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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11ci ii TI J iSf JIf I- FM j JrI Ji O I I t Ilt 8ID1f i r i f fr V LUMEXli COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 301909 NUMBER 34 1u r Visit to Russell County After a lapse of eighteen months a representative of the News visited Jamestown and Russell Springs Mon day and of last week neeti thmanythtownmany put in an appearance and it was spwdays Two murder cases were docket ed but It was the generel opinion that neither would be tried at the June term DMondayMr 0 B Bertram and Mr James N Meadows who are candidates for County Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party The News Kbutdid It is not the purpose of the News to interfere with Democratic aspirants who are seeking nomination hence we only venture to say that personal attacks is food for the opposite partyBand they should not be indulg The News hopes that there will be a cooling and from this time forward smoOth sailing In the Senatorial race there is some dissatisfaction among the Republicans Quite a number Informed The News that they would not support Adairs nominee for Senator and that they were anxious to vote for a representa tive Democrat We heardothers say that the county would give the usual gentlemenwho would make acceptable candidates for the position Hon J P MOn- tgomery of Adair and Hon Joseph E Bertram of Wayne were most fre quently mentioned Monday the merchants the bank and and hotels d aa fair business During the entire day not an intoxicated man was seen upon the suareand there was no evidence of dram drinking which speaks volumes for the people of Rus sell county Monday evening the News man took tea with Mr G F Jones and family It was a delightful repast and very much enjoyed Late Tuesday afternoon we reached Russell Springs finding that town greatly improved since our last visit To get a correct idea of the size of this place and the amount of business that Is being done you must go over it as but little can be seen in approaching it from either Columbia or Jamestown The town is fully thee quarters of a m ile long reaching from the Russell Springs Hotel to the Fair Grounds dwellings and business houses dotted thickly on either side of the street and a number of residences are to be erect ed this year This town will likely be 3pelecItricfriend J E Snow who owns the roll er mill can furnish the power and being an enterprising man he would take a delight in making satisfactory arrangements The business houses of Russell Springs are commodious all the merchant having a fine run of trade The two hotels are doing nicely and are feeding abundantly The banking house is a very attractive building a large two story brick and the cashier Mr R G Woods who is a very accommodating gentleman informed us that the busi esfabfar beyond his expectations Mr Woods Is assisted in the bank by his very estimable wife There is tangible talk of starting a paper at the Springs and when that is done other enterprises will come to the front Meeting of the Cemetery i Association LThe ladies of the Cemetery Improv fhent Association held their regular meeting at the office of the County Superintendent a few days ago The ladies who have this in charge art very much interested and feel that there are a great many others who usStheftThe many who attended the Decora tion Day exercises can readilysee that quite a change has already been made even with the small means at their command ueSarid those who have already subscribed this amount andmny others who wish to become members will pleasehand tI thir dues to Miss Sallie Baker Secre tary The next meeting will be held I Julyl3rdI seIjpftftiteam and the Columbia team will ast here next Friday and Saturday feAootis T Jrfj 4t L I y Columbia Defeats Greensburg TheGreensburg second nine and the Columbia second nine met on the Lind sayWilson Campus last Saturday afternoon The game was close up to e begining of the fifth inning at w h stage the Columbia boys took e lead and continued in the advance the begining of the ninth inning the Greensburg aggregation threw up the enoughThescore following is the result by innings Columbia R H E Callison c 3 00 ohoneypl 2 3 ravensss il 1iMUrre1I 2b 0 0 2 Wilson rf 30 1 0 Waggener If t 1 0 0 M ofontgomery alaseyancock cf 130T cootalGreensburg i drRHE H r 1 holakemnanL Lowe Ifj tt 1 0 11 Hoganssi U5r OO Anderson 3b G coLowerfMarshall Ib 003L Hogan 2b 1 1 0 TwymanP V 121 T SotalAt the close of this game Ozark and Cane Valley came upon the grounds and entertained the crowd with an in t There p nlayersnice runs and hits were made Rollin Willis of Ozark knocked a home run and made three two base hits Tom Moore got a finger dislocated which was a disadvantage to Cane Valley and the game closed 14 to 9 in favor of Ozark We were not furnished with the score of thegamefThe glorious Fourth will be celebrated here on the Third a match game of ball having been arranged betweeia Monticello and Columbia It holiday and the LindseyWilson campus should be alive with people It will be a great game To Be Married in Louisville This Tuesday evening at the Cres ent Hill Presbyterian church in the city of Louisville Miss Lucy Barrett Waggener second daughter of Dr E A Waggener of this place will be married to Mr John C Eastland of DanVille who travels out of Louisville Miss Waggener is a young lady of rare accomplishments possessing a lova ble disposition The intended groom is a gentleman of high character and is wellknown over the State He has frequently visited Columbia Miss Waggeners mumerous relatives in Columbia and Adair county extend their very best wishes There were several good farmers in town a few days ago it being a rainy day and the conditions of the public roads was discussed There were several bad mud holes pictured by vari ous parties but the worst of all evident ly are found on the Creelsboro road the avenue over which Mr H B Gar nett travels to reach the county seat Mr Garnett described two mud holes that would defy the most daring yet people manage to get through A short time ago as stated by Mr Gar nett Aaron Cravens of color was returning from Sand Lick a small busi- nesS point in the Southern part of the county when his mule and buggy both overturned in one of the lakes of mud and water It was with difficulty and assistance that the mule and buggy were extricated While there hasbenan unusual amount of ram yet no overseer should allow such places in his road The Fiscal Court last April refused to levy a road tax and there isi no other way to keep them passable ex cept as the law provides and that should be enforced The Blue Jim CoaL I keep a large quantity of the Blue Jim Coal as good as ever used in a grate I also keep other grades and make the price as low as possible Give me you order for wiriterf use and remove it at your leisure 34 tf v C F Mantz Campbelisviile Ky A special term of the Russell Circuit court vAil be held beginning the third Monday in August to try Henry Mc Gpwan for the second time for killing LozieiDunbarI It is settled that the Columbia Fair win open Tuesday August 17rhe Bxeciitiyc Committee and the Secreta jy iCrrrio at work perfecting all ar Tangements i Prof RRMoes Wilt conduct the tJlinton pointy Institute at Albany f 1 35 i l Yz- IS Mr John A Turner Deadi A letter from Denton Mo written by Lisle Atkins to Mrs Margaret Tuck er of his place announces the death of ilr John A Turner which occurred Monday the 21st inst The end came at the home of the deceased near Den- ton The letter states that Mr Tur ner had a corn on one of his toes which gave him much pain and he trimmed haditolowed The deceased was a native of Adair county about 78 years of age and will be remembered by all the older citizens He left this county with his family many years ago locating near the scene of his death For many years Mr Turner was a consistant member the Presbyterian Church the funer services being conducted by his pastor in Denton When the civil war he espoused the cause of th e South enlisted in the Confederate army and was a gallant soldier until stilities ceased He is survived by wife who was Miss Mary Atkins Can d one son Robert Reed who have the sympathy of many relatives in this unty oEwingfor the Lexington team at Frankfort against the Capital team last Friday core 4 to 3 in fayor of Lexington Every body get readyto witness two big games Monticello will play Columbia on the LindseyWilson campus ext Friday and Saturday afternoon he games will be worth seeing and every lover of base ball should be pres ent 11Notke t = The County Convention for Sunday chools at Glensfork has been changed rom the 4th to the 3rd day of July By jeasonjdf the change we have the Convention on Saturday in place of Sunday which will enable us to secure the attendance of all the Preachers of the County or most of them at Glensfork tP3rd 1909 PROGRAMME 930 Devotional Bro G R Abrel 1000 Welcome AddressAT E Blair 1030 RospenseZ T Williams 1100 The Sunday School and its pu- rposeA R Kasey 1130 Teachers Training ClassZ T Williams 1200 Reports from Sunday Schools and the Teachers Mrs M E Blair 130 a Adult Class G R Abrel Judge J Hancock 200 b Intermediate JW Marshal Miss Jennie McFarland 230 c PrimaryMiss Mattie Sin clair Miss Jessie Taylor and Mrs Z Tf Williams 300 Sunday Schools and their influence on citizenship tit C BakerM E Blair 330 Local Option aud its effect in Adair county Luther Williams Burton Yates 400 The best method of securing at tendanceR vs J C Johnson F J Barger 415 Should Sunday Schools go into winter quarters Bro Silas Denny If you want a privilege at The Co lumbia Fair call on the executive committee composed of R F Paull J H Young and Allen Walker A Former Citizen Dead v Last Wednesday morning June 23d Mr A A Grady who lived at Park Barren county ended his earthly career his death being a shock to many relatives and friends He was sev entyfive years old and was a native of Adair County born and reared at Gradyville He was a brother of Dr J H Grady and Mr Thomas Grady who are wellknown citizens of the Big Creek community All the older peo pie remember Wert Grady as he was familiarly called and his death was received with sorrow hereHe had been a member of the Methodist Church for many years He had also been a Mason for fifty years and was buried by the Fraternity Peace to his memory sympathy for the surviving members of his familySStock of Goods For Sale On account of poor health 1 desire to sell my stock of gopds consisting of Harness saddlers tools a good har ness machine anda good saddle machine A stock of hardware and fam ily grocer s and farming impiements My stock has be npu and ram ready to give some man a bargain My place of busineM is one of thebelt stands in the tpwnvpf Columbia All accounts on my books must b settled at once JW Jactananl 842t fa4 tt J 1houboia this Wedneiday night jEi2 j it JJ r pI 1 I Nunnery flowers lr Thomas J Nunnery a prominent apdMisfavorifje of our city were happily wed ded 4t the Presbyterian church last pastorQftusual happy styleI r Dr Nunnery isa young physician prorpinent in his and only I catedn our midst oneftyear but by faithful application to his patients has popIi qu Miss Flowers has only lived in our hereia orite among our young people because of her many accomplished attainments and womanly traits Cupid got busy and she fell before the Drs arrow After the wedding ceremony the bridal couple accompaniedjjby a few of their intimate riendsjjrepaired to the home of the brides brother Ben FofF alowersper was awaiting them frThemany friends muchjjoyand prosperity n the sea of matrimonyElmer Okla Record SsMr C W Thompson one of the pest known men in Metcalfe county who runs a bank at Edmonton and is proprietor of the Bula Villa Hotel Sulphur Well was married Tuesday of week to Miss who is a p popularrits were solemnizediri