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I i a r Ii I I iL I l l Fe 1I J T I J L m it r l Jf t f 0 p tr1t i b untU NtVOL- UME j s lLz 1 XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 23 1909 NUMBER 33 Saturdays Game j Thevgame of ball Saturday between the local team and Ozark drew out a good size crowd as the Ozark team have long been a rival of our town boys The first four innings were spirited but in the fifth our boys hithardrnetting eight scores In the sixth Holladay was put in the box for Ozark and for the a next four innings of the contest allow ed only two scores off his delivery R Judd who was pitching fine ball for the locals was hit by pitched ball in the sixth inning and retired to Young wh- oiin the remaining three inning gave the visitors only two hits Tom Judd was spiked in the eighth and had to retire from the game The score Columbia AB H R PO A E T Judd ss 5 3 2100Frazier 2b 523332R Judd p and cf 3 02 000Dohoney If 541 200Callison3b 332331Moore rf 521100Young cf and p 511 000Rosenfieldc 501 024Hincjmanlb 43180242 13 14 273 9 Ozark AB H R PO A E Epperson 3b 412101Holiday ss and p 310 130Willis c v 4 00 520Brodonan rf 4 00 1 01 4 Morrisp and ss 4 0 0 120Gombestlf 4 0 0000Dunbar 1bi 4 1 1 11 0 1 t Rosenbaum cf 421 001R Dunbar 2b 4 00 4 4 0i 355424114 2basehit Epperson Hindnian 3I basehit Gallison Dohoney Hits off Judd 3 yn 4 inning off Young 2 in 5 inning off Morris 13 in 5 inning off Holladay 5 in 3 1gsBase on ball off Young 1 Hit by picther by Morris 1 by Holladay 1 struck out by Judd 7 by Young 3by Morris 5 Holladay 3 Stolen base T Judd and Callison Attendance 200 Umpire Cravens 123456789 T Columbia 20228000 x 14 y Ozark Su O11OQOO11 4 Wins From Greensburg nittSyor Wilson and his hand of young SSrster composing the second nine cf the Columbia base ball team met with brilliant success in their first encounter at Greensburg Saturday with the second nine of that place The score 6 to 4 shows a spirited contest The scoretColumbiaS R H E C llison c tv j 1 2 0 Cravens cf V 2V 2 0 Hancock ss rt4 0 0 0 Montgomery lb r 0 2 Wilson 2b 0 1 0 Willis Cf i k rj U 0 1 0 Murrellp 5S- 1 2 0 KaseySJ 1 0 0 Walker rLj ft 0 0 Greensburg 7 RHEShreve cfti t 0 0 0 i HoganssQ0 1 Anderson If 0 0 0 Blakeman c 1 J r- Hartfieldlb 1 1 2 L Hagan2b 1 P Oj Woodward 3b Xr v 0 1 2 Lowe rff 11 0 Twyman 1C 123456789 T Columbia 101000122 6 Greensburg 01 0 2 00 0 1 0 4 Batteries For Columbia Murrell and Callison for Greensburg Twyman and and Blakeman Tell every body that The Columbia Fair will be a good one this year Cutting Affray Late Thursday afternoon Adolphus Newby and Sylvester Beachamp two colored men were noticed standing on Burkesville street about twenty yards from the square conversing If there was trouble brewing no one knew it Suddenly they were seen struggling and it was at once known that a fight wason Newby finally got his knife from his pocket and stabbed Beau champ twice about the back As soon as the stabbing occurred parties inter ferret separating the combatants Beauchamp was not seriously hurt and will be all right in a few days It is said the trouble came up over a debt Mr William Cave who lived in the r Jt Carmel countrY tw1 adjudged 0 unsound mind last Friday morning and willjbe conveyed to Lakeland He is eightytwo years old and was a sdldier in the Mexican war a memb rjof papt Squires companyI It is settled that the ColumbiaFair will open Tuesday August 17Che Executive Gommititee and4the Secreta ry ate now at work erlrfctinf all ar rangements Mayor Wilson iri behalf of his team hai challenged Cdlumbiaa first nuief r fame to beplayed here Thursday iio f rt 57 J 7rYf 1 2 J I AT THE SEELBAfil Mr Harry V Denver Lexington fr Tenn Married to MissbiiNina Marcum CityICEREMONY BY DRE L POWELL Mr V Denver of L wTenncity were united in Marriage Monday the 21st in the of the Seelbach h aotelell i Gngyille by Misses Daut Marcum sister of the bride and Katie Murrell and Mr Wallace Reed of Memphis Tenn The wedding was quiet there being only a few friends in attendance Air Denver is a young man who- comes highly recommended and by pro fession is a watchmaker and Jeweler liCThe bride is a daughter of Mrs M E Marcum this city and is a most popu Jar and talented young lady a graduate of the LindsayWilson School and teacher of Expression of such merit as to c s dhea lovable tmentsy ung ladies of this part of the coun try eImmediatelywere taken they left for a six weeks trip through the Western and Northwestern States where will Visit mYellowstonecisco the Exposition at Seattle and many other places of jnterest and mAThe News joins their many friends in extending congratulations and rn wishing them a happy prosperous life The second nine of this place gave the first nine all they wanted last Thursday Edwin Cravens Rue Wal ker Ray Montgomery and Leon Lewis were the batteries for the second nine Will Young and Jo M Rosen eldfor the first nine The game was called promptly at 230 in the afternoon and was spirited to and including the twelfth inning At the ninth inning he clubs tiedand at the close the score stood 11 to eight in favor of the first nine Taking into consideration the second nine had not played a game this season the above result was a great victory for it Get your stock ready for the Colum bia FairAugust 17 will be the date Mr H C Feese and Mr Fred Mc Lean have been awarded the contract to repaint the courthouse two coats on the outside beginning at the basket on the the cupalo and coming to the ground story This inqludes all the metaland woodwork The contract ors will probably begin the work this week The committee appointed to let the contract will also have all the in I side workrevarnished and repainted The Committee also expects to have glass put on the dials of the clock and an electric light placed in the dome in order to see the time after night Rev W M White of Marrowbone filled the regular appointmnt of Rev J R Crawford at the Presbyterian church this place Sunday evening His talk onI The work of Redemption in re spect to Man was well delivered and heard by a good size audience Rev flandof the pastorate at old Union during the remaining portion of the year While here he was entertained the home of Mrs Nannie Flowers In the whilrwind Educational Cam paign of Kentucky which will begin at- an early date ProfJ L Harman of Bowling Green has been assigned to Adair county Prof Harman is an in teresting instructive speaker and his address here ought to bring together a large number interested in His date will be duly eilucation1 LosTA milk cow white with red spots dehorned and about five years old Has been gone since Saturday the 12th inistv Will give liberal reward aSforturn to n1e S C Neat 33lt Garliri KyI Circuit court opened at ram toW aiMonday morning Judge Baker arrive about ten oclock and by the dinner hour he had delivered his instructions to the grand jury and in the afternoon it got down to busiries There was fair crowd in attenclance Hand the me arJ chants and traders were busy through out the day t o a Eloped to Tennessee Last Wednesday forenoon Mr Dan Clark and Miss lone Rounds both of this city eloped to Tennessee where bey were married returning to Colum Theyhavebeenthe elopment was not a surprise irS fact several persons in town were ap prised of it before the couple started Miss Rounds left her home early in the nxorijing in company with Miss Mary East telling her parent that she was going out of town to spend the day ith an aunt of Miss East When they r Disappointment bridge MrgClark in a buggy made his appear iice Miss Rounds accepted a seat in Clarks vehicle and the journey to retha Green was cominenced In due course of time their destination was reached and the rites solemized Mr Clark has been a citizen of Co lumbia for several years employed by The Standard Hardwood Lumber Company He has a genial disposition and is quite popular with all the young men of the town1 He is a native of Tenn essee and sprung from as we are re ElyKMrsin Columbia for six or eight years They are fine peQple Mrs Rounds is a music teacher of ability and her p Flishmentss Dkilleding the couple will board for the pres UThees trusting that happy contentment pinay abide with them so long as both ay be permitted to live j If you want a privilege at The Co lumbia Fair call on the executive corni CYouEducational Whirlwind Campaign mThepaign for Adair County are Prof J L Harmon of Bowling Green Business College and Hon T B McGregor of Frankfort Ky Prof Harmon will speak at the following places Cane Valley 10 a m June 28 1909 Egypt 3 p m June 28th 1909 Knifley 7 p m June 28th 1909 t Pellyton 10 a m June 29th 1909 Nealfcburg 2 p m June 29th 1909 Burtons Store 5 po m Jane 29 1909 Elroy 11 a m June 30th 1909 Sparksville 3p m June 30th 1909 The Hon TB McGregor and Prof Harmon will speak at the Courthouse at730pm June 30th AU who were so fortunate as to Hear Trbf Dickey in the first Whirlwind Campaign remember him with much pleasure and are promised as rare aI treat in the two speakers who come to u Msportunity to hear them Georgia R Shelton Married in OKlahomaa On the 29th wMisscounty and a daughter of the late Jo POklahomaThe wedding occurred at the home of Dr J R Hood wBeforewas a school teacher The groom is a prosperous farmer Notice To Tax Payers Owing to the recent decision of the Court of Appeals in regard to a levy or School purposes I will hereby call n all appointments and will not receive taxes any further until afterthe Adair Fiscal Court Convenes and fixes the amount of the levy for the year 1909 Said Court is called to meet at the Courthouse in Columbia Ky on Fri day Junev25th for the purpose of fixing said levy WB Patteson SAC ISerious Accident Mr Josh Butler fr prosperous fax paJDIfUIand a binder arid in some way his right hand got caught in the machine break jn1f the twp middle fingers It will be spnie time before Mr Butler will be able to use his handV v Attention All persons who are indebted tb us for millinerY are eatnestly requested to call and settle We need the money due to assiat5 us m purchasing a ITall abock W trust that thillhoticewill be heded Miwes Eubaaki 12nd nine oi Greenbrg win JThe iCbjun bi 2iadliu next Saturn th mlIQahrp v V So1 1 f 1 jt i1 o l TANGLE PARTY Miss Nina Marcum Entertains in Honor of Uef guests Messrs WaftMiss Nina Marcum was hostess at a brilliant reception given Saturday eve ning at her home on Burkesville street in honor of Messrs Harry V Denver Lexington Tenri and Wallace F Reed Memphis Tenn who have been her uests for the past few days The several contests in which most of the guests were very tangled afforded theprizeof was H pancockwith cake was served and at an hour verylat and near early the delighted guests of the evening departed The following were present Misses Messrs M abel Atkins Audry Frazier Hattie Lewis Herschel Baker dnLewis Ray Flowers lice Walker Alex Chewning atie Murrell Wallace F Reed Memphis Tenn B etseyHancoek George Lowe Martha TIancock Jim Wi more Annie Dixon Fred Hill rances Jones Woodruff Flowers ura Smith Gleason Hulse imple Conover ReedShelton Patterson Tim Cravensnie YarberryVrstars Cartwrighti Jim Garnett Nin Marcum Harry V Denver Lexington Tenn M J arid MrsS N Hancock lt Jo Russell has sold his interest n the mercantile business of Russell o to Mr J CL Russell The trans wasiTtnade last week Mr Jo Rus sell will probably restafew weeks then engage in other business It is- knowntnat he a saleswas traveling an fpr quite a number of years and that he was very successful and it predicted that he will again take t isI road v He has received recentlyas understand several flattering propositions from large wholesale houses In any business he engages in he will have the best wishes of this community There seems to be an abundance of foxes this year and later on there will be plenty of melody given forth by the hounds MrS L Banks of Cane Valley reports plenty of them in his section Last Saturday while cutting wheat and when it had been reduced to si standing of about two acres the foxes began to seek other shelter and five tKnowingheywere to kill them which was fairly success ful A Shepherd dog