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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i TTi T1rp- I I hii1iI c1 r i it ItS 4 iI f 1i snntZi- t J tiJlJ yj ff al 1 j 1 ft y t 0 V j5 f IIqVOLUME XII i COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULYf4t49091 y NUMBER 36rt Columbia Wins Both Games Last Friday morning the Liberty baseball team made its appearance in Columbia having been billed to play two games at this place Friday after noon and aturday afternoon On ac count of a steady rain which fell all day Thursday it was thought that the vis iting club could not reach here but it came in on time and in fine shape for the contests By three oclock both clubs were on the LindseyWilson cam pus and promptly on time Mr E G Atkins Umpire opened the game Co lumbia taking the field From the first to the last inning the game was spirit ed both sides making some fine plays Before the contest had progressed very far it was generally conceded that Co lumbia would win and the game closed six to one in favor of the home boys Saturday afternoon the second game was called both clubs manifesting an eagerness forthe contest The home club took the field and up to the seventh inning honors were even six and six In the latter part of this inning Liberty went to pieces Columbia running in two cores In the eighth inning the home toys made six scores Liberty one The game closed 14 to 7 m favor of Columbia- In the latter part of this game the way CoJumbia batted Liberty was a caution The following tables show the result of bq h games FRIDAYS GAME Columbia AB H R PO A E Crazier c 4 Q 1M1 26 T Judd ss 21 J2 4 3 R Judd p 1 003cl35blladay2b i42 12 2 VO 0In Young If i 0 60 ovo Cravens If 3HO 00 0 iO A 3allisori 3b 400 0 0 Oi Moore cf 4 1 2 00 Oi V 33 4 6 2711 4 Liberty v M r AB fi R PO ATE Kin c 4 10 10 30fliiphreys and lb4 00 52 4 Wright 3b i 30 11 0 A11enM Ib ands 4 206 10 i Allen If 4 o 0 i 00 Dunn 2b4 O o 0 21 Belief 4 1 0001Fair rf 4 000 00 Woodrum p 3 OOH 1 0 1 34 4 124 8 7 Winnings f2 3 4 5 67 8 9 x6tLil Sacrifice hit Young stolen bases Fraizer Holladay 2 T Juc1dMoqre Kink Wright and Bell Base on halls off Judd 1 off Woodrum 4 Struclout by Judd 12DY Woodrum 10 Balk Woodrum Left on base Columbia 7 Liberty 9 Umpire Atkins i SATURDAY SGAME Columbia ABH It PO A E Frazier c 5 i4 28 11 011RHolladay 2b and p 5 322 51 Winfrey rf and 2b 5 wp2 2 0 0 Hindman lb l v 0 0 8 0 0 Callison 3b IS 112 0 0 Moore cf 5 112 2 0 Youngp 2 01 1 1 ij Rosenfieldrf 3000 00 44 i7I27TITJ5L- iberty AB H R PO A E King Humphrey 4 126 00 lb 5 0 18 00 Wright 3d 5 2 1 1 10 M Allen ss 52 1222J Allen If 4112 10Dunn p 40 003 0 Bell2b 40052 4 Fair rf 4310 0 1 It Woodrumcf 411 00 6 391072497 Innings 123456789 Columbia 00401126 x14 Liberty 0002211017H- ome run R Judd Three base hits R Judd and King wo base HoUaday 2 Winfrey wright M AllenI and Fair Sacrifice hit Rosenfield and StHumphrey Stolen bases Fraizer 2 Winfrey 2 Callison 3 Moore King and M Allen Hit by pitcher Young 9 in 51 innings off Hollaclay 4 in 4 innings Left on bases Columbia 8 Liberty 5 Struck out by Dunn 4 by Young 3 by Holladay 4 Umpire Atkins The Liberty club is composed of a ineset of young men who conducted Iihemselves in a manner to make a lay jiorabJe impression here The two clubs meet at Liberty before the season closes 4 buildingtcorner of the square Mr Taylor one vof the brick contractors informed us a few days ago that when he came here from Campbellsville to make the brick jhe calculate to have theni all in the wallaby the first of August At this time he isnot through J11old and it will evidently be two weeks Before afire is started in a kiln 1 Ibav a few bushels of whippowill I pesforiaie C S Harris Ji Llf it t f N Cc Butler Entertains iifc Editor Will you kindly allow spa Ed your valuable paper to make mention of one of the most enjoyable social eVents of the season in this com munity it being a treat and picnic given the Mt Pleasant Sunday School a few days ago by their able Superintendent Mr NrC Butler at his very pleasant home As each member arrived they were greeted with a hearty welcome and God speed by Mr Butler his hospitable wife and two beautiful daughter Miss es Jennie and Nellie The afternoon was spent in social conversation inter esting parlca roquet games etc During the evening Ices and cakes of several kinds wereserved this being in charge of Miss Amanda Butler which assured all present that every thing was uptodate Without a dissenting vote the school elected Mr Butler Superintendent for lifeand departed for their homes anxiously awaiting his next call X Teachers Take Notice The per capita tax for the county schpol teachers of Kentucky during the next scholastic year will be 4 on the whole and in some cases as much as 425 The revenue and taxation law passed in 1906 in Governor Beckhams administration is beginning to work well and it is the money raised in that waythat enable the per capita steadily to be increased It is expected that the percapita will be even larger next year Superintendent tCrabb says The state school fund to be distributed for tne payment of teachers for the fiscal year ending June 301910 will amount to about 2975632 The per capita tax last year Was360 this year there is an increase of 40 cents hence this per capitatax for 190910 is the largest in the history of the state s The school census takers report as follows Pupils in counties 519679 and pupils in cities 152229 Totalt 843908 The school census last year Vas138 021 pupils This year the increase is1 5 887 pupils Died Last Thursday morning Mrs LL Rounds received a message saying her only brother Mr A H Briggs of Louisville Ky died at 740 a m Thursday Mr Briggs was born in Michigan and came to Kentucky about 30 years ago Hewas a milder by trade also a leader and organizer ofBrass nsJvQcal classes etc Besides a wife and large family of children Mr Briggs leaves an aged father ahd three sisters Mrs Ella Phillips who resides in Michigan with her fathers 5 E Garwofid of Fort Wayn Ind1 and rsLJI Rounds of this place rIr 5 A Corrections Thee was an error made last week in setting up the table of the three ball game which was not noticed until after the Columbia and Cane Valley papers were mailed In the last column of figures and at the top the letter HA should have appeared instead of the letter E A stands for assistant liE for errors There were only seven errors made by Columbia Farm ForSale In eastern part of Adair county Ky 1J mites northeast of Tarter post office lOOjacres 65 il cultivation good con dition balance in timber lies well five room house barn and other outbuildings 5 good springs orchard and good out side range Price 1000 For in formation call on or address Marcus Tarter Taster Post office Adair county Ky Mr Tim Cravens was called to Liber ty last Wednesday to take the evidence jn a murder trial The case is that of the State against a man named Thomas for killing his nephew It is said that the proof is very strong against the ac used who has a number of able lawL years employed and a desperate effort will 1e made for an acquittal Judge W F Owsley late of Biirkes ville who makes his home in Louisville1 Celebrated his 96th birthday last Fri day at the nome of his granddaughter Mrs1 J E Allen near Danville He was County Judge of Cumberland county before theciyil war Notwithstanding his extreme oldag e ie is hale hearty and active l v Prof R R Bently who was atech- erinthGMandF High School thk place thirtyodd yearr ago at that time assisting bi8 brother Prof John B Bently will have charge of S Ws Buchnan Collegiate Inititute Camp belliyille the coming ackool year r r J Att I U f i f i n p A SAD DEATH Mrs Kate SGrady Wife of Dr J R Grady Dies at Gradyville aSunday v INTERMENT IN COLUMBIA CEMETERY I t A telephone message last Sunday morning from Gradyville announced that Mrs KateS Grady the beloved wife of Dr J H Grady had died at 7 a m in that Her death was a surprise to Therdolumbia friends though it was known she had been in delicate health for more than a year The deceased was born and reared in Monticello Wayne county and was a daughter of Mr Henry and Emily Sau fleyHer father was a very prominent man influential in the affairs of Monti cello and Wayne county Her mother also belonged to a prominent family She was a sister of Col James Chris man who was a noted politician and lawyer in his day He served both in the Congress of the United States and also in the Congress of the Confederate States The deceased was married to Dr J H Grady of this county in 1869 and1 son after their marriage they took up their residence in Albany Ky where the Doctor successfully practiced Kis profession for a number of years About 1881 Dr Grad removed from Albany to Columbia where the deceased continuously lived with the exception of short stays she and husband made at Monticello and at Gradyville When quite a young woman Mrs Grady confessed her Savior united with the Christian Church and lived a consistent member until her death which occurred at the age of 61 Besidesthesorrowihg and lonely hus band the deceased leaves two children Bifrs Gertrude McKay who lives In Texas and Dr C S Grady who lives in California She also leaves one mother Judge M C Saufley of Stan ford one sister Mrs C A Cox who resides in Tennessee The death was so unexpected 7v the cduId1notat the bedside The remains reached here from Gra 31oclockfrom the residence of MrJ F Mont gomery to the cemetery where a short Kaseyassisteqthe conclusion all that was mortal of1 thiswe1l known ladywas laid to rest beautiful floral offerings bedecking the grareSThe separation is hard for the husband tobear and his numerous friends deeply feel for him But he should remember There is no death thestars go down To rise upon some fairer shore Where there in Heavens Jewel crowd They shine forever more According to our reading cholera has only raged in the United States in an epidemic form but twicein 1833 and 1873 both visitations striking Columbia We have no record of the number of deaths here in 1833 but we are told that there were not so many asin 1873 The last day of August in this year nearly thirtysix years ago it broke out in Columbia and about forty two persons were striken all but three or four dying onehalf of the stricken ones living out of town The disease has been raging in Petersburg for sometime and there must be some apprehen sion at Washington fearing that it might again visit this country several letters having reached here recently making inquiry ast to the number of deaths which occurred n Columbia and in Adaircounty in 1873 It is consid ered that filih breeds cholera There fore it is the imperative duty of every body to keep their premises in a good sanitary condition Mr lPBeardwbo lives on Boinar was person in Colum comImencedsent this office a veryfineone for which thanks are returned Mr Sam Lewis is usually the earliest grower in town but Mr Beards variety shut him out this season Mr Beards toma tce sat evidently of the short stop specie while Mr Lewis planted the fielder variety but he claims at the announcedrt nikeanIrpr9t p rkrJarllrnllW the well known colored teacher opened his school lastsMonday week The1attnd 1ceWa good the first week whIch drihgtheI 7S r 1 k F yf f Educational Notes Teachr sj examination Friday and Sat day tily the 16 and 17 At the same time and place will be held the examination for county appointees to Sta sitliTeachers InstItute will be held at the courthouse beginning July 26 continuing through the week The law re quires all teachers holding certificates to attend theinstitute as certificates will be revoked Election of school trustees must be held the first Saturday in August in the following districts Bear Wallow No 4 Egypt No 5 Cyclone No id Hutchison No IISulphur Spring No 12 Milltown No 13 Montgomery No 15 Gradyville No 16 Nell No 22 Red LicK No 23 Elroy p24 Rowetown No 25 fiighStepSro26 Firkin No 27 Harmony No 29 Wilson No 31 Antidch No 33 Yellow Hammer No 39I Nelson No 44 New Liberty No 45 PieasantHill No 47 Stapp Springs No 48 Sano No 50 Concord No 52 Rainfall No 53 Dunbar No 45 lrassy Springf No 57 Smiley No 58 Purdy No 59 Tabernacle No 71 Watson No 68 Boyd No 69 Hovious No 61 Roley No 72 Sanders No 73 Mt Zion No 74 Mrs Shelton Superintendent James Milam of Color Dead Last Thursday nightabout 11 oclock James Milam who was one of the most widely known colored men of Adair county died suddenly at his late home in this place He was going about the day before andretired at night in his usual health He awoke feeling badly and a physician was summoned but death came before the doctor arrived Keart failure was the cause of his de mise He was about seventytwo years old and had been a blacksmith in this town for more than forty years Like allthe flethhe had his faults but he was never known to do injury to any person black or white He leaves a wife and a large family of children The interment was in the colored cemetery r At Rest H Monday night about 12 oclock Mrs Hylie Collins wife of Millard Collins die4 at v her late home near Columbia iShewas daughter of Mr and Mrs R T McGaffree and was highly respected for he npbie Christian character She leaves jiuaband and three children lather mother and several brothers and sisters all of whom have the sympathy 5of relatives neighbors and friends in their sad bereavement The decaasjed was 27 years old and was a victimqftyphoidfeverThe funeral fservcejs were held at the residence and the interment was in the Columbia cemetery A large congregation at tendedt4east sad rites An attempt wat made to rob Capt N R