Louisville Thiocouple will reside at Sulphur Wellm i Action of The Fiscal Court SIAtCourt of Adair county Jaeld at the courthouse last Friday a levy of ten cents on the onelhundred dollars and twentyfive cents on the head was made for school purposes outside of the graded school in Columbia This levy is made to repair school buildings and to buy necessary articles to be used in school rooms throughout the county This levy yill amount to about 2700 i Wanted lOOJMen nSthe pike from Greensburg to the Adair count line beginning the 2nd Monday in July Will pay 125 per daybJ A Camp Knox Ky t Attention is called to the advertise ment of the Russell Springs Hotel which appears in the News today This hotel has been refurnished and repainted and it is an excellent place at Which to stop Winfrey Phelps are firstI3 and skating rink attached Miss Bettie Lewis of Louisville who has many friends in Columbia will Ire here during the Institute and will gi a reading Miss Lewis is fine in her chosen profession and as an imp rson ator she has but few equals The Baptist congregation last Sunds voted to improve the church building New Pews will be put in a new carpet laid and necessary repairing and painting will be done This church has enjoyed a healthy growth in many ways under the care of Rev J P Scruggs and it is largel due to his efforts that these improvements will be madeMidway Clipper Mr Audry Frazier failed to catch a bal last Friday pitched by Robert Do honey of Elida New Mexico and it landed on his nose He was cOnSider- ably hurt but there will be no dre sultstIf you want to enjoy a day be at the SundaySchool convention at Glenville next Saturday A large crowd is ex pected Dinner on the ground Good speaking and good music Lastweek the Russell Springs Toad from the residence of Gep Garrison to Ozark was almost impassable The same condition existed on the James town road to beyond Zion church If there is a county in the State which needs rdadworking it is Adair James Brown of SeventySix Clin ton county jsveryanxiousftO hear from his son Harm pr Hiram Brown- Ee was in the Breeding section this county when last herd from There were fifteen teachers before the Beard of Examiners last week First class certificates were issued to I3TMisslor fieineinbtr that the Adair Cbunty Teachers Institute will begin at Go lunibia Monday July 26 and that Profi Willis of Lexington will conduct it- c i J yftWasMaWildCat t A few days Sgo quite a sensation was created at Casey Creek a smalLbut prosperous town in the northeast of this county by the report of partI citing chase the catching and killing of one of the largest wildcats ever seen in that section As reported Messrs Elvin Napier and Bill Brown reputable citizens of that city went out for some Squirrels but to their surprise bigger game was in the woods Soon after entering on the hunt the dogs with enough cur blood in them to be game entered into a chase that convinced the aforesaid gentlemen that something unusual had beenstrnck and in dueI time the animal was caught A fierce fight ensued and the shrieks of the cat mingled with the cries of the th Laadeunusual hieght Being game men and prepared for game they ventured to the rescue of their canines th culeireffect Thus the cat met death The report spread like wild fire of the killing an unusually lare and fierce wild cat nd congratulations were passed to the parties who had reduced the danger om wild animals in that section and evidence of their m Inanifestome in that section who had never seen a wild cat catamount or other ferocious animals that are sometimes killed in our hilly section of the state so the desire to see a wild Oat prompted several to look the animal the next bd stayarty to the body that had been slain nd to their surprise found it to be one the largest specimines of common altese an ordinary house cat in that part of the country Rev R L Tally closed a very inter esting meeting last week at Jones Chapel Cumberland county There w heretions and the Church greatly revived givenPaynea five room cottage on the hill near the residence of Mr WH Wilson It is a turn key job The cottage will be to rent F For Sale Eighty acres of land li miles from Gradyville on Big Creek good 5 room house and outbuildings fairly good A goodbottomWrite or call on R O Keltner Grady ville Price 110000 324t Deathof Mrs Martha C Biggsf The subject of this notice died last Wednesday morning atloclock at the home of her soninlaw W J Conover a few miles from Cane Valley The end 1ceased3solutiontwelve children ten of whom are living all having homes in the neighborhood where she died excepting her son J J Biggs who resides in Columbia She thefant member of the Presbyterian church for many years The funeral services were held at MtCarmel Church con wasfamiliarThere were many relatives and friends present The interment was in the Church cemetery The surviving children have the sympathy of every body who knewthe life of the deceased Gone to tier Reward 4SLast Saturday morning Mrs Cather GIWafter a few days suffering being a victim of flux The deceased was about fifty years old and was a very estimable lady and will be greatly missed by relatives and friends The funeral services were held Sunday and were attended by a large congregation of people who were there to express sympathy for the sorrowing husband and grief stricken children Thefimeral vGaylPleasant church bfterlahclurchmeeting this Wednesday plight The meeting is called for 73Q oclock There is some important business to transact thatttietipnal meeting at the courthouse AlbanIngptrtht highett general average 98kI Jj Born to the iwife fTomB w ll eJQfh a iou iS r j I J No 6769 RERORT uJOF TtlE GOHDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT COLUMBIA IN THE STATE 0 KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 23 09 r RESOURCES Loans and discounts 74 issarOverdrafts secured and unsecur ed 1798j84 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25 OOOHI Stock securities etc 3697487 Banking houac furniture andffixtures 3 325 Du Jagents28feNotesFractional paper currency nick j 1erl andcents SSSti tviz26ojhRedemption 4atlonTotal 164 477 ago LrABILITlEsI fSurplusfundUndivided profitaiess expenses1 M 4feNationalBank 5dlvidiJL check rvv 4 103 320 69fi v Totaf jiv 16f 4778S STATE pp KENttJCBY COUNTY OP ADAIR i 2 i III BraxtonMassiePre3identpt the aboveST named do solemnly swear that the abovejv atement is true to the best of my knowledge d belief BRAXTON MASBIE Pres4L Subscribed and sworn to before me this 280 v t tl 1Commission f COkRECTAttestiJ F MONTGOMERY cto HENRY NMCLLEB Director Z T WILLIAMS Director There is an interesting son at the ome of Mr and Mrs Horace Jeffries Greensburg street He has been exceedingly quiet since his advent into the world in fact he is partial to home tIlfe and is not been seen away from his mother He hopes to be out and meet all the young people some time in the future Notwithstanding his visit only dates from the 15th of June he grows more like his father every day A ScravensDrug Co Last Wednesday was the third birth day of Kenneth White a little son of Mr and Mrs Sam F White Hifi hislittleery enjoyable occasion for the smaller olks and it also gave much pleasure to grown persons who delighted to see the theyid i I sell the Edison PhonographrecordS and repairs If you want merriment in your homeand pleasure when weary I buy one WR Goff5rfSh11- 534t Columbia Ky r nOW to Collect Your Accounts We collect notes accounts and claims anywhere in the United States and make no charges unless we collect Write to us MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY J253m Somerset Ky Next Sunday will be the Fourth of July There will be patriotic services at the Presbpterian church in the forenoon Be sure to attend Preparations are being made for the Columbia Graded School to open in September i The courtroom should be filled Wed addresses1 Patriotic services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday forenoon Ad dresses will be delivered by Judge H rC Baker Prof A H Ballard and priately lIhavea doublebarreled breech load rug No 12 32 in barrel shot gun for sale 34lt JohnEJlbankt Borp to the wifejof Garfield Coomer June 22 a daughter 0Ar Born to the wife of Ed Whitlock Ithe 27th inst a son 10I JSext Friday and Saturday will be big days for Columbia Monticello and Columbia will try for honors on the iiindseyWilson campus Turn oatfeverybody 1 We will all meet at the LiiidaeyWiZx son park next Friday and Saturday afternoon and also Strd IJoreitThere llbe two gamse orrisztn tday forenoon and afternoon S i SiterL 5J rtk hiY N I r j au UC dt J4 n It rvr 2 2 1 t 2 THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS J ii THE COtUMBIAFAIR an to of in it Fair Dates I July 213 days I Blue Grass Fair Aug 96 days Russell Aug 10 days days Aug 105 days Aug 123 days Columbia Aug 174 days Aug 174 days Aug 174 days Aug 17 5 days days Aug 183 days Au g 183 tJ Ewing Aug 193 days t 2 Aug 245 days 4 London Aug 244 days A u g 243- i Aug 254 days Aug 254 days Aug 314 days r Aug 313 days Aug 314 days Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 15 days J Sept 14 days Sept 73 days Sept 74 days Carroll Gallatin Owen Tri1 t Fair Sept 84 days Sept 84 days Sanders Sept 84 days State Fair Sept 136 days Sept 163 days Bedford days ur of j t of the News Ii I saw some time ago the ques asked in your paper what of tonage is hauled o f wagons from to Camp ti I have given t the matter some 0ii from around Cane Valley to and have arrived a an as to logs hauled f from Cane Valley to t vile from one of the l gmen ife Whpm I knows more rft ibout the fohage of logs hauled rr Nl khan- t any other man He tells tH f v J r v r vi 4ir t S r t vr i r1 1 a d a C S me that his wagons and engine hauls about 32865 tons from around Cane Valley to and will to haul for a good many years to come yet Now this is the ton age of logs alone whereas there are a great amount of and lumber hauled from Cane Valley 4to and goods haul ed from to Cane Valley wagons to and from daily the and lumber will surpass the tonage of the togs P H gale ADAIR CIRCUIT W H Knifley Committee for Alvey Ray PUT Alvey Rey 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 scribqd property towit An undivid ed J interest in a tract of land located in Adair county 225 acres Said land is bounded as follows On the North by the lands of Jas Burress on the East by the lands of Jas Chelf on the South by Casey Creek and on the West by the land of Jas and S H 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 Guineas lay a large number of eggs in the course of a summer They lay rather for near ly eight months with only a day 1or two off at long It may be said that the eggs are not ofgas great food value as eggs are smaller but there is a range they can run on so the will yield a good profit for the reason that their eggs or their mesa costs so little either in work or in salable feed 4 The Adair County News and for k5Q ayr 4R I 7 JYtIrr ASSN Two Eggs a Day From a lien Maine Station says two eggs a day from a hen is an actual The latter 1906 a pullet that had begun laying laid two eggs a day it seemed a clear case it was not as it was that a mistake had been make in the number on the leg band used to the fowls Trap nests were used When the same hen again laid two eggs on March 21 record was made and to guard error in the number on the band she was bandrd on both legs thus her as no other hen in the house had two bands March and April there are records of five days on each of which this hen laid two eggs It should be added that the rec ords of days on which she was known to lay two eggs came dur ing the months of her For the five days with April 7 were laid ut The The other d yat the county Court House Probate Judge Schoch was about to mar rya young couple He pro nounced the words and told them to join hands and started on the Hey