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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 LT i l 7 b A t I i 1 t L ri bt ab1t 0intIk e1I ii 0 4r IVOLUME = XII U COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 911909 NUMBER 31 Z LEXINGTON DEFEATS- SIIELBYVILLE 3 TO 1 Stults and Harper the Two New Recruits Play Star Game for Colts TREMENDOUS CROWD PRESENT Lexington won And then it rained l Led principally by the two new col lege men who made their debut as members of the Lexington team be fore a large crowd the Colts yester day afternoon defeated the Shelby vllle Millers at League park by a score of 3 to Stults the recruit secured from Manager ohn Ganzel of the Roches ter Eastern League team was in the box for the bangtails and he had the gingery Millers at his mercy at all times The only run secured off his delivery was the result of two mis plays of his teammates both of which were of the variety which usually start a twirler to his downfall but not so with the young light haired collegion All through the contest he stuck to his knitting and when he had finished he had woven a blanket which held the word VICTORY in big letters Stults pitching is the kind that wins He has a splendid assortment of curves They come at the batter with a lot of speed and break just before reaching the plate It takes a good man to do anything with his pitching He seemS to be cool as a cucumber at all times and looks like a man who will be a greathelp to Sheets team Lexington Leader All But Your Meadow sLast week MrM Cravens sent a colored man to his residence with in structions to do some mowing The darky was gone about a half day and when he returned Mr Cravens asked i Did you get through Yes sir I mowed everything but your meadow and I concluded you did not want that cut f The meadow xeferred to was Mr Cravens garpertII trh wife of ReVF Orr who many years ago was P E of the Methodist Church here died at Middle town Tuesday of last week This isthe io rth time Rev Orr has been bereft Qta companion His second wife was Miss Lizzie Griffith this place l4Result of the Examination There were sixtyeight Adair county teachers before the Board of Exami ers There were twentyseven first class certificates issued as follows Misses Pearl Breeding Lena Todd Mamie Smith Ethel Moore Nancy Willis Annie Bradshaw Clarice Stotts Albertie Bardin Minnie Knifley Lula Knifley Bessie Young Laura Rosen l fcaum Grace Dudley Mrs Margaret H Yates Messrs Oscar Sinclair Wallace Beard Nolan White T 0 Morton W E Sanders Walter Taylor Robert Williams Robt G Willis W T Aaron E A Strange F A Strange Luther Young Joe Knifley Twenty secondclass certificates leav ing a few for thirdclass and failures Notice To Tax Payers I am now ready to receive your taxes for the year 1909 and every Taxpayer in Adair County is requested to call and settle at once and save trouble and cost both to you and myself I will meet the Tax payers of each Magisterial dis trif times and places to be named k rf later for the purpose of receiving taxes riI andall will be given an opportunity to appointmentst S A C L r Married ILast Thursday afternoon at the home fthebries grandparents Mr and Ab Patton near EKfcy Mr W T w was married to Miss Mary R f 3Sc tt The rites were solemnized by 1 Rev J F Turner in thepresence of a tJatle circle of relatives and friends 2rlie couplewill reside near Elroy Notice Tirt tax payers of Columbia Graded School district are hereby lotiftel that the taxes levied in said diatiiiit for the year 1909 are now due id are in my bards for eollectibn Tp all t not paid J yAugu Ifelst 1909 a jjjtrpf five per cent is attached 1 y pi Isi VB Ptton Collector L 21 4Mfj v tAIkft ii0 7 t To the Voters of Adair County TaD a candidate for jailer and ear nestly solicit your vote and influence MY REASONS FOR RUNNING The Republican candidates for the nomination for the different offices in Adair county which were to be nominated at the primary election which was held on the 24th day of last April went into a sworn obligation not to use money or whisky or permit their friends to do the same in order to in fluence voters in said primary election- I proceeded to canvass the county ask ing my friends to support me and at no time did I offer to buy or agree for any of my friends to use either money or whisky to influence voters for me I made an honest flat footed race from beginning to end On the other hand I have sufficient evidence to convince myself that iriy opponent Mr A W Tarter did use or permitted his friends to use money and whisky to influence voters in said primary election and I expect to prove this to the peo pIe To the ones who supported me I am truly thankful because I know that none of them had to be bought To the ones who did not support me 1 have no ill feeling but only ask all to thor oughly consider the matter and decide which of us is the most worthy of your supportIf been defeated in a fair way I would have stepped down and out without a word but under the circum stances I consider it my privilege to re main a candidate Owing to the fact that I am so often asked by my friends whether or not I expect to run I do hereby make a public announcement of my candidacy Yours truly J K P Conover Death of a Prominent IHinorian Mr J P M Harrison of Ashley Ill died last Friday evening at the age of seventyone years For the last two years he had been in feeble health and for several months before death his condition forewarned him thathis earth ly career was nearing its close His death was due to heart trout le and a complication of ailments incident to age and those acquainted with his condition have been expecting his death for some time He was a member of the Baptist Church of that city and was a promi nent man in business circles being a large grain dealer Eight children sur vive him and were present when death came It will be remembered that he visited his daughter Mrs W A Cof fey of this city three years ago and while h remet many of our citizens who enjoyed him as a pleasant high toned gentleman Irs Coffey had been with him for the last four weeks and showed that tender and loving affection that Only a daughter or mother possess es To her and the entire family The News extends its sympathy r Approaching Marriage On Wednesday the 16th of this month in Elmer Oklahoma Miss Carrie B Flowers will be married to Dr J T Nunnelly The intended bride is a daughter of Mrs Sarah Flowers of eightiteaching music She has many rela tives in Adair county who wIn be glad to learn that she is to be wedded to the gentleman of her choice Thegroom as we are informed is a prominent young physician a native of Tennessee who located in Elmer three years ago The couple will immediately commence hoUse keeping I Invitations have been received hereto the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Arlee Dickens which will occur at her home in Albany Ky Wednesday June 16 The lucky gentleman is Mr Grover C Andrews of Macon Ga Miss Dick ens was a pupil in the LindseyWilson about two years ago and is pleasantly remembered by her school mates The coUple will reside at Macon Prof J R Sterrett and wife are to become residents of Lebanon and will arrive in that city in a few weeks Prof Sterrett has accepted the princi paiship of the Lebanon High School He has the reputation of being one of Kentuckys best teachers Mrs Ster rett was Miss Mabel Rhorer an excellent lady born and reared at Columbia She is a niece of Mr Mont Cravens Mrs GeorgiaShelton has just shown us a card upon whichPthe photographs pf the graduating class pf the Glasgow Graded School appeaiv Iii the group js the pUture of rills ITannie Lpti Butch ersbn her monther s maiden name being Miss XdaLy n who ras born reared and marrieoxip her huifeandf in ColumbIa The writing oii the card stated that Miss Hutcherspii ecieaTed tie highest general iayeage of her class ri tt y to i j tHJoH Jr frl k itf t rIi l i JfJ f 1c L The Games at Greensburg The Columbia baseball team met the Gfeensburg club on the grounds of the latter last Saturday forenoon and af ternoon The game in the forenoon was interesting and exciting from start to finish and was witnessed by quite a crowdof people At the close pf the ninth inning it was a tie and the game proceeded until the close of the eleventh inning with no change The contest was called a draw and the boys went to din ner Romie Judd pitched this game for Columbia and Jo M Rosenfield caught The afternoon game was called at 230 Will Young in the box for Co lumbia Rosenfield behind the bat Greensburg club was in fine shape and its extra good batting soon convinced our boys and the spectators that they would come put victorious The con test closed 14 to 3 in favor of Greens burgThe features of the game were a sen sational catch by Bingham Moore and Rosenfields catching and throwing to second The Greensburg club treated our boys royally and notwithstanding they were defeated they are highly pleased with the trip Mr Tim Cravens umpired both games in a satisfactory manner The following tables show the games as played NORNING GAME Columbia AB H REf Moore T 3b 6 1 12Holladay Ib 53 1 0 Judd T ss 5 1 1 0 Judd R p 52 1 0 Qallison 2b tCi6lvl 2 B Mopre cf Vl 0 1 Winfrey rf 6 31 2 Frazier If x- Rosenfield t A3 1 1 f c 14 1 10 fi 47M6 8 8 Greensburg AB HUE Cox c 62 1 0 Wilson p andSb 6 2 2 0 W Moore Ib 51 1 0 Larimore Ib j l 5 2 1 0 Shreave 3b n rpl i jStO 0 1 Rucker rf 521 0 Marcum cf k4L 5110Inesss 521 2 Vaughanlf i 5 10 1 47l384 OJkColqGreensburg 030010400 0 0 2 Base hit T Moore Holladay 2 R Judd B Moore Winfrey 3 base hit Cox Wilson W Moore Larimore Rucker Ines Base on balls off Judd 3 Wilson 4 Shreave 1 Struck out by Judd 11 by Wilson 10 Shreave Left on base Columbia 9iGreensburg Don ble plays Callison and H6lladay B Moore and Holladay T Judd and Hol laday R Judd T Jund arid Holladay Time2 hours 5 minutes Umpire Cravens EVENING GAME Columbia ft AB 11 R E T Moore 3b rrl 4 101Holladay Ib gl 12T Juddss 3Vf 1 0 R Judd cf 4i 1 0 Frazier If t 410 0 Winfrey 2b 400 3 f tRosenfield c 3 000B Moore rf 3 0 0 0 Young p 3 00 1 Total 31 5 3 7 Greeosburg AB H RE Shreave p 52 2 0 Ines ss 5 21 1 Lairmore 2b 22 0 Wilson 3b 4 1 2 Coxc 52 30W MoorelB 5 3l 0 Rucker rf 5 2 f 0 Ro Marcum liv 5 J1 0 B Marcum cf 51 1 0 Total V 4415131 123456789Co- lumbia r 2010000Q0Gr- eensburg 003 00 2 45 x 2 base hit WMoore3 base hit Shreave base on ball Young 1 struck out by Young 11 Shreave 6 left on base Columbia 3 Greensburg 5 double play Ines Larimore and W Moore Time of game 1 hour45 minutes attendance 350 Umpire Cravens Delightfully Entertained Last Wednesday the following per Sons answered to invitations td dine with Miss Bess Rowe Misses Annie Dixon Mary Cartwright Fannie Jones Jen nye McFarland Katie Murrelljtina Ros enfield Alice Walker Mable Atkins Myr tie Myers Mrs Bruce Montgomery The guests speak of itr as one of the most elab orate dinners they ever had the pleasure pf KingPr par in a mpst elegant manner Miss Rowe delights in enter ipingliana no one knows betttr hpW mke Mgnds feel at lion eneentiie Rowe family ware as equally interested intixe happiness pvth the guiwtsnpth lug letjirtd Iethatfouc1baye- moreenjpymtl added to the occticm Jfc waa A a YQf iliiasur a day twill loty linger Jl the minds of tiitic pres i1 t11 h t 1 iIJfFfj rjf jrtt Old Time Witch and Ghost Stories Old time fireside talk was very differ nt to what it is now Old time people used to talk about kinfolks and genealogies andghost and witches c In 1835 there was a man lived in Casey county by the narie of John Rooks His daughter had a spell on her bewitched Dr Christorpher Reynierson who was the witch Doctor of the community was sent for to prescribe for her After a careful examination he diagnosed the case a spell laid on her by a witch In the examination the Doctor used a glass book and slate He used the looking glass to see the witch and when he was through he said it was a decided case of whichery He pre scribed a certain number of tickets and wrote something on each one and di rected that three be taken each day for 6 