caught two while r Banks shot one They were about half grown and beautiful greys There are two or three places on the oad from here to Zion which need thE- ttention of a number of hands for severa1days It is said that during the et weather it was almost impossible o get over the cuts with a vehicle The same condition exists from Mr T Dunbars farm on the Russell road to Ozark These bad places could soon be fixed if theories hose business it is to look after the r would get tit Judge Junius Hancock is authorized to appoint two students from this county to take a course in civil engineering in The State University These appointments ate worth 40 a year to each one appointed while taking the course Any young man who wants prepare himself for this line of toI should apply to Judge Hancock at on as the appointments must be made before the first dayt f September Mr CR Payne is heije from Burkes ville Itis our understanding that he is making preparations to build abridge from the Campbellsville pike to thold road which belongs to the Garnett estate It will require a great deal of work but it will be a valuable improve meat It is tQbe closed attach end with gates the road to be a private p a sway There are tw murder trials docketed for this term of the Russell circuit court Henry McGowan for killing Lo zier Dunbtr and a man named Gosser fbr killing1 his brQtherihrlayjv If Mc Goywm is tried it will be his second trial He wa convicted eight months ago arid given a life sentence An p peaiwas taken and the case remanded for trial SchoolLann picnic ittb Fir grounds on July the seventeenth Tile program has not yet bfn completed but the committee Willmkeitmteresj rit0 i0 JJ2 5 i lf c ri J P i11- 5v The New School Law Constituitional The Court of Appeals decided last week that the new school law was con stitutional that a mandamus would lie to force the Fiscal Court to make the levy and that the County Board of Education has the right to determine the amount of money needed by the schools About forty counties refused to make the levy and unless it is made before the first day of July the schools will be seriously crippled Judge Hancock in forms us that he will call a meeting of the Magistratts before that date to consider this proposition Whether the law is good or bad whether it pleases or displeases it is an open plain duty to obey and doubtless every county will accept the situation without the ressure of the courts Death of Mr iE Taylor several months Mr J E Taylor rFor a native of Cumberland who was an excellent citizen was a great sufferer being a victim of C 1icer of the stomach He consulted a number of physicians and it was decid ed that an operation might save his life andone week ago he went under the knife at an in the fcitysuccumbed to the inevitable last tThurdayshipped to Whites Bottom Cumber lanq county where the funeral services were conducted last Sunday by Rev J R Crawford of this place The deceased was a member of Columbia Chapter No 7 Royal Arch Masons and had been a devout member of the Presbyterian Church for a number of years He leaves a wife and several children Peace to his memory fair Privileges For Saleg All privileges for the 1909 Russell County Fair will be offered for sale at Russell Springs Saturday June 26th at 2 pm This is the third Annual Fair for this Ssri and we want to make it better haiv ever Any and all bids or other information handed the Secretary will be held in confidence Address callR G Woods Sec MrH Golf who accepted a posi tion as traveling sales an for the Bliie Grass Tobacco Company of Lexington a few days ago is having a fine trade in his territory MrGoffis a gentle man and a man well calculated tosuCe ceed in any business in which he should undertake Wherever he goes he makes friends and in that manner that builds on honest fair dealings Mr R B Wilson who has just com pletedhislarge two room store building fbeused Ahalfsection with ic ecold soft drinks fancy groceries cigars and tobaccoes ftfor Sale Eighty acres of land Iimiles frontGradyville on Big Creek good 5 room 3desirablebottom about 60 acres in cultivation Write or call on R 0 Keltner Grady ville Price 110000 324t Goff Bros sold to Hugh Richardson of Cumberland county a one half inter est in their livery business a few days ago and thefirm name i snow Goff Bros Richardson The new firm has already spent several hundred dollatsdn equipments and within a short while will add a number of fresh horses as well as a few more uptodate vehicles making their stable one of the best liveries in this part of the State We buy direct from manufacturer and we are in a position to save you money on Hardware Groceries and No tions Call and see us and be con vinced E L Sinclair Co Wholesale and Retail 322t or f 1 You can save money by buying your iihardwareE L Sinclair Co Wholesale arid Re tail Located on Campbellsville street 322t How to Collect Your Accounts We collect notes Accounts and claims- danywhere ifi the United States an make nb charges unless we collect Write toijis MAJXS COLLECTION AGENCY 25 3mJ J Somerset Kyr J Ii Mr RjlT McCaffrey one of the beaj iguryeyors in this part of the state has been employed to survey ev rarimJ portant rcts of land in Russell county and repot to Russell circuit cburti He is now following tfit direction of th compas 4 tirf j A APPROACHING WEDDING M r Jo M Reed and Miss BerlieE Breeding Both of this Place 5j to be Married near v Hustonville IT WILL BE A QUIET AFEAIR It will be a surprise to many resi i dents of Columbia to know that Mr Jo M Reed the oldest son of Mr and Mrs E W Reed and Miss Bertie E Breeding daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Breeding will be married in a few days The exact date has not b een agreed upon at the home of the intended brides sister Mrs Charles P countyTheer and trader and is a gentleman of excellent character and standing and has many friends in the circle of his acquaintance The intended bride is quite a fiand s ome young lady populor with all her associates and will be greatly missed in social gatherings The young couple will be at home in Columbia to their many friends in a ew days after the happy event The News extends its best wishes to trustingthatwaver that they may climb the Hill theygiupon the past seeing that they have enjoyed only happiness Program Thd Adair County Medical Society Will meet in Columbia on Thursday uly 8 1909 with the following pro ram MosquitoLArthur Waggener The AppendixJk r W F Cartwright Treatment of Pneumonia J C Gose The diseases of Casey Creek j H B Simpson Pneumonia U L Taylor Health Officer WR Grissom The Practice of Medi cine Let all come prepared on these sub jects and let us have a profitable meeting W F Cartwright U L Taylor Committee W R Grissom Notice The sidewalk ordinance for both sides of Main Street to the branch at Eu bank shop and to the street at W W I Jones and on both sides of Market St rom the square to the alley at the Presbyterian Church and to Garnett venue passed by the Board last Oc ber will be up July 1 1909 and all unfinished walks in this territory will be advertised and let to a contractor to build The Monticello a nd Columbia ball eams will play two or three games on the L W T Sball park July 2nd andwrd It will be given fully next week- sa arrangments have not yet been fully made Mr John D Lowe reported last Thursday that he had in his yard a peach tree hanging full of large ripe peaches but that tbey were almost tasteless He says that two much rain evidently caused the fruit to lose its flavor j LostA pair ojgold plated glasses in an open case between Columbia and my farm on Burkesville road Will pay SI 00 for theirreturn It J A English A large per cent of the wheat ur Adair cbunty has been harvested The early sown seed brought good crops and t the late about an average crop In two or three weeks the threshers will be at work selLtheEdison Phonograph records and repairs If you want merriment i in your home and pleasure when weary Jbuy one W R Goff 334t 2 Columbia Ky Remember that next Sunday willbe f Childrens Day at the Presbyterian church The exercises will be jbyjJi ble andevery body is invited t Cone to the ball game next stdat2n il nine GreOnsburg vs 2nd f rtnbia Game 130 sharp rThe Colunibia Fair wil be heldSgustl7 is 1 and 20tb Fix pfi oiisstbclcaridjpifca premium r Any one rwMwant Wadkina reniif dies and extracts call oh Mrs GebrfiK fStapl ofjiL H P afey Columbirf L5a vtfl f iJf t 1Ei t rn i w t 1q J I r l t C ii ifi r 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSIThurman and Lewis From Lebanon Falcon Of the two candidates for Cir curt Judge in this district the Democratic nominee Judge Thur man has a record of five years on the bench and his official course during that time is the best indi cation of what it will continue to be if he is reelected to a full termBy their fruits ye shall know them or as commonly put judge the furture by the pastHow is it with Mr Lewis the nominee of the Leader crowd He has for several years held the responsible office of Mayor of Springfield while Judge Thurman was Circuit Judge and we natur ally turn to his record of perform ance of official duty in that positron to find an earnest of the course he would pursue if elected to the higher position What does that record show as his standard of official propriety and an im partial performance of public duty regardless of personal feel ing or interest Mr Lewis was an active out spoken and vehement opponent of local option when that question was before the voters of Spring field and shortly after the election one C A Thompson was being tried before Judge Noe Police Judge of Springfield on a charge of having opened his saloon on election day Mr Lewis was his attorney and in order to in fluence Judge Noe in his decision threatened that if his client were convicted and fined he as Mayor would have the fine paid out of the funds of the city This threat to use his official position to shield his client from any penalty that might be imposed did not deter Judge Noe from doing what he conceived to be his duty under the law as he construed it and after a patient and impartial consideration of the evidence and argument imposed a fine of 100 against the defendantAt meeting of the city council in accordance with his an nounced intention Mr Lewis had a resolution introduced directing the payment of the fine out of the public funds in the city treasury The vote on the resolution was tie until Mr Lewis as Mayor cast his vote in favor of it there i by securing its adoption i Very soon thereafter the grand jury met and after investigating the matter had decided to indict Mr Lewis for misappropriation of public funds but on assurances from him that the money appropriated for the benefit of his client had not yet been paid and the promise that it would not be thereafter paid the grand jury with held indictment The resolution however and 11s Mr Lewis vote on it appear the records of the city and giv the best evidence of his remark able capacity to disregard person al feelings and interest in the performance of official duties As Mayorhe was charged with thee duty of seeing that the laws were enforced in the city without tfelpect of persons or individual opinions a more excitable im pus ve and prejudiced partizan might have hesitated to appro i priate for the private and per t L4sonal benefit of one whom he re 4 HJrsentefl as attorney public tir i funds that had been raised b- t taScatibn for publiie purposesj he L J ihigK have hesitated to construK- if r Pvjf 7J r f his oath of office as an obligation to use his official position and the public treasury for the private benefit of his clients or of those who had been associated with him as partizans on the same side of a question submitted for decision to the voters and by them already settled at the polls and with which the Mayor had nothing to do further than to see that the will of the majority was enforced against all alike Judge Noe evidently took this view of the matter of official duty inso far as it concerned the office of Police Judge for he was firm in the enforcement of the law as he understood it without