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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1IIflkf r iIf Fhrt4 r f J i bit pnnICti4 jf- t s riT VOLUME XII t COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTilCKV t WEDNESDAY JULY 28 1909 1 NUMBER 37 3 IReturned After FortySix Years Baker brother of Judge H C Baker reached Columbia last Thursday after an absence of fortysix years He resides at Rey Mo where he has lived for many years 4n inci dent occurred in the history of his life a short time before he left Columbia that is remembered by many citizens of this place It was on the day that General Morgan and his command reached Columbia From an upstairs room in the brick house which stood on the Butler corner of the square the Con federates could be seen on the Burkes vile pike Jim Baker as he was fa miliarly lIed at that time Ben Lee Hardin and some other young men were in this room and it was suggested that Jthey take a shot at them They fired and the position they occupied was no iicedby the advanced guard Baker was wearing a long white duster and I in a few minutes after the shots Confederates rapidly rod e upon the square went to the building and captured the boys Bakers white dust er furnishing the mark for their iden tity They were carried back of the old Clerks office and an order wasfigiven to shoot them Messrs Tim vens Junius Caldwell and Nat Gaither all Southern sympathizers were noti fled of the death warrant and they pleaded with Gen Morgan and finally succeeded in getting the young men released Had it not been for the ap perance of Cravens Caldwell and Gaither who knew Mprgan personally JBaker and Hardin would have been resting in the city cemetery Mr Baker will remain here several I months visiting relatives and friends djall of whom were glad to see him 41 L iv Pea Ridge Fair c yjv The Exhibition will begin at 9a m Saturday August 14 promptly and continue to late in the afternoon em f bracing one of the best Base Ball Games ever witnessed in Columbia It is Columbia vs Grady ville and hard work will follow The program con tains many laughable shows and sub stantial premiums will be given for many of the smaller animals and ath L etic feats The air will be full of merriment and those who attend will be more than compensated for the price of admission The Fair will do you good The Columbia Brass Band will render music that will enchant your very soul At L W T S Park 1 Paul Hughes Pres r V Leon Lewis Treas yLAlvin Lewis Directort Count Stults Director t Witness the ball game Thursday at the IL W T S Park Ladies free GentS 15 cents Columbia vs Ozark t r 101 Years oldIn 4 Drl TRTm Voils who lives near Russell Springs is the oldest person in this part of the Stated He was one hundred and 7 one years of age last January and is V in splendid healthft this times He is js active as man at sixty and can read wjthout glasses Appar ijently none of his faculties are impared and he still enjoys a good practice at his profession He is the father of twentyone children but four or five died in early life the others are living but a number of them are in other States The list of his grand children and great grand children is not obtain able now but would run into the hun dreds Recently he worked a day in tobacco patch fMr John Stearns who was the sur r veyor of Tulaski county was shot and killed by his sixteen year old son laste r Friday The boy had disobeyed his father and was being chastized He suddenly jerked loose ran to the dwelling secured a gun shot and killed his father The dead man had made sev eral visits to this county in years past stopping at the home of Mr J N Mur relir Apparently he was a peaceable lawabiding citizen and his friends her regretted to hear of his death and the manner in which he was taken The colored Methodist District Con ference which was in session in the su burbs of Columbia all last week closed last Sunday night It was an interesting gathering and much important work was accomplished Rev Hays was the f Presiding Elder Sunday afternoon Rev J W Martin who is the Presi f dent of a Colored College at Madison ville delivered a very entertaining ser mon atjihe Courthouse which was list ened tdby a great many white person 4At the close of the dis course a sum of m was raised which is to be expend Jled in the education of Bradley Waggen Jv cr a likely looking colored boy of this I place He will be sent to Madisonville Se in Columbia next Saturday after inoonr and witness a great game betwfeen Columbia and Cane Valley 11 i fSJI Broke seven at Greensburg Two very interesting games of base ball were played at Greensburg last Friday and Saturday Columbia against the home team Fridays game was w Tonround playing Columbia had the contest won easily but lost on errors The score stood 8 to 9 Saturdays game was one of the best ever played on an aniature diamond GreensbUsr up a stubborn fight butAColumom won with the bat each m emberofthe Columbia club especialpraise Winfreys deserVingI the right field was one of ever made Holladay at second made two sensational plays Rosenfield caughts fine game Judds pitching was too much for Greensburg He would 4iae scored a shut out had it not been for an error Greensburg only made three hits off his delivery Frazier made a senational catch after a hard r hunshort Cailison at third was at his best a bndman put up a star game at first Young ccepted two difficult chances left field His throw from deep left eld to home plate was the best ever seen on local grounds The followingin the score by endings FRIDAYS GAME Columbia AB R H PO A E F brazier2bWinfrey rf 4 13 0 0 0 T Judd ss 5y 13 12 2 R Judd cf and p 5 OS1 0 0 1 Hindman Ib 4 0 18 0 2 Cailison 3b 4 r i 3 2 0 R bosenfieldMinton If 210000Youngp and cf 30110134 8 1U24 8 8 Green1u ABRH PO A E 0JVi1so 11t 4 221 1 1 L Gumm rf V5 i lQ 0 0 Cox c 21 1 90 0 sMarcumG Gumm 4pr3 231S S tkaggsLarimore 2b 4 00 2 3 0 36 9 11 2783I 123456789Columbia 22000030 8 GreensburgS 10005102 Xr9 Two base hits Winfrey and Marcum Base on balls off Young 4 off Shreve 1 Struck out by Young 5 by Shreve 5 by Judd 3 in 1 inning Stolen base IJ Judd Cailison and Frazier Sacrifice MintonYoungandWinfrey Juddto Hindman Umpire Cravens SATURDAYS GAME Columbia AB R H PO A E Frazier cf 4 1 1 2 00Winfrey rf 3 0 f1 Al 0 T Judd ss 3 1 1 432Holladay 2b t 4 12 2 30- R Judd p y 40 2cO i o Galliffon 3b j 4 0 0 14 2 1 Hindman Ib 4 00 6 0 0 Rosenfield c 4 1 0 6 0 0 Young If 3 122 0 0 335827 10 3 Greensburg AB R H PO A E Rucker rf 4000 00Wilsonp 4 10 0 50Larirapre 2b 4 0 1 3 1 1 Moore Ib 1 J 30 1 13 0 0 Sandridge If 40 10 00Shreve 3by 4 002 10Skaggs ss t 3 000 20 0Cox32132712 2 Innings 123456789 Columbia 20002000 15Greensburg 00000000 11Base on balls off Judd 1 Hip by pitcher by Wilson 1 Sacrifice hits Fraizer Winfrey T Judd and Young Sacrifice fly Moore StQlen base Win frey 2T Judd 2 and Fraizer Struck out by Judd 7b Wilson 6 Missed 3d strikes Cox Double plays Holladey to- T Judd to Hindman Winfrey to Hind man Shreve unassit Umpire Cra vens We yearn that a difficulty occurred at Militown last Sunday between Ad Irvine and Ed Littrell in which the lat ler was considerably cut on the armi Little Eva Walker entertained at i croquet one afternooii last week in honor of Miss Mildred Walker of GradyVille The following took part in the game Misses Grace Conover Mary Myers Ruth and Latitia Eaull 1Marthwere served after the game The oc casion was very enjoyable to the par ticipants rialPIaYIlDgSaturday afternoon anot f ilto witnee the contest V hialbncJlhlnb1fll 1T5 f The Wheat Contest Last year just about seeding time I undertook to grouse some interest in the production of wheat in this county t by getting up an organization known as he Adair County Farmers Club This proposition was not introduced early enough to accomplish much the first year but several good farmers joiiie and within a few weeks the result of the first effort will begin and will fully demonstrate the worth of such a move A premium of 10 was offered thetman who produced the most wheat on two acres and 5 for the next highest andIc 2n in The News Office at 9 a m at which time it is hoped that every member can make a report and the premiums be paid The late introduction of this proposition last year was a serious but while only a few took membership yet some good reports will e made from the great good to be accomplished by such an organization This year it must be made larger and more effective One hundred members ought to be readily secured This is a splendid country for small grain and instead of sending money out of the county to get wheat and flour we ought to send wheat after the cash It will e done where the farmers decide to do it This year the club ought to offer 100 to 150 in premiums and in my judgmentshouldbe for the most wheat produced on two five and ten acres and also for the largest number of ls on any number of acres The membership fee is only 100 and every farmer ought to enlist in this movement The Mill men and dealers fertilizers in this county will be ask edto make liberal contributions to the fund and beyond a doubt they willire spond Every man who believes in this move and who wants development on uch lines is asked to join and to assist n securing others This must be done aitheo hesitate if the club dces what it is designed todo Every member ought to bring in some new members at our meeting and all the farmeas who want to encourage wheat raising arerequest ed to meet with us and join in the movement f on the first Monday in August If you cant be present send me your name and address and you will be nrolledthe dollar can be paid later CS Harris Jtolumbia will play Ozark Thursday at330 p m admission 15c At L W T S Park Ladies free Master Creel Beck was nine years old last Thursday and the occosioh was duly celebrated Invitations were ex yUIigfriendswhen they all arrived the Beck home was alive with merry faces and happy hearts Refreshments were served many games and a general good time all round Creel received many nice presents Mr John McFarland who lives at Rowena on Cumberland river was here last week When asked about theicorn prospects in his section he said Corn Iboks badly in the river bottoms 1 do not think I will make more than a half crop though some corn growers inmy locality differ with me and say there will be a good crop Mr Ben F Tupman so we are informed began cutting his tobacco crop on the 21st This is the first and only tobacco we have heard of that is ready fortheknife but our informant stated that it was large and well matured This cutting is full six weeks in advance of other years Mr A Damron sold a carload of walnut Ipgs last week in Campbells ville to some exporters ndat this writing it is more than probable that said logs are riding the billows of the Atlantic headed for Old Germany Mr Damron received a good price Miss Mary Elizabeth Hancock celebrated her o r birthday last Friday afternoon Quite a number of her lit tle friendswere invited and several hours were happily spent Refreshments were served and Miss Hancock received many nice presents Judge Junius Hancock received a letter Friday night from Lakeland stating tEat Mr1 W D Cave this county who was sent to the asylum lowrstman La1celanq1AS good and that her mental condition- inproving Ts rapidly f Columbia Fair August 17 to 20th Dbnt forget the date rf tifttr 7l a 0 r 1r Been Married Fiftyfive Years Mr R P Breeding and wife who live at Breeding have been married fiftyfive years and so far as our in formation goes all these years have been happily spent Their children are married and are housekeeping to themselves but they caUat the old home occasionally and there is a happy seventyeightseveritysix They take a great deal of pride in their home one of the most inviting in Adair county and where the weary traveler often stops and is refreshed with an elegant meal and is furnished with the coolest and purest of water Mr Breeding was in Co lumbia Thursday and