything like last year late and cold a hint in time may not come amissSEvery dollar added to the av erage income from the dairy cow in the United States adds over 20000000 to the nations production of wealth To make the greatest profit the farmer must get the maxi mum yield of milk from his cows this can only be done by liberal and intelligent feeding Last year over 23 000 000 bush els of rice were raised with a value of 1800000029 per cent above the fiveyear average and its value 23 per cent above v The ordinary corn or wheat cockle is described by the De- partment of Agriculture as a bad poison fatal caseshaving resulted from eating flour containing a- very large proportion of cockle IP Buff Orpingtons There is no better breed of chi kens They are large industrious and the best of layers Healthy and strong while small but little trouble to raise them I nave as pure bred as anyone in this State and none will surpass them in form size and color Eggs only for sale at 100 for 15 Mrs Hugh Noe1- Columbia Ky The J R Watkins Remedies rep resented by J BGrant in this county can also be purchased from Rob ert Hudson or JH Pelly Columbia 22lm Tkr are iwke ihttsoJaintbeUAitlSt cca than of any otkertnaka patterns eouaco accuracy jty i211 i cudeT Qireen ofP Mea HaliLaIesJapiine Otis year abipiioni2 nunibrs coti r 1a eta a MCMPM tdal t aiim t oomf iilb t r ii- Ii r I h 4M THEUOAIB COUNTY NEWS t ft341it untfItw 1 iJi iPubIiAcd cittdnesday r BY THE aldair CountyNetopany INCORPORATED 4J1AS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests the city ofColumbia and the people of Adair adjacent counties Int red at the Columbia Fostoffice as second- cIaiimaI1 matter WED APEIL 28 1909 Gov Willson has finally fulfill ed the desire of a large percent of those whovoted forhim to be Governor of this state The pardoning of Mr Taylor Fin ley John Powers and others in dicted for the murder of Mr Goebel was predicted while his campaign was oiiand in fact was one or the main incentives in giving him a united party vote although the temperance question was presumably in the foreground It is laimed by Republican papqrsand Republi cans in general tliat a fair trial- could not be obtained and that Jthe Governor should pardon Such jl claim is mere bosh The Gover iorhad the power to appoint a trial judge and could have ap pointed a Republican who would ihave shown every favor desired J3uc while this could have been done it could not keep theevii tjence in thedark and would not Serve the purpose of a pardon even thoughan acquittal should follow The entire gang has Jbeen freed not cleared given liberty but not restored to the confidence of ajlarge part of the people Themurder the entire punishment hasfbeen placed by the Republicanjparty on Youtsey who is serving a life sentence doingkdOubt neither do we doubt the connection of those set at liberty Jt is a foul injustice to make one man suffer for the murder while others are setfatjliberty Henry Youtsey ought t6 have w a pardon not because he is innocent but because he is guilty and no great er sinner than those set free That his party has saddled the crime on him forthe purpose of disproving conspiracy is plain that there is no real genuine de sire to make any one suffer fjr the deed is also clear but out raged justice forces a pretex to place the guilt somewhere and Youtsey must suffer The Governor ought to write him a pardon and throw off the thin veil from Republican sentiment and if he fails to do so the first official act of the next Demcr pratic Governor should be to write Henry Youtsey a pardon The Columbia Spectator and plant was sold to the highest bidder last Thursday and as C S Harris became the purchaser The News will be mailed to every t paid in advance subscriber to the extent of the paid time in lieu of The Spectator unless otherwise directed All those in arrears to the Spectator are requested to I settle the same at an early day Since The News is now time oily v paper published jnArGblutiiBia we desire to tate toM itsreaaers i Y andafens4ht MS sgffiibi r i policy pursued intheja4v1111kI U3KJJ rqdJQ lnt rJ H i sameeforts tomake 1 t iunn8 intereting wiLl no be iiXea J Jn4ct the cloefng and PR11I fJli 1 ffjJlIAh t t it 1ga t 1 of The Spectator will snot in anywise effect the policy of The aloneV5g3x fcell tne storyofthe happen ingg of Ibis sectioniitls here to aid and the advancement to share its part in the responsibili ties in blessings We trust that no one will feel that The Spectator was suppressed through political motives For several years it had failed to be profitable but its sale was neces sary and unavoidable through the death of Mr Stapp It is a well equipped plant but this com munity can lot profitably sup port two publications In offer ing The News in lieu of The Spectator we feel that no injust ice will be done any one for its news service is well up to thev best local papers in the State To one and all regardless of politi cal affiliation we trust that The News will be heartily received and that it will merit a liberal patronage The birthplace ofJJefferson Davis in Christian county Ky7 was purchased by Col Bennett H Young and S A Cunning ham representing the exCon ferderates last Saturday The grounds will be turned into a park The property cost 50007 As a protest against the pardoning of Taylor Finley and others Gov Willson was hanged in effigy at Frankfort Saturday night L The Senatorial Convention j The Republican Convention which met at Jamestown Mon day afternoon was Lshrmy affair Mr L B Hurt of Adair was elected Temporary Chairman and Mr W G Keene of Cumberland was elected Temporary Secretary The Committee on organization reported in favor of the temporary organization There was a contest in Russell and also in Clinton The regular delegates from Clinton were seated Thereupon the Wayne county delegation and the Russell delegation withdrew from the convention Hon L T Neat of Adair was then placed in nomination with a few well chosen words by Mr W A Coffey for Senator from the 16th district receiving the unanimous vote of Adair Clinton and Cumberland winning the honor While these proceedings were being had the delegates from Wayne and Russell were holding the second convention and that body nominated Mr Lilburn Phelps of Russell The matter will go before the State Central Committee Nell Mr S R Walker andwife and Mr J T Hamilton and wife attended the funeral of Mrs Ailsy Simpson at Breeding iast Wednesday MissuMargret Walk rretumI from Columbia last Sun dome MrR S Royse of Dingo spent Tuesday night at JT HamlitonsMr Kipniard and son attended the singing at Breeding last Sunday Miss Annie Kinniard returned home from Cblunibia last Saturday accoiiipanied by her brOther iijw DrtDatrie Menziea Master James Hunter is visit i1 Msheriat G1 idYiVille this weelc jr I f I Misses KiterMaymi n d- Blapch W1kual Mr L Well JrlPklRy 3 i r if z d if ItrflVf iii J v t1 Student Summer Conference The Kentucky Student Sum mer Cozifereel1be held at Danville June 1117 under Jhe direction of the State Executive Committee of the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associa tionsThis Conference is held for the purpose of bringing together the student and faculty leaders of the universities colleges and preparatory schools and giving them a techITical training in the methods of Christian work among students It is expected that practically all thq institutions of higher learning will send delegations and elaborate plans are being made for their comfort while at Danville The Conference will be held in the buildings of Central University and the men will live in the Dormitory of that