respect of persons and without being affected by any considera tion personal to himself Mr Lewis however felt him self to be by nature so calmim passive impersonal nonparti zan and so analytical and discriminating in his mental make up that he stood far above the standard of ordinary men in ac tual life and he could not under stand the prejudice the little ness the narrow minded blind ness that caused the grand jury to interpose an objection to his use of his little office for the personal benefit of a friend in trouble for what other purpose could he have been induced to honor the position of Mayor with the greatness of his talents Now that he has reversed his position on the liquor question and is no longer wet but an extreme local optionist march ing under the banner of the county unit bill it is interesting to speculate if he would use any official position he might obtain to help a local optionist or a for lmer client in the same way hs did to help Mr Thompson It is but fair to say that the two councilmen who voted for the resolution were not lawyers and that they were induced to do so by the persuasions of Mr Lewis in whom they had great confi dence as a lawyer and as a man but for this influence exerted upon them at a time when they had no opportunity to reflect for themselves on the matter in its real bearings they would not have aided in the adoption of the resolution I s LIt is also fair to say for Mr Lewis that when thebrand stopped the payment of the fin imposed on Mr Thompson out of the public funds the sixty dayS allowed for an appeal had nearly but not quite expired and that he then immediatly took an appeal to the circuit court where a jury assessed a fine of 10000 and no appeal to the court of appeals the judgment was reversed on account of an error in an instruc tion r after this the indictment was dismissed without a furthur trial werepublic funds to relieve the client pf Mr Lewis from a fine re ularly imposed upon him by th Police Judge whose judgment was that of a court of competent jurisdiction and was to be taken as conclusive and binding unt reversed on appeal to a higher court and neither an individual nor any other official had a right to treat it with contempt The judgments of our courts must b jrespected so long as they stand in full force and no app alwas revert e from this judgment until after the grand jury had thejir tti d it r r i J ir t fine out of public funds We could wish that Mr Lewis had given evidence of a higher standard of official proprietyand t an example of a more strict reI and for official duty but he is now a candidate for a higher office and recognizes that the people demand from its incumbent IIa a high standard he can not- judgetherefore complain if they him by his past performances rather than by his promises for the future The people of this district having under Judge Thurmans administration of the acIcustomed indeed will be slow in permitting to be introduced into the judiciary of the state the same standard set by Mr Lewis as Lord Mayor of Springfield Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Carrie L Sapp Plaintiff t L S Flanagan cDefendents f By virtue of a Judgment and Orde- of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren dered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause for the sum of 140 with the interest at the rate of 6 percent per annum from the 20th day ofI February 1906 until paid subject to the following credits 60 paid AprilS 1906 and 20 paid May 24 1906 and 4 costs herein I shall proceed to offer fo ineolumIIbialic Auction on Monday the 5th day of July 1909 at 1 oclock p m or there about being County Court upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property to wit A certain house and lot known and designated as lot No 12 in plot recorded in Dee Book No 20 page 644 in the Adai- ountY Court Clerks office and lying on the North East side of Tutt street and adjoining the town of Columbia Ky For the purchase price the purchas er 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 Judg ment H T Baker Master Commissioner PlcKingat Others Faults IWhat is the good of spying holes in peoples coats when we cant mend them Talk of my debts if you mean to pay them if not keep your red rag behin- your ivory ridge Friends faults should not be advertised and even a strangers should not be published He who makes a fool of another is a fool himself Dont get into the habit of laugh ing at pther people for the old saying is Hangin stretching and mockings catching Jest ring is too apt to turn into jeering ticklee makes a wound It is a pity vhenmy mirth is another mans Imisery Before a man cracks a joke he should consider how he would like it himself for who give rough blows have ver thin skins Give only what you would be willing to take some men throw salt on others but they smart if a pinch of it falls on their own raw places When they get Rowland for their Oli ver or a tit for tat they dont like it yet nothing is more just Biters deserve t be bittenEiJI hgCole Tins fell upon the knife with ththogs throat and was killed at wais as sharp as a razor went straight to the young mans heart Col lins was a son of Taylor Collins who has a meat store in South Frankfort The accident occur e- redat the slaughter house of Kr Collins in the Choatesyille neigh borhood Collins was twenty e eight years of age and was well v te Jif L YiS i a f T i Out of the Ginger Jar J II IEvento set a bone but anybody can set an egg When agirl falls in loXa with loafer we usually find him the of her heart There is little expectation that the July and August sun willI melt the ice trust- The cornfield ought to take a high rank because there are so many kernels in it It would not take a threshing machine very long to thresh out some mens ideas The auctioneer knocks down almost everything he touches and yet nobody seems to mind it By their fruits ye shall know them but what about a tree with a dozen different varieties of graftTalk the farmers having uprthe entire country right now Our neighbors faults are mag nified seven fold but as to our own shortcomings- them we cannot see with a microscope atrhome an occasional change is theIEvery farmer can be his own weather profit if he will keep his tools under the shed and his badrnights IASOLDIERS DREAM I was sitting down to dinner In a farm house over the sea To a turkey brown and tender And a cup of steaming tea There was fruits sweet with richness And a row of pumpkin pies With the largest whitest biscuits That was ever made to rise There my dear oldfashioned mother In her purple painted gown Meekly bent her silver tresses As she called the blessings down medTo the sugar and the cream When the reveille awoke me And found it all a dream r But today Im in the tropics Many many miles away From the farm house and the turkey 1And my mother old and gray Clad in torn and faded khaki And the raggedest of hats In a country where the mamri Runs to slum made of rats It it not the least fof hardships jr That a soldier has to bear Dreams and pleasant recollections Of the day and better fare While the peaceful home folks gather Round a board of plenty spread He is living in the trenches rWaiting for a dose of lead rBut all the friends and near relations Far among the smiling fields Whoare greatful for the bounty That a plenteous harvest yields Dont forget who guards old glory Of the golden land for you And just spare a thought at dinner For your absent friends in blue Written for the News by William R Harrison Women Who Are Envied areelovely in face form temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman Will be nervous Kidneyeeruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric Bitters work won ders They regulate Stomach Liver and SiveKidneystrongnerve bright eyes purebreath smooth velvety kinIQV ly complexion Many charming women owe theirhealth and beauty to them 50c at Paull Drug Co l Irge Dixon a youiigiiegro faim hand en oryed b Joe Gfaenswlt a farmernear Sonora y4 met witii a horrible death Bur7 4s t J Ifurnfarmers th1 IFarm YIachinerv 11 andI than ever before One car of Binders Mowers Disc- Harrows Hay Rakes Also the Olin ver Chill Plows and the Brown Culti vators Wheat Dills Corn Drills A ear of Wagons one car of Buggies and a nice line of Harness In fact many things which is not mentioned I H Phelps 1 IJ Jamestown Ky Buggy WhipsI L JR Pres J COCKS VPrcs RIH DIETZMAN See WAy Pyne Mill 1889IESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED I MIliliWRIG1TS IN SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work j 59 I JOBBING WORK SOLICITED mACT4lt41sT LJI ENGINES BOILERS ITHIETeeNTHMftlH LODISlZILLe I AH Kinds of Machinery Repar dI IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE v See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Produce Wanted W L SIMMONS NUMBLY KENTUCKY t ing a rain storm when the an imal became frightened at the lightning and ran away throw ing the rider whose feet caught in the trace chain The boy was dragged nearly a mile over the rough road and his brains dash ed out and scattered over the entire distance Quite a number of Clay county farmers and a few in the upper section of Knox are preparing to raise tobacco crops this year For some time a good quality of tobacco has been raised in Clay county although on a small scale The sail of that region is well adapted to the cultivation tor 0 act o and much land which Has heretofore feeeh given over to corn will be Used foirifcofcasco cut tore 1c- k l fr 4r j i ik v 9 IIfi If J ll j H lam better w DEALERS Germ Killers Sunshine and fresh air kill dis ease germs This is why you should see to it that both these health giving agencies are not excluded from your home Dont live or work in rooms that have no fresh air Such rooms are dangerous Always sleep with your window open in winter and s I1erDont be afraid of damp air Dont be afraid of night air They are not dangerous but rooms that are kept closed are dangerous because the poison of disease is in the air of such rooms Let all the sunlight and fresh air that you can into your rooms Sleep nlain I r th fresh air v rk v f Vi A1 t s 3l 1J1vjfe Ov rfeJx s k4 tfes Co r tu i ft m6 Iltiiiji 7trt t+ t nit trs Tt t JP t r rti Tf j r 1 jiThTT C s I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 7f EEEiEfEE 7ii fE L 17r I7KidiS7tR HUBBUCH BROS524 526 528WEST MARKETSTREET 7i LOUISVILLES CARPET AND RUG STORE SI t I Offers J iThe public a selection so broad and varied that every taste jj anoj every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying iE power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu 1 facturers in need of funds appeal at 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AND THE EVENING POST Short StopsI Some folks believe in live and let live but most of them want you to pay board When a man begins to comb hair over his bald spot he be comes almost vicious in his criticism of the giddiness of woman A fellow would enjoy going on a vacation if he didnt meet so many people who were on their way to the place he is leaving to spend their vacation Puddiford Suggs two years ago wore a coat that was so short it struck him at the junction of his suspenders now his coat flaps about his knees What would the world be withoutits due proportion of Puppiford Suggses People could get along toler ably well without servants ex cept that it would deprive them of a neverfailing topic of conversation There have been but ten wo men in the history of this country i who were mean enough to describe how their husbands pro posed to them Men dont run to short sleeves and long gloves and dropstitck waists but as a general thing they can get themselves up to look foolish if they tryt Amos Ransoms boy has pick ed this subject for his graduating oration Is the World Any Better Than It Was Twenty Years Ago or I It Worse and What Influences Have or Have Not Combined to Bring This About and in That Case What Is the Remedy We Should Ap ply The oration is somewhat shorter After alii you get more fun out of lifeilthoughyou iirimy be regarded ass a trifle oM 4you 1 01 iJ YOUR GETr I TO I I Augustus E Willson WITH THIS