informed The i ews that nothwithstanding himself and wife were getting along in years they both desired to keep pace with the times and would in a short time lay concrete walks about their premises Mr Breeding is a son of Rev James Breeding who died at the age of eigh tythree years and who perhaps married more couples and officiated at more funerals than any other one minister whoever lived in Adair county He was also a man who practiced what he preached and was ever ready to lend a helping hand to those who needed assist nce He believed that giving to the poor was the cardinal principle of religion hence no man in distress ever left his home empty handed He was also a liberal giver to his Church and- ot other laudable enterprises When he died he left a small estat could have died in fine circumstances but he preferred to divide with the Lord His like is not often seen in this day and time MTss Bettie Lewis the wellknown reader who has many friends in Co lumbia arrived last Saturday night Program Of the Centennial Meeting to be held t the Christian Church Columbia Ky n Sunday the 8th day of August 1909 1030 1 Song by the congregation My faith looks up to Thee 2 Invocation J S Stanley 3 SongHow Firm a Foundation 4 Reading and prayer by the pastor 5 SongUO thou fount of every blessing 6 Purpose of the day W R Myers 7 Address Religious conditions one hundred years ago M R Gabbert 8 Song Alas and did my Savor bleed 9 Origin and Plea of the Restoration Movement Z T Williams 10 Barton W Stone by Horace Jeff ries AFBER NOON SESSION 2 OCLOCK 1 Address Alexander and Thomas Campbell jS Stanley 2 Address J S Sweeney U L Taylor 3 Walter Scott Mrs Z T Wil liams 4 Racoon John Smith Junius Hancock 6 John T Johnson F J Barger EVENING SESSION 8 OCLOCK 1 Address One hundred years of history J S Stanley 2 How shall we honor the memory of the Pioneers Tobias Huffaker There will be some good songs enter spersed though the program and some EveryIespecially invited to be present WANTEDHickory logs and hichory lumber at the Bassett Hardwood Lum ber Co Columbia Ky383t MrWT Reece and son of Cofer Metcalfe county who are engaged in the mercantile business at that place were in Columbia last Saturday Mr Reece will remove to Breeding this county in a few months and open up a general line of goods for the people of that section Fix up your colts and mules If you have good ones The Columbia Fair offers the premiums If you want to be entertained hear Miss Bettie Lewis She will appear at the courthous this Tuesday evening Missionary Rally A missionary Rally will be held at Glensfork Methodist Church the first Sunday in August preaching at 11 oclock by Rev R L Tally District Evangelist Preaching at 230 by Rev A R Kasey jF Black PC 9pbythan the average county F iranq breakes its own record on this line r The management of the tU81 Springs are exp ting avery larg e eIt opens Tuedy ug 3 Dd continues J t J 4 1 Wi In I Just Before the Battle Boys The following lines were written by J request Those who ara familiar with the game of baseball will readily understand and appreciate them They were composed just after the game here between Columbia and Liberty The names of the players are familiar Shall we march down upon the town Come boys what do you say Now wouldnt it be nice to take A little Holladay Well beard the lion in his den To take him in hisjair With Cailison upon the run While we are playing FairorTheres Winfrey Grissom and their Young I So smite them hip and thigh Would be a picnic for us boys Well bag them all or try To play our King will be the thing Also our Woodenrun Then wont it be a jolly time Of course well be at themsome To luck their Roseinfield mAndMay seem a little tough to some But we are so inclined We love the boys but like to have A little bit of fun Yet theyll be grieved before we leave To know that we have Dunn And when the battles ended boys OjE victory to tell Your Fraizer Judas and may be Moore May walk and toll the Bell AFTER THE BATTLE BOYS We had oiflrHumphrey well admit A Wright two Aliens too With banner trailing in the dust We met our Waterloo In vain we tried our bonds to break And set free sByWe longed for Liberty f J T J neso M on tpe ler Ky Meet me at the Columbia Fair Considerably Hurt Mr NtR Waggener of this place met with a very serious accident last Thursday He was on the farm of Mr John N Conover and was assisting in storing hay in a barn He made a mis hloftbody He was conveyed home and now confined to his bed 1 Mr and Mrs E C Murrell loses a Son The Portales Times New Nexico contained the following notice of the death of an infant whose parents were former residents of Adair county Died Edwin C Murrell Jr the little thirteen month old son of Mr and Mrs E C Murrell Saturday July LOth after a very brief illness The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church the services being conductecLby Rev G W Dunlap of the Presbyterian church Mr and Mrs Murrell who live near Portales have the sympathy Qf many frienls The James Shelby Show gave two ex hibitions in this city last Monday and while it lays Jno claim to sensational features yet the entertainment a well worth the admission price Quite a number of new feats were performed which met the hearty approbation of those present The trapees work is fine while the comedy is up t6 shows of larger proportion It is a clean pro gramme and rendered in an interesting mannerIcal attractions will be on the Columbia Fairground uring its four days The Teachers Institute is in session and Columbia is full of teachers TheI exercises during the week will be inter esting and instructive and the attendance should be large every body being invited There will be1 many education al talks and the music will be good- SProf Willis arrived in due time and i in charge ITh Columbia Fair offers 1500 Iflu Mr Millard Collins who was bereft Of his devoted wife1 a few days ago takes tins method of thanking all thos e- who lere SO during her illness Friends who stand by one In distress are to be remembered and he will nev j er forget them He tenders his prcr foirndestgratitute The thoroughbreds toulei and plug horses will ot1 eirpart tryirigto brcife the record at The Columbia FairLThere wijl be a chance for some J to get a beautimul neclace worth fiO if she is I good rider Fred fiill of t Paull Drug Cpmpany otters it M if t l Beginning Monday of last week ahd Jcontinuing until Wednesday afternoon 27000 p Were received in the Louis vmekark t 5071 hogs and 2682 cat tIe The attention of shippers is called to this fact Hogs to bring the top price must weigh 165 pounds and up not just 165 pounds Buyers want an average weight on the top end of at least 185 or 190 pounds hence shippers must not expect to buy hogs in the country that average 170 pounds that p v shiping f Do not fail to be at the cpurthouseb h this Tuesday evening Miss Bettie Lewis will entertain The Campbellsville colored base ball team came over to Columbia last Fri day in answer to a challenge sent by the colored nine of this place The gama was called at 3 oclock in the afr ternoon and when it closed the score stood 19 to 1 in favor of Campbellsville The pitcher of the Columbia club says the game would have been more interesting if he had been backed by eight r en who could have played t Mr L B Cain sold to R F paull one pair of yearling mules for 225 he bought one pair from J C Dohoney son 220 he sold to John C Holla day six head of cattle for 10546 to C C Stephens three cows for 7500 to Owen Hardesty one cow for 3700 to Attis Pickett one cow for 3000 to Uriah Bradshaw one cow for 27QQ to Leslie Tandy one cow for 3740f Miss Bettie Lewis who will enter tamat the courthouse this Tuesday evening taught elocution in Columbia some years ago making many friends A large audience should hear her Mr W D King who has been abr ent from Columbia for the past six or ight weeks is now in Louisville He has recently been on a prospecting touV f all the States west of Louisville He expects to take a position as traveling salesman for a wholesale house and re main in Kentucky Messrs Geo Nell and J N Coffey met him a few days ago and he informed them that Be weeJsComehave been expecting you J Three hundred dollars offered by the Saddlerarness Last Saturday week the Republicans in the Little Cake and White Oak pre cincts met to nominate a candidate for magistrate S P Sullivan was a can didat for renomination and James Burton was his opponent When the count was made it was found that each aspirant had equal number of votes aid a nomination was not made JJEld Z T Williams was sick last Sunday and was not able to fill his ap pointments at the Christian church Presbytenian pit at evening delivering a very able discourse Born to the wife of J H Willis July 24 a daughterS On account of four bank statements greatdealover until this week The picnic given at the Fair Grounds to the children of the Baptist Sunday r School was laixelyfattended and very much enjoyed There was an abund ance ef every thing good to eat and the day was most delightfully spent The children were conveyed to the grounds on hay wagons Mr M Q Stevenson is the first grow er to present this office with a water melon t The Cane ValleV Cjb plays a fine game of ball It will meet Columbia Jr at LindseyWilson campus next Saturday fafternoon r STaAYEDOne Duroc Jersey sow pig 60 to 75 pounds red with a few black spots Please notify me Thos 0 Patteson Columbia Ky Any man over fifty years old can get f a 10 pair of pants by winning the riding contest at the Columbia Fair Isermah the tailor of Campbellsviile tffers them made to fit lE WG Montgomery of the C Chtian Church closed avery succes i fbl meetIng at Sniloh a few daysjagoi Tfaereweye bout forty additions to the Christian Church twenty by confewion v aiidltwenly who joined from other 65iv n Jmiriationfi Rev RLtTal1yc1od a very inters Citt 7 n conversions and 1ourt f ditIsto the letliod JJptiroh tiY1 t t Rtt It Lf l r rt TH1 z I i J t J r 2 THE ADAlft COUNTY NEWS un k Iii THECULUMBIA III ASSN III Will Soon Have its Out The PREMIUM LIST be attractive and the people will have an opportunity to witness keen competition with some of the best stock in the State Watch out for it I H G17T8 192Q 09 II 34 EPlx Up for a good Premium aQtJi ii a Four Days of Pleasure ALLE WALKER Presi S HARRIS Secry d t PREMIUM LIST VCOLUMBIA FAIR r Ihg t FIRST DAY E TUESDAY AUG 17 it i CLASS t 1 rj Best display of apples II i J 00 2If n tiears 00 r3n n n peaches 100 100t5 tt display of grapes o 00 6cantelQPes 2 1 00 7Also 8 9 10 and 11 Special by W F Jeffries Sons Hardware Merchants and promoters af agricul S tune Best half bushelof white wheat t00- 8Best half bushel red wheat v 100 9oath v j I 001 X10one dozen ears white corn A 00oI 11Yellowcorn J 00 t y 2n II half dozen OnIons 00 l 3sweet potato v i a 00 rl4n n n n Irish potatoes fenivi J 00 y 1 5 n three heads of cabbage v r I 00 i 6one dozens tomatoes v v V J OO k 17 r display of vegetables vAjX it t 50 r 18one half dozen beets V J t 00 fiCLASS B s s 1 SHEEP L J9Bestbuck U 500 Special by Young Brosdealers in live stockandstaple t t ColumbiaKa20Bestewe lv i5S oo j By same partie- s21Best v v r buck andtwo ewes ji 5 OO J r I I Special by Parsons Sons Blacksmiths and rsciehtifictr fX r J horse shoers Columbia Ky V NV f t i7 r ji OLASS C r r Jr HOGS r 1 72Best boar one year old andover r 5Q rkt4z Special by John oN Conover farmer and stock raiser 1f l t oldt i v v5 OQ r x Specially E L Sinclair Co Wholesale and retailH 1V merchants t A0t i4Best sow one year old andover i I J v jjZ 5q J CourtClerkm J fJ t7 llth UdalDtrt 24i B estSQwun dId V v f 500 j0 4 t Columbiai 1Jeo + t r 1000x t j V Special by H B Ingram Sons dealers in general Jttt i y merchandise vvi JH tf 26Best boar any age I k rr J OOO i Special by TRStuItsj Clerk andcandi j PuntyCourt 4fiC r r date for relection one most courteous Clerks in iv r t t Kentuckyi K lcid by EHo s dealer in general merchandise 2Jx o t all J