institution Danville is an ideal place for such a gathering as this It is centrally located and its Uni versity has splended buildings athletic fields dormitory etc This Conference while not large will bring together the most representative of educators andreligious leaders that will come together in Ken tucky during this year The speakers and leaders have al ready been selected and include the following men Dr Herbert L Willett Uni versity of Chicago Jno C Prall Iowa State College A H Lich ty Columbus Ohio Dr Henry F Cope Gen Sec Religipiis Education Assn Chicagq Dr E H Lindley University of In diana Dr Ira Lendrith Nashville Tenn Dr W M Anderson Nashville Tenn Frank H Butt and many other promirientm l i4 Absher People of this neighborhood I are about ready to plant corn j t Mrs Lillian Rigney of Gar in visited her aunt Mrs Harriet Robertson Saturday and Sun dayc i Eld M R Gabberl filled his f f regular appointment at Egypt Saturday and Sunday MrDP Rice spent Thursday night with Mrs M A Brock man Mrs Ethyl Russell and sons are visiting at Mrs Elizabeth Copleys this week Mr and Mrs Phil Sherrill and children of near Columbia visit ed at Delaney Robertsons Sun day and also Mr and Mrs Jas Robertson and their cousins little Miss Zone Moore of Coburg Rev M M Murrell filled his regular appointment at Parnells Chapel Sunday iftIIIM Welby Cooley visited at IJillinghams Sunday tMr and Mrs S W Absher Lewis Moore of near Cane Valley Visited at Burton BryrnVs Saturday and Sunday Mr Curt Hindman and sister Miss Pearl were in this neighborhood a few days ago Bill Hancock was at Mr Wm Humphress Tuesday Misses Bertha and Audra Biil ingham returned home Wednes r day accompanIed by MrBruice tT1S Whiter of Neatsburgi tIf Mls fou- of l t the isses Humhres Thee L V day mg ht 2 j 1 ewa1tr Xtf jitij c 3 kJoJ Vtt IikC r J days a rW A Humphress On Tuesday April the 20th Mr and Mrs W A Humphress entertaineda large number of their friends and neighbors A bduntious dinnerrwas sprekct in honor of their daughter Miss Sylvias 21 birthday The dinner consisted of turkey cakes fruits candies and many other things that make a splendid dinner Miss Humphress received a great many nice and useful presents of which she re turns her many thanks The day was well spent and will long be remembered by those present In the afternoon some fine music was rendered IIU Obituary The sad intelligence of the deathof Mr U D Hurt Colum bia Ky came as a shock to all his relatives and friends al though it was known that his condition had been serious for some months It is a c nsola tion in this sad hour to know that he lived and died a Christian When a boy he professed his faith Jn Christ and during his whole life his trust never waver ed Although sorely afflicted with disease and knowing that the end approached yet he was patient and cheerful and his example was a benediction to those who were with him As a citizen and member of the community he was highly re spe ted by all who knew him and was ready to perform every duty conscientiously As a member of the church he was active and useful Since he was young man he has served as a deacon in the church and was ready andcheer ful in responding to every call for service as he was able As a brother and husband and father he was both loving and true and his relatives revere his memory When he went away he took much with him that Jld been built in to his life and character but he was left much in his example and his influence still abides When the end of life drew near and he knew that he must go he spoke words of counseland consolation to the friends who were present and sent a message of veand cheer wto the sisters and brother who were absent Then bidding all a fond farewell and affectionately kissing his loved one he took his departure for his home in heaven Five years before when his mother died he gave his promise to meet her up yonder and when the end came he closed his eyes and peacefully fell asleep to open them on the beauties and glories of the eter nal world and to greet his mother who had gone on before He leaves to mourn his loss besides his wife and two small children four brothers Larue Walker and Albin of Kentucky and Winfield of Missouri and two sisters Ellen and Bettie of Macomb IllMay the God of all comfort keep and console the bereaved and may the assurance of a reunion in that upper and better world fill us with courage and hope as we bear our burdens here Vr Sister Ellen Vr M acorn bI 111 0d p JQg I I VJh g Wjlt rzftice i JI l k adjoijc- oeiiea jr f l t ti iji kirli iidtiJ Jr i J j l 1 1 tif ri 7 i It Highland Peacock Head of Young vtoffey Stud If HIGHLAND PEACOCK property of Young Coffey Columbia Ky cherry bay saddle stallion 152 hands high weight 1050 lbs 5 years old by Jordan Peacock 1148 he by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeans 34 First dam Bessie Sewell 4805 by Raven Artist 1043 by Chester by Artist 75 Second dam by Black Whip Third dam Cabells Lexington 3234 by Gists Black Hawk Highland Peacock is so well known by the people of this and adjoining counties as a show horse and breeder we deem it unnec essary to make any further statement as to his worth Fee 0 to insure a living colt The Great Imported Hermence which once sold for 25000and sired the great Hermis which sold for 60000 and a great many others that brought from 4000 to 25000 will make the Season at 10 to insure a living colt Hermence is heartily endorsed by the Kentucky Breeders Bureau and we think will be endorsed by nearly every dealer in the State His fee at one time was 250 We have the same jack we kept last year LOCO FOCUS This jack has proven himself an excellent breeder and very sure Pee Seven Dollars to insure a living colt We invite you to call at our barn in Columbia and let us show- YQU our stock T Terms in all cases money due when colt is foaled mare traded jIremoved from the neighborhood or bred to other stock N ere sponsible for accidents N Young Coffey 1909 i F H 8 r t II 19 9t 7j BROWN EAGLE This celebrated Stallion will make the present season at my barn 3J miles East of Sulphur Well 3 miles North of East Fork and 2i South of Liletown and will be permitted tQy serve njayres at the low sum of 1250 byMyby the 4mile race horse Denmark he by imported Hedgefort Mont Eagles dam by Cabells Lexington he by Gists Black Hawk Brown Eagles dam by Tuberose he by Cabells Lexington THIS IS EXTRA GOOD BREEDING- N B DESCRIPTION Browu Eagle is a handsome dark bay 151 hands high He is a fine individual in every respect No horse possesses a better set of limbs he goes all the Kentucky Saddle Gaits and has plenty of keen action which is now so much in demand and commands ths highest prices in thmar ket He drives nicely and has lots of speed He isa horse of fine style and high carriagepBrown Eagle has won the following premiums at Columbia sweepstake ring for stallion mare or gelding at Burkesvillesecond for saddle stallion mare or gelding at Somerset sweepstake at Monticello sweepstake at Celina Tenn sweepstake for saddle stallion mareor gelding and for the best stal lion 4 years old and over g BILLIE J 1000 to insure fi Sr DESCRIPTION Billie is onehalf German Coach out of MonteCris niare Re isa beautiful Mahogany Bay 4 years old161 hands high and w iihl I200 pounds is a typical half Coach Stallion with great style aijd action VH has ofthisjtalliprices but are especially valuable for general purposes BLHOK CLOUD V SeptemberdathIadyMay 4 II JOHN tt l This Jak is blaci with white points 16 hands highsplendid fine byTarlirgtonSan imported Jennett 15 hands T iJack will make the waaohinrban and will serve matet5for1 0Qtou lureJrongcolt 8 