Christie a former Adair county citizen now of Marion last week The Captiaa was returningfrom Springfield at 1 oclock in the morning A negro man who was on the roadside stopped the Captain and asked permission to ride with him The request was re fused whereupon the assailant grab bed at the horse but the Captain fought him off with his cane and urg ing his horse made his escapefrom the robber The Captain bad about two hundred dollars in money on his person but he was unarmed Had he been armedthere would have been a dead negro Notice I have a scholarship in the Meridan Womans pdllege of Meridan Miss deservmgImtistve a good high school education R n Campbell Dingo Ky Rev Joseph E Scobee who was 92 years 6 J age the oldest minister in the Jiouisvillfi Conference died at his home ipi the Falls City last Thursday He was a gallant Confederate soldier a thirty second degree Maon and was a life longlDemocrat He was in Co- lumbiaat the meeting of the Louisville Qonf r nce aobut eight years ago On the second pageof this paper can beto rid af yery interesting address de Uveredby1Rev A R vKasey at the Presbytenan church this ityt Sunday uly 4J9 Copy for tti Russell Springs fFair Catalggureached this office Ptondy night The book will be given to the public Jnfwfda t v f Wanted r One hundred and fifty r gallons of blitekberriwi are wanted at Lindisey wnlDt y NrnLsoNMo f f fqjtJ ij111 I Dunnville huts out Russell Springs J Dunnville and Russell Springs base ball teams met on Saturday the 3d inst the Dunnville club shutting put Russell tonothtlingville this season winning every game In Saturdays game Hatter pitched tine ball striking out 15 men and allowing only 3 safe hits Notwithstanding sell Springs was outclassed a good crowd was out to witness the game and enjoyed it very much BatteriesRussell Springs Games and HoltIpires Payne and Austin Manager C M Hatter has open dates and would be glad to hear from other teams Call For Report of SundaySchools Will the Superintendent or Secretary- of each school in Adair county please send me a written report of the location and name of your school the names of the Superintendent and Secretary and the number of scholars enrolled and average attendance4My report to State Secretary has to be held until alL are sent in Pleaie attend to this at once and oblige F R Winfrey Pres Cocorn Mr G B Mr Stephenson an oilman who was located at Burkesville for some time di dat Parkersburg West Virginia July 1 1909 He was made a Royal Arch Mason in Columbia Chapter No 7 about three years ago and was a member in good standing when the end came A cdmmittee of Masons located at Parkersburg W V accom panied the femafris to Pennsylvania the old home of the deceased The Intelligence of this death was received with profound sorrow by Columbia Chapter No 7 At a meeting of the State Bar Asso ciation held at Paducah last week Mr C W Metcalfe of ineville was elect ed President for the ensuing year The Vice Presidents are selected from eaclr Appellate district Mr Jas Garnett of Columpia represepting the Third in that capacity The Executive Committee will name later the next meeting place At the meeting just closed Mr Garnett made an address his subject being The AnnualRoast of the Court of Appeals The Rev GeoW Shelton one of Nashvilles Tenn mosfpopular preachers and pastors will preach at the local Presbyterian church on Wed ntSdaY evening at 8 oclock Dr Shel ton is a very entertaining speaker and always has a message th entertains vali who are fortunate enough to hear himlHe is passing through the city and is aguest ofHev J R Crawford while here Notice All persons who had paid their taxes for 1909 prior to June 25th at which time the Fiscal Court made an additional levy for School purposes are requestS ed to bring your receipts in or meet me at my appointments and exchange receipts as those who had paid before that date were not properly charged with this School tax as required by law W Bt Patterson S A C 2t Rev W M White recently gradu ated from Cumberland University Lebanfn Tenn will supply the churches made vacant by the resignation of the Rev W HC Sandidge Mr White will preach at Union church on the first and third Sabbaths of each month and at Edmonton on the second His work begins most encouragingly and it is probable that good success will attend his labors A note from MrJ P Sallee a na tive of this county but who lives at Hatcher Taylor county States that ill health will prevent him from meeting his Adair county friends at the Fair this year We are sorry to learn of his affliction and trust that he may be re stored to health He has many friends itt Adair county who would be glad to see him All wanting appointment to State University must be on hand Friday and Saturday for the examination as no other examination for this purpose will be held this sumeir1 ISAlIdaysingingtMtPleasant Church the 4th Sunday in July Dinner on the grQunaY Ek1sF J Bargef ZT Willis and Hon M Rey Yarberry will deliver speeches The cata1ogueforthe Linds yWil son Training School jare being printed at this pffice and will be ready to sen- doutinafewday3 BornJ tp the wife orj Lee Cunningham uly 8 l QO ajironr itl I D i r r SI 1 Qed at Campbelhvilte JJ Mr Thos R Wright who inrfyis ear ly manhood was one of the most popu lar men in Taylor county died at the home of his brothers Mr C W Wright in Campbellsville in the sixtyseventh year of his age He was born and rear ed near Mannsville Taylor county and whenquite a young man he was elected Circuit court clerk of said co ntyfill ing the office in a Very creditable manK ner Later he became a traveling salesman out of Louisville and for many years he commanded a large trade In his young manhood he married 1a Miss Hodgen who died about twenty years ago the deceased remaining a widower The writer knew the deceased well He possessed a jovial dis position andevery body was his friend Peace tohis memory V Y Notice The tax payers of Columbia Graded Common School district are hereby notified that the taxes levied in said district for the year 1909 are now due and are in my hards for collection To all taxes not paid by August 1st 1909 a penalty of five per cent is attached by lawW B Patteson Collector 0 It is not often that a Columbian will livejn any other town Mr Brud Eu bank and wife went over to Campbells ville Monday of last week with the view of remaining several months proto vided they liked They returned the following Wednesday night their many friends being glad to see them jTh e Presbyterian picnic has proven i to be no picnic at all While it has per stentlybeen upon the tapis for weeks yet the elements get there first Last rThursday proved the limit It has been 0 suggested that in order to ward oft a repetition of what happened in the d ysttof Noah the Presbyterians be urged to desist The Presbyterian picnic was again g t postponed It was billedfor last Thurg t day the Griffin Springs designated St 0i the place but the rain flustrated tfie- plans According to the teachingsf f Presbyterians the rain was more nec essary than the picnic and they were all satisfied to submit to the will of the Giver of all that is gOQdc i JjJjOLatJcounty Henry Prewitt shQt and killed Elmore Fergurson rt is reported here that both men were drinkihg and became involved m a dispute Prewittj secured a gun and Shot Fergurson the f result being as stated abovev f It14rRoller mill has built one of the best barns in the county and has greatly improved the property otherwise lif J is roW one of the desirable homes ofIColumbia ThejceVas an all day meeting at Esto IasfSnday Rev R E Stevenson of ithis county who was reared at Esto did the preaching A great many peo pie were present and there was dinner on the ground for everybody d We learn from a representative citi zen of Campbellsville that over six thousand dollars worth of town lots were sold in that city last Wednesday It was a public sale and many of ttie purchasers will build 53 Misses Ella and Ina Dohoney who live on the pike four miles from CeSlumbia entertained last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Tommie5 Beard of Bradfordsville It was a de lightful occasion I sell the Edison Phonograph records and repairs If you want merriment n your home and pleasure when weary buy one W R Goff 334 Columbia Ky The Columbia Fair Association will give 50 stake for the best Moddle horse 50 for the best Combined 100 for Roadster and l00fo saddle ring i These premiums will bring good ones Hugh Thompson who killed his neph ew Fred Garrison in Casey county last i V November was given twentyone years inthe penitentiary by a jury at Liberty Monday An appea will be taken The District Conference of the AM B Zi Church will be held on the Burk esville pike near town beguiningWed nesday July 21 Presiding Elder W H Hays Cincinnati will be Plesen ttJii nightandaIJi1dayTbursqaYBwelledthe Russellte Creek spreading over tiieDpt ithins VrJ serious dama ew done t born in the tOW lands J SS 1 The Misses Trabue sold and Young recently e ri I r toa treefor800 t Sr i I i I t1 I I tft 2s Xl i i Y k 4t itJ L rr ii ii o Ii i JI J Wl l t f 2 THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS IHi COLUMBIA FAIR IIIIII ASSN IIIIWill Soon Have its Catalogue Out The PREMIUM LIST Will be attractive and the people will have an opportunity to keen d competition with some of the best stock in the State Watch out for it b ThUG 17 T5 19 2O O9rr PATRIOTISM An Address Delivered by Rev A R Kasey at the Presbyterian H Church this City July f 4th 1909 A WELL WRITTEN DOCUMENT Patriotism is almost if not quite a sacred sentiment In the Mosaic state it was so Then God was King and Isrealwas His kingdom Not only was their constitution a Godgiven document but their very land was a Divine allotment Therefore cit izenship in Isreal was a sacred relation and it should beno less so in a democracy For if the voice of the prophet was the voice of God so the voice of the people may be the voice of God Once it was thought that the king ruled by Divine right the people were subject to him and he to God The king as one French ruler put it was the yeareithe state and subject toth estate or to ourselves and every man may be a king and genuine patriotism will help every man to r be a king Patriotism like our holy re ligion has been exalted by the r things it has suffered More martyrs have died on the altar t of patriotism than have died for the sake of Christianity Love of country is a universal instinct but an instinct that has been brought out by historical r process Only the people who have a country can be patriots iJ4fz rnomadIC people can have tribal r and social love but to be a pa i triot one must love his people and fjJ U hIS soIl The sentiment is not 1 only Jt My l jSweet land of liberty where my fatHers died I rj Z5Land lSO IOVe thy rocks and rills A jIiiI l1iY rJ woods and templed hIlls J fkthin has done more to ad tlI 1 f r y jvihzation than atriotism t t1 emuming desIre of nations SK AYrt1i i L 1 Yr 1 ftK J Ai t s fj l Fix up for a good Premium and ilJ Days of Pleasure t r ALLEN WALKER nnk ies 5 G S HARRIS Secry Ito be strong and to order their affairs has protected them from subjugation and demoralizing changes A commendable nation al pride stimulates a selfrespect ing nation to higher attainments as it endeavors to excell in the expression of national greatness The transition from tribal and clannish sentiment t o national consciousness is what has COIl bined petty states and city republics into mighty nations We can well understand this for while we love our commonwealth we be not true patriots unless we love America The word patriot I learn from Joseph Chamberlainis of com paratively recent use It is not found i n Shakespeare though the sentiment is strongly ex pressed there The word was taken directly from the French where it was useqas early as the fifteenth century The significance of the word was citizen fello wcitizen or compatriot The word occasionally occurs in the literature of the sixteenth century at the end of which it was accompanied by such adjectives as good true or worthy which ultimately were imported into the meaning of the noun until finally a patriot nec essarialy implied a good citizen and a true lover of his countr Patriotism is not necessarily love for ones native land Mayor McClellan was born in Germany but he is a lover of America Then it is not so much sentiment for the land that gave me ionallhomeNo one can be a great Christian who is shut up to theological dogma and sentiment He must know the history of the church of God if he would have a great love for Christianity So a man must be an intelligent citizen know his countrys history if he wouldbea true patrjofe Ignorance and patriotism are not compati bleys true iir g r RC4aJ 8 d aPMa 1tr2 r democracy where every citizen may divide the rule with every other citizen In a demacracy more than any where else has a man reason for being a patriot His government has not been erected ac cording to an arbitrary mind forth pleasure of a despot but it is ah institution resulting from laws that no sovereign could con trol You and I have seen that we have not rulers that cruelly drive their subjects forth to do their will in war but the rather that they have reluctantly declared war when national patrio tism has compelled it The Span ish American War isa recent case in point The time was when in great governments the king or the pope meant more than all the people In our land the pope means nothing and our ruler is servant of all This spir itthat had long been in process of evolution was