field seeds r s I ty campbe sviIleoKy J Ir l ojr 7 iw d l trr Fvt 1 i I 3 I ADJOURN FOR NOONS CLASS D vv 78Best Phaeton pony 15 hands and under to be driven v C by a gentleman by lady style and pleas t ant handling 10 00 j First 7 50 i Second 250z l Special by M Cravens Druggist and dealer in frl soda fountain drinks only place in town 7 29Best saddle mare4 years old andover soundness iir conformation manners and action show five distinct J- 1 gaits walk rack trot canter running walk fox trot I or slow pace 10 00 SpecialiCampbellsville Ky l 30Best saddle gelding four years old and over same rule j as is applied to ring No 29 i jJOkOft l1Special by G M Wolford candidate for Assessor of vV Jt v y Adair county who solicits your vote and influence t 1 COMBINED HORSES r lt- X7f 3lr Stallion mare or gelding any age to be shown in har y Vhd under saddle soundness manners style form i and gait eachanimal must have five distinct gaits when f under saddle must have a square trot in harness but X gv excessive speed not essential v 50 00 r A V 4VV lstvJ 25 00 5ViVr V1 y 2ncfeY 15 10 r rd 1000 jy 32Best double team regardless of sex or ownership sound a ness pleasant handling size style form and gait excessive speed not essential 20 00 1st 12 50V- V 2ndr 7 50 Special by Coffey and Cravens Fire and Life Ihsur r V r h v J ance Representing the old Reliable Mutual Life In V j surance also the Cheapest and best Fire Ins Cos y Sif CLASS E Svv t V33rPlug horse race2 best in3onehaUn iIe heats r 10 00 iv lst vS500y c 1 2nd J v 3 00 f 3rd Vv 200OJ Special by C F Mantz Proprietor Campbellsville Rol VJ ler mills dealer in coaland ice solicit your patronage i S 7 31 Fastest mule that has never won a race on these ifJ grounds onehalf mile heats 2 best in 3 V 8 00 tcY VrC v istrNv 500 v v V 2 fet 2 i00- 3rh F V J 3uppf VJ J SpeclaIby L T Neatcandldatefor Snatrff Iio the S V 1 6th Senatorial District f f Vvi r IY t 5i 1 teWEDNESDAY AUG18vV 0 1 FFir rl t f fillipSi f tr rr 34Best l t t J i IJI Jersey cow 3 years old and overs F Vvfr Zr75Q ft Special by Robt Hudson Prop of the HuSsoriv K 0 t v ii s House Restaurant in Connection hot meals at all hoursY 35 est jersey 2 and under 3 7 i 1 t5 0 5i Special by J EGOd dealer JIJb 4ff11 y in stavess 1 1 f Campbellsville v tc ki t 1 t tcl 4 t fIcow ear old andunder 2ip 3 S I 500- fi rOo J If Jr it tiil fit r c a t Incorporated III ii Catalogue Will acommpanied allti Special by the Heans Bakery where fresh breadand pastry can be procured at all hours J 37Best cow one year old and under 2 5100B 38 Best Jersey any age 1 l t60J J Specially Reed Miller dealers in staple and fan 5Jf ltcyGroceries Columbia Ky J v e BEEP CATTLE af+ V 39Best bull 3 years old andover V 10iOO Special by W H Wilson dealer in staple and fansxGroceries also fresh meats and ice 40Best bull 2 years old and under 3 10 00 t V Special by A W Tarter Jajer of Adair county v tvt and candidate for reelection who solicits your vote A and influence J 41Best bull year old and under 2 5 Jtf Special by J T Gowdy Liveryman Campbellsville Kentucky who solicits the patronage of Adair county V 42Best bull under year old 500 43Best cow 3 years old andover lO OOJ Special by W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair countyL rYC The Best Sheriff in Kentucky I 44Bestcow 2 years old and under 3 1000 rv Special by W00 dson Lewis Gen Merchant Greens V vJ burg Ky fy 45Best cow one year old and under 2 V 8 OOi 46Best cow under 1 year old V J500f SWEEPSTfll ES ifcvVi 7rBest bull any age I000 Special by G P Burress Candidate for the nominairfilion of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county toit the action of the Democratic Party also dealer in 4fr lumber and staves vftr ti rl 48Best cow any age 10tJP VT Special by J P Dant dealer in fine Wines and f r Whiskies New Albany Indand Louisville Ky VL4 49Best bull and 3 females owned by a bona fide fine 25 OOj ltrJVT 2nc ffey vf v Special by W R Myers Prop Columbia Roller Mills jll rjJliTV K vfV CLASS G di Vrv FINE HARNESS HOKSESxtf f v RULESSoundness pleasant handling size style form 1 i and gait excessIve seed not essential T i stallion 4 old andover fl t 50rBest years v r 151oof t yfS r S4 rv i V4Qstl1 vtVv fSpecial by Goff Bros o Richardson liverYmen Co Xi lumbia Fine Rigs safe drivers day or night Greens f 7 buro St I J itlrt f i j sale table Campbellsville Ky solicits the ptSHri 0Sfi00 pi J CandidateSpecial for rid fi e S J fthe office of CircuitJCourt Clerk of dcounty see 0 J i 4 licitsyour vote andmfluence rtU itf l r Vf 53 13estaUion1nder1ye old t f J t k cialbYthe Dan vine SteamIat ttsCohtina ed onSrd Page ii ri a i i i tLr1 r t J Jtic t l I f J p 1J t l h tt 1 i Ii i irf T ri S t n4 r r iJ l it THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t f t3 J L I 4 C t PREfIIUMLIST t f I Continued from 2nd Page tr Satisfaction guaranteed Represented by W H Wfc i r son Columbia Ky 1 rBest mareaor gelding 4 years old and over x Or Op vj Special bysx 1 Sfi v fr County Attorney for Adair county yourrFit S influence appreciated A jjff tmare or gelding 3 and under 4 10OQ f JitfJPltt1 iHotel Campbellsville your patronage solicited comer J and Main Sts X 3 6Best mare or gelding 2 years old and underl r OQ Special by W E Todd farmer and dealer mhve yW v J stockgame chickens a s eci- aljBest Hf mare under year old 1040 I Special by J L Dillon traveling salesman for Stratton v J J Terste gge Hdw Co Louisville ii W CLASS H r8Best broodmare and colt to be showed under halter 20 00 I r 5pl 2nd 750Iftft TrBest pair of draft hors s to be tested on the grounds i r r by being hitched to a log boat with a large log on it and managed by T W Minton n lTtig SSpecial by thevBassett Hardwood Lumber Manu k facturing Co dealers in lumber and dimentinstockJ i v Jn hickory VIV SADDIiE STAKE v OiI3 t stallion mare or gelding any age Lr v 10000 00Iji 2nd 30 da- t 3rd 2Qbovvf Five gaited horses To be judged by their sound Yness conformation manner style and action and mUst rl i feshow five distinct gaits as follows Walk trot rack 3- canter running walk foX trot or slow pace r J 6 HMost beautiful double team r lOCQO Special by the Bank of Columbia Columbia Ky y 1JOHOUGJSJED RACES r7 mile heats 2 bet in 35 to enter 3 to start v 00 00 J v V vV sh 60 oo TrV t 2ndtfer 25 oo V yr 3rd 15 00 MI1I1E flGE r 4 63 Fastest mule J mile heats 2 best in 3 The lej Hv jbV isti 750 rr 2ndV 250fft Special by Tim B Cravens Official Stenographer fprf thentTHIRD D l7 M- v THURSDAY AUG 19r t 1d 1 jos v YICLASS l f J f Sr MULES v pr r All Mules to be shown under Halter tt y 64 Best pair of horse mules 3 years old andover shown f under halter J 0 00 f Special by W L Walker dealerin general merchandise Columbia Ky 65Best a pair horse mules 2 years old and under 3Il000 Specialty W L Walker Hv t pBest pair horse mules one year old and under 2 r lO OOr Special by Bennett Hurt Proprietors of the pool vv room Columbia KII r 67Best horse mule under one year 0H 750 v 8Best pair ofmare mules 3 years old and over shown v tuner halter T r 10 00 Special by Grider Morrison Goodman 6c Co Pro V l prietors ofa planing mill located at the Roller i1Iof W R Myers also dealers in all kinds of roughand dressed lumber Columbia Ky 69Best pair of mare mules 2 year old and under 3 shown f under halter 10 Qtf Special as above 570Best pair mare mules one year oldand und 2 V 10 00 J Special by J H Pelley Groceryman dealriIIl1iJjA burn wagons etc Columbia KYS71Best mare mule under one year old M j J 7V00 72Best pair mules regardless of sex or ownership anyJ j age fineness to be considered lO JOO Special by A S Che wning breeder of highclass horses C t V Columbia Kydi V 73Best pair of draft mules to be tested on the grounds by being hitched to a tog boat with a large logon it andzto be managed by TW Minton H Cv liljQlO Special by The Bassett Hardware Manufacturing Cq y V dealers in lumber and dimention stock in hickory i X ADJOURN FOR NOON f CLASS j ROADSTER RING y jt 74Beststalhon mare or gelding 3 year old and under 4 t 1500 ror 1st 10 00P 1 2rids 500V rt s Special by Sahdusky c Co planing mill and manufact r v j J f ures ofall kind ofcolumns Columbia Ky y 75Best stallion mare or gelding 2 years oldandiunder3 f r tft to be adjudged as ring No 77 15 00 Lj 001j1 r 2nd l5 I r ttIi f7 6TBest double team regardless of oynership 6f sex vF 1 r soundness style speed and durability fyJf 3 1 1500 JIt v jlt 1000 ftf717MostB mare orgelding anY- age to Lt i V t f isHown m hand ii 1t it dt 50 Qo i M 2500 r15 00td 1 t r itl 3rda 10 00 J i tilfJfto f t r fh Ii gy A SADJD1E HORSES jilif1f x Soundness conformation manners and action Must v A V runningvf trot or pace v i A- j N1 78HBest llonyears old and overr4vv V 10iOOt iv Special by Stapp Bros proprietors fan uptodate vV vi tX livery stable neat rigs and good dnviers Campbells V V JJ v r ville Street Columbia Ky t i179Best r l 1 fi Stallion 3years oldand under 41 VvU V Wft jBros dr 1itSpecial by jStappv j- tt 80Best Stallion 2years oldand unisi 3 i i tl 19itQQ t Special by W E Waller Son Cainpbellsville Ky t t X wrr V y 8lBest stud colt under one year old 1JOPO tf V 2Bes mare or gelding 4 years old or over vw lQloor Special by H S Robinson Attorney at law also representing v the leading Insurance Companies of America r tn r Office in Gowdys Stone Building Campbellsville x83Best Mare or Gelding 3 years old and under 4V JlOiOOit Special by Plato Wade dealer in High Class Horses y r PurdynI uXi 84Best Mare or Gelding 2 years old andunder 3 1QfOO 85Best Mare under one year old 10 00y i f Special by J R Sanders Democratic Candidate for fl- County Attorney of Taylor County your vote and in y t fluence earnestly requestedr86BestJ Stallion Mare or Gelding any age 20 00 tt 1 ri50 v V4nd g7v 50 v Special by J C Durham Co Dealers in all kind a rI of live stock CampbeIIs villj r Kr V v CLASS Mj if a T Finest Turnout Decorations not to be considered SinJ gle Rig r l500 Special by BuchananLyon Co Campbellsville J SPECIOUS ON PEllCoCESj r i x87 Best Colt either sex sired by Jordan Peacock 1 ials 1909 season to Jordan for 1910 worth BiOO A TJ Best Model Stallion Mare or Gelding any age re rt r 1gardlessof sex or ownership colts of Jordan Peacock f Season to Jordan for 1910 worth ISlOO v Special by W L Grady breeder of fine horses and 4K V Vvr owner of Jordan Peacock f v iH CLASS N f l 4y t1VIl1uE ACEt 00Vwf v vy y 5bo 4V o ndv 1 i V V V 3rd wSv iiflO tfv No mulethat has won a race on this trackon ithe v r t Vv two preceding days is eligible to start in this race v 1 jii V PLUG RACE V f + y89Halfmrlee heats 2 best ih3v fe8 fid 4- 7 5 K00- 2nd P 09f 2 00 t 3rd 1 O- Oit PfVXNV FOURTH FR1DAYAUG20 DAY M il 0 4 0 t CLASS O r CO BINEDf f J Horses to be ridden and driven Soundness conforY oration manners and action Horses 3 years old and- over i must have five distinct gates under saddle Square trot in harness excessive speed not required r I 90 Best Stallion 4 years old andover 1000 91Best Stallion 3 years old and under 4 10 00 Special by Judge Junius Hancock Proprietor Colum bia Hotel stop with him during the Fair courteous treatment guaranteed vl 92Best Stallion 2 years old and under 3 i 10 00 e 93Best Stallion 1 year old and under 2 10 00 Special by Murrell Miller representing the Conti t nental Fire Insurance Co also the Prudential Life In surance Co We solicit your businessV r 4 94 Stallion under 1 year old io00 Special by Solomon McKinley Dealer in the Famous Bowkers Fertilizers the kinds that makes wheat and t corn V v 95Best mare under 1 year old t 10001 Special by Solomon McKinley etX A 96My are or gelding 1 year old and under 2e JttO QQ r Mare or gelding 2 and under 3 v 1QOO Special by Hord Rice dealers in allki1dsHdwL f and farming implements Campbellsville J v r J 00rfo I by Hardwood Lumber Company dealers in it I friall kinds of timber also all kinds lumber andf hui1p g3lrI jf material fo t r f 9 Mareorgelding 4 years and over i v fI lp 00 fSpecial by Hardwood Lumber Company i I r jCLASS PS 11 r T 