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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 I i I J r i 77 P s l i fT r f cc o i 1ht f ft f i Ilf 1 Nt7 L J VOLUME XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 18 1909c NUMBER 4f ipthe Monthof July Owing to the continued wet weather iIarmfc interest of the State have been greatly damaged and should it contin fce to rain as it has during the first part bf the season crops of all kinds will e damaged very much Wheat Conditions are very bad at the present time there being so much irain it has caused a great portion to sprout in the stack or shock causing Jhe quality to be very poor The aver- lageyie1 will be about ten bushels per perhUshCorn There seems to have been one oftbelrgestc rn crops planted hat we have had in many years with conditions fairly good owing to so much rain retarding the cultivation to some extent Some fields not being plough ed more thnoncebut with rain at the right tithe this will make a fair yield but a poor quality being light and ctjaffy Corn is now selling higher than was ever known before prices ranging from 8Octo100perblShel- Oats Oats have suffered greatly from the continued wet weather caus lug them to fall down and agreat many not being harvested on that account The average yield of the oats cut being r about twenty bushels to the acre liciiTanging from 40c t075c per v iUshel t largefacrege a ii liirge portion has been destroyed by J1eaVT rains and storms in many counties of the Dark District and show ing at the present time not more than seventyfive percent 6fa crop with the prospelcts badfor this on account of the quality being bad the yield will be cut in halfif cr9pjasin this district before Reports of this month show that the crop will be cut far below an average on accont of so much rincausing many acres to be sabai doned entirely and others not to snake more than half crop or less and what is saved jvill be light and not yield more thin seven or eight hundred founds per acre Potatoes There is one of the largest creages of potatoes ever planted in the State and the yield is and will be seIlingfromFruits The reports on apples varies very much some show a very large crop While others show d very small one Peaches are not doing what they hould being full of worms have fallen off cutting the crpp shorter than it would have been had they been sound Horses seem to be holding their own but the price seems to be lower in some sections of the State than in many years selling in some counties from 4000 to 16000 a head Multi There iSa smaller number of ttiajgijjfa at this time last year and- the price is good Selling at from 60 00 to 22200 a piece jGattle Selling at very t good prices rantIng from SJc to 5c per pound SiMep Are doing well selling at fairly good prices ranging from 4c to Gc rJpund ffiQgs are selling at very good prices ranging from 7 to 8c per pound With the xception of cholera in some sec tiojMkmong hogs and scabbies amp- nsheehec i ndtlOnf all live stock iI good Respectfully submitted tames W Rankin Ass t Corn The Pea Ridge Fair Notwithstanding it rained a good por largJr at th l MseyWilson Parks There were maifntries of smaller animals and the wt sts were spirited Altogether it wv and the maaflgpJQattendedwere highly delighted yIzzivied the exhibition and a number dfpppM were here from adjoining eoIn the dog shows Russe couirried off several premiums The iRidge Fair is managed by a numb ffboys of Columbia who will cont4to entertain annually The show ppt closed paid all premiums and- everl6ol1ars left in the treasury JptKise Birthday Dinner I 1j1 ttMJ 7th was the fiftysecond Jrbirth Oi Mr It A orbinHfs family jiir relatives gave him a keept1 r hour 1the bell called them to din ner tlsbin and friends found the table pin a nice shady groveand groa ief its weight of the best the COpIOdUCe MrI J wM almost overcome with joy tor6Jni y ofnisrelativea and friend ttictturn Everyone got pl SKwKfe and had all the en Oyne were expecting- Thos J t were 1C r- Polly Cor b li h t l in Mr Thomas Gorbin and family Mr Oscar Corbin and family Mr Mont Corbin and family Mr Ed Bryant and family Mr Henry Ferguson and life Mr A B Corbin Mrs Florence Hazard and little daughter Mr I B Watson and wife Miss Josie Sinclair Mr L B Russell and family Mr James Parnell and family Mrs G H Slaughter and wife Mr G R Feese and fain ily Mrs J R Slaughter and children Mrs W H Hancock Mrs C M Bault and family Mrs A C Wheeler and daughters Mr David Hardin and family Mr HenrySandersm Secure a Certificate Under thelaw ihe Wesiern Normal has the to issue the Element C 3ertificatewhich entitle the holders to teach any where in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectivelywith out further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Address H H Cherry Presi dent Western Normal Bowling Green Kentucky 412tJGrand Stand Swept by Wind A heavy wind storm followed PYa terrific rahrstruck Columbia last Friday afternoon but no serious damage was done The grand stand at the base ball grounds which was not substantially built was razed and a top ofta flue at the home of Prof P D Neil son was knocked off The above is aboutthe extent of the damage so far as we Have heardcChester Antle Dead Mr Chester Antle who waS twenty six years bld andason of Mr Marion Antle this place diedon the Newbold farm five miles from Columbia last Sunday morning He was an industri ous farmer and was very much liked in his late neighborhood one was avic tim of typhoid fever A great many friends attended the funeral He leaves a small family t j Take Notice t Mr W A Garnett has sold biiiwterji est in the mercantile business of Blair Garnett Glenville to Mr Blair who will continue the business All accounts due the firm of Blair Garnett reno W due and parties who are indebted will please respond at once 414t Blair Garnett Mr William Cave who has beenan the Asylum for several months was re turued home a few days ago He is about 80 years old partially paralized and can live out a short time He was a soldier in the Mexican war and is oriejof four who are yet living in this county The other three are Mr John Eubank M William Sexton and Dr