OOlf 6ffPaid bipnbr1910 L J I c The above stock itnd by iiraice the money MfetW hare sinfabI iyJaoksb taken topYat OOcrIrilott J I O trot zr SU 1 jttI Jt a1kftJ l1 I V1 irl t I tJ t fi h1 i4 iptD1j i tJID C0 i l t Wit j J if 1 Ijl MJt i wtM 5t7 s6 t J ii J Iit n t fI 11 + ih j i th P t cki4I J J t r o tj it s J iil 1 Fii t t b b y w M THE DAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 4rnfrenprLOUISVILLE 4 J Latest Quotations on LlVe locf i1 L lflJi lfiitIJ t J J QATT Et0 ShIppmgst er i 4 756 OO Beef steers 1 OO525- fatheIfers and cows 3 OO500 Gutters 200300 Canners 1 Bulls H OO200I Feeders c Stpckers V 225450 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 15003500 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 H 725 Mediums 180to 160x 680 Pigs v 535585 Roughs 615 down SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs i 05 Gulls I 0203- Fat sheep 06j down Columbia Market i POULRTY Eggs 17 Turkeys 69Chickens J 11 Ducks 07 GRAIN Wheat 125 il Corn 60 t7C rir r r PERSONAL t Mr W R Lyon was here last Fri day Mr Charlie Parson was in Gampbells ville Sunday gMrs her son in Louisville Iserman the tailor visited his friend- here Thursday Mr Geo W Thomas is in Columbia lor a few days Mr E L Moss was in Louisville the i first of the week if Mr W R Hoskins Campbellsville was here Sunday Mr Cameron Dunbar Creelsboro is visiting in Columbia Mr WL Brockman was here from Glenville last Monday Mr A D Coy was in Louisville a few days of last week Mr A G Norris made his trip to Columbia last week Dr Peter Conover returned fro Louisville last Wednesday night Dr J H Grady and wife Grady vile spent Thursday in Columbia Eldl Z T Williams and wife are spending a few days at Montpelier Messrs H C and J A Parrish of Bakerton were here at the Stapp sale s Mr C M Hindman and wife Mill J town were shopping in Columbfa Thurs day Messrs G W Staplesand T C Dav idson came home to participate in the primary Mr W B Sanders and Mr J ttt unnell of Campbellsville were here Thursday Mr J T Hancock and wife of Alba ny spent several days of last week in ColumbiaMr H W Aaron and his son Nathniel of Liberty are here for a few days Mr H T Bsker returned from Eli grea1YM R Tand W F Baker and R F Rowe all of Am andayille were here last Thursday Mr Wm H Brake of Marrowbone visited his brother J B Brake in this county last week- dayMr R G Austin was here two s of last week Bob is always given a hearty welcome Mr R G Woods cashier of the Ru sell Springs Bank and Mr J D Gri der same place were here at the sale Messrs H A Buchanan and Read Caldwell two prominent farmers of Burdick Taylor county were here Sat t urday W F Hancock Frankfort and lflriM Rob Reed Campbellsville reach mbia last Friday and remained Sundayi t Mr and Mrs W E Bradshaw and their little son Edwin will visit Frank fort this week The two latter will re Imaintwoweeks il1dr A A vHuddlestpn Republic p- J c re n IL the p tice of Commonwealths Attorney w here the firstof the weekr kl i v j d Myers end wife and dIIIhtrilM ils Gillc I firrahdlIt l F Paullsleft t i atMontYiot i c IO r Jr 1S f Rt Wni ivc dewn quar t last Thursday the first gr f itTtrai iaoofo It ii hoped th Ji t f r F fY I a shej is on af fair way to regain her jealth v l Mr W D King of this place is now traveling for a Baltimore notice house He left Monday morning for Campbells Mlle where he received his samples He will first make a railroad trip Mr J H Turk of Glasgow was in town twp days of last week He was accompanied as far as Gradyville by Mr Tom Turk who was a brother of Mrs Harriet Yates deceased Mrs J T Carson of Campbellsville who has been visiting her daughter at Jamestown stopped a few days in this place on her return with her sisters Mrs Margaret Tucker and Mrs Kinnie MurrellaHon M Rey Yarberry will leave thisi morning for Baltimore Md where he will be detained day or two and from there he will go to Denver Colorada to appear as a witness in the Federal Court He will return home in about two weeks Mr Jo Russell wife and little son Jo left Friday morning for McHenry Ky to be present at the marriage of Mrs Russells sister Miss Annie Dun can The name of the intended groom we have not learned but it is our un derstanding that he resides at Green ville Gradyville Will Hill spent last Sunday in ColumbiaDr Yates of Edmonton was here one day the first of the week Brud Walker and Rufus Pul liam of Nell were in our midst one day last week Edmons ton spent last Friday in ou city Levi Dulin the popular bar ber of Edmonton spehtf a few hours in our town last Friday Several from this place attended the Stapp sale at JDolumbia 0 last Thursday Al Pedigo the wellknown stock man of Glasgow was with us last Friday rJ A Diddle is feeding a nice marm ket Henry Parson has one of the best mule colts in Adair county Mr Pars6nlias refused one hun dred dollarsfor the colt i Brack Caina W pent last Sunday WellfDr S A Taylor of Mont pelier was shaking hands J with Jiis many friends in our town Jast Wednesday and Thursday W R Sexton and Dave Gar- yin have accepted the contract of painting Mr Curt Bells residence at Red Lick Mr Sexton and his partner certainly under stand how to use the brush when it comes to painting Ither mother Mrs Kate Hughes of Columbia to Lebanon last Thursday where they will r e main for several days Mrs Geo W Flowers and two children ofJUolumbia spent sev eral days in our town last weejc visiting relatives sMiss Mamie Stephens and Mr Henry societyIpeople eloped to Tennessee last Wednesday night and on ThUrs- day they had the conjugal knot tied Their many friends in this community wish them much sue cess through life Mr Thos Turk of Hiseville attended the funeral of his sister Mrs Charles Yates at this place last Wednesday Miss Maggie Walker one of Nells popular young ladies fspent last Saturday and vIsiting the family of Mr J Wtlk r Mrs v Bruce Montgomery o fj Colombia spetit eySir d a y with her mother Mrs J WWal l f oi this community last onweekDr t and Mrs jt H Grady ItyL i tr bJ 1 Ft r J f spent a day or so in Cplumtia last week visiting their friends Mr and Mrs P V AQrJfeom4 of Columbia were the euests of j Vu T Mr Clem Keltrier andjfamily last Friday Miss Ma Hughes of the L W T Sof Columbia spent last Saturday and Sunday with Miss Sallie Diddle of our city A Mr Lewis Cabell Miami was in our midst one day last week looking after insurance and informed us that everything was moving along nicely in his com munity and that farmers were preparing for large crops of corn and tobacco Sadness and gloom was cast over our town last Tuesday night when the news was heard that Mrs Harriet Yates was deads notwithstanding she had been in delicate health for the past year or so The last two weeks she looked so much better and attended Sabbath School last Sunday morning We were all in hopes that she would soon be well again 0 n last Monday shortly afternoon she was taken violently sick with the disease she had been sfferini with fori the past year or so and grew worse alItbe time until the end came while everything that AhYsirclans loving friends was done Her suffering was so intense yet she knew every body arid was only waiting forth end to come perfectly re signct Mrs Yates was sixty four earS old had been a de Voted Christian for fifty years and we must say she was one of the best women that we ever knew Her funeral was preach eil by J Rev Gatton of Camp bellsville assisted by Rev W B Caveof Columbia and Rev W H C Sandidge of this com munity before a large audiencet of relatives and weeping friends Besides a loving husband and a devoted daughter she leaves a host o f relatives and friends not only in this town but in