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Ai Tt n TT I iJ= e 1- 1jfT ifj 0 y t0 t 1 ir nu All b1j L jj f t VOLUME XH COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1909 NUMBER 32 J I IGreensburg Against CoSnmbia The best and most interesting game of baseball played in Columbia his season was called at the Lindsey Wilson Park last Saturday forenoon It was a contest between Greensburg and beIinged promptly at 10 oclock by Tim Cra vens umpire andeach inning was ex citing from start to finish R H Durham the manager for Co lumbia was in high hopes of winning the contest but the Greedsburg aggre gation proved a little too heavy for his boys and the game closed 6 to 4 in fa or of the visitors The following figures show the game as played Columbia AB R H A PO E Holladaylb 4 2 2 0 10 0 Fraier If 42201 0 TV Judd ss 40 1 2 2 0 R JuddpJ so o 1 0 0 Winfrey 2b V 3 0 o 3 2 Callison Sb 40112 0 Rosenfied c 4 0 0 1 7 0 I Cravens rf 20000 1 T Moore rfanp 2b 20112 0 I B Moore cf 400000 273II B Marcum 3b 510 1 0 0 Cox c 300280f W 3fipn2b r1 41 3 2 5 0 Ines ss J 4 0 0 3 2 1 W Moore Ib 3 10 1 11 1 Rucker rf 411 00 0 i ISIaraim cf 4010 0 1 Vaughan If 411 1 1 0 Schfeve p 41 2 1 On Totals 35 6 8 11 27 4 f I 2 3 45 6780 T Greensburg 0200300016Columbia 100 0020 1 0 4 Three base hits Wilson 1 Two base t hits Shreve J Holladay 2 base on- balls Shreve 1 Judd 3 Struck out by rJdd 9 Shreve 6 Hit by pitcher Vaughri by Judd Sacrifice hit W Moore 1T Judd 1 B Moore 1 Fra zier 1 Double play Wilson 1 unassist ed Evans 1 unassisted Attendance 100 Unpire Cravens Time 1 hour30 minutes Evening game started with fast pla ing by both teams Game was called J with the last half of the 3rd unfinished the score was 3 to 2 in favor of Greens burg Columbia had 2 men on base with 2 out when rain interfered with 0 further playing A good crowd was rootinghard for the home boys in the afternoon game j OneDayFairIgi I JT vi Sat rdaythe 3dday of July t Runningvraces0 Trots etc A day of enjoyment for everybody Come1n aria l e fcappy for L one day Program will follow Columbia jpcky Club Last Monday night the RusselL Coun ty Medical Society met at the court Jfbuse in Jamestown It has been just 20 years since the Society was organiz ed There was the largest attendance both of physicians and the laity The elaborate program was very i n teresting to physicians and especially i the laity For three hours the society was busy and it seemed that every per I son was interested Theystill want to hear more of the good work of the Society The essays by Dr Flanagan Rwe and McClendon were extra good and were disqussed at length which was participated in by all the physicians i Quite a large attendance of the laity The following physicians were present Drs Flanagan Rowe Hammond Blair Ut HatfieldrNotice l The tax payers of Columbia Graded Common School district are hereby notified that the taxes levied in said district for the year 1909 are now due and are in my bards for collection To alltaxes not paid by August 1st 1909 a penalty of five per cent is attached by law W B Patteson Collector 1 to the Citizens of Cane Valley On Thursday June 17 1907 I will be in Cane Valley to make a general sani mI tary inspection of the town I want the citizens to be prepared to help me in any way that thefzn It is notfor W my good but for yours The things to be looked aft especially will be the j Cellars the privies the stables the alley and the chicken houses Let no man tell me about his neighbors premi but his oWDThe people of Cane m Valley help to pay my salary and they aree titled to my services c VUL Taylor zFHealth Officer if j life a game pi baseball last Saturday I 4fprtnodnVMr M C Winfirey got one p fThi fingers badly hurt and was com 1 Spelled to quit the game A iiicksoit Wedding Of Great Interest The following marriage writeup is from the Dicks n Tenn Herald The bride is a niece of Mrs WR Myers this city and was reaiecLJn the Kelt ner section Two years ago Miss Rogers now Mrs Finger was a visitor to this town making many friends Nothing of greater interest to a large circle of friends here and elsewhere has occurred in the social circles of Dickson this season than the mar riage of Miss Bertha Wright Rogers to Mr H Ellis Finger of Ripley Miss The bride one of the most lovable and accomplished young ladies of Dick son is the oldest daughter of our es teemed townsman Mr W T Rogers The groom a prosperous young mer chant has made a most favorable im pression upon the people whom he has met in his visits from time to time to Miss Rogers So the couple bear with them the very best wishes of many friends for their future happiness The beautifully solemn and impress ive words that united these two lives were spoken by Rev T J Bak r at 8 oclock Wednesday morning June 9 in the parlor of her fathers pretty home on MainStreet The wedding march was played artist isally by Miss Lelia Rogers sister of the bride after Prof D L Swank had sung with much feeling two beautiful selections When Were Together and The Garden of Dreams The guests were welcomed into thehome by Mr Rogers himself who with a WIioldtime handshake met each one at the threshold and the beauty of the reception and hospitality of the occasion was the informality shown to every one bYI every member of the family The parlor was decorated with ferns carnations and potted plants the scheme being green and white COlorI faint touch of pink The sitting where was displayed the many handsome costly presents was in pink The presents consisted of cut glass handpainted China clocks scarf pitchers Vases and quite an array of pretty silverware f home and out oftown friends rOom crowned by a chest of massive sent by the parents of the groom The bride wore a traveling suit dark green with shoes to match hat trim ned with white plumes and carried a very large shower boquet of bride roses maidenhairifern Heronly ornament wa a plain tlJhe put PftSwn guests were Mr W 11 Myers wife and daughter and Mrs Edward Rogers of Columbia Ky Mr Elmer Finger of RipTey Miss and Mr Barnett of Decafuf Ala Mesdames Graham Lawrence Williamson Evans and Mr V Floyd S ffaI of Nashville i Immediately after the ceremony1the pair left for St Louis where they will spend aday or two then returning by Mempnis where they will make a short stop will go on to their Mississippi home They expect to arrive Saturday evening the 12th when they will be tftndered a splendid reception in the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs M L Finger Until their own house is completed 4r and Mrs Fin ger will be at home to their many friends in this home CommissionersS leT ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Carrie L Sapp Plaintiff 1 S Flanagan cDefendents f By irtueofa Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause for the sum of 140 with the interest at the rateof6 per cent pet annum from the 20th day of February 1906 until paid subject to the following credits 60 paid April 3 1906 and 20 paid May 24 1906 and 4Q costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Colum bia Ky to the highest bidder at PUb- lic Auction on Monday the 5th day of July 1909 at 1 oclock pinor thereabout being County Court upon a deIscribedhouse and lot known and designated as lot No 12 in plot recorded in Deed iairCountythe North East side dfTutt street and adjoining1 the town pf Columbia Ky For the purchase price the puVchas er with approved surety or securities IIll execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of salelintil paid and having the force arid effect of a Judgment H T Baker IMaster Commissioner A brother of Dr J tF Baugh Jamestown was accidentally Ji edin iew Mexico last week He left Kentucky about six months agpfpr tke benififcof hiswife health i v vii50 To The Voters of Adair County I am 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 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 ofi er to buy or agree for any of my friends to use either money or whisky to influence voters for me I made an honest fiat footed race from b ginning to end On the other hand I have sufficient evidence to con vince myself that my 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 people To the ones who supported me I am truly thankful because 1 know that none of them had to be bought To the ones who did not support me I have no ill feeling but only ask all to thor oughly consider the matter anp decide which of us is the most worthy of your support If I had 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 1 expect to run I do hereby make a public announcement of my candidacy Yours truly J K P Conover i Carload Weber Wagons We are receiving carload farm wagons wHich will sell foe less money than others get for same wagon FL Wilson Russell Springs Ky Fair Privileges For Sale AH privileges for the 1909 Russell ccfii t Fair be offered for sale at Russell Springs Saturday June 26th at 2pm This is the third AniruaT Fair for this Assn and we want to make it better than ever Any and all bids or other information handed the Secretary will be held in confidence Address or call R G Woods Sec rNotice To Tax Payers J 1 am now ready to receive your taxes for the year 1909 sand every Tax payer in Adair County is requested to call and settle tatjonce and save trouble and cost beth to y u and myself I will meet the Tax payers of each Magisterial dis trict at times and places to be named later for the purpose of receiving taxes and all will be given an opportunity to settle at these appointments 31tf W B Patteson S A C There is not a traveling salesman in this section of Kentucky who is commanding a better trade in the grocery business than Mr E G Atkins who represents J Zinsnieister Bro Louisville Mr Atkins is a fine salesman popular with all the mer chants throughout this setion who take a delight in giving him orders He has a genial disposition is especially ac commodating and he is representing a house that is perfectly reliable one goodsIfE G Atkins He has the prices to suit and after he sells you he will tell a nice story which will keep you smiling for a day A game of baseball was played at the LindseyWilson Park last Thursday afternoon A nine composed of former players challenged the Columbia Club and both sides were promptly on the grounds The Has Heens the name adopted by the former players were defeated easily the score standing 15 to 3 in favor of Columbia dlub A company has been organized to open a lead mine near Dunnville There largequlead from the site for many years It is also reported that there is coal in abundance in the same localityJ Largest fish caught this Summer was landed a few days ago by Mr Geo R Bennett who liy 8ipil Rusee1lserek- It Iwas a catJIQ it tentyons pounds r Sw Jw J aw N Df n c B M Ca11ison and o W MA1jisrI conit te the Mitnicipil BoaY1ft1i- town 20f Cane Va1Iey l r all goon men H I A little son pf Mr J M r Icain neaitQzarlc fell and dislocatd1iie right t rmJast ThursdayV Dr GartwrigiiTe I duced the fracture s f c t Thief Landed Editor News J tr K 1feyone of the best citizens of the Green River section has been troubled for some time by some one stealing meat lard and other things about his premises Last Thursday morning he was surprised by finding a note posted pn his house telling him that he was going to be killed also his faniiyand his building burned He at once sent to Knifley for C G Jeffries and his blood hounds which were hasten to the premises and in about onehalf of an hour CG Jeffries JW Knif ley J G Knifley and John Richardson were on the trail and the guilty party bytlflict the severest punishment as the community has no use for such characters X Thethief arrested charged with steal ing meat lard etc from the residence of J Gi Knifley is a colored girl named Fitzpatrick She was employed at Mr- Kniffeyshome f Commissioners ale7 ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Ray Humphress c Plaintiff Louisa HJumphress c Defendant f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren dered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auctipn on Monday the 5th day of July 19Q9i at 1 oclock p m or thereabQut being County Court upon acredit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Adair coun ty 011 the waters pf White Oak creekj aldjamiDg the lands of Jno Christie on tIe North TomPhipps