there I Hold up a min ute Wait I say I This series of came from the door The groom was the bride badly scared r Justa minute give you each an apple before you said the roan who had made the noise Anolin he calm them a Crimes Golden It was one manfs idea of a jke Eansas City Journal t re- Tha Iiearly five million bush li be from ir ah i2 11 y J m f ifJJt h l1 f IiMi ii i I Incorporated i r its Catalogue Out The PREMIUM LIST attractive and the people will have opportunity witness keen IAUG with tome the best stock the State Watch out for 17 T31 19920909 Kentucky Stanford 1Georgetown daysiLexington Springs Taylorsville Aug104 Uniontown Harrodsburg Leitchfield Lawrenceburg Providence Barbourville Aug183 Broadhead Shepherdsville pays Shelbyville Elizabethtown daysSpringfield Florence Frankfort Hardinsburg Nicholasville Tompkinsville Bardstown Hodgenville Monticello County Glasgow Kentucky Louisville Scottsville Oct12 Amount Tonage Editor tftlon remount Columbia bellsville annually consideration 15anrpbellsville lat estimate baseduponthe information Campbells Presume Svf Ar M hMr Fix up for good Premium an ir Four Days of Pleasure JvALLEN WALKER Pres HARRIS Secry annually Campbellsville continue produce Campbellsville Campbellsville hauling Campbellsville Perhaps produce Bridgwater Commissioners COURTKENTUCKY Hendricksori Hendrickson containing Humphrey KnifleyFor Commissioner steadily intervals guineacguineas ifwillguineas 1CopderJijurnal 7r1 Experiment possibility partof February recently apparently Although recorded thought possible reading distinguish against possible reading distinctly marking During greatest eggproducing activity beginning eighteggs Interrupted Wedding Shawnee preliminary ceremony startling exclamations horrified iwantito remarried of1Y tcQfIWnl exported jti Jihi ni II I Louisiana this year is the official estimate given out by Commissioner of Agriculture Charles Schuler upon reports received from the corn growing sections shipmentsI the history of Louisiana The ravage of cotton by the boll wee viI it is said is responsible for the unparalled corn production Shortstops If an orator will only talk loud enough every third sentence there are some people in the audience who will applaud him The great evil of this anti peekaboowaist crusada is that it calls our attention to the large number of skinny women Genius manifests itself in many ways but all of us envy the man who can drive a pig in the direction wants it to go You may comfort yourself with the thought that after all your heirs will be responsible for the wording of your epitaph I have noticed that the man who wants the lid put on his town is always the one who thinks he is entitled to sit on the lidIPuddiford Suggs says it maybe merely his imagination but he thinks a married minister puts a great deal of emphasis on on the prelimary advice he gives to bridalcupl s If most men could have played baseball when young as well as they can talk about it now they would be stars in the big league today Repartee is the bright remark you think of afterward and work itcyour subsequent accounts of the debate V If a man washes The dishes for Ms wife the neighbor womenr pity Mm and envy her Eli Timrns is criticised a good deal because he is trying to in went a perpetual motion mach ner But if hewere noti at that tiki fi t a v I B 1 J ii flAt t r r 2itL7tr he might be figuring out some new attachment for a lawn mow er experiencedt desire to eat things he cant get at homeIf could have his picture taken while he is whipping his children he would quickly acquire a large stock of patience Lots of men would take a cold bath every morning if they werent afraid they would get the habit of bragging about it the rest of the day 1After a man has mended the error of his ways it is astonishing how many forcible words he can think of while the dentist fs working on him ICommissioners Sale COURTIII S Flanagan cDefendents f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause for the sum of 140 with the interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 20th day of 1906 until paid subject to the following credits 60 paid April 3 1906 and 20 paid May 24 1906 and 40 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Pub lic 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 towit A certain house and lot known and designated as lot No 12 in plot recorded in Deed Book No 20 page 644 in the Adair County 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 TroubleMakers Qutsted When a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Life Polls hes mighty glad to s ehis Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but more hes tickled over his newfirieppetite strong nerves vIIerPaul Drug Go s Get your stock readYfor the Colurii bia FairAugust 1Twill be the date ii 41ntf rrro f ft it f How to Sell the Culls The best disposition any fancier can make of his cull birds is to dress them and sell them in the market It is dangerous to the reputation of the breeder of fine poultry to sell them alive at t any price We once knew a fancier to sell his cull birds alive to a grocer The next thing he knew a huckster poultry dealer was offering birds of his strain for sale and a little inquiry showed that the enterprising grocer had sold the cull birds to the huckster at about twice the market price On one occasion we sold thirty five culls to a man who just r wanted plain layers didnt care for points o r scores These birds were sold for just what they were for a little more than notIbuyer cf these birds appeared in a farm paper denouncing out stock in unmeasured terms as being unfit to breed Since that time we have never sold a cull bird alive Kill the culls for if willIflock by them PO ltiyrca A good many dairy farmers are paying a great deal ofattention to winter dairying They find that they get better prices for milk and for butter during the winter than during the summer months They havermore time in winter to devote strictly to dairy work The calves may be brought along to the best advan tage during the winter months and they are ready to make good use of the young grass whenJt Suchdaifymen calves to take care of themselves to a certain extent during spring seeding and summer hrvesti when their attention is ullybc cupied with growing cropst4r- Tell Columbrrir l a pn the y ryf n I itf Tk r ttlN yytw I 1r I itJi f I i t f fc1 t J 7 I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 yv f SJL 17K ifK f7f7r7K7r 7l7K7i7r lt- SZL E HUBBUCH BROS524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET kE LOUISVILLES C I IICARPET AND RUG STORE i1 7t y SOffers l m 5K The public a selection so broad and varied that every taste buyingKfacturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to theplc biggest and most prominent storeWE get the best and 7 MX choicest always 7JEI Sociw 1 J vvvvV yr W t v 5K5K3K5I0K5K3K3K3K L K nv tv v m f f7K t 0- IIDRINK T DOPE COLA Manufactured by OTLEY HOBSON J Campbellsville Ky f They also manufacture a number of summer Drinks r r a W H WILSON COLUMBIA KYl lSc r is their representative for this section 19O9 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY III READ iEuruittg Just AND GETr a FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas t- EVERY all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS CamPletstEngraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 8600 Printed in colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages 2Sr86 inchesIThe Chart alone is worth 150 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them rare one the only picture of its kind in existenceIThere are nine other States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A page is given over to Historical Kentucky from formation of State to the year 1909 A Historical and Political Directory of Kentucky giving Presidential Vote State Officials Area and Population U S Chief Justices Speakers of Ken tuckv House Congressional and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem r FR MI IIsaac Shelby J I SPECIAL PRICE IDl1t ocratic and Republican State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and Population of States and Countries The Original States and those admitted The Evening Post Governor Wall subscribeIAgentSend and full description of gettheTHE EVENING POST Louisville Ky ON THE WALL ATLAS AND THE EVENING POST YOUR Senators Judicial I TOt Augustus E Willsonj WITH THIS PAPER1 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 i GlIDER MORRISON GOODMAN Ill LOCATION Myers Roller Mill i iH Ni 4+ sOM i- r u HORD RIGEDEALERS IN s tHlt bwA R- ER MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES i1 r RUBBER TIRES t itW J f BCi0KSR7lTH SHOP IN CONNECTION r JYi rl WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CN f ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL iJtSi ELLSVILLE KE T c0iT+ l i I tJ J Milltown The health of this community is fairly good at present There will hie an all day sing ing at Milltown thee fourth Sunday in this month conducted by John Pickett I Misses Annie Smith and Nellie Waggoner of Columbia visited relatives and friends in this community last week Mrs Sein Townsend and J A Caldwell are visiting relatives in Elida New Mexico for a few weeksMrs I Bessie Thomas gave a birthday dinner 1 a st Sunday There was a good n mbrof relatives and friends present and all reported a nice time Mr and Mrs Wort Thomas visited relatives at Little Cake several days of last week Mr George Butler bought the Henry Todd farm last week for 1100Miss Bessie Leftwich visited at Mrs N B Dohoney several days of last week Mr and Mrs N R Waggener of Columbia visited at Mrs Eliza Thomas last Saturday and Sun dayRev Cook of Edmonton preached avery interesting ser mon here Sunday Wheat in this community is greatly damaged on the account of so much ra nIPeliham Wheatb is not as good as was expected The farmers have keen quite busy for the past jveekI vifeIweek Mr Rheu Squires visited at Jerico last Sunday Miss Agnes Sharp of Cane Valley visited Misses Myrtle and Mary Squires last week Mr W B Patteson passed through this place last week en route fox Lofertownto get the boys ready for next court Miss Myrtie Squires and Miss Agnes Sharp were visiting Mr Jim Wilson and sister last week John Squires sold a bunch of hogs td Hardesty for six dollars and 15 cents per hundred Mr Jake Vanhoy who has purchased the best machine for inlthischine to Mr Bill Butlers to sink didInot water Ernest Cundiff has got plenty of fine chewing tobacco to sell Anybody that wants any good chewing tobacco can get it by coming to his home at 10 and 12J cents per pound Sam Murray Suddrath has been on the sick list for the past week Mr Luther Murray and family were visiting Messrs play and Jim Suddarth last Sunday A n A Truth Well Stated A whole volume of sound sense 1 s compressed into a few words by President Finley of the Southern 7 Railway in his address to the students of the University of North Carolina Among other things he said Inwhatevercare rtbe young man of the South may sel ct1e will find opportunities at home among h sown people He wilt f notfind it necessary to go either to the North or to the West As fl 7 i 1r I rtIIIfI time goes on he will find these abundanceof the South already great is Constantly increasing r The wealth of our Section in natural resources is being supple mented by increased financial strenght and Southern communities are becoming better able to finance their own enterprises and less dependent on outside capital The South needs every one of her young men and those who are faithful to her she will bountifully reward Great as has been the growth of the South that section is only at the beginning of its career of development The South is not overcrowded with population and can for many years yet furnish opportunities for all who earnestly seek them Farsighted finan ciers railroad men and other