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Wfe 7fjJ K JjlIlt t Ef IiJ frI 11 v 1 I 1f i t i 7j srf tiJ1 Ff 1 i r 1 r c r7 j J y j f jt c 4 bitbIiicifl VOLUME XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COtJNTjr KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUG ST4I909 NUMBER 39= jAiis TO DEATH JiiJVood of Danville Accident pally Killed at Little Rock r Ark i Special to Louisville Times Little Rock Ark July 30Jameff Garnett Wood southwestern maD er for a Des Moines Ia life inSurance company aged thirtytwo years fell a distance of 100 feet from a window of his office on the eight floor of the Southern Trust building this mornings king the cement pavement in the alley in the rear of the building crushi ing his head breaking his neck and many bones in his chest Wood had just gone into the office and had been waited upon by the port er and it is supposed that he had seat ed himself in the window to cool off and lost his balance He spent last night in the office evidently preparing for a tip today to Mississippi as his desk was open with many letters spread out with notations upon them for the stenographer Wood came here five years ago from Danville Ky and formed a partner ship with A C Johnson which was 4later dissolved The body will be sent 1 to Danville for interment Wood p t was unmarried The deceased was a son of Mr W T z Wood of Danville and was a first cousin of Mr James Garnett of this place He was a young man of ex cellent character possessing fine busi ness qualifications He had built up a large busidess in life insurance He was educated in Danville and was a graduate pf Center College His death was a serious blow to the surviving 4members of his fathers family and rel atives 4 t Result of Games r 1 The following is the result of two games played here last week CChe first Ozark vs Columbia Second Cane Val Y vs Columbia Innings 123456789 RHE Columbia 40054000 x 13 16 5 Ozark 123000010 764 Ii3tteries for Columbia Judd Young Ozark Morris Holla day and Epperson 0 Innings 123456789 RHE- Coliimbia0007l2O2x 12147 CaneVall 010313100 974Batteries r Columbia Young Hind man Holladay Judd and Rosenfield for Cane Valley Moore and Callison Ie T AdairCounty Institute y JIThe institute for this county closed J last Fridayat noon after a very sucj cessful session conducted by Prof J l C Willis of Louisville who is one of JKentuckybest known educators He is thoroughly up on the common schoolwork a man who speaks with force and clearness and he imparted mush valu ableinformation to the teachers in attendance We heard expressions from quite a number of teachers all speak ing in highest fcfms of Prof Willis and the methodslftil advanced There were 106 teachers in attendance and their names are as follows Hattie Williams Ennis Sanders R B White Minnie Knifley Nolon White Mamie Smith Nancy Willis Mont Biggs Annie Royse Joe Knifley G V Hovious Robert Williams W S Sin clair Jasper Beard Froni Christie Tobias Huff aker Marvin Perryman Travis Morton Robert Willis Alvin I Rosson Frank Taylor Luther Young Mattie Nance Ina Dohoney J B Mor gan WG Aaron R C Marshall J Robert Bailey Muncy Coomer Jessie Taylor C T Harness Ethel Moore Zella Fields G D Firquin Mamie Mo ran Carrie Bradshaw Olie Taylor Mrs Margaret YatesrG W Turner 4ICittie Kelsey Eliza Vaughn Ben Jef k fries Eliza Strange F E Webb J V Dudley Flora Powell VUe Murrah Bessie Young Edgar Royse Laura Smith AlbertBryant Nora Bradshaw H Conover Rubie Jeffries Pearl Breeding J 0 White Cortez Sanders Oscar Sinclair Bertha Breeding Wal lce Beard All ertie Bardin Virginia Hunn Lena Todd Ossi Dillinghanij V Annie Montgomery W R Squires Ella Dohoney W W Kerr Lizzie Bleyins Fonzo Hancock Fannie Smith Wilard Iluffaker Bettie Cundiff Ce fite Shirley Annie Bradshaw Clarice totts G w Young Pearl Huidman ra Moss Agnes Conover Eldridge rger Kate Walker Hallie Jlodgers cob Reece Evjiri Thurman Estelle ftltts Nannie Roe Margrette Walker I i A Strange R L Campbell Walter ylor Mary Hancock Tflford Petty ula Royse Grace Dudley Mrs Ida Absher Laura Hosenbaum Essie Trip Iett Lutie Barger Annie Smith Lula pjriffey Mary Garnett Allie Gibson jnnie Morrison Rena Cundiff Mrs o lie BlIard Prof John C Willis I of Louisville Ky Instructor efficientIthe above list of names and to her ou thanks are due U S Forest Survey I a A field party ofthe U S Forest Ser vice consisting of Mr W H Von Bay er and Mr 0 D Ingall has begun a study of forest conditions in this coun ty This party is engaged in making a forest map and in obtaining estimates of the standing timber and the annual output of forest products The work is being carried on for the thid season by the Forest Service in Tr oaration with the State Board of Agriculture For estry and Immigration The results of the first years work have been pub lished by the State in the Kentucky Handbook 19061907 The object of this study is to show the people of each county just what their timber resources are how fast they are going and how they may be used to best advantage The men en gaged in this work will endeavor to see timberIditions than can be obtained through observation alone Any assistance and information that is given them will fa cilitate this important investigation Married in Quanah Texas The residents of Columbia were very much surprised one day last week when it was announced that Mr Garnett Montgomery who is successfully prac ticing law in Quanah Texas was married in the afternoon of Sunday the 25th of July to Miss Frances Alverson a highly accomplished young lady who has been teaching for several years The bride is a native of Ft Worth but has been living with an uncle in Quanah for some time where her womanly de portment won for h rmany ad miring friends The groom is known here to be a talented young man and a layyerat ability His Columbia friends send con gratulations believing that he come to a wise conclusion and they trust that much happiness is in store for him and the lady of his choice Desirable Property For Sale fiV J desire to sell any residence and farm attached The dwelling located on the Campbellsville pike just beyond the bridge and in the corporate limits of Columbia it is comparatively new and contains 10 good rppms and there are all necessary outbuildings Tjhere are forty acres of ground in fine stateS of cultivation It is one of the best homes in Columbia S D Barbee 39lm Columbia Ky Secure a Certificate Urder the law the Western Normal has tile power to issue the Elementary Certificate the Intermediate Certificate and the Life Certificate which entitle the holders to teach anywhere in Ken tucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each cer tificate will be furnised when desired Address H H Cherry President West ern Normal Bowling Green Ky 392t Last Sunday August 1st Mr J N Coffey was 51 years old Mr J F Pat teson his soninlaw was 33 years old and his granddaughter Margaret Pat teson was four years old The occa sion was duly celebrated at the home of the former a bountiful dinner being spread Those present outside of the immediate home folks were Mr S F White wife and son Kenneth and Miss Kittie Smith Pea Ridge Fair Saturday Aug 14 The following premium arrived too late to be printed in the catalog but same will be placed in the proper class pli Special by Boston Hughes Quanah Texas Halfmile race for boys 16 years and under Loo 392t AMiss Kelsey and a Miss Strange from near Glenville met with an accident in Columbia last Friday They were in a buggy and at the top of the hill on roadS leading to Jan estownv their horse became frightened and ran down the hill Both ladies were thrown from the vehicle and were considerably hurt Farm forSale I have a good farm for sale lyin on Bryants Creek of Green River con tlinipg about 100 acres Well watered and plenty of timber Good house barri and crib Lies f mile from Church and school house For further particu Hard1WlCi I ANATTEMPTED OUTRAGEr Major Nelson of Color Visits the Room of Mrs Rufus Price He is Now in Jail Last Sunday morning this community was thrown into a state of excitment by the report ofan attempted outrage on the person of Mrs Rufus Price whose home is three miles Southwest of Columbia and no sooner had the news been received than many were on the road to join the searching party in the capture of the guilty party Vari ous reports were heard at different in tervals and accordingly public feeling changed from one degree to another So far as we are able to learn the facts are substantially as follows On Saturday Mr Price was at Bliss a small town near his home and indulged in drinking some senog and cider Getting too much he was taken to his home about night fall by Major Nelson a negro tenant on the Price farm the darky remaining there until near 9 oclockAbout two in the morning Mrs Price heard some one enter her room and lay down on her bed She asked if it was Mr Price and received an affirmative answer but placing her hand on his head readily discovered that it was a negro She screamed and caught him but he jerked loose escaping through a room in which Mrs Jorihson was sleeping and passing out through the room or hail which Mr Price occu pied blowing out the lamp as he passed The next morning the negro was on hand to milk as usual when Mr Price fired on him but he escaped and was not captured until in the afternoon by Messrs J R Tutt and James Mercer at Milltown They telephoned Sheriff Patteson who was searching for the negro he claiming to be some other party On the arrival of the Sheriff he acknowledge that he was the man want ed Major Nelson and was placed in the jail in this town where he now remains As we understand the darkey claims he entered the house for something to drink and was under the influence of it at the time Doubtless he will be given a speedy trial and legal justice meeted out in a short tima Mrs Price isa lady highly esteemed in this section and her many friends sympathize with her in this unfortunate affair It is strange remarkably so that such acts are attempted by negroes wjjo are bound to know that they can notes cape punishment 6 LATER Monday there was a rumor that a mob might be organized for the purpose jof lynching the negro though there were no suspicious movement des cernible Judge Hancock however thought it best to remove the prisoner an accordingly an order was made transferring him to Louisville jail Sheriff WB Patteson and Deputy A D Patteson conveyed him 0 FOR SALEGood set of single harness S N Hancock An Enjoyable Occasion- On last Friday evening Miss Alice Walkei in her charming manner entertained a number of Columbia young ladies and gentlemen in honor of Mr C Fredric Ohlenmacherof Scottsvillewho is visiting Mr Reed Shelton The spacious porch where the guests were mostly seated was artistically arranged with ferns potted plants and seats and illumined with Japenese lanterns Miss Walker was assisted m entertainingby Misses Myers and McFarland c Lost Heir and Fortytwo were indulged in During the evening delightful refresh ments were served by Misses Mae Stults Vie Hughes Ella Walker and Elizabeth Coy The invited were Mamie Baker Mr Ohlenmacher Laura Herriford Tim Cravens Bess Holladay Alec Chewning Myrtle Myers John L Walker Hl1ieRogers Dr Garlan Grissom Francis Jones Ewing Stults Bess Rowe Reed Shelton Edna Lewis Romie Judd Lilhie Judd R bt Todd Jennie McFarland Leon Pedigo Martha Hancock Ray Flowers Betsey Han onk George Lowe Mabel Atkins Audry Frazief Sara Thomas John Flowers Lura Smith Tom Judd Mary Carlwright Jim Gar ett Katie Murrell Fred Hill IThe Board of Trustees of the town has passed a resolution authorizing the Cemetery Improvement Association to layoff and fix a price on all the lots in the cemetery and the Trustees will then calsethfseIOts to be conveyed tg the persons to thiy arelayed off when the priceso fixed has been paid to our AswwiationJ lItis important that rthe Association Jake some action at i tifi p once aS several people are desirous of securing a deed to the lots wherein their dead are buried A meeting of said Association is called and all mem bers are requested to be present at my office at the Courthouse at 4 p m Saturday Aug 7 1909 Mrs Georgia R Shelton President t r For Sale A complete saw mill and threshing outfit consisting of one 15 H B Case traction engine and 28x50 inch Case separator and one No 1J Delpach saw rig all in good running order Will go at a bargain if taken at once Call on or address E S Rice HolmesKy 392t The management of the Columbia Fair Association has arranged with the James Shelby Show to give two public acts inside the Fair Grounds each day during the exhibition This is a great attraction quite a number of first class actors being with the show Al so several animals including a very large lion will be on exhibitidn Pea Ridge Fair exhibitors