on the East and jjas Humphress and Nancy Monday on the South and contains 80 acres For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and JUQgmentMaster Commissioner At Greatly Reduced Prices- In order to make room fora Fall stock our present line of millinery goods will be sold at cost There are many nice selections Call at once Mrs L CHurt Mrs L lVubank t ForSale Eighty acres of land Ij miles from Grady ville pn Big Qreek good 5 roorir AIbottom about 60 acres in cultivation Write or call on R 0 Keltner Grady ville Price 110000 324t Mr Rufus Matthews editor of the Taylor County Sentinel has1 suspended his paper for three weeks on account of his health We are sorry to report that he has been ina low state of health for several months but trust that the needed rest he is now taking will greatly improve his condition Mr Carwin Terry is a young attorney at the Edmonton bar Some time ago he brought suit to sell a large lody of timbered land He won his case and the land was sold by the Master Com missioner for 14000 Judge H C Baker made an allowance giving Terry 500 for his fee- Lightning ruck the King telephone pole on the square last Monday afternoon The ground wire protected the pole Mr A H Marshall Camp e Js yule w considerably shocked and also a horse r Desirable property for Sale tWe have been in the mercantile busi ness at Cane Valley Adair county Ky for twelve years and have constantly had a good trade and have made money We desire now to engage in other busi ness and wind up our outstanding af fairs therefore we offer out storehouse warehouse stock scales and undertakers Business and a general stock of merchJindise for sale To the man who wants to secure a good stand the best in Cne Valley a town of brea1iundredpeopl three churches ath a good school this In his chance There is not a more desirable commum tymAdair county The tonpf pane VaJley is located oXtne pike sixmilea fxoi Columbia andtelve from Camp- b lieville Heie is bArgain forsome man AddressAT WSubItt Bro v316t Cane ValkyKy Cfiet our r 3r PU harfiare i grocer lee and notIons bejpreypubiy Located on Cathp11Isille street 22t ELSinc1air Co tFL t ff Commissioners Sale I ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY- N B Kelsay c Plaintiff DefendentICora S Kelsay c By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren dered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 5th day of July 1909 at Loclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit Three tracts of land located in Adair county near Glenville Ky 1st tract contains 79 acres 2nd tract 2J acres 3rd tract 20 acres Each tract will be sold separately For complete discrip tion giving metes and bounds reference is made to the Judgment recorded in order Book No 11 Page 532 in the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment H T Baker Blaster Commissioner andclaims11anywhere no we t Write to us- MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY 253m i Somerset Ky Mrs VIyrtie Kemp who was the wife of W T Kemp in the Pickett Chapel neighborhood this county died last Tuesday night and was buried the fol lowing day She was about thirtyfive years old a victim of consumption She- leaves beside a husband two gitLichild ren The funeral services were conducted by Rev J A Johnston and the interment was at the Church You can save money by buying your hardware groceries and notions froth E L Sinclair Co Wholesale and Re tail Located on Camp llsville street 322t Mr Green Watson who was a good citizen died at his late home near Cane Valley Monday night of last week Funeral services and interment at Mfr Carmel on Tuesday The deceasedWas about sixty five years old and leaves a wife and several children aH grown Mr Watson was a soldier in the Feder al army during the civil war A sonH about foUrf years old of Mr and Mrs LUcien Twn rwnolive JQ the Cane Valley country died last Wed nesdayiiight The physicians attribu ted the cause o his death to eating too many cherries and new potatoes Cane Valley one of Adair countys thriving towns was incorporated sever al weeks ago Mr F E Christie is the City Judge andMr Clarence Page town Marshal The late mail did not reach here last Wednesday night due to a washout on the railroad track at Pbillipsburg Circuit court will open at Jamestown next Monday Judge H C Baker on the bench A representative pf the News would be pleased to meet many Russellcoun ty friends of the paper next Monday and Tuesday in Jamestown We buy direct frOm manufacturer and we are hi a position to save you money on Hardware Groceries arid No tions Call and see Mis1 and beco- nvincedE L Sinclair Co Wholesale and Retail 322t Death of a Gobd Woman Mrs Julia A Rector who was about seventythree years old a sister of Mr Elzy Damron of this pjafce died Wed nesday of last week ne Dunnville Her death was due to diseases incident to old age The funeral services were conducted by Eld 2 T Williams a large circle bf relatives and friends being present The deceased was a zealous Christian woman and her death spread a gloom over the entire community Her husband proceeded her to the grave ten yearsagP MssStellz Thomasj who was about twentyohe years oidr died near Dunn lille one day last week She hadl a eye tlitter on herlip which she picked Blood poison set up resulting in her death Geo A At1 ins lost a 250 mare Jast Tuesda night A storm raged during the night and it is supposed that the mimalilras either struck by lightning br became frightened and ran against a tree kitlhig herself Ip F J J FOrSale- One pair of 16 hand irongray horse mules 5 and 6 years old One 3inch studebaker wagon complete usedonly a few days One No 2 Reeves sawImill and Iron Edger One No2 Planer matches and moulder one siding saw and one rip saw one 10x12 center crank Houston Stanwood Gamble engine Also shafting pullies belting c complete saw and planing mill Atexcept boiler All machinery ly new and ir firstclass condition Would sell one without the other Anyone wanting machinery of this V kind will find it to his interest to plspect and getmy prices and terms Write or call pn me atEdmontonKjr E R PrIins- Commissionerslej t ADAIR CIRCUIT CtfURT Y KENTUCKY W H Knifley Committee for PuffAlveyBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren d red at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 5th day of July 1909 at 1 oclock p m or j thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit An undivid ed J interest in a tract of land located in Adair county containing 225 acres Said land is bounded as follows On the North by the lands of Jas Burress on u jSouthhythelandof Jas Humphrey and S jH Knifley For the purchprice the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and v having the force and effect of a Judg ment H T Baker n Master Commissioner ICommisioners Sate r v j ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT V ETUCWilliam M Webbc Plaintiff Geo Gentry et at Defend nt f Byvirtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1909 Iin the above cause I shall proceed toioffer for1 sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Kyfto the highest bidder at Public Auction pn Monday the 5th day of July1909t at 10 clock p m or rithereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Three tracts of land located in Adair county on the waters of Sulphur creek 1st tract contains 20 acres 2nd tract 60 acres 3rd tract 35 acres These three tracts lie adjoining Each tract will be sold separately Any one desir ing futher information are referred to Geo Gentry and Page Hudson who are interested parties and will show the 1 land to prospective buyers For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities i must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from dayS of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment H T Baker Master Commissioner Russell Springs Hotel Opens June 15 1909 Every thing new accommodations to all stoppers and regular boarders Chalybeate wat er fresh and cool Good livery and feed stable Winfrey Phelps Props Born to the wife of Prof R R Moss Saturday afternoon the 12th inst at daughter weight 9 pounds Mrs Bettie Cheek has sold hrvalna ble farm near Hendersonville Tenn and has bought a residence inNashviile and has removed to it Her address fa 904 Boscabel street A match game of baseball at Lind seyWilson Park Saturday afternoons Ozark against Columbia Everybody come r 4 Lexington won against Winchester last Saturday Ewing Stults pitched f Lexington and not withstanding fie got a finger badly hurt hewpnther game 41cw 1fAj L4 town Taxes vv0v J jt Taxes for the Town of Columbia are now due It will 1eto the interest off e ery taxpayer to get his fecept r dquickly as possible It will not bea 4 great while until the pet cent goes oa t 823t iiiA Wfflis Colltctor j ti 1 t Childrens Dy at the Preibyi Ckkxt Sty wek tL 0 flF Y I t h tmj t t d H f 1 k h t1 lf 1 d 2 f r J THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS lattimore N CIEditor News This is to inform all and sundry 4 that I am still in the Old North State and that I still try to keep a clean skin a clear con science and try to trust in God and keep my powder dry Since nearly everybody has sold their cotton the price has advanced from 9 to 11 cents per pound and still advancing Some of the farmers had the gall to stand out and they are reaping the benefit but a majori ty went to Jess1 who buys cot ton and axed him what he thought about it Of course he spoke with seal of prophecy and declared so much was raised it would go down to 7 cents Men who read anything o rare equal to the effort of doing a little thinking know there was no surplus nor ever has been As long as men are too ignorant to look out for themselves and have to ax Jess or somebody else and have to go to Colonel Somebody to be wound up God help priest and people Present indications are good for high prices on cotton this Fall Some large areas in Texas are too dry while portions of Louisana and Mississippi have suffered from overflow People of the cotton belt are gradually learning to diversify crops and some reckless opti mists have hazarded the fore cast that within five hundred years they will reduce acreage and rotate crops Shallow breaking too deep cultivation and letting the weeds and crabgrass grow too long dur ing wet periods all hurt crops and prevent good yields North Carolina is as all my readers know a very old State and the virgin fertility of soil has longago been exhausted Commercial fertilizers have been used recklessly andno hummus placed back in soil Clover will not grow here but rye cow peas and some other legumes wiil thrive and deposit hummus in soil- r Of course we have some good farmers One man in this coun t ty realized 78 bushels of corn M per acre He kept turning under rye and cow peas and made a judicious use of stable manure ll and commercial fertilizers He also made 35 bushels of wheat per acre on ten acres While he was preparing for this yield his neighbors planted some branch bottoms i n corn that had been in that crop since the Revolution and realized 11 bushels per acre The same hillsides were planted in cotton that had been so planted for 75 years and after every man woman and child had hoed all Summer they picked a bale from three acres During this time they subsistedon store mea t store flour store corn store tobacco and snuff and then during dog t days reprofessed store reli gion from a traveling evangelist pi Holiness e Now flour is 4 cents a poundt and every body who can pay f money is investing money inl l 9 cents cotton or paying 4 cents interest and settling f with nine cents cotton in November s Cotton stays down till morfr gages are settled for then must have histiI f Jess money nextrr rw e r sand realizes ten dollars on xa bade I But Jess is believed to I be i a a saintly benefactor yea apresr ent help in time of trouble But in the rebellious pride of my heart I dont take counsel with Jess I did but dont now Why under high heaven did the Lord give me a thinker 1 dont even ask Jess how to vote He wasttagin Bryan I was for Bryan and am still a voting for BryanMelvin L White The First Things in Kentucky i The first woman to own a track of land in Kentucky was Susan nah Boone who very early ob tained a patent for a tract in Madison county The first marriage in