this entire community Her remains were interred at the Uniou cem etery to await the resurrection morn II Gadberry Mr and Mrs Tommy Samuels of G1ensfork visited the latters mother at this place last Sunday Miss Hattie Bradshaw of near Columbia was at this place shopping one day last week Mr A Stone and daughter Miss Maude visited relatives at Montpelierlast Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Allen visit ed Mr and Mrs Rollin Johnston last Sunday Several from this place a t tended the singing at Breeding last Sunday afternoon Mrs Emily Burton visited Mrs Sarah Byrd last Sunday Mr Pendleton of Bliss was in this neighborhood last week buying cattle land hogs Mrs Lora Rowe of near Co lumbia visited her sist r1Mrs J Li Johnston of thsplaceI several days of last Eld W F Floyd of Creels PD i day on account of sickness tosBliss last Kd1if r f t Misses ors and Fannie Sin derv were guests of Miser Docit mid Eettia toylaltSnd LY i b A I It 4 + e s 4 s e es+ lBREED TO THEBESTIT t Duke of Russell NJ13o69j Duke is a bay stallion 151 hands high 3 year old with lots of style J a nice saddle and harness horse and a good bred one as you will see from J from his binding below PEDIGREE Duke was sired by Jordan Peacock 1148 by Peacock 498 by Blue Jeans e First dam BessieSewe114805 by Raveli Artist 1043 by Chester he by Artist 76 Second dam by Black Whip Third dam Cabells Lexington i f SpringsIcyJ t i Lex ooaDLHamiltonian Denmark and was sired by Billie Thomas he by Old King David andmare Lex is deep bay 16 hands and 1 inch high 5 old thisyears coming springWill make the present season at the same place for 5 to Insure a Living Colt twill make the s uvmaAlie v o u r j jji 5 horses than anyfliorse in the country He is 16 hands high blackesire very much His dam was sired by Ruf Baileys young horse and he by his old horse Dexter a very fine horse fVsame pace for the low price of 6 to Insure i In all cases money is due when mare traded sold removed from neighborhood or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any t occuriJ H WOMACK Russell Springs Ky f We now have eMost Complete Stock of Hardware ever seen in Columbia llfyou need a Buggya or Surrey we can suit iiSaddles Harness and all kinds of Farm Implements on ndi Field Seeds44 tr v L = = the Best on the Marketq t Ij qI t N = ir W Aht p LFYO rJ j WANT W6 IN JirJH p ftl CJ O Il IWeWr5TiI I The Vulcan Plowis one of the Strongest ndBestMadet t We Sell Gasoline Engines Saws Feed Mills Etc i t l o writ F Jeffries Sons v t i Give us a call when in Columbia Write or wire us LOIOTOTOl 1Mr r and Mrs JR Johnson of Columbia visited relatives at this place last Saturday Miss Emma Young of this place is visiting relatives in Louisville this week The surprise Easter dinner at Mr J R Murrells April the 11th was largely attended and enjoyed by all present Ella Farmers are making good use of this pretty weather Wheat is looking fine in this section J B Abrel is through planting corn hreis a fine prospect for fruit lsyearI r- Miss Bertha Dillingham and sister were visiting N B Dill ingham one day last week- J B Abrel and wife visited F J Hardwick and wife one day lastweek 4 Mr Ben Robertson and wife Flrt- i 1 7 Mrp pu Bradshaw and daughter t o rJ verep visiting Mr J at Airel one nightliist week t isa P lWil lmsJiit isit L alr I itri j I f r3r 3 3r 3 3 3 3 3 s 1IRepairedIf CEotJl If I Pay Cash for Old Gold and Silver ltoeatioD Oven Paul Cos Drug Stone ColumbiaI icy I3OBOf o ing Miss Mattie Ayers Saturday night Miss Mag Perryman who has been on the sick list for sometime is improving IrSL Williams and family visited Mr Mont Hardwick and wife Saturday night Mr R L Neat who has been on the sick list for aome time is better Miss Emma Hardwick and sister and Mr Owen DiUingham and sister were visiting Miss Lizzie Abrel Tuesday night H J Hardwick and JT B Abrel made flying trip to RUP sell county one day latiWPe1C rwIiohslowly improving Xu s v Little twalELeeWilJf cahs been itgand Lt rJt f 4S r yta tb- 1 J i r 3E3t3 a friends at Russell Springs has returned home X N B Dillingham was atEditff last week j Rowes X Roads i We are very wet this weeikii much corn planted 5 i Thomas Hadley has 7 acres bf i winter oats that looks wellrThere is much sickness here Among the worst this week is Ivji Blakey Bill W i1born ahfe Ambess CundiJ IIrWatt McKinley Siiisie Hadley il Nora Sey5and BenSeloyt are p better thyis eekJ J Y 5 t i JWe have J a I1eig borliOOd1 ry1 lie meeting organized from hous ouseto ach Wedile dty night Gpme over and lpus prayfor td I t us r tIt fY tJr r c t tJ t O F I 1t r h 0JA 6 I THE ADMIt COUNTY NEWS tt L N Time Card ifr Jn effect Monday Dec 311308V t SOUTHBOUND l i TRAm Lv LoUISVILLE AR LEBANON c VNo27 700 am 942 am No23 815am 1004am No79 605pm 740pm No 21 800 pm 1000 pm No 93 630 pm 900 pm NQRTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AH LOUISVILLE No2454Sam 750am No 78 732am 1Q15 am No28 430pm 655pm Uo22 628pm 815pm No 92 732am 1015am Nos 92 and 93 arc Sunday trains only CM WISEMAN mI Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all orders in I ofgoods in our line Oposite Music flail 132 Market Bet 1st 2d StLoUisville Ky D CrenshawIS VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any surgical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMIA POINTMENT Coffins AND Caskets H I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a calland be convinced that it- would be to your interestto pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russ II Springs I WILMORE HOTEL W IB ttLILIYIORE Pifopi FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GJftDYIILLe KY V Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Or James Triplet Dentist V t JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY ti s1 j1r IDu11bar 2 entl0t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN V JEFFRIES BUILDING v PHONE NO 40 RING 3 Y09LUMBIA KENTUCKY 1 Joseph H Stone J 1 Attorney AtLaw t k tic Jm tit this and adjoining counties J ttJain stowli Kentucky 4i 41k fhg3 1il if t 4 jjil TYVC i5j s It i 12 GriderYStorer + L Thep rty at C E Griders last Saturday night was largely attended and all repot a good time iBud Ashtifook is hauling lum ber to Greasy Creek this week Mr Ed Lawless and wife of Owensby passed this place last Wednesday en route for Russell SpringsSunday School every Sunday evening at Frend Valley The at tendance is large BO Bernard was here this week taking the School list J W Hale of this place was in Columbia Friday on business Another big Democrat at J FL Hales and he is all smiles Bro G A Bailor filled his regular appointment at French Val ley last Sunday James Absher passed here Wednesday evening enroute for Owensby Notice While our Merit Contest was on one year ago some friends of the contest ants ordered The News to be mailed to some of their friends and paid it for one year This was done with good will toward the friend and to place the vote in favor of their candidate Owing to the crowded condition at that time we failed to keep a record of such sub scriptions and now ask every one who received the paper through the courtesy of a friend to notify the office if it is not wanted and it will promptly be dis continued If no order to discontinue is received it will be understood that you desire the paper and that you will pay for it when bill is rendered We trust every one will renew but are ready to discontinue when not led Sllogwallow News From Hogwallow Kentuckian Raz Barlows collar stands very high in this community Some people never think about dying until thehearse backs up at a neighbors door Every time Columbus Allsop sees a hard wind storm