must have a tag for every head of stock shown which may be procured from the Secretary at the price of 5cgood for all day Pea Ridge Fair Assn GeoHancock See y Columbia Ky 39 1m There will be an all day singing at Hovious School house Hovious Ky the third Sunday in August 1909 We are expecting good time All teachers are invited to come and briqg their class All good si1gerscome All good listeners come Bring your dinner and stay all day Mr Aquilla Darnell who runs a blacksmith shop at Gadberry was considerably hurt a few days ago He was shoeing a mule the animal becoming unruly kicked striking Mr Darnell on the left arm brusing and almost breaking it He has been unable to- use his arm since The following Specials have been handed in since the program for Pea Ridge Fair was published Special by Mrs Junius Hancock Best six tea cake made by a girl under twelvje years 50c Special by Boston ughes Quanah Texas onehalf mife race 100 r Mr Randolph Payne met svitha very serious accident last Wednesday He is engaged in erecting a cottage and stepped on a plank in which their was a nail with his left foot and it went almos tthrough Mr Payne is hobbling about but it will be a week or two be fore his foot is well The ITeachers been trained in the Western Normal is greater than the supply The Fall Session opens September 7th Write President H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky for information relative tofree tuition 392t The Russell Springy Fair isnow in full blast and the manangement is do ing every thing in its power to give the large attendance a firstclass show There are many outside attractions and the music is very inspiring Adair oountywill send many representatives k 1ifor 136 tWo to H A Walker for 85 three heifers to L W Bennett for 8494 five to L J Willis for 5400 to J H Smith three cattle and 12 sheep for 92 to J D Walker two heifers for3200 one to Tel Coomer f r15 TheSchool of Music VoImuaic will enjoy unexcelled opportunities in the Western Normal Write for special information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 392t The announcement of the meeting of ledical11A5 topressIRussells creek Dryfork QJensfork PettlsforkBigCreekIW r were w away arid avgreat deal of corn washed down aged but it will not be seriously dam The ice eriwim stlPjerrtnqet the management of the ladies of the Pri ytfrian Aid Society given Tutftdaj night of It eek waz wetlpatrnjZ thferecipts going beyond expectations l L i41 ff I q F + 1 1 rn- I BETTIE LEWIS IMISS Columbia and Entertains Na Large Audience at the I CourtHouse J Last Tuesday evening a large aU- dience greeted Miss Bettie Lewis of Louisville in the large court auditori um Notwithstanding her appearing here had been advertised but a few hours her many friends gatheredand were highly entertained for one hour As a reader she takes rank with the best and as an impersonator she can not be excelled Her grace and manner on the platform is natural and easy and her articulation distinct She recited a number of selections humorous and pathetic and when in negro and child dialect she brought clown the house During Miss Lewis stay in Columbia she was entertained at the homes of MrsRoIlin Hurt and Mrs Georgia Shel ton and had the pleasure of meeting many friends of by gone days Birthday Dinner A surprise dinner given at the home of Mr J H Barger in honor of Mrs Barger and Mr R T Stearmans 56th and 67 birthday On Sunday July 25 1909 at a very early hour In the morning to the very great surprise of the atiove named parties neighbors and friends began to arrive with well filled baskets and it was sood learned what was to follow After the arrival and greeting of of guests which followed by an old fashion handshake social converse was indulged in About the noon hour it was announced that lunch would be served and not one but all were ready After spending some time jn the dinning room and par taking of the luscious sweets the gUests repaired to the parlor where they heard sweet music and talked of the happy days of youth and days past and gone Among those present were Mr and Irs J Q Phelps Mr and Mrs A E vyolfbrd Mr and Mrs Lam McKinley M 0 Stevenson and family C S Walkup and family J C Wol ford wife and little son Carl SE Wolford Mr and Mrs James Absher Mrs Lucretia Brock R T Stearman wife and daughter Miss Josie Mrs Cytha Darnel Miss Mollie Rexroat Mrs Coakleyj IdaM P h e p s Noma J Phelps Valeria F Grider Idell Sims and Wt Selby About four oclock in the etening after a hearty handshake and good bye the guests repaired to their homes with a feeling of gladness that will long ex ist in hosethat were present Press Day The edftors of all papers in Kentucky and their wives have been invited by the management to be guests at the big Blue Grass Fair v at Lexington on Friday August 13th The Fair opens on the ninth of August and continues throughout the week The editors are given to understand that they will be welcome any day that they may choose to attend but especial attention will be devoted to them on Friday the 13th which will be known as Kentucky Press DayBesides the usual courtesies in the way of tickets of admittance and op portunity to see the excellent shows that willbe provided the editors and their ladies will be guests of Secretary Jouett Shouse for luncheon Among those who attended the party at Mr Jack Stotts Thursday evening from the Columbia Hotel were as fol lows Miss Nora Bradshaw and Trr Cravens Miss Ethel Moore and Wallace Beard Miss Clarice Stotts and Philetus Dunbar Miss Bertha Breeding and Cortez Sanders Miss Pearl Breeding and W E Holladay Miss Ruby Jeffries and Berry Morris Misses Nancy KxFlbwers DeJL Mitchell and Leslie Staples and MissTMabel Atkins and Ray Montgomery t Mr David Willin of near Joppa was in town Friday and informed us that his wife and daughter who have been contending with typhoid fever for several weeks have both fully recover ed The little girl is yet weak though sheis able to get r undMr 1til1inJ stated that he was truly thankful andI indeed he could not otherwise feel V free Tuition toIsibn begins September 7 199 Write Ptdnt H II Cherry Boiling Greetilcy4or information 392t Mrs Trabue Shearer is the first per sob to send the News Office a cantalppe It was very lehcious and the donor will please aocept the thanks oftthe office J i Ii 51 C Cord wood wanted at the Columbia brick kiln 382t Born to the wife of John Brockman August 2 a son Born to the wifeof Wesley Willis a daughter August 1st y Born to the wife of J E Stapletpn h a daughter July 29 T ThyrbrgrandstandJbyduring the Fair youhavethe premiums hichorylumberber Co Columbia Ky 383t Remember that the James Shelby show will give two free acts in front of the grand stand each day of the Fair The James Shelby show will be on the Fair grounds during the four days of the fair Several new features will be added Notice T B Lasley has seven twoyearold steers for sale Mrs Geo Henry Nell was considerably bruised about the body one day last week by being thrown from a horse New Haven and Campbellsville met on the diamond at the former place Sunday The score stood 6 to 5 in fa vor of the former IA little son of Mr Hudson Conover the misfortune to get his left ami broken Monday He was riding a mule and the animal threw him The trustees of the Graded School district have decided to open the firat term early in September A com petent corps of teacherswill be emI ployed 1L The third nine of Columbia was de feated by the third nine of Bliss at the 1 latter place last Saturday It is reported that the Bliss club gave our boys too much cheese I The game of baseball between Co lumbia and Ozark played at the Lind sey Wilson campus last Thursday ire suited in avictory for Columbia the score standing 18 to 9 Misses Mary Tupman Bell Butlerv Nonie Conover Jessie Taylor Sallie Conover and Mollie Caldwell were en ttertained by Miss Effie Conover at lershome Thursday nightST f Gov Willson has been hotified from Washington that in a short time the sheep of Kentucky will be quarintined to prevent the disease of scabies which is prevalent in the States 1Master Tom 0 Patteson the very polite son of Mr and Mrs WB Pat teson is now a salesman at Russell Cos store He would be pleased tor1 wait upn all his young friends t My Household and Kitchen Furniture is now offered for sale All as good as 1 new If you need anything in this line Ifcalland examine S N Hancock tf Columbia Ky Mr N H w Aaron a wellknown attorney has formed a partnership with Mr J Bryan Stone in the practice of thex profession and will remove hisV T ifamily from Liberty to Monticello c Miss Essie Triplett has exhibited at this office one of the largest apples we ever saw It was The Twenty Ounce Pippin finely shaped atKl weighed 22 ounces Itf grew at the iome of her father Mr C T Triplett Every body is getting ready for the Fair and people from all the adjoining counties are expected here on the pL7th to spend a week in enjoyment Own ers of fine stock who expect to con tend for premiums should be res5y when the bell taps Fred McLean and J A Young are getting along nicely painting the outside of thecourthouse The cupalo is being painted in bright and attractive colors and there is a decided mproye ment in the apjpearance of the whole building S MrJW Richards who has been in the Anchorage hospital for seine t rhermentallien husband Tuesday on an eXt dWestern trip hey will probably beiin the West for several weeks and return to their honie in Columbia fter TisitingitfiMissburi Kansas Nebraska ndiOklilioma rr r Ir4- t vvvJ VT erV jtl t i 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r1if J i IFfL iiTiiy III ij H El THE fr ir r- S S iji i lK qeke l if i t a1y tr5S2 1 i ww I Incorporated tIWill Soon Have its Catalogue Out The PREMIUMI List Will be attractive and the people will have an opportunity to witness keen jf competition with some of the best stock in the State Watch out for it t f I ThUG 17 IS 19 20 x 09 II EXTRACTS Froman Brilliant Educational Ser v iron Delivered by Rev t W A Grant I At the Methodist church Sunday night Rev W A Grant I frl sermonfttoughing upoh the prevailing top- iC o f education In part he- aid v Gather up the fragments that T remain that nothing be lost 1rJno65 The humankind ist e bright est display of the po ver and skill iof the infinite mindj with which creatIJ1 educated for a higher state of ex Kti istence here its faculties begin t to unfoid and those mighty enI gies which are to bear it forward to unending ages begin to dis cover themselves The object in training this mind show be to enable the soul to fulfil its duties 6 Well here and to look back with pleasure when it shall have left i f this cradle of its being for an t eternal existence beyond the 1 grswe i i educationi order of time decoration pre r cedes dress among people who submit to great physical suffer ing that they may appear to be i handsomely dressed Humbblt UanJl pQfPlr t will etlabor Tor a fort i0 i to purcha lpigment ftl trytYr r J Fixup for a good Premium andr m S a Pour Days of PleasuretJ fJLE WALKERFres Si HARRIS Sdery y wherewith to make himself ad mired and that the same woman who would scarcely be prepared for appearance would not leave her hut without painting t Nay There are still more ex treme illustrations Witness the fact narrated by Capt Speake of his African attendants who strutted about in their goatskin waslfineoff folded them up and went about naked shivering in the rain Indeed the facts of aboriginal life seems developed out of decoration and when we remember that even among our aboutIabout the cut than convenience when we see that the function is still in a great measure subor dinated to the appearancewe have good reasons for inferring such an origin In many instances we prefer that knowledge which brings ap plause to the more helpful know ledge If we inquire why give the boy an education the answer comes to keep him from being disgracedthat he may hold a certain social position There is not a thought often that he is not a man caJableof doing the most good until he is educated Oh for this matter of educa tion to take its proper place in our own dear State and especially in our count- YPeoplearealways i acquiring knowledge or discipline which they never have an opportunity to use hence many people say why sacrifice time and labor to enlarge your scope of wisdom when you may not get returns in dollars and cents The interrogation point that staixds like a ghost in the path of many a boy or girl is will it payH Very often a farmer or mechanic says if my Boy were going to be a preacher or a doctor or lawyer qr my girl a musi cian or teacher thenitw qt11d pay to send tHem to school 3 butif they only iritenijifto bef mers or a t r 1 ft YNrY housekeepers it will not pay to send them The question is not whether a