Kentucky was that of Samuel Henderson to Elizabeth Calloway On Au gust 7th 1776 the first white child was born of parents mar ried in Kentucky Te first plow manufactured was made by William Pogue at Harrodsburg in 1770 He also made his first loom while his wife brought the first spinning wheel to the State and wove from the lint of nettles the first piece of linen manufactured and from buffalo wool the first piece of linseyThe grist mill in the State run by water power was perhaps the one built by Capt John McMurtry near Shaker town in Mercer county in 1782 The first paper mill in Kentucky was erected by Elijah Craige near Georgetown in 1792 The first apple seeds were planted i n Mercer county b y members of the McAfee Company in 1775 Dr Walter and his companions planted the first peach seed and raised the first crop of corn cultivated by white men near Barbourville in 1750 The first wagon of which his tory gives an account was run over Smiths road from Lexington to Maysville in 1782 by a man named Smith The first steamboat or model of one in the world was con structed by John Fitch at Lexington in 1785 The first railroad about one mile in length was built by Jas VanMeter in 1782 The cars were drawn by horses The first horses were brought here in 1750 by Delker the first cattle and hogs by Boone and his companions in 1775 The first lawyer in Kentucky was John Williams manager of the Transylvania Company The first Englishmen who vis ited Kentucky were those under the leadership of Col Wood who in 1764 explored the northern boundary of the State The first Frenchmen to visit any portion of the State were a small band of fur trappers who in 1673 traveled in canoes down the as far as the mouth of the Arkansasi The first native American to visit Kentucky was John Sailing of Virginia who in 1630 was carried as a prisoner through the State by the IndiansIThe first white woman who ever saw Kentucky was a Miss Ingle who in 1775 was carried- a prisoner by the Indians ttf Big Boone in Boone county i The first Dutchmen tp visit Kentucky were Asmall company who established the White Oak settlement M adison county The first house built by En glishmen was Dri Walkers cabin on the Cumberland river in 1750 Jr Farm and Stock The farmer who turns off a good hunch of hogs each year can always get credit at the bank if he wants it For orchards select red gravel ly land containing iron lime and potash This gives your fruit fine color lotatoesate good for swine but they are best when cooked and mixed with some meal into a mash and fed warm A shortlegged shortbodied sheep is often heavier and will produce more wool than one that looks to be much larger At the dispension sale of Jer sey cattle owned by J C Bauer at Naperville Ills on May 14th eighty head averaged 9000 Of all domestic animals on the farm the sheep has the power to appropriate the most feed and give for said feed the greatest return It seems to be generally agreed that summer pruning is advisable for trees that are developing too rapidly Pruning in June is said to greatly increase the apple cropDid you know that many farm ers wives are now making much more on the account of money invested in bees than their husbands are making on an equal amount invested in land or live stock One of the best foods for little chicks is sweet milk either skim med or whole Sour milk is also a very satisfactory food but shouldnot be alternated withy sweet milk Feed the birds al ways with sweet or else always use the sour Otherwise some disturbance of the digestive or gans may result Hens two years old and over should be fed just enough to sat- isfY them and at the same time have them apparently relish ev ery mouthful they obtain In that way they will hot become too fat to lay well Just as soon as a hen becomes fat enough to appear lazy just then her usefulness ends as an egg producer- A ton load of ordinary barn ma nure contains ten pounds of nit rogen two pounds of phosphoric acid and ten pounds of potash besides some less important ele ments and is worth in the neigh borhood of 250 When we put ten loads of this on an acre we expend fertilizer worthmore tham 25 That ought to bring a good crop Embarrassing Financial Conditions The luxury of a Republican State admini3tration in Kentucky comeshignand it will have to be paid for out of the pockets of the taxpayers The estimates given out at Fankfort indicate that when the Legislature meets this winter there will be deficit in the State treasury amounting to 2000000 According to the reports of Auditor Hager when he went out of office and the Republican took charge there wasa surplus of 1400000 To meet these changed conditions and provide for the payments to the warrents on the State Treas ury the tax rate will have to be materially increased It is a con Iditinan l not a theory which confronts the people of Kentucky and they will have to pay a very high figure for the ornate figurec of Hon Augustus Wilson in the Governors chair If there are any Democrats who helped put f 11faceheartily ashamed of it iPrivate vengeance does not pay No wrong can be righted by the commission of a greater one More misery humiliation and suffering more tragedy and sorrow follow in the train of the attempt to right wrongs or wreak vengeance at the pistols mouth tan could possibly result from the original injury that led to it The biblical injunction against murder Vengeance is mine I will repay saith the Lord has a deeper significance when we consider the results that follow all these efforts to avenge wrongs by private acts of vio lence ETowm News Confederate Memorial Day was observed in all of the principal cities of the South The graves were decorated and appropriate exercises held Trouble Makers Quisled When a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Life Pills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but more hes tickled over his new fine ppetite strong nerves healthy yigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25c at Paull Drug Co aCow Peas tt If it is ntended to grow cow- Peas for forage the best plan is to sow in close drills on a clean well cultivated seed bed plant ing about the 15th of June The drills may be placed twelve inch es apart Set the drill to plant about two bushels of wheat per acre which will plant the peas at the rate of about three pecks per acre If you wish to harvest the peas for grain it is better to plant in rows two and a half feet apart and cultivate When the- peas are sown in close drills as described above the crop may be cut with a mower but when planted in drill rows father apart it is necessary to use a bean har ester in harvesting the corp since the vines lie so close to the ground that they can not be cut with a mower Probably the most good may come to the land by planting in drill rows and cultivating fit Clear WaterJJ t Farmers have been very busy this week Luther Curry lost a side of meat a few nights ago Somebody must have gotten very hungry Harvesting time will soon be here before the people are ready for itS I Chester Antle who has been visiting relatives in Russell count has returned home Miss Ethyl Moore of this place is visiting her uncles near Absher this week Mrs Sarah cDannel who has been confined to her room for sometime is reported bet ter Mr DMMooreof this place has taken in to pasture about 15 headof mules and colts and about 20 head of cattle The pasture is holding out well for so many stock Fred Suppose a pretty girl were to grant you the privilege of kissing her either pn the fight cheek or the left which would Jip- choice betwee the two i tAtAtff fI 5yj Iam better prepared furnish farmers i I Machinery I and Field than ever before One car of Binders Mowers Disc Harrows Hay Rakes Also the Olin vet Chill Plows and the Brown Culti vators Wheat Dills Corn Drills AIcar of Wagons one of Buggies I a nice line of Harness In factmany things which is not mentioned I I JHPhelpsJamestown Binder Twine Buggy Whipsf LU G IIARDWi Pres J U COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec W T Mill 1889IESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED I MIliliWRIGJ4TS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Iron and Tank Work ISheet IJOgBINO WORK SOLICITED toI withI Farm Seeds tyne mRCfllftlSTS THIKteeNTHMftlN All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I I IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE j Produce Wanted W L SIMMONS d 35 j HUMBLE KENTUCKY It will be good news for our friends throughout the county toI learn that a simple but effective means has been found for the ban ishment of the little striped bug so destructive to melon or cucumber vines If one bunch bean is planted in each hill with the melon or cucumber seed the bug will not appear besides the leaves of the bean stalk will form keepiIngroots This is a California remedy againstthe little striped pest and has been successfully tried in this county Bardstown Standard Tie 6questrain statue Of John ltaced cm the ublic square jn front 5 ofo the courthouses in Lexington sIfL IJ I car I III There was a sudden rekindling of the speculative spirit in the New York securities market last week and toward the end of the week this resulted in a state of excitement not witnessed in the market for over two years past e Apparently it was the project to introduce the United States Steel stocks to the Paris market which was of most Affect Thisasupplemented by the belief that important plans were working out to harmonization of relations between the great transiconti nental railroads Chicago police are now working on the theory that Dr John T Brinkley of Evansville was murdered and are trying to find the watch that was stolen from thebodyc CSiF j i ii1TJiL1 I 1Iv v 7r7r 7l 7F 7K7J7i iifrL HUBBUCH BROSfE 524 526 4 528 WEST MARKET STREET lE fLOUISVILLES rK i CARPET 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AND THE EVENING POST Tariff Revision sI JThe tariff revision farce still going on in the United States Senate The indications now are that the revised tariff law will impose higher duties than are provided under the present laws Some of the debates on the sub ject in the Senate would be amus ing if it were not such a serious matter to the consuming public Before the election there was a very pronounced and urgent public sentiment demanding a gen eral revision of the tariff laws and a general reduction of the duties The platforms of both parties pledged themselves to this re vision and reduction President Taft convened an extra session cf Congress for carrying out this pledge But strange to say up to this time nearly all the changes made in the pending tariff bill in creases rather than lowers the tariff duties A few days ago 4 Seiiator Beverage one of the Re publican leaders denounced his party for infidelity to its pledges and Senator Heyborn another j Republican leader excused it on the plea that the antielection promise was made because the leaders were frightened at the public Sentiment favoring lower duties the inference being that there was no intention of fulfilling the pledge It is also re inarkable that many Democratic 4 Senators are now also favoring 4higher tariff duties J Verily the trusts do r leiV it liC No Sunday in Nevada V4 Senator Newjands of Nevada j tridsome oratorical sharp shoot l J ihgdrihe Senate the other day fai industrial condition in Pitts io which necandalousbiu t vt4rt Jf i 1 i tyP tr YOUR TO I Augustus E Willson 1 WITH THIS PAPERl manyISenator Oliver of Pittsburg who responded with what might be called An Ode to Sunday in Nevada this effect For my sins I was condemned to spend Sunday in the state of Nevada within the last year and I know there is no such thing known as Sunday in the state It is the universal custom there to work seven days in the week I myself have some in terests in that state and my associates and I endeavored to induce the operatives to work only six days in the week but were unable to do sothey saying that it was the custom of the country to work seven days and that they did not know there was such a day as Sunday It is a state where the faro table and the roulette table are a part of the furnishment of every hotel in the statenot of the barroom but of the office part of the es tablishment and guests cannot get from it I spent one day the