leaders of industry are almost unanimous in predicting that the greatest development of the next two decades in this country will occur in the South Washington Post June 1 1909 Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary liver trouble for the cascofj not be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin be comes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowls do not move if you have sick headache if you are yourliverThe quickest and surest remedy yet found for the cure of liver trouble or any SyrupPepsinThis wonderful remedy is not only a laxa tive but a tonic as well It will start the flow of gastric juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do its work natur ally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 SinglebottleFor example John W Lee 619 S Pennsylvania ave Indianapolis Ind had a stubborn and very longstanding case of liver trouble with pimples blotches jaundice etc and it cured him Mrs BIFlinchum Jackson Ky says the same of it Thousands of families keep it in the house against just such an emergency as you can never tell when some laxative member of the family will need a good In order to have you or any other suf ferer from the liver make a test of Dr personallexpense and address The sample will show you how pleasant it is to take how gently it works It will start you on the cure of your trouble and convince you that you have found a cure That is the object of the sample and the doctor urges you to send for it today If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello IllIChange at the White House Things have changed at the White House since the departure of TheodoreNot man has been put in the Ananias club since March 4th I No advice has been given to the subject of the proposed number of children in wellregulated families Undesirable citizens roam at large wjthout fear Controversies with nature fakirs are tabooed The Constitution is often referred to as the law of the land Chief Wilkie has not been asked to report the names of Congress men not in harmony with the secret service No pugilists or wrestlers have had rounds with the Executive- E H Harriman has sailed for Europe with peace in his soul Bears down in the Mississippi swamps and in the Colorado mountains are getting sassy Jim Tawney visits the White tHouse 2eny Tillman pokes his nose Iii there whenever he pleases ngF waits farthemessa e rtbatn veic IIl s i f r L e xx x e x ex I dp4NA55HOBsONi f t REEtS13 GI ETUcY 71 l i1j Has Enough f ri i4CUite Berirv Y v I l to fence in Green and Adair counties t t 1 The Stay wires on this fence ares O1t attached that they cant slip on the i h Line Wires The Harder You PullL the Tighter it Gets 7t t r l i i f h j1 EN OU Gfir I t Poultry flettiag 11t to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm in the two l cdutiesand dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad rivertised in recent issues of The News h rrrrrmcrtrr s ncrrY riry FRANK CORCORAN I HMtiGrade Q Marble Cemetery work of all kind Granite Iyoux Trade from Adair solicited and adjoining counties OA W Main Street Lebanon Ky ig U HAROWt t Pres J COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 VIILtLtL1t1 IGJ1TS Sheet Iron and Tank Work 59 WORK t I m DEALERS ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 LOUISUILL6 SMOKESTACKS JOBBING SOLICITRD mAc141sTs INBTHIETeeNTHMftlN I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired r 33HQ 3 fi HQHE3 1f 3E3S0HOBQH f IF Newly furnished Tf Conveniently located 1- I r IF A firstclass Restaurant in co annectionIF Neat Clean Rooms I The Hudson louseP a RatesLOOPerDay W 7 vv I am also prepared to furnishr Im a Anything In the Bakery Line a I Your Business Solicited iilt ROBE HUDSON Columbia Ky a j Dif Next door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pikeI f3QE309D9E30DE J 3DE3OE308ooE38E3aE IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT d d THE RIGHT PLACESee my Stock of J r GENERAL MEIilJHANDISEty taiPtfpdctee Want- edWLSIMMONS fTiG r 1j t tS dUMBUE KENrqCIrt1 l t i 7S r pJ rr ar I t h c ii 1 IRCOUNTY NEWS idummer6oodsn a e 1111 If You Want First Choice I of Latest Fabrics f i Come EarlyF c r i I have just retumedfrom Cincinnati where Ipur hese l large 1fstock MidSummer Goods C It is now time to wear this ightd aand I am ready to wait upon my customers YrJ Ladies and Gents Furnishings nokt what you want I cn furnish you and at the very lowest prices 1 he dut Qtl1tntl1 tW Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests ft the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties entered at the Columbia Foatoffice as second clam mail matter r WED JUMiO 1909 rft N N ii NT lf FOR CIROUITr COURT CLERK 4We are authorized to annouce G P Burress a candidate for the office of 7 Circuit Court Clerk ofeAdair County jSTqbject to the action of theJDemocratic parity rC FOR JAILER i wWe authorized to announce C G a candidate for Jailer of ea Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party yWe are authorized to announce A A Miller a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party i The attempted reduction of the tariff now in operation in our National Capital is b bringing to- light the true situation and that t is that several Democratic repre JE 4 sentatives are merely looking af r ter their own while the interests l t of the rest of the country seems but a trifle To the true and ar dent believer in a tariff for reve 0 nue only to those who believe in advancing the interest of the great mass of people instead of pandering to the small but pow erful class the position of these Democratic representatives isv I j humiliating It seems that they have joined the Republicans in F the policy of taxation in the deI rsire to unduly advance gain an advantage for the leadI ing interests of their r over the rest of the country car ing but little if the great bulk P sinks or swims In other words there are a few Democrats in f Congress in both branches that W d have pitched aside the great doc if trine equal rights for all and l i special privileges for none They til f have deserted the true spirit of Democracy and are following the r Mtfpromptings of greed and injiis tice eeM ng protection ratherf pnnclpIeSfhtrJ i r Tt j tfII t 1r 1 t 1 ir A d rea s Viersee a a of are jls are too shallow to bind them their platforms too weak to hold them and when the next battle pulls off between the two prompt ings of mankind the one seeking universal justice and fair play the other battling for local inter ests gaining an advantage for the few at the expense of the many they will be found con Verts of shrewd commercialism On the other side there are those who have seen the injustice of taxing one class of people to advance another class They have tired with the burden that comes to the agricultural part of the country to maintain luxury and create abnormal gains to the manufacturing sections They believe a osib tion on the great bulk of people and are in the open for a read justment on the reducing theory If the spirit the impulse to work for the entire people is leading them soon they must part from their political associ ates and become valuable to tariff for revenue only equally and justly distributing the burden of indirect taxation Since the tariff is the paramant issue between the two parties there are inconj sistant members on both sides and a shifting of political affiliation would do much to clear and dense both and enable every sec tion and both parties to have true and unflinching representatives The crusade against intoxicat ing drinks has been on for several years and the country is stead ily drying Coincident with this movement the introduction of soft drinks took a rapid growth and at this dateCoca Cola Gin ger Ale Lemon Sour and the dew drops from many other flay ors may be enjoyed at nearly every store in the entire country while the towns are better equip ped to furnish soda water with Ice cream attachments The force behind the temperance move has pressed its cause on the ground that intoxicants are dangerous and destructive jaHof which we most heartily endorse and believe but thbe plain ft appears that ther is danger lurk J ipg in the tight bottles pf flavored water loaded with gas Within l the last Jew days there have inIColqj ffNa4zS Notions Hardware and everything else can be found at my place of business and I coir = dially invite you For the large trade I have received in the past accept my grateful thanks WL Walker by flying glass Should a thirst be acquired for soft drinks to the same degree that the sot has for intoxicants and when too much has been imbibed the danger of going to pieces is appar cut It is strange that Mr Wat terson in his efforts toretain the legal sale of intoxicating bever ages has not pointed out the dangers of soft drinks Mr A A Miller announces hisI candidacy for jailer of Adair county in todays News subject to the action of tlDemocratic party MrvMiller is a son of the gate James P Miller gild was born and reared at Crocus this county He comes from a strong and influential Democratic family himself having voted and worked for the ticket at every election since he became a voter Mr Miller is popular in his im mediate section and is fairly well acquainted throughout the county He expects to visit all the- voting precincts before a conven tion or a primary is held make new friends and to do every thing honorable in his power to win the nomination He asks that his candidacy be favorably considered promising that if nominated to make a VigorousI canvass and if elected faithful officer- Despondent on account of poor health Charles L Hnghes one of the best known lumbermen in the State committed suicide by shooting himself in the mouth the ball penetrating the brain in Louisville last Wednesday night He was Vice President and Treasurer of the W J Hughes KSons Lumber Company 14 th and Maple The Jfirm has been patronized by contrac tors in this section for many years A number of the local unipus of the American Society of Equity in Bracken county have issued calls to their members asking them to discuss the matter of building Equity flouring Mils in the county It is pro posed to sell the stock to farmers only and make the concernnization strictly farmers or If the comPanY is organized rlll will probably belocated a Augusta L V p ifuiejm1Ji eftEltej ft l li F r F t a t L i x J IfJ was a granddaughter of Gen Sigel in New York City is still a mystery Leon Ling who is believed to be the murberer has made good his escape The girl was a missionary and was working in a Chinese settlement She was murdered and her body placed in a trunk Senator Bailey of Texas has been voting with the Republicans- on measures advocated by his Democratic colleagues He i snow writing explanations to 1 constituents The most effective way to explain is to resign and go home Gov Wilson has appointed John P HaswelL of Brecken ridge county Railroad Commis sioner from the First district to succeed Me D Ferguson who re cently died Ferguson was a Democrat The public is getting very tired of the metropolitian papers tak ing up so much space with divorce proceedings filed by old society blisters Mrs Katherine Clem mons Gould against Howard Gould for instance distuctlIve ery stable in the center of the town were consumed entailing a loss of fifteen or twenty thou sand dollars A monument to cost 25000 is to be erected on the State Capitol grounds Nashville in memory fI the late United States Senator E W Carmack It will be a just tribute to one who was a great man Jamestown cI We have had plenty of rain Circuit court is going onhere this week Mr U Lester of Liberty Kyt is at this place now taking pic sHeseems to be having a goodtrader I There has not eenayery 4arge attendance at5 court this week on accduntf J ofa9 much ram Mr GejejCaifiier of Stanford thistplacer a Mi sa Mary Snow BattersSn of OtrtIth1I i1iyx7 