coming up he hides his mule In our few years of the study of human nature we have found that a hog can get out of a whole lot of places you think he cant Proctor Dunlap died near the head of Gander creek one day last week A few years ago de ceased raised 20 barrels of corn to the acre Tobe Moseley had such a hard chill Thursday it started his watch to running Miss Flutie Belcher is trying to develop a double chin by sleep ing with three pillows under her head Ji Sin e the nights have grown warmer Washington Hoicks sleeps y with his whiskers out from un der the covers Isaac Hellwanger met a man on Musket Ridge Tuesday that he had not seen for twentyfive years The stranger at once rec ognized Isaac by his Eat- The Hog Ford moonshine still is fixing to turn out some new liker as most of that now on hand is getting so old the customers are kicking After sitting on the fence in a deep study for two or three days Jefferson Potlocks has about de cided that a dog has as much right to vote as anybody There is some hope for the boy who has to be driven into the bathtub but there is mightlv little hope for the boy who has io be driven away from the mir ror Miss Flutie Belcher has been laid up for several days with a complication Iise ses arid js f frJ r Jf9 i1I trrj l r fiff10 1 j 1 j 1 f i preparing a testimonial for a patent medicine It will be ready for the press within ron days She gave us authority to stat that it would be by far the best one she has ever written and she has already refused an offer of four bottles of medicine for itS The Deputy Constable has been doing detective work on Gimlet creek this week trying to locate two bridges that disappeared dur ing the rise a few days ago Dock Hocks and wife have is sued a statement that they have parted As a supplement to this joint statement Dock has also is sued notice that he will not mar ry any more soon Frisby Hancock passed through Hogwallow today en route to Rye Straw after the doctor for his wife He was driving his ox team and expects to be back through here about next Thurs day with the doctor Prof Atlas Peck who has been doing educational work for the past several months at the Wild Onion school house has called a mass meeting of all the people on earth to be held at an early date The object of this meeting is for everybody to get better acquainted with one another and be on neighborly terms Quite a large crowd will perhaps be present Sim Flinders has spent the last week looking for his mule which he is suspicious was stolen from the sapling it was hitched to at the Dog Hill church last Sunday As yet he has no clue though he has asked a dozen or more men if they stole the animal He believes the crime was committed by a member of some other church as nobody got up and left the congregation while the sermon was going on It takes a heap to killsome men these days here in Kentuc ky We know a fellow who has been shot twice through the hat once through both legs and two or three times through the head also he has been jerked naked by a wheat thresher has fallen in a cistern and had been hit in the head with an ax in the hands of his brotherinlaw Yet he w sable to sit on a coroners jury over a man who had fallen out of a wagon and broken his neck J Words to freeze the Soul- Your son has Consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Blevens a lead ing merchant of Springfield N C by two experts doctorsone a lung specia list Then was shown the wondhrful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy In fallible for Coughs and Colds its the safest surest cure of desperate Lung disease on eartb50c and 100 at Paull Drug Co Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Goff Profitt a prominent farm er of Campton KyiWas found about three miles from his home lying on the side of the road dead with a bullet hole in his left side near the heart It is believed he was waylaid and killed as he was returning home from the store where he has been to buy some goods Prof R ST Roark one of the inost eminent educators in the State and presidentrof the East fern Normal School at Richmond at Cincinnati after a lingering il nessHis deatH was duet ix a general breakdown Broi rkwth Author jbf seval- tosehstxtbooks 1 it Ss K t iffk it1i w 1tt A iii1Njj2 ic l tt Brain Leaks SpSt Hurry Worry are always pavmg interests so Slow Sure A lot of us would make dif fer lt music if we had to dance to it ourselves A whole lot of people worry themselves sick over other peoples troubles The loudest singer does not always drop the biggest coin in the contribution box Every time we measure a man by our own yardstick we are very apt to undermeasur him Sunday is rest day for some of us The remainder of the week is made up of wrest days for the trusts Giving alms with dishonest money will not induce the re cording angel to take the givers deIpartment When the firstborn leaves the home nest to make a place in the world for himself it leaves a pretty big gap in the family circle Well take our chances alongside the man who wouldrather make a child smile than to make a dollar at the expense of his fellowsL For genuine optimism com mend us to the tariffreformer who believes that the people will secure relief from tariff exaction from a congress that is controll ed by Joseph G Cannon Cheerish Your Girlhood Dear girls dont be so often wishing you were grown up to women that you will neglect your girlhood In a rush and hurry of these fast times there is danger that you will reach and strain after young ladyhood to much Be girls awhile yet tender joyous loving obedient and industrious Womanhood with its privileges and power its burdens and its trials will come soon enough On this point one has said wait pa tiently my children throngh the whole limit of your girlhood Go not after womanhood let it come to you Keep out of pub1ic view Cultivate refinement and modes ty take not after the chewing gum snuff or any of the evil habits so prevelent with girls of today The cares and responsi bilities of life will come soon enough When they come you will meet them I trust as true women should But oh be not so unwise as to throw away your girlhood Rob not yourselfof this beautiful season which if wisely spent will brighten all your future life Foreign Crop Conditions The backwardness of spring plowing and sowing in the domi nant and almost universal charac teristic of current reports concerning the growing crops in Europe The long and rather severe winter continued well into March The first half of the month was characterized by snowfalls in all but the most southern parts of the Continent and it was not until practically the middle of the month that the snow cover = disappeared The success with which the autumnsowri crops survived the winter is still a matter of speculation and of widely divergent views It seems reasonably clear that in the western countries the crops winteid1 unusually well S l F ft 4 If f lft ty tt r itt ji P ji C XSXiXs r i J WEEKL- Y6OURIftJOURNf1L I I I HENRY WATTERSON Editor Is a Nacional Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor Th regular price IS 1 00 a year but you can get the WEEKLY i AND COURIER THE ADAiR AcOUNTY NEWS I k BOTH ONE YEAR I p I Iiyour or er IS papernotto the Courier Journal I IIrate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper L JIXXXXi There has been it is true con siderable fear that the alternation of frost and thaw in France two months ago will necessitate more or less resowing but even there losses have been by no means ab normal while in Great Britain the outlook for wheat is excep tionaily bright In central Europe the pros pects of the winter