99Best gentleman rider over 50 years of age a pair ofi i t trousers worth lQOp i Special by H F Iserman the Tailor CampbellsvOle vY t i vikf who guarantees a ht and solicits your business V f AD JOURN FOR 1TOO Ntt ri CLASS Q q F t Best mare or gelding any age V tjt OItOO ji Three gaits walk trot and canter Tobe judged by tV soundness quality conformation and action 4if 3 t tf L CLASS R J d gHkl t 1Best ladrider necklaceWoth b CYff t iJri Special tneau Drug r102Any lady having won a premium ori these gr oundsyat 1i lil f JIrrtfS- c10Best CLASS Sii ji i 3 combined geldingrr pnorr JI r tojuiyistt4 if 5iIOO i r 104Best combined mare owneddin Adair county tprior f 0 00Uta A 1 t r r d t nVS 11t f t 4tf I L I vvvv AV r i7t1 i i CLASS T j l0 i4 VQ ROAD STAEE If mareI 01 gelding any age 10000 d m 1st 50 00 L 1 tt y k 2nd Ct i1 4 t f X 3rdV 2O2OO jf tt Lr bA T i i tr 6 Soundness style speed durability t J06 Best Turnout for colored gentleman and ladyi 7 single I r vehicle 00 I i107 Best walking mare or gelding any age old fashioned 1rp 1 irunning walk 10 0tf Special by the Citizens Bank Columbia Ky Tv itCLASS V n 108Best rockaway mare or gelding any age to be driven to a top vehicle soundness manners style form size pleasant handling Special by Coy Dudgeon with Northern Egg oulfTI try Co Columbia Ky CLASS W J09cMost beautiful colt under 1 year old to be shown under rv t v halter either sex r Xli 10 J 66 f Special by Miss Peart Hindman Candidate for School rt illx TJ4O OUGfiB En BCEc If r JQJ mile dash 5 to enter and 3 to start u 100 00 iVr i 1st 60 00 i 2nd 25 00 3rd 1500 l1I1 AGE F EE FOR FlI1I1 111jmile 2 in 3 5 00 J t u bjOtiN A HOBSQN JVV I J y GEE SB UG Er4T1jCI Y iii i Jlas Erpough Pionier Witre pence to fence in Green and Adair counties 7 r t f The Stay wires on this fence are so lattached that they cant slip on the The Harder You Pull tthe Tighter it Gets v v Ict ElOUGf i Poultry getting r to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farm to the twotcounties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wail ads t vertised in recent issues of The News r rrr rmnr xrry- ii J IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of GENERA MERCHANDISE L t Produce WantedW L SIMMONS 1wriUMBLE Sf KENTUCKY p r 909 1909 THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY 1 READ liJ4ttuittgJn f FREE I 909 Edition Kentucky Governors wan Atlas to all who Subscribe forSix Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS They Latest Kentucky Map UpTo 1909 Full and Complete Engraved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of 3500 jPrinted in colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages 28x36 inches The Chart alone is worth The Portraits of all the some very rare one 1 only picture of its kind in existence There are nine other maps of great value among them a map of the Unite LSrStates the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Coats of Arms and Flags A page is 1Ven over to Historical Kentucky fromfonnation of State to the year 1909 A Historical and PolltlcalDlrectoryof Kentucky giving Presidential Vote State Officials Area and Chief Justices Speakers of Ken t tuckv House Congressional Judicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem VV I FROM I Isaac Shelby ocratic Republican State Central Committees and State Executive Committees Senatorial Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Original States and those admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall Chart will be given FREE to those who subscribe for the Evening Post for One Year at 300 or for Six Months at 200 Mail This price only for those who cannot getTheEvening Post delivered AgentSend and full description of THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky SPECIAL PRICE t ON THE WALL ATLAS AND tHE EVEN1NQ POST IIYOUR 150j p1adeaqdfromvhat lettheAtllSat I TO I I 5 II I AHgustus E III WITH THIS PAPERa i t J1 It The AdairCounty News and O J r atiBoth Oiieeaco 5O 1 J l l Irtik ff a SiYC 1K 5 IN t SS r E r IJ 0 c i 4 0 i J ia TIlE AOAlfe COUNTY NEWSi t d rOL 0- f 0 00 JIIJI 0 0 J 0 9I0 I El 0 IL TIjEBUCHANAN4LYON CONOrl INCORPORATED w rt1iJIi i t t f IJ t i 0 CIAMPBELLSVILLE KY t or j S IrI raewrs r aerrl sl Ib i r MAJESTIC AND TBLC6 I 0 Every woman Ywantsas Possible and for that reason there IS a daily demand for the MAJESTIC XIRANGE conceded by everybody to be the best and finest made It isv sold by ab 0The BuchananLyonINCORPORATED CO l w 1 c YITne best is the cheapest write for prices Another Range iBJ COr I IS manufacturedespecially for thisfirm It IS a beauty and gives per ofect satisfaction When in Cville dont fail te call and examine these iranges You will be surprised at the very low prices IbsuperIOr i OJ OJ OJ OJ 1118 P iitil QjOltnty J tW Published Every Wednesday BY THE AdairCounty NewsCompany I INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests r the city of Columbia and the people of Adair ud adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Foatoffice aa eecond r clui mail matter WED JULY 28 1909 t ffiNN UNC MeNTS y FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We are authorized to annouce G P Burress a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce C G Jeffries a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A A Miller a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR MAGISTRATE I am a candidate for magistrate in the sixth District of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party J M Willis The Louisville Democratic Bar bucue to be held August 31st and Sept 1st is attracting attention In every nook and corner of Ken tucky From every county con- tributions are being made and evidence of a tremendous gather ing is fast showing up This part of the State will furnish a large number of the unterrified who will take part and who will contribute to meet the expence It is predicted by the promoters that a parade twenty miles long will be formed all true blue Democrats under the impulse and enthusiasm of redeeming Kentucky Just such a gathering is to our liking and the spirit that actuates it heats in unison with our iiiclimations hopes and desires In this part of the state we know what defeat means but have never weakened in the faith nor made a sUrrend 3r The Democrats of South t Central Kentucky of this part of Eleventhtr will show their colors on every oc- casioni and the Louisville Demo Brats may expect many of them n line when the parade formst a fjfll Democrats have laid aside l rerready for affective Work and a alhoodr v b lfY J rr how pleasant for brethren to dwell together in unity Again the able editor of the Glasgow Times seems to be in a rebellious attitude toward the great wave and movement to harmonize and revitalize the Democratic forces in Louisville and Kentucky His accusation and sarcasm carries the mind back to the troubles of the past while his brilliant mind and loyalty to party ought to lead to Wejhavewith the undoing of Democracy by the parties who are prominent- in the present effort to have a jubilee but we made our charges then and quit when thewar was over They accomplished the defeat of the party suffered with the rest of us returned of their own volition and are now on the thebcommon enemy They occupy the same positon as before the rupture and are doing valuable work The News believes in bridging over the past with the planks of forgetfulness and in brightening the future with love feasts and handshakes Why should we linger in the shadows of sorrow when peace and pros perity are i n reach Why dwell on the misdeeds as we see them when the wanderers have returned and pledged anew their devo tion and talents The troubles of thepast have been buried and the man or men who continually airs them fails to do the best for- the party When a party be comes corrupt when bad men get in the saddle then is the time to fight and aswe see it there is but little difference in a bolter and a revolter Grad yville fr We had a fine rain Friday The show is a thing of the past f Protracted services will begin at Union church the 1st Sunday iir August J X C S Walkup of Columbia theINeighbor Hatcher the well known shoe man of Louisville was in our midst thefirst of the week i Prof Elf V Thonlpsonis teaching a very interesting school in the Western part of Metcalfe county familyI therpastdJ f t- jT with the latters father Dr J H Grady of this place last week Mr John Lowe the popular shoe man of Columbia made our town last week and had a fine trade as usual We are glad to note that Mr J B Yates who has been indelicate health for the past year is improving at this time very rapidlyMr Parrish Sexton a son of Rev J W Sexton of pur city who has been living In the Sta e j of Indiana for the past fifteen t years is visiting at this place this weekOur farmers about this place have all threshed their wheat andwe are glad to note that they are all well pleased with the quality and amount they made per acre Judge T A Murrell the well fcoIland did a good business Mr George Nell andhis grand son of Columbia passed through our place one day last week en route to Sulphur Well where they will remain several weeks- J A Wilmore spent a day or so at Tompkinsville last week I- Rev Johnson of Columbia is holding ar series of meetings at Pleasant Ridge church this week and the indications are that they will have a good meeting Miss Bess Rowe in company with Mr John Flowers of Co lumbia passed through our place last Friday enroute to Sulphur Well A B Henderson has just corn pleted a large feed barn for Mr Squire Kemp near this place and in a few days will begin work on ia large tobacco barn for W M Wilmore It goes without saying that Mr Henderson knows exactly what to do with a fiddle and bow and how to build barns Rev J W Sexton united a Mr Blankenship and a Miss Tarter at his residence last Sunday The parties live on Short Creekin this countytMr J L Walker in company with Miss Eva Walker o f Co lumbia visited their relatives at this place last Sunday and on their return home Miss Mildred Walker accompanied themto spend a few days with relatives On last Sunday morning the SundaySchool at Union church was reorganized with seventy five pupils We oRtt think we ever saw any nterestfmanf itested yin a Sundayrhool than s hr T b U BUGGIES WAGONS HARNESS 2Thisof sales for Vehicles and Harness We furnish the best wagon that is made and pur buggies are Rock me Light and Easy7 Come in and go through ouT large establishment and be convinced that we can please you Our buggies and wagons are made of the toughest hickory 00 guaranteed t HARNESS k SADpLERk D T 0havemense Come in and select one 0n II 10J 10J 10 or O CJ there was on this occasion and we all know twenty years ago or more there was ofie of the best Sunday Schools a t Union that there was in the county and we are sure we can have another one like that if the people will only help Let everybody get interested in this great work and have the banner School of the county at old Union again as we have had in bygone days Re member SundaySchool every Sunday morning at 930 oclock and every body come Hatcher Mr Ab Hubbard Lisletown bought a farm of Mr E A- Rose on Meadow Creek for the consideration of 4500 Mr Hubbard claims that the grass receipts on the farm this season will be 2300 Mr Rose will en gage in the mercantile business- at Keltner operjJry last Wednesday The opera tion was successful and if noth ing further develops she will be back home in two weeks Mr Martin Miller was oper ated on Friday at the same institution for appendicitis- We are informed that Mr James Miller Roachville gather ed six gallons of blackberries from one vine It was a cluster from one root Can any one eclipse that A great deal of wheat and oats have been threshed The yield and quality are not satisfactory- Mr 1 K Miller and sons threshed 101 bushel of wheat and 300 of barley Mr M L Howard heard someone meandering around his milk house several weeks ago and fired a load of