it r i f Ji P1 Shoes Shoes Shoesr t I i I have one side of my store filled with the latest style Shoes I can please the eye and my prices will i meet your approval My salesmen will take pleasure in waiting upon you all I ask is come and look through If you do not want to buy be sociable and come in and watch others make their selections 1 l Clothing Clothing t If you are looking for a suit stop at my store The largest stock of Clothing in Adair county is now on exhibition No trouble to fit yon come inrI Ij last Tuesday night They all had a delightful time Miss Emma Bragg who has been visiting her sister Mrs Walter McKinney of this town returned to her home in Gardy ville last Sunday Mr Elias Dunbar son of Judge H H Dunbar of this place spent a few days in Louise last week Miss Hulda McFarland c f Rowena is visiting Mrs 0 BI Bertram this week Mrs Florence Lapsley of Dallas Texas is visiting her sister Mrs W T Sharp Mr JE Murrell of Columbia spent a couple of days in our town last week Messrs James Garnett Jim Montgomery Herschel Baker and Dick Winfrey of Columbia are attending circuit conrt here this week Mr N H W Aaron of Liber ty is transacting business here this week Dr W E Lester of Liberty passed through this place Wednesday en route to Kendall for parentsI Smith spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs A G Jones Creelsboro Mr and Mrs H H Dunbar gave a birthday party in honor MaggIeIEvery one had a nice time Miss Josephine Dockery and Miss Mary S Patterson were the guests oi the Misses Phelps of this place last Friday night Miss RubyCostillo of Monti cello Ky is still visiting her aunt Mrs J W Warren e Bakerton v r It still rains and weeds have i nearly taken some of the corn crops in this neighborhood Some are laying by some have not planted a grain yet The Str Bob Dudley is still making its regular trips up the river The lerk brought us a fine watermelon the last trip th weighed 29 pounds II A Phillips Jrof Monti cello with the Powers clothing CoJ Wa1SIhere this week e91xrnOEJdyd Some children s o il f Ii + ff jijI a EtJh 1i k i i t Henry will come back again as he is one of our Wayne county friendsMr Mrs JH Kinnaird of Red Lick are at this place waiting for the Str Rowena They are on their way to Burn side to see their daughter Mrs Will Rowe Childrens Day in Howards Bottom was a success They had a large crowd and lots of dinnertJ A Young bought a fine lot of sheep in Clinton county j this week J F Lloyd of Beckys Store was here Monday S H J Gass of Clay Lick Bottom was here Monday Miss Ellen Williams and Mrs J D Goff went to Whites Bottom I last Sunday to see Mr John Ed Taylor buried He died Thursday in Louisville Judge G T Herriford bought a nice lot of sheep at Amanda ville this week Heuber Williams s w a p Pdhorses this week wifhWi E Alexander Dr T T Baker was ar Baker ton last Sunday Mr W H Cole attended Childrens Day in Howards Bot tom last Sunday There were several from this place attended Conference at Jones Chapel last Sunday Mr and Mrs Otho Mos of Gradyville anti H A Mossy of Greensburg were here last week and attended the Conference Coleiwere shopping at this place last i week James Cole was here last week looking after the interesttbf the Adair County ISfews 0 John Goff has gone to 06lumS bia on business jii O W R Goff was herelast week looking for some nurses Think the bought two or three IJ H Goff was here this week tobaccos i jjj 4l Notice e J f The tax payerspf Columbia Graded Common School district are hereby notified that the tax s levied in said district for the year 1909 art now due and are in my laidforcoktlction 1ft all taxjt of paid by August 1st 19O9 a pet lty n tive pcrotat M attacnedby- tMi tW I3 Cfietor I h Itr f I j f 4 tr j 1tt t rI t i fJ tot r t r f 4 TIRE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 5 YYYY 1 PERSONAL e J t MrJ B H Gilpin was here Thursday visiting our grpcerymen Mrs Rose Starks Cane Valley has teen spending a few days with Mrs L Mrs Susan Watson Cane Valley is visiting at the home of her brother Mr J P Beard Cary an infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Rollin Hurt who was quite sick last week is better Mr and Mrs JP Hutchison and little son Ira visited near Gradyville the first of the week Miss Arbye Brown of Hartford Ohio county is spending a few weeks with Miss Pearl Hindman Hon Geo Nell left for Hillview Ill Monday morning where he will visit a brother for several weeks Mrs Hugh Noe and her two sons who have been visiting in Springfield will return home this week Mr Robt Caldwell who has been teaching in the South returned to his home in Burdick last week Mr R H Durham returned from Campbellsville and Elizabethtown and other points last Friday night Mrs Bettie Hutchison and her daugh ter Miss Vara Visited at Caseys Creek last Saturday and Sunday Mrs M R Jones and daughter Miss Robin of Sullivan Ind are visiting the family of Dr W T Grissom Mr W D Stephens who has been a merchant at Russell Springs for a num ber of years is in a low state of health Mr W T Daugherty of Indianapolis Ind is visiting his sister Mrs Ed Cheatham and other relatives in this county Mr J S Breeding made a trip to Lincoln county last week and from there he went to Cincinnati and spent a day or two Mr J 0 McClister wife and little son of Krum Texas who have teen visiting relatives urAdair county left for their home last Friday morning Mr M Cravens spent last Saturday and Sunday visiting his mother sisters nieces and nephews in Middlesboro On his return he spent a day in Frankfort Miss Artelia Montgomery of Lonis ville is visiting at the home of her uncle Hon J F Montgomery She was accompanied to Columbia by Misses Iv and Ruth Sublet Cane Valley Prof John H Keene of Austin Tex as is visiting relatives in Columbia and in the county He is a nephew of Gov J R Hindman and fills a chair in the Texas State Normal School Mr J W Jackman who spent a week at Sand Lick Spring returned home a few days ago He says the visit did not improve his condition and ha has decided to sell his business and remain at home until favorable health conditions appear Mr Hop Cheatham of Illinois and hiscou iDMiss Lula Allen visited relatives in Cumberland county last week Monday Mr Cheatham left Co lumbia for his home His visit here was pleasant and it would have been more so had it not rained continuously Mr Anderson Holladay wife and lit tle daughter of Augusta Kansas who have been visiting in the county for the past month left for their home Saturday morning They were accompanied on their return by Mr James Holladay and wife who will visit four or five weeks in the West Notice The sidewalk ordinance for both sides of Main Street to the branch at Eu bank shop and to the street at W W Jones and on both sides of Market St from the square to the alley at the Presbyterian Church and to Garnett Avenue passed by the Board last Oc tober will be up July 1 1909 and all unfinished walks in this territory will be advertised and let to a contractor to build Stock Items L B Cam sold J D Walker a few days ago ten heifers for 175 000 Mr SK Bernard sold a cow and calf to Mark Brown a few days ago for 30Eller cor A statement showing the condition of the First National Bank is published i in t day sNewsThis institution continues to grow Miss Pearl Breeding will open school in the Breeding district next Monday begintteaehing at Purdy Jjexfc Monday will be countycourt aanY common schools in the county ill pIn fa thenextfew days foverhu sold his intermit jri tie ColumbiaColumnFactorytoryPrice Mtt1i W fAl f ttY j ii To The Voters of Adair County Bam acandidate for jailer and ear neatly solicit your vote and influence MY REASONS FOR RUNNING The Republican candidates for the nomination for the different offices in Adair county which were to be nomi nated at the the primary election which was held on the 24th day of last April went into a sworn obligation not to use money or whisky or permit their friends to do the same in order to in fluence voters in said primary election- I proceeded to canvass the county asking my friends to support me and at no time did I offer to buy or agree for any of my friends to use either money or whisky to influence voters for me rmadean honest flat footed race from b ginning to end On the other hand I have sufficient evidence to con vince myself that my opponent Mr A W Tarter did use or permitted his friends to use money and whisky to influence voters in said primary election and I expect to prove this to the peo pIe To the ones who supported me I am truly thankful because I know that none of them had to be bought To the ones who did not support me I have no ill feeling but only ask all to thoroughly consider the matter and decide which of us is the most worthy of your supportIf been defeated in a fair way I would have stepped down and out without a word but under the circum stances I consider it my privilege to remain a candidate Owing to the fact that I am so often asked by my friends whether or not 1 expect to run I do ofIJ K P Conover Desirable property for Sale We have been in the mercantile business at Cane Valley Adair county Ky for twelve years and have constantly had a good trade and have made money We desire now to engage in other business and wind up our outstanding af fairs therefore we offer our store house warehouse stotk 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 community in Adair county The town of Cane Valley is located on the pike six miles from Columbia and Camp someJ316t Cane Valley Kyr Program ITh Adair County Medical Society will meet in Columbia on Thursday July 8 1909 with the following program j R H Perrymay The Pesky Mosquito L C Nell Medical Legislation ApPendixt of Pneumonia CaseysiH B Simpson Pneumonia- U L Taylor Health Officer cine W R Grissom The Practice of Medi Let all come prepared on these sub jects and let us have profitable meeting W F Cartwright U L Taylor W R Grissom Committee Town Taxes Taxesjor the Town of Columbia are interestofIgreat while until the per cent goes on 323t J A Willis Collector Ipreaihng Next Sunday W H C Sandidge Greensbur g J Fe Roach Red Lick F J Barger Shiloh ti Z T Williams Cane Valley J R Grider White Oak A R Kasey Columbia J A Johnston Picketschapel J H Rood MilitownIL T Reeves J F Turner West Fork r 0 W L Levi Greasy Creek y B Cave Russell Springs INoticev I have a setof blacksmith tools wood working tools gunsmith and several other things for sale I have to make concrete walkand it takes moriey to do it 332t John Eubank A At Rest f Mrs Harmon White whose home was at Fairplay died last Monday night She was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ai Loy and was a lady highly ray spected She was confined to herrbedr- for s veral weeks The funeral sejvi ce willbe held this Ttieiday afternoon and will be Jargtly attends The wholehborhood is in s 1FJt tbereavei 2 1 j iN ti 1 r l LVqu1 tIiFOR SHORT TIME 0i t fWeWiI1Se11Joodsat H tj i REDUCED PRICESI FOR CASH COME AT ONCE J In trBest GranulatedSugar perth 6c 1f Pink Salmon 3 cans for 25c 2f Ohio Corn 3 cans 25c 3E Tomatoes 3 cans J 25c 26 Good Roasted Coffee 25c 2f Best Soda f 5 c 3 cans Baking Ppwder r lOc 6cakes Best Soap 25c 3 doz best white Jar Rubbers lOc 1 doz Fruit Jar Caps 20c = Best Stove Polish 3 boxes lOc Best can or ball Lye 2 for 15c Box Lye 6 for 25c r Heavy Table Glasses sett 15c y Knives and Forks set J OS II All goods reduced and have in all we advertise and examine satisfy yourself Many lines in goods not mentioned ii J IIEl L SINOLAIR CO LINCORPORATED dr irniiiiJ Special music at the Presbyterian church next Sunday forenoon I have a few bushels of whippowill peas for sale C S Harris Rev A R Kasey will be one of the speakers at the Presbyterian church next Sunday forenoon Gradyville Rev John Roach of East Fork was here Thursday IMrs B B Grissom spent last week visiting the family of W M Wilmore wai J A Dibdle was at