PAPER1 believe that the general run of men are honest The great trouble with this world is that everybody wants to talk and nobody wants to listen Lots of men criticise the Cu bans for not running their coun try peaceably and then go homes and make the family unhappy by kicking about some unimportant thing Some peoples idea of patience is for you to stand meekly while they get the best of you While I do not relish the ideal of kings kissing each other how dedo and goodby still I doubt if either of the kings accuses the other ofhaving been drunk again v Ezra Timms is so afraid of being a bore that he bores every body A real statesman is one who can keen right on loooking dignified after his collar has wilted Oh Advertising Saysan exchange If you toot your little tooter aud then layaway your horn theres not a- soulJn ten short days will know that you were born The man who gathers pumpkins is the man who plows all day and the man who keeps ahumpin is the elmandsudden jerks is the man who blames the editor because it never works The man who gets the business has a strong and steady pull be keeps his trade arid paper from year to year quite full He plans Ms advertisements in alioughtful honest wayi keeps forever alb it until he makes itpay The Adair County jew and J lJJoUri rJoPrPI101f15ja rii f E Iiir f oi fe4SilS h V J t L Kentucky Fair Datest Stanford July 213 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 2T5 days Lancaster July 283 days Madisonviile Aug 35days Winchester Aug 35 days BlueGrass Fair Lexington Aug 96 days Russell Springs Aug 104 daysTaylorsvilleAug 104 days Uniontown Aug 105 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Columbia Aug 174 days Leitchfield Aug 174 days Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Providence Aug 17 5 daysI BarbourvilleAug 183 days Broadhead Aug 183 days Shepherdsville Aug 183 daysEwing Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug 245 days London Aug 244 days Elizabethtown A u g 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days Florence Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkinsville Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 15 daysI Bardstown Sept 14 days Hodgenville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 74 days Carroll Gallatin Owen T r i County Fair Sept 84 days Glasgow Sept 84 days Sanders Sept 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days Scottsville Sept 163 days Bedford Oct 12 days Happiness Thesum of happiness is made up of a thousand details A lit tIe kindness dene to one less for tunate gives the heart a beat of orIspire To overcome prejudice is more satisfying than a ten course dinner j To subdue a difficulty and smother a selfish desire is to be come strong and splendid If life is worth living at all it is worth living in a state of pro gress and improvement If we moan and groan filling the air with dissatisfaction and gloom we can scarcely hope to partake of much contentment All you need is a good thump on the back by some cheerful soul who has faith in youand a promise to yourself that you will face your work and your worries cheerfully An Indigestion Remedy Free Many people who are otherwi healthy suffer from indigestion or dyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that adis order there is to be taken very ser iously theylikeoftentheandIrregular tfongomines your health It is good advice to suggest to you that you go to your drug CaidwellsSyrup ThatisdidtheFThompson UteYouthe druggist and taken according to di YOUneedItand besides the laxative effect contains tonetheIndigestionAll who have never used Dr Caldwjells Syrup Pepsin writIngthewaythousands fathedigestion When once you use this grand remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice writs to the doctor and he tlli nswer you fully Thinre no charge for this aervioe The t re sJJr W B 1 seo Ill Caidwell iv fiTiT 2 1ForSalt and charcoal should be kept in every pen and pasture so the pigs can eat all they wish Dont try to see how many chicks you can hatch out buti rather how many you can raise Hens should not be closed up in a barrel or box after they have hatched out their chicks They need exercise after three weeks settingAt end of a bed of seeds drive down a stake and slip the empty seed bag over the top of it f to help you remember what youE have sowed there Green cornstalks lettuce and other garden greens should be cutup fine and given to fowls confined in yards When deprived of it hens lack the red color in their combs and the blood will become impure t As soon as the young chicks are hatched it is a good plan to remove them to the garden or Out under the trees if the weather is favorable where they can get plenty of insect to eat and scratch all they like The bowel trouble which kills many chicks when they are from one to two weeks of age may often be corrected by taking away the chicks drinking water and giving instead scalded milk to which a little cinnamon has been added Make the garden rows long and straight so as to use the f horse cultivator or the wheelhoe to the best advantage Stir the ground after planting often after each rain or about once in ten days anyhow should be thinned to a IPlants distance apart when quite small Only in this way can the gardner secure uniformity in size and time of maturity of his vegetable Plants not needed are not any better than weeds The cows often make trouble at this season of the year with lumpy or stringymilk A good treatment is as follows First give a thorough purge say a pound of Glaubers salts WhenI it has ceased to act give ounce of niter and thirty drops of aconite twice a day for two days or longer if not cured f A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death Vis a story to thrillthe world A hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Then 1 paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokanee who not help me Then I went to didI nia but without benefit At last I Dr Kings New Discovery which com pletely cured me and now 1 am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Paull Drug Go Strange Discoloration IAn old oak tree grow ing on the farm of William Hart in Washington county is an object of interest from the fact that it bears upon its stemAa singular discoloration that is attributed to a supernatural agency says the Springfield Leader The tree grows near what was at one time a public passway and is about eighteen inches indiameter One Sunday afternoon about 20 years ago Dick Allen and Bill Graytwo negroes were returning from Eaydens distiHgry on horseback Whn near the tree the negroes entered into a race and gallopedI at headlong spaed along ejmr k siii A f 7 I i i f r r row roadway In passing the tree Allens head in some man ner struck the stem of the oak with such force that his skull was broken and death resulted almost instantly Shortly after accident a white spot the size of a dinnerplate appeared of on the tree just exactly at the point where the unfOrtunate- s negros head struck and there it1 has remained ever J3ince 4 Sawdust For Roadso Sawdust is utilized in the Southf or roadmaking Two ofd earth are thrown up with a machine at the required width from each other and the space between is filled with a sixinch bed of sawdust which is then mixedwith the dirt This is said to make a roadbed on which the tires of the heaviest loaded vehicles make no impression The cost is stated by the Jacksonville TimesUnion to be about 300 a mile showing it to be about the cheapest road material in use One or two such roads were con structed in a South Georgia coun ty twenty years ago and are still in good condition showing its durability Land To Be Opened President Taft has issued a proclamation providing for the opening up to settlement and en try of about 440000 acres of land in the Flathead Mont 200000 VIbetweenSpokane Wash reservations Registration which will commence on July 15 and close Au gust 5 must be executed and sworn to at either Kalispell or Missoula Mont for the Flat head land at Spokane for the Spokane land andat Coeur dAlene for the lands in the Coeur dAlene reservation Applications for registration must be delivered through the mails only to the superintendent- of the opening at Coeur dAlene which will be the point of draw ing for all three reservations The drawing will begin at 10 oclock August 9 and will con tinue until completed The time for making entries has been fix ed as April 10 1910 for all res rvations in or der to enable the succussful applicants to make personal investigation of the lands which will be subject to entry The causes of sickness in fowls can be traced tolice1 filth no grit over fat sour food leaky roof lack of exercise crowded quarters cracks in the wall ex posure to hot sun cold houses in winter hot houses in summer ir regularity in feeding damp houses and runs not enough bulky food impure drinking water poorly ventilated houses exposure to bad weather and feeding too much heating food in the summer time Think this over before writing about your ailing fowls and see if you are keeping poultry under any of these conditions Mike Mundy the eleven year old iboy who was tried in the Lincoln i Circuit Court for the murder of f Hitty Farmer an eleven year old girl was acquitted Friday It was proven that the child died of heart trouble and not from any blow received from the little boy You can live money by buying your- hardware groceries and notion frony E L ghxjlmir Go WholiiIandRe tail Located on Cmpbellville street 32 t I Si1ilt 14JSh I rJ j- t R 4 Farmers are making good use of the dry days this week Mrs Granville Estes is on the sick list X W Scott made a business trip to Columbia last week Your reporter has been on the ick list but is better at this writing liiiVirgil Wilson was at Breeding 1- n business last Friday Mrs S E Estes visited the of R G Wilson last Sun ay Mr and Mrs L L Harvey visited the family ofWa Bean last Sunday Mr Jim Young of Gadberry was the guest of L W andJ N Sparks last Saturday night Misses Mamie Bean and Annie Harvey were the guests of Miss Willie Harvey Breeding last Sunday Mrs R G Wilson was the guest of Mrs S E Estes last week Miss Bulah Bean and littleh brother Stanley visited the fam ily of L L Harvey last Saturday Miss Mina Scott was the guest of Miss Willie Harvey of Breed ing last week J Developing the Pig The advantages of beginningJto develop the pigs at an early age and while they are running with the mother are numerous and ought not to be overlooked It gratifies the appetite of the pigs at a time when they need more than the mothers milk It helps to enlarge the stomach and promotes a more rapid growth than can be obtained in any other way If the right kind of feed is used that is slightly laxative like middlings it is a good preventative of the pig disease called the thumps It relieves the mother very much and when weaning time comes the pigs can be weaned from the mother and need not be checked in their growth in the least ItIis the plan that promotes early growth and the stock can be carried to early maturity and be kept in better form than by letting the pigs grow along slowly and then feeding them to IIl put on fat to shape them up The best form is made by growing the bone and muscle while the animal is young and feeding well enough to have an interming ling of fat which insures ex cellent quality r The Missouri Pacific railroad and its subsidiary line the Iron Mountain in the Federal court at Little Rock entered a plea of guilty on the indictments recently I returned against them for r batIIing and the court assessed a fine t of 7500 in each casev T tIWe buy direct from manufacturetv and we are in a position to save you money on Hardware Groceries anft lToT tions Call and seeus and be con vinced ELSinclair COJ Whple sale and Retail 322t rllPa ljebitt t= 4iI t jueMIIt t tsie tryis aJIn ahnplicity f1CZt r i 1fUllf 2U MeCJLL co Z4IiIi f i fir 0 Rs s 4 III If You Want First Choice of Latest i v I I have just returned from Cincinnatrwhere I urchesedalarge 3 4 stoclr oFMidSummer Goods Itjs now time to I S W V and I am ready to wait upon my customers Ladies and Furnishings H I