given expression more than any where else by the American and French revolutions It was love for the rights of men as against the tyranny of kings that allied the colonies against George III and it was patriotism t ha t marshalled Europe against Nepoleon The danger of our country at present is a sort of political aris tocricy on the one hand and class hatred on the other Our laws are determined now nearly altogether by committees subservient to the money god Simplicity has so far departed from inter millionaire foreign embassy In the indus trial world we have the rich grinding the poor and the poor hating the rich We ne dtobe called back to the simplicity of our fathers and to be an exam pIe to Europe rather than imi tatorsof her voluptuousness and to be reminded that while some are rich and some are poor we are all brethren Another vei2 rse ii bane ared 1 f J 4d f i 4SJr i iir y I j I witness Four most accursed thing that we have to watch is the political boss who dominates a lot of disfranchised a Americans much as tribal chiefs and feudal lords commanded their underlings in barbaric days This demagogue proclaims himself a patriot but one of Dr Johnsons definitions applies to him when he says patriotism is the last refuge o f a scoundrel and Junius characterize him when he writes nothing will satisfy a patriot but a place and Ten nyson portrays him when h e calls him the practiced hustings liarLet us remember that we and not a king are the state We do not follow a despot in a sangui nary lawsuit as he attempts to wrest another field or city from arival despot We are not subjects of an emperor who rules over alien peoples We are a country of countries we are a nation of nations any one of which would be a formidable na tion Paul said to the Athenians hGdd hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth and it seems that we might say of our land God hath made of all bloods one nation to dwell in this land of promise Because of the wealth of blood of spirit and of temporalresources which we have as a providential pos session we should all be more jealousofindividual sovereignty A few years ago c tIieman be hind the gun was a popular we wanted to give pexpression to a condition that is a curse that is a loathsome sore is making political lepers tout of American citizens we might speak qf the man behind the gagFBUt there is as mann thatrcanworka cure and that man is you the man behind the vote Remember that it has taken Providence milleriiums that it has taken rivers of Jpod that it has fakenv tfijroatliqg qt f 1wyrr1 f I z tI t r l zt death to bring us the rights that are now ours Let us cherish them as a gift from God let us so love our country and teach our children so to love it that government of the people by the people for the people shall not perish from the earth Reflections of a Bachelor What a girl likes about having a romance is imagining it is Good looks catch a man but its him good housekeeping that hldsI The mystery about a womans figure is how she can shift it allover her body The gas that is burned over being engaged costs more than the wedding presents are worth A man is a successful politician when he can keep the public from getting any benefit out of its rights What makes a woman wonder at the way a mans mind works is he thinks shopping has some thing to do with buying Mostly always the reason a man starts an argument on his hobby is he is afraid if he dosentJ the other fellow will on his The nuisance about people who know all about one subject is they try to make you think they know still more about some other About the only man who could be relied upon absolutely to pay back borrowed money would be the one who would never borrow it Its the man who talks about the ice cold baths he takes every morning that thinks he is being i murderedwith draughts if any body lets some fresh air into the roorcu New York Press T sell the Edisdn Phonograph records and repairs If you want merriment ri yimr home andpletiure when weary buy t W R GoffL Columbfi K IKrh JJ 11 f i f trt a I 1t V I t z Rams Horn Philosopby The profane man is every where the devil goes No tears are ever shed for the chick that dies in the shell The man who is willing to be carried might as well have no legsA j The devil cant pick the lock that guards the treasures of the righteous IIf every man livedin the right way no boy would live in the wrong way The man who is waiting to do a big lot of good all at once will never do any The sinner on the avenue is just as much a sinner as the sin ner in the slums Some people spend as much time in counting the milesposts they miss all the scenery A Night Riders Raid The worst night riders are calomel croton oil or aloes pills They raid your bed to rob you of rest Not so with Dr Kings New Life Pills They never distress or inconvenience but always cleanse the system curing Colds Head ache Constipation Malaria 25c at PaulLDrug Co u Snarls of a Cynic V- Next to the lan who sells a editorthe option of rejection is the happiest man on earth Any man who wants to be president ought to be encouraged by what mamma told him when he was a boy f v Women have this excuse for their pet weakness But for curiosity Columbus wouldneveta discovered America The man in the fortysecond story office would not have been there but for the man that dug away down for the foundations The race to success isa great game of leapfrog and the wino ner is the man who doesnt lose time making a back for Others I Get your stock rtdy for tfie Golum biiFair August i7iwillB 1thtr3tte s 4 r 4 itf1f 1 ji tJI4 tAf C 7 r wtr f r c 7 I I YA r I i l- i 1r 1JTHE ABATE COUNTY NEWS = f r f l HUBBUCH BROSII t 524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET IE mJCARPET AND RUG STORE lE l i Offers r7i B The public a selection so broad and varied that every taste 7 t and every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu rc facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to the IE 11 biggest and most prominent store WE get the best and fE choicest always W 7fE Visitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited ww MX MX l VVWVWsJWWWVJ I7l 7 I s1 7i ASii1 71= DRINK DOPE COLA Manufactured by I 0TLEY HOBSON Campbellsville Ky They1 also manufacture a number of summer Drinks t t W Ho WILSON J COLUMBIA KY t is their represenfative for this section I9O9 I9O9 1 THEYEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY II IREAD AND YOUR FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors WaVE Atlas to all who for Six Months or a Year 5EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and CompleteS I Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3500 Printed in colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages 28x86 inches 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RUBBER T7fiV BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION 7 ii i t WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE fUT ftL I r ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALLS Jij CAMfRELJSVI1LE KENTUcI Yt t 21rX U1 s SULTANS BOOVGUAHU Turkish Rulers Chief Protector an American Sailor HAS TWICE SAVED HlSt LIFE Admiral R D Bucknam Commander of Imperial NavyWiII Do It Again if- NecessarHoWHe Saved His Own Life and His Coolness Under Danger Turkeys sultan wljfm the Young Turks openly declare is the most treacherous of the traitors whom they are determined to fight to the death depends upon an American to savEhiscI1feHishopesin his extrem ity are pinned upon Admiral Ransford D Bucknam who now commands the imperial navy has charge of naval construction and of the imperial yacht and is the naval adviser and aidde camp of Abdul Hamid II Twice it is said he has saved the life of the sultan and he Js prepared to fight for it again if necessary v Pashajbeen the object of attack by would be assassins Guarded as he is in Con stantinope his enemies have found little chance to slay him but once in Kiel while returning from a ban quet his foes nearly succeeded Five of them attacked him with dag gers and only his expert knowledge of boxing saved his life He floored three of them and was repelling the attacks of the others single handed when help arrived Despite the honors that have been heaped upon him Bucknam Pasha re mains at heart an American He laughs at the thought of danger to himself His coolness under danger was displayed four years ago when an attempt was made to kill the sultan with a bomb as he was about to leave the Hamidieh mosque a thousand yards from the palade The bomb exploded prematurely and killed eighty mounted men and their horses and wounded many more Bucknam Pasha was uninjured and he walked beside the sultans carriage itsIdeIapproached Bucknam Pasha has entire charge of the building of the Turkish navy Every dollar of the 20000000 set aside for this purpose which has thus far been expended has been paid out under his direction Upon the breast of his gold embroidered uniform gleams the star of the Order of psmanieh conferred upon him by the sultan The same imperial hands have conferred a distinguished service medal which Bucknam Pasha wears upon his left breast Massive gold epaulets adorn his shoulders A gold braided fez and a jewel studded sword complete the dress of the man upon whose naval wisdom and astuteness the sultan now leansAt court the American ranks with the nobles and he is more often consultedS TurkeyiScotia thirtyeight years ago His fa ther was lost at sea and when his grandparents Mr and Mrs John Buck nam of Worcester Mass gave him the choice of farm life or going to sea at fourteen he chose the sea as cabin boy in a merchant ship He was twice shipwrecked After ward he met John D Rockefeller on a lake passenger steamer and the latter made him captain of a Standard Oil whaleback where he was known as the kid captain- In 1902 he accepted a position with the Cramps of Philadelphia and when the Turkish warship Medjidia was completed in 1903 he was commission ed to sail her to the Bosporus There he met the sultan who was so im pressed with his ability that he offered him the vice admiralty ofthe empire toIOttoman capital His salary is princely A New West With Irrigation The fedeal government is doing amazing things in the development of statesItell of a great influx of people to make- homes on the irrigated lands The big Shoshone 6m just corn pleted will irrigate 100000 acres of fertile land in Wyoming and other irrigation work in course of construction will open GOOOOO acres Robert Thom as of Sheridan Wyo saih recently at Citytdustrial states as well as a grazing and agricultural country Aprils Wizardry I woke at dawn and heard the cain And farofC snarls of thunder I closed my eyes that again Might draw my senseaJfunder And soon in poppled warmth enfiirled I lost in sweet forgettingSThe clamors of the stirring world Its labors and its fretting As from the bud v The chill checked flood Of sap goes backward creeping So falls this sense Of indolence y When April skies are weeping r I woke in sunlight and arose The joyful birds were chanting A young girl in the nelgliborlngcloee- Was busy at her planting I knew assomethtng est unknown The blessed charm Pf labor I loved ah not myself aibriT I yearned tp love ivy Jieighboiv yTheTheir young leave ore beguiling So from the heart J DptK net1teiLLrt r Wlrtn April are kI TA DiLly JnH Catholic maadard aed Time i5v S11S- 4tt f t to THE LANDLORDS MISr KEItJ f An AmericanV Experienc In an English Country Inn An American was journeying through England and encountered in a certain town a rather pretentious inn at which he ordered turbot a favorite dish in those parts t Thai American had had a few days of dense fog and his appearance and manner perhaps showed that he had become a little wheezy in consequence of the climate He was indeed forced to have frequent recourse to his hand kerchief When the turbot was the guest fancied even tjefqreit reached his plate that it was no longer fresh and an attempt to eat it confirmed that impression He called the proprietor who at once sent a waiter for fresh turbot and removed the objectionable dish I beg your pardon sir said the innkeeper but we got the idea sir as you came in th tyouad a bad cold in your ead sir And suppose I had What could that have to do with my being served spoiled fish demanded the indignant travelerS Heverythink sir We as this rule in this ouse Fish as is a leetle doubt ful like that ere sirthem which as lost the flavor of youth as I may say them we serves to parties as appears weIIem Cincinnati Commercial Tribune ILONG DELAYED PROPOSAL IA Note In a Bouquet That Was For r Years Unanswered One of the longest delayed proposals on record is related in a French story of a shy young subaltern who was ordered away to the wars Not daring to speak he sent a nosegay of yellow roses to the girl he loved with a little returnedIappeared without it and he went away broken hearted Years afterward when he was a lame old general he again met his old love now a white haired widow One day his old sweetheart gently asked him why he had never married Mad am he answered somewhat sternly you ought to know best If you had not refused to answer that note in 1baveing pale She opened an old cabinet and took riwhose leafless stalks lurked a scrap o paper yellow with age See I never had your note she said holding the bouquet up If I had I would not have answered it as you fancied Then answer it now said the gallant delayedIdon Telegraph Where Widows Commit Old customs die very SuicideI says a writer in the Wide azine and in several parts of the Ce lestial