wider or deeper education will make the boy or girl a better money getter but the greater question is will it make a larger nobler man or woman will it arouse and give wings to a great soul so instead seeing in man that struggle which takes place in all or us see with a vision from Godthat all is interesting that pertains to his welfare and that mankind is one great broth erhoodA heathen philosopher Once gave utterance to this sentiment- and a heathen temple rang with applause lam a man and every thing pertainiug to man is both interesting important tome l The tendency of our times is largely in the direction of special ity The Lawyer Banker Preacher or Doctor or whatever profession trade or calling may be ours beasomething more than that We need allround men today as nev erbefore in the history of our g r eat civilization Whatever your calling may be rmember you need first of all to be a cultured Christian lady or gentle man No honest work we do for the enlargement of our scope of knowledge and usefulness can ever be wasted or lost The un used diploma is not wasted I am sure in heaven intelligence educatioIlimaginationtrainedhabits disciplined patience lare just as valuable in Heaven as theYcan possibly be on earth Honesty will still be honesty fidelity will still pass as current coin patience will still wait upon God with His approval and faith hope and love will still abide victoriously in any world where God may take His loving and trusting children Jf Let us then go and gather alT ii the knowledge we can from ever thatrHIstrings of fish to feed the multi l h r f f4 fu n tude was careful to have every l fragment gathered and saved af ter the feast and will see to it nothing in our toiling lives that is pure noble and true shall eves po to waste Knowledge Is power Seek it Strive that you may gain it in order that yourselfla stence in this world OswegoNY v t Editor News I Bob Wren sVs Kid Ross of the Blue Grass State of Kentucky 1The fight was to have been a long one which was agreed onby both contestants to be to a finish Both trained hard for the bout andwere very confident of win ning The fight was good while lookingIthe favorite 6 to 5 and a considerable amount of money was lost the purse being 250 FIGHT BY ROUNDS Round 1Both men rushed to the center of the ring but were very cautious Ross had left for jaw but received hard right in the lower regions that made him wrench and he took cover Wren followed up what he thought was his advantage and Ross caught him with right and left on the jaw Ross round Round 2 Wren rushed but Ross left jags were so effective that he held the redoubtable Wren off and in a flash Ross saw an opening and swung right to jaw and Wren went down but came back fighting hard when the hell rang Ross round Round 3 Ross rushed to finisj the fight but received right swing that lifted hinlQff- lhisfeetbut was up and beat Wren until he was Covered with blood Round even Round 4At this stage of the fi ht Wren was getting wJeafeand the crowd only wondering how Irwo d be for it n that Wren vtas v i 1tta i rr a beaten man Ross beat him all flowIipgin torrents Ross round Round 5The finish came af ter a minute and ten seconds of fighting Wren went down re peatedly with rights and lefts on the jaw and at last he threw up both hands from a kneeling po sition and said 1 quit Ross is a former student of the L W T S Hugh Ross Brain Leaks True love misses little but makes allowances for much Reforms easily accomplished amount to but little The man who has never suf fered knows little about sympa thyWe can stand to have our opin ions abused but we resent ridi t Fret cules Fume is one firm that never needs to advertise for cus tomers The worst thing that can hap pen to some men is an early suc cess The man who never does any thing is never criticised for what doesLack of pluck is apt to be the reason for a mans complaint about his luck In order to work for your best interstyou must be interested in your work- Troubleseepls to have wire less connection with the fellow who is looking for it A man never adds to his bank account from the proceeds ofa harvest of wild oats What is a fellow going to do about it when a court fairly in vices contempt by its actions Some men have no idea that good fellowship consists in spending their money for booze when a man begins boasting thathe ftcan drink or let it albne Jtis time for him to let if alone jieiroujfeaB being it s- ltb f lt Q whenFti J f tJr 1 t lJt ud r you tell them you not feeling wellWith hogs around the 8 mark we are slow to insult the porker by comparing him to some menu we know The father of five children is w r usually willing to admit that heP knows very little about how to raise children v Some men think they are mi= selfish because they are willing to let some other fellow have something they do not want It has been a long time since we met an old gentleman who l I wore a cabbage leaf in his hrto ward off sunstroke Honesty now isnt it a fact that the two best features of a vacation consists of looking forward to and back to itH The city man who spent the first weeks of May boasting about his garden is strangely silent on than subjectnow n Program Of the Centennial Meeting to be held at the Christian Church Columbia Ky on Sunday the 8th day of August 1909 1030 A 1 Song by the congregation My faithlooks up to Thee 2 Invocation J S Stanley 3 SongHow Firm a Foundationy 4 Reading and prayer by the pastor 5 SongOb- lessing thou fount of every 6 Purpose of the day W R Myerst7 Address Religious conditions One hundred years ago MR Gabberts8 Song Alas and did my Savor bleed 5 9 Origin and Plea of the Restoration Movement ZT Williams 10 Barton W Stone by Horace Jet ries AFRER NOON SESSION 2oCLOpKj 1 Address Alexander and Thomas Campbell JS Stanley TS 2 Address J S Sweeney tn L Taylor L v Tt 3 Walter Scott Mrs Z TOT V llama 4 Racoon John Smith Tunius Hancock r 12 t i 6 JphnT Johnson JJ3 rger ii EVENING SESSION S OeLOdklC iw1 Address One hundred ie rsof rk history J S Stanleyoro rYofThere will be some good ongi enter sper Qclt1iOihthe program and Mne EverybodyThe ffiend oX the county cmirc iliar- e t rp iiryif tobe ptrwwnt i i 1 7Tr r I ILPI ii I 4irT Tf 1 f Y h it TTh Th1r rIf d 1 j 41 t 8i dLV l ITHEADAIR COUNTY NEWSJ 3 trt Kentucky tojhow Corn J icr C Rankin commissioner in Jthe department of agriculture labor and statistics has been ap p pted vicepresident forKen jtucky of the National Corn As sociajtion and announces that the Estate will make an exhibit at tne gNatipnal Corn Exposition in it maha December 6 to 18 Arrangements were made at a Conference of Corn Association officials with Mr Rankin in JFrankfort this week and it is ex pected Kentucky grain will take Ja high place and win many of cJthe prizes in the list worth 50 OOiO which is offered at the show I in Omaha Mr Rankin has one hundred or more boys in Ken tucky growing corn from pure seed They will show this in an t exhibit to be held at the Kentuc ky state fair grounds and then JVthe best will go to the National show As is well know Kentucky stands iigh asa corn producing state when acreage is considered- It is the hope of Mr Rankin and his coworkers to bring the average yield per acre up to among fi best in the United States f t1j- i M A Puzzler Little Marie attends Sunday school and has been learning her catechism Sunday morning as she was about to leave home she went to her father to go through h rlesson After she had an swered several question her fath er asked What did the Lord make on tliefirst day This she answered as well as i the question of the second day and to the question of the third cf 1eply 7 The Lord made the sun moon and stars Then before her father could could continue she 111lmake the sun moon and stars until the third day where did he rf get the light on the first dayI and Mr Walters is still looking 1t f rtheanswert j Learned by Fxperience- v i I Put a tablespoonful of vinegar r into the water in which sweet potatoes are boiled to prevent discoloration Grate horseradish in the open air arid i t will not effect the eyes Boil cracked eggs in salted water and they will retain their contents If one begins at the rootendc to peel onions the eyes will not smart so badly Renovate a loaf of stale bread by encasing it in manila paper then put it into the tin in which 4itwas baked set it in a cool oven and leave half a hour pour J boiling water over frozen eggs and leave in the water until coloVl hen utting cold bread hold the lioiife perpendicularly so the inside of the loaf will not be rushed and become heavy Slip4 small paper sacks oer F5thathavenocovers When worn putiaJj brm into very hot soapsuds until the splints are soft lean giflSt S flat surface until dry ai trim away the llpeveQ wnoo13lanketS ar washed dquite dry bet well with a l tet they will be light f i 4 ti iIi trJfJljr It tIr Buy soap by the quantity month or two before needed take it from the wrapper d set on a shelf to dry It will spend much better than if used at once To increase the durability of a hot water bottle rub thorough ly with vaseline let dry then rub again Always put ina little luke warm water washing soda dissolved in water to remove the odor To freshen old hickory nuts leave half an hour or less in boiling water then crack chop fine for icing not so fine for cake National Stockman Twas a Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Term A mans life has been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about he writes Hand the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kinks New Discovery three weeks I feel like a new man and can do good work again uFor weak sore or diseased lnngs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever LaGrippe Asthma orany Bronchial affection it stands unrivaled Price 50c and 100 Trial Bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Columbia Fair August 17 to 20th pont forget the dates Vote for the Good Roads Amand ment If there is a tobacco grower in Kentucky who is hesitating about whether or not he should vote for the good roads amendment next profitablejfor time and make a little calculation of what it would be worth in cash to him in hauling his tobacco to the railroad station over a good smooth hard road rather than lover the present hilly mud road which so many farmers are corn pelled to use We know from both observation and experience that in many counties of the State one or two hhds of to bacco is all that a good two horse team can pull over the roads they now have And in many cases one hhd is the limit With the right kind of road the same team would pull four or five hhds with more ease and in al most half the time that they now pull one In fact we know of many locatities when after Christmas it is difficult to get a team to the station with an empty wagon Figure up the number of trips you make toyour town or railroad station during year the wear and tear on teams and wagon loss of time and many other things and them get all your neighbors to vote for the good roads amendment in Nov emberFarmer Home Journal 4ev The Larue County Herald prints the following A spider concealed in a bucket of blackberries came near causing the death of little Miss Caswell daughter of Mr Whit Caswell of Upton Saturday The little girl was helping her mother preserve some of the berries and- o incidentally ate a few She got hold of one on which was the spider and failing to discover the insect swallowed it She soon became deathly sick and for a while it was feared that her ill ness would result fatallyA physician wassummonecl and it required considerable medical attention before she was pro nounced out of danger She has now about recovered A from the effects The Columbia Peii jRide Fgfrwill beheld August 14 Thii MiCJcittipn ia rapoaed of boys of the town irKo will- etg out good premium li i if it i Jt f I Wonan sUome Companion for August Snsanna and Sue begins in the August issue of Womans Ithestorylagewhich gives an opportuni ty for a novel plot The first installment promises even greater charm than Mrs Wiggins fa mous earlier books Edward Everett Hales Remi niscences are appearing exclu sively in Womans Home Com panion Now that his revered white head and kindly smile have gone forever these reminis cences always charming have an added interest Edward Everett Hales death is a peculiar loss to the Womans Home Companion to which he has contributed so constantly during the last few years The August issue in an appreciation of Doctor Hales life and work has some new anecdotes that are full of the charm of Doctor Hales personalityThis has none of the poverty of many summer maga zines There are eight stories inI iteach good and eachnovel The mother of today has a problem her grandmother never knew The modern girl after many years at school