b In this line my stock is complete It not what you can you and at the very 10w2tJ s est prices r IlL I t dRifJJ1t1ty V tW Published Every Wednesday BY THE l rCounty News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests if the ity of Columbia arid the peopleof Adair and adjacent counties Sntered at the Columbia Po3toffice aa 6e tridI clan mail matter WED JUNE 23 1509 rnNNOUNCeMeNTSY a FOR CIRCUITCOURT CLERK 1Weare authorized to annouce G P Buttress a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair County to the action of the Democratic party i J FOR JAILER t j We are authorized to announce C G Jeffries a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party a The love for the old home that section In which early life was spent in the hearts of every one who has gone to oth- eF parts of the country No one properly reared will forget the incidents of early life nor th memory of those with whom he associated Business may b e flourishing surroundings pleas ant and devotions to the hom and section of ones adoption true and genuine but memories of the long ago the old planta tion companions of youth nda desire to catch a whisper fro that section can not be crowded y out In the active and busy t hours only present conditions that occupy the mind but the r leisure moments often dwell in the past and return to the old home friend many who still re p lh side and whose condition and en Pleasaarat tDe f3 to you if in touch with the i activities of that section Occa ii sionally friends may write you r J buttheir wrings are too of Jj A limited to one for two measurre 4tci to meet your desires True it is J1 t some may mllow bus it ness affairs and the love of fl ffame and fortune to overridei Ji tte ipwgenHv OfearlY life an i lotJt1mIe 1anify days9btitt A ep jf icen do-n 4sfe J i feM 1 rE d j p 1 iTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t1 ummer l oo S OIL Salev 0 w 00- Fabrics 1ComeEarly weartfeweight Gents matters wantI furnish subject lingers subecti- s wftJ and never had a deep love implanted i n their makeup To thosewho have left the sunny side of Old Kentucky in Adair and adjoining counties the News will carry the many little messages that will revitalize that love for the home of your youth and will make the activities ofJ tdthioarfc of the State a source of pleasure Many in other States and sectionsi of this State are gladly receiving the paper bu there are failedyto do v afenolso Some aware of its existance some rieglectand some are indifferent If you hav a friend in any part of the coun try who would probably appre ciate the NewsiS ndu s th name and address that we can mail sample papers Better for you to send it for a short while if you wish to contribute to their pleasure and the advance ment of the News Dont over look this request but give us the names am d addresses of You friends in other parts t Mr WP Walton who recent ly sold the State Journal wHich anr nounces that he will never again take up news paper work but busieness at Lexington He is a bright and entertaining writer and the press of Kentucky has somethin wilel be as successful in his new avoc pagesr business Forty years ago then a Poor man his news paper curie imnow in fine circumstance The Louisville and stock is valuable property the regular monthly meeting the Directors held in New Yor last Wednesday a semiannual dividend of 3 per cent was de Glared payable August 10 This is an increase of one half of one per cent and places the stock on a 6 per cent basis The stock Pnesss Thejamounters in August x1840 000 t tMJ Taft sent to Congress la pale of2fIper sera ontheAiindisturled 1 4 t 17 t J c Y L Notions Hardware and everything else canII be found at my placeof business j and I cor- diallY invite you v- f For the large trade I have received in the past accept my grateful thanks t t F W L Wa 1 ker earnings of corporations He also the passage of a resolution submitting to the several States an amendment to the Constitu tion giving Congress the power to levy a tax on incomes We believe the President is right The tax would only come off the millionairs and men who are wallering in wealth ought to be willing to pay a small per cent for the pleasureTtMrs Cleveland the widow of late ExPresident Grover Cleve land took the witness stand in New York evcharged with forging Mr Cleve whichewas used by the Republicans 1during the campaign last year Mrs Cleveland swore positively that Mr Cleveland did not sign his name to the document Ras- cality will come to light Too many people knew Grover Cleve workedrver his forged name after he was dead k- Miss Lizzie Halderman daugh ter of Col W B Halderman ed itbr of the Louisville Times died in Paris France a few days ago Miss Halderman was travel ing with her parents in Europe She was a young lady of charm deg was said to beaustiful young ladies of the south The remains w ere shipped to Louisville Colonel and Mrs Hal derman received many cabel grams of condolence Mr Go P Burres who is a cah nomiA ape HTke presenceof Fred McLean Deputy circuit clerkcuss examined touching his qualifications for the discharge of the duties of the office for which he is a candidate as required by law and was found to be qualified m every particular to fill the ofijce and was given certificate by Judge Baker 0h 5n June 14th Chicago 111 was 4tr re terd4degrees at230 PiM In the iti Ney York heat roetr atone rwere rcpolrted the met 1 r LigJt 85d tee llh i iBi a r NI the exception of El Paso Texas where 96 degrees was recorded and Jacksonville Fla with 92 degrees Boston Mass and Albany New York were the hottest places in this country Rev J W Porter of=Lexing ton has been chosen editor of the Baptist Recorder the oldest or gan of the Church in the South former elder Rev C M- hompson resigned to accept the pastorate of the Hopkinsville Baptist church Judge Emmet Field of Louis ille one of the most eminent Ju rest of the South died suddenly from heart failure at the City nail Louisville last Monday The Supreme Court of Illinois has decided that the primary election law in that State is uncon stitutional The tariff bill is still up in Congress and it does not look like that it will ever come down BUGGIES BUGGIES ALL KINDS A- TBUCHANANLYON CO INCORPORATED CAMPBELLSV1LLE YK Sparksville Most all the farmers are be hind with their work ori accoun of so much rain N S Wheeler and wife visited relatives at Flat Rock last Saturday and Sunday Dr Grady of Gradyville was called to see Mrs Ellen Morrison who was quite sick Tuesday but is some better at this writing Corn and tobacco crops to fine Mr C C Coomer and wsii visited relatives at Basil last Sa urday and Sunday Mrs Qra Morrison and cil ten of Gadbetry visited her parents Mr and Mrs JH Pres ton last week tAkinW transacting bus ThursdanMrY lgJsomeRev Black filled his xe ula appointment at Antioch Sunday JT Shirley nand wife if ice s Creek visited relaliYfr afe this place last Sundy rfJ t FDFirl p transact l l tq rfitiiG d J J i t Sr hw Shoes Shoesff Shoes l i I haveone side of my store filled with the latest style ShoesI can please the eye and my prices will meet your approval My salesmen will take pleasure in waiting upon you all 1 ask iscome and look through andawatch others make their selectionsc w Tfl J y i r cr Ji t Ce Clotting Clothing 4r If you are looking for a suit stop at my store i nowonbexhibition No trouble to fit yon come in JII ness at Rugby last Thursday J M Rowe Rowetown visited his daughter Mrs L Akin last Sunday J R Cummins will start the wheat thresher the 5th of July WE PLEASE OTHERS CAN PLEASE YOU BUGHANANLYON CO INCORPORATED CAMPBELLSVILLE KY What Are Ghosts i Moses tells us in Gen 258 that Abrabam gave up the ghost and died and it seems that ever since persons have telling ghost stories until as Mr Dooley says every bodys wifes aunts seen a ghost Are all of them imaginary like the one W relates in Adair county News Have so manyisamepersons been deceived the greatest scholars and scientists of tHe world admit they cannot explain all these phenomena from a scientific standpoint have formed what is known as the Psychical Society of Reseach with headquarters in London whose object is thingsThey of many ghosts or apparitions from persons of undoubted veracity This Society is composed of such men as Prof Sedg wick Prof Olover Lodge a leading scientist Prof Charles Rickett ti e famous Physiologist of Paris Prof Mat Hessoir of Berlin University Prof Langley of Smithsonian University Washington D C Sir Wm Crooks discover of Xrays Prof James o Harvard A J Balfour recently Pre mier of England with many others of notorietyAs tells us in the News 50 years ago many of the older persons believed in premonitibns through dreams in and some believed there were notw t SUPeJSti11tionWe once knew all this but after some personal experience along this line and the evidence of many whose honesty we could not doubt it seems there is reality in some of these stories no doubt many of them are mere fabrica tions to deceive others caused by fear while many believed what they told to be true hayke it while all would rather go around darek petand in many cases conversed with ab undedseems tiaras believed in visable spirits The Old Scriptures is a book of dreams The Witch of Endor must have possess ed supernatural power when she called up the spirit of Samuel to converse e with Saul and if the truth of a ProP sition can be established upon human truge Y superstition will please riseaitc1 testi TJonearBVI S5t BUGGIES I ALL 5KIND A- TBUCHANAW LYON CO- r t = ortArEa o mi l a JJio y Dd j And yet it rains l The farmers are about through setting tobacco but are consider ably behind with their corn Mrs J M Campbell has been Svxv on the sick list for the past few days 7 Mesdames J W McClister G G Campbell and Master Ova Campbell spent a few days Jask week with the formers parents at Fairplay Mrs Permelia McKinney of JtvisitingH McKinney at this place Mrs Arthur Stotts gave prem ature birth last Saturday The infant lived only a few hours and Mrs Stotts is now in a very criti cal condition Since giving the hunting re cord of Mr Eldridge Stotts a few weeks back when he killed twelve squirrels and a coon ttwelve shots Mr Elroy McKinney comes and contests for the championship His record is six squirrels and two very large owls at six shots So now it is up to the readers of the News fto judge as to which is entitled to the laurels f Xl 1 Jabez 1 Wheat harvesting is the order of the day in this part and it is very good asIhere Friday and Saturday V Mrs M J Hatfield left Thurs day for Weldon Ill to visit her son and daughter where she will be gone for two or three months J T Wooldridge made a flying trip to Caintown and Somerset this week Mrs Mary A Hatfield is visit ing relatives nearRussel Springs this week There will be an old folks sing ing and dinner on the ground at the Baptist church here the fourth expectLJ fJ l 1dS George Anne Tarter St Louis Mo is visiting her sister foe the summer Mrs Rcisine ryea MasterRobe rtLeonidas Tar in of Monticello is here for athree ifconths stay with his uncles inJrt r rr ii f JfI tilH I r 7 V J J J r y ln r tr f iT J THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 0 r 1 c 1 p If i t t i t L THE r lip CULUMBIAASSN I rl1 GRYYYTYY + Y t rr Mr Rob Reed spent at home Miss Ruth Stapp is at Stapp Judge T A was at y the first of the week Miss Annie Smith visited at I the first of the week Mrs W F will return to her home in this week Hill way here last Miss Katie will return from this Mr JF Shaw who travels out of spent in Miss Mary Miller is the fam ily of Mr Luther is Mrs T A spent last week and in Louis ville Dr James and his Miss Mary spent two days in last week Mr B L and Miss v ited here last I and of Ind are in Mr W P a mad his trip to Co last Mr Geo W came in last night and until the first of this week Mr Dan Curd for J M Norton Co was here days ago V of Esto was here last He a light wheat crop in his Messrs Harry V Denver and F Reed were of Miss Nina the weeks end Prof P D wife and little will return from boro Tenn the last of this week Mr Gus d wife of Louis ville Mrs will several weeks r Mrs Ada Allen