days On the seventh day they were neither to lend or borrow anything On the seventh day an old lady by the name of Gall away came to borrow something and it was at once decided that she was the witch that had put the spell on the girl Then to further justi fy this decision they placed an awl un der the chair and if she made two efforts to get up she then certainly was the one that had bewitched the girl Then to further test the matter when the people in the neighborhood would see her coming they would cross straws in the door steps and if she could not step over them then the one with the spell would get well Old Mrs Owens of Casey county was ccused of being a witch and a picture was made of her and put on a tree and shot with a silver bullet and it was expected that the witch would soon die But Mrs Owens did not die but the next day she was found at home spihing on ia flax wheel She didnt die for a long time after that In 1850 there was a man by the name of Banister Gregory who lived in Marion county and believed in witches and he believed a witch could shoot a hair ball for miles and shoot through people So he believed he had been shot by one in the leg and it made abad sore Some times the ball of hair would not go through the limb and they would find it in the wound and if they could get it out and burn it the wound would get well People used o believe they could turn people into horses and ride 100 miles arid back the same night There was a man who eo live in Russell county by the name of old uncle Joby Kearnes who emigrated to this country from North Carolina and he told my father that before he came to this country the witches would turn him in to a horse and ride him to Russell county and back home the same night And he showed my father the very spot where they would hitch him and where he would paw the ground and bite the bushes The old man would tell that story arid seemed to believe it was true My rather did not believe in witches but lots of people in his days did believe in them and there may be somewho still believe in witches but they are very few in our days The old time people told so many ghost stories that the children were afraid to go out after night I heard my father tell this story about ghost He said when he was a young man going to see his sweet heart who afterwards became my mother one Sunday night when he was returning home the road led by the Bethel grave yard where many ghost had been seen and he was Reeling a little uncom fortable as he approached the grave yard on his way home at a late hour of course Well when he came near the grave yard he stepped lightly and breathed easy and looked with intense enterest He all at once saw an im mense white sheet rise up right out of the midst of the grave yard thats what they called them then and it be gan to move slowly with a kind of brqadeningout appeararce He could see it move up and then down a little in a kind of waving motion It was the first real ghost hbhadever seen and he had been very skeptical on the subject all the time but that settled the question with him for that was sure enough a ghost The path led right through the grave yard close to where the gho appeared to be but he did not go the road that night out found wag around another way He made quick time from there home He went quiet ly to bed but did not sleep any that night and did not tell any one of his experience But the next morning he wasuperlyanadreaSEdhiII1 land- went back to the grave yard to see if he could find anything to explain tHef ghost mystery For he did not want to btlieye in the reality Of Jhaghpst lwltbolltatthorourhcase i1he got back tthegrave i7kortree8 feet above the ground and had nOt ed loose from tpe stump and had tured into fpfcfire a thatwa his ghost DjstoppedJt J ii1iI hi 11 f L Desirable property for Sale We have been in the mercantile busi ness at Cane Valley Adair county Ky for twelve years and have constantly had a good trade andhayemade mon Wedesire now to engage in other Y1 ness and wind up our outstanding affairs therefore we offer our storehouse warehouse stock scales and undertakers business and a general stock of merchandise for sale To the man who wants to secure a good stand the best in Cane Valley a town of three hundred people three churches and a good school this in his chance There is not a more desirable communi ty in Adair county The town of Cane Valley is located on the pike six miles from Columbia and twelve from Camp bellsville Here is a bargain for some man Address J W Sublett Bro 316t Cane Valley Ky Mr RH Durham who is the man ager of the Columbia Baseball Team is very much interested in having a local club second to none He is se lecting firstclass players men who love to play and who in every contest will work with enthusiasm He wants to see the games well patronized prom ising to give the spectators their mon eys worth in every contest The games billed for next Saturday promises to be hotly contested and he would be glad to see the whole town show up at the LindseyWilson Park There are lots of players in Adair county but the members of this club must fill their positions satisfactory or new men will be selected H T Baker Master Commissioner sold to the highest bidder Monday a one half interest in a 200 acre tract of land belonging to the estate of the late Rudolph Winfrey and another tract containing 81 acres MrF W Miller was the pur haser price 1800 Tobacco Sticks The Bassett Hardwood Lumber company can furnish sawed hickory tobac co sticks If you want any place your order 1313t Attention of lumber buyers1 is called to the conspicuous advertisement of Payne Bybee in todays paper I handle the Campbellsville Bakers bread cakes pies etc Stock at all times fresh J B Rasner 312t Notice The Cemetery Improvment Association willmeet Saturday afternoon at 4 p mat the Courthouse All mem hers are requested to be present At a Catholic celebration held in Lebanon last Sunday the Campbells ville Brass Band assisted by Mont Feese Elza Feese and Columbus Pick ett of the Columbia bandur ished the music Columbia against Greensburg at the LindseyWilson Park next Saturday forenoon and afternoon Mr NT Jones of Bellyton sold his residence and 12 acres of land to J J Gabbert same place for 40000 Possession to be given the first of next year Be at the LindseyWilson Park next Saturday forenoon and afternoon Greensburg against Columbia For Sale One pair ofl6 hands gray mules 5 and 6yearsoId three Steudy ker wagons one No 2 Reeves saw and edger one 10 x 12 Huston Stanwood and Campbell engine one No2 planer one rip saw including saws hangers stock etc All the machinery practically new It is a complete outfit except ing boiler and any one needing ma chinery of this kind will find it to his interest to inspect it and get my prices and terms Write or call onme at Edmonton Ky 303t E R Perkins The wet weather has greatly retarded farm work Corn is needing attention badly and other product is smothered with weeds The gardens about town are also growing weeds instead of vegetables James Hadley who was1 about tw nty fir years old died on Cabin Creek Russell county a few days ago He leaves a wife and two children 01 t t Born to the wife pf f E Strange Fairplay Friday morning the 4th mat- a daughter t V Mr and Mrs Luther Cpnbver desire to return theirheartfelt thanks to all those w1o were with them in the sick jiew eliding in death o ftheir little son They wilt not be forgotten Bf i r One Day Fair One day at the Fairgrounds Satur day the 3d day of July J Running races Trots etc A day of enjoyment for everybody Come in and be happy fLone day Program will follow IT Columbia Jocky Club j Commissioners Sale J ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT V OFKENUCK Stella Darnell c Plaintiff Robert T Caskey Defendant f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of theJAdair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale atlor near the dwelling on the 80 acre tract of land idescribed below to the highestbidder at Public Auction on Friday the 25 day of June 1909 at 1 oclock pm upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Two tracts of land lying in Adair county on thewaters of Casey Creek First tract contains 80 acres Second tract contains 34 acres These two tracts will be offered for sale separate ly and then tbgetherjand bid or bids will be accepted which produces the largest sum of money For thepurchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest fromthe day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Herschel T Baker MCACC Wanted A reliable white boy to drive team- v L Tom Waggener Columbiai Sel Bennett sold Sam Lewis 25 pounds and 12 ounces of ginseng Monday for 14425 Quite a number of fields of wheat Jn Adair county will be cut this week Taking the crop sa whole iis N rytJgood h Mr H B Ingram has recently mader tk some improvments on his residence an additional roomtThe information received here that Mrs J W Richards is improving leads reiiistorHow to Collect Your Accounts ArWe collect notes accountsandf claims i anywhere in the United Statesandri make no charges unless we collectf Write to us MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY 253m1 Somerset Ky MQntpelier Mill Company grinds and crushes corn every day Exchange flour for wheat Flour and ship stuff for sale Pay 125 forgood wh- eat20tfMontpelier Ky J B Rasn r is coming to the front in the grocery line Come and get prices 30 j tf1 For Sale Two good work horses Coy E Dudgeon I Monday was County Court ibut there were very few people in town far mers all busy As an evidence this paper is a first class advertising medium Two large firms in Louisville stated a few days ago that they had discontinued their ads in all the papers outside of the city excepting The Adair County News and that they would cheerfully contin ue to patronize that paper J The trial of young Dunbar who killed a young man named McGowen and was 1 given a life term will be again called j- on reversal in the Russell circuit court and the coming term t rtRussell Co and J O Russell in j dividually were among the first to pay their graded school tax amounting to one hundred and fiftyone dollars A supply pf carbon paper at this of fice and all other kinds used bitYPeriwriters Also the largest and most complete line of stationery ever before bought by the office Mr John G Kimbler ra very good citizen of this county was adjudged of unsound mind a few days ago and was R conveyed to lakeland He served in tthe Federal army during the civil war He appears to be about aevemtwot jri arl1 t V1 f Rehobpth Health R sort v 3i1 VJ 1 ijrigiriAlBny Ky ry t 5t i r f c 1 i 1n tr f i r1J ji i 5 i 7T2 THE ADA1K COUNTY NEWS Thr- rTom Story of Tom Atkins Y Atkins whose home was jn Mississippi killed a man twentyfive years ago in a drunk f en quarrel and was sent to the penitentiary for a long term + of years A short time after his term in prison was begun he escaped and for nearly twenty five years he had been a fugitive from justice He went to the mountains of Colorado in order that he might r be able to elude the officers of the law and there for nearly a quarter of a century Jie lived an honorable Christian life One day ashe was wending his way down the mountain side he heard the scream of a womanHe she was pleading for heard the dull sickning thud of a lick He broke the brush away with his mighty hands and ran up the mountain side toward a tent from whence the scream had issued and there prostrate upon the ground he saw the bleeding bruised form of aF beauI tiful white girl A burly was bending above her E Tom Atkins had in his veins the fire of the Southern people and in the twinkling of an eye his revolver flew from its scab bard then a quick sharp crack of the gun and the brutish fiend sprang high into the air ran tottering to a precipice and fell 500 feet below into the surging waters of a mountain stream Tom pillowed the bleeding head of the woman upon his ragged coat and bathed her temples with water from the springs of the Chills She opened her great blue