empire it is still considered a high aqt of virtue for a woman to commit suicide after the death of her hus band According to the law the pro ceeding is actually legal in some prov- Inces and such is the state of public opinion that in districts where it is officially prohibited the authorities rarely interfere These extraordinary voluntary sacrifices may frequently beI seen and I myself saw one take place The widow herself clad in white the gallowsimense crowd gathered to witness the grewsome spectacle made a picture which I shall never forget j Crushing a Snob There is an anecdote of the earlier years of King Edward VII which gives an interesting side light on his loyalty to his friends It was in the billiard room of a private house in London where the then Prince of Wales had been The rcigarriche pushing forward extended his cigar case saying Try one of mine sir they are much better The prince replied with his proverbial urbanity My1dear sir it my hosts inner Is good enough for me hlsclgarscer1 tainly are too A White Elephant Party drIticlewhJchis made as deceptive in appearance as possible At a given signal each guest exchanges his article for one belonging to some one else He takes it to a secluded corner and opens it If he finds he does not want to keep it he i neatly wraps it again and exchanges It until he is satisfied This makes lots of fun National Food Magazine 1 Not So to His Jack She is generous to a fault T 1Mustbea Stake I told her thatll had a great many faults and she said she knew it and hoped that I woiild refrain from calling on herjn the futureSomerville Journal Time For a Touch How is your rich uncle Tommy Very ill rm afraid fte wont last Ong iTheDyoucan lend me- that 101 asked you for last woVMeggend- orfer BItter t V The tale tof ridicule is the gualificar Ion of littitraiTOaivtrrAdv i1oL J 5pI t it1 ji 4brli 24sSsc J i Apj t i tv t ItJItXJt e e e 1t c 55SI tJOHN A 1OBSO14rI- JI GREHStJ j- IENT1jCY f t1 ties Enough j Rioniet Wire Fenc-J et tif1 tiJ z- ttofencein 11 l D Green and Adair counties 5 t t 1 i t 1l f The Stay wires on this fence are soJ7 attached that they cant slip on the tLine Wires The Hird r You Piiltt Ii v the Tighter it Qets i t r f S FT i L 1 1 L i c EpO U Gpf l oultt1yfettihgt i to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farmjinrthe two t counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of WallPaper ad vertised in recent issues of The News TTAF a H f FRANK CORCORANl tligh GradeA Marble W Cemetery work 6faH kind LI Granite l SeeUS before IIc Trade from Adair and adjoining counties solicited 4Main Street Lebanon Ky f H o U HARDWi S Pres J H COCKE V Pres R H DIEIZ5WS Sec Jw T fyne Supply Co IESTABLISUED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 LMIliliW1IJ1TS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK t ThIC4I141STZ J r DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MILLS r GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTffMftlN LOUISIILLe SMOKE STACKS SOLICITED wloa Mill I AD Kinds of Machinery Iepalt dJ3O E3HE3HE3E 30HO 1 OBE3 OH08Qa It T Newly furnished Conveniently located If A firstclass Restaurant in connection a J If Neat Clean Rooms f I I aIay lc a 1 am also prepared to jIf f fUrDlShc lif 1 VV nything J in the Bakery Line f JW ft Your Business Solicited J k l i L ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky s if rvw Next door I below Citizens Bankon Campbellsville ikea i l3ICIE f t= r TTT= = = i ITISMONEYTOYOU IFI MTHE RIGHT PLACESS I See my Stockof AJzPi31I i1 m r 1 tGENERA L MERCHANDISE r iJ J i It l JSitt iJ 6 i t W k SIMMONS 4 + I rr 1rt l t F1UMBLI KflNTUcKy4 11 4f Ir IIIr 1 f 1 1 i tIo I L Jt i dxrLf r f n r I ti4 flti 7TI1 J Jr i jtfr ft d i y L ik tj1 I ciI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I7 FO OJ OJ IQ J JII= OJ o O 0 u i OJs i H N4A N LiON7t1C r O to INCORPORATED 0Wi z CAMPBELLSVILLE RYt n iR j guJI tPIisconceded by everybody who has visited this imniehsie 1 0 thaninu MADE OF THE FINEST MATERIAL = STYLES CORRECT a E=EEEE This Firm keeps an eye on its business and as buggies loadO to prices ItcDseils at a short profit buys more hence people by the hu riding in buggies bought of U Buchanan Lyon CfnINCORPORATED I IrOT 10J OL OJ cI bt datt oxj t1U Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR j t Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest tf the city of Columbia and the people of Adai- rndr adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice u aecon- clan mail matterh i WED JpLY 14t 1909 ffiNN N i RT81 FOR CIRCUITCOURT CLERK We are authorized to annouce G P Burress a candidate for the office of CountYtr L j101tJAILER ll We are authorized to announce C G Jeffries a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party t jWe are authorized to announce A A Miller a candidate for Jailer of Ncounty subject to the action of the Democratic party 4 Horn Mills M Logan of Ed i imonsonrcounty has announced for Attorney General on th next t democratic State ticket It is stated that Chairman Combs will appoint Gen Percy Haley secretary of the Democrat vie SubCommittee at Lexington Joseph Blanfo rdwho was 7 cashier ofa branch bank a a 1fyvOwensboro went wrong He admitted that he was short If K i5000 and bonded for his ap pearence at the next termof the i Davis Circuit Court The Democratic State Centra rr Committee now has permanent headquarters Lexington Mr ItbeenCommittee and he will be assisted by Mr Cecil Williams also of Somerset Jtl rlofIn a hospital in Washington fori nowtt Senator will not again be abletOt t ireaSh his desk during this sessi of the Senater one t k1C lt The amendment to the t igCQ schedule permitting grower t 1ir sel their product without feliasc Senxate ant was ffBred 2 X t C Ii J j4 ctf JyfT tti j f tj 1 Senator Bradly The ament merit provices that growers must keep a record ofall sales over ten pounds The inmates of the Confederate Home Pewee Valley are ast passing away There is a death almost weekly The ve erans who make their home are quite old and infirm and i will not b e but a few years until ind mates will le on the other side of the riyelt rhaveadvocating the ireelection of Mr Edwards to Congress They claim that he has done more for the district than any other congressman who preceded him The rank and file have not yet spoken and if we are permitted to offer an opion we would say that Mr Edwards will have the fight of his life to be nominated Col Attilla Cox one of Louis citizensr a successful business man presi dent of the Louisville Hender son St Louis railroad Chair man of the Board of Directors o the Columbia Finance and Trust Company died last Wednesday During Mr Clevelands first administration MrCox was the Collector for the fifth district of Kentucky The Democratic ticket nominated in Louisville a few days stroptg one no are e during the canvass it will win Mr Head who was nominated for Mayor is a clean man and is popular throughout the city It is our understanding that the Democrats of the city are alto gether and will work until IpThe blind Senator from Okla strongmenoflthenati people have never had a better andmore courageous represena whoId1whoan be1cJl represenative arid the anti country would be blessed iflt1e were more such blind w Senators He can see tnJustof jpfcri derin gJxf s i interests The Senate needs more GQJ n tie entire coujitr I I1itocjbi gored z r ym1V pa1i A T 6 The Aldrich bill passed the Senate with only one lonely Dem ocrat in support of it but several Republican Senators voted against it while Daniels Mar tin and some other Democratic Senators departed from the tarI intleant g a yet when it was all together it was sucha protective m ea s u re and so full of injustice to the- reatg mass of people that every theirIformerof their disapproval on the mealS ure and the principle involved In the meantime the Republi cans from the middle west from the Agricultural States fought a consistent fight from start to finish leaving no room to doubt the real desires and demands of the people who till the soil and feed the world The Agricul tural people hvelong paid trib ute to the manufacturing inter ests under the guise of protect tion and the day is approaching when the revolt will come It is not right and every one knows fit to tax all the people for the benefit of the few Instead of Congress giving relief as prom ised by the Republicans it is in creasing the burden The re sion of the tariff by its friends- i never meant a decrease It can only be honestly and fairly re vised and reduced by those who favor tariff for revenues only and who can see and feel the great public good over the narrow and selfish interests of a small part of the country Sulphur Vale 1rMiss Pearl Breedings school witYIh flattering prospects The wheat has been threshed recently and corn is looking wen The moonlight at Mr Bennett s wasIan Robert Williams Eunice visit ed the family of J A Breeding Saturday night ald ar Wallow Sunday enreed witref riIni farmJBrsiareStill yefy bus- caused i y lc01t1 p raid for- man Jy reek it I I Ieal i9ws ax to Jja lsft r j irit1 t vti1 4 0 0 o You are invited to visit this establishment look at the 0done k t SADDLES AND HARNESS 4Thefirm handles everything in this line and they are be 0clittle money call on or write to qiKYI dtclJ OJ IOJ OJ OJ 0 Jabez I 5It still continues to rain in this part Edgar Johnson of this place bean g his school at Union in Wayne county Monday the 5th Dr J B Scholl was in Somer set a few days of last week J R Carson was here Monday night Mr and Mrs Lee Cadberry Eli arp visiting in this part this week Kiseiwere ni tOur SS is still getting o 4 nicely with very good attend arice 4 Jo T Wooldridge spntSun1 lay at Sunshine i Mrand Mrs Hatfield seen the 4th at Russell Springs t Mrs WA Hatfield and j daughter Miss Ella were visit ing at RC Hatfields Monday A hat drummer was here last week to see our merchants x IDunnville Mrs Mary Weir of Webbs X Roads is visiting relatives in this community J F Pelley is on a Business trip in Russell and Adair coun tiesvi JrBlevin Lay and G Greaser Ei Us celebrated the Glorious at Russell Springs FourthI port several fights Mrs George Evans who has- rbeenslck for some time is no better ITheDun ville baseball team played Russell Springs on the Fourth but owing to some misunderstanding failed to play out the ninth inning This is the second time they have met and hada falling out both tittles Somebody is wrong Died on the 4tH Mrs Nannie Rubarts who lived at Pellyton She was at the Pellyton buriedEld grave- the Yf Leslie Bottom- preached funeral We ex tend our sympathy to the husband in this his darkest hour Willie Bradley of Popular Store attended the singing at lAittrells Creek Saturday night the Modern Woodmen o f p nvilIe will have a picnic the fhor the enet of tffe Lodge I iir D honesi nth h ttlIrt ii it r i d As l in this community and there is a lot of consolation in the fact that they are not controlled by a trust Joe Pelley reports the appearance in his neighborhood of a large and fierce animal resem bling a panther He saw the animal onceand has heard it squall several times Several large hogs are missing supposed to have been caught and eaten by the panther Claude Hatter will teach the RosarGrider the Luttrells Greek school wendn storm the 6th It blew down a good lot of corn but the weedsN are as thick as ever Elds Bottom arid Wilkerson Lutttrells Creek Sunday Flour corn and other necessi ties of life are on the upward trend in this country Nothing cheap around here but coal oil at 10 cents per allon a 4 Rill4 D is liable to give away a million or so of dollars and then raise it back to 20 cents per gallon L C Cundiff will remove to Libercy in a few days He and his brother Bud have purchased a half interest in the roller mill at that place Pickett F hisIChapel last Sunday Several attended the at Milltown the 4th Sunday con ducted by Prof John Pickett Miss Pearl Hindman opened school at this place last Monda with about 35 scholars ailCrag Rollin Piles is now at work on l a tobacco barn for G W Dudley After Rollin gets through we presume it will be all 0 KfPickett Howard sold one store house and lot at Ebde toI Mr J I Whitlock Price unj known Most of the people are done stacking wheat in this sectionI Mrs Geo W Pickett who has been in poor health for som time is better MrGeo Keltneris very iQW With typhoijvfever Miss Mary Alice Pick tt was Howissaa w ys we lOrops are avokin better since the wet fWeather ceased p Kpie avemad fFji Of the P et 3sfiJ i t Lii Zt i ji f yI Dirigo It continues to rain and the weeds are having a jubilee Corn is looking well and if nothing in terfers later I believe will make- a good yield Some of our farS iners however aimed to outdo themselves in the tobacco line and as a result some patches that loabandonedgrass and weeds down arid the u tobacco is beginning to frence It is simply next to impossible tOj hire a farm hand in this section Mr James Norris of l ejBreeding community did b sjrJ ness here one day last w ekri l v Will Yarberry Rugbys pppu= lar trader was upon our streets one day last week Last Friday Mrs Marion Norris had been visiting at the home of Hiram Scott andon mount ing her horse to go home the horse kicked up and Mrs Norris fell off backward bruising her7 J X back and side considerably It i is thought that she broke oneiOE1 two ribs Sheds now suffering considerable pain Several of theyoungerset at tended the Sunday School Con r ventionat Glenville last Sat f41 day V V iJ M Campbell isr having nt addition built to his dwelling He will also erect some