sorriest day lever spent in the city which is the Senators home The only place where I could get away from the rattle of dice and theclink clink of the faro chips was by going to the Carnegie library given to the city of Reno by one of Pitts burgs millionaires Threarc allP ttn tatheURkeC Smew tku fit any other make of TMd- a td iIplicity MoOncUIeTheOen Of FasMw kM isrssbicfbri aln Od baI2 Mbeisreotaeel Itsti- ibsr MllCJt1 1iecMrrta ra re Wui4 14PrVThISS-l 1Ml 7MIr Cat1e e Ca4f IC 4 fSUdiI TJMCUtco iff f4f t l J k 1 I Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster JuIy283 days Madisonville Aug 35 days Winchester Aug 35 days BlueGrass Fair Lexington Aug 96 days Russell Springs Aug 104 days Taylorsville Aug 104 daysI Uniontown Aug 105 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Columbia Aug 174 days Leitchfield Aug 174 days Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Providence Aug 17 5 clayst Barbourville Aug 183 days Broadhead Aug 183 days Shepherdsville Au g 183 daysEwing Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug 245 days London Aug 244 days Elizabethtown A u g 243 daysSpringfield Aug 254 days Florence Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314days Tompkinsville Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 15 days Bardstown Sept 14days Hodgenville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 74 days Carroll Gallatin Owen T ri County Fair Sept 84 days Glasgow Sept 84 days Sept 84 days ISanders State Fair Louis ville Sept 136 days Scottsville Sept 163 days Bedford Oct 12 days 4U 10000 Each Four checks of 10000 each have been received by Mercer county persons who are objects of the benevolence of a very wealthy Marion county man John Taylor who is nearing the close of lifes battles and who chose to make a division of his savings without the aid of an adminis tratorSMr Taylor has divided the sum of 140000 equally among fourteen heirs and among these are Mrs John W Hughes and John S Charles W and W T Robinscn of this county a niece and nephews of the wealthy man and who each get 10000 Mr Taylor has much other money and valuable property it is said the aggregate of which amounts to over a million dollars and in due time the remainder will be divided in a like manner among his heirs The money which he has just distributed represents only an accumulation of ready cash Mr Taylor it is said has lived somewhat the life of a hermit and has been very active in say ing his money much of it being invested in a way that nets him a large annual income He married but his wife died several years ago and they had n o children 7 Harrodsburg Herald- Eli The health of this community is very good at present We are having plenty of rain in thisvpark Dr JM Blair has gone to Louisville accompanied by one of his patients Mrs Bomer Mrs Olla Dunbar and sister Bessie were visiting Mrs rJff Blair one day last week Mr Esthers Mitchell has re turned home from Russelli Springs where he jas been at tending schoolS The v Sunday school convention at Goffeys Chapel last Sunday was largely attepdedS MrMJ Smitha1 iAm t N 4 r v c r W t j i oJI 7 brose of Fonthill were in our midst last Sunday Several of the boys of this place went fishing one day last week and brought back a nice lot of fish Mrs Newton But her was visiting at Mr and Mrsi K Butchers one day last week Mr Herschel Hughes was in our midst one day last week Mr R 0 Jones Cumberland Grocery Co salesman was here last week Mr Bill Wilson and Mr Jeff ers were in our midst this week buying sheep They had a nice bunch Miss Esther Withers was visit ing at this place a few days ago Mr Oscar Johnson and Miss Effie Blair both of this place were quitely married June 4th at the home of the bride only relatives present Rev SoB Perkins officiating I Kcltnen The people of this country are getting mightly behind with their farming on account of so much rain Mr W P Priceand wife visited his brother Loney Price last ThursdayA crowd attended church at Maple Hill last Sunday to hear Bro Riper a Cumberland Pres byterian preacher Corn is 350 per barrel flour 400 per hundred The farmers are most through setting tobacco Born to the wife of Obb Coffey- a girl the 3 of JuneJMrs Sullivan is very bad at this writing f Knew What he Wanted Well asked Satan What did they send you down here for Nobody sent me 1 came hereto rest Came here to rest ThisisI no rest cure I guess youre made a mistake INo its all right I know what I want But how did you ever happen to pick out this place tp be used for resting purposes Well I had an idea that by doing so my wife wouldnt fol low and thinkd something she wanted me to jump up and do the minute Id got a chance to sit down Form Ben Johnson Club- An organization of young traveling men representing Louis yillefirms who travel through various parts of Kentucky is to be formed in the interest of the candidacy of Congressman Ben Johnson for the Democratic nomination for Governor There will be at least 150 members and the Johnson Club will work along lines followed by the organiza tion of the same name which did efficient work for the present chief executive of Minnesota The plan oft e organizers the club is to have the traveling men organize small clubs in each town they visit and whenever a member of the central organiza tion Teaches that town a meeting of the Johnson adherents is to be held and progress reported It was stid that the Johnson Cub wIt be organized iii Louis Mtte within ttnext week QourierJirrlSM jt f t rIIrAt4i i t r If rt r t J To The PointI A woman who voted a bank check instead ofa ballot must have thought the election was to be boughtI It is again demonstrated that one of the quickest ways to achieve an obituary notice is to rock the boat- Senator Cullom in the mad midst of the tariff debate is forced to maintain an eloquent silence for two New Jersey mosquitoes are now said to be good for the rheumatism They make the suffer er forget the pain The President wants Porto Rico put on legislative bread and water for a while until the kidj promises to be good The Chicago city hall is to have an usher There have been times when a bouncer would have been more to the point Chicago fails to recognize gej nius It has sent to prison a man who solved the problem of keeping two families on a salary of 16 a week Hogwallow News Fit Smith has a stonesbruise on his triger finger Ellick Hellwanger complains that his hat is too large since he had a hair cut Some people feel so important that now and then they look back to see if they have left an impression in the atmosphere- All records in point of speed were broken last week by a mail train running between here andj New York We mailed a bunch of funny stuff to a magazine- on Tuesday and it reached us uoon its return the following SaturdayYam Sims has purchased a celloidcollar so that he can go out in the rain without getting wet The postoffice will be clpsed to morrow all day on account of the death of the postmasters cow The mail carrier has sent word ahead that he will be in next week He his several long let ters and has to travel very slow Sim Flinders returned from Tickville Saturday evening where he got a shave His injuries are being dressed by Dock Hocks Those in favor of an early spring will please meet at the postoffice at 7 oclock tonight The Dephty Constable has re turned from Rye Straw where he attempted to arrest Ra Bar low and others They escaped however but the deputy will get him while he is singing at the Dog Hill church next Sunday The creek is so high at Hog Ford that several members of that church have moved their membrship to the hills until the water goes down The forest fires in the Gimlet Creek bottoms have caused warm weather to set in and the trees are budding out G Tobe Mosley states that he dreamed last night that Gander creek was slopping over with big fish and that he discovered amine of fishing worms on Musket Ridge Next Sunday the Dog Hill min ister will put local color into his sermon by choosing a local sub ject on which to preach The name of hissubjeetwill beHell J znd Basr BarlQw will be usedas Jan illustration iiit This i indeed a puzzliiig life 1 ih i tZ I l If you sit too much you wear4 your pants out at the seat if you walk too much you wear your shoes out There is one consola tion however and that is that v you can think all you please and not wear your hat out Little Fidity Flinders has cut 1 another large squirrel tooth in jj front That is a splendid iridi cation that this will be a good squirrel year I The prevailing dolor of Hog wallows upper class this season is yellow Miss Gondola Henstep was seen riding her yellow mule today and Columbus Allsop has begun to complain of the yellow janders Jefferson Potlocks has noticed several swarms of yellow ackets also Hogwallow Keri tuckian 1The Wrong View Senator Tillman was condemn ing the divorce laws of the North h Your Southerner has just one girl he said and when he gets rich he sticks to her He lets her share in her old age the for tune that she helped to pile up That it seems to me is more equable than the Northern idea of discarding the faded wife L when success is attained for a beautifulchorus girl of eighteen or nineteen summers Senator Tillmari frowned V The way Northern marriages so often end he said youd think matrimony was a dreadful think Youd be inclined to look at it as a little boy in Belton I did V j Pa he said one June day I hear Uncle Joe is going to be married on the fifth Yes said the father Uncle Joe has only three days more The little boy sighed The last three days he said they give them everything to eat that they ask for dont they pa Louisville was selected as the next meeting place in 1910 and John Allison of Covingtion as president of the Kentucky State Funeral Directors Association p Porter county ind voted wet by a majority of 375 being the 11th county to declare in favor of Githe licensed saloon while 69 have so far declared against tt = Cures Dyspepsia I Trial Is Fe Q is a popular rrit2c thai Sfirjri IIt people who eat Wan foods suffer from dySr or as it is also known indigestion The laborer in the street the worker in the field also finds him self a victim of this disorder Among the very greatest sufferers from it are womenDyspepsia is indicated by a consfo tfeeling of laziness by loss of appetite and troubled sleep by sour stomach and distress after eating by bad complexion and j lusterless eyes i There is no surer and speedier cure for SyrUpPepsin greatherbof Buffalo Ia of dyspepsia and gout yeaislorDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It cured Joel Adams of Montgomery Ala after suffering continuously for sixteen months These are only a few of the many But it is not expensive to be cured with this anywdrugstore Hidlong but if you want to know without expense what it will do for you personally sendyour name to Dr Caldwell and he will be HeIstest of his remedy keepitIndigestion burn torpid liver etc which may come ItIsk great childrens laxative tonic If there Is anything abutyour ailment that you dont understand or JT you want any medical vIce writ to the doom and he will Answer you fully ThtrevJ no charge for IthW sOTte t The adrt Is Dr IPTi JK c Caiaw ll I Caldwtll nl r Mt Mot1T11o 07 flJ t3 Tv t r rf r s iJ umrn r ols on Sak r II r If You Want first Choice of Latest Fabrics t Come Early i1 t1 t nII have just returned from Cincinnati Vhere I purcriesed a largeV t weightvT fV i v U 7 and lam ready to wait upon my customers VVv r waj Ladies Gdhts Furnishings l t to In this line my stock is complete Jt matters not what you want can furnish your andatthey low est prices 111 Mitt t1a1 Q Iurty 1 ix Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company jIf INCORPORATED 1 CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests if the city of Columbia and the people of Adalr and adjacent counties Intered at the Columbia Poatoffico as secon claiB mail matter r v jr j WED JUNE 19 1909 rtNN N MGNT FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to annouce G Burress a candidate for the office 1Circuit Court Clerk ofAdair County subject to the action of the Deinpcratic party t FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce C 7J ffriesja candidate for Jailer o coun y subject to the action of they Democratic party The