looks with scorn at the housekeeping which her mother knows is so impor tant In What Mother Can Do the Womans Home Companion colIlegehouse in the oldfashioned sense Marion Harland in a veritable literaay pilgrimage through Europe has discovered many unpublished stories of famous men and women which she will tell to Companion readers in her delightfully intimate way The first of the series deals with the everinteresting Empress Josephine at Malmaison where she died The matter of diet in summer is one fraught with many difficul ties In the Womans Home Companion for August Dr Woods Hutchinson claims that we arer apt to starve ourselves in sum mer He says that we suffer from the heat because of bad physical condition and that we would feel the heat less if we ate three good meals a dayISu i tC a s e Camp Cooking and Washing Fineries are of special interest right now The Childrens Department and the Fashion Department are both particularly good The Embroidery pages are full of summer ideas and Fannie Mer rit Farmer supplies enough ideas for novel cool drinks to last the whole summer The Coming Kingdom Written for the News v For we are not as many who corrupt the word of God but as JnthedIII beli vethe Kingdom of God is near at hand Its establish t pinglradIcal men that the scriptures call it a new earth the fire and st rzpan meltingand shal ing cvhichintroduce the King dom and symbolic Those wno thrduh falseteachings are x pectmj ia tmive3sal lEdlocimist Wil19 agrebly disappointed- The Fire syxiboIi etpioyedto t k2f1 i j1 1r t j I denote the absolute destructions of evil tningsoppressiouerllel- ty drunkeness leudness glut blasphemyIselfishnessin The things which cannot bE shaken and will therefore remain are right doing joy peace kindness purityin a word Loy working noi1to ones neighbor and therefore fulfilling the law SH There is no doubt that many will cling to the evil things that are being destroyed until they will be singed pretty badly Others will refuse to be separated from them and will therefore perish But the great mass of mankindwill be saved for when the Judgments of the Lord are in the earth the inhabitants of the world will learn righteousness But all are not saved to the same nature or condition All of Christs followers of the Gospel himI cipality and power and might and dominion and every name that is named All other righteous people of all times will inherit the earth saved to the perfect human nature and conditions The ones who are at first to phaseifrom among the Jews and the location for the worlds capital designated The Kingdom would have been established at the close of the Jewish age hadnot the wisdom of God foreseen the necessity for spiritual direction and authority to Conduct it There was spiritual wickedness in high places to be overthrown- It was his purpose to dwell with them hence he proceeded nIIplace This Temple is the Christian Church When it is brought together in the First Resurrection the earthly King dom will assume a tangible visi ble form at or near Jerusalem Now read numbers chapter xxxII and Josh xxlt and see all this clearly illustrated The 2J Tribes is the earthly phase of the kingdom called and develop comling to take up their earthly inheritance in Palestine The nine and onehalf Tribes is the Christian backIDivine Nature The half tribe of Mannasseh that never came back represents th remnantof the Jewish Nation that was saved under the New Covenant It is thus made plain that the Gospel saved many more than the law More are the children of the desolate than of the married wife Wth the Lord Now these revelations are ini Fdeed they are hidden from the world by aihicTj Vail of unbelief They are Pal so hidden from Christians who dp not live right But God hath revealed them unto us by his spirit for the spirit reacheth all things yea the de pthingof God pAct forkTly i I Ini case a ewe disowns or refuses tov let her lamb suck sprinkle a little salt and anisseed over the back arid shoulders of the lamb this will often iiiduee the mother to lick it mid effect a reconciliation and in i ow tlisrms the farn V w 1J iji yfe 0Mli t M t f ir F f sv 1 4 V T ION A 1OBS- ONtjL r 1E14TtiCI 0 f1- t I flas Eipough Ix i 4 f FenceLiv to fence in Green and Adair counties L f r The Stay wires on this fences are so 1 attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pulir the Tighter it Gets i j ENOUGFI L- Pou1tty J getting J to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farmjinj the tw6 counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of WallPaper ad f vertised in recent issues of The News IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock ofrGENERA MERCHANDISE r t tTodaee WantedIWL SIMMONS rlUMBLE KENTUCKY The Adair County News and CourierJournal Both One Year for 150 The father who is chummy with his boys get down to that eager inquiring restless little soul and explains and encourag es does not need to cut a birch in order to maintain discipline and the mother who sympa thizes cuddles and plays with her children can keep her slip pers on her feet and her hairbrush on the dressing table Children need love and sympathy as much as flowers need air and sunshine a Helm We are having nice weather at present Mrs S A Coe of this place died last Wednesday Funeral services were held by Rev G W Blakey Mrs G H Coe of this place is visiting her parents at Joppa I Jackman Bottoms school open ed last Monday morning Miss Maggie Wooldridge was the guest of Miss Ghoul Helm last Saturday night There will be a debating society organized at Jackman Bottom school house Friday night Miss Stella Hadley of this place was visiting relatives near Olga a few days ago Miss Nora Blankenship was the guest of Misses Don and Anna Helm last Sunday Mr Hiram Campbell who lives near this place has been very ill but is improving at present Mr Frank Campbell who has been at work on the Str Rowena for the past season returned home lastSunday morning t We havea twenty foot rise in the Cumberland river at this w itingrThink of it there has not been a day since the 9th of last JDe cember that the riv6r has feeen too4ow ipr the steam boats from BlurnsMe down l The farmers are aiout through plowing tliis neighborhood and 4 j ffk tt if the corn looks reasonably well owing to the extreme wet weath er we have had Mr T S Helm and Miss Lea va Dalton pf Olga were married last Sunday Squire Carnes officiating Horse shoe pitching is the game of the day at this place Mr G T Mann came near losing both of his cows last week Water surrounded them on ah island and they started to swim offand got hung in a bush He got to them in time to save them Mr J E Wooldridge of this place caught a nice fish last week It would weigh about 18 pounds 4e Big Elm Some wheat is this sectionis andlisshocks Mr S A Antle is selling a large number of buggies and harness at his place of business Mr John L Turner of this place visited his parents at Inroad Saturday and Sunday The red hot rollican flea is here Mr1 G W Stevenson one of Our near by farmers is mowing his meadows this week between showers t Mr Jv JD Sullivan a prominent Attorney of Jamestown stopped for the night at Big Elm on the 10th en route home from an ex tended business trip trough Adair and Metcalfe counties We are having so much bad rainy weather we cannot report much visiting this week The katy did made its rJ ance here on the ninth inst ancfe began the disputq at once f Mr Vander Collins is out fflis week jtmying calves Vanflefe knows a good calf when he seesF iit f Jusib aslcrig as calves wiflet r tlt tia big io dry hay give them 1t is the best of anf ii j- I know of tQ keep thexd 1ii trim Ho bowel trouble iip1 to Overtake them while they have H plenty of nice bright hay t S t vVv V il Sk Jiw t n r J 4- t t I i T i1t4dt- 1 V T- 1Y i y u X t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSord orO O OJ 0 O 1CZl 10 O C OJ lOCO Olt I I I Jj t JIJ f r f 0 fI N yo r YO j tJ1e Jt Mb wn4 H vwrr 0 N t t i 7 ld f1t t8f Iff 0 INCORPORATED f iii g CAMPBELLS t VILLE KY l S C j If i g j I 1r1j Ift B JJ 0 MAJESTIC AND TBLCO 0Ever woman wants to do her cooking as speedily and as easily as pos MAJESTICi 1 everybody to be the best and finest made It is sold by a 0The BuchananLvonINCORPORATED Co i 1 o CAMPBELLSVLLET- ne KY J c Tne best is the cheapest write for prices Another Range TBiLyOOir I is manufactured especially for thisfirm It is a beauty and gives per 0 feet satisfaction Whnin Cville dont fail te call and examine these i- b superior ranges You will be surprised at the very low plIcesi001 OJ 101 OJ CIS t Am wtijw Published Every Wednesday BY TIE Adair County NewsCompany INCORPORATEDw CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests tf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair aad adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Foatoffico as second dill malt matter xr WED AUG 4 1909 YYYYYY ftNNOUN eMelIT j FOR CIRCUITCQURT CLERK Vie are authorized to annouce G P Burress a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair County subject ta the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce IC G- Jeffries a candidate for ofAdair county subject to theactioh of the Democratic partyt tWe authorized to Announce A A Miller airtcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR MAGISTRATE I ama candidate for magistrate i the sixth Distrlc of Adair county sub ject t6 the action of the Democratic party JMWillis Harry Thaw will be acquited- in a fewdays or remanded to the asylum Caleb Powers is now a candidate for Congress to succeed D C Edwards from the Eleventh district His candidacy was an t nounced from Elkhart Ind by a Methodist minister Dr W H Nuttall a former Superintendent of the Feeble Minded Institute has skipped the country and his whereabouts I are unknown He IS charged with detaining a woman The Williamsburg Times a strong Republican piper is en gaged in showing up the rotten ness of the officials of Whitley county all of whom are RePubli- cansIi All manner of corruption wScharged The speech delivered by Mr WA Sommefs editor of the Elizab thtown News before the jsAssociation at Paris Ky July 17th has been received at thispMce and will be publish edtin full in a short time A The r comingbig Democratic J barbecue at Louisville isrgro ring in interesttI Prominent Bemo crats from al1 over the state if f tfef li 4 0 r have become interested and the promoters are expecting a vyery large crowd in the city August 31st and September 1st Cov Wilson has offered a re ward of 500 for Dr Nuttaltfs arrest He is chargedwith tee ing too intimate with feeble mind ed women while Superintendent oftheI institution Ifheis gilty the severest punishment should be meeted out to him t It is a short time untiltheCo lumbia Fair opens August 17 continuing four days The indi cations point to one of the largest meetings ever held here People are writing for catalogues say ing that they have stock to enter The outside attractions will ge very entertaining James Shel bys show will be upon the grounds and there will be two free acts each day of the exhibition v P v L4rry a H In last weeks issue attention was called to the importance of for ling a farmer sclub andenterp ing a contest for the production of wheat A proposition was outlined which seems to have butnthe membership not is increasing as rapidly as it should Uf to date between thirty and forty have joined while at least one hundred should have been enrolled Farmers of Adair ought not to be so slow in entering such a movement The contest is mere ly to stimulate to develop better methods of wheat growing to aid in making sufficient wheat for home consumption Ifsuc cess crowns our efforts the or ganization will doubtless become permanent and other crops can then be considered There is no need for the average farmer to halt andconsume time to make up his mind on such a move The fee for membership is only 100 payable on or before May 1st 1910 and to be used in making the premiums to be offered Al ready outside aid to this move ment is being received and if the farmers who are interested in wheat will only join in success is certain The organization must be perfected by September the 1st or sooner if possible addressIpro can double the eldof wheat Jn this county inside of throeyears wrth ati active membership ti pne huiidred and the real proi tp the Jprpwers mould be thribI bledIk t h f i i r ii t4 4 1i tih a F Knifley The health of this community is very good at present Our farmers aretaking advantage of the pretty weather to cultivate their crops andscut their grass The crops on Casey creek will be nearly fiftyj per cent short this time to what they have been here tofore Rev Win Kirtley filled his re gular appointment Plum Point the fourth Sunday 0 Mr and Mrs J W Arnold visited Mr and Mrs C