F jeyes and looked up into Toms i semin very fervently for saving her life She told Tom that she and some of her friends were spending the day in camp and that all had started out that morning to climb the mountains but that she being slightly indisposed had returned to the tent Tom re mained with her until the party returned and then he helped to carry her down the mountain where the wagon was quartered Before departing she took Toms big brown hand and said Come to see me and there was a meaning in her voice that Tom understoodTom to see her he wen again and again and one day in theautum twenty years ago the P little stone churchhouse at the foot of the great towering Rock eswas decoratedwith ever greens and blossoms and from beneath an arch of mountain ferns Tom Atkins was married to the girl he had rescued from a worse than death Tfate year latera few days the birth of a baby boy the pretty little woman of the hills closed her eyes to an angels touch and Tom Atkins was left alone with his infant son About 1de0u5LY like gigantic roosters and into his lacerated soul came naught Jbut the miserable requiems as sung by the wings of the mountains But strong of body and itr ngof mind Tom Atkins took x his baby to his bosom and fat fthe merciless world bpyff hood then to young manhoocC iB he light Ofthel igfire in theI k r IJIloinit IiW Tom Atkins taught his son to be Strong a- H JnLve and true vt9 honor the la r ijJit V J 1rr t J t 1 iAff t rr 1f f t qI j r 1 f A to respect womanhood and to fear neither man nor beast Father and son were inseparable the devotion was beautiful withirunning vines of wild flowers in the evening of every day theman and boy went to the little grave in the mountains with armsful of plants and blossoms and spread them above the mouldering dust of wife and mother But just a few weeks ago a letter came to Tom from Mississippi which said Dear Tom Come home mother is dying and she wants to see you He had grown a beard an time which had brought to hi much of suffering had changed his body into that of man He did not believe he would be recognized And with his son he went to the cot of hi dying mother She saw himanc while in the agonies of death sh said Oh Tom I am glad you are here IThese words from the very death were fatal for at the bedside of the dying woman there was a creature who remembered that a reward had been offered for Tom Atkins and be fore the dead mother had hardly I became cold he went to town an informed the officers of the law the sheriff and his posse came but Tom Atkins and his son de fied them to the uttermost They looked into the dark eyes o father and son and saw a mean ing there as easily understood as letters of leaping fire and like cowed pups before the open jaws of mighty Mastiffs they slun away into the shadows of the evening and in their cowed and cowardly state they called upon the Governor for the malitia The matilia came but the sol dierboys learned the story of Tom Atkins life andet is said they helped him to escape Feed the Corn on the Farm Keep the farm crops on the farm and ship the meat and the butter and the milk and the cheese is the commonsense advice of Secretary Wilson This insures soil fertility Every ton of corn shipped to market loses the farm 33 pounds of nitrogen 12 pounds of phosphoric acid an tht19 out on the basis of the printed ranalyses on the fertilizer and see how much the farm los with each corn sale If fed 80 90 per cent of these S go into the manure By the vra Uncle Jim says to be sure and haul out and spread your manu re as fast das made a The Nitrogen Supply 7 At the present rate of use known supply of nitrate of so dtowill be exhausted in less than 50 years while as a matter of fa the consumption is increasing steadily and rapidly Itis then fore safe to say that before 25 year have passed the supply will be low unless new fields are dis covered and that the price will be high Over a m llionanda half tons were used last ye tiede young generation of farmers except for the fact that we will aal ways have our clovers our falfa ourcowpeasthe great legume familyand properly rotated these Will supply the ihnde in airwf dtr fi 4J jt 7iMli cT tif i cII Pushing the Fightj There is a move on foot throughout the United States to put an end to the government printing envelopes that rightly belongs to the country shops that will be strenuously taken up at the next session of congress The government has no right to this class ot printing The people haVe never voiced their senti ments to give to the government the rights of the people who pay their money for government work and we dont believe there is any article in the written con stifcution to require the govern businesdanmtown in the union Neither hav larw passed Every editor should pro claim his rights and encourage tso this iniquity Eldorado Okla JreEditor 4 Summer Care of norsest A great many horses are laid up every summer with sore shoulders This can be remedied in a very large measure with sense and care mardn be of the very best kind and fit the animals neck perfectly The collar should be kept Ilea horsefshoulders well washed and brush ed daily f Much dust and dirt arise in t fields and on the roads during the kpy shoulders and collar there to ridgesItime the ollar is put on the horse it should be examined for those lumps and ridges If any are found they should be carefully brushed and rubbed awayAfter each days work especially in warm weather bathe and clean the shoulders with a mixture of warm water salt and sodaHot water is one of the best known natural agents for reliev I ing soreness due to sprains bruises and excessive pressure of the animal body Salt and soda dare healing and disinfecting agents acidsleanees or toiwaterYy Banks N Min V EditotN ews- Thinking that some of my rela tines and friends would be glad leto hear from me I will endear write a few lines I reach Iatsay o was far beyond mye eThe soil is of two kinds what they call a choeholate loam what I would calla reddish sand Se ond avery heavy sand They raise mostly milo maze millaret beans and melons The grass is what they call gramma and curly mosquite which is very stockalThe water is as good jas I ever drank in Ky and the wells are from thirtyfive to one hundred feet deep T axnabo teigh miles r9tMe ct ft SSliiorit It 1f ir t jji ti r piii about one and a half miles from the P 0 and store about three from the School house where we chIingWe have fine cedar wood to burn but have to haul it about twenty miles Thanking you for this room in your paper George A Smith 4+ Abused Merchant lThe it is that there is no gent erally helpful to a community and so universally abused as the coun try merchant timessbackdconetinuous fighting for his rights from the time he opens his doors in the morning till he closes them at night It is little wonder that we find him grouchy and cross a t timesHe has to fight with the salesman to get his goods at a price which will enable him t o sell themso as to meet competition so as to satisfy his customers He must be ever on the alert and watch everything that comes ia to his store to see that only first class articles rare put o n his dtHe is continually harassed by people who want credit whose annI oftimessa loss to deal There are numerous calls on him for charity and instihe tutions If there is to be a new enter rise of any kind started a new railroad or franchise of any nature or a new manufacturing enterprise the merchant js always expected to assist by subscrib ing for stock which many times proves wortless No matter what cause or con dition may arise looking to the betterment of the condition of the town the merchant is the one on whom the responsibility of assisting with capitaland time falls Your private citizen your land owner scarcely takes an interest in these things He profits b it however as does every other resident or farmer near the town whose property is enhanced in value thereby Since so much is expected of the merchant since he employs so many people in the conduct of business since he is such an important factor in the upbuild of a community why should he not receive the patronage and support of every resident of a community Why should t money of a community be sent out of that community Jo su port people in a large city 4 orOne of the best foods for little eetel1 milkmis hiMt witnh sweet milk Feed the birds aII ways with sweet or use always sonce disturbance of the digestive or gansmay result 1 Hens two years old and over should lie fed justenoug4tQs- atisfythem and at the same time have them apparently relish every mouthful they obtain In that way they will not Become too fat to lay well Just assoonas a hen becomes fat enough to appear lazy justthen her iisefulnesa ends as an egg producer flr b i i ij r toV 1r tj ri HL T rlfIL i 7 Sentence Sermons I AConcier lNo man ascends above his idealsEvery mans life depends on the size of his god No man has any rights that lead others wrong The man who has no piety to spare has none to save It is easy to mistake selfprobation for reformation Ml the stiffness in a mans neck is taken out of his back Pie adopted because it pays costs more than lit is Worth It is always safe to idealize the real if you realize the ideal A life is holy in the measure that it makes lives really happyI Resources for pend on reserves made today The best proof of a great re ligion is its use on small occas ions The only way to digest a good sermon is todo what it suggests hiSjbestmans faults by advertisin them You never can express the f cI or of man in terms of the dust alone The Art of Being Happy Cheeaf ulness says Ruskin is as natural to the heart o- man f in strong Health as glow this o cheek and whatever there is habitual gloom there must be either badair unwholesame food improperly severe labor or erring habits of life If children were taught that one of the great life duties is to unfold the funloving sid of their nature the humorous side there would not be so many suicides so many unhappy discordant miserable people so many failures in the world Why shouldent we develop the humor faculty the funloving theIty YWhy should we think it is so very necessary to spend years in g6ing to school and college to develop other meutal faculties and yet take practically no pain whatever to develop the humors the funloving side of our nature Success Magazine IWomen Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous Kidnhee in eruptions and a wretched complexion moopn and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin Iqvely complexion healerth 50c at Paull Drug Co Beware causing too much ar senic in tree sprays or of spraying too often or of allowing too much drip to fall on the soil Prof Headden believes that ar esaccumulatesinI of years until it reach er a quanti ty that menaces the life of the trees In a1 recent bulletin he treesrareand air show the same symptom The first sign is the appearance tecoloredl5 drr1c Li o r r 1 2j f 11 Cif1 I1 yio i czAt 1 t d kf it1 and dries down The foilsgeadrops early so that diseased trees are easily picked cut in the fall and they will be foundnearly girdled with dead bark The secondsear the tree will start but it dies about midsummer 11 Treatment For Roup Roup is a contagious catarrh and will unless immediately wll checked go through the entire flock Every affected bird should be separated from the rest at once The swelling on the head should be opened with a sharp instrument and the wound treat ed with an antiseptic such as listerine or one part carbolic acid to twenty party water A 5 per cent solution of sulphate of copper injected into the nostrils the cleft of the palate the eyes and the wounds made by opening and swellings is said to be very good Sometimes roupe takes the form of diphtheria and is more violent than ordinary roup Sometimes children take if from poul stand if this disease got into my own flock I would kill every af bodygou save time and probably allIthemPut the rest of the flock in warm dry quarters and before putting them in burn a little sul phur in the building