Cane Val ley last Saturday in the interest of our school Messrs Walker Allen are the market for dark tobacco Ion this time Diddle Parson bought a nice lot of wheat last week from Geo Kemp of Kemp at 135 per bushelIFlour is worth 400 per hun dred and bacon 15 cents per pound on our market and ready sale at these prices J A Diddle has put in stock scales near his new barn which will be a great convenience fo our people as well as to himself Rev W M White filled his regular appointment at Union churcli last Sunday with a very interesting discourseaI S tevera1tended the allday singing ati Milltown last Sunday It was conductedJy iPiefett They reported a good time with Plenof good singing and ai niCe dInnerfI 1 audN a won iJ Sj7t kc ffk f 4 gemery of Columbia spent last Saturday night visiting their relatives at this place Mrs remained with her mother Mrs J D Walker during the week r 1 Mr and Mrs J A Diddle entertained several of th ir relatives last Saturday night in honor of Miss Ruby Grady of the Lone Star State The evening was pleasantly spent and will long be by every one pres ent Messrs W R Lyon Ed At kins and W T Button travel ing men out of Louisville made our town last week Mrs Thomas Grady one of our oldest women has been in very feeble health for the past month or so with a complication of diseasesI Miss Ann Dohoney arid Mrs Gedrge Atkins of Milltown community were calling on their friends in our city last I afternoon Mr RL Davis of Portland was in our midst last Thursday and reported everything moving off quietly in his community with t plenty of rain and high waterI of1CQInight and Sunday Ilt ilireal thiscommunityMr UrJ good citizens and is fine onA caiiing bee trees found one last week and r 80fbeatfl SsI 2 bottles Pickles 15c II 3 2f best crispy Crackers 15c Cake Flavoring lOc size 2 for 15c j lOc Shoe Polish 2 for 15c Loaded Shells v 40c 26 Horse Shoe Nails 25c 2 8= inch Files 15eI 2 10 = inch Files 25c J Double Shovel BIadesper 6 l2c 3 Double Shovel Bolts 5c Double Shovels 2 00 J Hatchets lOc to 40c Hammers 5c to 40c 4 Garden Hoes 15c 3 boxes Diamond Axle Grease lOc 3 boxes Mica Axle Grease 25c other we stock Come and other z t ofCo Montgomery remembered Thursday Jr IRuesell Springs Motel 4 OPEn TO HEALTH SEEKERS 1 And the Traveling Public The Building which is commodious has been refurnishedrepainted making it a very inviting place The table is supplied with the best the country affords A large sample room for the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the purest health restoring Terms reasonoble Write toj WINFREY PHELPS that for one tree MrJ D Walker the well known tobacco anas well as farmer and trader of this section was very successful in kill ing coons one day last week We understand thatjhe only got four Brack Cain sold a nice bunch of heifers to J D Walker one priceI j was InQur one t week and reported that Mrs Breeding who has been in delicate j health for several years was getting along nicely r 1 f JrJ It Grsdywas called tq the bedside of His brother Mr A A Grady orark lCYi last3t Monday morning The doctor arrived a short tune before he breat ed his latMr Grad 1wair 4 f- fIWSSELL 0 KY fi knew Mr Grady knew that hey was a goodman He was 75 years old and a strict member of the Methodist church andaChristian in the truest sense He- l was also a member of the Mason ic Fraturnity Hehad been afflicted Y7i for several months with a comljllckz leaves a wife and severalchilr v dren besides two brothers and one sister with a host of relatives I and friends to mourn their Iss3jThis entire community extends its sympathyto them in ttfe Isore affliction fi Mr rF Pendleton one of our tJjsttI t nicest lainbs in this count r 1uwQuId pay anyone to call and seem themt Jt 7t1 9 iV ii i HT Ti Tr w Thj F t I t 4 F F 0 6 iTHEADAIRCOUNTYNEWS fi111J F Cs = i L N Time Canl In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND 7 fDtAJN Lv LOUISVILLE As LEBANON 1 No 27 700am 942am No23 815 am r 1004 am- 740pm No 79 H 505 pm No21 SOOpm 1000 pm Ic To93 630 pm 900 pm I v NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE o24548 am 750am rio78 732 am 1015 p28 430 pm 655pm y No 22628 pm 815pm No 92 732 am 10l5Mi Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only w Mb WISEMAN SON je and Precious Stones I Jewlers and Opticians I U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music nail I 1132 W lst Market 2d Stlouisville Ky II Crenshaw I 1 ISD SURGEON I Special Attnetion to EyesI Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur I gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from Stables I ONEHALF FROM MILE COLUMIA ON DISAP POINTMENT 11 WILMORE HOTEL iwVI Wll1fiIO B PttOpl1 FirstClass Table iGood Sample Rooriie Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYlTILLeKY I e Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 i Dr James TriplettI Dentist i JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKYI i 2 iv S unbatI JDent atiOFFICE FRONT ROOMS INc JEFFRIES BUILDING 0PHONE NO 40 RING 3 tlC LUlBI- KENTUCKY a Joseph H StoneAt- torneyAtLaw J Wilpradiein this and adjoining counties f Jamestown Kentucky I tt aU PterM oM fetKeUiAt j 9tatMitkMi0fMr etkw a patten TbJ I t I1 s tket7Je SCTMttVII Tile wH 81Ji 1bM- rmowlbr1r fha any othr Ladh Ois J tl tIft 1NnuH t teet I =VLasrMccaurMCat f f = a3 ICLL co wYs t t t fr4 1 r r PROCTOR KNIJTTrf Remarkable Old Statesman Stilt Takes interest in Politics Former Governor James Proc tor Knott the man who while representing the Fourth Kentucky District in Congress put Duluth Minn lthe map in a single speech is old and feeble but still holds to the principles of the Democratic faith I deplore the fact that Demo crats in Congress do not live up to the principles of the old party on the tariff question said he I favor Henry Wattersons plan of a tariff for revenue only Why Democratic Senators and Repre sentatives in Congress shouldvote for incidental protection is a puz zle to me I may not live to see the day but I hope the Democrats will come to their senses in due time Qov Knott is spending his last days at his home at Lebanon in Marion County Although in bad health he reads constantly and his mind is as clear as a bell He is now nearly 80 years of age and is livingjin the hope that he may see the Democrats again in power in Kentucky and in the nationClose personal friends of Gov ernor Knott say that he always regretted his speech in the House which gave DuluthMinn its great boom and made it one of the great commercial centers on the Great Lakes The speech stamped him as a humorist when as a matter of fact Governor Knott was always a profound scholar and a great consti tutional lawyer Governor Knott j is one of the last of the old Ro mans of the Democratic party in apIpointa vacancy was elected by the people in 1860 In 1961 he declined to take the test oath He was disbarred from practice and his office was de clared vacant on the ground that he had uttered alleged disloyal sentiments In 1866 he was elected to Congress but was not allowed to take his seat at first although he was finally admitted 1thGafterward Governor of the state to a seat in the House from the Henderson District He was reelected to Congress in 1878 and it was in this Congress that he made his lamous Duluth speech which gave him a national re putation He also served in the House from 1875 to 1883 when he was elected Governor of Ken tucky by a majority of 43000 The Demo rats do not have such majorities in these days and there are men in the party who do not believe that the Democrats have the leaders they had when the majorities were so big i Governor Knotts Secretary of State was Quinine JinirMcKen zielateramember of Cbmgreas and Minister to Peru The late John R Proctor who afterwards became an intimate of Roosevelt and Cicil Service Commissioner was State Geologist under Gov ernor Knott Although out of politics for aiiumber of Years the Sage of Lebanon has never lost faith in the Democratic patty and has never failed to support its nominee On the other band he has always done Whatever he co ldto promote the interest of the pjemocf atic- parly 1 y Xii f1i V i t riJ if g jr 1 I rL Weed J Tobacco sinostall resetat this writing Mr Tom Cole the blacksmith of Weed made a business trip to Glasgow a few days ago and informed us the crocs look good but the people had some weeds along that road Mr Hardin Keltner is all smiles Its a girl at his house Miss Mary Garvin was the guest of Mrs Beck Fletcher last Wednesday L B Moss and family spent Saturday night and Sunday visit ing the family of J L Moore MrJ H Moore and wife are spending a few days at the home of J A Keen Willie Cole passed through here last Thursday en route for home Warren Moores twin babies have been in a1 critical condition with whooping cough for the past week Luther Moore son of Mr and Mrs Clay Moore has fever at this writing j Mr and Mrs Frank Firquin of this place spent last Saturday and Sunday at their da ughtersIMrs Currys near Mr and Mrs JB Moore and son Otho spent last Friday at Luther Roach CommissionersSale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Ray Humphress c Plaintiff Louisa Humphress c Defendant y By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at theCourthouse 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 locatedjin Adair county on the waters of White Oak creek adjoining the lands of Jno Christie on the North Tom Phipps on the East and Jas Humphress andNancy Monday on the South and containsJSOJ acres For the purchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment H T Baker Master Commissioner Picket A Owing to so much rain farmers are awful behind with their work I Wheat harvest ison hand in this section and the yieldis good Mr J 1 Whitlock of Exie was here one day this weekon business iMrs WTiKemp died the 8 Iinstandwas laid to rest in the Pickett chapel cemetery The funeral by Rev J A Johnson Mrs Tate of Jacksonville Fla is visiting her niece Mrs W G Pickett this week RevRoachfilled his Tegular appointment at Fry last Sunday Georgia Rodgers was in Co lumbia one day last week on business i ITh little hildof Melvir Bingham wasqultf sick a few days of last week to the wife i AllenPar ItBorn boy r Flour isselling at Lfpr Hun dred corn af 4 perjrrel anc Bon at 15 cents psr pound ir this section Daniel Bagby tf Exie wai here one day this week oti business V vjv Mr Brack Cin ofBhzswasii l1 ourton one 1iaiiJutzwe look lj l j ii i dil Ji f ii11tb Hj U j f r1 fjr if FL jf ing after stock and bought neicow from Will Estes x Mrs Rant Finn and children will leave for Illinois in a short time to join her husdand whoI has been out there since January Mrs Geo W Pickett who has been in poor health for some time is better A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny WashI was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Then 1 paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokanee who did not help me Then I went to Califor nia but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now 1 am as wenI sever For Lung Trouble Bronchi tis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Paull Drug Co r Ella j IHeaith of this community is very good af this writing Weare having so much rain it looked like the people can not get to work their corn out They will lose their wheat if it keeps on raining hasIMisses Lizzie Abrel and Girtie Bryant visited at Mr JBP- iles last Sunday There will be preaching at the Goodin school house next Sun day Mr Nath G odin and wife are on the sick list J TAbrel from Russell county were visiting tEHj last Saturday night Miss Pearl Williams was visit ing at MrJoe p Neats last Sunday Mr Jr B Abrel arid wife visited Mr Tom Bryant last Sunday J B Abrel L W Bryant S L Williams N B Dillingham and G B Williams made at special week trip to Russell county last Rus11selto Ella one day last week sisItertended the singing at Montolif last Sunday