Awheel er Sunday t The all day singing at Mt Pleasant Sunday was largely at tended and plenty of dinner on the ground Mr and Mrs Mont Page visited Mrand1Mrs Wiley Jones Sunday VK rsJlIatti Watson is very sick at this writing y 1 A protracted meeting will com p1ence fat EgYp t the second Sat urda night in August conduct ed by Rev M R Gabbert and Eld ZT Williams Also one at Roleythe third Saturday night in August conducted by Eld Z T Williams and Rev W G Montgomery t There was more grass seed sown in this section this season than was ever known before Mr S H Knifley while sink inga stockwell on his farm and after descending to a depth of 20 feet came in contract with a large stump on top of which lay a base ball and bat also about a number 2 fiat The owner can have same by calling on the above named gentleman Bill Wilson thisis n drummer lie It is reported that J J Hum phrey has a remedy that is death and destruction to rats and mice We had the pleasure of seeing Monday Bros Manure spreader a few days ago which did its work to the full staisfaction the owners Mr G 6 Hancock killed a rattlesnake last week 66 inches long and had 18 rattles Come again Zach Darnell The Buchanan Lyon Co s sign painters have been at work in this section for 2 weeks AC Wheeler sold oneYtearl= horse to MontvHovious for i65 v PKetti 1 ofii iMr fharfe StuM lt 1sIY oiiise d mot all its contents by fire a few nights ago Yrl r fatliSr ti t 1Y2f V U jjv J p 1 l BUGGIES WAGONS HARNESS H j 0 IrhiSseason up to the present has been a record breaker in the way Vehicles and Harness We furnish the best wagon that is made and our buggies are Rock me Light and Easy Come in and y go through our large establishment and be convinced that we can L tpl as you Our buggies and wagons are made of the toughest hicko 0ryi guaranteedrr v v HARNESS SADDLERY iJr i The most attractive sets of harness made are sold bv us and you Jonly Dy have to see the line to be con ced Our 0IEI 0 OJ 10J 10J O tie Franklin were married last Sunday Rev J W Bagby of ficiated Dudley Chastain will soon have their saw mill ready for work at this place John W Pickett and wife and Mrs Mamie Rodgers were i n Greensburg one day last week It is reported that there are several cases of smallpox in Greensburg VSeo W Pjckettandwi e were visiting the family fG T Kemp last Sunday v- JkG tl W Dudley sold some calves to F P Dohoney last week Farmers are about up with their work nibthis section The hay crop was extra good in this section r Mrs Lucy Kemp is visiting her daughter Mrs George Dickson in Hart county this week Rev J A Johnson is holding a series of meetings at Pleasant Ridge Mr George Keltn rwl101has been sick for some time is able j toyba out again U f f jfjriah Keltner of Roachville was here last Monday JThe Picketts Chapel and Fry base ball teams will cross bats at this place next Saturday Prof Acree will sing at Pick etts Chapel the 3rd Sunday afternoon in August Dunnville We are having fine weather in this part of the world Green Luttrel was in this community last week looking for sheep C W Dickinson is on the sick list at this writing 1Mr and Mrs Nathan Weir of Webbs X Roads were visiting Mrs S H Dickinson last week Mr and Mrs Rube Jones of Pellyton visited their son J D Jones Luttrels creek last week Mrs Henry Harmon and Kate Pierce visited Mrs Carrie COIn best =of Russell Springs last Friday and Saturday G Greaser Ellis and Glaudie Dickinson will start for Indian- aI i i a few days on a short visit r I Rev Jo Pierc andwife visit 6dMrs Kate Pierce Tuesday and t Wednesday iiley Rubarts is clerking for Cundiff BrPB ri Road working is the latest fad m areerJ fegettinff the workaun to soo- nJAII Pelleys tobacco crop Jooiuiff all rights if the craw fish v V v nr lt 1ll r r www vv Wvwvi IiwIiw w Iiw-j I 7f71I i K f IXi 1 7l1J v viI HUBBUGH BROS WELLENDORFF wIi w7i Successors to Hubbuch Bros v- m QiiC An Old Firm in a New Garb Irn m 1 r Iw 1L 11ig We are the same people as strong as ever ze Tliei4same IIstrong management the same reliable business met s are w larsbf all our transactions Your needs in 7ic iI v rtCjRPi gTS RUGS DRAPERIES FINE 3 1Jr PAPER ff 0 Willbe taken care of in the consciencious manner as ever befoi e irr- iw HUBBUCH BRQS c WELLENDORJFF in LOUISVILLE KY n 522522 W MARKET ST Jmii7 inilmiiCn 7K ilCInnCl 71 ilmmilmm i7i iiinJ 3E3 3E3B 30GHOBQ0E3 mf3Q800 3E3F 3E30E38 3 1 T A MUEEELL N W MILLER a MUtJRRELL MILLER rij WRITE I MLKINBS OF INSUBAJKEH II r x7THATS GOOD v D Thebe of everything in Insurance Strongest andmostt liberal Companies 1W N it at reasonable rates COLUMBIA trI KENTUCKY I 0E38E30E3H1E3808 33e3E38000aE3 did make the hills We hear that 2 or 3 stills will go ItO work very soon Girls now is the time to follow Rose Ellis ex ample and drive these accursed holes from the face of the earth Oscar Austin stole the cash box cut of the store of Har mon and Combest last week The box had between 12 and 20 dolj lars in it Austin was sent to jail Another boy implicated was released on 200 bond We had the pleasure of stay ing over night with Hon W G Ellis recently We also were over some of the road that was built under his supervision and must say it will come UP with Casey count s best pikes The road goes to prove that Welby is a public spirited man and it will stand a monument to his energy sand faithfulness to the end of time The Democrats of Belly ton will make a grave mistake if they do not nominate him for magistrateJo accompanied his aunt Miss Florance Rubarts to RussellSprings last week where she will stay till after the fair Rubyt U The sick folks pf this c6minuh nity areamprpving i X Scott didbusmess al wednsdaeyas y Siver ltfiJm this lace hd J ai Irr lI i t 3E3HE3a33E3 333 gVETERIARY SURGEOtTJSTI w J w Special attention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is heir stockPersons DrugCoPhone Residence 96 B I COLUMBIA g KY i 3CaIE 3f30 JH ForkSuIday J T Brake was at Dirigo on business Friday IR G Wilson and son Virgil visited relatives in Barren coun ty several daYs of last week Mrs Wm Firquin and daugh ter Miss Jesse Cumberland county are visiting the family of Jno Grider this week IX Wi Scott made a business to Columbia Thursday t r guestlofnight v Mr Claudie Stotts Dirigo Hare1W S B witaid family visited tmiIytQf T JRosson Rug by t vtrt fJI Mr andJlri Jy wH 4 tited theTamlrSundayy u t YiT 1 t j tqr YIl iI iwTi1I J I wt Jt t f i i 47fUc i TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS P 9I r 7YY Y J YYYYYYYYaCY iiCY YYrY f r 3 f 1 PERSONALs j J e liJr7 f qvisvillelastWck Mr- ry Goldstein Nashville wash rei9ayIMr J C Strange has been quite sick for several day MrLuther Williams Montpelier was here Monday qMr Leonard Pedigo Glasgow was here last Thursday IMr T E Jeffries was in Russell last Sunday Senator L C Nell was here from Gradyville last Saturday Miss Mollie Jeffries is spending a week at Hussell Springs t Miss Mattie Taylor of Lexington is f at her bId home on a visit jMr R L Paull of Glasgow was few days of last week f Dr Elam Harris Russell Springs Il spent last Sunday in Columbia Messrs W Eo and J C Holladay aretJ1 at the Lebanon Chautauqua this week 1Mrs Bruce Montgomery is spending iii a with her parents at Gradyville Miss 0 M Reed returned from J Knoxville Summer School last Thurs day Mr iQeo Nell returned from the Sul- Phur Well Metcalfe county last Fri dayi Miss Bettie Lewis left for Lawrence burg and Lexington last Saturday morning MrsE W Reed and little daughter Frances are spending a week at Griffin Springs Miss Mollie Caldwell of Portland visited her sister Mrs Tom Waggener last week Mrs Mary Bell ofNell visited her sister Mrs J O Russell a few days of last week countyLMyrtle Myers Dr Gi D Moore was here last Satur day afternoon and rooted for the Cane Yalley boys Mr C C Gwin of Greensboro Ala is visiting in Columbia stopping with Mr Allen Walker JDrJH Grady and his daughter Mrs Si A McKay were here from Gradyvflle Monday Mr Claud Montgomery who visited his parents in Franklin Ind returned home last Thursday- Master rl Paul Hunter of Bradfords ville is visiting at the home of his uncle 1ir E H Hughes Mrjleed Shelton and Miss Vic l Hughe Ji went to Sand Lick the first of iheweejc for a few days stay Mrdl H Squires left Tuesday for Elida N M where he will look after his reafestate for a short while Miss Lora Smith and Miss Katie Murrell will visit Jamestown this week and wilpf spend one day at the Springs Miss JBercie Simpson returned from JBurkesyille Sunday afternoon accom RiPayne Mr rJ B Yates Gradyville was here Friday Ife has been a victim of rheumatism fora year but he is im proving v I Miss Nettie Clark who has been pastIBWO s ago fjfaiss S R Marcum who has been KnoxvilleaDimmer School returned home last P tanight tom iises Lizzie Feese Vara Hutch f Mary B Feese and Mr and Mrs Mont Feese will spend two days this k at Russell Springs Fair fr W L Taylor of Bartlesville la who visited his old home started his return trip this morning accom nied by Miss Ethel Taylor ifo iGeo W Robertson who has n living near Elida New Mexico several years is back on a visit is daily meeting many rien4l r Iw LBaker cashier of the ca 1rCompany and his e daughter Dorothy visited at the ie oit Mr Bakers father last week IBB Sarah Thomas of Smiths Sre Ijwho was a teacher in the Lind Wilson last year is visiting in Co ia tQPpingwith MrsC MRussell MTr Athen Fletcher wife and baby fGr tisburg were in Columbia Sat ay ien route to Fairplay where they andLrireiatives r li G Atkins was in 11banytast night byaointment to 3n IriAlbanyif pimi JAfk to Albany ad present wH en he inspection was- V ba it 1vp d t t l r William Foster wife donel child will arrive in Columbia this after noon and will visit Mrs Fosters aunt osttranHtamily MrsandHart county v Mrs A M Hackett of Evansville hid and two sons are visiting at the home of Dr W R Grissom Mrs Hackett being a cousin of Mrs Gris some She salso a sister of Congress man Thomds who represents the Third district and is a sister of Mrs Ollie James whose husband is the Congress mam from the Frst district Mr A H Rowe of Rowena was here last Tuesday in company with his daughter Mrs P V Ballew who isa victim of appendicitis and who was being conveyed to the Ezizabeth Infir mary Lebanon where an operation would be performed LATERthe operation was performed Sunday after noon It was successful and Mrs Bal lou will be able to return home in two weeks Meet me at the ColumbiaFair- The Pea Ridge Fair will be held Aug 14th Remember the Pea Ridge Fair Aug ust 14th Fun for all Get your stock ready for the Colum bia Fair August 17 will bethe date Be sure and attend the jColumbia Fair the first four days beginin Au- gustl7 iT Look 5000 buys a Weber wagon from F L Wilson Russell Springs Ky 373t Get your pulling mules and horses ready for the fair A good premium is offered for both iThree hundred dollars offered by the Columbia Fair on four rings Saddle harness and beauty The Flying Ginnie with alls musi cal attractions will be on the1 Columbia Fairground during its four days The thoroughbreds mules and plug horses will do their part trying to break the record at The Columbia Fair Buy Watkins linement flavorings spices soaps female remedies cough- cures sarsaparilla etc See Mrs G W Staples J B Grant 364t The James Shelby show will give two free exhibitions every day of the Fair This above will be worth all it will cost you at the gate K J for Sale v One rubber tired phaeton not used but little oodRrepair two good work horses 392t WL Walker Bargians Now is the time to get bargains in second hand buggies surries stand hops and poultry wagons atSFEubanks shop 39r2t Farm for Sale IGoodMy farm containing 150 acres lying Ion Casey Creek Adair county is for sale 50 acres in bottom There is a residenceI392t Jake Chelf Casey Creek Ky It may be of interest to the teachers of this county to know that a gentleman who is not acquainted with any one of them stated last week while the institute was in session that it was the best looking and the best dressed ag gregation of teachers that he ever saw in any county The Blue Jim Coal I keep a large quantity of the Blue Jim Coalas good as ever usedina grate I also keep other grades and make the price as low as possible Givefme youprder for winter use and remove it at your leisure 34rf C F Mantz Campbellsville Ky farm For Sale In eastern part of Adair county Ky lj miles nbrtheast of Tarter post office 100 acres 65 in cultivation gobd condition balance in timber lies well five room house barn and other outbuild ings 5 good springs orchard and good outside range Price 1000 For iri formation call on or address Marcus Tarter Tarter host office Adair county Ky The following is a schedule of the baseballgames which have commenced at the Lebanon Chautauque Thursday July 29 iGreensburg YB