first closing all the openings Do not put the birds into the building for at least five hours after the burning cr of the sulphur during which time it should be thoroughly venItilated Ex r No man or woman who takes an interest inthe breeding and willeever find any part of the season more enjoyable than this now upon us when the fayorite matrons are nursing l their foals Watching the equine babies and anticipating the triumphs which it is hoped they will achieve on the track and the show ring is one of the pleasantest phases of a breeders life Killing in Wayne r In a fight at Jones mill on Ot ter Creek twelve miles south of here Sunday Grant Frost shot and instantly killed James Tom Guffey who was coming on to him with a knife first hada pistol which was taken away from him Guffey leaves a widow and seven children Frosts ex amining trial was called yester day and continued till next Mon day His bond was fixed at 1 00000 which he gaveMonti cello Ootlook y What s in a blame Talking of names what sinlthem A good lot Sometimes We knew a girl named Rose once She was a daughter of old Rose and he being a little romantic christened her Wild Certainly Wild Rose is apretty name But alas the old nm was not farseeing She married a man named Bull Then again we happen to know a carpenter named Pier kiNo man saws down on a nail this outq WhatHs it He thinks they azecallifig jiinv v Ye t eres a cdel inf London Scra jSeki fiIJ tLr fiti1odt lJJlf J iA I t 14Gi l t cr rrkyc i r Jil1 I L r t HE ADAIR GOITN TY NWS 11 3 l V ll I se 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the World The of all the Presidents the Rulers of all jjrith I Coats A page of PRICEiit4r Kentucky from formation of State to the year 1909 A Directory of Kentucky iving Fiesidential Vote State Officials U S Senators Chief Justices Speakers of Ken tucky House Judicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem I FROM 1IsaacShelby 1 SPECIAl iEUtuittg 1imt Republican State Central Commit Executive Committees Senatorial of Kentucky when made and Counties Area and Population of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philip and Population of States and Coun States and those admitted Post Kentucky Governor Wall given FREE to those who subscribe Post for One Year at J800 or for at 200 by Mail This price only for get The Evening Post delivered Agent Sample Copy and full description of better subscribe today and get once THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky THE WALL ATLAS THE EVENING POST Shortstops Economy is the true guardian I1 pf prosperity An ideal is something you cherish so long as you talk about itIWhen a man dies he is forgot ten unless he so makes his will j that there will be a contest over it A preacher has a hard time He is either too fogyish or he is too freeandeasy I have always felt sorry for the czar until I read that he has San income of ten millions a f year Onehalf the world wonders why a woman isnt jealous of her husband the other half cant see why on earth she should be j J Very few men Hide their light under a bushel without making sure that the bushel will be acci dently upset Theres a terrible lot of second hand advice being passed around When a man cant brag about his soninlaw he can always i boast of how his daughter is making a man of her husband If public opinion was incorporated l in many a mans pitaph it lould read Skiddoo It must be interesting to a child to hear a father tell of his i boyish pranks just after he has whipped it for some mischief l The man who owns a new au tomobile is dissatisfied unless to either you or he talks of it all the f time IAn old man has ohetfeason for self congratulation When he K asa baby his parents couldnt Shave so many photographs taken 4 of him without any clothes on t The only thing you p edto 4b i f t i J AND YOUR GETr WALL Nations I TO I Augustus E Wills n I WITH THIS PAPERl to get a reputation as a good conversationalist is to say Thatsjl so to everything the says readjingyou may will argue that you ought to be poor When a mans wife goes away he is glad that he doesnt have to be on time to his meals and when a womans husband goes away she is glad that she doesnt have to plan any meals Youcouldoffer a tendollar re ward for anyone that eats the mashed potatoes or cauliflower served in side dishes in the ordi nary restaurant and not lose a centSSThe Navigation of theAir The navigation of the air is no longer an experimeut but an ac complished fact As the first steamboat and the first railroad train were crude in their nature so is it with the airships of the present time but the develop ment and the perfection of aerial navigation will be as rapid as was the application of steam to locomotion Count Zeppelin of Germany hasjustbrokenall aerial records ih traveling 456 miles without stopping in twenty two hours and having perfect control of his airship during the entire flight This German itf- yehtor together with the Wrights of this country have made prac tical what has been tried with more or less success for many centuries adr vantage the navigation of the air will we to humanity remains Jto de will destroy the yalue eftand navies and if we ae to ye future wars J they will mostlikely befought r F fU tby ships in the airE Town News Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July275 days Lancaster July 283 days Madisonville Aug 3S days Winchester Aug 35 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington Aug 96 daysSRussell Springs Aug 104 days Taylorsville Aug 104 days Uniontown Aug 105days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Columbia Aug 174 days Leitchfield Aug 174 days Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Providence Aug 17 5 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Broadhead Aug 183 days Shepherdsville Aug 183 days Ewing Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug 45days London Aug 244 days Elizabethtown A u g 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days Florence Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkinsville Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 15 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Hodgeriville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 74 days Carroll Gallatin Owen Tri County Fair Sept 84 days Glasgow Sept 84 days Sanders Sept 8T4 days LouisIvilleScottsville Sept 163 days Bedford Oct 12 days Dirigo theIwork The weeds continue to grow and should it dry off for awhile there would be some- hustling in the old town for awhile JSophia the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin Petty has been very sick for the past few days A little son of Mr and Mrs Dean Acree who lives a few miles below here felland cut his tongue nearly into Drs G T and H B Simpson dressed the wound and it is hoped the little fellow will soon get all right There was almost a flood last Tuesday night in some sections It is said that Caseys fork was two feet higher than it was ever known to be before The farmers along it suffered considerable loss Most of the fence as well as the crops being washed away Olen the little son of Mr and Mrs J J England came yery near being drowned the otfyer day Jim and some other part ies had gone fishing and the boy went with them He got in deep water and Washed under a log before he could be rescued Mrs Nancy England who has been visiting relatives in Met calfe county for the past two months is at home J W Simpson Breeding was here last Friday looking after sheep and hogs TlIreaTeIIoMoftIl Ftt r W ImtfctUiiiMk StobM tbs t to other mka of ttem I TWs efMMMI tk ir a9M accuracy and simplicity MMJalcasl1THOtt eft of FahiobIt- e abcirs ta bY r s Magazine Oiie pars abaipt4os sa Mrlcostll3ceJ t LIIC M epti E abcrlbrgta a U Pa- I1fl u JIM 5bIb tday- si Y =P rQa e PP tIrH Mtotu CALL COJf1 hi 1 DIME NOVELS FOR THE GRIP New Yrks Mayor Tried Em First Then Passed Em on to Friend Mayor George B McClellan of New York city has a new cure for the grip which he is recommending to his friends The discovery is a strong testimonial for the medicinal proper ties of the Nick Carter dime novels The mayor had been suffering from an attack of the grip for several days but remained at his desk He found that the combination of the malady and his work necessitated radical measures for mental relaxation and hit upon the idea of spending a few hours each day with a volume of Nick Carter He found the experiment to surpass his fondest expectations and told his friends about t- An Interesting incident followed John G Milburn who is a close friend of the mayor was chatting with him the other day when he remarked I had a startling experience with Mr Ledyard today He has been suffering from the grip for some time but has insisted on remaining at work I went Into his office to inquire about his health and what was thy surprise to find on his desk several volumes of those cheap dime novels written by a person named Cartera most startling habit your honor Yes replied the mayor Is sent em to him PYGMIES IN CHINA DrvNGeil Tells of Race He Found Near Chinas Great Wall Dr William Edgar Geil of Doyles town Pa who traced the great Chi nese wall its entire length a distance of 1250 miles 200 of which had never before been mapped returned recently to New York on the steamship Minne hahaThere are ten great walls apart from the famous one the explorer says He discovered a race of Chinese pygmies to the northward of the wall where they have dwelt for twenty centuries in the mountaiHS Seven hundred miles of the wall are built along the line of greatest resistance Dr Geil says He found 20000 great towers each capable of holding 100 men yardsIcrevice however tiny was buried alive in the structure The pygmies couldnt stand the hard work in 210 B C and saageIIIDr Geil says that In 2 000 cities and towns officers are drilling the inhabitants in the use of arms China 4000It INTERNATIONAL MONEY New Travelers Checks Adopted by American Bankers Association The first specimens of the new in ternational money or travelers asI1will soon be presenting the orders inS The checks are the result years of deliberation on the part of the American Bankers association and a special committee worked on the prop osition for many months The checks are handsomely engraved on scientifically protected paper which it is held cannot be counterfeited There are four denominations10 20 50 and 100 tinted in blue green straw and orange respectively As each check bears on its face the ac ceptance of the New York banking in stitution on which it is drawn the party who cashes it takes no risk even though he may not know the signature of the issuing bank An identification signature at the time of purchase and a counter signature at the time of cashing it complete the chain of pro tecting devices Arrangements have been made for their acceptance at face value by bankers and hotels in all parts of the world AUTOMATIC CRADLE SWING Odd Invention That Rocks Babies to Sleep by Clockwork A babys swing and cradle that runs by clockwork and is expected to dis count any foot power cradle ever made is the invention of Sheldon D Vander burgh a real estate broker of Hast ingsontheHudson X Y and an inN fant daughter of Mr Hastings now gets her hIlly nap in this automatic cradle swing The baby is inclosed in a sort of hammock so that it cannot come to grief even if it is not watched and the clock rocks it for a half to three quarters of Van hour with a single winding Mr Vohderburgli has three children Frohmanizing the Stage In London and generally under the caption Stars and Stripes they have coined a new phrase Frohmanizing the stage apropos of the fact that Charles Frohman at present has at fractions in six London theaters At the Adelphi he is presenting the new I b rplay Strife by John Gals worthy at the Hay market Bevis new comedy in three acts by Hubert Henry Davies at the Garrick Sam son with Arthur Bourchler in the tiA tie role atthe Duke bt Yprks J M Barrie8 comedy Wl1at EverY Woman Knows at the Comedy theater W Somerset aughamiB comedy uPen loPtjw1th kI