of who a Sister of Mrs Sam Beck and Mr W G is in Mr Bruce and wife h Mrs Mon 1 J Mr Bert and little so e home of Eld lr T r last pi j Mrt Lee Gri anc Mrs Mont Feese ahd i1 uil1 x j L 5 ii v I II Will Soon Have its Catalogue Out The PREMIUM LIST Will be attractive and the people will have an opportunity to witness keen competition with some of the best stock in the State Watch out for i- tThUG17131920 O9 YYY7C7YYYYY PERSONAL Sunday visiting relatives Springs Murrell Jamestown relatives Milltown Hancock Frankfort Strong Glasgow traveling salesman Thursday Murrell Louisville Tuesday afternoon Nashville Sunday Columbia visiting Williams Montpelier EdmontonIMurrell visiting relatives shopping Triplett daughter Louisville Simpson Myrtie Thresher Burkesville SaturdayMrs Blakeman children Indianapolis visiting relatives ColumbiatNunnelly wellknown drugman regular lumbia Friday Thomas Somerset Friday remained traveling salesman Robinson several MrJ Lapsley Saturday reported locality Wallace guests Marcum through Neilson daughter Murfrees Albridcht arrived Saturday afternoon Albridcht remain Burkesville Strange visiting Columbia Montgomeay iitspentomerparents vIller Epperson thStanleySat- urday ipmaiid children tervis VUV 1di up fOK a + good Premium and iv a Four Days of PleasureI ALLEN I c S HARRIS Sfecry TtPre a 1t 7 the family of Mr Robt Chewning last week Miss Emma Bragg pf GridYvillevis ited Miss Mary B Feese Sunday on her return home from an extended visit to Jamestown Messrs J F Montgomery F RJWinfrey James Garnett Rollin Hurt and H T Baker will attend the Russell circuit court this week Mrs J H Pelley Mrs E L Feese and two children May and Louie vis ited Mr and Mrs W FNeat of Gar lin last Thursday i1 IMrs CIvI Russell and ilittle daugh will return Thursday from a several weeks visit to Bowling Green and SmIth sGrove Mrs R W Miller of Mineapblis Minn is spending several weeks with her husbands relatives in Columbia stopping at the home of Mr EW Reed rMr J W Richards who is visiting his wife at Lakeland writes the News that she is much better in every partic Iular It is now hoped that she will recoverMrs A D Patteson and her two children Mary D and A D Patteson Jr who have been visiting relatives in Bourbon county returned home last Thursday morning Mrs Geo W Thomas who is visiting here Misses 0 M Reed Minnie Kemp S R- Columbia Marcum and Lura Smith all left the first of the week for the Knoxville Summer School Mrs Florence Lapsley of Dallas Texas reached Columbia last Friday afternoon and stopped at the residence of Mr W F Jeffries Fromhere she went to her old home in Russell county Mr Hop Cheatham of Illinois first cousin of Mrs Laura Allen reached Columbia a few days ago on a visit This week he will vjsit relatives in Cumberland county accompanied by Miss Lula AllenMiss Edna Lewis who has been in Louisville for the past eight months returned home last Wednesday evening accompanied by her cousin Mrs Schoul ster who wilt spend several weeks in ColumbiaMrs A Myers and little son Rob ert Page arrived from Monticello last Sunday afternoon Mrs Myers father Dr J N Page met her and the little grandson at Jamestown and accompanied them to Columbia Misses Lina and Madge Rosenfield will leave Monday for an extended visit to their uncle Mr Geo F Rosenfleld Louisville and before their return will also visit Mrs W A Hines ig RnJ Ky arid their brother George Rosen field at Smith Grove f x r14iss Ursla Xbelsch trimmer for Thursdayn for her home in Cincinnati She is estimable little lady is very popular 1 with thefOUIWet and has many trt I friends here who miss her throug trtheomirig Summer Shewill etum ofr the season next tedrtr El To The Voters of Adair County- I am a candidate for jailer and earnestly solicit your vote and influence v MY REASONS FOR RUNNING The Republican candidates for the nomination for the different offices in Adair county which were to be nomi nate d 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 influence voters in said primary election I proceeded to canvass the county ask ing my friends to support me and at no time did I offer to buy oragree for any of my friends to use either money or whisky to influence voters for me I made an honest flat footedrace from b ginning to end On the Other hand 1 have sufficient evidence to convince myself that my opponent Mr A W Tarter did use br permitted his friends tb use money and whisjcy tb influence voters in said primary election andVX expect to prove this to the peo pie To the ones who supported me I am truly thankful because I know that none of them had to be bought To the ones who didnot support me I have no ill feeling but only ask all to thor oughly consider the matter and decide which of us is the most worthy of your support If I had been defeated in afair way I would have stepped down and out without a word but under the circumstances I consider it my privilege to re main a candidate Owing to the fact that I am so often asked by my friends wjiether or not 1 expect to run I do hereby make a public announcement of my candidacy Yours truly JK P Conover BUGGIES BUGGIES ALL KINDS AT BUCHANANLYON CO INCORPORATED CAMPBELLSVILLE KY For SaleI One pair of 16 hand irongray horse mules 5 and 6 years old One 3inch studebaker wagon complete sedony- a few days One No 2 Reeves sawmill and Iron Edger One No 2 Planer matches and moulder one siding saw and one rip saw one 10x12 center crank Houston Stanwood Gamble engine Also shafting pullies belting c A complete w and planing mill outfit except boiler All machinery practical ly new and ir firstclass condition Would sell one without the other Any one wanting machinery bfr this kind will find it to his interest to ip sjject and get my prices and terrpsi- Write or can on me at Edmonton Ky rslshehScbpols ind thE increase in the number resent shoved the Worth of the work jcloriS1 1x t r arV a iI Desirable property for Sale We have been in the mercantile busi Kyforhad 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 our store house warehouse stock scales and undertakers business and a general stock of merchandise for sale To the man who wants to secure a good stand the best in Cane Valley a town of three hundred people three churches and a good school this in his chance There is not a more desirable communi cane1Vbellsville Here is a bargain for some man Address J W Sublett Bro 31 6t Cane Valley K t IWE PLEASE OTHERS CAN PLEASE YOU J BUCHANANLYON CO INCORPORATEDT CAMPB LLSVILLE KY Town Taxes Taxes for the Town of Columbia are now due It will be to the interest of e ery taxpayer to get his receipt as quickly aspossible It will not be a great while until the per cent goes on 323t J A Willis Collector Notice 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 hands for collection To all taxes not paid by August 1st 1909 a penalty of five per cent is attached by law WB Patteson Collector The report from Glasgow to the Cou rierJournal that a company would soon be mining lead and coalin Adair county near DunnviHe is a bit of news that is fringed with doubt There may be lead in that vacinity and it may profitably be mined but the coal mining is evident lya mistake Carload Weber Wagons We are receiving carload farm wag ons which will sell for less money than othersrget for same wagon FvL Wilson Russell Springs Sy Owing to the excesiye rains and the crowded condi iIigflarm wofc the Co iumbjjfc Jocky Club has decided not tb elofithislthe 4thin the eventof their way Get oir pricepon hardware grocer see and np s fore you buy Located onCi belliavIle stns i 42f ElTJJ SinclairCo i Fhif h l- I Ir DRINKtto Y DOPE COLA It Manufactured bY- LIOBSONQfLEY Gampbellsville Ky l i The also manufacture a number of summer Drinksrtr r 11 Ji n WH WILSON i COLUMBIA KY istheirrrepresentative for this section Notice I have a set of blackslnith tools wood working tools gunsmith and several other things forsale I have to make concrete walk and it takes money to do it 332t John Eubank WE PLEASE OTHERS CAN PLEASE YOU BUCHANANLYON CO INCORPORATEDI CAMPBELLsVILLE KY Preaching Next Sunday Iw H C Sandidge Ebneezer S Dudgeon Bethlehem iF J Barger Beech Grove Z T Williams Columbia JB Grider Mt Vernon J N WalbertHarrodsfork G Dockery Union chapel and East Fork I J R Crawford Columbia AR Kasey Tabor IJ A Johnston Pleasant Ridge J H Rood Clear Spring WJ Levi Edmonton Dr Menzies Mt Hope W B Cave Liberty Mr Willie Feese has accepted a position in the mechanical department of The Cumberland pCounjjyiNews and left Tuesday for Burkesville i l have some fine chewing tobacco for sale Ernest Cundiff Mrs Harmon White bf the Fair Play section is not expected tqJ recoyer She haSf been confined to her room for two months with pulnwnary troubteV ttitacts 6f late iJijJL Tobacco Sticks The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Com pany can furnish sawed hickory tobac co sticks If you want any place your order 313t H The wife and children of Jim Shed Cheatham of color were before Judge Hancock last Thursday on a peace wax rant sworn out by Ann Davis also colr ored The accused parties bonded Stock Items IGB Cheatham J R Tutt andFItsold to J C Durham Bro thirtynine hogs last Thursday at635 per cwt 000 I Mr Billie Orr sold 13 hogs to John Cabell of Miami for 130 G P Handy sold to John Cabell 8 hogs averaged Y weight 180 pounds at 6 cents Millar town cor v 000 oIbayfSapp Campbellsville for T200 000 LB Gain bought Taber and McClis Ifter 12 cattle for 208 sold same parties 2 cows for 58 50 one cow to WM i Estis for 2750 one tb Steve Bell for2500 two toW H Wilson for 55 Tl ltj QO VvVfe EA McKinley sold L Wv Bennett 20 head of fat bogs anadeliverdd them r last Monday fop whiph He received fc6 4 R Ilump sum v of o rt1 fi Owen Hirdesty numberof fat Iioga alastW JYtno ruin I severalbut h I en route to town andatthescalerit would have weif aboutfs275 pounds hT3kj jiii tITHE AI AIK COUNTY NEWSt r 7 l N Time Card ii Ir aljffect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON Nou27 700 am 942 am N 23815am i 1004am- Na79 505pm 740pm No721 800 pm 1000 pm No 93 630pm 900 pm NORTHBOUND TRAIN Ly LEBANON AR LotnsviLii- Eoj24iv 548am 150 ant 078 7 2am 1015 amt oli28 430pm 655 pin J lIo22 628pm e 815 pm No92 732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only fr C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all Qrders in of goods in our line DallIOposile Music 132 Market St I 1 Bel lst 2d St Louisville Ky II IS IIVETERINARY Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed t take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables I I ONEHALF FROM MILE COLUMIA ON DISAP POINTMENT II Coffins AND Caskets Tfl 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 WILMORE HOTEL W H WIIJf40 Ei P1fOp1f FirstClass Table Good Sample Room Feed Stable 1 Reasonable Rates GRftDYIILLe KYI i t 7 Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Or James Triplet f if J DentIst 5 r 7 i JEFFRIES BLOCK ir COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4 f t tJt mt S 2unbat t i 2entt0t OPFICB FRONT ROOMS I- Nsf JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONB NO iOj RING 3 t1 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H StoneA- ttomyAtLaw Ir gYl111riradi e In If ihy ana cl JOIDMI 1 I 6I JJ ItIt i1fiII- r r 7 + f Jt 1 h1f vJ i 1 WEEKLY 1- 11II COURIER u JOURNflt HENRY WATTERSON EditorIIs a National Newspaper politics It prints all the news fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY GOUEIEE JOURNAL I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR I I or On will give or sendjjyour order to this 1ifY not to the Courier Journal vi v l Daily CourierJournal Yr 600 I Sunday CourierJournal Yr OOI j We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write ithis paper t O S l u e 1 If I j II 1 1II 1 II m Fifth Avenue Hotelv v 5PIKECAMPBELL MGR 5 7 v Refurnishedj Redecorated and e ft Cmodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu i i- I lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale vi 71 and Retail Districts Churches and vi i1 Theaters r 1 1 Q FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE V II 1 k FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS I I 11 I Louisville Kentucky I r tKIMBLE HOTELJ W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR GOOD ROOMS 100 PER DAY 1 0 GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREE LIVERY AND FEED STABLE IN CONNECTION J oooo RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY i I The Louisville Trust Company 1FiftheLOtTISVILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of 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 fin every p si tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes tspf varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets vits corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and iij great financial strength Special Clubbing Offer with The Louisville Times and this paper f As liot weather approaches especial cara should betaken to keep things clean Especially chickel3wliicn are kept penned p 15holahay s lcate nd plenty of shiade e fcla ex ll lt plj lPF hicke i 1 r fresh water in pans or trouifhs around the yard and danot feed too much fatteh ngv jfood Mjpliing time will soon be here and if the Jien are ifl i6od condibn it if h l i t 1 1 f i tt g Ab her i sit l y Farmers are busy plowing corn Mrs Mary A Brockman and granddaughters Arva and Cleo Cave visited the family of JD Weatherford Sunday Miss Ethel Moore spent last week with her cousins Emma and Clara Robertson Misses Ella and Georgia Shep herd of Mt Pleasant were the guests of the Misses Easts Sat urday and SundayIMrs J R White of Franklin Ind is visiting her brother Mr WH Cave Wheat is looking fine in this neighborhood Mr J D Absher attended church at Cane Valley Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Robert Hum visited the latters brotherIphress Robertson Sunday Mrs S R Thomas is spending a few days with her son Mr Bt F Thomas Mr W A Humphress and son Fred were at Knifley one day last week Mr J D Absher was at Neats ville a few days ago Misses Ethel Moore and Clara Robertson were the guests of Misses Eula and Bertha Martin Thursday Miss Altha Absher s p en Thursday at Mr Wm H Ab shers The death of Mr G Watson of Holmes was a shock to this neighborhood Misses Audra Dillingham and Cleo Cave were the guests of Miss Fannie Cave one night last week Miss Annie Robertson was at Holmes last Tuesday Mr J W Arnold of near Knifley was in this neighbor hood Thursday Mr Geo Ghelf and daughter Miss Ermine passed through this neighborhood Tuesday en route for Columbia Mr Walter Ingram and daugh ters of Columbia visited rela tives at Knifley a few days ago While out walking a few daysI ago Mrs J B White and Arva and Cleo Cave came across lour large snakes killing three and letting one escape Two measured six feet and one five feet and some inches Mrs White is the champion snake killer Also two others have been killed about the same place nearly as long this year r Joppa t Mr R 0 Cabbell happened to a very bad accident the other day while drilling corn He got one of his feet caught in the corn drill and sprained his ankle very badly MrsRM Cabbell visited her parents a few days of last week Miss Saliie B Montgomery who has been sick for some time is not so well at this writing MrS G E Powell and daught erj Miss Cora visited at Mrs Fannie Willis last week Mr HenryTupman and Jaugh ter Mss Mattie riiade a flying trip to T lpr county last week Mr aniMrs E RMcKuu e fIlIUi11lyMij Gtry WilJin isJOttltKe sick ilisfc tiuii wefeki r jJS hG B U 1 i N rM i Wfl 3Cl8E3E3C36CJE f 3C3E f IT Newly furnished s If Conveniently located Jf If A firstclass Restaurant in connection If Neat Clean Rooms j a I The Hudson House1 i Rates 100 Per Day 1 am also prepared to furnish r Anything in the Bakery LiM f a Your Business Solicited ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky a Next door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pikea oaoHo 3oHE3H J 3D8E3008 j j JOflN A flOB QN 1 GREEllS13I1RG ENTI1CH I I lfPas Enough f pi i tr U1ite Fe d f t to fence in Green and Adair counties j f The Stay wires on this fence are so L attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Gets r r ENOUG i fr Poultry getting vt- o r f fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two counties and dont frgetthe 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad vertised in recent issues of The News tjj FRANK CORCORAN HighGrade Marble WCemet ry work of all kind Trade from Adair and adjoining counties solicited Main Street Ky Daily Post and The Adair News I yr 350 visited his mother last Saturday and Sunday Mr Lewis Young and sister Miss Mary visited their uncle Mr Z T Ypung of Ozark Mr J P Willis and daughter Miss Addie visited Mrs Vic Garnett last week Trouble Makers Outsf ed 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 vigor all because stomach live and kidneys now work right 25e at Paun Drug Co J The campaign of Mrs Caroline Bartlett Crane in Kentucky will near good fruit She has touched all of our sore spots and made some people mad but her ad dress will certainly tend toward stricter sanitary conditions in our cities If pur people would keep their premises and streets ddT1tV io t lk about Bufcthey anot The principtl alftr I1C rth l1 7Stb mcti Jd fwfb Ji th t the rm r are n teCl fOr their 11 AS 4 t r Granite Iyou Lebanon Louisville County 6hdnpthin beteenT cleanliness If we want to be healthy we must be clean and Mrs Grain told us some whole some truthes which we would do well to heed ETown News The Wiridup I For forty years he schemed Lnd struggled and saved He shut himself apart from his fel lows in order to accumulate great piles of gold He waved away human companionship and sought only the glittering of the precious metals What other men wrought he tore down to build higher the foundations of his own enterprises and when they sunk helpless beneath the waters of oblivion he only mut tered to himself and added to his store of gold And then caifce the end tOf all the yellow Metal fie had accumulated not one glittering speck could he carry with him 1 when the flread messenger1 beck oned and he was compelled to follows After all the years of hisStriTing he came to have only whit even the poorestiniy laiinl sq feet df eacftt f t wt1Jhe 1 C mon t i iG tri i i t ff rt t f i p f t Jy yy- J ici THEA DAIR COUNTY NEWSt7 r Woodson Lewis J Greensburg Kentucky 4S NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EAGiab- tl Studebaker r Birdsell v t flilburn ==WagonsA carload o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters andII One= Horse Corn Drills JV r Will have the greatest and finest display- t Tof Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country reaHy for Spring trade I LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINEQ Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N RR Woodson Lewis KyI Etc iLargest Wholesale Sash and Door House the South Sendyour orders to us prompt shipment and I Ei L u CO 4e 4 i Bios 116 E market St Bet 1st Brook Phones uie carty- s 5a Different Styles iFenee tAlso ioofinl 4 It HAMINATIONIftEE CQMSULTATIONAN + oe osssesees Sash Doors Blinds i iPorchStair Work i Interior Finish 4 I in for thembi HUGHES INCORPORATEDI Dehlet ee 211215 E Main Street 1 LOUISVILLE KYlp e oe es e eoe a ss IRON fig DWg E A iWFlGONMgTE Itotiisztille Kentaeky Telephone 2167 Both EUWOOD FENCE STANDARD W SIX HEIGHTS i Dr James Mcnzies 7Kr C OSTEOPATHY V if JiIt r It Gfttce rig AT1ESIIENCE Columbia Kentl ky 1 ISitEs k u JS 3 rk 1 afdt t o y I L It Builds Force121 Brain Leaks A good book is cheap at any 4rv price No man is wholly bad if his children run to meet him The man who stirs up trouble is usually blistered by the spat ter Getting something out of life depends o n putting something into life If each man could make his own weather wed have more to worry about The smell of gasoline is no sure sign of the ownership of an automobile Good nature is the lubricant that makes the wheels of life run smoothlyAn look at your boys room may explain why he is on the street so much The man who looks upon his work only as a necessity misses all the joy of his opportunity rWhen we get so old we cant warm up at a ball game were going to seek an asylum in a paresis hospital- When somebody explains t o us the spring resurrection w e will be quite ready to diagram the scheme of human redemption The trouble with this thing of sowing wild oats is that so many innocent people are required to assist in the harvesting Just about the time a young man thinks his services are in dispensible he is formally notified that he may look tor another job We have often thought we might some time be rich if we could only get into the habit of carrying our loose change in a purseThank goodness wehaveneveri yet been asked to fill out an as sessors blank while we w repacking our household goods for moving Commissioners tale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY W H Knifley Committee for Alvey Ray Hendrickson Puff Alvey Rey Hendrickson c Deft 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 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit An undivid ed 1 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 Biirress on the Eastby the lands of JasCheIfonthe- South by Casey Creek and on the West by the land of Jas Humphrey and S H Knifley 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 leaving the force and effect of a Judg ment HTBakerst- erCommissionerM 1V Tvvas A ournfuI Sunset Frank Daniels earl in his career was one of a small com pa ny jthafe W a s touring ifefe e 3 i5kS5ii li1 v ef t rIl i 7rt il VjV sayBut because different medicines act on different parts of the body One medicin goes to the liver another to the spine Wine of Cardui to the womanly organs So that fa why Wine of OfduiIhas proven so efficacious in most cases of womanly disease Try itMrs Wm Turner of Bartawillo In writes s I suffered for years with female diseases and doc lastIj WRITE US A LETTER provinces Business had been very very bad and eating had become a real luxury It was only the knowledge that the new opera house at Ticonderoga had been almost sold out for their performance that kept them to gether TicondeIroga to any one who faintly suggested breakfastFinally did reach Ticon deroga It was eventide and the rosy glow illumined the Westerns y Ah toIthe stage driver the sun may set in other places but never as it does here Behold you Sunset growled the driver Sunset hell Thets the opry house burnin down- Commisioner s Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY William M Webb c Plaintiff Geo Gentry et at Defendent 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 1 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 thereabout 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 land to prospective buyers 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 Judg ment H T Baker Master Commissioner Start the Colt Right The sooner the foal learns to eat the better and the more oats and wheat bran hewill eat while sucking his dam the bet ter will be his growth and development Wheat bran and oats are excellent foods to pro mote a rapid and healthy development of young colts The gains made during colthood are the least expensive and will never be lost while the growth that is lost by neglectin care and feeding is a something lost for ever that no amount of after care and feeding can bring back The first two years fix the frame development of a horse that no subsequent feeding can materily improve and the few months after the colt is born give it a start toward develop ment that is absolutely essential ifthe best results are obtained UI Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve ointment lotion or bClm to comPare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one BurnsPBruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Paull Drug Co Some Thoughts Emphasized Some of the thoughts which ftta kZ if 7 tS 7Yr t n MencaIAdviceAddress Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooia Madldoe Co Chattanooga Ten 19091Whirlwind ter education in Kentucky are Popular thought should be turned from national to State and local affairs If the people rule they must take time from private to attend to public business The