Lebanon Fri ay July 30 Greensburg ins C mpells Campbellsvillevs lunjbla vs Lebanon Thursday Au uit 5 Polumli a ygr nbmEziday Augutuixbia vs Campbellstille h s t J r t p t j rt yMb j t 0- 11ft W r J i f cOi c OREENSBURO 1 yI f ttt d OUR LARGE STOCK OF BUGGIES Are all on exhibition in our salesrooms and it only takes a look to convince you as to Quality Style and Price and years to tell the worth of them they are good for years in service WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY No risk in buying our stuff it is guaranteed and backed up by the largest manufacturers in the country Come to us for Fox Fertilizers Adrian Wire Fencing ilHart Schaffner Marx Clothing t THE PLACE WHERE MONEY 0 i WW GREENSBURG KY l djMcCalls Magazine is one of the best periodicals published for ladies It makes a specialty of styles aud each issue contains articles and cuts of the latest out It has much valuable reading and the hints on cutting and making is well worth the price of the book Dress makers can not do with out it Address McCall Magazine 236 tq246 West 37th St New York The Columbia baseball team left here this morning for the Lebanon Chautau qua Grounds where it will play Leba CampbeIIsviUeI Greensburg and Friday agaist Camp bellsville Our boys are going up to win the prize and about thirty rooters from the town and county will be with them Saw Mill Burned The Hugh McLean Saw mill which was located on the old Springfield road three miles to the right of Cane Valley was consumed by fire last Wednesday morning about 4 oclock It is not known just how it caught All the machinery was destroyed but the fire did Slot reach the Clumber yard isiloss of the millhouse and machinery rr-considerable Ariarge audience was at the Court house Thursday evening to witness the contests four Reading Writing Composition and Spelling There were quite a number of entries and the prizes were awarded as follows Reading Miss Celeste Shirley Penmanship Miss Ma g Walker Composition Miss Est lIe Wil lis Spelling Eld Tobias Huffaker The Judges were Prof J C Willis Prof Harrison and Prof A H Ballard The wheat contest for 1910 will be a success if our farmers will do their part and from present indications every sec tion of the county will be in it to win If you want to stir up an interest in the production of wheat this is the place that will bring it about No good farmer large or small should hesitate to contribute to the plan The impor tation of wheat and flour into this county ought to be checked and entire ly eliminated by home spun goods If we all pull together it will be done inside of a few years Dr S A Taylor who lives eight miles from Columbia on the James toas road arrived in Columbia last Thursday about the noon hour having with him his little son about five years old The boy is the owner of a small black dog but he was left at home Three hours afterthe doctor and his son had reached town the dog made his appearance oh the square and soon found his little master Thisis another evidence that a childs truest friend is his dog As a reward for his faithfulness the doctor permitted the little dog to ride home Preaching Next Su ndayi W H C Sandidge Ebinezer E J Barger MtPleasantjZiT Williams Columbia J R Grider Cedar Point J N Walbert Society Hill r WM White Edmonton v lB Y Wilson Pink RidgeJJ R Crawford Flat Rock AiR KaSey Columbia v 1 J A Johnston Grad vilI- Carmel V J al oo Mt L T Ileeyee Cane l v n flo J fc Turner Red Lick i f W J Levi Milltownrv WB Cave I rbyjdonce r rf tf ir4r Ir they YOU YOU I t = = this = News Hall Heat and Rooms for Girls Boys Halls Refloored FALL 2 1909 V for further Information Address o 0 Execution Sale satisfy Execution No 1821 which issued from the office of the Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court en 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 and 72100 Dollars 23672with 6 per cent interest thereon from the 20th day of May 1909 and Five and 58100 dollars cost of suit Iwill 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 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 town of Columbia Ky and known as the Garnett land and about 2J or3 acres and is bounded as follows By Road Co and the Russell County Road and the street provided far in the deed and there is f Mill lot cf ng iIJ i i f t2Tf 1 WAGONSiWe eave decided to discontinue the sale of wagons and we haveaboufrthreecars of Old Hickory Tennessee and JA ix Columbus Wagons on hand that we are closing out re gardless of cost Come and get prices these wagonsjbefore are all sold I WE WILL SAVE TO PAY WELL FOR YOUR DAYS TIME TO COME TO GREENS BURC TALKS Pi 1 MITCHELL COMPANY ctOOOOOOOO 000000000000 4 O II LINDSEYWILSON TRAINING SCHOOL o More than Six Thousand Dollars Spent for Im010 prdvements 0dUJ Dining Steam Additional s gI0o TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 0 NEilSON MOSS Columbia Ky J0- o 0O 0000000000000 0000000000000 To Thirtysix thereabout containing Campbellsville Turnpike llscKinley Over8tJofBurkandTwentyfour 13thhdam Coltimiandiaunded IJeyon ulJIIhii on ENOUGH FrankjIIchine oneresaw one sizing saw one planer one cab and carrige and all other Machinery and apparatus belong ing to said Mill subject to the above named Mortgage of R Young and also a lein of J T Goodman Jrv for the sum of four hundred dollars 40000 with 6 per cent interest thereon from the 19th day of December 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 date will be required of the purchaser this 17th day of July 1909 373t W B Patteson 3 A C Washingtons Plague Spots iev in the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac the breeding ground of ma laria germs These germs cause chills fever and ague billiousness jaundice lassitude weakness and generaldebility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric Bitters never f i1t9 destry them and cure malaria troubles Theyre the best allround tonic and cure for malarial ever used writes R M James of Louellen SO They cure Stomach Liver Kidney alf Blood Troubles and will prevent Tyl phoid Try them 50c rGuaranteedby Paull Drug CoJ TheColumbiaPeaRideFair w ill be Jilgdjoojootl11f p II fetUISVILLEMARKETl Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLEShipping 525630 Beef steers 350575 Fat heifers and cows 3 505 25 t Cutters v 22o350 100Q225BullsFeeders H wi 350500 Stockers 225450 4200CommonHOGS 780Mediums600730 Roughsq 680 down SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lattnbsy 65007 Culls 5 005 50 Fat sheep y 4504 5 Columbia Market POULTRY Eggs i6 TrukeysY7i 06 Chickens jfkviC lO Ju 1 GRAIN 1 I Wh t IDI L251 GornIITH80Columbia Fair August t17 towDon tc foetthe djte c 1 is r1 n f There ILbe chance for some 4 Jr tIto get a beautiful ne lace wort SiO JV she ia a goodrider Fred HiU ofthei Paul Drug Company offwfI i I L 1 i ti j17 4 TTri i i I f l C fp4 l l t 1 I 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r lN Time Card 4 In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTHBOUND AIN Lv LOUISVILLE An LEBANON 10 27 3 700 am 942 a- mNo23815am iw 1004 am No 79 505 pm J40 pm No 21 800 pm 1000 pm No 93630 pm 900pm NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE o24 548am 750am o 78 732am 1015 am 028 430 pm 655 pm No 22 628pm 815 pm So 92732am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 sunday trains only C M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones I Jewlers and Opticians Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132W Market let Ist 2d StL Ky S D Crenshaw 1 VETERINARY SURGEON i r Special Attnetion to EyesI Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any surj gical work done at fair prices 1 well fixed to take care of stock amIey due when work is done or removed from stables ONE IIALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMIA POINTMENT HLMORE HOTEL W CtllLiJVIOHE Pfop it FirstClass Table f Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- es2DYX1ILLe KYI Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1 v IDr S Bunbat 2 entist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 11 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph It StoneAt- tbrneyAtLaw 9 Will pradice in thisandadjoining counties 4 Jamestown Kentucky rftnea UlatMIMl6H1atuMi lj tt =ei tWr aIoiclty PitITSo 1WooI oc IaCuM 0SSJC aKcCaht r SSiiff S jSCnaTiycAjr Cw F1t J t tlJI1 r C r fi I NerveWon Out Ii In the Tip of the Tonguej column in the New York Press appears thefollowing tale about John W Gates the wellknown stock magnate and a green Chi cago reporter When JohnWGatesa few years ago had the Chicago pit excited by his plunging in corn re porters camped in vain on hits trail for a week A green reporter on a Chica go daily volunteered to get him The city editor laughed and told him to go ahead The blissful optimist did not wait to deliver his card to the negro in livery at door Instead he walked straight into Gates office Whats the meanidg of this asked Gates rising angrily Im a reporter and I want an interview said the intruder If you dont get out of here Ill have you thrown out thundered ohnWatchme Well youll have to call your ar my in for Im not going to move retorted the reportercGates went around the endof threatIeniigly self he shouted Now Mri Gates take it easy said the re porter soothingly You dont want a scene here do you Gates stopped looked at the brazen fellow in wonderment then gave vent to his bellow of a laugh I had half your nerve IfI man Id be boss of Creation fore a twelvemonth he said Sit down Gates gave the inter view and the following day he hired the reporter at 150 a week J Rowes X Roads l IYour correspondent at this place has been very sick Four weeks ago I had a hemorhage of the kidneys then went off in a three hours chill had the hic coughs three days and nights I am in bad health and I take this method of thanking my Drs and many kind friends for their kindness and their help to me while I was so sick I am just letting Gods will be done with me I want his will to be my will let me live or die his will be done in my case The Lord help meamen Jim Shelley has been sick with fever four weeks is same better at this writing Willis Blakey hada little boy kicked bya horse a few days ago was badly hurt The wheat in this corner is about all threshed th yield was good- We now have had one week of suushine and the farmers have put in full time- Since my last letter to the News there is a 10 pound girl at Bill Prices Mother and baby doing well v Edward Aaron has gone to greatly11l7ed in our sermons and lessQf the world we would soon haye better times in the country Too much show no good in i jf Brethren preach the gospel let the world go with the world Tom Murrell of yonr town has beeu with us this week in the in I surance business Asa Rodgers littlegirl5 years old got three of her fingers Cut off this week by her little broth er T1i 1 JohnOakigot hi hand caught J- i A jl 4tigilJ 7 r r1v4 t r some part ofthe wheat thresh er yesterday hurting him considerably John Oaks wagons and teams with his hands are at work on the fair grounds this week at the Russell Springs Owensbyti The health of this community is very good excepting whooping cough Rev Em ery Stevenson deliv ered a very Interesting sermon to a large and attentive crowd at Moore school house Saturday nightIMrs Susie Vaughan Russell Springs was visiting a t Frank Lapsleys Saturday and Sunday The meeting and singing at Esto Sunday was largely attend ed Mr Oris Barger and wife and Mr Mi 0 Stevenson and wife all of near Columbia attended church at Esto Sunday We were very glad to see Mrs J H Barger able to be at church Sunday Our school opened the 12fch with Miss Lena Oaks as teacher Mrs Edna Owens and Mrs Valeria Grider visited at Robert Murrays one day last week On Sunday July 4th 1909 Mr Sampson Antle and family of near Montpelier and Mr Geo Antle and family of near Denmark celebrated at D G Griders It was a dayofenjoyment and pleas ure and one that will long be re membered Uncle Sheridan Hudsen near this place died the 15th instHe was 84 years old Mrs Vaieria Grider and Miss Idell Simms visited Mrs Maude Qaks one day last week Seared With a Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettlecut with a knifebruised by slammed door injured by gun or in any other way the thing needed at once is Bucklens Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supremeI healer infallible for Boils Sores Eczema and Piles 25c at Paull Drug Co Absher Wear still haying plenty of rain Mr Frank Gabbert of Casey Creek is spending a few days with his grandma of this piaceI Mr and Mrs Owen HendrIck J son and son Ray were visiting at U P Dillinghams Saturday and t Sunday Eld 1L R Gabbert filled his regular appointment at Egypt last Sunday He will commence a protracted meeting at this place on Saturday night beforethe sec ond