MArie tempest thettHTbeIaTvr1 l jif L J to ff i Pellh m j Wheat is looking fine in this neighborhoodS who has been dangerously sick for some time is better at this writing Miss Sallie Hutchison who has been confined to her room for three week is better Mr H T Smith and his son Deedwere visiting friends at Ozark last week Mr Willie Spears wife and daughter of Green county were visiting at Charlie Hutchisons last week Bud Pendleton and his son James were visiting Messrs James and Clay Suddarth last week The Cyclone and Egypt ball teams rossed bats last Saturday The score stood 16 to 7 in favor of the Cyclone boys Perry Hutchison and family of your town were visiting the formers parents here last Sun day Sam Cofer and family of Co burg were yisiting the lattersI parents at this place day Rollin Todd and Miss Ella Do honey were visiting Mr and Mrs Chapman Browning o f Mill town last Saturday night Rhue Squires was looking af ter his interest near Milltown last Sunday afternoon Miss Kate B Squires our popular milliner Cane Valley was visiting at home last Saturday night IMr Chas Browning and fam ily of Bliss were visiting the family of Mr Scott Todd last SundayMr Singler and daugh ters of Campbellsville were vis iting Mr Scott Todd and family last SundaSf Your scribe attended an en tertainment at the L W T S Mrs Fjnis Cundiff and children of Cane Valley were visiting Mr and Mrs John Cundiff last week IHenry Squires and wife of Neatsburg were at the bedside of the formers father Mr S IE Squires last week oMr Elvin Hardrick of Neats burg was visiting at Mr S E- Squires last Friday Mrs John T Banks who has been confined to her room with malaria fever is able to walk about her room J W Sublett Vester 1Messrs Banks Hancock and Gum Ellis of Cane Valley were fishing at this place last week IMr Joe Todd and Mrs Robt Hatcher of Camp Knox were visiting the family of John R l Gundiff last SundayI John Will Cundiff one of our lest marksmen killed two squir i lsat one shot one day last week v Sam Murray Suddarth set a hen on 15 eggs one of the eggs was very large and it hatched two chickens Kbur scribe saw them Ruby The recent rainldid great darn age in this section ttujoing several com fields outside on the reeks Banners have been very lousy for the last three or four days setting out tobcco- RevH T esife fined r rf ular appointment at Independg ence Several from this place attend ed meeting at Harrodsfork last Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Brake visit ed relatives in Cumberland coun ty a few days ago SMrs G R Wilson is on the sick list L L Harvey and wife visited the family of W J Bean Sunday fMrs S E Estes visited the family of X W Scott last Sun daytL W Sparkstvas the Fair play neighborhood on business last week Sam Feese was at this place last week looking after produce 5jIr and Mrs B L Harvey- X visited the formers parents last Sunday IAbher Several from this place attended Sunday school at Parcels chapel Sunday platitiIgIWheat is looking well here The musical entertainment at Mr W A Humphress was larg ly attended and some excellent music was rendered by the string band of this place Miss Clara Robertson and sis ter were at W B Morris Sati urday night J So Short INotHe was supposed to be a poor but otherwise honestyoung man while she w a s admittedly a thing of beauty Will you marry me he asked No she answered You are very short he mut t tered Ditto she replied Thats why there is nothing doing in the matrimonial line Oh I dont know he sneer ed as he exticted an obese billbqok from an inside pocket and displayed numberof 1000 bills Im not so short Whereupon the unwary maid tried to fall upon his neck but f he gracefully sidestepped and she fell to the floor iii a faint Chicago News A Constipation Remedy Frle g1ifethat your bowels move They should move at least once a day naturally helPIfday you can consider yourself con stipated and it is time you did something about it You wlIlbe glad to know thereis a way out of the difficulty Lemr f uel Landerdale an old soldier at Quincy rIll Elmer McMillan of Speed Mo Mrs maliyothersday they awoke to the fact that Dr theirfriendscured them Today they are loUd inpraise of It tIidIoneofbuttemporarypermanent cure that purgative tablets pmakeCaldwellsration a laxativetonic a mild syrupyliquid that contains IngredIents that notonly cure the constipation but tone the t learnagain smallprice ndoutand bowel troubles in old or young Send your name and address to the doetor and a free trial bottle will be sentso that you can test It betmp hnrn you 010 1 utyunderstand or if you want ant medical advice write willanswernochargfo trYk 8CaMonticdlp m r TI1eN W ndQourierJ QutJa il150 peryear i If 7 j j i l r H THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS it 1 JII If You Want first of r 7id Corne1a- I I Ji li f tt X 1 have just returned from Cincinnati where I pWcnesedlalarge r stock ofMidSummer Goods It is now tim tto weartliis weight and I am ready to wait upon my customers i r i r 4 Ladies and Gents il tor to this line my stock is complete It matters riot what you want I can furnish you and at the very low prices t a Shake w I um1ntr 00 Scofi7da Choice Latest Fabrics st j Furnishings f iC iest r f Notions Hardware and everything else can be found at my place of business and I cordially invite you For the large trade I have received in tfo vttfe past accept my grateful thanks t W L Walker While a circus was giving nI exhibition a t Frankfort last Thursday B C Bowers who was one of the performers Ys shot and dangerously wounded by a Frankfort negro named John Maxey There was 4 o cause for the act The negiro was arrested and lodged injkl Before dayligbta mob visited the jailr took Maxey out and hangeji him Bowers wasan Elk tcnr Mr F AFpx who for four Ateentucky SundaySchool Associa tion died last Saturday fee s v l t J 11 i = Inc a Mr over and had county had plenty rain here and E J Ky j tEe their Mrs S Monday and also Mr Wil liam Owens Junction City and Mrs Flowers and family Who been Mrs Bart KY through this b way 1 last i s Qpie Hart who been lot a r Pt j tf firtf j t ar u r IIc ri Mr Reuben Marcum was Columbia last Friday Mrs A T Stephens set visiting her Mr and Mrs A Holt Miss Roxy Falkenburg is relatives Bart Ky J F Baugh was called Mershons on account the serious illness sister Miss Eliza Baugh Miss Willie Winfrey spent last week with her sisterinlaw Mrs Russell SpringMr Joe Williams pelier was town last Fri dayj lConceded byi all to be the Best i J McCOrmick o t Harvesting Machineryl iThe Buchanan Lyon Co have made i an arrangement whereby Mr J H Pelley will i represent them in the Columbia territory in t the sale of the McCormickf ir 1 Binders Mowers Reapers Rakes i i Any one desiring machine figure with 1 Pelley before buying i Complete stock of repairs can be found at I t Reed 6 lYIillers Columbia Ky NiNNN NN4N4NA N441N N was wellknown Kentucky many acquaintances in Adair Jamestown We have of Mr Mrs T nhei- land son Ray of McKinney attended funeral of grandmother A Patter son of IMr George of Columbia Ijave visiting Flowers mother at passed city 1 their home Tuesday- ofthisM sit thas sck1 ewdays is hisre= J Rw i JiJfil in of Somer is parents H visiting at Dr to Ky of of his Charles Winfrey at of rMoht in our J iNrNfO f rMr J H Smith of Fonthill transacted business in our town- last Friday Miss Katherine Simpson spent last week at Russell Springs Dr WE Lester has returned to his home in Liberty Ky Quite a number of people of our town attended the Sunday school convention at Gave Spring 9 last Sunday Mrs 0 B Bertram and family returned Monday from avisit with her sister Mrs Eliza Bert ram afe Albany Ejr Mr YernpniHolt who hasbeen Store k ePer andguag rsat Iaiipin Ky Teturned home last Wednesday tospenqt few weeks with life parents Afo and Mrs A H lfe j y Pfl1l jJi ttY ir fvr f Shoes Shoes Shoes 1 I have one side of my store filled with the latest style Shoes I can please the eye and my prices will meet your approval My salesmen will take pleasure in waiting upon you all 1 ask is come and look through If you do not want to buy be sociable and come in and a watch others make their selections I f t Clothing Clothing j fIf you are looking for a suit stop at my store The largest stock of Clothing in Adair county is now on exhibition No trouble to fit yon come in m family of Mr Frank Wooldridge last Friday night Mr A Webb and wife of Carthage Tenn passed through our town last Wednesday- Mr C ORowe made our town last week Last Sunday morning about 830 oclock Miss Effie Clayton was married to Mr Liston Law lessof Owensby They wereI married at the home of Mr Phelps of this place After the ceremony they went to church at Pleasant Hill Mrrfor Spokane Washington Mr and Mrs A C Snow attended the funeral of Mrs S A Patterson Mrs Charlie Meadows daughter of Mr D Wilson who has been very low with consumption died Sunday the 23rd There mains were taken to Sunshine for buriali V V t Ii 1 Abs er J Farmers are about through setting tobacco Misses Eula and Bertha Mar tin and brother Alvin attended the meeting at Pleasant Hill and report a nice time Several from this place were at Mt Carmel last Sunday Mr and Mrs Virgil Knifley and children of Knifley were the guests of Mr L D Absher and family Saturday Misses Bursha Vaughan and Rebecca Brockman spent Sunday at Mr Robt Humphress Quite a number of people from this place were at Bear Wallow Saturday Mr and Mrs W P Dilling ham and Mr W A Humphress and son Fred were at Tabernacle last Saturday Miss Judell Robertson who got her arm broken some time ago is improving slowly t MJT and Mrs N R Thomas visited Mrs Ethel Russell Sunday MrJ B Grant the Watkins Lgent as with ourr people Monday r r J dseyDiliinghamm sandisis- ters Berths and Audra r were thlgt1guests of Mrs M A Brock min Saturday night r v Mr Wt11 Cave ofliplq ee con s i s Ivi i i t3ji r Wr y i c 30H08 3BOH080n M EJONESQ VETERINARY SURGEON DENTIST w Special attention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute Js heir to Phone Residence 96 B ta COLUMBIA fe KY f 30BOaE30E3tf e i V Sullivan io Wi- thAltsheler CiIncorporated Wholesale Grocers s Louisville Ky He solicits business from the emerchants of this section of the Statey4444+4 4- f dition remains about the same Mr Ray Page bought of W P Dillingham some sheep price unknown Clear Water Farm 1We have had plenty of rain all through the months of May and farmers have gotten behind with work The health ofrthis community is not very good at present Mrs Joe Allison who has been confined to her bed is reported betterMiss Lula and Lillie Turner of Columbia were visiting it Mr R N Burtons last Sunday Mr Chester Antle and wife were visiting at Mr J L Currys a st Saturday nightSThe decoration at Bear Wallow was largely attended on the 29th Mr D W Moore and family of this place attended the Decora tionat Carmel on tne3 thoo Mr OD Hadley of Russell county visited Mr R H Burton last Saturday and Sunday Rev J M Turner preached a very interesting sermon afe0ak Hill last Sunday ifM 5 iThe Sunday school at OakHill progressing nice y f Mrs SsSrah Curry wstslSnsiSg fAheri4Itlast alf= sh n itr t r 1r it 1 t THE AMIR COUNTY NEWS 5L d I jft J 1 T0 ProspepIY 8iJg y B ver t Wti il t1 IWorth To You 1 J eny 1a to hayeith sat jactiO flf kn l g th egl ena =p n fos e fe J tIIc hat yoii pesIre istferefopt qflnter st to 1whefeJ3BJgles arel ept w argeqJ11nttlesal t e at1t W ma y ma yfacturers T L fe ilJ 5 H I E Ar THE vSUQHJSN75He VplS OCD INO lPBE LSllI L E KBNTU Ky t are in a position to meet your needs f They have the goods and will make prices to suit you If Call and see their display of Buggies and you will be pleased LOUISVILLE MARKETS i Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 500625 Beef steers 350575 Fat heifers and cows 35052o Cutters 225350 Canners 200225 Bulls 225450 Feeders V 350490 Stockers 2254 50 Choice milch cows 35004200 Common to fair cows 15 0035 00 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 740 Mediums 130 to 160r 700 tnifJfJfcTOCRoughs down t LAMBSBest 850 Culls 