verandas which will add greatly to the looks of his property L H Jones is doing the work gBird School will open Monday the 12th inst with Charles Har ness as teacher 1 yMiss Carrie Bradshaw opene d sch ool at Greenbriar last Monday R L Campbell will teach at Indep endence this term befe ginning the 19thK t Thissection is sadly in need cff a doctor There is not a licensed practicing physician nearer than Breeding four and ahalfmiIes away The people here get sick thatifsom l here he could soon work upiS good paying practice X X Hi hLife 00000 Years Ago 5r tA iner T 100000 years ago when life was Sstart the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Meis largelyfromdead DrKingsN1 could not have lived he writesc suf vfenng as 1 did from a severe lung trou f r relungsvent netyHtJ t l r Paull Drug Co Trial bottle frees d i LL r3gc t ITTi HIT TTITT a YTI TTT T t r- I h r THEADAIB COUNTY NEWS i r r1Piiori Judge TL Muar ll is or a business trip to LoMifville j Miss Cora Smittip hQineartown isqUite sick Mr R A Myers arrived from Mbntl cello last Friday night Mi sMWTrabue who was quite sick e is better Mr Joe Rosenfield is at home for a few days from Middlesboro Miss Virgie Tupman is spending a week or two with Mrs Bettie W But lerMessrs Charles Renfro and W E R011sseanofIGlasgowwere here a few days ago x Miss JosieDohoney who has been in school at Bradfordsyille returned home last week Mr C H Hindman and wife of near Milltown were shopping in Columbia last Friday Mr Chas Williams and mother Eunice are visiting Mr and Mrs Chas Herriford Mr Albin Murray who lives in New Mexico reached hume on a visit several days ago Mr Jas Garnett attended meeting of the Kentucky State Bar Association at Paducah last week Miss Ethel aConover left Tuesday Morning foriChillicothe Texas where she will teach school Mr Walter Willis and wife who have been sojourning at McKinney KY t returned home last week Miss Rosa Carver of Sterling City Texas is visiting at the home of her uncle Rev T L Hulse Mr J W Jackman has very much improved and hopes are now entertain ed of hisjultimate recoveryJ r Miss Myrtle Myers who visited relatives j at Dickson Tenri for weeks re turned home stErIday night Mrs Bettie Rector of Dunnville is visiting relatives in Columbia stopping at the home of Mr Fred Myers Dr J C Gose and wife of Knifley visited Mrs Gose parents Mr and Mrs H B Ingram this place last week Mr J DiEubahk wife and baby of neat Little Cake were visiting the family o f Robert Young near town Sunday i Miss Ldura Jackman who makes her home near Creelsboro has been with her brother Mr J W Jackman who is quite sick for the past ten days Mr and Mrs Dave Shelby and two children ofTemPl Okla have been visiting Mrs Shelby fs father Jv P Pennycuff Columbia for the past week Mrs A D Purdy ofBradford vile visited her mother Mrs Nona Dohoney last week She was accompanied by Miss Tommie Beard also of Bradfords yule Hon M Rey Yarberry will leave to day for Baltimore Md and Wilmington Del where he will appear asa wit ness in the Federal Court He will be absent two weeks Mrs Gus Albricht and her littler daughter Wynona who spent two weeks in Columbia the former visiting V I irJbornebellsville attended the public sale of town lots He bought a couple at 7500 each Mr T R Stults accompanied him on the trip Morris Humphry John Allen King Ed Bell Cleve Dnnn J F HerJ- renc Marvin Allen J C Woodrum Chas Fair Floyd Wright composed the j Liberty teamhere last Friday and Saturday Miss Rena Coy of this place left last week for Hopkinsville having ac cepted a position as attendant at the asylum She is a most worthy young lady and there is not a doubt but she WillfUl the position with perfect satis faction to the management Mr W R Myers wife and daught era Misses Myrtle and Mary Dr J N Page wife Mr R A Myers wife and son Robt Pags Mrs Mary Shearer Miss Ellen Burton Fred Myers and wife Asure Pamron and wife Mr WHcoxsin and Mrs Bjettie Rector Miss Mattie Keltner spent Sunday at the griffin Springs l Mrv JJV Clayton and family who left Greelsboro about one year ago for Oklahoma returned last week and we f understand that Jim is satisfied to re main in Kentncky We learn that he reported thatf there had been no rain f where be had been located for twelve months and that he was feeling a lit t tie dry wbenb left and hurriedly I ade thetrip to Qpds Country I Mr JIA TaylOr and vifea Bat Iteeeri Ttxai arrived in Columbia lat Thurfday afternoon stopping at the Dolne of Mr J A nliih Friday they wepttoBteediIigtwnere they will yjgit Mr STraylor 1 Ue tli Mr and A 91- ir Ir lorj r fMr Traylor has been in Texas for quite a Clumber of years but he has only been asident of 1lingQ eighteen monfefc heiengaged inba 5 Vicel P es of the Citizens BanklBallin gerJfWe are glad toJTlporithaLhe i eringV 4r The State University LexingtonKy e The State University Lexington Kentucky offers the following courses namely Agricultural Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Mining Engineering Clas sical and seven Scientific courses each of which extends over four years and leads to a Bachelors degree also aDe partment of Law and a Department of Education which last has been established instead of the Normal School Persons who enter this department pre pare for advanced work in pedagogy and are granted a Bachelors degree in this subject when completed The Academy for preparatory instruction is retained County appointees receive free tui tion privilege of residence in the dormitories fuel and light traveling exr penses if they remain ten consecutive months or one collegiate year The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military Science is fully provided for required by Congress The graduate in the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total num ber of matriculates for last year was 1078 Each department has a specialist at its head with the necessary num ber of assistants Young women find an excellent home1 with board and lodging in Patterson Hall which is well equipped with all the modern conveniences bathroom hall for physical culture at 300 per week All courses of study in the Uni dEHitical1conditio commodious quarter for these depart ments which are rapidly increasing in the number of matriculates For catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of admis sion apply to James K Patterson PhD tiL D PresdentortoD C Frazee Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 9 1909 362t Desirable property for Sale s We have been in the mercantile busi ness at Cane Valley Adair county Ky for twelve years and have constantly had a good trade and have made money We desire now to engage in other busi ness and wind up our outstanding af fairs therefore we offer our store house warehouse tock 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 thrqe churches and a good school this in his chance There is not a more desirable communi ty ia Adair county The town of pane Valley is located on the pike six miles from Columbia and twelve from Camp bellsville Here is a bargain for some man Address J W Sublett Bro 316t Cane Valley Ky f Notice to Taxpayers 1 am now ready to receive your taxes for the year 1909 The Adair Fiscal Court at a special term held qn the 25th day of June made an additional levy of lOc on the 100 valuation of taxable property and 25c poll tax for School purposes This necesitated a change of the entire County with the exception of the Columbia Graded School District which change has been made on my books and I trust that every tax payer in Adair County will come forward and settle at once The Poll tax is now 125 and 74c on the 10000 W B Patteson S A C Preaching Next Sunday JP1 Turner Mt Pleasant W H C Sandidge Greensburg J F Roach Good Hope FJ Barger Plaesant Hill ZT Williams Roley JR Grider Freedom J R Crawford Columbia X A R Kasey Columbia 1 J A Johnson Elroy J H Rood Cane Valley L T Reeves Columbia V W JLeviMt Gileadi x Dr Menzies Mosbys Ridge W BGave Pleasant Ridge Stock Items t MrzT Pelley and John Corneal bought of different parties last weeB 150 sheep ranging in pricefrorri to4f perheadi rPellytbncor tl ooo J John Ditrht of Greensburj TC d of J A Piddle a car lod of ttlcediV at 6 cent per pound at this PLace tMrIIf tr1Ii t If t h t I rl The Biu Jim Coil I keep a large quantity of he Bi JuCoaas gooas eve ud ji1J grat4also keePri otgraeair makejhe Rg tw as possiblefl Give me you order for useand remove it at your leisure rlff CF Mantz J Campb llsville Ky I nOW to Collect Your Accounts f We collect notes accounts and claims anywhere in the United States and nake no charges unless we collect Write to us MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY 253m SomersetKy The Columbia Pea Ride Fair will be held August 14 This association is composed of boys of the town who will get out a good premium list On their return from Springfield the Gre nsbrgbase ball team stopped at Lebanon and defeated the nine at that place the score standing 13 to 4 Mr JF Neat has sold a onehalf interest in his store at McGaha to Mr frank Burton The style of the firm is Neat Burton The contractors are now engaged in repainting the outside of the Courthouse Get your stock ready for the Colum bi Fair August 17 will be the date Tell every body that The Columbia Fair will be agood onejthis year Thrift Georgia Editor News Thinking that some of my relatives and friends would be glad to here from me I will endeavor to write a few lines I reached Georgia Jan 6 1909 and J am bound tosay that this part of the state was far beyond my expectation The soil is of two kinds one is a red gravelly soil while the other is a white sand bed It has the exact color o f fresh burnt ashes mixed with lead and it is just about as lose natured as ashes and a ton of coal is a big load for two mules on level ground over these sandy roads The fields are so white in places that they loook as if thy were covered with melting snow and you cart walk across such fields an get a peck of sand in your shoes if they are as large as I wear and some of the southern boys lure have a good foundation if size is to be considered This IJsa great cotton section the cot ton crop is on the backgrouod in some localities on account of so much rainy weather Con is looking nice Watermelons are in full blast peaches are ripe and gardens have been in season every since about 15th of May I had the pleasure of eating my first watermelon androasting ears with Mr Frank Davis on June 241909 Mr Frank Davis is the oldest son oflVtrs Eliza beth Davis Garfield Ga the wpman whom I boarded with while teaching at Miley Ga Mr Davis is a gentleman of gooq moral character and stands very high in society and is afini farmer I had the pleasure of trying the cotton culture evenings after school under his instruc tions I could use the boy Dixie plow to a finish but was out pf the ring when it come to chop ping cotton Ilearned how to pre pare plant and cultivate the cotton all butchopping and it re quires toomuch muscular skill for me I am waiting the picking in whicn Jl mean to take mySaturr 4s0ft The machinery usfed 4w4jire in cultivating out tl1 Vs 7 b Dhie- lBnenr his garc1IeDwhen l1e was llTt thed1u hass JJouptry the llow points consist of blizzards J1I l seps slio lliwiIi crlii s arid everrQtlerTlong f neck hrd- s e ll t T p r t 3 H isdppose for fhdylbdklilceit cf me v They use heels to put on thetlostos to lee 4e- nifroi4t e 1211hil hftkndAhnlce mail in Kentucky to keep our plows in the ground The cotton corn oats pea nuts potatoes sugarcane peas and eheufers are the principal crops all are raised to a great ex tent This is a fine climate some coolrfor the time a year thanit- is f in Kentucky We have a cool sea breeze at the present most all times aday The water here is fairly good not very cold but has agood healthy taste We have but little sickness and seemsto ne the greatest cause of what we have is caused from the mos quito They have about eaten my feet and hand up in the last few and The have such felIlowsout of the bones Mr R Gay my present boarding master said that a sad accident happened the other day to a little man close by When I asked for tfie par ticulars of the case he said a mosquito rammed his bill through the fellow and another man brad ded it on the other side and the mosquito flew away with his prey The people down here are scared to death about the food subject they think flour is going so high that they cant buy itand meat has already gone out o f sight It was selling at 19cts a lbiri Millen aifew days ago lwant to say to my brother and siSters school teachers to come down here and help me out in this great work for there is such a great demand for teachers down here in Ga also N C and S C IwasatMilLenonthelSth rand 19th of June standing an ex aminatipn and ther were 6 teach erapresent and one of my friend teachers said that was aboutthe- crowdQf teachers in this bounty He said all of the teachers came from other states I very often talk with an intelligent looking young lady or gentlenian and they will make the remark that they wish they had the opportu nity to go to school for they may say it has been four years since we had a teacher over at our school house Iseldom leave my home on Saturday or Sunday without meeting up with some one that wantsjne to come over and teach school in his district and itsometimes grieves me to know the condition those people are in and still I have to refuse them I taught six months at Miley Ga and two weeks before my school was out some of my pupils began crying and saying that they could never agree for me to come home for if I did I