shot at the object in the dark A party who has traveled the public often has been missing since that time It is rumored that he carries the contents of that shot in his body Most Hofthe public schools in this county have begun but are not very well attended on account of the harvest and berrypicking Dr 0 M Kelsey Elkhorn and G A Moody this place are candidates for the Legislature The committee of this county will snake a nomination on the 31st of this month Dr S H Kelsey was in Louis yule several days last week on professional business Chas Moody bought oner old mule from Chas Harmon for 60 i t y r iP I w lC Wlijvwvvv v wwli www- W 1 1 i A f7l 1 7K 71 i i 7r i iv w HUBBUGH BROS WELLENDORFF vi wiINCORPORATED p- v W G Successors to Hubbuch BrosWn iI- Cw An Old Firm in a New Garb wm- m 7K t7f 1NJ We are the same people as strong as ever before The same CD strong management the same reliable business methods are the pil CD 7r ilars of all our transactions Your needs in in xiv TK CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FINE WALL C5 PAPSV V xK xK Will betaken care of in the consciencious manner as ever before W etc j n- V I HUBBUCH EROS c WELLENDORFF 7R E LOUISVILLE KY 7I Ii 522522 W MARKET ST Ts C SIC 1 7Ji Wyk7I7f 3 3E3H08QHO 3E3 3A Jf 3OOOBQ8E3 3E I 3 3 A MURRELL N W MIDLER IT 1 Q MURRELL WRITE MILLER a ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE i 1- la LfI THAT S GOOD a The befit of everytHIng in Insurance Strongest andmogt liberal Companies fl ti at reasonable rates tt COLUMBIA If the season holds good the upland corn crop will be an average The tobacco crop is not so good and a great many farm ers have decided to let them go- by the wayside Mrs Hattie Tate Jacksonville Florida is visiting here and in Marion county It has been reported that some of the nominees of the Republi cans for county offices are se riously considering the advisabil ity of withdrawing It is a foregone conclusi9n that the Democrats will elect their ticket as every nominee commands the re spect of every voter Rev R E Prescott the local Baptist minister has been ap pointed to investigate the condi tion of Sunday Schools in al including adjoining co ntiesl He will commence his mission the first of August R H Turner will begin teach ing the Meadow Creek school the j first week in August There are several over one hundred pupils in the district and the prospects are good for a successful term Plans are on foot for building a modern hotel in Campbellsville on the corner where Main street makes a direct turn on the Co lumbia pike It is to be capitai jzed tatQ f a the stock was subscribed in two days arid all would have been eadiilly i oJ t 4 r KENTUCKyR 3E3HQ 300BE300BE30QaOm JONESfl 1 0 RfprofessionalI Jig2t 3Q 3 3 3 3E38CJ8Qaf Itaken but for the fact it is tobe thermost inflttencerMr JF Campbell and WO Miller who are early in their siccessliul net incomes off their farms would vbe astonishing ro farmers with more experience trofnEnet accounts for their success t The prospects are very flatter ing for both of the High schools at Gampbellsville the coming terms Both institutions Will Have strong faculties and Spec ial effort will be made tqVmake thework satisfactory 4 The Institute is moving along smooth ly The named of all the toaeherswill be published next week- t U 1 Jc55J j LiTT Ifr t biJLr r I j3 r L t J w- 1 tJ f I j 71 THE A AIR COUNTY NEWS 5 t PERSONAL JtJIUUUt f f Miss Ora Moss is visiting Miss Jennie McFarland 0 J Mr H A Moss Greensburg was here last Friday Ar Ed Yatejf of Somerset is visiting in C JumbiaIIMr Curt Bell was here from Red Lbk last Friday 1 Judge W S Smith Tompkinsville- was here Friday i businessrip f Mr Gep W Thomas of Somerset l was here a few days ago Mr JM Traylor Bree i gspent last Sunday in Columbia Mr Sherman Carver Edmonton was here the first of the week Mr G P Burress spent av few days last week in Campbellsville Mr Owen Gaines Campbellsville was in Columbia a few days ago MrJIF Montgomery was in James town on legal business Saturday JGladys a little daughter of Mr and Ingram is quite sick IMr J W Jackman continues to im prove but the progress is rather slow 4f Messrs R P Breeding and G W l Dillon Breeding were here last Thursday Mr J W Flowers apd Miss Bess f Rowe have returned from Sulphur Well R Young and wife of Burkes are visiting the family of J H fMr B H Gilpin who is a substan of The News was here last Thursday F Mr W Hy Switzer of Kevil Ky has been visiting in Columbia for the past week Mr W R Lyon who is a very busy man was here from Campbellsville few days ago Dora a little daughter of Mr and Mrs John Eubank has been quite sick for several days Mr A B Gowdy Campbellsville is spending a week or two with relative and friends here Mr Ewing Stults who hasbeen play- ingr in the Blue Grass League returned home last Friday Miss Emma Valinda Wilmore Grady ville is visiting Misses Sallie Coffey and Margaret Patteson Mr E B McLean wife and daughter Glasgow are visiting at the home of Dr W F Cartwright Mr and Mrs T C Davidson are spending a fed weeks with Mrs David sons parents near Liberty MrsLuther Taylor Campbellsville is spending a week with her husband heref who is a brickcontractor Mr L B Smith Campbellsville was ofIthe Campbellsville Woolen MIllsj Mr tfohn McFarland and wife of Rowena spent a few days of last week with thejr daughter Mrs J T Good manMiss Lura Smith who has been at tending the Summer School at Knoxville Tenn returned home Saturday night Mr L V Hall who has been doing some work at Red Lick returned home last Thursdaysick threatened with ty phoid fever Mr Samuel Mullinix and wife of Cumberland county spent a few days with his brother Mr Henry Mul1 nix of ColumbiaMiss Lewis who as a reader and impersonator with but few equals will entertain at the courthouse this Tuesday evening Mrs Cprinne Hart Jamestown is visiting her aunts Mrs Kinnie Murrell and Mrs Margaret Tucker and other relatives in Columbia Mr Melvin Traylor and wife who have been visiting the formers parents at Breeding left on their return trip to Texas last Monday Dr R C McChord in company with a trained nurse passed through here last Thursday where the Doctor was called to see a sick lady Mrs J 0 Russell Mrs Joe Russell Mrs Dr Russell Mrs S P Miller Miss Kate Russell Miss Grace Hutch 1 e onof Ports Kansas spent the day i turday with Mrs M L Mitchell Eld ZT Williams and wife left for Olimipian Springs to be absent two J weeks During their absence Eld Wil- liamS will assist Eld J Q Montgdm eryln a meeting at Green River Church Mr M S Schuster wholesale deal er in clothing Louisville arrived in Co lumbia Friday tight He is stopping it the home of Mr Sam Lewis where hw wife and ch ldrpn9ae been visiting for several weeks lr Mr Robert Epperson and his sister Miss Bessie left 1ue lrYr momingfor Oklahoma where they have accepted a t r to J i poaitionin a school as teachers They iare Worthy young people and enjoy a reputation as instructor Mrs Mollie Sanders aid Mrs Suisie Zerjbaugh Pen ton are visiting relatives in this cityzV Rev JR Crawford and family wilj leave for the Renox Sulphur Spring Cumberland county Thursday where they will camp and live in the woods for twoweeks During their absence Rev Crawfordsaddress will be Becks Store Dr Garlin Grissom Miss Mabel At kiIsMr Fred Hill Miss Alice Walker Mr John Lee Walker Miss Myrtle Myers Mr Tim Cravens Miss Ostran der Dr Woodruff Flowers Miss Ben nett took tea at Griffin Springs last Snnday Mrs Melvin Carson and two children of Louisville reached Columbia last Thursday afternoon and stopped at the home of Mr E G Atkins Friday they went to Jamestown where they will visit relatives two weeks then returned to Columbia for a stay of sever al days Miss Minnie Kemp has returned from Knoxville Summer School Attend the Russell Springs Fair be ginning August 3 and enjoy yourself for four days Good music fine saddle stock and swift runners For Sale One yoke of wellbroke cattle Will weigh about 28 hundred pounds 1 also have four red Jersey gilts bred toga thorough bred hog and one nice male hog will weighabout 450 pounds of same stock Call orwrite me at once A K Rupe 382t Breeding Ky Mattie Ewing who was a very re spectable colored girl who made her home for many years with Mrs Bettie W Butler died last Saturday a victim of typhoid fever Interment Sunday afternoon in the colored cemetery It was largely attended Columbia againts Cane Valley at Lind seyWilson campus next Saturday af theseIbusMr Zach Darnell was in town Mon day and informed us that a monster rattle snake had ben killed in his sec tion He stated that Bob Pointer kill ed one a few days ago that measured fortyseven inches long and had mine rattles Columbia has the prettiest Fair grounds in the State an adundance Of shade and as fine water as ever pump ed out of the ground The catalogue for the Columbia Fair is now being printed at this office and will be ready for the public in a few days Remember that the Fair will be gin August 17 and will continue four days By reference to the professional card of Dr M E Jones it will be seen that he now has an offce on the sqaure and is prepared to board stock at his barn while same is being treated The Colored District Conference in the suburbs of Columbia was largely at tended last week There werequite aI number of ministers and visitors pres ent and during the sessionseveral very entertaining sermons were delivered Charley Stults of Picketts Mill IIMr of County Cle T R Stults misfortune of losing his dwell ing by fire a few nights ago together with all its contents It is supposed that the house caught from the kitchen flue No insurance 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 hands for collection To alpenaltylaw W B Patteson Collector Be sure and attend the Columbia Fair the first four days beginirig Au gust 17- Fine v rain fell in the Sparkesville country last Wednesday night It is said that you can almost seethe corn grow in that locality The Blue Jim CoalR I keep a large quantity of theBlue Jim Coalas good as ever used in a grate I also keep other grades and make the price as low as possible Give me You order for winter use and remove it at your leisure 34tf C P Mantz v i Campbellsville Ky Itr Lee Cunninghamwho is employed at the Standard Hardwood Mill met with painful accident last Wednesday He was driving nails and struck his left thumb Wittitlie hammer masbmg it very badly v f IN r fWWiMITCHELLz- y I r Ie Co J GREENSBURGKY l There are several things to take into consideration when buying a bugy FIRST But not Least You want QUALITY not poor Quality but Good Quality SECOND You want your Moneys Worth x THIRD You want STYLE and COMFORT FOURTH You want EASY RUNNINGno Heavy Draft FIFTH You want to see WW MITCHELL GOS Line as their line comprises all the essential feat ures We have received several cars of this seasons latest 11 creations in Fine Buggies and have prices ranging from 3195toHickory Columbus Wagons reduced getf Neighbor Formula PLACE WHERE MONEY TALKS JIJIVLit VV VVV 3VUVV 3S z THE RUSSELL COUNTY FAIR y RUSSELL SPRINGS KY c AUGUST 3 4 56 1909 Q V 1 Hour nays that will long be remembered after you see themc Inlarger and better than ever We will offer 8600 Infthoroughbred running races besides trots and paces fe u r list covering farm and garden products will be better than be fV fore The women will have a good chance to win about X75 in their ex fehibits and all women making exhibits of any a tune in the womens willCpartment will be given free admittance the first day and all others f be asked regular gate fee V r i fWe have good premiums for showstock and will be glad put our C c Catalog in the hands of owners of this class of stock SpringscuUY J 4Execution Sale wbichfthe Adair Circuit Court cn the 11th day of May 1909 in favor of The Bank of Columbia and against C R Payne and John W Morrison for the sum of two hundred Thirtysix and 72100 Dollars 23672 with 6 per centinterest thereon from the 20th day of May 1909 