contest for the RePubli- can nomination for State Sena tor from this the 16th district was settled by the State Central Committee in Louisville last Sat Contestsants were L T Neat of Adair county and Lilburn Phelps of Russell county The contestants were present with their Attor neys Hon M Rey Yarberry representing Mr Neat and Hon N H W Aaron appeared for Mr Phelps Mr Yarberry madeI t the first statement and Mr Phelps gave to the Committee his side All the proceedings that had been had in other meet Ings Were gone over then the Committeemen present went in ff to executive session The mat ter was thoroughly discussed be fore a vote was taken On the first ballot M r Neat received I six votes and Mr Phelps IL votes the Chairman Mr Win ll itvoting for Mr Neat who was t declared the nominee The Corn I mittee then adjourned and the boys left for their respective homes The adjustment of this It r contestiis one jn which we have iio dir ct interest and have no I word of censure or praise forth e pminti K etditvaSrat en at It knotty prdppsitipn ariS required ability and tact ion the port of thkti t Ti i i Itie 4 sr i r l4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COSY A j tf f e and I J f P t c r i causes to place the leading fea tures strongly before thatbody We are informed that jt was ably handled and that Mr Yarberry is credited by making one of the strongestpleas ever heard b the Coriimrttee The case was tried on its merits and han on its legal faceand the decision whether right or wrong Ts an honor to MrYaiberryv M j tariffd heIclaiming Jhatthe Dihgly law was no longer a necessity and that it should be revised in the interest0 of the consumers In fact the tariff Plap in this platform was a straight admission that two thefspecial interests and that the great Tbddy of people waS footing the bill President Taft their candidate stated that he was fori tarifffpromised the people that congress would be convened in extraordinary session for that purpose So far only that part of his pledge has been kept as to the extraordinary session but the revision downward has a bearing upward and there is no sign that the people Willie benefited in the least All the while the cramped condition pf business is a menace to the enterprise of the country and the tariff tinkering still continues Mr Taft seems to have forgotton his pledge to the people and turned congress loose to wrangle and to increase rather than diminish th tariff ratesHe has pledged to carry out the Roosevelt policies but he- should is not e built to do it He have notified his extraor dinary session that the party pledge must be kept and that nothing but a measure reducing the rates would be endorsed by him He could have marked out I1nbusiness depression and put the country in a settled condition some time ago The business Democrats who supported Ms hisiIpromises ought to be heartily eni Joying the great wave of uncerr taint that has been fin existent1 therpresent The true and loyafl jRepuTjlian wlig 1 Jli his 1 rli A1 + r J l r7fif 0fP r m Notions Hardware and everything else can be found at my place of business and I cor = dially invite you For the large trade I have received in the past accept my grateful thanks L Walker r call to save the country from Bryanism out to see thafrall that glitters is not gold The Shriners who met in Louisville last week were loud in their praises of the hospitality of the city This body of Ma sons came from almost every State in the union They were men of high character mien who had been entertained in many other large citites but the meeting at Louisville was pronounced the most enjoyable in the forty years existence of the order When it cames to putting on finishing touches Louisvillek knows her business and she invariably does it with a hearty good will The Courier Times and the other papers of the city contained handsome pictures and brilliant writeups of the meeting William J Bryan has announce d hi candidacy for United States Senator from the State ofI Nebraska The people of the State will express their choice in a primary If Mr Bryan wins he will go before the Legislature and ask the Senators and Repre sentatives to vote in accordance with the wishes of the peppleI Now that John W Lewis is a candidate for Circuit Judge lie will doubtless dismiss his case against the tax payers of Green county for 3000- 0BUGGIES BUGGIES eALLKINDS AT BUCHkNANLYON CO CAMPBELLSVILLE I Joppa Farmers in this coramuriityVare through planting cortt and are plowing it over ofIand friends in this neighborhood Mrs N W Miller who spent several weeks with her mother here has returned to her hom itl Madisonville t Mrs Geo Coe whose homers near fielm hasy been dbngpoasly sickiim getting lbe teri She is at her fathers Mrv ttxTW proemaI1 t tr r A tJir i GeotrBol a land dau f lifer f8SQgrit pyisii Mrs i Fnni Willis last Wedhefidiy v tk 1t t t 0t v I tLLIl j I Miss Effle Sanders is visiting her brothers near Purdy and will remain most all Summer 1 Miss B Montgomery who has TIieeh on the sick list for several weeks we are glad to say is im provingrMiss Mattie Tupman visited her grandparents in Taylor county last week Mr Omar Tucker of Knifley and Miss Laura Jeff rids of this place stole a march on the old folks a few nights ago and eloped to Tenn and got married They have returned and have been for given Mr 7G Reynolds of Ozark visited J P Willis last Sunday There was quite a large crowd at Zion Sunday afternoon the singing was conducted by Profs Cabell Darnell and Turner Mrs Fannie Willis and daught er Miss Nancy were shopping in Columbia last Monday 2MrA Hplladay wife and baby of Kansas are the guest of Mrs Ellen Holladay this week Last Saturday the young folks of our community went t Youngs mill on a fishing expedi tion but owing to the scarcity of fish there were not many caught but we had a good time and a splendid dinner The afternoon was spent in boat riding and the old time amusement of seesaw THere were about thirty five or six there and it is sufficient to say had a merry time 4s Rowes X Road r The farmers have had a few pretty days lately and they have used them to the best interest Miss Lelen Willpn is visiting her sister Mrs Robert Hadley here this week Miss Larene Hurt had the misfortune to fall down and brake thigh again last week The readers of thenews will remem ber that this same girl got her thigh br keat school last Sep Woleford and Taylor set the broken bone The girl is resting reason tablywel l e dI kibf1i1srbeen F fittbe1til business for the Ias yelearsj Zj tt Sister ritt Iditghtg o obertsanr d Martha 4 ap t BfLiiL t t t k l a Shoes Shoes Shoes r 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 i y watch othersmake their selections yOrr 4 tJ it i J Clothing Clothing jti vIfyou 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 II the wife of Hiran Marcum died near here May 26th after a long illness with consumption She died in full Christian faithtin her savior Her funeral was preached at the Liberty church by the writer She leaves a husband five little children and many friends to mourn her loss from us t Jim Oakes baby is still quite sick this week v r BUGGIES BUGGIES ALL KINDS AT BUCHANAN LYON COt CAMPBELLSVILLE KY Miami Most all the farmers are be hind with their work on account of so much rain Mr and Mrs Albert Black are receiving congratulations upon arrival of a 9 pound boy May the 24 Mrs Dan Russell who has been confined to her bed for several months does not improve very rapidlyMessrs JA Diddle Clem Keltner and Clarence Hindman wife and children of Gradyville attended the quarterly meetingI at Summer Shade Mrs Filden Wilcoxson was the guest of Mrs Albert Black last SundayThe V Fry team crossed bats with the Miamis last Saturday afternoon The score being 13 to gin favor of Miami The Miami team is mad e up of good players and they have good grounds to play on andare r ady to play other teams so try them Profs R 0 Cabell and John Pickett are expected to sing at Liberty church Sunday Mr and Mrs Walter Clark gave a moonlight last Saturday night in honor of Mrs Clarks brother Mr Walter Finn of Mell Ky j T W Dowell sold to JDefcrlni of Campbellsville a bunch of hogs price unknown Mr Filden Wilcoxson iihkving tedMri i wji i thBfw6rk tJf1 CI 11 t1 tt rr k J siitot t r kh Mft 101 hr 1 w t rf ri J at Columbia last Friday Eld D Jones will preach at Independence the third Sunday in this month f gCalvinbusiness here last Friday W R Royse the popular trad er of Rugby was here one day last week A M Hatcherrrepresenting the Gowdy Grocery Co ofCamp bellsville called on our merchants last Tuesday The fair weather for the past few days has put quite a change on the appearance of the corn fields around here The farmers have certainly slain a many a weed Corn is looking well now and if it is not neglected too much will make a very fair yield But the tobacco well it is now growing in the field that ismost of it has been set arid is claiming too much attention It is looking well now The far mers are starting in for one of the hardest years work they have ever done and let us hope that they will recieve a good price fur the weed The Big Elm well isn tit a whopper iT WE PLEASE OTHERS CAN PLEASE YO- UBUCHANANLYO N COy CAMPBELLSVILLE KY I 5 MEJONS1iVETERINARY JIto V Phone Resident 96Q a COLUMBIA KVI 3C1 E30E3E = 4 V e Sullivan 4 Ii With I Altsheler Ce I I Wholesale Incorporated Grocers s Lowsviilc KrJ f K itlfJJtIt eK tuIM tJfI tl4 tkb t t l 4 y jfE fy Tv ITTT TT j I l T 1 iirT Mr cL IrIlE ADAIR COUNT NEWS 5C LOUISVILLE MARKETS u Lat 1 Quotations on Live Stqck 1 CATTLE Ship iBg steer r 500625 Bee eers r 1f r 750575= Fat heifers aridicowsi1 350525 rfCutters 1WtiP 22D350 Canners T 100225 ulls 1 200450 Feeders 3 50500 Stockers 225450 Choice milch cows J 35004200 Common to fair cows 1500350 HOGS Choice 160 to200 765 Mediums 130 to 160 705 Pigs v 55064ft Roughst 660 down SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 850 Culls u 625675 Fatsneep 450475 Columbia Market POULTRY Eggs 14 Turkeys o 58Chickens f 10 Ducks 06 GRAIN Wheat 1- 3roxr 0 eorn 80 r PERSONAL I xIMr W R Lyon was here Friday Mr A H Marshall was here Mon day J Mr John Q Alexander was here last Friday Judge T A Murrell was in Louis ville last week IrJi W Jackman is sojourning at Sand Lick Spring i fbiaMr D A Hatcher CanpbeI ville was here Thursday v v f MrJ P Walker came up rorn Gra dyville last Friday 5t Mr Asure Damron was in Campbells ville a few days ago I Miss Lorena Pile spent Monday an Tuesday in Louisville f L v Mrs Malissa Christie who has been sick has about recbverea Rev W H C Sandidge Greensburg was here the first of the week Messrs Jo and W T Hendrickson Caseys Creek werje here Saturday Miss Jennie McFarland is spendin- two weeks with relatives at Rowena Mr Frank Winfrey who has been sick for several months is improving Miss Annie Patteson sister of Mrs Jo Coffey Jr is1 visiting in Columbia i MrJL Dillon wellknown traveling t salesman was here a few days ag I Mr L0 Phelps and Ruben Mar um Jamestown were in Columbia last Friday Mr B W Todd soninlaw of Dr MondaiY f Mrs Jo Coffey Jr who has been sick for the past week is considerably better Mi T E Pemberton Horse Cave j traveling salesman was here last Wednesday Mrs Mary J Blakeman returned from an extended visit to Indianapolis last week MrO W McAllister and Mr Jake Van Hoy were here from Cane Valle a few days ago 1 Mr Robt Todd who is a student in Central University Danville is at home for the SummertMr Frank Hill of Monticello arrived in Columbia last Thursday to visit rela tives and friends Gov J R Hindman andwife have been spending a feW weeks at French t Lick Springs Ind Mr W B Phelps and wife of Ru sel Springs visited Mrs Hattie Stag p and family last week Mrs Sallie Walker who visited a month at Nell and Gradyville returned to Columbia last Friday Miss Lizzie Sullivian who makes her home in Louisville is visiting her brother Mr V Sullivan Mr Harry Goldstein a traveling salesman of Nashville was quite sick here two days of last week rr Master Lisle Baker o Monticello is Biting his grandfather Judge H C Baker sand his uncle and aunts Mr J B Coffey has returned fro Barren Hart nd Maioncountiese jjjfa fI11186io wan tb biiy good horsesLMr Si W Johnston handsawitspellhis Colbia friends last Thursday fl GeqandLucien