never would come hackand teach for them anymore I was bent on coming home but a pa tron from Thrift living out of my district and about Smiles from where I was teaching was send ing one pupil to me and he came over and begged me out of the no tion bf coming home and said for me to come over and teach for them and they would give me more than they couldever afford to pay me where I was teaching So on account of a nice Taise in my wages I was kept in the south i and dont know when I will getoff from theii1 for my Contract is awed ujpoanu limited ienn that Is they say tYW iitniet tea h ohancfn wJll tarf butthi ople- o i j17 f i i Jf1 t IlJ U l j gO 1 I g ttgprtnQii ii WIII 4OPEflTO i HEAL TH SEEKErRJ b t 1 f iAnd the Traveling Public The Building which is commodious has been refurnished repainted making it a very inviting place The table A is supplied with thebeS the country affords A large sample room for r the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the puresT health restoring Terms reasonoble Write tQ k WINFREY PHELPS wanted the same thing where I have been teaching but I could not stay any longer so the trus tees said we cant get you back Ii for less than 75 or 80 a month aIcheaperat Thrift will beat us and keep him So they have hired them a Kentucky lady where Ihave been teaching and going to start busi ness anew lam sorry I could not work for them but Imust stay with the best wages Please fellow teachers come and help us out the southern people want ed ucationand it is our duty to lend a helping hand My County School Commissioners id that he realized that the south wsa hundred years behind the north inedljri ucation and something mu t done and done in a hurry Fellow teacher dont be afraid you cant I teach here for i f you can teach there you can teach here the main point here is controlling the school for there is pretty tough bargains spmetimes but must let them know you are there to stick and you will have no trou ble I would like to say 1would like to get somevof you good teachersout of thosesnows this winter and come down here where snow isalniost unkoWn to plentyofIlittle frost and they burnlikepe troleum for they ateful of tar I invite my friends toawater melon eating with me any time convenient with you from now until Sept I thank you for your space in your paper and also enclose a one dollar bill for which please send me the Adair County News Walter larger VV Thrift Ga i v TarterIOJ v Farmers are about through plowing and cutting grass and wheat stacking is the order of the day There was an unulIrge crop of tobacco put out iiLthis com munity and the crop is looking verypromising Corn is selling at 4per barrel in this neighborhood V iv Miss Lady Roberts and sister Mrs Sallie Foley were isiting in Columbia Tuesday t Mr Wm Mitchell and Mr Stevens RusS n county passed through here l stweek buying cattle and sheep Mr Otis Wqo pjd whob S been inIllinoisfor afew months t tirned dms week Dr liHarriSofffi1st WAS it tt plac Jt Wednesday pxi uUSlneS j f 4 J 1J l Mr H Tarterwno w s yst1keFaSt month has re turned tthe Army and informs 1 f RUSSELL SPRINGS i 1 to KY his friends he is stationedfafe Vancouver WashISiw The Sunday school is progress ng very nicely at thisplace with4vW Mr Joe Foley Supt 4 M Mr W G fbunchin the last few days I Prof J 0 White opened school at Allens school house on Monday July 5th witha gox 4A j attendance Rev Dyer of Jamestown filli ed his regular apppinl r nt A l Mt Olive Sunday ti u v sp h ru r Edith 7E i Lr yM i t i I J i layvl ling by corn 1 2 if We are havingp1entygfrarn r at this writing 1 Iy rSeveral of this place w retSS Columbia Monday Jt k t rtMr Hatcher the shoe drunB mer called on our merchantisohefe day last week l i Mrs Bettie Harmon Mrs LoA it na Rubarts and little daughter Annie visited the family of Mr and Mrs George CundifftoT Dunnville last Saturdaymght and Sunday i v Several from this place attend i fd- ed 1Day at BearWal- lowlastSunday Vi Mss Florence Rubarts spent several days with her riends at Pellyton last week lt Mr J E Beard and family r0 visited relatives atNeatsbufg last Saturday rijght arid Sunday Mr John Knifley and wife Mr W R Knifley and wife attended the burial of Mr Willie Chelf at t t Caseys Creek last Sunday after noon iM UMr W O McKinley was in our neighborhood one day last week ff Mr Owen Hardesty of Carii I bellsvilles wasP in this neighbor y t hood one day last week v vv Mrs Valeria Campbell and lit tie daughter Annie and Missv Mattie Evans attended the fun s eral and burial of Mrs Nan 1i ti Rubarts at Pellyton last Monday i Mr Joe Tucker and family of f Roley have moved to their farm irnear this place We are indeed i JrJ glad t o have Mr Tucker and f1 family with us Mr and Mrs George1 tIarmoDj j j of Columbia were the pleasant va guests ofMr and Mrs Mont il Harmon last Sunday j i iii j Mrs Ellen Grant whoh sbeenL 6ft the sick list for some ljmeOi i V J Better at this writiI gj t4 Jtct BJUie Williams and daugi tr terj Miss HattIeandspnR b ftt1 ert 0 f Columbia visitedreJ I i f jj tives near this place last 11ro3k 7 V Iy night and Sunday t ri itif Lt k X1 at t 1cii t f TIIJ i iE I ir i h iI i i l It ti L s 6f 4 jt THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f t1 t LN Time Card Jn effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND lltAIN x Lv LOUISVILLE AB LEBANON No 27 700 am 942am Nq 23 815 am 1004am r No79i 1505pm 740pm No21v800Pm 1000 pm iNo 93 6 n0 pm u 900 p- mt i b NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 0 24548 am 750am o 7S732am 1015am o28i 480 pm 655pm i1to22 628pm 315 pm rS No 92732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only ii 1c M WISEMAN SON I and Precious Stones Jewlers and Oplicians I 1 Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall Market St j132 st2d St ouisville Ky I R LTTE D Crenshaw18 VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE FROM COLUMIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I WMOREJOm W M tUIIiflOIE PifopIf vV FirstClass Tabld JrV V Good Sample Roome Feed Stable RatesijGEfiDYUILLe KY it Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 t Dr James Triplet Dentist II JEFFRIESBLOCK t COLUMBIA KENTUCKY r i ilr I S Bunbar entist BUILDINGIPHONE NO 40 RING 3 JCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY t i Joseph H StoneAt- iorneyAtLaw 5 Will practice in this and adjoining counties II JamestownKentucky J ueKeL11PunjN14JetbeuNt1I f11iWi iiTtltlMtIAIe1Iaradaa Oni eMta ee ftMlirlw 1et8 a XcCaU r1 1wof I T at CataM I i114TJBjI COt eJ 7 hT 4 if rxL IV vVAVl I t4t f ct t- t ri The Tariff Situation 1 liere is the arfft itUoxrfI a condensed form so that all can understand it r Twentynine million persons in the United States are engaged in productive industries Of these I Ten million till the soil Seven million are in manu facturing and mechanical pur suits Five million are in trade and transportation activities Seven million are engaged in domestic personal profession al services Out of the above grand total One hundred and fifty thousand are employed in manufacturers For their benefit principally almost exclusively the tariff is being raised from the 448 percent average of the Dingley rates to the 45 per cent plus the mixi mum of 25 per cent equals 71 per cent of the Aldrich bill This works out a heavier tax on the 29000000 toiling low paid wageworking producers for the benefit of 150000 stockhold- inghighlycompensated pros perous manufacturers- Is that fair Or a good thing E Town News Shortstops When a young man grows a beard or an old man shaves off his beard each of them is accused of being vain Alfaretta Mingo is very melan choly She was engaged to a young man and made a delicious cherry pie for him He bit on a cherry stone unexpectedly When you have some hard luck it would surprise you to know how many people say it serves you right Possibly it does If you told a baldheaded man that painting his scalp green would grow hair he would get a gallon of green paint and try it Son go ahead and be a million aire but after people get tired of asking where you got it they will begin pestering you to know what you are going to do with it There should be some special form of medals for heroes who refuse to say I only did what any other man would have done Some men confound an excuse withanapoogy Ezra Potts says that preachers always deliver sermons against womens dress when they want the men to contribute to some fund or other A magazine is running a series of articles on How a Woman May Retain the Love o f Her Husband One way is for her not to insist on reading the series of articles to him Whenever I read some great mans rules for success arid note how he dwells upon the hard work idea I have a mental picture of him dictating that stuff with his feet nth desk and his auto waitingiat the curb- talktablike a girl as there is abut a girl who dresses oldfashioned Jethro Skidmore puts in all his time reading scientific working He has a ofrvih6isfnd of fudge He Still Belongedin Family Are you the editor iihattakels in society items inquired the caller an undersized man with a timid appealing look in hfe facer Q i riik tV Qj tft fotclijISft 5IfJlfrt 1 t t if Ysir replied the young man at the desk f I can take in any kind of items What have you Why its this way i said the caller lowering his voice My wife gave a swell party last night and Im willing to pay to have this report of the affair put in your paper We dont charge anything for publishing society items ob served the youngman at the desk taking the preferred manuscript and looking itover Thats all right was the re ply You dont understand 1 wrote this up myself and I put in a line or two that says Mr Hafstick assisted his distinguish ed wife in receiving the guests Thats the way I want it to go in and I dont care if it costs a dol lar a line I want my friends to know by George that I still be long to the family Fxchange Dangerous Gifti Beauty isa dangerous gift Like wealth it has ruined its thousands Thousands o f the most beautiful women are desti tute of common sense and common humanity No gift from Heaven is so general as the gift of beauty In about nine cases uot of ten it makes her silly senseless thoughtless vain sel fish proud dress in costliest gownsregardless o f cost no economy in their giddy brains We think we have seen more girls spoiled by beauty than any other one thing Shes beauti ful and she knows it is as much as to say she is spoiled A beautiful girl is very likely to believe that she was msde to be looked at and so she sets herself up for a show at every window in every door on every corner of the street iii every company at which opportunity presents for an exhibition of herself And believing and acting thus she Boon becomes good for nothing else and when she comes tobe a middleaged woman she is that weakest most sickening padded up of all human thingsa faded senseless beauty v Two Dollars an Egg Two dollars an egg is the price paid by JamesJE Morgan a Webster county citizens This price however is not so high when the hen that aid the egg is val ued at 10000 She is the fa mous enPegyand hastaken more prizes probably than any other hen in the world Five chicknes were sold to Madame Paderewiski of Switzerland for 7500 Sheis owned by the Kel lerstrass Farm of Kansas City Mo v 1 loads asBugCatchers As high as 25 a hundred is sometimes paid for live toads by Englishand French gardeners The toad is a highly appreciated personage in foreign gardens Shelters are made for the toads shallow holes in the ground covered with flatjstones or hoards The toads will retire into these in the day time and come forth at dusk fortheir nightly insect I forage Professor Hodge of GlarkrUni versity estimated that every time the farmers boy killed a toad he was destroying 20 worth of stock on the farm iD 1 Jia afkwbush1 of whippoil1 l 1 L CSJIarri iJ t r i i J f f Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Henderson July 27s days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July283 days Madisonville Aug 3S days v Winchester Aug 35 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington Aug 96 days Russell Springs Aug 104 days x Burkesville Aug 104 days Taylorsville Aug 104 days Uniontown Aug 105 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Columbia Aug 174 days Leitchfield Aug 174 days Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Providence Aug 175 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Broadhead Aug 183 days Shepherdsville Au g 183 days Ewing Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug 245days London Aug 244 days Elizabethtown A u g24 3 daysSpringfield Aug 254 days Florence Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkinsville sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 15 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Hodgeriville Sept 73 daysI Monticello Sept 74Carroll Gallatin Owen Tri County Fair Sept 84 daysT Glasgow Sept 84 days Sanders Sept 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days Scottsville Sept 163 days Bedford Oct 12 days U Corner on5O Coins Two coins the only 50 golH pieces ever struck off by the Federal Government at the Phil adelphia Mint created a sensation at the dinner of the New York Numismatic Club held at Keenes Chop House in Thirty fifth street The coins were pur chasedrecently for 10000 apiece by William H Woodin from W Haultine and S K Nagy of Philadelphia and Mr Woodin says he would not take 50000 each for them now The coins were minted in 1877 as the result ofa demand from California for 50 and 100 gold pieces The idea did