and Five and 58100 dollars cost of suit I will on Monday August 2nd 1909 at the Court House door in Columbia Ky the same being the first day of regular term of the Adair County Court at 1 oclock or thereabout offer for sale to the highest bidder upon a credit of three months the following described property or a sufficiency thereof to Satisfy said debt interest and cost One lot in the townI of Columbia Ky and known Garnett land and containing about 2J or 3 acresand is bounded as follows By Campbellsville Turnpike Road Co and the Russell County Road and the street provided for in the deed and there is reserved the lands sold to Solomon Mc Kinjey Charles Sandusky Mrs P V Dohoney J H Pelley and S POyer street Thislandist be sold subject to a mortgage in favor of R Young Of Burkesville Cumberland County Ky for the sum of Two Thousand and Twentyfour dollars 2024 00 with 6 per cent interest thereon from the 13th day of February 1909 No 2 One loon the town of Columbia Ky and known as the Planing Mill lot containing and is bounded as follows On the North by an alley onthe East and South by the lands of Page heirs and on he West by Frank Sinclair No 3 Also one boiler arid engine one moulder on e flowasg mst chine one resaw one sizing saw one planer one scab andcardga ant all other Machinery and apparatus belong ing to said Mill subject to h abor r r J named Mortgage of R Young and also a lein of J T Goodman Jr for the sum of four hundred dollars 40000 with 6 per cent interest thereon from the 19th day of 1908 on a J interest in the Planing Mill lot only The personal property above named will be offered first and then the real estate Bond with approved security and bearing 6 per cent interest from jlate will berequired of the purchaser this 17th day of July 1909 373t W B Patteson S A C Marriage License Only four marriage licenses wereis sued from the Adair county clerks office during the month of July The happy couples are as follows A W Wilson and Mary J Franklin W P Blankenship and Gillie Tarter Andy Coffey and Malinda A Wheat Wm W Wheat and Mamie Eadley The Columbia Pea Ride Fair will beheld August 14 This association is composed of boys of the town who will- et out a good premium list Russell CO will purchase a Fall stock of goods and will continue at their present location until their new build ing is ready for Occupancy r The Pea Ridge Fair will be held Aug 14th Look 5000 buys a Weber wagon from F L Wilson Russell Springs Ky 37r3ti sTkAYED From my premises 5 hogs two sows and three barrows All marked butone lOW crap oflrxrhtear1nl- eft I rayinr form xtiole xecov rerr 1 WilKaih Sullivan i j G ens ill K fkIJtft j cr tI l m Tennessee Old and sold I at prices to close out our stock Dont fail to our priceso We sell yonr go we sell you If not why not AGents for Fox Fertilizers the ackno ldged best wheat fertilizer sold Let us have your order now for Fox for Wheat The Price is Correct THE C C to S December Notice to Taxpayers I am now ready to receive your taxes for the year 1909 The Adair Fiscal Coqrtat special term held on 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 whichchange 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 tfie 10000 W B Patteson S A CI Get your pulling mules and horses ready for the fair A good premium is offered both A Dr S D Crenshaw a veterinary surgeon has been a verybusy man for several weeks He has not time to do anything but wait upon afflicted horses and mules He now has about fifteen head in his barns several of them from Casey county The Doctor has the reputation of being a very successful prac titioner Columbia and Greensburg will meton the grounds of the latter next Friday and Saturday Large crowds should attend the games v 4 An infant child Of Mr and Mrs W E Grider who live m the Clear Spring nei hliorooddied recently It was only about ten months old 1 j Make up your miad to attend the CpI umbia Fair It is going to be the best association has even giventhe ArheJaine Shelby dhow rill be on the Fair grounds uringth lour daa of the fair Several new dfeainart wil be added r Iv You cant afford to miss the Pea Ridge Fair More than 30 will be given in prizes for exhibitions of small animals Athletics Baseball and Music Call on or write Geo Hancock Secre tary for a catalogue NoticeI All persons who had paid their taxes for 1909 prior to June 25th at which lime the Fiscal Court made an additional levy for School purposes are request 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 bylaw2t Farm For Sale In eastern part of Adair county Ky4 IImiles northeast of Tarter post office 100 acres 65 in cultivation good condition balance in timber lies well five room house barn and other outbuild ings 5 good springs orchard and good out side range Price 1000 For information call on or addressEJ Marcus Tarter w Tarter Post office Adair county Kylr I WantedrOne hundred and fifty gallons of blackberries are k Wilson lVanIttmdsey The James Shelby show two free exhibitions very altThis above will be worth al you at the gate Buy Watkihai tenement flavorings I coughcures 4364tYustl4tbaall 1 Jf f t tii 1 Ii 7 i t 0 l I c 4H f 6 if THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r 1 RIj N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 1 SOUTH BOUND iTRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AK LEBANON 3J027 700 am 942ain- H v23 815 am 1004 am No79 v505pm 740pm Ho21 i800pm 1000 pm No 93 6flQpm 900 pm I I NORTH BOUND TEAIN Lv LEBANON AB LOUISVILLE o 24 548am 750 am i 78732am1015aInr o2B43Qpm 655pm 3Io22 628 pm 815pm ILNo92 732 sin 1015am Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only r t I C M WISEMAN SON Ii I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians J U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line I Oposite Music Hall Market 1132 st2d StLouisville KyI I IS D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take careofstock Mon due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEH ALf MILE IIw fROM COLUMIA ON DISAP POINTMENT I IMORE HOTEL w M tZLIizOiE Prop P FirstClass Table Good Sample Roorne i Feed Stable r 3Reasonable Rates GfnDY1JLLe KY r Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Or James Triplet Dentist l JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY JDt Buttbat S entist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIESB BUILDING PHONE NQ 40 RING 3 ICOLUMBI4 KENTUCKY ruj Joseph H StoneAt- torneyAtLaw I I Will practice in thisand adjoining counties Jamestown Kentucky I 4llMreare PttruseM ktheUMtsL Mstzaan7OUlr1flPkSOfPLttfl3 TbIize- Js Hv ef styuraq t =atiii th agxIaTQiieenof YMMs0n- IV f4ptk1IHIIbrS csU eer5J Ltss IU Pap k IrIILLIa4blPtI4Y C7Catei pina1umsr NIa esik eewhtSii ef6ee Pd Pzaa3va CatilePefd os prmii p17s U TXZ 1LJoJf II 1r j jif fJf T 1J Can Heaves Be Cured ItSocannot be cured permanently However the trouble is constant ly and rapidly increasing If the case is a mild one and ofre cent origin it may often be cured entirely by turning the horse out to pasture for two or three months says Drovers Journal If it is necessary however to work a horse affected with this trouble he can be relieved greatly by feeding no hay except at night and then only a very small amount of clean and bright hay entirely free from dust If there is any danger of dust it is wellS to dampen it but only bright hay should be given Roots will be found helpful beets turnips potatoes or anything of that sort that the horse will eat The amount of water should be limit ed as much as possible and no horse with heaves should be givenI preliviousrecommends arsenic in fivegrain doses daily and continued for a month or two months as especiale ly valuable and says that the bowels must be kept easy by lax atives if necessary By treat ment of this sort a horse with heaves can be greatly relieved When the disease first comes on it will pay to turn the horse to grass with the hope of effecting a cure at once and before the disease progreses to the extent where it becomes incurable 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 atI Paull Drug Co nOW to Make a Mule MoveI It takes a man from Missouri to show how to manage a mule The other day a twowheeled cart loaded with coal stood in front of Ithe Capitol The motive power was a mangy mule and the captain was a sadly flus trated colored gentleman The mule had balked andnothing would induce him to move a foot A crowd had gathered around and was giving advice Get down and tickle his fet emlmoveist Light afire under him proposed somebody else Dat ar muPd be bund alive fore hed move replied the darky Finally a businesslike citizen pushed his way through the cr dHe took command inI stantly because his air or authority convinced everybody that he knew his gameI Take off the lines f he direct ed INoW get up close along side qimand pass the line under hisjtail That s it Gross the line overhis back so Now pass it through one of those rings in the harness and getout in front of nim and pull it till his tail flies up See if that wont make him go The colored brother fwed the advice to the latter The mule nevermov d till he felt the pressure onjhis tailThe negro lea edDackand pull d hard ThatllKfetchlhim saw it I back and forth ajbit there you are The mules tail began to wriggle and lose itgip then all at- on e t flew 1p and the t u1- Ii i j j X1Ili i tt r Yi fj started to run The load was much however and he soon ool d off Now putfthe lines on again t and hell not make any more trouble for a couple of days RepreIsentativeRucker he turned away and marched in to the Capitol The mule was driven off as tame as a lamb 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- verage attendance My report to State ecretary has to be held until all are sent in Please attend to this at once and oblige F R Winfrey Pres Cocorn 4I No Use For Loafers Because they loafed on their jobs Secretary Nagel of the De partment of Comm rce and La theIhanded ten more their resignations Such a shakeup in a Fed ral department is almost unprecedented but it indicates the businesslike spirit which will prevail under the Taft administration It is a popular belief that a Government job is a sinecure The days are passing however when facts justified this impression The work of this big country cannot be done without much hard labor on the part of somebody and it is probable that the faithful Government employe toils as strenously as many a man in the service of a private corporation- It is true that there have been cases where influence enabled a jobholder to stick to his salary with the minimum of efforts to earn it Some of these may be among the number upon whom the disfavor of Secretary Nagel has fallen so suddenly Other heads of departments will probably be inspired by his example and the new policy means a big increase in efficiency through all the vast machinery that Uncle Sam runs at Washington Louis ville Herrald Irvins Store Several corn fields have been abandoned to weeds and grass on account of so much rain- Mr Sam Grosser lost most his wheat from getting to hot in the stack The old folks singing at Salem last Sunday drew a largecrowd A W Gadberry and wife of Decatur visited at Dr Ham monds Wednesday night IMr John Shaw of Teddy through here today with a nice bunch ofsheep M T Wilson bought of Dr Hammond one milk cow for 25 Messrs Len Withers and Lote McFarland each have a newboy at their homes while Messrs John Clemons and R L Walters are all smiles overa new girlj Ours h l will begin next Monday with Mr M T Wilson teacher He taught us a good school last year t Mr W H Hopper will teach at Freedom Mr John Mitchell al Union and AlvaBowmer at Irvin Another good man has crossed the dark river and our community mourns the loss of one of its best citizens caused by the death of MerirelIause who died Sun day morning of Tuberculosis Troubles He leaves a wife and four small children who have the sympathy of all He was a lov ing husband and father a true friend and an honest man Truly it