Sunday tin Augjust Mr and Mrs W 0 Thomas of Oklahoma City Okla are vis iting relatives in this community Messrs Fred Humphress and Ingram Robertson attended Sunday School at Parnels Chapel Sunday afternoonf Mr andMrs SQAjbsher vis ited at J II Morris Sunday Mr Alvin Martin and sisters Misses Eulaand Bertha Jee spent Sunday at Ben Robertsons IMiss Ella Shepherd was the guest of the Misses Easts Saturday night The Egypt boys crossed bats with the Vester team Saturday afternoon and the scores stood 20 to 4 in favor of Egyptteat VMssEmb Bobertz Qn of this place i p aiding thit week with her uncle 3Vfe Mo1rrj J fH t1- o13tt L Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283days Madisonville Aug 35 days Winchester Aug 35 days Blue Grass Fair Lexington Aug 96 days J Russell Springs Aug 3 4 days Burkesville Aug 10t days Taylorsville Aug 104 days Uniontown Aug 105 days Harrbdsburg Aug 123days r Columbia Aug 174 days Leitchfield Aug 174 days 1 Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Providence Aug 17 5 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Broadhead Aug 183 days days Shepherdsville Au g 183 Ewing Aug 193 days t Shelbyville Aug 245 days London Aug 244 days Elizabethtown A ug 243 days Springfield Aug 254 days Florence Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Hardinsburg Aug 313 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Tompkins ville Sept 15 days Fern Creek Sept 15 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Hodgenville Sept 73 days Monticello Sept 74 days Carroll Gallatin Owen T r i County Fair Sept 84 days Glasgow Sept 84 days Sanders Sept 84day Kentucky State Fair Louis yule Sept 136 daysIScottsville Sept 163 days Bedford Oct 12 days A method that has for the past few years been used with con siderable success for causing fowls to pass through the melting period early and uniformly con sists in withholding part of the fowls food for about two weeks which stops egg productionand reduces the flesh of the fowls and then feeding heavily mia ration suitable for the formation of the upbuildingI The wheat harvest in East Tennessee is practically over It is reported to have been attend ed with unusual difficulties onoc count of the continued rains While the wheat is now in the shock there has not been suffi cient sunshine to properly dry it out The harvest reveals that the crop in East Tennessee is going to be good in quality Cures yspsia Trial Is Free is a popular mistake that only IIt people who cat rich and foods suffer from dyspepsia or as it is also known indigestion The laborer in the street the worker in the field alsoJindshim- self a victim of this Among the very greatest sufferers from it are women k Dyspepsia Is indicated by a constant feeling of laziness by loss of appetite and troubled sleep by sour stomach and dis tress after eating by bad complexion and lusterless eyes There is no surer and speedier cure for this trouble than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which dyspeptics have been using successfully for twenty years This great herb laxative compound cured Capt Clark of Buffalo la of dyspepsia and sour stomach that he hid hadfor forty years or until the lucky day that he heard of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It cured Joel Adams of Montgomery Ala after suffering continuously for sixteen months These are only a few of the many But it is n expensive to be cured with this grand remedy as it can be bought at any drug store in a 50 cent or 1 bottle Your very neighbors are probably life long users of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin but if you want to know without expense what it will do for you personally send your name to Dr Caldwell and he will be glad to send you a 1r trial bottle He is factually anxious to have you maker a test of his remedy Thousands of families everywhere keep it in the house against such an emergency as constipation sour tomach indigestion biliousness dyspepsia heart- bUrn torpid liver etc which may come on a member pf the family any day Itis pleasant to the t gently and does not gripe It Is the great childrehB 1xative tonic If there is anything about your ailment thit you doitt understand or if you want I any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer1 you fully Thre it no charge fer this service The addris s Dr 1r B l C e1J5tj1GJdW 1IWC IXoatlc lii t Jt iJ I l1 jfl iiflI f n irr p r o WEEKLY rfI fW F GOURIERJOUiflL I HENRY WATTERSON EditorIIs a National Newspaper politics It prints all the news I fear or favor The legUlarpc is r X i r a year but you can get the WEEglp COURIERJOURNALv I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j BOTH ONE YEAR1 I or i50i1 I I if you will give or sen your Order totJiM paprnotto the CourierJournal i H It r lDaily CourierJournal YrSBiOO I I Sunday CourierJournal YrS2100 can give you a combination cut IWe Daily or Sunday if you will y te A Vvskr v XX XXX V V W V V V V e V V V V V V V V ff- L Fifth Avenue Hotel1 gPIKE CAMPBELL MGR CD i Refurnished Redecorated t ande i Qmodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu d C lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale Cand Retail Districts Churches and l iIz st Theaters v i iiI FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE t t j Ir7i iIc IIE Louisville 1IV W V V W j W Jf7 7i i 7i 7i 11 I 7i I i I i i 7i j i n 7iYlji U G HARDW K Prcs J R COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec I WTtyneMillSuppIyCoESTABLISHED MIliliWIQ1TZ I mAcW4iss ENGINES OILERS DEALERS GRIST INI1301 THIRTQeNTHMftlN I SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work 9 JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I All p Kinds of Machinery Repaired I i PRANK CORCORAN i w HighGrade Marble Granite SJ t owerk SeeIUSierre tofalikiid ll1 bMy 2t tIWV V Trade from Adairand adoInIngfcoun tie 1jtt ii solicited t vV iv Main Street Leban nKYzv i r hungUJibyhop than the vatQutiIFI ani break its wit rec rdthi this line t fi t Ei Zf i il s I it 1 jc x = TT flwThere lady et b tJt IioeKt12 QlftQ she YI a roodidr Fd1i11 f the PaulI Drug cmpany oi k r i t4e lf F a 4 1 9 i Tl I ZYi r + f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 i WoodsanLewis a Greensburg Kentucky i IS NEStudebaker V1 BirdsellI flilburn c = =WagonsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows JA car laadof c Disc Harrows Acar load of Cultivators Corn Planters andII One= tlorse Corn Drills l i Wiifvhtfve the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other V ever shown in this Green River Country ready for- Spring 1rtrade 1 LtMB SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky 71Mail orders promply attended to rrl e 13LtNDS 4 O 4 r Sash and Door in the South fr orders to us for prompt j and good goods We them Jot E Main Street 4I LE KY J 4 Ii n= tS Imgzsket St Bet 1st Bitook n l J li 5 b j 7rDt t llee t Also 1pofinj Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Work Interior Finish EtcI Largest Wholesale Sendyour shipment appreciate 211215 jcLOUISIL hl f113f10s jl W7iti ntaeky U1t1tffY Sash Stair s 4 I 0 N aJ bWR Cutlery Guns WAGON MaTE IsI1 Telephone 2167 Botb Phones fTit4t49 EeoKEDr James Menzies i J 3OSTEOPATliY 3 1 i r 0 Tlld191ai j tOfttce itf i e Tltfllle Evt rltTfIESIIEHC- E Ij jColurnbia Kentucky 3 t i f f J 1d JJI t r Womans Beauty I Some women retain advancee d age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them someICardui as thousands of other women have done Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial TAKECADUI 1 36 YonI and writes was so could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it IAT ALL DRUG STORES J Sparkesville Glades Theta a little daugther of Mr and Mrs L Akin has been quite sick but is better at this writingI Mr Henry Gadberry and wife of Gadberry visited Mr and Mrs W L Gadberry Tuesday The past week being dry en abled the farmers to get their crops mostly worked out Mrs Harrison Hamilton of Basil is visiting relatives at this place i t Miss Lela Garmon is on the sick list The singing at Antioch Sunday was quite a success Paul Akin spent Sunday at GradyviileMrs Gowen and children visitedrelatives near Basil Sat urday and Sunday Our produce men made thei regular trips to our town last week and secured good loads of you try Bruce Preston spent Saturday night and Sunday at Gadberry Messrs L A Zed and Evan Akin and JF Gilpin are de 1 livering wheat at Gradyville to nDiddle per bushel Miss Hattie Gilpin was th i guest of her sister Mrs A W Breeding Wednesday night e J F Pendelton was transact t ing business at this place Tues day Corn is selling at 4 per barrel = in this neighborhood J A Wheeler arid wife visited at N S Wheelers Saturday night tThe Sunday school is progress ing very nicely at this place wit i L Akin Supt There are aeveral cases of whooping cough in this neigh borhood IMr S B Wooten who has bee on the sick list for several days is imptoVingslow f Clarence Gowen visited at Weed Sunday Several romthis place attend ed eshwat GradY ille Friday J Rii d Neatsburgl tfit y tPy if The health of this community is Very bad there Being two cases of typhoid fever besides 1E chills and other fevers Cprn crops are worse accord jug to the rumors 9f the ja lderj CitizensLfchian thW have ifei SjfEy r bYIhisduces from eight to twelve hun dred barrels will fall short about three hundred barrels this year Our school is progressing nice ly under the management of Nolon White Nolon is a splendid young man and an excellent teacherMr H Squires and wife are visiting the formers parents near Columbia and in a few days willl leave for Elida N M We regret to part with such excel lent citizens and wish them much successMiss Montra Thomas of Mill town is visiting her sister Mrs Emma Breeding Miss Montra is a favorite wifh all the young folks around here and most es pecially one atrtended the singing at Mt Pleas ant Sunday Evans Bros shipped a car load of cattle last week to the Louis ville market and did fairly well financially Last Saturday the Knifley and Neatsburg ball teams crossed bats on the grounds of former The game was hotly contested fourtheinning the scores stood 2 to 0 but as the game preceded the Neats bnrg boys did some excellent batting and the game closed 12 to Q in favor of Neatsburg The most exciting features of the game was a home run by Hard wick and a deep run catch in center field by Beard White pitched an excellent game and in fact all the boys of both teams acquitted themselves well lBatteries for Neatsburg White and Hardwick for Knifley Wal kerand Jones The Crime ot Idleness I onericausres constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nauaea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver trou bles and build up your health 25c at Paull Drug Cor A Method of Eradicating the Wild Onion The toffice of Farm Manage nient United States Department oft Agriculture has mm ready for distribution a circular giving a t discussion of the wild onion prQ l mandjutiining a Plan whereby the pest can be ex termihgte tf This circular will be vent frees to are peraon ne5t1 0c r 1r tSr i I t t J + + + + + + f HO R D RICE IDEALERS IN e p 0HARDWARERUBBER TIRES BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION tiW WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CN ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL ievve +es etIi LUMBER We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hated and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latestTpatern and we can meet all reasonable de= mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32 = 4 32 = 3 and59= A GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill DRINK DOPE COLA Manufactured by OTLEY HOBSON Campbellsville Ky i They also manufacture a number of surtnmer 1 Drinks r WH WILSON COLUMBIA KY ris their representative for this section 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U S Senators of Ken tucky Housei Congressional and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem ocratic and Republican State Central Commit tees and State Executive Committees Senatorial FROM Districts Counties of Kentucky when made and TO from what Counties Area and Population Statistics of the Panama Canal Great Lakes Hawaiian Islands Porto Rico Alaska Philippines Area and Population of States and Coun tries The Original States and those admitted M The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Wall 1 Chart will be given FREE to those for the Evening Post for One Year at O0orforrSix Months 200 Mail This price only thosewhocannotgetTheEveningPostdelivered by or Agent Send for and full description of gettheIsaac Shelby THE EVENING POST Louisville Ky I Augustus E Willson SPECIAL PAPFRrmoc f =3CJe09E30D80E 3 B ==S If Newly furnished H Conveniently located I vL T A firstclass