not meet the approval of Congress and af ter two samples had been made the dies were destroyed Searchers afteirare coins have for a long time had their eyes turned toward these two coins but until recently they were not for sale The coins in design resemble a silver dollar but are larg rlOn one side is a large head of Liberty sur rounded by fifteen stars On the reverse side isa spread eagleL New York SpeciaKto Philadel Record J v phia c jFor the Farmer No need of coloring matter for r H ithe butter now that the cows are on pasture If you have not the facilities for pasturing the hogs besure- that their pen is kept clean and they are free from lice The wellmatchedwork team should not only be about equal in weight but should be aboutjthe same size and have similar Sis positions Too heavy feeding sometimes causes paralysis in young pigs When such condition arises takeaway the corn and feed only skim thilkand bran Experiments by the Iowajex- perimental station on the feed ingot jsfiage to cattle show that the silagefed steers made fcprof Ji 2 iklt i t fr ET1 t jT 6 r it of 410 pet head while the sam grade of steers fedof the same food except silage lost 147 per head More silos should be built for summer use and it is not yet too late to plan for the crop The best results from the farm can only be obtained as the farmer studies the individual char acteristic of each field which he is cultivating Make every square rod of your farm yield its quota of profit Some use can be found for even the poor strips Study out how you can best use all your land Alfalfa makes good food and nesting for field mice This is no reason why you should not raise alfalfa but is a hint for you to be on guard against the miceNight hawks in the poultry house are found in the presence of those little red mites and in the lice that infest the hens If given free reign they will suck all your profits away Sheep on the farm are a pro fitable investment Not a farm so small but that there is room for a few and where a few are handled the proportion of profit is larger than with the large flockDont be so anxious to increase your acreage as you are to in rease the yield its quota of pro fit Some use ready own In tensive not extensive farming is giving the best returns nowa days Flies will bother cattle inspite- of all you can do but the pest can be mitigated by spraying the cattle each morning with the following mixture before they go to pasture To one gallon of kerosene oil add three ounces of creolin and five ounces of oil of tar Stir these ingredients thoroughly before using The most fruitful source of contamination in milk comes from the dust in the air For this reason top great care cannot be taken to have the barn as clean as possible and at milking time to have as little disturbance of the atmostphere as possible Handling of feed and hay should be deferred until after the milk has been removed from the barn to the milkhouse Herald Blasts You cannot have theideal life apart from living for ideals Christ is never lifted above men by being separated from them It is agOotlthingto undo packI ages of truth before you them at folks x The church as an end in itself is death as a tool is life and salvation The man who makes you think ofTieaven will need ho ticket at the gate The sickly saints are those who Jflting the devils feelings has some of the feelings in his heart Often that which we regard as- a terminus in life turns out to be but a station on Gods highway There are many hugging the delusion that a little public char f ity will cover a lot of private theft It is always easier to prescribe purging by fire for others than it is to endure aljttle plain waslr ing pfOiura Rams Hrn t cj fJJ lic4 tL J i l Il Ifr h With The S gest The common people believe without proofTacitus The losing side is full of sus picion Publius Syrus 1r Things past may be repented but not recalled Livy VL r Suspect the meaning adre gard not speeches Socrates i ltAn unbridled tongue is the worst of diseases Euripides IIt is delightful to take out of a great hoard Horace No one sees what is before his feet we all gaze af the stars = Cicero It is a difficult task to speak to the stomach because it Bath no earsCato- If thou speakest what thou wilt thou shalt hear what thou wouldst not Bias Amanwithout thought for the future must soon have present sorrow Confucius Even when the gates of prayer are shut the gates of tears are openHebrew proverb The man who ruined the Roman people was he who first gave then treats and gratuities PlutarchPower fortune mustcon cur with prudence and virtue to effect anything great in a polit ical capacity Plato Delicious fruit is pleasing to the taste but it is the tree that bears it which merits our es teem Abrabian maxim Laxafivlfor Women Free There isa great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should be put Tablets and pills salts etc are usually violent purgatives pr poefulonlyathoughtheymove the bowels and if a gentle laxativewill do it what is the use of a violentone earnedachildren and old folkspeople who must takeItmittedly the greatest stomach liver and peopleThedruggists womeninsuchlikeentirely upthethat they act naturally again That this offamiliesVa Mrs K L Stout of Louisville Ky inW111IamsCalof that place writes the whole townseems to be using it If the remedy is new to you and you buyingsendas below arid a free test bottle will be sent satisfactoryyouIf there Is anything about your ailment that you d nt 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 DrW B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello Ill IWhenyJur local merchant asks for a suit of clothes that he would Jiave been only too glad to sell you for fifteen dollars last year dont fool ishly imagine that he is trying to dp you The fact is the local merchants per cent of pr fiton that fifteen dollar suit would have far exceeded the profit that he is seeking on the twenty Idol larsuit The enormoUs increase in the tariff rate under the Al drich bill has brought about t isichange in conditions And yet we were promised a reduction In the tariff rates when our votes were wanted How do you who were deceived into trusting thOse who did this promising like the way in which the promise has been keptLarue Herald v Wh n money talks ifc is alwlys t sureof an audience Hfefe t- t 0 J j c r jkv Jr i FN I 1TH t tt SI ic Jj1 lJ iO I I Pi ir j 4 dli U NEWSL t 1 I Jit 4oodson LeWIS t 44 t Greensburg KeniuckyI 1 V Is NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH t r 4 t StudebakerIII 3ii L r L I = =WagonsAc airload of Oliver Chilled PlowsI A car load of y Disc Harrows Ci- x Acar load of Cultivators Corn Planters andll One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display it Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Countryready ipry Spring trade S J ft v LIME SALT AND CEMENT riI A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the LN R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to Sash Z t Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House 1 In the South a shipments+ 6t CLr44 + vvm+ 4- 4P1T i+ 1311os 9 116 E matrket St Set 1st Snook Ierituek czLe Cal Y 60+ Diffeitent stylesv f epee i in Stock + q Also i r ipofin iindsl4 Doors Blinds iPorchjInterior E Main Street- LOUISVILLE s KY l e4++ + + ++ + + +s+ I 0 AnwjIE U1i11e Cutlety Guns + WAGON MATE + tIlouisvil1e Telephone 2167 Both phones FENCE STANDARD STYLE SlXHEIGHTSI + It IE 7lU James Mcnzies t irW IfJ X 1OSTEOPATHY re sk ff tltIdtitI t ti 1 Jtt rCf DLfAEIQN AND EXAFiItlATOH a FREE 211215 s ds N ISIt r 1t Iftr 1 1 ttt 1j AT ESIEI CE Columbia Kentucky i N t f GadberryI The whistle of the thresher can be heard at thspiace Farmers are greatly behind with their work Z Darnell of Fairplay visited his daughter Mrs R T Gad berry atthis pl nightP Willie Bennett visited Master Marvin Bennett and Logan Sparks of Glensfork Saturday night and Sunday Mr Willis Loy and wife visit ed the latters parents Mr and Mrs Frank Strange at Glens fork Sunday Bro Thompson of Columbia preached a very interesting ser mon at Johnson School house SundayMr and Mrs J A Darnell visited the family of Ethridge Bennett Glensfork Sunday Messrs Wert and Lamos Loy Willie Bennett and Jas Gad berry of this place attended singing at Glensfork Sunday afternoonZ Bennett visited R S Thomas and family Sunday The singing at Smiths Chapel Sunday was quite a success Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was in con stant danger from wild beasts Today the danger as shown by A W Brown of Alexander Meis largely from dead ly disease If it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery which cured me 1 could not have lived he writes suf fering as 1 did from a severe lung trou ble and stubborn cough To cure sore lungs Colds obstinate coughs and pre vent pneumonia its the best medicine on earth 50c and 100 Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Trial bottle free Weed We are having some fair weather and the farmers in this section are putting in good time in their crops Mr Charlie Sparks our mer chant at this place is on the sick list Mrs Huston Roach was quite sick last week Miss Maggie Walker daughter of Mr Brud Walker of Nell opened her school at High Step Monday with a very fair attend ance v Mr and Mrs JL Moore are visiting their daughter Mrs L B Moss Rev B Y Wilson preached an interesting sermon at Prices Creek last Sunday to very good crowd RevH T Jesse and wife spent last Saturday at his daughters Mrs Tomie Shirley and attended services at Prices Creek Sunday Mr and Mrs W L Fletcher visited their parents Mr and Mrs J S Moore of Gradyville last Saturday night arid reported Mrs Moore who has been hrfee ble health for some tim better at this writing Mr KireBragg of Green county 1 spent last Saturday night with your reporter and informed us that there would not bea half crop made in Creen ccunty I thisyear Miss Pearl Garvin oL Cofum biaanda young manof Cumberland countywere the guests of Miss Susie and Mary Garvin last Saturday and Sunday Mr Warn Moore made a business trip to Columbia last week Mr Frank Firquin nd son Guyj spent Saturday night sand Sunday at Edmonton VMr and Mrs Jkthanl Moore k F t IL Worn Women needtonica ofCarduiwomenhavetriedbenefit it has been to them Try itdont experiment use this reliable ofttried medicine TAKEIJ 33 The Womans Tonic afterwatdwrotepain breathIwellTrySTORES1iand Mrs Fannie Harper were the guests of Mr and Mrs Billie Grider last Sunday Mrs J E Moore and Mrs George Cole were the guests of Mrs Tom Cole last Monday Otho Moore attended Sunday School at Morris Chapel last Sunday Mr Willie Cole was the guest of Mr Porter England last Sun dayMr Warn Moore and family were the guest of Mr J H Moore and family last week Joppa v The health of this community is not very good at this writing Corn crops are looking very promising in this vicinity Mr John Brockman was visit ing at the Russell Springs last Sunday Mrs Dave Willin and daugh ter nary are very sick at this writingSeveral from this place attend ed the Sunday School Convention at Glenville July 3 and every body reported nice time Miss Tina Brockman who has been visititing at Campbellsville and Lebanon returned home July 1st accompanied by her uncle a Mr Loy IMr Eldridge Barger who has been in school at Bowling Green returned home June 26th I v Too True v The poor girls in the world are those not taught how to work says an exchange Rich parents have petted them and they have been taught to despise labor and to depend upon others for a living and are perfectly helpless The most forlorn women belong to this class It is the duty of the parents to protect their daughters from this deplorable condition They do them a great wrong if they neglect it Every daughter should be taught to earn her own living The wheel of fortune rolls swiftly around the rich are likely to become poor and the poor rich Skill added to labor is no disadvantage to the rich and is indispensable to the poor Welltodo parents educate their daughters to work No reform is more imperative than this jltis settled that the Columbia Fair will open Tuesday August 17 The Executive Gbmmittee and the Secreta 3Fare now afcwork iperfecting all ar rniETilnt8 4r tifJ b 1i rtn ISIDE TALKS WITH BROKERS But for slumps you could not appreciate a rise Every time you make an assignment blame it on Fate One way to whitewash yourself is to blacken your accusers In a business deal say only half you think and think only half you sayMind your own businessand keep your eye on neighbors too if he is in the same line Never help a friend out of a hole for to every man a sense of obligation is insupportable The millionaire remember worked hard for his pile You will have to work harder to get it away from him The difference between the bathroom and Wall street sponge is that out of the latter nothing can be squeezed Sees Mother Grow Young It would be hard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Dan forth Me Although past 70 she seems really to be glowing young again She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At last she could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her up and all remedies failed till Electric Bitters worked such wonders for her health They invigorate all vital or gans cure Liver and Kidney troubles induce sleep impart strength and appetite Only 50c at Paull Drug Co The Pojtical Disorganization Political affairs in the United States are so complicated as far as old issues and former party pol icies are concerned that they maybe compared to the Sargasso Sea a mere swivel of