Hunn whV carried 6a of P hf rLin oln nty I iritiHIM Lula Allen who has been- n f tkr SpOiiam hoed CollecefPaJtorijZr I f i zt f g tJ Mb returned home Monday afternoon Gov J R Hindman will leave in the morning r and extended businesstri- o P t Dallasi Texas i SRevwho is a student in Vandetbilt Univer sity Nashville returned hbme lastt Thursday Mr Reed Shelton who is in College at Mary ville Tenn reached home last Saturday night He is here for the SummerDr B Helm and his daughters Misses Ruth Blanche and Edna of Thurlow are visiting the Doctors old home Glenville Mrs Geo W Thomas of Somerset who has many friends in Columbia is spending a week or two with Mrs Georgia Shelton DrJas G Turk of Clinton Mo who visited here meeting manyrela trives and old friends left for his home last Thursday morning Mr Mason C Vick representing the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Endowment Fund was in Columbia the latter part of last week 0 M Reed who has been teach IMiss New Windsor Md returned Friday night and will be at dome during the Summer Mr J R Durham wife and children Campbellsville spent several days o last week with Mr Durhams brother Mr R H Durham and motheriDr J F Bangh Jamestown who was called to Laurel county to see a sick sister returned to his home last Saturday night He left his sister bet ter j c7Mr Robt G Dohoney who is in the drug business at Elide New Mexico is spending a few weeks with his home folks and other relatives and frie- ndSill1AdairTexas who has been visiting here left whowill or his home yesterday j accompaniedty Mr W Si Knight and Mr RE Lloyd of Jamestown who attended a meeting of the State Central Hepbli can Committee in Louisville were here Sunday en route home Mr W S AllenvofPafkersburg hest Virginia has been inGplumbia several days He is an ttorneyand i representing the Claim Department the Government He is here takin depositions Mr W ACoffev met his wife inj thetwo1I calgon oI her father and who recently died Messrs E H Gordon Mont gpraery1 and John Zee Walker left Mon i ftoQwill take in Denver Coloroda and some boabsent about twenty days Mr GO Bassett and wife returned from a visit in Rockcastle county last week They were accompanied home by Miss Josephine Ostrander and Miss Mae Mulholland Miss Ostrander is fromohro and Miss Mulholland is from Michigan They are here for the Su flier DISDistrict Conference in Cumberland ReVIMurrellmon at the Methodist church this city Sunday night YarberrYy thelRepublican mittee met to settle which one of the twoNeat or Phelps was entitled to the nomination for State Senator fromIthis district Our readers the situation Mr J 0 McClister wife and little son arnved from Krum Texas last Thursday night Mr McClister has yearss e i ness Mr and Mrs McClister are natives of the Fairplay country whereIthey are and friendsI rdstviUeMr Z M Staples who will remain in Bradf ordsville a few days and fro m there Mr Turk will go to his home Willmake S1m11- ALL KINDS AT BUCHANANLYON CO CAMI1ELLS111CLErKKOb1CC0 rV V The Baaiiett Hardwopd IjjimberrCoin ant can furnish wiwtdfiickory tobtc co sliicksIfouwanr n place yo r orc3 r q t t 2J 4f r J p r t t n f Cr 1 arMarrifedlnLoUisville Miss Delia Sullivan sister of Mr V llivantthis plao 4wgs m iijow flIentrflv hOf3 ep ged l M ssand is an industrious gentleman Miss Sullivan was wellknown in Columbia as a worthy young lady She has a number of relatives in the county Commissioners Sate t ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OPKENUCKY Stella Darnellc Plaintiff 1 Robert T Gaskey Defendant f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren dered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at or near the dwelling on the 80 acre tract of land described be low to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Friday the 25 day of June 1909 at 1 oclock p m upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Two tracts of land lying in Adair county onthe waters of Casey Creek First tract contains 80 acres Second tract contains 34 acres These two tracts will be offered for sale separately and then together and bid or bids thefsum money For thepurchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terestfrom the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Herschel T Baker r M C A C C WE PLEASE OTHERS f CAN PLEASE YO- UBUCHANANLYON CO CAMP ELLSVILL E KY Preaching Next Sunday W H C Sandidge Greensburg J F Roach Good F J Barger Pleasant Hill Z T Williams Roley J R Crawford Columbia A R Kasey Columbia J A Johnson Elroy ValleysPleasantgfr Dr Menzies Mosbys Ridge W B Cave Big Creek Cane Valley Mr Wm Dougherty of Ijidi a po isIndis visiting his sister Mrs S A Murrell Mrs J L tan sberry of Cpr bin is visiting her mother Mrs AH Judd Uncle Jphnie Breeding of near Knifley is visiting his sister Mrs Marcus Ellis Mr Green Watson of the Carmel neighbprhcoddied last Tues mday He was a veteran of the Ci iiwaran4 was a kind old gentleman Mr Geo Stults of Columbia has moved his mill to the land near this place and will sawI thehand anotbIerfour horses in the last six months for which he paid 560 iRev W S Dudgeonis confined to his home with a sprained ankle He is suffering considerably at present but we hope he will b 1e out again in a few d ysI sickilltlast Sunday morning sand was not AtIthto Columbia iri theaternoonIMr E C a soda fountain and will open up business in one room oi RB Wilsons new building Rev Rod and Era 5Tf B 15 arfarl attending Confereace J i Ti C mberland count this kIl 4takkiTng dinnertwlth 7Mr end rlTak1 fault one day laat eeko l1Wi rh d iabbletH 1 hTnbtoet1r J alii 1ne Z ffi ril vl f4n I i lii1j- Fi ri OrOst N 0rC II 0UT ll ft- I AT COST 101 lOCI I iClOJ O o Columbia Planing Mill Co will move their machinery to Burkes = Q yule in 30 days We have now on hand 120000 worth of onlya othat must be worked at once We will sell for thirty days D AIIKindsofressedLumberD = o At Cost O If you are going to build this year buy your lumber now while you 4- get it cheap Buy it and haul it when you please We wilt furnish you storage room free r o r- 0 FURNITURE=We have now on hand a large stock of the nicest furniture ever piecesfbargains 0I Dressers Washstands Bedsteads Wardrobes Tables Cabinetsrr Safes Porch Swings Lawn Swings Settees Colonial Posts Bracketst V r Banist wand all Fixtures for building purposes J 1 0IuPAYNE BYBEE U OL 0x O OJ 10ClClOJ lOJ oJthis summer Mr R B Wilson has just finished one of the nicest busi l liess houses in our town Mr Wilson is certainly a hustling man and if we had more such meft our town would come to the fromta BUGGIES BUGGIES ALt KINDS AT BUGHANANLYON OCX CAMPBELLSVILLE KY JEdithiwSeveralMondaye Tobacco crops are looking fine in this neighborhood The Sunday school at Taber 1na underr the management of Mr Wa SInc IIMr Bill Lyons called on merchants one day last week Mrs Tom Young is quite sick at this writing Mr GroverCorneal and sister Miss Cora were the pleasant guest pf the Messrs and Misses Evans last Sunday V Mrs Nonce Miller is visitin ofIMCGaga at Lebanon under the treatment of Dr echoed for the past two months will return home in a daus fofYffew Bra W Gp Moritgomery g MEW R Knysevera1 d s l week y J 7n J g ta r and Jfrs I OMtT D inI V andterlclue htecie rqlp 1 n ii ablttt aly h the 1rs rr iJ itSo f fr tt iil Jit Evans last Thursday Mr Ben Grant who istravel ing for the Watkins Medical Clvisited our neighbors last week Evans Bros of this plate ship ed 104 hogs to the Louisville market last wtek which sold at satisfactory prices A lD garrner town to report new ans He daY1and WE PLEASE OTHERS J CAN PLEASE YOU BUCHANANLYON CO y CAMPBELLSVILLE KY Ella We have had a few nice days irs J good time whenrt cutting Old aunt Lucy Jane Goodin time1diedi Mr Owen Dillinghamsister and Lizzie Abrel were visiting in Russell county last Sunday weegs t Sunday l Mr Cabell who got his foot cilt some time ago is able to btout again 4 Miss Annie Wiri frey and sister were vJsitingJi B Abr l last Fri day t M G B Williams On the sick fist r 5 t Mrs MaqaBla l Was vi itini rme1 i lf fl 1lfi Franktbt lfmd wife of Russell county J were visiting J r i tK-i C 1f J J B Abrel last Saturday night Miss Pearl Williams and sister were visiting Miss Lizzie AbreL one day last week The farmers are very busy try ing to get there tobacco ground ready Miss Pearl Breeding and sister Bertha passed through here en route from Caseys Creek BUGGIES BUGGIES iALL KINDS AT BUCHANANLYOK CO CAMPBELLSVILLE KY Joppa nt Corn and tobacco crops are looking fine Wheat harvest is almost here jv Born to the wife of Mr Isaac- Willin I a daughter Mother andsV child doing well I Mr Lambert Sandersvisited his parents a few days last week His sister Miss Effie accpmpay nee d him home where she NiPl remain until after Xmas 1t Mrs Maud Coe who is vjsi 7A ing her parents Mr and irs 1 W W Brockman has been quite sick but is improving U The fishing party at Youngsv mill last Saturday was largely f attended and all reported a nice ime l There will be sining at Zi6n tnext Saturday night i The singing at Zion lastJ 5unSday afternoon was Jargely ate lr tended and all reported a Iice l a r tie me i i Jt wrL gitv hS cALJMxqt A t ilWo cf 1ff t j LaVILJ KY r 2lit ipi ti gjr a t ct IL 1r4i1i T7iT- HE Ir y h 6 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ittrVrr t V LN Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND TRAIN Lvl LOUISVILLEAn LEBANON No 27 700 am 942am JNp23 815 am 1004am No 79 c 505 pm 740 pm N021SOOm 1000pm No 93 630 pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE a24 548 am 750am 078 732 am 1015 am 028 430pm 65opm p No 22 628pm 815 pm No 92 732 am 1015 am r Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only M WISEMAN SON jC 1 and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall II 1132 W lst Market 2d StLouisvilie KyII S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON i Special Attnetion to EyesIFistulo Pollevil Spavin or gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE HALF MILE j FROM COLUMIA ON DISAP P01NTMENT II i Coffins AND Caskets I keep ready for use all kinds of Coffins and Caskets which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would be to your interest to pa tronize my shop J E Snow Russell Springs r WMORE HOTEL w pd WII1tyIO 5 PttoPtfc FIrstClass table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Eeasonable Rates GRftDYlTILLe KY Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 tfDr James Triplett h IDentist i 4t JEFFRIES BLOCK r ti COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Jir 2 uitbar 2entist 7 OFFICE FRONT BQOMS IN r 11iO JEFFRIES qBUILDINGr V PHONE NO 40 RING 3 i COLUMBIA KENTUCKY J f Tf 4i Joseph H StoneJJl f T1 ti AttorneyAtLaw IA 61 WiIra ay1 L s a JOIIUIlg counties 4 JntesO5wn liltII tuckyb 1j1fj tt I1N i I fk Ar tc fc S v X 1 WEEKLY t l COURIER JOURNflL 1 HENRY WATTERSON Editor vf 1 Isa Nacibnal Newspaper Democratic in y politics It prints all the news without s e f fear or favor The regular price Is lJOO e eaeai but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS e YEAR oo IBOTJIONE I if You will give or send your order to this I t P pernot to the Courier Journal v 1 Daily ie-s Sunday GourierJournaV Yr 200 1 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or SundaYif you will write Fthis paper 1 X sx XS SXaXaXSS S vw I vwvrwviv riwwe iiw riw vwwiwI I I 1 I iivII m irc- Ci vii9rAli 5 PIKE CAMPBELL MGR m 7 1 Refurnished Redecorated and e n c vi Imodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu vi- lar1f Prices Convenient to Wholesale w- 7z SriRv FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE 5 1 1 k FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Sri 1 nC onisvief Kentucky I vrv wvi Jk iinnCiiAIiiiinCR n7iCminmii in I 1n im w W KIMBLE HOTEL J W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR GOOD ROOMS 100 PER DAY GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREE ww xwL- IVERY I xrrcYcAND FEED STABLE lN CONNECTION RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY t The Louisville Trust I Company Fifth GarnerI r LOUISVILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping ofr valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every prai tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength 5 pecial Cluiing Offer with The Louisville and this