625675 Fat sheep 0607 Columbia Market t POULTRYEggs is Turkeysl 58Chickens v 10 i iWhe 30 Corn 80 rY PERSONAL t rMrthe Summer + Mr H G ParrisK1 wjas There from Bakerton Friday t Mr Geo H GowdyCampbellsviile was here Friday Mr Harry Goldstein of Nashville is here for a few days r r Bassett Minton Junction City is there for a few weeksIMiss Dimple Conover was quite sick several days of last week Mrs Georgia Shelton was quite sick several days of last week Messrs J W and J G Sublett were here from Carte Valley Monday VJ y ProfCR Payne and wife of Burk esville aye visiting in Columbia MrC S Harris has about recovered from a severe attack of neuralgia Mr Marvin Young and Mr Ray Mont gomery were in Burkesville last week Mr J A Wilmore who is in college at Lexington is at home for vacation Mrs J D Walker of Gradyville was shopping in Columbia a few days ago Mr Mont Montgomery and wife of Lebanon Junction visited relatives here last week Mrs G M Welch of Little Rock Ark is visiting her sister Mrs P V A Grissom Mrs P V Grissom and daughter have returned from a visit to Little Rock Ark Mr W B Thomas and wife Bo nanza Ark are visiting relatives in Adair county Eld Tobias Huff akef has entered the State Normal at Richmond The term is six weeks Mr JackMorris who has been living in Louisville for several years isin Adair on a visit Mr 0 B Jeffries who has been teaching at Hockledge Ga returned home last week Mrs Harmon White who lives in the Fairplay country has been very sick for the past week MrJ M Campbell and Mr J L Campbell and wife of Pellyton were here last Saturday Mr J W Jackmans health improves Very sl wly He is at his place of busi nesS Oplyoccas only Mr A S Ghewning was an on looker at Greensburg Saturday He reports the game interesting liiss S B Marcum who has been teaching at Harrisonburg Va is ex pected hjome tonight Mfss Florence Carter of Lincoln county is lying very sick at the home f relative near Montpelier Pr T T Baker left his son Jo ini jjjouwville much better returning to his iidtf in Amandaville laSt Friday jjr JF Baujgh ot Jamestown pas d pughJiere Jastweek en route tq Laurel county to see a sick sister Jlr I Q Taylor and his sister Miss c J who t i6Kmgat Gl i ef t ti lins Ga returned home last Saturday Mrs S S Williams Eunice who vis ited her father Mr J fl Young and other relatives returned home Saturday Mr J W Mitchell and wife of Rus sell county visited the family of Mr G A Smith last Friday and Saturday Rev A R Kasey went to Monticello Friday his mission being to deliver an address before the school in that city Mr Jo Miller son of Mr and Mrs Bryan Miller who has been in college at Danville returned home last Sat r day Mr Charles Sandusky wife and daughter visited Mr Sanduskys father at Glenville from last Friday until Sunday Mr John Sanders and wife of near Hatcher Taylor county visited Mr and Mrs Walter I gram a few days last week Mrs N W Miller of Madisonville who visited her mother and other rela tives in the county left for her home last Thursday Mr E L Feese went to Pellyton Saturday and returned Sunday with 3iif wife and children who have been visit ing in that locality Mrs J K Robertson and son Mrs Bettie Burbridge and Mrs Jennie Powell of Elida New Mexico came in last Thursday on a visit Mr Curt Bell was here from Red VIHallfor Mr Bell returned with him Mr Geo T Flowers Jr went to Wayne county last week returning with his wife and children who had been visiting Mrs Flowers parents Mr TC Davidson who has been in the revenue service and Mrs David son who has been visiting her parents at Liberty returned home last week IJudge and Mrs Williams Mr Will and Miss Mattie Williams all of Campbellsville visited the family of Mr J T Bacbee Jr a few days ago Mrs W F Hancock of Frankfort arrived Saturday night She was ac companied by Miss Annie Faulkner who has been in school in the Capital city Mr Frank Winf ery who has been in poor health for several months was confined to his bed the greater part of last week but he is some better at this writing Mrs B W Todd and son Enid Okla are visiting Mrs Todds par ents Dr W F Cartwright and wife Mr Todd who is a real estate agent is expected in a few days Mr A G Jones Cashier of the Bank of Creelsboro was herft last Thursday en route to Lebanan Awhere Marion Commandary conferred the Knights Templar degree upon him Friday Rev L T Reeves pastor of the Baptist Church arrived Wednesday evening from Louisville He will not return to the city before Fall and will fill his regular appointments here Mr Gleason Hulse and Miss Mabel Atkins Mr Tim Cravens and Miss Louise Cabell Messrs E G Atkins and J D Lowe went to Greensburg Friday and witnessed the game Satur day Miss Bercie Simpson daughter of Judge J J Simpson whohas Jbeen in Washington and Texas for near ly three years returned home last week Her many friends were glad to see her Hon Geo Nell returned from the Nprton Infirmary last Friday afternoon He is able to walk about and thinks that in a short time his principal diffi culty will be over He is looking fine when you take into consideration that he submitted to a severe operation Mr W R Myers and wife and their daughters Misses Myrtle and Mary left here Monday morning for Dixon Tenn to be present at the marriage of Miss TBirtha Rogers who is to wed a Mississippi genteman Miss Rogers is a daughter of Mr Tilford Rodgers a native of this county The wedding will occur today Wednesday Mr Horace Massie and wife Mr f Will Wilson and Miss Ada Ferese Mr Bob Hanc6ckV Miss Neli ItigramV Mrj Rollin Todd Miss Pink Callison Mr Leslie Tupman ffiss Minnif Eubank Mr SimpapnSimiripns i jlsa Maryl Feese- iMr B1tJ jBblln Miss Susie Kate age Mr Ben Banks kiss Sallie Johnson of Cane Valley jspent jlasfc Sunday at Griffin Spring rv V V cji t j t Preaching Next Sunday W H C Sandidge Eberneezer J F BargerMt Pleasant Z T Williams Columbia J M Pierce Union chapel J R Grider Cedar Point J N Walbert Society Hill B G Wilson Pink Ridge A K Kasey Columbia J H Rood Mt Carmel J F Turner Red Lick W J Levi Milltown J A Johnston Gradyville WSB Cave Providence STOCK ITEMS Elrcy Roe Sparksville bought one cow from R 0 Stotts for 19 one from J W McClister for 2750 two sheep from Laura Campbell for 5 Dirigo cor 000 Grahville Estes sold one calf to Eld ridge Stotts for 750 J W Harvey sold one cow ti B L Harvey for 27 50Ruby cor 71die Henderson opo recently soldaI combined saddle and Harness horse to Mr Richard Reynolds for 150 and bought a horse from Dave Blakeman for 130 Rev J P Vanhoy purchased a horse from Mr Hancock of Columbia last week for 125 Edd Per kins and Charlie Clark sold a nice bunch of hogs to Mr Anderson Greens burg t5 cents per pound rThurlow cor Qirigo Miss Parthina Earls has been very sick for the past few days if Mr Charles Bennett Fairplay is visiting his daughter Mrs J I W McClister thfe week v J R Cummins who runs a saw mill in Barren county 118 at home this week R L Campbell is h well drilled near his r vingj Messer Yates arid H rv doing the work i Messrs Moses Wpoten and sam Garmon Sparkes ile did business here last Thursday The former contemplates becoming a resident of lrlcity in the nearv future Ara Strange is spending thisr week with his uncle WL Strange at Inroad It continues to rain The weeds continue to grow The farmers continues to hunt squir rels Thess are the things that have been going for the past few weeks Hunting has been very good and Eldridge Stotts claims the championship of the county He went out last Saturday and at twelve shots he brought down twelve squirrels n4a raccoon He says if any one can show a better record than that he is willing to sur render Big Elm Mr James Hadley died at his home on Cabin Fork last Satur day morning andwasaaid to restt in the Helmgv tS n ay Mr G W Cpllihsj I cted the services i i Th rainy jatlltP riipeded the progress of farm work in this section toa considerable extent Some corn fields are getting very weedy and the soil toowet to work at this writing t Mr GfrA Mitchell our regular cattfe trader of rHbnt Hill was in tHis section lastf week looking ai1 ter some good feavy oxen arid steers He pays fair prices Mr G W Hays a jsperbus farmer of n0ar his pHcfc fiaid a i 1iA AIr j1f4r yr fMj t tel tJ It uJh OJ 0 01=na IO 10 o 0 0 OOUT J n AT COSTO OJII J 11011 10 0 Columbia Planing Mill Co will move their machinery to Burkes = 0 DoD AH Kinds of Dressed Lumber D o At Cost 0i If you are going to build this year buy your lumbei now while you get it cheap Buy it and haul it when you please We wilWurnish win 1lfreeyou storage room f i O 1 iI FU RNjTU RE 0 i J o We evervmanufactured in Columbia Come at once and get your choice pieces at your own ficeWc are going to sell it Now Is tHetinefrlo bargains 0 Dressers Washstands Bedsteads Wardrobes Tables Cabinets Safes Porch Swings LaWn Swings Settees Colonial Posts Brackets iBanisters and all Fixtures for building purposes O 0i + HALL GOING AT COST 8 PAYNE BY BE9J I O K OJ O ClOJ O toJ ydarling coltto get its shoulder split open by running agaiiist a nail in s slat fence Mrs J M Stevenson visited Mrs L V Turner last Wednesday The reaper and binder compa ny of this place are oiling up th rm chine getting ready for the large harvest of 200 acres in this valley which is a good aver age crop of wheat Now Mr Editor as so many readers of the News have re quested me to give a description of the Big Elm from which I write if you will allow me a small space I will as near as I c ngivea correct description of it It stand on the south bank 0f that celebrated little creek known as Cabin Fork iii Russell county It is 27 feet in circum ference 2 feet from the ground and is 100 feet high from the outward point of branches is 104 it is estimated to be 500 years old has 54 branches 13 of which are larger than salt barrels The t nk is only about 30 feet Jong and estimated1o weigh 5 tons 1t ii lQ fetn diameter One way 50 feet from the ground and con tains over 15 cord of wodcl And is celebrated as being a place wiJBre the Indiana jnt tb form t irgr ttnUi1ti xmitiosThis history e et J r i 1 oldest inhabitants This history is coroberated by the fact that there are several Indian mounds scattered over this section of country Griders Store We are having some sunshine and the farmers are proud of it lOne day last week a man was found lying on the road side seeming to be crazy He came to this place and would not talk and the people wanted to get rid of him so they went for an officer JY E Hale who took him to Jamestown Bro Gailor preached at French Valley last Sunday at 11 pcloelf- J T and C G Hale were inl Columbia last Thursday HF Ashbrook had a log ron ing Saturday A large crowd from this place attended the unknown tongue meeting at Russell Springs last Saturday night and all reported a jolly time Otho Richardsi if Jamestown i sjted hisgT ndparentsiS claynight i f t sIcess 1 Ifervgranlc Hale tnodt preaching l tStinay We ire ladtoie h11lQu aiain V t rf0 iitJVi2 Ft i j 7 7 j iLi Sidney Hale has moved his v sawmill to Nat Montgomery tf farm if J Land a Ie Hale LZ Sv J Wilson and Marcus Woojdridgev postponed their trip to Cincin Vv nati last Saturday Cullen Hale says that Judge Hancock acted a perfect gentle thefIlast Christmas A large number from here and i Russell Springs attended the meeting at Pleasant Hill last iIthe outside world by telephone running from Russell Springsta ir Row na t Moody Shoppingweeds is the order of the day in this vicinity Z On Account of the imm nserainiJfall the farmers crops shape v The latest crops of tobacco i t1 being sett in Green county thaii P has feeen for ten years i I The equity society is doin 1t homework in this county and wfelj V hpj it may 50 cdntmuer1hat thetr t farmers may geti their prices foil their prpdMts f L Miss Lurline iGauaes was tot IsPrIJtn twat I aji i rkt Yi i tA i tiki i trf f i t t 1 T j c 6 d J r THE ADAIR COUNTYNEWS t i S Jie N Time Card In effect Monday Dee 811908 SOUTHBOUNDv 1 V TRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AaLEBANO N VVNo27y 700 am 942a- it No23 815 am Vt1004ai 1 5NoJ79 505 pm vi 740 pn piXf3fv