detached vege tation driftwood and wreckage of past decades says the Cincin 1Withly requesting constitutional pro visions for its enactmeut it can be seen they have been swept in to what they themselves fourteen years ago termed a Populistic current With Democrats voting consistently in everchanging dai ly detachments for protection they are markers o f the directions of Republican tides of sentiment and their prevailing force in former Denocratic waters Wh Republican organization in the House and Republican Fi nance Committees in the Senate can nly secure their control and pass their measures by negotiat dngfor the support of some mem berg of the opposite party it is partyalignents yepandthe questions of 61 i l Iinn 1J differences will be supplanted by new ones that willlchange party thought sentiment action an declaration ir If the camels head of protection has entered the tent of fthej Democratic party to stay then fig the Republican party has lostits1y monopoly in its attraction anoH has exchanged it for the Trojan X horse of the progressives filled with those who are armed against the Republicanism of New En j gland New York New Jersey rand Pensylvania The two Re publican currents swirling around i in this malstrom are representa tives of two oPPeosingstreams of thought that can never again unite except through the domi nating force of one or the other t IEIther New England and the master the Middle West politically and compel as isent and submission to their ideas V or the progressives of the Middle West in logical maintenence of the ideas of the Middle West must control the East within the partyorganization Lincoln said the republic could not exist half free and half slave The Repub lican party is doomed to destruc Lion when it divides on the ques r tion of protection as it does now Bitter as is the disappointment of those Dem ocrats who with heart and soul have striven to se J cure the enactment of an income tax it is a safe prediction that when time shall have mellowed their disappointment they will re alize that even in defeat they have gained no small part of the victory The income tax which they proposed contained all thatY is embodied in the corporation tax amendment fathered b y President Taft and in addition there to provision for a similar tax on the incomes of individuals when they exceed 5000 a year It has been estimated by the Fed eral actuaries that the proposed income tax would raise a revenue r of 70000000 a year Feeding Green Bone Many suggestions are offeredI from time to time as to how to induce laying Some of these sug gestions are valuablesome other wise Among them all it must always be kept in mind that feedl ing is the foundation of every thing in egg production Eggs are made only out of certain ma terials that compose the eggs Chief of these is the element of protein If this protein element is not supplied sparingly there will be few eggs If hens dont get any protein they will cease to lay v Green bone such as you can get at any market is perhaps c the typical feed for eggs Production It has all the requisite T elementsin available form All r that is requIredIS cut it ands supplyit as needed f By intelligent feeding along this line pullets should begin lay ing by November and should con jv tinue to lay all winter yielding eggs in quantity when they bring the best prices Keep always in f mind that the best layers maybe reduced to poor layers even non l layers by a kind of starvation process that will still allow the hen to grow fat There is little danger of this if the green bones Jhabit be once formed Ex V How to GollectYour Accounts 15 fWe collect notes accounts and cliiiiiMi anywhere in the Un ted Stat 8iiand make no charges unlees we coliecbC Wntetopi Uz jMAY 9 COLLIatSTION AGENCY ff253m Somr3rxet g J f r c I = TiIsB I t s yCJ i pp I rt e tI iWL JtTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSJ i r I AVi iiit r J tIt If 1c lriHENRY WATTERSON Editor i I Is a National Newspaper Demoeraticin iV x L PMy Theeregular price is 100f 1 a year but you can get the WEEKLY r JOURNALI NEWS YEARre I f 4e 1 IiDaily CourierJournal Yr 600 1 Sunday CoorierJournal rS2 oolWe can gIve you a combination cut ration Daily prruundayif ou will write ltk y 11 i itIII S this paper 1I 4 j j 0 0 ooee 0 ee ee Ot e e0e e00 rt l V V l lW wv7ii 7i l irI fI Ij l Ts mir 7iC7r niasvi Eiftli Avenue H0t r IK v m l MGRP CD m Refurnished Redecorated andI v- vi n modied A Firstclass Hotel at PopuT I lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 7iC w and Retail Districts Churches and 71 Theaters nFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE Iti 0 EW 1v rFIFrHAVENUEBETGREENANDWALNUTSTflEETS 2l1 r vP r v 7n Ic Louis+i11eKentucky V lV V Zv S f T i 7 I fLr-a 7I2 217 i ji I 7I71 tSj nSSS wrKv t 1 t to The Louisville Trusts I l Company and Markets L01JISVILLEr Organized under h special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of f busieess is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee t Receiver and to fill every plai f tion of trust that can be held by an individual I I It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar t tialand profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strengthrt t 3E30E3 3ID0E3ai3 s33E 3CJ8IDJ8IIE3E 1 I 0 F11T4c JIIGc1v11 IK 1W A T G fi m R E S fl Repairedi y JT I Cash for Old Gold and Silver I Owen Paul cOS Drug w Itoebion SfiotteColum bia Ky- r3E3EE j3C39OE AE E rr lOUISVILLEMARKETS1 Latest notations on Live StockC- ATTLEJ 2 i Shipping steer H 50025 i Beef steers 3505 75 tf Fat heifers and cows 3 50525 i Cuttersr or22o350 1f Cannersrl u 140225 Bulls J t 2OO450 IOi+ 350500i 50rwftj J i Choice mlIcb cows ri4mon 350042 00 to fair cows 15003500 HOGSr 785kumli 665MtBp I r r r t ICt 1II Southwest over Fifth Pay downj850IjCulls i 800825 475IGoiumbia Market fPoutTity fe x Eggsr 15 Crukeys rV v y v 58jOhickensvA IJ uV 1 v 10 Oi5IWheat 1 3j ornr i1Y M1e 8cf fiavorinspices r Mrswt G 4tSk t r a J I u K Gfadyville r oi ljtou1at this place lastweek Miss Della Mitchell of Columbia was calling on hers friends at this place the first of the week James Diddle spent last Sun day aPortland We failed to get your mail one day last week onx account of high waterkMissSarah Shirrell is visiting relatives at Campbellsville this week r attendedeat East Fork last Sunday Rev G Dockery filled the pul pit with an interesting sermon Austin and James Wilmore spent last Sunday in Greens burg Diddle Parson closed a deal with J H Smith for a large amount of wheat at satisfactory price last week QjpMessrsspending a few days this week with our farmers trying to buy their last years crop of dark tobacco ccRevregular appointment here las Sunday with an interesting ger mon foOurregular trips to our town last week and secured good loads Eo produce tr t r We are glad tor note that pur farmers got all o their wheat in the stack last week before the heavy rains reached usJ Mrs J R McAfee and amily in company with Miss Ltfja Da vis all of Louisville are visiting the family of Ir C O Qssof our city this week r takemn violently sick one this week tiDJ1thabe up agaipiq a few days t Mr W E Rousseau of Glas gpw the wellknown insuranqp man spent a day or so in our Greenis burg last Wensday and reports the growing crops looking fine in Green countync Durham Bros of Campbell ville bought and received ofJ F Pendleton at this place a carload 6f lambs last week Price not known Wt e have heard considerable talk around our stores about t growing crops of command tOe bacco in this section looking so badly We must say here that the corn and tobacco that your re porter has noticed is looking fine and especially the crops that have been cultivated Mr D C Wheeler one of our nest farmers was in our to wnJone day last week and informed us thathe never had a better prospect for a good crop and also Mr Tim Corbin the man th lives on one of his farms has a fine prospect fora good crop These kind of men are never be hi dwith their work Let do more work and less gru m blirig We 1uststate here when t Hull days come around to our merchants as we all know such days does come and when you see the merchants and such men Flauw ers with their ftrIi1in utensils 1outp rFt r s A Good Painter with Poor Paint gets Poor Resuitf s A Poor Painter with Good Paint gets Better Results wJ 5 But a good painter with annalPI88n 80al ealntl can produce results in every way satisfactory I GREEN SEAL PAINT will go furthejywgg longer look better andactually save t e consumer 15 to 25on a job of painting i v FOR SALE YyJeffries Hardware Store m W F JEFFRlES 6 SONS PROPS v the weeds and grass it certainly m anssomething poahigh priced tobacco and corn or bread for their families is the problem The time comec that you see n o one loafing around our stores We dont remember of ever seeing people eager to work as they have been this season Our farmers are paying one dollar per day for hands to cut the weeds and gras out of their corn and tobac and it is a difficult matter to chsecuretUncle Thomas Grady and wife CJwhor the past year and Who re moved to their sons W fProved ek br so Uncle Thomas informed your reporter that ne was feeling bet ter thorn he had for several months We trust that it will only be a question ofa shot time until they both will have their wanted strength again Mr W W Yates who left us a few months ago to visit hiPchildren i n Texas returned to j our IiLace lastSundoYMr Yates 1 islodking fine and repbfts the Keniuieky people allgetting lorig nicely Mr Yates also ihfermed ImIiWe niust say here in conclusion that we dorit remember of ever Seeing arriy one ipso short a ti MoYates lies Viir v GlensforkI Crops m this section are grow ing very rapid sand sois the weeds Wheat crops are fine in this section5VThere is several cases of fever in this locality heThe Sunday School Conventi on YIIWplenty of dinner for all arid several fine speeches were given Glensfork noted both far at pear for its generous bighearted people G Campbell of Dingo was visiting at GR Abrers from Saturday till Monday atwhas re turned home from an extended visit to Creelsboroj Mrs Brute f Hays who has fuDr several months jsr not improving very fast Ii returnedlngsT Schoo will rcommence ne 1londay t Gl psforl wti fst Flora Powell teacher The party at Mr Jphnie Helms r r vcr 1ti I r was rveryrted a Miss Eliza Strange was shop pi jjjMisseslor were at Crocus Monday of last week Mr Grant Collins made a busi ness trip to Columbia Thursday Mr John Sandusky and wife were visiting the Iatters parents last Sunday Mr F A Strange wife and ildren of Rugby rvisited the jSLformersaturday and Sunday Rev Black filled his regular appointment at Glenville Sunday i v Mr Johnnie Grfder wife and little son Earl visited jii Russell county last Friday night I4I Tortured ra Horse For ten years couldnt ride a horse without being in torture from piles writes L S Napier of Rugless Ky when all doctors and other remedies i irreSaltIRheum Corns 25c Guaranteed 1 y aull Drug Co Jogpa r Ther farmers of this sectioiiarei workIarid corn is looking fine b Vf ft u veeevening by IIgutnIngc+ rv V daughtQer Miss Cary who 4ave been very low with fever is slowly improv ng tMiss Belle iJr of Cane Valley visited her sister Mrs Mont Conover last Saturday and SundayvsPrbf N W Miller and wife Columbia were visiting Mr Ff G Willis and family this wee Prof L C pabeil of Dunn yule was visiting his mother Mrs A E Cabell last Saturda and Sunday Eld W G Montgomery is holding a series ollimeeting Shiloh 7 v vieitindg last Tuesday night We are now having one of the best Sunday Schools at Zion we have had for many years M G B Yates Supt Miss Effie Conover was wis 1 ingMiss Nancy Willis last Si urday nightV r Aunt Polly Montgomery the oldest lady pf our ccommunity a3 beett confined to Her bed for the past two weeks but is up again W W Kitfley our uptodate merchant at thisplceis doing aMod business now TrXtutup S now owns n st string yerjnthlM1ssNell TuPrnan who fy fy2 5 551tjLS 3E3aCBcooe jJONESa a w ft 5 jj M A Special attention given to Dentistry nd fall diseases which the dumb brute is heir W w t J Phone Residence 96 Bgw COLUMBIA fe B J KYQ 38CJeGHQt been teachirig in Georgia has returned homeV+ fl utJ c ri EIF n jI i pi The health o r this q community isvery nod Thapastr week rbeing dry en abled the farmers to get their Crops mostly worked opt Mrs Herschel Dunbar is visit ng her father and brother at Bryan this week tantfbid wito2 nicabunch of cattle TtJi H Stephens and a Mr Mc Cormack of Hustonville bought 174 nice sheep tom our dealers C Stephens andsHarris last week price private h 1JV i RenaB Stephens andbrotherf of ustoiwlIe are visiting rela tives and friends Injfchis neighbor hood this week DrJ M Blair Republican candidate for Legislature made a politicaltrip tp Liberty Monday i C r Ida May Bmtmer who is sick and stayiriithhersiister Mrs rovingfi fewkdaysy ago buying produce VA D Dunbar of Ono and H TY129 worth of ginseng and yellow root theaday setfor the Republican voters to meet here to nominate a can didate for Magistrate Hustle Up candidates and get your votes out Mr J R Carson salesman grocersra ys ago niceLweekfeVVSees Mother Grow Young It would be hard to overstate the wonderful change in my mother since she began to use Electric Bitters writes Mrs W L Gilpatrick of Dan fprth Me Althoughpast 70 she seems really to jbe giowing young again She dyspepsIaforeat drink nor sleep Doctors gave her and all remedies failed till Mectric Bitters worked such wonders for her orina Induce sleek impart strength and appe aSte Cfoly5tteatPiiiilLIrug Co j 11 S