crops are not satisfactory Severe weather and the heavy snowfall of March not only delayed spring plowing and seeding but affected adversely the autumnsown crops In Germany winter wheat and rye which were at a disadvant age from the start owing to un propitious weather last fall give rise to many complaints While it is still too early to judge defi nitely as to the wintering of the grains it is believed that much of the wheat has suffered from the severe longcontinued winter and that in some parts of the country rye likewise is unsatis factory The more hardy native varieties of wheat have come through the winter much better than the English varieties which are now grown to a considerable extent Horse Sense Reminders IDont leave me hitched in my stall at night with a big cob where I must lie down I am tied and cant select a smooth placeDont compel me to eat more salt than I want by mixing it with my oats I know better than any other animal how much- I need r Dont think because tgo free tgetItired You would move up if under the whip Dont think because I am a horse that weeds and briars wont hurt my hay Dont whip me when I get frightened along the road or I will expect itnext time and maybe make trouble fit trot me jip hillfbr I vvikfeM ii StS have to carry you and the bug gy and myself Try it yourself some time Run up hill with a loadDont keep my stable very dark for when I getout into the light my eyes are injured Dont say whoa unless you mean it- Teach me to stop at the word It may check me if the lines break and save a runaway and smashupDont forget to file my teeth when they get jagged and I can not chew my food When I get lean it may bea sign my teeth need filing Dont ask me to backwith blinds on I am afraid to Dont run me down a steep giveiway your Dont put on my blind bridle so that it irritates my eyes or so leave my forelock that it will be in my eye- Dont be so careless of my har ness as to find a great sore on me before you attend to it Dont forget the old book that says A merciful man is merci ful to his beasts j Lincolns Diplomacy i Callers at the White Housed inr the interest of jobs for their friends were very frequent dur ing Mr Lincolns tenure ofof fice in those strenous days Atone time a party called on Lin coln and requested a position for a friend on the grounds that his health would be benefitted by y his being Consul at a certain place The interview was cut short however by these words of Lincoln Gentlemen Iam very sorry to say there are ten other applicants for this position of consul I am still more sOrry to say that all of these applicants want to go to some foreign port seeking health instead Qf staying atihome and letting the blelis j ures of the home rclilaidlm tlnursing jthem beck to J isilM ii X iik o i j ifjk fq r J t f r c K t y i f F- J r zF i n I THE ADAIR COuNTY NEwS I 7y p Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A cARLOAD EACH I t5 Studebaker W BirdseHIfeflilburn 11 i fis=WagonsAcarloadof Oliver Chilled Plowss r A car load of Disc Harrows- A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters One= Horse Corn Drills andI Ii Will have the greatest and finest display v ofBuggies and other Vehicles ever shown v in this Green River Country ready for r Spring tra dItItJwFLIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R Ri Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to 4A A A AAA s- I H BLINDS yyyyyVyyy YYYTY i Y I f I Ii7 Send your orders to us for prompt shipment ff and good goods f We appreciate them J EL HUGHES INCORPORATED COt J iehleft StrOS 6 E market St Bet 1st Bvook oaisville entt1eky e Canty FfitiesFete itfsrene 0 In IS0- Stock 0ofin dis fSULTATiONAND 1NATION yyy w Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work Interior Finish Etc ILOUISVILLE I 0 f1fig 1DwA E tUitfe Cutletfy Guns WAGOn MgTE IAIt i Telephone 2167 Both a FIELD FENCE STANDRRD STYLE SIX hEIGt1TS TIj Lrm 1Hm iEEKEiOfEDr James Menzies G = OSTEOPATHY EwJtJIJIv t FREE Phones mYttteV AtltESllENCE t Columbia Kentucky T f i it XdTN iz r k i 11V AAAe3AAAAA1 b I Gentleman = ar artt1t1YtttftttttTTtttCop- yrIght 1909 by American Press Association The burglar was standing at the sideboard pouring himself a glass twine froma decanter He wore a mask and overalls A clfck at the knob of the door behind him arrested his attention He turned glass in hand and faced a young lady In even Ing dress There was something very unlike the class to which the burglar belonged in his courtly bow You surprise me he said IF did not expect to find any of the family up at this time of night I am about to take a glass of wine Will you permit me to pour one for you You will find the silver kept for daily use in that drawer pointing to the sideboard Take it all and wel come Dont go upstairs You will frighten every one dreadfully Y I dont need more than one piece said the burglar but it must bear the Initials of its present owner Only one piece May I ask the cause of such a modest demand I was not aware that burglars took such frightful risks to intentionally leave the plunder behind Whether it was the burglars courtly manner his well modulated voice or an air about him indicating that he had been to the manner born the girl ceased to be afraid of him Perhaps she added you are some respectable man who has been led into this life by force of circumstances and smitten by conscience you con fine yourself to a very small robbery just enough to gain the means for a meal I can give you money instead In which there Is nothing to betray you That would be much getter than to take a piece of silver with our mark on itYour kind thoughtfulness delights me But money is no object to me=at least your money I can make more by taking these sugar tongs Probably they didnt cost 10 They are worth 500 to me Five hundred Yes and if I dont get away with them or some other article In this drawer it will cost mo OOOJn other words there is a difference to me of 1000You are joking Ethel called a mans voice from the hall above Yes fatherVWhat are you doing down there Go to bed Tell him whispered th e burglar that you are getting some refresh ment Im getting some refreshment she repeatedWho with you I heard some one talkingSay a gentleman you met during the evening who came home with you and whom you asked in That would be a fib Well then say a gentleman friend of would be a worse fib I dont make friends with burglars There was a sound of slippers flap ping on the stairs The burglar pulled off his mask and threw it under the dining table then unbuttoning his overalls at the back of his neck they fell to the floor and he kicked them under the sideboard He was in evening dress his bosom covered with cotillon favors Scarcely had the change of costume been made than an old gentleman in dressing gown and slippers entered the room Father stammered the girl this Is Mr Merryman He was at Mrs Ap pletons this evening and he kindly saw me home Mr Merryman bowed The old gentle man bowed stiffly and said to his daughterI hear any one with you when you came in Didnt you father I have on my rubbers said Mr Merryman They exclude water and have the advantage of making no noiseConvenient for thieves remarked Miss Ethel in whose eyes there was now dancing much merriment Your daughter kindly asked me in for a glass of wine said the intruder Can I induce you to join me sir At this master stroke of impudence Miss Ethel repressed a smile and her father repressed an exclamation of dissatisfaction Wit a No I thank you he turned on Lis heel and went upstairsJBob Merryman exclaimed the girl what does this mean It means this After the last time you favored me in the cotillon