NORTH BOUND FTRAm Lv LEBANON Ar LouisvILLl S 024 JSrfSam 750ai p 78 732 am 11015 ar oi28 430pm 655 pi No 22628 pn 15pi 3Xo 92 732 am 1015 f Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only M WISEMAN SON IC and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians t Special attention given to work and all orders in r ofgoods in our line 1Oposite Music Hall 132 Market Bet lst2d StLouisville Kyf ISD creriSbawl Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical 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 II FROM COLUMIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I Coffins AND Caskets U I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which willbe sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it J PatronizeJ E Snow Russell Springs j WILMORS HOTEL W W UiiLxJ dOH Pitopt FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates P GRftDYlIILLe KY 1 u- + Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 i f Dr James Tripleti ftOentls t JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY jEt mut1bat Dentist ICE PRON It ROOMS IN II BUILDJNG E NO 40 KENTUCKY RING 3 it Joseph H Stone A AttorneynLawit if this and adjommg counties a mv A mcstQwn ctltlCY I i tM i I J ryrtt IiofIli i a fk W a 1r rJrk6 11 liii r J e V SX 0 i I s + I 1 EfKLYI i e OOURIERJOURM I e HENRY WATTERSON EdItorJn v vik r 2l aJNaoional Newspaper D politics It prints all the news without 14 Jearor favor The regular pricels 100 IJq GOtJRIERJOURNAL a jear but you can tthe WEEKLY I 0 t AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I BOTH ONE YEAReJI e or15O r 1 if you will give or sendJyour order to thisa5555- 1 i ernot to the Courier Journal IIsundrate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper e I 0 0 0 MX S VMX MX MX X MX O MX IX MX NIX MX MX VWvwwMX XJN iimiCm7iinioim2Nm Xl Xl XIN Xl Xl XfS XIN Xl XK itIVv ai PIKE CAMPBELL MGR m f- 7i Refurnished Redecorated djC modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu vi- larn5 Prices Convenient to Wholesale 15 and Retail Districts Churches and a D- j 7iTheaters vi SIC FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLEI n m FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN ACID WALNUT STREETS 111 w i 11 Louisville f Kentucky V Ali7i7isizr y SS O y y r irNyiir y i vrXX KIMBLE HOTELJ W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR b GOOD ROOMS 100 PER DAY GOODjBHDS SAMPLE ROOM FREEit it I LIVERY AND FEED STABLE II CONNECTION rcxxrrs im x r crY RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY lli The Louisville Trust I Companv IfifthLOUISVILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a generai trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part ofthe State asExecutor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every psi tion of trust that can be held by an individual vVJ5 t f 5iS S t1 It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength V o Special Clubbing Offer with The Louisville Times and this paper Milltown Rev Henderson from Edmonton preac 1edIerelast Sunday Mr and rsWrtThomaSf Arianza Ark are visiting Mrs Pate Thomas Mr ant d MrWJ lheStiIlsOfi of t ffl f i r uSS 3 t lf L Green county visited the farm ly of G P Handy last weeki My Will Lindleyj of Louisville is in this community4 for a few days visiting relatives Je social at Cha manBrown cTirigs last Sstediiyj night was i fy F 1 i pjr1a f i f largely attended It was given r in honor of Misses Ella and Tom mie Dohoney of Cane Valley sisters of Mrs Browning Our merchants have received their spring goods and they in vite their customers to call and examineEverybody is done planting corn and they are now settingto bacco A Thrilling Rescue How BertR Lean pfCheny Wash was saved from afrightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Then 1 paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokanee who did not help me Then I went to Califor nia but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which com pletely cured me and now 1 am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchi tis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Gadberry On account of the recent rain the farmers are behind with IItheir crops from this place attend ISeveral of Mrs Mattie Bennett at Pierce chapel last Sunday forenoon Miss Mary Bailey of Ozark who has been visiting her sister Mrs Fannie Johnson at this place for the past week return ed home last Sunday Mr and Mrs R W Hurt and little son Leonardvisited Mrs Sophia Hurt last Sunday Lawrence Young made a busi ness trip to Gradyville last Fri dayIMr F R Johnson madeaI business trip to Garlin last Sat urday Mr LB Cain of Gradyville was the guest of George Morri son and family Thursday night of last week Miss Maud and Liddie Stone were the guest of Misses Docia and Bettie Loy last Sunday GADBERRY NO 2 Wheat looks fine in this corn munityThe Sunday School at this lace is progressing nicely with Mr Joseph RosebaunVas Superintend entThe funeral of Mrs Mattie H Bennett wife of Mr Z L Ben nett was preached at Pierces Chapel Sunday morning by RevtMarion Antle aIPierces chapel Sunday evening familyIspent Sunday at Mr Joe Rosen baumThere I will be preaching at Johnson School house the first Sunday in June by Rev TJ Campbell Messrs Henry Conover Berry and Jim Garner Rollin Willis and Prof Rural Cabell of near Joppa attended meeting here Sundary- tvMissand Guiney Har risonf aFthe guest of Miss Atta a id Blair Sunday R Njf tNg Wag geneclgusMs of corn at 60 cents per bushel Mr Calhountown was visiting Z L Bennett f Tuesday night y Mrs Berdie Darnell and children of th splaEf visited her father tTi Taylor ofFair lay Sunday 1t3fe JA an4 Aquilla Barnelljr attended meeting at 0enaf6rkr Sunday evening vyi r i rt i t i ITi g IOOCJOaoCJaQ cJeaeaOf l Newly furnishedj J Conveniently located jj S1fA firstclass Restaurant in pnnection B- IF Neat Clean Rooms jj 1 The udsonouse I Q r I Rates 100 Per Day i IIam also prepared to furnish S Anything in the Bakery Line I I tYour Business Solicited ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky I pikewFJIOBSONCEESBUG fENTI1Cf Y t J alas El qugh t piObietr Witte Fet1 I to fence in Green and Adair counties lVThe Stay wires on this fence are so f attached that they cant slip on thei Line Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Gets f t ENOt1 fl r Poultry tt ttibg r to 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 YrYrYrinc ncr rm ilr f ae IIIIthing etc that is kept in a General Store such as Clothl make a specialty of handling ladies furnishing goods and have large stock on exhibition II I o Mrs Ermine Wilson o Russell Springs Ky I YXXXXt Xxx mxxXX OCIX OOOOCx CXOOC ooCoo o s fK iIo Marble Cemetery work of all kind Granite o IIyouY Trade from Adair and adjoining counties solicitedJ i Main Street Lebanon Ky 4 IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE 1 l k See my Stock of r GENERAL MERCHANDISE r ioduee Wanted T f I w L SIMMONSt NUKCSSY 1 H Plij iouistiIie Past TIw AirCOunIykeE I yr135O 9v3 lr h 3fat t ru Sf z1 fs t J h yc iTPt THEMDAIR BOUNTY NEWS 7 1i 4 LewisWUfcvrll Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING CARLOAD EACH Studebaker f Bifdsell 111 Iburn i = =WagonsA car load o- fOliveri Chilled Plows A car load of JfOist Harrows A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for tradetLIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE i i Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to Z Largest Sash and Door i in thef Sendjyour orders to us for prompt shipment t good goods If We them HUGHES INCORPORATED + + + e + i Oeblett t116e market St Bet 1st Spook Telephone cue carry 5 50 Different F Styles Fence Also In Stock oofin Ali Ilnds I CONSULTATION CXAHIMATIONFIEE sssw+ + ssoessoo Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Porch Stair Work Interior Finish Etc 0 Wholesale House South iand appreciate 11 ILL OIJ2U Bttos Columns Material 1LOUISVILLE NNl19vNNii N NN NlNN HNNNN S I 1O NrTlA1 bShtA13E- LLlire 0 Cutlery Gans s WAaof1 IVIATERIAIt i oaiSllil1e ltentt1eky 2167 Both Phones LYr7SClSJJIS I IIWtFENCE STANDARD STYLE n six nEIGIITS J TiiiGDrt James Menzies m OSTEOPATHY T SJZ r Iiu J AN6 fI a J fftce c ATRESIIENCE V iii Columbia Kentucky r fi c t i r fj Y f r I What Telephone Girls Know Youd better keepon the right side of the telephone girl for she sits in her chair and listens to the voices from everywhere She hears all the news knows who is happy and who has the blues she knows all our sorrows she knows all the girls who are chasing the boys she knows of our troubles she knows of our strife she knows every man who is mean to his wife she knows every time we are out with the the boysshe hears all the ex cuses each fellow employs she knows every woman who has had a dark past she knows every man who is inclined to be fast in fact theres a secret neath each saucy curl of that quiet demurelooking telephone girlsIt the telephone girl would tell all that she knows it would turn half our friends into the bitter est foes she would sow a small wind that would soon be a gale engulf us in trouble and landus in jail she wouldJet go a story which gaining in force would cause half our wives to sue for divorce she could get all the churches mixed in a fight and turn all our days into sorrowing night in fact she could keep the whole town in a stew if shed tell the tenth part of the things she knew Now doesnt it make your head take a whirl when you think what you owe to the hello girlIWe Use Tobacco The American consumption of tobacco is shown to be more than one third of the total for the world by the department of com merce and labor The worlds annual consumption is 600000 tons and the share of the United States is 220000 tons annually or 540 pounds to each inhabitant This is more than the consump tion of Germany and Russia com bined four times the consump andd e con sumed by France Astria Hun gary Belgium Italy Canada Mexico and Australia In indi vidual consumption Belgium out ranks this country with a per capita allowance of 621 pounds and Italy is lowest with an indi hain o twSare interesting and may point a moral if the national characteristics of the nations their progress or otherwise are considered in re lation to the per capita consump tion of tobacco Drinking Fount for Chickens A very convenient and inex pensive drinking fount for little chickens can be made with a threepound tomato can after the top has been cut put Punch a hole about onehalf inch from the top invert this can in a shallow tin or granite pan a lit tIe larger than the can thisj keeps the pan full up to the hole in the can as long as there is water in the can To fill to the can right side up and ill with water put the pan over the top holding it onwith one hand with the other turn the whole outfit quickly over One for grown chickens maY be mad in the same manner by using a tenpound lard bucket a da- larger pan for the base Of othisJfk Iy 4 z ii lJ t t s J rr holes in the cans except as inII tIIntowill run right out and overflow thee pan Decoration Day y Again decoration day has dawned and the numberless hosts who attended the memorial ser vices one year ago today many of them at least are sleeping in the silent tomb It is a solemn occasion indeed when we call to memory the fact that each tomb is the resting I place of the nations dead They are sleeping the quiet peacful slumbers of death while we are left to decorate their graves and commemorate their dee sanQ achievements by peacefully as- embling together and following f the custom of our forefathers by offering thanks and praises the giver of life for such al people with such a history I have often thought and veil ly do L believe that the noblewomen whom we have the honor of calling mothers were superior I in patriotism to either father or- son They sacrificed their only begotton that this nation might live and stand sovereign They bade farewell to those who were nearestand dearest in an effort to rid our country of tyranical rule to reunite the shattered re publicand live in a land of free dour where we can call our