Mrs Sarah Abrel is onthe sick list this week Miss Bettie Neat whohas been in bad health for sometime is still improving f News Items i The Court of Appeals has adjourned y for its Summer vacation nnI in Louisuille A cloud burst in Larue county did great damage to the crops Former Vice President Fair banks is being elaborately enter tained in Japan Many flew cas s of cholora are reported from St Petersburg The Bureau of Aiiimal Indus try reports a rapid increase of tuberculosis among hogs The Illinois Central has purchased the Central of Georgiat railroad Jt cjjstes over 1900 miles lit the Howard Gould Divorce proceedi is the wife in the case has feeen proven to be lQthy pro fanegncl a drunkard U 1a f t ji i 1 fH 1 j f r iIWATTERSON Editor 1HENRY Newspaper Democratic in prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY i AND OOURIERJOtJRNAL THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I BOTH ONE YEAR I or 15O I if you will give or send your order to this I paper not to the Courier Journal ffeiP I IIrate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper 7 JsXSX2XS f 11 t V l j V Vt V y 3I v Iw vIN TVTN Sl IN Q m Fifth Avenue Hotel 1 gPIKE CAMPBELL MGR D 11 i1 Refurnished Redecorated ande modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu G 5 lar Price Convenient to Wholesale 5 5iFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE DI f FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS Qr I Louisville Kentucky I t V I V V if V V W V J V V W W sjp 7 riN1s ic7IiiiIt i i7K l i I i 1 KIMBLE HOTEL I J W KIMBLE PROPRIETOR 4 4 4 GOOD ROOMS 100 PER DAY 4 4 GOOD BEDS SAMPLE ROOM FREE 4 4ww 4 4 LIVERY AND FEED STABLE IN CONNECTION 4m P 4 4 RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY 4 4 l The Louisville Trust I Company Southwest ornerIfifth and i LOTjIBvILlL1B r t Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of ever kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness authorized to act in any part of the Stateas Executor Admin strator Trustee G ardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every psY tion of trust that can be held by an individual iJtfta tial and profitable management isguarnteedby its large assets its corporate property its magnificent fireproof pffice building 1tfitSgr at financial strength = t1 FRJ14c JRccM- Ir4tWRTGHmflKE I 1 1 rWatches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired 1lSatisfaction Guaranteed 20 yER E ERIENpE II Pay Cash for Old QJdJln SilverS t TioetiobStos coIutxbiay t tj rtit li5fkillCfi ft i rfJiliiO r 1 a jy qfe I r oItff 17 i rt1 3 1 r + ll f j T 11 jTi Tn AJJAWGQJ1NTYINEWg 4r r Woodson Lewis 4 Greensburg f Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH 1 Studebaker d l f y BirdsellIlilburn ijfl f i Lt IJf r I == Vagons AcarloadofIOliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters 1dII One =Hofse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade u7 LIME SALT AND GEftfEMT A SPECIAL LINE I Will deliver any kind of Farm 1 Implements at any station 1Yonthe L NR R I Woodson Lewis I The Merchant Ore nsburg Ky f Mail orders promply attended to I Sash Stair i Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House i4 in the SouthiA i Send your orders to us for prompt and good goods U We appreciate them INCORPORATEDI + +e + i 1 I ifOehlett StlOS 116Emstlket St Bet 1st Bttook l Both Phones i we CatltlY t 50 Diffezetit i 11 stock L Also oo in All kirids INATUI Doors Blinds iPorchWork Interior Finish shipmentj E1 Main LOUISVILLE KY 44 44 i i J4AR1DWAtE Witte Grrns uouisvil1e KentUekV Telephone 2167 Styles Fence Etc Street I1oN MATHI FENCE STANDARD STYLE IRSiXtlEIQtfTS 4 e 4p m EEiEtrVi71 71i7K iIV I Q K mr1 CONSULTATION AND II ExA fREE 211215 6 Gufletry WAGON I jlIffftCh RI r ATREsIDENCEK di Columbia Kentucky iI Y Y E1 c i I I i fo rc Ladles 111 S J 22 Russell Springs The local showers last week dampened the ground good and the farmers in this locality have been wearing a heavy counte nance Russell Springs 1 s rapidly Changing itself from a small village to a modern city Its growtn is more rapid now than ever be uncomJmongo up in a single week enIMorrison Smith one of our teprising merchants has moved his line of Merchandise from the Kimble building to a new build ing on the Judge Irvin block Look out for his ad in this paper soonMr Welby Absher hasacceptI ed a position as clerk Popplewells store Mr Absher is an industrious young man and we think h e will give satisfac tionThe Russell Springs Base Ball Club will reorganize June 26 We will have the swiftest team that ever existed in Russell Springs If you dont believe it just beat the Fair and see us go up against Monticello Some of the promi nent members will be Lv M Wilson Isbell Aaron Payne Phelps Hudson Richards Har ris Madaris and Lawless Hud son and Madaris the pitchers are both in trim andw e expect them to do good work in the box Miss Mollle Flowers of Grady ville who has held a position in Mrs Ermine Wilsons store has resigned for some cause unkown and is now making her home with R G Woods and wife Russell Springs is well supplied with plenty of ice cold drinks W e have two confectionariesf owned by G A Kimble and M F Upton Oh what a time at the Fair plenty to drink Mrs AR Humble of Som erset is visiting her father Wm Vaughan of this city Miss Ellen Epperson who was employed by the Supply Co has returned home on account of sick ness Miss Ellen is a girl not on ly praised by her employee but by all who know her L R Wilson Administrator- of H J Voils deceased says he is now ready to settle all debts against said estate You will see him at the Supply House There will be a one day fair at Russell Springs July 3 Every body come and have one more big time F W Wade and wife of this city have been on an extended visit to Lincoln county ronIkinsvil1e lhRussenSpring Bro Galer preached to a large congregation In th e Baptist church lat Sunday He layed plans Whereby anew church could b e erected and afford a united place or worship The Supply Go has the best line of merchandise in this coun- t ft j 5 j W 4 T p fL vf F1 l l Great suffering is the tot of all women who neglect the health oieir wa manly organs No reason to do so any more than to neglect a throat CJiCj or any other disease that the right kind of medicine will c Take Wine Oir Card iifor all your womanly ills It can never do harm and is certain to do d Mrs Saffio H Blair of Johnson City Tenn writes 1 had suffered from womanly tr es for rfK CarduLN f L 1ITE US A LETTER r ty If you dont believe it just go and ask their head clerk L R Wilson Hoping to see you all a t the fair I will close so goodby You will never see my face again Iam going to grow whiskers ADAIR CIRCUlTCOURTI William M Webb c Plaintiff t Geo Gentry et at Defendent f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court ren deredat 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 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 Pure fresh air is the best in vigorator on earth It is a necessity in the poultry house the incubator room and the brooder house The old fowls must have it the eggs require it and with out it the chicks will die Care must be used in supplying itl however So arrange the venti lation that there will be no direct drafts but an easy free circula tion carrying out the poisoned air and supplanting it with fresh sweet pure air that the Creator has so bountifully furnished for man beast bird and reptile Increased Tax on Paper The outrages in the Senate tariff bill accumulate and about the most outrageous was the amend ment passed last week doubling the duty on paper ThePaper Trust is one of the most complete in this country and it has been enabled t o put up the price of paper upon which newspapers are printed at least forty per cent in the last few years The sur plus product of the American mills is sold in Europe cheaper than it issold in this country and paper ought really to be upon the free list A tax on newspapers is a tax on intelligence An in creased tariff will probably mean a still higher price for paper and many publications will be forced to either increased their subscrip tionprice or go out of business E Town News Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are the envy of many who might belike them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable nstipation9tKidl1ey poisons slow in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all sufthj Electric Bitters work won ders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the bio dgivei strongnerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charming women owe theirhealth and beauty to them 50c at Fault Drug Co L 1tY ij t ti r Writ l jrforfrt copy of Ta1uabe64pe fflatnted Bookfbr Wooea H Advk l a1be your syaptoras stating aze and reply will be sent la pi Mrei Dnt Co Chattoo InKnifiey The weather is ideal for loaf ing It iSI so wet that people have to stay out of the fields Wheat harvesting time is here and the prospects are that some wheat will spoil before it is cut- Hay is a short crop owing to so much rain The fruit crop will be short on account of the late freeze Not a full crop of tobacco set Farmers could not prepare the ground on account of so much rainMr V Dunbar and family vis ited WE Bryant and family last Sunday Born to the wife of Charlie Hardwick June 13th a ten pound Democrat Mr R A Cooley has moved his saw mill to the second set of the Arnold timber and is ready sawingMr Bowen will start his threshing machine just as soon as wheat is cut and dry Mr WO Pelley the produce man makes this town once each week and pays us good prices for poultry and eggs Mr J L Beard was in this section last week buying hogs and cattle J G Knifley found a notice on his door one morning last week telling him to get out or he and family would be burned or murderedMr Jeffries Democratic candidate for Jailer will carry this precinct which speaks well for his fitness for the office Wheat is having a hard time in the shocks and corn is suffer ing in the weeds on account of so much rain Born to the wife of J W Arnold June 18th a girl Mother and baby doing well Etsel Dunbar in swiming Ca sey Creek lost control of him self and came very near losing his life Boys be careful in high water Commissioners Sale ADA1R CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY N B Kelsay c Plaintifft Cora S Kelsay c Defendent 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 toI offer for sale at the Courthouse door Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 5th day of July 1909 at I oclock pm or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit Three tracts of land located in Adair county near Glenville Ky 1st tract contains 79 acres 2nd tract 2J acres SrcHract 20 acres Each tract will fce sold separately For complete discrip tion giving metes and bounds reference is made to the Judgment recorded in order Book 3tfo 11 Page 532 in the Adair Circuit Court Clerks office For the purchase price the purchaser with approved suTety or securities must execute Bondbearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment H T Baker Master Commissioner tlga iui i The crops arelooking nice ln t j1- k this locality and the health of it is very good and if it dont stay good the weeds are going to get the best of the crops Miss Josie Loy has been sick for the past few days but is im prQving at present and will be out again in a short while Mr Milindar Hadley swapped horses last week He traded for one of these big mules about 14 feet high Wheat harvest is about through in this locality The acreage is large but the crop is not so good We have a good prospect for some fruit to gather this Fall as the crop is larger than it has been for years Mr Robert Antle is ba k from Bowling Green where he has been going to school and also he is the nominee on the Republican ticket for County Superintendent 1 He is an honorable gentleman