seems the brightest and pJesgo firsfc fcr t I i l1 r IH T Kentucky rjair Dates Stanford J ly213 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283 days Madisonville Aug 35 days Winchester Aug 35 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington Aug 96 days j Russell Springs Aug 34daysf Burkesville Aug 10 =4 days daysIHarrodsburg Aug 123 days Columbia Aug 174 daysILeitchfield Aug 174 days daysIBarbourville Aug 183 days Broadhead Aug 183 days Shepherdsville Aug1 183 daysEwing Aug 193 days Shelbyville Aug 245 days London Aug 244 days Elizabethtown A u g 243 days Springfield Aug 254days Florence Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Hardinsburg Aug 313days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkinsville Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 15 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Hodgenville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 74 days Carroll Gallatin Owen Tri County Fair Sept 84 days Glasgow Sept 84 days Sanders Sept 84 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 136 days Scottsville Sept 163 days Bedford Oct 12 days Gadberry Most of the farmers in this neighborhood are done stacking wheat The singing at this place last Sunday afternoon conducted by Profs Turner and Darnell was largely attended Mr and Mrs J R Johnson of Columbia visited relatives at this place last weekIMrs Emily Burton visited her sister Mrs Mary Caldwell at Portland last week George Morrison and family visited J W Blair and family near Crocus last Saturday night Mrs Laura Bailey visited her daughter Mrs J R Johnson at this place last Saturday and Sun day Jirn Young o Columbia bought eight head of sheep from George Morrison for 23 two from Jim Frankum for 6 A Constipation limed Free dailylifethat your bowels move They should move at least once a day naturally helpIfday you can consider yourself constipated and it is time you did some thing about it therer uel Landerdale an old soldier at Quincy MrsMonahan onedaytheirfriendSinpralseoWhat Dr Caidwells Syrup Pepsin dId yourconstipationof whom had it since 61 It only remains buttemporary tabletscathartic thlngJCaldwellsration a Jaxativetonlca mild syrupy notLonllearnagainsmallprice undloutand bowel troubles in old or youn thedoetorso that you ca buvInIfyour ailment that you dpntt understand or if you want any medical advice writs to the doctor and he wll khswer you fully There la no charge for this service Tliejl addrese in Dr WV B CaIdwelI SNCaidwsii bdg Motfce4IoIlLi 1 0 rr sxs F WEEKLY f jGOURIER JOURNAL eHENRY WATTERSON Editor Ji a National Newspaper Democratic inj It prints all the news without Ipolitics favor The regular price is 1 9Jbut you can get the WEEKLY I AND COURIEEJOURNAL THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS k IBOTH ONE YEAR t or 150 4iiv jf you will give or send your order to this p pernot to the Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal Yri 600 i I Sunday CourierJournal Yr S2OO We can give you a combination cut 1 rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper L e S A e vtIlfsXjNXIN wtri VlSiX 1 Fifth Avenue Hotel f illMXxiv PIKE CAMPBELL MGR i xK 7f V 1efurms hed Redecorated and e I QCMX and Retail Districts Churches and I 7iTheaters U Zjs FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE r 1 4jMX i bk FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS fIsIffIf5Ii4ssjs7i7I7IJiiS7lSr t iN i U G HARDW K Pres JD COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec 1 W TPyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 1MIliliW1IGJ4TZ IN Sheet Iron and Tank Work L WORK mIcF1I1zT ENGINES BOILERS DEALERS SAW 1301 THIKTeeNTHMftlN GRIST MILLS LOUISllILLe1 ISMOKESTACKS IJOBBING SOLICITED I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired j RANK CORCORAN 1 nlghGrade f t I Marble c fel1 te iwerkriOralJ kiid- t U rani See kefwre i f Traqe r j from Adair and i k 1 I y W 1 r W Main Street Ky d fTPrtured On a Horce horaeWiKywt 1D It iit1iu 1 r P G tvtUS adjiningco11lti solicitedI Lebanon failed Bucklena Arnica Salve cured ScaldCutslyPaullseS 55I tsiiifI 1tirZ l r iw- W o f t j YiTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSr Woodsonlewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH c Studebaker t J t v Birdsell i V flllburn WagonsAOliver Chilled Plows r A car load of j Disc Harrows I A car load of V x IJ Cultivators One= Horse Corn Corn sandI Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown t inthis Green River Country ready fprV Spring tra dfs r J LIME SALT AND CEMENT JASPECIAL LINE 1 Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station Ltonihe L N R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to i i Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House i in the South r Sendyour orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods Tf We appreciate them IE1 L1 HUGHES GO 1 INCORPORATED t r 9Sr USE market St BrookI hon Phones 1 I ate Canny 50 Iit 1esYi i findsE i flsooofit1 In pence Different Stoek It iMouldings Material J Work- Interior Finish Etcf 21 iLOUISVILLE N NN NN NNS 62 O fig tWg Et iWAGONertttekyTele 2167Both FENCE STANDARD AbEjrr Xt1ErCifsI +e e N iIrti 1i E 4ii James Menzies iL Isaz Yh itt OSTEOPATHY df i 2i k IL ttt r 3iDfoj 7N i1 r gExIMINATI rA IO rf N 7 =IEE + + + + f + 4 Porch Stair AN I n Jiouisztllle 6 Dr lYW foiF 11f 4KGfftc e I i1if ESIIENCE 71 t Columbia Kentucky tttr I ri 7IS I i I t f s 3L IIi Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend Car S dui Cardui is a WOn n7S medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you S suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial TAKE CARD UIIJ35 It Will Help You Mrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui and writes Ithink Cardui is just grand I have been usirg it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman since i nave been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down airs nervousness and sleeplessness but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good I highly recommend Cardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Camp Kcithlcy Mindaudo P I j Editor News Thinking probably it would be of interest to your many readers and my friends to hear some thing of the life of a soldier in the Phillipines I will endeavor to tell you a few things about our trip and our experience We leftFt Leavenworth Kan Sept 29th 07 on the SantaFee and arrived in San Francisco safely after a very pleasant jour ney of five days and nights We saw many strange things on our trip There were plenty o f Coyotes Prairie Dogs and Jack Rabbits in New Mexico and Ari zonaAfter traveling for two days over vast plains where we saw numerous Cowboys and Indians we finally came to the Great Rocky Mountains where it took three engines to pull five or six cars and our progress was very slow but we reached Frisco in safety and boarded the U S A Transport Sherman Oct 5th for the Phillipines She is one of the largest and most beautiful transports owned by the government but the outside appearance is only deceiving as it is the most filthy thing imaginable in the eating appart ment and made more so by the quality of grub fed to the sol diers Everything went fine until we had passed the Golden Gate there the big vessel began to rise and fall with the swells which caused a very peculiar sen sation usually called sea sick which I was lucky enough to escape s Most of the boys were so sick that they wished the old boat would sink but she didnt and in a few days we were all feeling fine We arrived at Hono lulu Hawaii Oct 12th and that is certainly the most beautiful city in the world The sun shines everyday and the streets are shaded with beautifulltreep and birds and flowers are every where We stayed there four days and then started out on our long jour ney to JIanilla which lasted for 18 days without seeing anything but a whale or two and thou sands of Ilyingfish The journey was without fin cidentexc ptingatyphoonwHich lasted about 12 hours The wten dashed over the deck and into out bunks but did no dazngej tiIlVVVVVV r J land of the monkeys and savage men which is only about sixty miles from Barneo andabout 700 miles South of Manilla The journey only lasted three days We then started for our present station which is located among one of the most savage tribes of the Phillipines the Moros They are a very fierce and warlike people They wear scarcely any clothing and wander about in the jungles Their weaponsare the bolo and spear which they use with much skill They have the Mohamedon religion and their Datlos teach them that if they kill a Christian they will go to Heaven on a white horse and if they dont they will go to hell on a black one They cause the soldiers considerable tr o u b Ie We are often called out to fight them Fortunately they are not very good shots and so far we have lost only three men in bat tle with them About three nights ago the natives attacked one of our Posts and killed two of our men and wounded another which has caused considerable disturbance but dont know what will be done We are looking for an expedition against them soon We have had several expeditions against them and are in hopes that we will not be called out again for our regiment has received orders to sail for the United States October 15th Hoping this will be of interest to you and yourmany readers I am Yours Truly NP Janes v Co I 18thllnft Eggs For Hatching The eggs that are o to be placed in the incubator or under tHe hen should be gathered as sopn as possible after they are laid If they are allowed to become chill I ed it is probable that if the germ is not killed outright it will be so weakened that the chick will never be able to get out of shell It is not always theI to set the eggs the same day are laid and during the time pfJ collecting they should be storedinC a cellar of about V60 Fahrenheit If the air of the room is very dry a few pans of water should be set in the room1 otherwise there will be sapid evaporation from the eggs About two weeks is as long as it is safe to keep them from setting and insure good strojag chicks but thee fresher the eggs arethatis the r sooner they replaced under the inl 4 Jien or in the i ubmtpafter be iiii laid the i ttfeiyH8ilpgi r c y rC t IIq r HOR RICEVDEALERS IN f HARDWAREMILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES r RUBBER TIRES 4BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CAT V J ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL + CAMRBELLSVILLS KENTUCKY LUMBER 1I We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest paterii and we can meet all reasonable de mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32= 4 32= 39 and 59 = A GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill I H DRINK DOPE COLA Manufactured byjOTLEY HOBSON I Campbellsville Ky They also manufacture a number of summer Drinks f x f W H WILSON t COLUMBIA K- Yis their representative for this section i 7iE Oi7KiOfE E7i m3IEi f f f J7K viK HUBUCH BROS a fE 524 526 528 WEST MARKET STREET 4E 7ELOUISVILLESE r m CARPET AND RUG STORE1I4E slZ K 4E Offers 11The public a selection so broad and varied that every taste and every purse can be thoroughly satisfied Our buying power is effectively demonstrated by the fact that manu facturers in need of funds appeal at all times first to thenE biggest and most prominent storeWE get the best and IE choicest always v EmVisitors Always Welcome Correspondence Solicited 9 1 i fa 7K 7K 1 fI I 7r I1 I f 1 j 71I IrI K71717f OODE = 3C3E 3OOCJeCJEx 1r Newly furnished Tf Conveniently 10 cat 1I A firstclass Restaurant in connection edIr If Neat Clean Rooms I The Hudson House I rRates 100 Per Day J I am also prepared to furnishV 4 I Anything in theBakeryliine tiI1tl tJ Your Business Solicitedi f1i1 IorR OUT IiUDSONii Columbia ylK pikepj shpuld be turned every day while storage Where the hens are all running t tqer inly the shouldYbe ueed fotfinc l tir1 s r f uI fL tl Abnormally large