places of abode home sweet home To us who were born too late to ourIfying to know that opportunity will not be wanting to show our love for our country In a nation isIequality and derives it just pow ers from the consent of the gov erenedj where every citizen is a sovereign and no one cares to wear a crown Every year pre cents a field of labor and every day brings forth occasions for the display of patriotism and if we compliment the achievments of the dead and their surviving comrades and make no prepara tion for the present responcibili ties we fall short of our duty as a part of this nation E G Hardrick Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve oint ment Jotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the oneI perfect healer of Cuts Corns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Handsits supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Paull Drug Co Buy But No Account IITne generally accepted belief person IS useful in pro portion as he is busy is contro verted by a writer who says scI have a dog that is loaded up with fleas In the summer time when flies are plenty that is the busiest dog I ever saw when he isnt biting at the fleas hes snapping at the flies He never has a minute to spare butwhnhe is the busiest he is theleast account for practical purposes An d inlmy a Waterbury watch and he smokes I cigarettes When he isnt wind ling his watch he is lighting = eeyoung man a two hoops in a water barrell It is said that Senator e1 Baleywillbe a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Gov y ii ii cEIi J J j 55 t JTKE I 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 f fect dispositionof any horse I have ever owned or handled 1 He is sound in every particular and will measure up to your demands if you want to raise an allpurpose horse H His binding combines the highest class of trotters tracing to the great Hambletonian 10 on both sides in the second generation Hambletonian 10 is conceded onlybeingrare bindingIIn every instance money is due when colt is foaled mare trad aCClI tterI prepare furnish toI farmers withI IIIIOne car of Binders Mowers Disc Harrows Hay Rakes Also the Olin 1 ver Chili Plows and the Brown Cultivators Wheat fills Corn Drills A IYtcar of Wagons one car of Buggies and manY1tl1Ings ot J11 H Phelps 1 Jamestown Ky Binder Twine Buggy WhpsI L J U HARDWi S Pres J P COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 VIILtLtWl IGaTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS J 1301 LOUISVILLE = rlrSMOKf Shetitlroniand Tank Work N 59- rt JBBlNa WORK SOLICITep All Oil rnor of Texas in order to have fuller vindication by the people of his State from the charges which were Brought against him the last Legislature Senator Bailey must feelvery confident how the Democrats of the Lone 1 tXI 1 31 i 1 l 1 r I am be mRCaIfilSTS I III THIRTEENTHMIfiIN I hindsof Machinery Repaired IState will vote and certain that f he will win the nomination If I Jihe anything but a vindi cation It would be poli ciils lruiIlE Town News 1Oi 5 t t li Jx r J h Irt J K t I f c= I l t j1b f i 7 f f 4 Sr I THE ADAJRCOUNtuui tt E t t s J IL If yrf J ou oeet a8INDERi v Hay Rake Mower Cultivator Binder Twine Te trwe f p have the best assortment of Buggies ever on the Colum pbia market f all grades to suit all kindsvt of repairs for f tI cr f Machinery call at the r j t y j V S Z j I JeffriesHardVareStoreiQQ W F Jeffries Sc Sons Proprs Q I 4444 444 4 I YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN I- ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY ANNAS GREEN SEAL PAINT = J is without doubt the most efficient house paint Lf on the market and is cheapest in the end in that r t J it will go further and wear longer than other paints Only the best materials are used with J c WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT itf PIGMENT tempered with istenough zinc to prevent chalking quickly as is the case where lead alone is used S ti f L cjofr aM wfFOR SALE BY f t r Jeffries Hardware Store II W F Jeffries Sons Props I SGradyviHe jweefr and i JOur farmers are about through l setting tobacco c- d lastrV Friday in Columbiai l Quarterly meeting at Summer J Shade church last Saturday and Sunday withif25rScents per gallon YJohn Franklin will begin his i flew dwelling house fn a few t4 days j Y fMrTh s Murrell Qf Colum ourjwQwn Vrh f x ji Rev Crawford and family of fi iumbiia spent last Saturday r night visiting the family fo Mr jpfcD Walker of this place Our produce men made their egular trips to our town last week and bought a nice lot of jiroducef pThe wheat crop in this sec jdjDn is looking fine considering Jnp rain we are having Splrs J D Walker spent a day toivs in Columbia last week vis- Rji tlng her relatives I1rsT k Hulse and her Miss Ina of Columbia spent a day or so visiting the P iamiljHof Mr CO Moss of our yr city last week r Thos Turk Qf Barren wiItJa l ithe family of Mr Charlie Yates r thi plac JiW IOfdriJ B3Yates and family f weerr 1rt ar 0ftti f y J jr i ty i9Nr iXfl fIt rr visiting their relatives in the community of Joppa Mr J L Walker the popular merchant of Columbia spent a day or so visiting his relatives and hunting at this place last weekic X Messrs Dan Wilson and Dan Hatcher better known as neigh hot of Horse Cave were shaking hands with their many friends in our town one day last week Messrs James Diddle and Nat Walker made a trip to Greens burg last Friday with a load of Rev W H C Sandidges house hold goods Our mule men are getting the prices up o n extra good mule colts in this section We have heard of some fEv refusing 90 00 and 10000 on their colts Miss Sallie Coffey of Colum bia spending this week with her aunt Miss Bettie Smith neat this place f t i Last Sunday notwithstanding the rain the church at Union was filled with people to hear Rev J R Crawford andwe must say he delivered two interesting ser mons that were highly appre ciated by our people and we are glad to know that we had plenty of dinner for ally present Mr William Hill of Marrowbone was with our stockmen one day lastweekyWe ld nit think there ever was a better fotoriyeaarol4 iare mule Jn this m jr 3 K tow Ethan egad with him It isli eKfectymodel in everyreI- I i spect It certainly goes without saying that Mr Hill knows ex cthfhwtO care for stock and- especially the Peacock family of hors WeAaye taiensiecial i r C1V 1 if Jkt i J fii j fu r tb J kl haqIthat they cannpF be surpassed 11i any wjay IvClDrbME Jones veterina tsurgeon and dentist of Golumr bia has been calling to see sevT eral Cases of different diseases with stock in this section and has been very succ ssftilWe- must say that he performed an operation on a oungl1orsefric J A Diddle a short time ago that was wonderful Mr Diddle with others did not think that there was much show for the life of the horse Born to the wifer of Allen Par son on the 30th a 10 pound boy Mother and child doing well Mr Porter Squires and brother of the Summer Shade communi ty were in our midst last Thurs day and reported a large crop 6f tobacco set in that community notwithstanding the farmers were not through planting their rich Russell Creek bottoms r I Bakerton iCl rand Mrs H C Par ish of Howards Bottom went toCp lumbia last week tov visit Judge G T Herriford andfamily r S T Irvin is about j half done planting corn S Parrishtvisited G W Broctmanl U A weekLIiiql W F Rose died theli l with neumomaM a n l Gwore brave yard x t r I The Steamer Rowena His missed one trip on- Yaccount of vv y+ fi water rs v Mff J S T Irvin while out hunting 1Yfr tc3 ti I JjrttI J1a t fhL oveliaratItIerton That ended the hunt arid he went home with only two squirrels Mr James Cole was at Baker ton Thursday R L Snow and family o f Monticello h a v e removed to Burkesvelle for a while There were several who went from this place to Burkesville last week to attsnd the com mencement exercises at the new college f Guy M Snow is Visiting at this place this week Flour has reached the dollar mark at this place Hope i t wont get any higher as that makes biscuits five cents apiece Kratzer the jewelery man was here this week John D Lowe of Columbia with MurrayDibrell Shoe Co Nashville Tenn was here this week WH Melton died at his home near this place June 2nd Mr and Mrs S T Irvin and Miss Ellen Williams made a trip to Wild Goose and back on the 11lstSun1IJohn Goff who has been at f tending the L W T Bcame home last week to stay awhile Its a 11 pound boy at Willie Redfords and he is all smiles areIpreparing to build a new tele phone line from Creelsboro to Burkesville to intersect with the Home Qhpanyyh ii it gets to that place Mrs S T Irvin and children visited Mrs Irvins father o n Big benox last week Mr Pigg the Hat man spent Tuesday nigh in Bakerton jrrr J E Baker madea flying trip v theIJsteamer Robert Rhea las t Tuesda I r rPlckett There i has been lots of tobacco set in this neighborhood Farmers are very much behind with their work owing to so much rain- Pickett Howard now have a full store since they moved the stock from Exie Pickett chapel and Fry ball team played last Saturday TheI game was in favor of Fry i The wheat crop in this section is good and will soon be ready for harvesting G W Dudley was on the sick list a few days of last week Mrs W T Kemp is very low with consumption There was a good er owd gathered at Pickett Chapel ceme- terY last Saturday and cleaned it and decorated graves with flow ers j Our third quarterly meeting will convene at Summershade the I first Saturday and Sunday Miss Pearl Hindman will meet the people at Picketts chapel next Friday evening to make arangements for Childrens day at that place some time in the nearfu turelA little child of Dick Rpjeers died one Say last weekwith whooping cough and pneumonia It was laid toT rest vat the Orr- cemetery and funeral by Broi Johnson x itf r l w GfcflslFork au J ii crop r 4 1 jI er looked f- 5Fi FLU M BiER We are prepared to furnish anything needed f in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest patern and we can meet all reasonable de = mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32 = 4 323 and 59 = A GOODMANL a ymm I I 1 IfI7rII 1 71 rn i mmSI- Farmers Woolen Mil 1 s Manufacturer of lL Blankets flannel Jeans YarnEtc prr fK E Only the Best Material A will be used in the goods r Give you Honest at Prices w JIi Will be in Operation July 20th 1909 7iE 1 sv Respectfully n Kyw iiwwwjvw iw riwwiLw iviww v VVI II Iv v 1DRINK I H DOPE COLA Manufactured by OTLEY HOBSONCa- mpbellsville Ky i They also manufacture a number of summer jI Drinks JI i Jf r- w ii WILSON j COLUIBIA fSYs IW is their v representative this ttttJo ir h s 33ai3 33F3f 3338reI i FRIc JAcc1v1q1 I a W R T G Ji m Rrr E I y RepairediW Pay Cash for Old Gold and Silver ilto bOvel Paul Cos Dlug StOle COldtrJbi Iy i OHE38 3 3CJE E3HOf s e a o 4 i HORD c RIGEDEALERS IN = r J- J HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES t- I RUBBER TIRES v I J BLACKSMITH ShfOP IN CONNECTION + + 7 WHEN RUBBER ARE TO BE PUT CM 1 ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE Us A bAIL 1 CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY better here at this time of the The services at Pleasant Hill last Saturday and Sunday were largely attended Plenty of din ner on the ground and good order It seemed that everybody enjoyed themselves GolumVM visiting her grandparents at this placer = Miss Bessie Black ofc Creels bozo rho has been visiting il thit thisc has returned It home Mrs Bttle urbridge afiddrs Joe Powell o Etiok jNe v Mex= ic is visiting relatives at this lace i Jj- J 3aJr f rJ J j 3plttr rS f02 trfJr r t J 11 II Itif Will Work Reasonable for ati TIRES year fine her Mr J A Chapman sold to Damron Young seven poplar trees for 140 MissMedia Petty of Inroad visited Miss Annie Dudley last Saturday and Sunday Mr George Brockman anti family of Bakerton were visit ingvhis father at this place lasi Saturday and Sunday vlMrLouisville are visiting her jparj ntsM TZ TaYfor ale J this Iacej ffThe Gomely entertained by LouisvilleA thIS weelC 5TrJr of i Pti fj t ISl tin1 1