rand all persons in this County now have a chance to vote for a man that is in favor of building the high school at Jamestown So consider his claim Tobacco crops in this section are looking fine and the largest crop that has been set in my recollection Mr Les Bennett was in this locality one day last week b uy ing hogs Mr Hiram Shearer is mightily distressed about his corn crop Anyone who has a good snake rake and dont need it can get a good price for it from him We are having lots of rain so as to keep the river up for the steam boats Mr U H Kilpatrick of this place who has been in the stave business for several years has gone to hard work and will make it all right yet if he doesnt kill himself on the start The Sunday School Convention at Union Chapel last Sunday conducted by WoS Knight and others gathered the largest crowd that has beenat that place for quite awhile and the best order Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve oint 1 ment Jotion or balm to compare with 7 Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Bums Bruises Sores Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Pawl DrugCo J Irvins Store 5 L Dr Ha11mondattended f Russell County Medical Societyf at Jamestown last Monday night Mr Roe Meece is rejoicing over the advent of a girl at his t house Mr and Mrs a9 Richardson are visiting Waters mother at Decatur yt ij MiV G Rexroat lost twot t valuable horses from lightning last Sunday morning while stand ing hitched to the buggy under aJ shed the family sitting in the 1 porch saw them fall A severe loss tpl him especially atthis time ott igyear They were probably wctl3OO 9Eingi well matched tanahwell i Ii li ll t J t 1fiW J i t f r- t saIr r J l 2 t i c Ws8 h THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t Dlrlgoi j From some cause unknown to Jne the News fails to reach this 1 office occasionally Xf Whooping cough is very thick j Yin this section Mrs Eldridge Stotts has been jn a very critical condition fo th- i past few days v V Johnson Stotts and family Rube Bohanon and family and Nose Wooten and family have k recently become citizens of our sr City Z T Bennett our efficient mail carrier has moved to the place he purchased from John son Stotts last spring Melyen Petty had the misfor- tunel of losing a valuable work mule last week He turned the mule together with others out V side last Sunday morning It went up the creek a short dis tance to where a picket fence rwas washed down and in crossing the fence stepped a hind foot between two pickets and fell- y over the bank into the creek This should warn people that it is never wise to allow their stock to run outside And again such J fence should not be allowed to lay on the ground as they thus i become a stock trap MissjLaura Campbell were shopping at Breeding last Wednesday Messrs Elmor Harris and Ro Scott Sparkesville were here last Thursday squirrel hunting I J W McClistsr produced quite a sensation in this neigh borhood the other night b r announcing over the phone tha- he had just killed a sang and wonderful foul But upon in vestigation next morning it proved to be only a very Iarg crane of the stork variety Matthew Wooten Sparkesville e did business here a day or so last week Will Yarberry Rugby was here last week looking after some hogs he has here The farmers are about through Itlcltting wheat It is thought- yieldthatathe will be some better this year than last A whisky shop has been opened rup about three miles frqjn herein f the southern part of the county There has been more drunkenness seen along the pub lie roads etc here during the last two weeks than has been seen in two years before But if the officers of the county and district will do their duty it will t not last long h Rev Joe Brake will preach at iadependence the second Sun day in next montl Rev JT Jesse the third a n d Eld D Janes the fourth- rr The colored folks had a at their church near Rugby las Sunday The darkies from this t 3 J y place report a large crowdplenty ifdinner and good behavior so iiar as the negroes were concern 4 sd but some white boys who f r were in atteneance had a little l f fight Shame to those who engaged in it v As it has rained so much lately the corn fields in this tisection might he termed weed t jjatchers This community is beginning to feel the need of a church1 t Just think that there is not ja buIlding nearer than Breeding s devoted entirely to the service cf 1 iZ God We should wake up and nat have it said that we were t j outdone in the religious lines by a it jt tt r I t 1 our forefathers Before thdc- ivil war devastated this section we had three thriving churches Old Mt Vernon Presbyterian Old Ebneezer United Brethern and Old Bird Chapel Methodist But they are gone Nothing is left to show where they stood ateMt Vernon now growing up in a thicket So friends lets awake to our duty Lets get to busi ness I Lets have at least one church within the near future I for one am willing andready to do my part What say ye Montpelier We are having an abundance of rain in this sectiona The health of this community is good No sickneiss at all ex cept one case of flux Farmers are about through harvesting their wheat It is said to be pretty good Corn is looking very fine and so is theweeds We are enjoying plentyof vegetables of all kinds especial ly Irish potatoes Miss Mary Miller of Columbia is visiting the family of Mr Luther Williams this week Mrs Golda Grider and Miss Golsie Graham Russell Springs were visiting the family of Mr G T Hadley part of last week regblast Sunday Mr Clarence Hurt0 was visiting at home the ktter part of last week Brennantcounty was g Miss Carrry Bradshaw last Sat urday and Sunday andeMr Joe Miller attended a basket singing at Republican last Sun day The teachers of this neighborhood are feeling a little nervous as they will soon know their vfate 4 i VDunflvlllC t trIt is reported that a moonshine stillis in operation about seven miles from here Revenue men made an unsuscessful attempt to catch them this week It is said that theYare guarding the still and say that they will not be taken Levi Foley of Webbs Cross Roads passed through here last Week en route to the teachers examination at LibertyV We lead a regular old fashion June tide last week The river got qver a lot of corn and washed out a lot of fencing The friends of Mr W G Ellis are booming him for the Demc cratic nomination for Magistrate Disttrict Welby is a fine fellow and a good Democrat He would be an honor to the officeis at present overseer of the best road in Adiar county We agree with the editor that the law should inflict a severe punishment on anyone who tries to intimidate another person Hanging a few would have a good effect ands stop a lot of murdering etc We were mistaken about the winter tobacco crops JAPelley has set Dens but the craw fish made the hills We ate glad to hear that Mr Bryan is going to try for the United States Senate We trust Wand hope that this good people of srrI t0 + ffit tj c i 1aI Nebraska swill put him there helgetsThe young folks met in at LuttrelPs Creek school house and had a good singing last Saturday night It was decided that they would meet every Sat- urdaY nightVThe Sunday School at Luttrells 1pIcnICJuly Mr and Mrs Joe Thomas visited the family of Mrs Mag Ru barts Sunday night Miss Florence Rubarts o f Eunice visited friends and rela tives in this community Satur day night and Sunday r Mr ClaudWeir of Webbs X Roads was visiting in this community Thursday andV Friday He reports weedy crops in his vicinity Z T Pelley and John Corneal of Pellyton were in this com munity last week looking forI sheepJohn Keeney lost a very vale uable work horse last week R L Dickinson has i n his possession a bureau 150 years old He also has a song book 110 years old but the sons are ajittle out of date o Crocus An infant of Mn and Mrs Jack Blankenship died last Tuesday and was buried Wednesday Jim the little son of Mr and MrsB S Miller is very sick this week Mr Avalee Collins and Miss Eula Polly were united in marriage last Sunday Mr H K Taylor and wife visited MrB S Miller last week s Mrs Annie Hudson and Miss Cora Kelsey visited their grand mother Wednesday Mr John Antle who has been in poor health for several months isno better r i Miss Scytha Bennettis not expected to recover She has been sick for quite a while with pulmonary trouble Miss Eliza Vaughan is visiting relatives in Russell county this weekMr Virgil Collins attended the singing at Liberty Sunday Misses Lola May snd Mary Col lins were the guests of Mrs Sarah CSllins Thursday Mr J W was offered 300 for his two year old peacock horse a few days ago Miss Lucy Morgan is very low with consumption and is not expected to recover The singing at Simpson was largely attended Sunday Prof W P Morgan is a fine singer Mr and Mrs Geo Collins were the guests of Mr and Mrs Tim Collins Columbia last week Owensby Wheat harvest is about over for this season Owing to so much rainy weather the farmers have nothing to do but sit in the shade and watch- the weeds grow- WhooAinScough f is ragin g in- thiSvlcinityi Miss Martha Murray Mrs 1daVo1fprd and t little Edwin were the Ide11 guests of MiSsl Sims and Mrs D jGrii r one day anoLnight last week v Oscar Leyridge recently pur AaJ 2 c iI tOL 10 CI OJ lO VJ o THE CUMBERLAND o J COUNTY I o o n HTAINCORPORATED ZR 0 n v August 1013 Every day full of profit and pleasure to those who attend TheoPremium List Offers the inducements to stockmen and will be lively from start to finish Make your arraingements to at tend and enjoy four days of the Best Fair in Southern Kentuchy o RAGES EVERY DAY o A000dBandwjllmakeMusjcV o 0 t OJ COJ ClCI 00HANNAS GREEN SEAL 5THE MADE TO WEAR PAINTi 4 i NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING LACKING that will improve its b i Possesses Eyery Essential QuaIItyt f groundinJ Not a Little Lead and ck Lot of Zincbut a SLOT OF LEADand a LITTLE ZiNG v Costs inore to make but the people want it v t V r l FOR SALE BY Vfe r r Jfeffries Hardware Store I W F Jeffries Sons Props chased a farm of Mr Helm con sideration 500 Mr Herbert Barger and sister Miss Ion attended Miss Fay Williams party last Saturday night They report a large crowd and a nice timeIAunt Nancy McFarland spent last week with Mrs Liza Haynes Edward Aaron and wife re cently visited at DI G Griders Mr Joe Jackman who resides in Jackman Bottom spent the night of the 21st with Mr J M Sims who owns the old Triplet Farmu and viewed the graves of his grandparents and uncle which he had not seen for fifty years Prof W0ii Stearman who has been connected with the L WIT S- cepted for some time has ac a position as teacher jpf the Albany High School at Albany Iyewas examined that place n in rlde the Jj t Iat de certificate that was ev made ii Clinton OOl Idjt1 e I k riJ J r l VLV r second best in Russell That speaks for itself J Helm We are having plenty of rain in this section at present Mrs G H Cole of this place who has been visiting her parents at Joppa Kyfc returned home last Sunday Messrs Ella Ewell and Kirby Lester of Kendall attended the party at Miss Fay Williams last Saturday night Several of the people of this place attended the Sunday School Association at Union Chapel last Sunday Marcus aniMaggieiWooldridge and Ghoul Helm of this place a tend d the party at Miss Fay Williams last SaturdayVnight yableItimealsot The St Rowena is only making one trip aweek as freight is scarce 3 i ii1 l btjc t AVVViji n1J e Mrs J M Heath was shopping in Creelsbop one day last week IYWidow SA Cole IssJowly im proving at this writmA There has been several fish caught in Cumberland river for the pastfew days Mr J M Heath of this place who has been pilot Qn the Str Rowenafor the past six months returned home a few days ago Ii- oe CJ EJ00f39E30f IM EJONES o aVETERINARX SURGEON DENTIST 6 UI SpedaI ttenUon given to Dentistry and w W1lto1C LO lIt KVI aQOQEX i J 4f