most important duty of any generation is to prepare the next to enjoy and transmit what society has gained through ages of toil and suffering The whole people must be edu cated to meet the demands of our complex civilization Every child has an inherent right to an equal chance in the race of life The State needs enlightened men for a republic with an ig norant electorate is an impossi bility The State needs honest men brave men religious men men of faith and selfdenial and the schools iri supply them Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY Ray Humphress c Plaintiff t Louisa Humphress 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 abovecause 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 thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Adair coun ty on the waters of White Oak creek adjoining the lands of Jno Christie on the North Tom Phipps on the East and Jas Humphress and Nancy Monday on the South and contains 80J 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 having the force and effect of a Judgment H T Baker Master Commissioner How Consumption is Cured Authorities of every kind have finally agreed that the outdoor treatment is the only reliable treatment for the Great White Plague Impure confined air in terferes with the functional pro cesses of the lungs The car bonic acid gas is not properly re placed by oxygen the great life giver which cannot be absorbed in proper quantities In endeav oring to cultivate the habit of living out of doors it may be difficult at first to maintain warmth One will not be benefited when seriously suffering from cold The body t should slowly but surely insure the body to what might ordinarily be regarded as exposure When taking the outdoor treatment do not forget the necessity of securing all the oxygen You can through deep breath ing exercises If you expand the chest on each occasion as much as youcan without pain or discomfort there is no possible chance of your being harmed The expansion of the Lungs should always begin in the oh l dbmiriel region and gradually ex tend upto the chest When a breath is taken in this manner the air is carried down to tl1e lowest parts of the lirnga and f VV v faf kSM l fs yY rf1 v VLVtL gradually as the chest fills and expands thereafter all other parts of the lungs are expanded and strengthened June Physi cal Culture Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY- N B Kelsay c Plaintiff Cora S Kelsay c Defendent 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 ia Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 5th day of July 1909 at I oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit Three tracts of land located in Adair county near Glenville Ky 1st tractIcontains 79 acres 2nd tract 2i acres 3rd tract 20 acres Each tract will be sold separately For complete discrip tion giving metes and bounds refer ence is made to the Judgment recorded in order Book No 11 Page 532 in the Adair Circuit Court Clerks officeVFor the purchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute Bond Bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judg menteH T Baker 1Master Commissioner IBetter Conditions Demanded What seems to argue most in1 Kentuckys educational progress is the public sentiment that is everywhere in the Commonwealth demanding better condi tionsThe colleges and higher institutions of learning through out Kentucky have become zeal- oUs advocates of improved rural school conditions Men and wo men in every walk and condition of life are clamoring for better schools in rural Kentncky Busi ness men who heretofore have failed to connect material prog ress with educational progress have now opened their eyes to the fact that these go hand in hand and so are arguing with much enthusiasm broader and more liberal education for all the 4 children in Kentucky This aroused public sentiment bodes well for our educational progress for the schools of any Common wealth can be made as good as the people want them Public Interest is the life of the public schools v farm Notes Horses are very high prices ranging from 125 to 150 aiuL v hard to buy at thatwMules are not as many in nurn ber as they were at this time last year and are very high prices ranging from 150 to 200 t Cattle are not so high prices ranging from4ito 5 cents perJ pound CF Sheep are doing very welkV1 prices ranging from 4i to 6cenfe f i per pound v Hogs are high prices igifrom 6 tOv 8V cents per pounfe J 1 rThereplaint of any disease amp nil r ythemtj j f Get bur rites on hardware frroctrr v2Jf lea and notions before you buy Ix ciUr 5Qn Cam bellsvklle street r 322t E LSinclair CA tb t J dtoo SItt y 1 iI ttIcJSLIp t t t t I f ys tfrr r s k t r rrtr Ir j r i jiV i 8 IRE APATR COUNTY NEWS BCJCIGIES BUGGIES f ALL KINDS AT Iii BUG jANA NLYONtJO INCORPORATED 1 CAMPBELLSVILL1E K- Yf4Er t Gradyville i ifA Diddle was at Greens burg last Wednesday 5w C Yates of Portland was here last Friday W The wheat in this section 5s about all cut Mr J B Yates will be on the road in the near future in the interest of the Bradfordsvill- er Overall Manufacturing Compa ny Mr G T Flowers spent last Saturday at Cane Valley Mr George Akin of Sparks ville was in our midst last Fri day and reported everything moving along nicely in his section with the farmers having all of their wheat harvested Mrs Bettie Burbridge of Eli daN M is visiting the family of Mr J M Wilson of near this place at this time Mr C B Mayfield the well known dry goods man of Nash yule spent a day or so with our merchants a t this place last week i Mr Clem Jones one of East Fork s prosperous farmers was in our midst last Friday J Mr Aaron Keltner and wife pi the State of Oklahoma are visiting their relatives in this Keltiterisher of East Fork and has been gone from this country for several years Mr H A Moss the well known stave man o f Greens V- burg called in to see us on hi y return from Cbmberland River section last week1 f j xJlrJ D Lowe of Columbia J rt company with his son stoppedJ t Qyertfor diner at the Wilmor- useJr a last Tuesday while e n route for Nell and East Fork John certainly is a good shoe man and his customers are always glad to see him Come again 0rMr A B Henderson the well i known violenist in Adair and vV Green counties while at wor ona barn of Squire Kemps o near this place a few days agoi J j from some cause made a mistake and fell from the top of the barni giving him a considerable shake = but no benes were broken We trust that M r or will be able in a few days to be 1 out again x MrWP Montgomery while E5at work at the saw mill at this lf i fH gageneardt j vto catch a grease cup that was 1faIJing and missed the cup and caught his right hand on the saw which cut off his little finger ana cut his hand very badly Dr J H Grady was called in and dress V ed the wounded hand and re i ported Mr Montgomery gettin- r along very well t iij We have heard several of the t farmers from the Sparksville r 2 Community commenting on the wheat crop in that section this V Sseason and especially thehiegth vvtiie straw grew jr We heard se Ver saythat on the farm of Mr James ilpin the straw was any where from five and onehalf to 2 eight feet high arid the heads in rxacc irjdance to the straw jC Miss Ruby Grady an a com iJ pushed daughter of Mr and Mrs jl d IIiTex i J r t j tet loJ O t 1 J LUMBER We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest patern and we can meet all reasonable de mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32 = 4 32 = 3 and 59 = A 4 III GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill I i HORD RICE1DEALERS IN i HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES ij i RUBBER TIRES BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION + e WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL iCAMFBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY Ni NlNiN61NA NAOS NON 1 iNNf sNON 00A 1 spent last week in our city visit in dafriends In conclusion we must say that we are still having plenty ofrain The ground has not been dry enough to plow for several days notwithstanding of this our corn tobacco and headows are looking Tine ffF WE PLEASE OTHERS CAN PLEASE YOU BUCHANANLYON CO INCORPORATED CAMPBELLSVILLE KY RubyI WsJ Bean isYer sickat4hiswritjm H ling o v T v 7 Rev2d the District Conferencer f a t Jones CumberlandCounte Y lash wppK st Mrs R G Wilson visited the family of X W Scott Sunday Misses Mamie and Bulah Bean were the guests o f Miss Annie Harvey Sunday Miss Mina Scott was the ues ofllrs B L Harvey Sunday Dingofguests of Misses Mamie and Bu Idle Bean Sunday night Miss Il aSaksis visiting relatives near airplay this week SparksniiIHarveyN R Roach of Breeding Visited the family ofX W Scott Sun day Mr and Mrs Joe Roe visited relatives on Eastfork Sunday li W Sparks visited relatives near Fairplay Sunday BUGGIES BUGGIES ALL KINDS AT BUGHANANLYON QO INCORPORATED KYgDunnville I The Sunday School at Pell- tongave Y an entertainment las Sunday They had dinner on the ground Only three or fo byhayed themselves well t Several from this vicinity at tended the singing at Mtv Olive Sunday Virgel a n A agg- visited 1E Rubarts the family of Marcus Tar ter Sunday Tom Tarter returned td the JJ i t1 i1jj Si 1 WE PLEASEOTHERS CAN PLEASE You BUCHANANLYON CO INCORPORATED CAMFBELLSVLLE KY iJ1 S Army Monday J Louis Cundiff was in Liberty last week r Mrs Judie Rector died last week and was hurried in the faWilY graveyard cJas F Pelley leftMondayrpoi Cumberland River He said he was going taa boat ride t while gone o PierceSwere in Russell county Sunday Sam Pelley ot Goose Creek was in this communit last week islonaliiway A t r 1 The recent hanging of two N5e S i grqes onef atthe Capitor of Flpii = da the other at Frankfort does not reflectany credit upon j he officers of the law Our own Gov Wilson gave the lynchers a nottBlevin Lay yiras in this com munity last week looking for to bacco plantsJ WE PLEASE OTJHERSV JCAN PLEAS YOU r BUCHANANLYON CO vv Z INCORPORATED i r CAMPBEtLSVILLE KY Irvin s Store Rain still continues and someti fields of corn are almost ruined Wheat is spoiling in the shocks Meal worth 75 er bushel ceontsp flour at 440 per andsome JI CIMrsheep Mr itp Smith and wife visit C ed the laters parents Mr andC CdayMr Ei GL Wilson and Merrel II Hopetou again manur iw as7 rowgh here yesterday What has become of M E Tarter l r BUGGIES BUGGIES s ALL KINDS AT l BU HANANA191J 9P1INGOKPQriATKD r kLfG driv r fidv r v rt jrI1L t0 J OJn=OJ 01 NCLOSINGIL J OIIIUIS T fl AT COST OzOa== T IIO U QnD thatmust be worked at once We will sell for thirty days onlyO 0CCostI I Vl Jo ii If you are bugoingy your lumber now while you get it cheap Buy it and haul it when you please Ve will furnish III you storage room free R r FURNITURE 0- r =We have now onhand a large stock of the nicest furniture eyer tnmanufactured Columbia Come at once and get your choice pieces fore0 Dressers Washstands Bedsteads Wardrobes Tables Cabinets Sales Porch Swings Lawn Swings Settees Colonial Posts Brackets Banisters and all Fixtures for building purposes = J i t 0-r r ALL GOING AT c9STh y- V iT1 Iki PAYNE at f BY BEE 0 Ol oibaaoo oJ w Godd Pinter with Poibr Painets Poor Results J A Poor Painter with Good Paint gets Better Results I ifl t SitVi r J i f t f But 3 good painter with likcan produce results in every way satisfactory wearrlonger15 to 25 on a job of painting V i Jj L FQR SALE BY it J ffri fWw 3Cb 3E3ii a M E JPN6SVETERINARY SURGEON DENTIST Special attention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is eirJt totf Phone Residence 96 B 1 COLUMBIA EK G 30C OOCOOE f V Sullivan i 7 Altsheler CoW- ithsi i j InCorted JW6 le leGroctrJ fiI oul5Jdlet KyI A v L e se1icitsl ivss FriMtheM ler cfcatts ftWi scdMi et ti Stale N A44 H 4 ft t11f4i i LpTiF t J jjjjjjjjjjjj vivinC m 7iSm S 1nn ma n1 mmmir iC Cm 8 Farmers Woolen Mill in mm1n Manufacturer ofI TiC Blankctsfflannel Jeans Yarn Etc 7 IE Only the Best Material will be used in the goods Will Give you Honest Work Iat Reasonable Prices rWill be in Operation July 20th 1909 rIn Respectfully 1 E L Reese Jamestown KyriiC E EEQi 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