paper The homeliest woman in Ne- braskadied j last week in Omaha r attheageof92 years She dd Glared she never had a beau in Ilof her life though she had ena regular Patron oi miitri tmonIii l agenci sf v t iK liyi cJ ii- Jx Southwest and Times Hal Denny a prominent citi rtanrwhlJewalklngonthestreeJ has identified Dan Garr a nd o- as the man Who shpthimand arid Carr jindnger of ieiiig t lr0I J I irWhllairyingPays I An Australian dairy professor summarizes the advantages of dairying in the following twelve reasonsJ1 It takes less fertility out of the soil than any other form of agriculture and hence it is use leguIatedIsystem of rotation 2 It can be combined readily with other forms of agriculture or horticulture 3 The dairy provides in winter a quantity of stable manure in which the straw from the farm is profitably utilized 4 The byproducts from the cow skimmilk whey and but termilk area source of income in raising pigs and calves M 5 Dairying gives constant and regular employment of a light character to every member of a farmers family 6 Dairying inculcates habits of punctuality industry cleanli ness and thrift of the farm J 7 Cheese and butter are con densed products and the cost of carriage in comparison with their value is less than that ofl 1 any other farm product 8 The demand for good butter and cheese on the worlds markets is unlimited and so long as the quality is maintained and all around even and profitable price can always be secured 9 The monthly check from the factory provides the mainstay in the household as against the pre carious returns from yearly crops 10 In mixed farming the in come from the dairy is the most reliable 11 The farmers household as a result of dairy work is always supplied with fresh milk and cream butter cheese pork ba con and veal 12 Storekeepers traders bankers financial men and poli ticians all fully realize after years of experience that where ever dairy farming is conducted farmers are most prosperous mortgages are rarely found and the value of landed property becomes considerably enhanced IenA Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard coldIhe writes brought on a trouble that baffled an expert doctor toinot help me Then I went to Califor nia but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now 1 am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Paull Drug Co To Live a Century i f If is said by observing the fol lowing rules one stands a good chance of being a worthy mem ber of the HundredYear Club Eight hours sleep Sleep onyourrightside Keep your bedroom window open all night Have a mat to your bedroom door v Do not have your bedstead against the walL V No cold water in the morning but bathe at the temperature of the body Exercisebe6re breakfasty Eat littIemeatand seethatit iss well cooked t Ets plentY of fat to feed the cijls which desto y disease LJ j s age s t Z Adv itiIitOXl cants which de J ts 1rtR r Li i 3eCJeCJ dedoo CJe E 2 I IF Newly furnished t Conveniently located I aSI Thetludson House II Rates 100 Per Day fI I am also prepared to furnish V r Q 1 a Anything in the Bakery Line i7 I Your Business Solicited a I ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky i1f Next door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pike 3F 3 3QF3E1 3F3 SE OHQ 30aOHCJaE3aE3BQm JOHN AH0l3S0N G EE1l1SBtI 9 KE4TUCF Y t H i tKx rfiasEgough I Pioniet Witre pence to fence in Green and Adair counties ry V The Stay wires op this fence are f so 3Si attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pull jthe Tighter it Gets i L i Et1oUCsF3 i7 t 1 V Poultry pettlag to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two 0 counties and don t forget the 97 kinds of Wan Paper ad r vertised in recent issues of The News y J + e eOOO000OOO- Oo O- OOO FRANK CORCORAN o High Grade o Marble W Cemetery work of all kind IIyouTrade from Adair and adjoining countiesVC solicited Kyg o o 44t4444444444444 tDaily Post and The Adair County News I yr 350 strop those cells Daily exercise in open air sAllow no pet animals in your living rooms they are likely to carry about disease germs J Live in the country if you can Watch the three Ds drinking water damp drains Take frequent and sjiort holi days Show The Berries M once met a little fellow pn the road carrying a basket of blackberries and said toJ imj Sammy where did You get such berries v Over there sir in the briers Wont Your mother be glad to see you come home with a basket ful of such a nice ripe fruit sheJalways iSeems glad when I show her the berriesiand I don t tell her anything about the briers in- my feet t i I rode on But Sammys re lessonIandJy try to athlan xbo utrthe Jjrir rSe1 bbf t1 U1 t t t Granite o 111 Louisville Faithful Laborers There is no class of laborers who neve strike and Seldom complain They get up at five o clock in the morning andnever get back to bed until ten or eleven oclock at night they work with out ceasing the whole of that time and receive no other emolument than food and the plainest kind of clothing they understand something ofevery breach of economy and labo from finance to cooking through harassed by a hundred responsibilities though driven and worried throgh reproached MId looked down upon they never revolt canjnot organize for then own protec releasesthemt fice is deemed too great for them to make and no Incompetency in any branch of their work is ex cused No essays books or poems are written in tribute to their steadfastness They die in the harness and are supplanted as- quicklY as many be These are thetaaborin math r 1- 1Y t r t11kt W tJlft i YVi THESADAIR COUNTY NEWS Z Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky n IS NOW OFFERING A CAR WAD EACH C J Studebaker FE fr BirdseM nilburn r i ==WagonsA car load o- fOliver v Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivator kiii r One=Horse Corn Corn Planters Drills andI t Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R i ioodson LewisThe Merchant dreensburg Ky JMail orders promply attended to Sash arid Door fe in t orders to us for aril good goods We them I A HUGHES C01I- NCORPORATED YTy w r + e44 I + e i Deblep SPOS 0 9 i 116 E market s1 Bet it Snook j loac Cmvvy 50 Different iJt Fenee IDS 08k i Also n f N N lN Nr NON NiNlN Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work Interior Finish Etc i Largest Wholesale House- the South Sendjyour prompt shipment appreciate tE1 L1 styles 11 SasH E Main Street- LOUISVILLE KY 11A13bSAtFi1 E OUipe Cotletry Gans WAGON MRTE IRIt I1oUisvil1e entueky Telepbone2167SotbPbonas- Jooi yywyyyy yy7tC 1 Or James Menzies I 71 OSTEOPATliYS j t H J I it 1 tI r 1 211215 y y ION r fftct l EXAMINATION i E5 N i 11 3 v Columbi Kentucky JLt i r jl r t 4 i if a t g il For Womans J i8 EyeJabez The rainy weather is letting the weeds and grass take the corn crops Quite a number of the folks from here attended the Sunday School Convention at Cave Springs last Sunday Miss Bessie Young of Mont pelier Adair county is visiting her sisters at this place and torenzMr Mrs RMit Chesney and little son Robert Joseph of Bart visited Mrs Chesney mother R Wooldrige several days of last week Mr JR Carson of Phil gro ceryman was here last week Mrs Tom Marcum spent Wednesday with Mrs R Wooldridge Miss Emerine Lapsley passed through here last Tuesday on her way home She has been teach ng at Tompkinsville Ky Mr R C Hatfield is in Louis ville for two weeks having his eyes treated Mr McClelland of Burkesville with Harris Solinsky Co wholesale clothing house Nash ville Tenn was here Tuesday night taking orders Mr N isfvisiting her daughter Mrs N C Scholl = Messrs James and Ed Wool dridge and their sister Miss t Kate and Miss Ethie Popplewell j attended the decoration at Nancy J the 31 All reported a nice time Mr S L Wilson of Lorenz J was here Friday with a line oft shoes from Cincinnati 0 seeing J our Merchants Gadberry The farmers are taking the ad vantage of the rainy weather by setting tobacco Several from this place attended t Decoration Day at Antioch t last Sunday f Mrs Lou Loy was the pleas ant guest of Mrs Sophronie Pierce Sunday Darnellfy eThe party at Mr S L Ben entts last Saturday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all present = Master Marvin Loy visited Mr t Martin Frankum Saturday and SundayS t Mr Dallas Morrison left a few t days ago for the West v = Messrs Henry Moss and Bob Strange have gone into the goods business near Fair play Mr Boss Loy wife and little v son visited Mr Will Pierce and tE family Sunday night Mr SL Bennett and family Fairplay visited his brother Z L Bennett of this place last Sunday EMr R T Gadberry and family E were visiting the family of MrS H White last Sunday Mrs White is in bad health J Miv Hojlis gnati JSistery l d V f J fr r i k t 10i f Womens troubles very often occur regularly at a certain time every month Be continueMany t thatwonderfully Wine of CarduiMrs Leota Forte of Toledo III writes I am well pleased with the results of using Cardui I have taken three bottles and am now perfectly well free from pain and have gained 25 pounds In weight II WRITE US A LETTER Miss Susie of this place visited relatives at Pleasant Hill last Saturday and Sunday and at tended meeting at that place Mr Z Darnell of Fairplay was visiting relatives at this place last Saturday and Sunday Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve oint ment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Paull Drug 60 r Thurlow Mrs Porter Vaughan isl1e ported dangerously sick Miss Mamie Henderson is vis iting her grandmother Mrs Hilda Jeffries Exie Mr lye Taylor is on the sick but is some better at this writ ing Miss Thelma Tucker returned home Sunday from an extended visit with her sister Mrs Jean McAfee of Bales A number of our people at tended the old folks singing at Pierce Sunday and reported a large number of did people pres ent They rendered some good old time music Rev J P Van Hoy and wife were shopping in Greensburg WednesdayMr Hood of Bliss Adair county visited relatives atthis place Saturday night The heaviest rain we have had this year fell Monday afternoon doing a great deal of damage in the way of washing up young corn and tobacco plants Wheat oats and grass are look ing well Corn is also growing rapidly We have had continued rains for two weeks past hence our farmers are very much behind with their work A majority have their tobacco crops set Some few failed to get all their ground prepared and have not been able to finish setting Plants are plentiful and we take it that they will yet get out a full crop Women 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 and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons slow in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric Bitters work won tiers They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charming women owe their health andbeauty to them 50c at Paull Drug Co The firemans strike on the Georgia railroad wasdeclaredoff Saturday The exact terms of the settlement were not made public but its understood that concessions were made by both sides Tide striking firemen will return to work immediately pending they arrangement of fur ther detaUSbyc conference or arbitration J to The News and CourierJournal I54 rYe r7r t AdviceLadles Advisory Dept The Chattanooza Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn MIMoody Mr H H Moody of this place has been in bad health for some time but is improving slowlyI Miss Cattie Wilson has been the of Mrs H H Mo for two weeksIThe Green county turn pike company is at work daily building on the pike The rain has hindred some but they are push on between showers It is their aim I think to get it opened up for travel from Greensburg and Ebneezer church in a short while It is the great hope of the people of this county that it will be completed this year for good roads is the upbuilding of any county State or neighbor hood If Adair will meet her at the line and when all is com plete we will have a nice road and itwill be good for both towns Columbia and Greens burg f Several of our neighbors of this place attended decoration services at Mt Carmel church in Adair county the 30th of May Also several attended the Missionary rally at Soule chapel the same day they reported a large crowd at both places There came along a nice shower about nOon and