eggs under sized eggs br thosesharpl ti appeitti i h normal inqjbc djSaru ed 7EE tij 1 TrL 11 TF i i r ar 1y AV j 0 I I ir I i Y f THE ADAiR COUNTY NEWS tt I 1 HANNAS GREEN SEAL I THE MADE TO WEAR PAINTS NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING LACKING that will improve it ti i 9 Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil Not a Little Leadand a Lot of Zinc but a LOT OF iLEAD and a LITTLE ZINC j Costs more to make but the people want it M FOR SALE BY Jeffries Hardware Store l W F JEFFRIES cI SONS PROPS t Absher r We are having some fine weather and the farmers in this section are putting in good time in their crops School began the second Monday at this place with Mr Osey Dillingham teacher The party at Mr J D Abshers last Saturday night was largely attended all reported a nice time Mr Nolan White of Neatsburg was at this place one day last week on business Mr Luke Morris of Zi on pass ed through here last Sunday VThe singing at T W Ricess last Thursday night was largely attended Misses Ida Grant Zella East and Emma Hardwick spent Thurs day night with Miss Nancy Wil lis at T W Rices Miss Nancy Willis begun school the second Mondayat Blooming tonfThe Coffey boys had a fine mule to die one night last week Miss Sylvia Humphress visite her sister at Knifley last week d ii t7 ti V fThe health of this community i very good JL Butcher who has been sick for some days ris reported betterJJas Smith Cos steam threshing machine is in this neighborhood doing excellent work Wheat is only about half a cropcEaster Bradshaw of Fonthill is now on a visit to relatives in Missouri ME Tarter the egg man was here a few days agoSlMr Evans and son with Floyd Bohn Co also some Hat Co t was here a few days ago J A Harris sand C Stephen s started to the blue grass with a bunch of 225 sheep This about 500 they have bought an sold recently Silas Wilson near herelost one work mare a few days ago f The old folks singing at Salem church a few Sundays ago was largely attended f Otho Lynch who has been i Illinois for the past two months V came home last Saturday- Sl Mr W T Rowe was here Tue aayniglt selling groceries ii I i GlensforR iW1J The sick folks in this section r iiallseemAo be improving y JasFAbrelgot up early Wednesday morning and fed ihis team preparing to make a trip to 4 Columbia and he heard his famous J k coon dog not far off He mount ILtct i f4w a f ed his horse and started for the dog On arriving he found three coons up one bush He captured the coons and started back home with one live one on his horse and it is supposed the horse became frightened and threw him hurting his arm and leg badly but no bones are dislocated Mrs Samantha Wesley is visi ting her daughter Mrs Liddie Andrew this week Died on the 16th inst Miss Scythia Bennett at the home of her brother Mr Roy Bennet She had been sick for several months with pulmonary trouble She leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss Life 100000 Years Ago Scientists have found in a cave in Switzerland bones of men who lived 100000 years ago when life was m con stant danger from wild beasts To day 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 could not have lived he writes suf as I did from a severe lung trouble and stubborn coughF To cure sore lungs Colds obstinate coughs and pre medicinedbyPaull Drug Co Trial bottle free Duunville iq K osf Chapmzim Kans ate visitin relatives and friends in this corn znunity The Woodmen had one of the finest picnics that we ever at tended Farmers are taking advantage of the fine weather and are sav ing their hay and laying by their orn Hon G L Perryman was a pleasant visitor at our Sunday School last Sunday He gave us a very nice talk which was high y appreciatedRussell was no match at all in the ball game with our boys last Saturday The score stood 10 to 2 in favor of Dunn yule v beedn year re turned home last week G Greaser Ellis and Claud Dickinson were visiting friends at Linnie Saturday and Sunday Virgil and Maggie Rubarts were at Antiock last Sunday nMr Ben Pendleton and family of Rife visited the family of Mr Luke Lay Sunday J D and Rube Jones were at the Russell Springs last week Married one day last week at the home of the bride the Hon Fount GladstoneComb st to Mrs Mamie Stayton in the presecnce of a few invited guests Imme diately after the ceremony they left for the grpo ns home where a sumptuous banquet awaitesd them May they go down lifes piSiway hand 4 n h nd with I r f1 ti H I f tr perfect faith and love for each other James Pelley and Walker Ab sher bought a thresher from Auston Bros last week Severaf from this place attended Childrens Day at Salem Sun day They reported a nice time- S A Holtsclaw has removed to the home of his brother Woodruff Holtsclaw t J F Pelley has one of the finest hay crops in this section of country Hode is a hustler There will not be any school at Damrons Creek we under stand all caused by the mysterious working of the new school- law The district has about 30 scholars and the new law requires 40 at least- Preacilin ca Next Sunday W H C Sandidge Greensburg- J F Roach Red Lick F J Barger Shiloh Z T Williams Cane Valley IJ R Grider White Oak W M White Union ndlBurksvilIA R Kasey Columbia UJ J A Johnston PickettsChapel J H Rood Milltown VLT Beeves Columbia J F Turner West Fork 1W J Levi Greasey creek c Springsg v p Russell Springs si The health of the community tisverygooql at present hereJulyIty as teacher We are expect ipga fine school Quite a crowd attended the M W A picnic at Dunnville las Saturday CL Winfrey proprietor of Eusssell Springs Tenenessee this week M r Irvin Isbell made a trip to Creelsbro last week Mr Wm Wilson wife grid little son Cameron of Columbia were visiting Wm Irvin of this place last Sunday We are glad to know that the- M E Church has been unlocked for Sunday School again It is hoped that the people will get right with God and live more de voted to him Mr Estelle Canada is very lo with typhoid fever On July 12th the death angel visited the home fMrSam Thomas taking the jewel of his home a little girl 11 months of We extend our sympathy to the family and especially to the fath er and mother But we should weep not for those that die in Christ Miss Myrtle Ellison who has been sick for some time is i proving It is hoped she will be well soon MissJ6si5 Dockery and n9 411 j have been visiting Mrs Tinie Irvin arid Mrs Ella Stephens for the past few days Mr W D Stephens one of our well known merchants who has been sick for some time is improving Mrs R G Woods who was called to the bedside of her sick grandfather at Richmond Ky a few days ago has returned homeQuite crowd attended the old folks singing at Salem last Sun day I School opened at Pleasant Point Monday with L M Wilson of this place as teacher Mr Wil son is a fine teacher May he have great success Misses Kate Simpson Cassie and Dezzie Phelps ofiJames- town were shopping here last Monday FontIhill was visiting Mrs Wmr vin Jr last Sunday When you want dental work done go to Messrs Harris and Hatfield over Bank of Russell Springs Don t forget the fair Aug 3rd four days Come one come all I r Ruby II We have been having sorre rain B L Harvey is on the sick list at this writing Mr S E Estes is on the sick list Rev Brake and wife are at the bedside of their grandson of Cumberland county who is very low with typhoid and pneumonia fever his recovery is hopeless Mrs X W Scott visited Mrs W M Harvey last Sunday i Mrs S E Estes was the guest of Mrs B G Wilson last Sun dayIparentsnear Miss Annie Harvey visited her brother B L Harvey one day of last week X W Scott made a business trip to Breediiig Thursday Mrs J W Harvey visited her son Banard Harvey Friday af tgrnoon k There are several cases of whooping cough in this community Miss Genii Estes has been on 4he sipk list but is reported bet ter tAn inf ant of Mr and Mrs W J Bean is on the sick list Rev H TJesse filled his regu lar appointment at Independence last Sunday Mrs Granville Estes is very sick at this writing Mrs H T Jesse was at the bedside of her mother Mrs Granville Estes last Friday who is very sick j Mr W Ji Bean and family visited the family of Mr Eli Rosson last Sunday Miss Annie Harvey was the guest of Miss Lucy Rosson last Sunday Mr and Mrs B L Harvey MrswHenderson Cbomer of Breeding last Sunday Sees Mother Grow Young thedshe began to use7 Electric Bitters writes Mrs WL Gilpatrick of Dan forth Although past 70 she seems really to be growing young again She suffered untold misery from dyspepsia for 20 years At lastshe could neither eat drink nor sleep Doctor gave her up and- Bitters all remedies failed tilt Electric worked such wonder for hec ormgans cure layer and Kidney trouble induce sleep impart strength and appe tite Only 5te at Paull Drug Go 3 tStvr rr IRuseeil Springe Mofeifc L PEn TO HEALTH SEEKERS lr And the Traveling Public JEhfc Building which is commodious has been refurnished repaintedmaking it a very inviting place The table is supplied with the best the country affords A large sample room for the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is tspurest health restoring Terms reasonoble Write to i I t WINFREY 4PHELPS r The Louisville Trust E1 I Company Organized under p special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of eVery kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin c r 01 r I I I CE 1 I Pay Cash for Gold and Silver Over Paul Cos Dru Store iC iambiay3 cE r3 3C30D U Montpelier y The health of this community Farmers are busy making hay while the sun shines v The whistle oftlie wheat thresher is heard from all directions The crops are coming up and beyond expectation Mrs Susie Vaughn and daughter Miss Mary of Russell Springs was visiting at this place several days of this week Mrs Amanda Miller of Texas was visiting the family of Mr Bert Epperson last week Miss Grace Hutchison of Kan is visiting Mrs Julia Williams this week Born to the wife of Dr S A Taylor the 19th a fine girl Mrs Mary Montgomery of Ozark is spending a few days with her brother Dr S A Taylor Mr and Mrs James Clayton who recently came from Okla are stopping with their lather Dr T A Jones until they locate Mrs Montra Dohoney of Edmonton is spending the summer with hernieceiMrs J N Con Mr Andy Coffey a deserving young man and a prosperous farm r of this was married to Miss Ann Wheat last Mr Lucien Moore and T G Hadley made a business trip to Russell Springs IaatFpday- Eller r MrB E Foley is quite sick at this writing here Monday with Mr H W er 4 Mr J L Frye la- i 1 t RUSSELL SPRINGS KY- xct Southwest GorncrIFifth and LOUISVILLE prsitionimparlgreatfinancial 3IE39E3EIF11I J1cIwM nTmEsVgEepairedgOld ilioeatioD E3HOa08Q008E3 EiE Id Vpermanently over neighborhood 18thA Schoolopened Edmondsteach 1sVisitngr tives near Jabez this week Mr A L Foley was in James town on business Monday Rev J M Williams of Wind sor filled his regular appoint ment at Clear Springs Sunday Mr M Ev Tarter the produce hroughhereMrS B Bernard has been on the sick list for a few days Mrs Georgia Tarter of St Louis Mo wasvisitiriigat reter Fryes a few days ago Mr FM Wilson began his school at Clear Springs Monday the 19 inst Miss Rachel Bernard who has been sick for some time with ty phoid fever is improving Bryan Several farmers of this vicinity have abandoned their tobacco crops on account of it being damaged by too much rainI Mrs Florence Lapsley Dallas Texas is visiting her sisters Mrs Huddleston and Mrs Wright y l Mr J V Lansley Esto was here one day last week Most of the farmers are very busy this week threshing wheat and finishing up work in their crops Mrs WE Kinibl and child ren of Somerset are visiting her abrotherM Barnes this week MrsECilPlpbelJ Creelsboro visited Mrs Wright last wefk G 0 Barnes sold F M Barnes two mule colts for 12000 Mr Vernon Holt Jamestown and Dr W B Armstrong Elida throughthisvicinit The Cherry Grove School open Fed last Wednesdy Mr T F allrightasgduty and will be a good instruct pupils t