Restaurant in connection I msIoI p J ifRatesIOO Per Wte r Ik M i 7 Q i lam also prepared tofurnish 1Iittt Anything la theBakeryl JIn3 t rr 1 t f L Ir I i1Your Businethsolicited i Jt ttf f y t i D RQBT HUDSONS CoIlmtiijKyJ i Mi I t frt door Belo v Citizens y aJkoI1i CampMlsville ikiD 1 q c oC x e cr t U Sf tJVv f R r frA RtfMpfilf M S hOaPES fi t 1t F j i r gt 1i fi j jj I f a k f IL d H t n WifTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i j o 2t Grady illev f Master PauTHughes of Columbia spent a few days of lastweek wiiin Ed Diddle Master Ed Hill spent a clay or so at Edmonton this week Miss Clara Wilmore returned from Red Boiling Springs Tenn 1last Wednesday waterIlast doneiIMrs Sarah Flowers accom panied by Mrs 1COMossspent last Monday in Columbia Mrs Ed Coomer is very sickat this writing with flux We understand there are several other cases in the community t Mrs Ella Y Robertson and her father Mr C H Xates t spent a day or so by the bed side of the latter s sister Mrs Yates at East Fork last week Mrs Bettie Burbridge of New Mexico accompanied by her t brother Mr J M Wilson spent several days at Edmonton last week visiting relatives Mr Geo Nell of Columbia call ed in to see us last Friday on his return from Sulphur Well Mr Shirley the wellknown Hotel man of Edmonton stopped over for dinner at the Wilmore fe House On his return from Colum Bia last Friday V While in conversationwith one oiour mill men at this place one day last week he informed us that they had bought and received up to this time fifteen r hundred bushels of wheat in good condition and a fine quality of wheat Mr Ed Yates of Somerset spent a few days of last week with his relatives in this city and rvcommunity Mr William Harvey the inde pendant candidate for magistrate in our district was in our midst one day last week and in r formed us that his prospects for election was goodand that he Was on the track to stay until after the election inNbvember Mr John Q Alexander the popular dry goods man of Camp bellsvillef accompanied by his s on James made our town last week and as usual had a nice business with ofir merchants RevL T Reeves of Columbia filled his regular appointment at fthis place last Sunday with a very jhteresting discourse Our peo pie are highly pleased with Bro Reeves We think he is the right placeiNot withstanding the large amount of rain fall we have ha d this season our farmers showl be well pleased with the pros pects they have for acorn and tobacco crop We take it that tobaccoIlast season at this time especially the crops that have been culti Mated Mr and Mrs W M Russell- Indianapolis Indf spent several days with the family of Mr J FPendleton of our Community iMrs Russell is a sister of Mrs4 iPendletpn Mr and Mrs Rus vsel were both reared in Greensv burg but for several years hay- Indianapolisbeen residing in iMrsGeQ H Nell received i considerable shock a few days ago from a fall while horse back griding ThEr horse that Mrs t Nell was riding became al arm from the hoisting of a Parasol and threw her We trust tr shock is not seriousa tI t If we ian only Have atfew daystr j 1f l 1 4 o i W YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF ANa ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY HANNAS GREEN SEAL PAINT is without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market and is cheapest in the end in that it will go further andwear longer than other paints Only the best materials are used with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT tempered with just enoughzinc to prevent chalking quickly as is the case where lead alone is used 4 FOR SALE BY Jeffries Hardware Store W F JEFFRIES SONS PROPS I of sunshine our farmers will all get through with their meadow grass and we are glad to note that some of our largest wheat growers have threshed their crops JH Smith made between seven and eight hundred bushels J A Diddle between five and six hundred bushels Messrs J F Pendleton and C C Stephen have not threshed also several tWeor more than the onesmentioned Qnite a number of our farmersy made anywhere from one hun d red and fifty to two hundred and fifty bushels If other com munities makethe same anjpuntj in proposion to this it does look Iike4tliat pldA lair cpun ought to be self sustaining as fa as flonr is concerned Mr Thos Moss in company y duleMosswill have an operation performed c f r Ir 1 St Hon eGIensforR If r rr r TTaf U fh TS Tj ir Shelbys show hi ouro riit- owrivlast Tiiesday and lef tjusj minus of a few nickels but amp n ly repidiD sights weharsa- w beforeC t 1I W L Taylor an old citizen this place who now resides at Bartless ville Oklaj paid us a ant visit last week He will be accompaniedon his return by his sisterinlaw Miss Ethel Tay log The singing at this place last Sunday conducted by Messrs Darnell and Turner way largely attended and well enjoyed by al present One noteworthy inci dent of the occasion was that we had with us Messrs W Jj and GB Taylor who were at onetime considered to be two of th best vocalist in this section dEdd Taylor who has been con fined to his room for some time with typhoid fever remains ver lowI arde e growing club being organized in this county for the purpose of increasing the yeIdand also the countyl J and one that our farmers shawl not fail to encourage The lensfork section is one of the best wheatgowing regions in this part ofthe state and ware e posing thousands of dollars because of our neg artlect to iisn this important indus try ffd oJ J ellThere is much inore money hungup Columbia Fair for cattle and heyFarr nbr k IJtloWl record pn this line y rfF iIkti Joppa v ThevheaTr rain that fell last Wednesday done considerable damage Mrs Belle Willen and daughter wbo have been sick with fever are able to set up Mrs Lizzie Kirtley who is very sick is no better this writing The teachers of this communi ry have been attending the insti and report a fine instructor There was an enjoyable eve ning spent at the home of the j Misses Barger last Saturday gamesipresent were as follows Misses Mattye and Mary Young Mae Cabrdll Tina Addie Willis Dora Young Nancy Willis Allie and Mattie Garnett Loise Holla pay0 h n Jeffries Lewis Ypung Willis A Brocknan MarkHolla day and Olen Rosenbuam r L Mrs HP Barger and little daughterr one day last week with Mrs Mattie Willen ci r r v MasGeo OitV Powell Pent several days at Mrs BellefWil len s last week kyH v i KM 2 There was preaching at Zion last Sunday in the morning by Bro Phelps in the afternoon byI Bro SammieStapp Miss Bessie Young was theo pleasant guest of Miss Mat tYe and Dora Young the fourth Sunday Mrs Wvv W Brockman is able 1o bis up at this time 1Several of Zion singers attended the singing at Shiloh last Sun day Miss Elna Barger and Mary MisseUla Morris Mrs Geo Coe and children l spent a week with her mother arYe g see rs fmprovfng Miss Lucta Barger spent the lastt Sunday The people of this community are looking far the wheat thresher this week 4 Jamestown The Republican candiqateffor county offices have commenced stirring but the canvass has not as yet fairly dpgneiiTh e Democrats have not eifnejbv and nominated a ticket but I under ftstand thatt4eccommittee will conyene at an early day lor t purpose of fixfng the time an manner of making nominations Oh uplands in Russell county corii looks reasonably well b it will fall- oms short in the river bo t he Wheat crop was verjr s l zti l i S good though not so much as usual threshed About one year ago an Odd li Feljows Lodge was organized at this place and the membership has steadily increased since the lodge was instituted It is one of the best fraternal orders in existence and is doing a grand andnoble work throughout the country I am very much interested in JamesItownthe spirit of improvement strike the property holders ofthe town The streets should be graveled or rocked and concrete should be Iofthehouse also It would costa little money but such an improvement would be weUwortht e rice If seme enterprising man would start the work his exam pIe would be followed by others Less move out of the old rut The Russell Springs Fair will Open tomorrow and many resi d itsof Jamestown will be dn attendance during the weekthey Secretary Mr R GJ Woodsy has been a busy man for several weeks sending out advertising vmatterr andit is rconfidentlyj be llieved that this will be the best fair since tfre Association was l organized There will be more fine horses Oil exhibition and the shows will be very at tractive Miss Mary Snow Patterson who has been quite sick for several weeks is improving Mrs Corinne Hart who visit ed relatives in Columbia f return edliomeafew days ago tiienc 14 Obituary i Cv On July 161909 the death an gel visited the home of EL W Bennett and claimed his daugh ter Miss Cynthia She was born July 9 1890 making her age 18 years 9 months and 7 days She was the oldest daughter of her parents living Her mother two sisters and one brother had pre ceded her to the grave She leaves fathervesistirsandone brotherto mourn their loss She had been in declining health since- last January meeklyfbore the affliction Just before herdJf said y to see my mother in heev neThe funeral services wet conducted by Rev G It Abfell For Sale hOne yoke of wellbroke Battle x Will JaIsohavethorcjugh Bred J16g and one icemle1 hog rvill weigh about 450 pounds of atonctig3 f2t C J 1 t i1 r s L f 1 I I 7 ssellpr rttsft el t OPEI1TO dkALTH SEEKERS tI elf 7 And the Traveling Public The Building which is commodious has been refurnished repainted making it a very inviting place Tfreetable is suppliedWIth the best the country affords A large samplejroom for the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water isvthe jpureft healthreStoring Terms reasonable Write to rt 3 2 j WINFREY PHELPS RUSSELL SPRINGS x xrs I The Louisville Trust Company Corner h and Market LOUISVILLEOrganized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State asExecutor Admin trator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every posi tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its Farr impar ial andprofitable management is guaranteed by its large ass tsiwits corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great iJfinancial strength 3 ytcR1114Ic tJJccMTh11 I i aaIJroeatio Osten Paul cas Drug stone Colix y I r 33 E 3E 3 s3E3E3EIEif3 33 E sr Russell Springs Our town mill be alive with humanity this week The Fair opens nthe morning and ale ready thehbtels are iilHngand by Wedhesdayfthe will be full but there are private boarding houses and ali who will come w1L baargeandfXdAssociation and the people gen erallyQthe Springs guarantee a good time for all who put in an appearance The Show rings will be interesting and the music uptodateMr Yaughan one four t oldest residents has been quite feeble for some time but he is able to be about Mr Nathan Montgomery has the refreshment privileges at the Fair He has received a large supply of every thing good to eat and all kinds of soft drinks The Selby boys will have charge of the 3inningr6om The Springs still continues to improve It is nowUby far the- largest i town in Ruses11 county The population is four hundred and in a few years it will reach six or eight hundred The buss ness men of the town are enter prising slid favor any move to make the place grow The more people the more business Offer inducements to settlers and the- yvilcoIXeFix prices on your buildin lots that people c in reach is suggestion l Tlyltlt will pay in the long rujiv I I Gridcrs Store D J Wear rainraweJIeetf t withreshin g fs over tlal s partandeverY dyW11pl aedhat s the use t tllinble i iJ rfS r t1 j s Ih 111 about hardtimes another year corn is looking good and wheat enough in this neighborhood to bread Russell county twelve months K p E Grille Iias fa front to his store housed which adds greatly to the building xfMont R Hale and wjf e attend tlie singing at Freedom iSSnday Mr and Mrs Jaffies A sher Jand Mr and Mrs L M McKin ley visited the platter parents Mr and Mrs Rlch rd1Stearman f near Owensby Sunday t C E Grider and W JY Hale have been taking up ha the lower neighborhood fortjiM Past week Everybody seems to b eihust ling for the fair thisw Rwe expect big time Jgl Cullen Hale sapspan of five year old mares hi will trade for a team of mules t Frank Ashbrook is veij low with typhoid fever at yiisfwrit- Ing f Smith Wpolridge soldone cow and calf to Luther SelbY j rice unknown sfef N Most all the wheat sowers are now turning theC sod for hen t n tnext Jcrop J Bro CoffeY preached a very in ValleYSeveral from this place attend ed the show at Rowes X RidsThursday M f Mrs JE Hale is keying tCWvisit to several different 3skiAlmon Rich rdofcoupt3 rffather ral days of last week tispla115n1 attJ svtitipg j rc4 r tManonIO McFrlarid Mon t SaturdaY natend Su f tx i 1 i