this badge herel left Mr Appletons for the club There I met a party of fel lows and after a lot of talk I bet Per kins that I would burglarize your fa thers house bringing away some ar ticle of silver properly marked as evi dence of the burglary You interrupted me in my bonest work of making money enough to buy wine and cigars for a month and unless you let me get away with the proof instead of winning Ill loose an equal amount Upon my word What pranks you men wily be up to Take the sugar tongsThank you very much Let me see Are these your fathers initials My mothers 4T11 return it tomorrow or rather today Good evening Much obliged for your kindness The next afternoon the tongs were returned with a toy trunk full of can dy and a note regretting that conventional social rules prevented the donor from 16WJ ijrinalafcs with the fpuny lady who heed him to win r J2 i k f ilitytB itltt kl l1tfxc f t J J CY IFoolscap Phyldsophy The main merit in using some kinds of butter is that it is strong enough to wait on the table in emergencyThe door who de clares in glad cadences that she cannot sing the old songs ought not to tackle the new Some men are born with a gift that they dont want and the other fellows want it only be cause they havent got it The difference between clean politics and boodle is the dif ference between your own chil dren and your neighbors- Chickens is a Mervel I Preble county Ohio has a freak fowl owned by Mr Frank Dine a farmer It is to all appearances a rooster of the black Minorca species In the past thee weeks this rooster has laid 11 eggs The eggs have been exhibited over the country and are very odd there being no two of them the same size or shape One looks like a miniature tenpin another is the shape of a half moon one like a stuffed sausage and still another looks like a greatly enlarged capsule The fowl is apparently healthy and the occurrence has produced quite a great deal of merriment no one believing the story until the goods were produced None of the eggs contain a yolk Up Before the Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicne we wouldnt be without themfor Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at Paul Drug Co =I In Dryest Kansas- I went into a drug store said a sadeyed man to get lin iment for my rheumatism I asked for liniment and never winked but when I got home I found the druggist had give me whisky My wife then went and asked for liniment for me and when she got home we found they had also given her whisky Then I sent my prattling inno cent child of six for medicine for her sick father and the druggist wrapped up whisky Is it impossible to get anything in the drug store of this town but whiskyKansas City Star Unless unf orseen complications arise Mrs JOhn Euler who was shot by her husband John Euler in Louisville will recover in a few weeks A twentytwocalif ber bullet is still lodged in her left lung and the physicians say it will be dangerous to try to ex tract the ball Sweeyt Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warnings andffaster current Natures warnings are kind That dull pain or rche in the back warns you the Kidneys need at tention if you would escape fatal mala dies Dropsy Diabetes orBrights di sease Take Electric Bitters at onceand see Backache fly and all your best feel ings return After long suffering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me Writes J R Biankfenship of Belk Tenn OnlY 50c at PaultDrugCot WorKersV The ants and the bees are the greatest workers then world In this country alonii during the past year three hundred billion pee made enough honey to reach from N WYok10 Buffalo At a iiq t ftJ Sf J t r JMKE a Will make the Season at my Barn Montpelier Ky at 6 to Insure a Living Colt JAKE is a bay stallion 151 hands high very handsome and po sesses wonderfulsubstance speed and durability and the most per fect disposition of any horse I have ever owned or handled He is sound in every particular and will measure up to your demands if you want to raise an allpurpose horse His binding combines the highest class of trotters tracing to the great Hambletonian 10 on both sides in the second generation If Hambletonian 10 is conceded to be the greatest sire of trotters either living or dead and Jake only being twice removed from him makes him beyond question a horse of rare binding In every instance money is due when colt is foaled mare trad ed removed or bred to other stock U All care taken to prevent acci dents but not responsible should any occur Joe Williams Tam farmers with I Farm VIachinervland1 than ever before One car of Binders Mowers Disc Harrows Hay Rakes Also the Olin ver Chip Plows and the Brown Culti vators Wheat Dills Corn Drills A car of Wagons car of Buggies and a nice line of Harness fact many things which is not mentioned I I J H Phelps I Jamestown Ky 1 Binder Twine Buggy WhipsI L11 sIV U G HARDWk H Pres J COCKE V Prcs R H DIETZMAN Seat W T iyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 VIIItLtWRIGTZ mACfIf41STS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS PEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTHftftIN LOUISlILLS SMOKESTACKS I Sheet Iron and Tank Work TcT t I r JOBBING SOLICITED I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Jt twenjtyfive seven hundred thousand beekeepers of the country had work edas industriously and skillully als did the frees the weight of the output wouldhave been threer a1J r r jv r a tisyJ11tV h better I 1furnIsh I one In WORK great and the yaluesev Ientyfive million dollars Not on little work aersute the vast supply of a pure and delicious food product to the na tion but as they made it they treated lit antiseptically withrformic acid reventto iri Stp- f unties M decay Es K 48 i F t 3 l f i2 i IJ11to ij11111 4 I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4 GI stork We are glad to state that little a tir3ohn Kelso who has bee u very l low with typhoid fever is recovering nicely S V V ft Taylor purchased the house and lot known as theC61e F man property of J Z Collins for 300 I J V Dudley who has been out 7an an extended tour teaching music returned home a few days agoMrs Loula Willaimson bought the portion of W K Taylors farm lying north of the Glenr vile and Montpelier road for 500- V W E Dudley was in James town a few days ago purchasing farm impliments Casius Taylor and family who have been in Oklahoma for about a year have again wander ed back to that loved habitation called home sweet home 1 Dingo Every thing seems to be moving along all 0 K in this section The farmers are a little ahead of themselves this season The fruit is not hurt so far and- i we have promise of an abundant yield of peaches apples and plums 4 Several from this place attend red the Stapp sale at Columbia last Thursday Finis Baker Amandaville did 106 Yards Dash 44t Run 1 = 2 Mile 100 Yards Dash = der 14 years I j 100 Yards Dash boys un F der 17 years J20 Yards Hurdle Race High Jump business here one day last week Olon and Sallie two little children fMr and Mrs J M pampbeil are very sick with fever at this writing Miss Annie Harvey who has been very low for the past few week with appendicitis is im proving rapidly and it is hoped she will be out again in a few days EHer Rev J M Williams of Wind sor filled his regular appoint ment at Clear Springs Sunday J F Eastham one of our best citizens died Saturday April 17 Arthur Stanton of the Russell Springs visited at D E Sharps Tuesday night Rev A F Chrisman and wife left Thursday to spend a few days with relatives in Adair county J- were H Bernard and 6 E Foley on Cumberland river Thurs day after fertilizer Wheat is looking