got some of the boys new suits wet Gadberry Wheat harvesting is the order of the day in this neighborhood Several from this place attended the cooperation meeting at Pleasant Hill Mr and Mrs W C Johnson and little son Samuel visited Mr and Mrs Sam Royse at Garlin last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mary Murrah of Mont pelier is visiting relatives at this place this week Mr and Mrs Jessie White of Columbia visited relatives near Fairplay last Friday Mrs Sophia Hurt two sons andsister Miss Thetis Williams visited relatives at Montpelier last Saturday and Sunday Mr Jack Stotts and son Paul of Bliss made a busines trip to this place last Saturday Mr and Mrs Robert Johnson visited the latter s parents at Ozark last Sunday Miss Susie and Master Hollis Morrison visited Misses Lula and Ida Epperson at Monpelier last Saturday and Sunday Miss Mattie Frankum visited her aunt Mrs Lou White at Fairplay last Monday Phoenix Arizona V May 30th 1909 Editor News I wrote you some time ago but as my letter failed to appear I suppose it went astray or found its way to the waste basket However that may be Twill ven ture io write again as several have asked me to write some ihgfor the News concerning this country J t PhoenixIs of Arizona is a thrilling uptodate city of about 15000 made up largely of as good people as will be found in any of the older cities of the North and East It is fromIthe center of the Salt River Val ley one of the richest Valleys in the world It is claimed thatt government analysis of the soil has shown it to be as rich or rich er than the celebrated Nile Val ley of Egypt and then the silt brought down by the irrigation water is constantly adding to its fertility so that it is practically Inexhaustable One great drawback to this valley in the past has been a lack of water but now that the Tonto Reservoir being built by the Government is nearing comPle- tion t it is believed there will be an abundant supply of water for all the lands of the Valley so that the desert will laterally blossom as the rose Wheat oats and barley all do well here Corn does fairly well when planted the latter part of the Summer or early Fall and ji Spring The Summer months of June July and August are too hot and dry for most vegetables Alfalfa is the principal hay crop and is a great source of rev enue for the rancher as it can be cut five or six times per year yielding perhaps on an average one and onehalf tons per acre Strawberries ripen here from March to November and sell five cents per box higher than the California product Grapes plums apricots peaches pears pomegranates almons and olives all do well here Orangeslemons and the pomelo or grape fruit are all grown here Oranges ripen in November some six weeks earlier than the California orangeAS the climate for nine months of the year from Sep tember to June I think it is as near ideal as one is likely to find any where The three Summer months are usually very warm the murcury frequently running up to 110 or 115 but owing to a lack of humidity and the almost constant breeze that prevails over the Valley the heat is not intolerable and it is claimed there is no case of Sunstroke on record here Many leave here when the hot season comes on I going to the mountains or beach but this I think is more a fashion w than a necessity Of course there are some dis advantages and drawbacks here that we dont have to contend with in the East We will hard ly find any country with all the advantages and none of the dis s j agreeable features but all things considered I dont know of any n r country that is nearer to tmy i liking than the Salt River Valley iWith best wishes to the News Tl r and all its readers IamYF 11raT B Lyon njftk ofifI handle the CtmpbellivilleeBakera lbread cake j pie etc Stat ail ti f times resh J B Rtiner 313t t y t2 lk r ff pa f- 1si41I I I c 1vi J 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t fxW Hxf rr rJIFyou need a BINDERf I W Hay Rake Mower Ciiltivator Binder Twine etcwe J have the best assortment of Buggies ever on the Colum = bia market all gracifis to suit all kinds of repairsrfor Machinery call at the s C f Jeffries Hardware Store I 0WF Jeffries Sons Proprs OppsvVp + QOo OOGG4 o O J MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT r THAN BANNAS GREEN SEAL Ia The Paint possessing every essential quality Nothing in it but what should be there P111 Nothinglacking that will improve it j tf s YXJ Pigments scientifically combined and fipel ground in Pure Linseed Oilx 1 r si1r0 TheftiP8Inl r that outearsYlJ others and that in weMiitgaWay does so tad fAl y jt 7perf t YU fAC J9 tpailJtiD s s ij FOR SALE BY Jeffries Hardware StoreW F JEFFRIES SONS PROPS it 6 Grad Jie It I Plenty of rain last WeeKnitljf f i Wheat harvesters in Mull sway thiscweek tJipBSallie M3rEiift f ajJ II v 10F t with J JX Walker1 and family returned to Gplum Diia last Friday v of Nat Walker was at Greens4 y purli last Thursday gf tfJ W J A Wilmore returned from Lexington last Sunday Willie Hill who has ifieeh can vassing with the electric belt man in different counties spent last Sunday at his home in our lrcjty rv Miss Eva Walker of Columbia spent several days of last week visiting relatives at this place Mrs JI A Walker and Mrsr juce Montgomery of Colum bia were the guest of Mrs Jr I Walker one day last weekY Messrs J A Diddle and Clem Keltner attended c h u r cn ina Green county last Sunday t i jfe Dr J H Grady spent a fewi 1r of last week visiting his brother t I atPark Ky x 1 t itl E i Miss Della Mitchell of C o visit7i tplace Gtreeni fjurgy stopped over night last IiII p ad family while en route for7 J tJ tft ie District Confeienceat Jones4 jal 1ii tap 1 p Vv i t 4jAustin Wilniore and Lee Flow rs spent last S urdaY nrghta na tf T tI Greensburgand Messrs ErG Atkfns and H 1 walker of werr 3 r f 7iHr v It ii lqhhands with nttieir5 many friends in our town last Friday itlr r BelI4f Red Lick called in to see us on his return from ColumbiaLast Tuesday r iSa- y DrCA Cox the wellknown saddle mat1 of Louisville was witlrour mercliants one day last week soliciting orders i5 x Mr andllMrs43 S0poss attended the IistrictgifConferencjB at Jones Chapel in Cumber land fcbunty last Saturday and Sunday v U v Messrs Brad Walker and Ru fits PulIiam af Nell were in our midst1 Fast weekaifdv reported- business very good in their sec tion with a large crop of tobacco setoutfTX f Mr jJMcWimon who has been confined to his room for several months with afflictions of his head has about recovered and was in omv midst one day last week toQking fine Mr Lum Hill who has for the past year or more been running a barber shop over Keltner Bros store has moved and is now oc- CUpy 1g a room adjacent to Elmer Keens store on main street Mr Hill has a nice room and is now prepared to shave his customers in ia more accommodat ing manner Give him a call and get a clean shave and hair lIonIeyHonRollinrTlurt oftqprum1 bia called inyt Jil see use ah his way home fromj the EcMbhton court last Frida Mr W ISr J t fePflj fbrother i raiL the n sheriff and his deputy of Adalr county vmad0 1ritc Wll trTues t rftc J dafe and on their return ho asiusual had company when they coijne after tifernThei are scdr lieve disapp orated tr Brae c itl wel kn stack Trader o this0 of tbe couutr was on the arck list severalays f last WEet andi tense iuentl y he5 did noij niakei many purchases or sales- Mr1Luther JK Willis one fJour prosperous farmers was our mist last Friday morning and when your reporter made in quires of him to the amount of cherries he had gathered this aboutI25 cents per gallon Mr Willis also informed your reporter that he wanted his name on the list of subscribers of the Adair county News one of the best count papers in the State Qive more men like Mr Willis Born to the wife of P Hs Keltner on the 7th a daughter Mother and child doing well BUGGIES BUGGIES t ALL KINDS AT BUG HA NAM LyOM GOf INCORPORATED CAMPBELLSVILLE KY f wpellyton Mr W D Jones of Knoxville Tenn was visitingv his parenjis Mr and Mrs R K Jones MYhrh ie fewdrys ad- r PIiffrl J lIisVijI county pres 1 re f s Ylpt- t9V1 j was jlJtinar yt JI- Lmmen t t ysag o- c 1l ilr S etif tlF3C 4 r it1 r lar trip to this place Wednesday Mrti Neat isa hustler and has a nicetrade at this lac Mr E Jj Feesei of Columbia was here Saturiday and Sunday He came forMrsheeseiarid lit tie daughter May and son Hickman who had been visiting relatives at this place and Dunn ville for the past ten days Mrs J M Campbell is visiting her daughter Mrs R R Moss of Columbia Mr Will Lyon was here last Thursday community regrets to 1Thi the death of Mrs Judith Rector of Dunnville Mrs Rector was a good Christian woman and will be greatly missed in that community- Mr J M Campbell and Ennis Sanders were at Columbia last SaturdayA son of Mr J W Beaty is very sick at this writ ing Mr NiJT Jones sold t o J j Gabbert his farm for 400 He bought a house and lot from MrL IfzMessrs Luther Ferryman and Travis Morton were in Columbia a day or so last week Mr Joe Campbell and wife were visiting relatives near Co lumbia last week Mr J M Peryman was in Co lumbia a day drsoIast we k 4 Mrs Cora Ybung of Columbia is visiting her brother Mr Ben Swiggett of EtlthJ and attended Childrens Day exercises at this place Sunday1 Mrs Nannie Rubarts who has been in bad health for some time isna better SICAN PLEASE YOU COmeC VI fBI3LLSf1J Et1YfG DunnviHe1 v a f Tommie Tarter of the t1g andarrelatives in this cbiiimuhity f last week i t Irvin Blair of Crays Craf t was MeekY IV WD Jones who Has been visiting his parents at Pen fon Pawed through here on his re turn to his home iii Knoxville Tenn last week BorsellastSam Pierce and wife of Gar lin visited Mrs Kate Pierce of this place lastSaturday and Sunday YMiss Carrie Cabbell is visiting OzarkusW C Cundiff Bro are sell in out their entire stock of goods at cost They will engage in other business Rev W P Wilkerson and W H Lemon preached ot Luttrells Creelj Sunday They were ably assisted in the song service by WB Ellis who has been lead ing in singing for 22 years The recent rains have put the farmers behind with their work but they are rolling clodstriowly iBennett He song of Merimack visited hisrfather t W Hens nl- lastweek t TQfi1mie Tarter Glaufl Dicki n Virgil Rubarta James Pet 1 YJli iJMaggi ubarts Hat- tic Nairniaaird J LWei rrl vai and Mary Lay and jVera Dick inspn cbmpriseii a 1ellYfishin rd tt- J1 as c iI LUM B ER I k 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 324 32 = 3 and 59A GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN III f LOCATION Myers Relief Mill I 11I I I 7KI IT 7r rm I i I 7f7K7l 7K Iv S farmers Woolen Mill Iturer of I Blankets Flannel Jeans Yarn Etc Only the Best Material will be used in the goods Will Give IIat Reasonable IJl 1Respectfully nC 1 E t Reese Jamestownnvv vv V I vrvn7l7 11 1 I Iilf AC 17niniIn7t 7KI M i7j DRINKr DOP COLA a p Manufactured By OTLEY HOBSON ellville They Talso manufacture a number off summer 5 Drlnks V t w It 1 o J W fi WlteON jfBBKJ eaSKftKSB Jr CoLUMl It lidar nfi 1etresivlf r hrs tktW 71 j + l z 1 U3HCJ Jj 3lE3aCJEAE30ci i7Stlis 1 I n1iK JTMcgOrnN 7 I S WATGHmAKERClocks T I jj If a EXPERIENCEJT110 atioo911e Paul Cos Drug Sfiok e Golumbia iy i3 3E 3 iE3f3 3C1E 3aCiJOIE38E3frlt r HORD RICEr DEALERS IN HAR5wffiViILI SUPPLIES BU GGYSUPPLIES 4- B RUBBER TIRESi BLACKSMITH k0P IN CONNECTION AL WHEN RUBBER TIRESARE TO BEFUT CN OV SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALC CAMPSELLSYILLEKENTUCKY party last week One five inch sucker was thecatch- J F Pelley evidently has something treed down in Adair county judging from the number of trips he makes down that way We hope he will catch it Mrs Bettie Hogan who has been visiting relatives in Russell county f has ireturned horned r Myi but it is certainly hot after the cool rainy weather Everyone yottmeethsa grin on his 4t x R L Dickinson has the con tr ct to open uff the Ross lead mine He will beginin thetneu1 future t Tthe mine is about one mile from this place i k O 2 J you Honest Work Pricest 7rmi Camp Ky Q nrJlC little face STOCK ITEMS Robert Gadberry sold one calf to Youngbought hogto1SLcor 000 ft Tim Cravens sold last week a four ofLebanonof175QQ2 LMurpheyforJ cor ir WE PUEAiSE plGHERS CAKPLEAsE yYou + Z uCH MANLYON CO f ax 0 it aka t z I u