fine in this section and farmers are ready to plant corn J W and Elmer Wilson left Tuesday for Somerset where they expect enlist in the standing Army Mrs Willie Dunbar and Mrs Victora Flanagan of Wesley visited here Monday There will be preaching at dear Fork Saturday and Sunday by Rev Jas Williams AT L W T S PARK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY SATURDAY MAY I09 AT I OCLOCK Match Game of Basket Ball BETWEEN Girls of Russell Creek Baptist Academy Cyule and Girls of L WTlv The following is the order of exercises for the day F Running Run boysuni Running Broad Jump Half Hammer Pole Vaal- Somersault r Race 50 yds Egg Race Shoe Race- WheelbarrowRace Sack Race Relay Race u 4 Shot Put Contestants have been invited from the schools ny adjoining counties to take part in the exercises whicH will make this the most interesting Field Day ever held here A PREMIUM WILL BF GIVEN TO THE DINNER iof eh event and a Gold Medal to the winner of the 5ilrf thighest number o points Music by The Columbia Brass Band ADMISSION 5 TO ALE pf4 Dunnville Bill Rubarts mad aliripto Liberty last week Mr Josh Abslier of Rheoeri was in Dunnville a few days ago He reports his brother Logan some better Huddleston for Prosecuting Attorney was in our midst a few days ago shading hands with the voters While returning from Co lumbia John Wilkersons team Qingrunning away One of the horses stuck the pole in his shoulder the other hurt his ankle We understand that they ran off the day before in Russell county and threw Mr Wilkerson out of the buggyOscar Cunningham who lives about 3 miles from Dunnville had a big log rolling a few days ago What about Gus Jeffries for County Judge I have heard several Republicans say that they would vote for him What about it Mr Jeffries Miss Helena Henson visited her sister Mrs Ellis a few days ago G L Ferryman visited the family of G A Pelley last week R K Jones of Pellyton visit ed his son J D Jones last Satur day and Sunday R L Dickenson has Iiisa annual attack of sun grins All the sick people are getting better rRussell Spring The farmers of this vicinity are through sowing oats and pre paring for a large corn and tobacco crop M W Brockmans tobacco barn was consumed by fire last Fri day The school at this place is get rslPeacher Barnes of San6 died last Wednesday Mr John White this place will move to the house recently vacat ed by Perry Burton in Burton town Mr J L Cravens who has been Jn Mississippi for the past ten months has returned home Several of the boys from this neighborhood have gone to Illi nois to spend the long Summer Among them were Elmer Leach Lilburn Leach and Granville Cravens Mr L P Bottoms has moved to the H T Baker property at this place The singing here under the management of Jan Dudley has come to a close and we believe has been of great benefit to the town i Mr Ben Allison and family a have move here for their health Helm We are having plenty of fain at present t V Misses Maggie Wooldridge and Ghoul Helm spent last Saturday and Sunday with Miss Illa Lester n v 1 Sunday School in Jackman Bat toms is progressing nicely I Sunday tSchdol opens at Beech Grove the first Sunday in May Mrs Emma Heath and two children J and ElIa Mae an wf1 r rt Msr tA K Iv x 1 D Rex Peacock Saddle Harness Horse is a dapple bay 16 hands high and is not excelled by any horse of this section qof the State in breeding qualities giving his colts size and style His first colts were foaled last Springy = Out of the entire number there is not a sor= themiServe at 1000 to Insure a Living Colt PEDIGREE Sired by Jordon Peacock No 1148 A S H R he by Peacock No 498 he by Blue Jeans No =3 Jordons first dam by Cabbells Lexington No 3234 he by Jests Blackhawk Second dam H J izzie Jordon she by Louis Jordon thoroughbred Rexs first dam by 2nd Jewel he by Artest Jewel Second dam Jby Cromwell Denmark he bp Old Denmark M fiOV Wflftfl The cFarland big Jack the noted breeder gets more high priced colts than I V ColumbiaHe is black with mealyipof nts15 hands high Serve to insure hvlngcolt at 6 for horse 7 for mare colts Pedigree Gov Wood was sired by Wallace Wood the Murry Jack he by Gov Woodrhe by Woods black Jack TipTop he by Peters Black finejennettejlck he by Royal Mammoth he by old imported Morings Mammoth Dam by Brown Beck she of Black Molly Ben McFarlands H 8themare tradedW bred to K shouldanyfi 5 Ky3sEiC3fMss Ghoul Helm of this place took a trip down to Celina on the Str Rowena Easter Mrs Welby Powellof thisplace who has been in Bowling Green School returned home a few days ago the Str Rowena Mrs Stella Harmer of Car thage is Visiting relatives at this i tr place Bob Meadows of Nashville made a trip to Burnside last week on the Str Rowena The telephone line extending from Sewellton to this place will soon be completed The Str Robert Rhea of Nashville was u to Creelsboro one SWi day last week Irvins Store v d A j The health of this community is very good now Most all of our farmers are ready to plant corn and a few have anted v R P Smith and wife visited Mrs M J Smith last Sunday SJ T Wilson of Longstreet was here yesterday Mr Schuyler Neat was here yesterday If he ever has the blues no one knows itr Jo Gosser who has been in feeble health for some time has been adjudged insane Our fertilizer men have sold out and yet a number of farmers have not been supplied This shows that the home made fertilizer is not cutting much figure yet but more will be ordered in time for planting The prospects for wheat was never more promising Our meadows are green A large amount of ground is being pre pared for corn Stock of all kinds is selling well and now if the special Con gress will not revise the tariff the wrong wayby heaping the tax up on the poor mans neces sities of life veSmight live yet Truly the farm 6s are an independant set and showld be thank ful Y 4 Mr Leo Crismahofythis place had Ja very narrow e aeoith4 j c n Will make the present season at my barn 1miles south of Mill town and will be permitted to serve mares for the sum of 2 to Insure a Living Colt If Money due when mare is traded or bred to other stock 1K t I terms s me as the hove named horseyy i J c Will charge you only 15 for the best colt you ever saw Just look at a few of the sales of his colts since last Fall Seven suckling colts to W S Paynes of Clarksdale Mo from 100 to S150 two to Moody Tex for 1000 and Highland Peacock to parties at Spring field Mo for 800 Charley Cabell one to Tennessee parties for COQ A L Foley one for 500 J T Page one for 300 Sam Mackin one tp Captain Hampton of Washington D Cra fine saddles gelding for 300 J F Pendle ton one to Lebanon parties 3year old gelding for 300 This horse was sold to parties atJeffersonville Ind e his life last Sunday wHile walking along the road he was struck on the head be a falling limb He is able to be abputat this Writing V 4 Do woo t winter in these i ions 4 Some ourfanners have been land scorns this week Messrg jc andOtho Brad eymade afl ing trip to this county list week r d t r Arwed UThe Imported Coach Horse JHGK CHINN TheSfceBROWNING 1ordan Peacotk shawoflum for fancy price and he is liked so well over in that State that I hake received letters from several pariearthere that they were goin o sendsjinie mares to Jordan in a few days J M Wilson raisedbyMondayis riot all the sales since last Fall but enough to show you that you ought to thatwillbringas any others It Respct W L GRADY ofOaweek buying hogs J Ben Cats4nandGreen Lu treIr- of Windsor were here one dat last week Messrs C P W altersf n E Wilson yere at A is e dY last week huyin g fer wIloon e tilts visitedheremothe- 1wee i yr- i 5A nr vL 2g r kr V r fi