C DtooreiMr Mont Baugh who lives in the Holmes section met with a serious ac cident orie day last week He was en deavoring to kill a snake and was stand ing on a plank that was protruding from his corn crib the snake being on the wall plate The plank broke throwing Baugh to the ground breaking his leftarm above the wrist A singular incident happened at the home of Mr Howard Murrell the day last week Mrs Murrtll and several other ladies were seated on the proch They noticed a partridge sailing directly toward them They kept quiet and the bird kept coming striking a win dow breaking the glass killing the quail instantly The School of Music Persons desiring a full couse in Vocal and Instrumental or Public School mu sic will enjoy unexcelled opportunities in the Western Normal Write for special information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky 412t MrJM Wilson who lives near Gradyville has purchased a very fine parrot for his sister who was desirous of owning one It arrived in Columbia last Wednesday afternoon and Thurs day Miss Wilson drove up and got itItisypurig and is just beginning to talk Mr J W Richards who is noW in the West with his wife writes the News that Mrs Richards stood the trip very nicely She was a little nervous when she reached their destihatibni otherwise she stood the journeyI Rx YoungvJi6 had strong comp tition atrRussell Springs and Burkes aytnroughI ll Springs arid twenty dOllars at- Burkesvilie J Come to Columbia nxt Saturday apd witness an exciting game of baseball i1 bA i iIll Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTlfcKYfMartha T Bumgarner cP antiff Claud Bumgarner c Defendant j By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1939 in the above cause 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 6th day of September 1909 at 1 oclock p or thereaboutbeing County Court upon a credit of six months the folloW- ing described property towitIThree tracts of land located in Adair county neartlane Valley Ky These tracts lie adjacent toea h other and constitute the homestead which was oc cupied by Thomas J Biimgarner at the time of his death 1st tract contains 35 acres t3rdThere is reserved from the above 3 boundaries two small tracts which said umgarner sold to J W Vaughan and R Smith which leaves about 85 acres to be sold by this judgment The 3 tracts of land will be sold together For complete discription of this land reference ismade to the judgment r corded in order book No 11 page 505 in tha Adair county Circuit Clerks of flee For the puVchase price the pur- chaSer with approved surety or se uri ies must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to mpJy promptly with these terms Herschel T Baker Master Commissioner Valuable Farm For Sale By agreement of trie heifs I will on the 9th day of September sell to the r fhksonand lying on the waters of Casey Creek ii2 miles from Cl mentsviile and 3 12 frdmBoIe r The land arid improvements seperrvyit brings the mostmoney will be ac icened Sixty acres are under cultiva tiqp while the remainder isin timber A good 6 room dwelling and all necessary out buildings plenty of good water Ifrwill required for it the land or the land arid timber if sold together willbe 3 cash tlJe bi3t Casey Creek Ky J VTheWhen generous Kentucky establish ed the Western Kentucky State Nor mal School an edifciatiori was put with in the reach of the boys and girls young women ofandmen WesternHKentucky Write concerning and other items Address HnCherry President Bowling Green Kyl 412t Mr Luther Bell of Red Lick is the owner of valuable ewe In January she brought two good lambs and raised them and last Tuesday she mothered another that promises well This is rather out of the ordinary but our in formation was obtained from Mr Bell who is an upright gentleman and it goes as a fact Mr Bell ought to favor the dog law and we so understand that he does Lilburn Bryant a boy about fifteen years old was before Judge Hancock last Wednesdays charged with an attempt to assaul Mary Montgomery a girl about thirteen years old The ac cused was held over and he gave bond in the sum of three hundred dollars for his appearance at the September term of court Stray Hogs A 7 h There are five unmarked hogs on my premises Three black shoats will weigh about 100 pounds each A black sow will weigh about 130 pounds and a spotted shoat will weigh about 75 KyiMr GroverAkin a student of the KentuckyWeslynSchOolWinchester very good sermon at the Methodist church last Sunday night His dis course indicated that hwasa young minister of promise Several tm cups were received in this tdIfeath1Willfountains m Adair Thanks j MrrtGeo C Kimbler 70 years old who was sent to the asyliun stvierai month ag9ai jff4ut week hii reI main being 8ent to this county for in- ternaaot i Y j ii444 r J4 j j 7 See the gaeat balj game next Satur day 3resh bread and cakes at Rasners duringthe Fair It For SalCMy household and kitchen furniture Mrs A D Coy MissSallie Stewart will open chool at her home the first Monday in September The Burkesville Fair was well attend ed and the Association made some money The catalogues for the Jonesville VaVFairliave just been finished at this office Mr Charles Herrif ord has about completed a cottage on the pike opposite the home of Mr Will Shipp trS rP Sullivan was nominated by Republicans in the White Oak and ittle Cake district for magistrate Quite a number of horses are now at the Fair Grounds and many others will arrive for the exhibition opens j4r Be at iho Lindsey Wilson Park next Saturday afternoon and see a great gameIt Greerisburg against Columbia Thegrand stand at the Lindsey Wil son Park wilt be rebuilt and will be ready or the game next Saturday FoitSEoaBENTMy residence On Bomar1Heights Columbia Ky 402fe r Tom Waggener Thereiirbe an interesting game of baseli lIabitbe LindseyWilson Park nextSSturday afternoon Greensburg against Cojumbia q MrtttQavjn Maupin a wellrknown miltman had the rnisfrtunetoetthe a- JIfewday Thefdurthand laguErlyonfer ence for tnis ear will beLheldat Tabor September 4 and 5 It is hoped that attendance cilI be large Mr T J Miller who died at Camp bellsville last week had been advanced to the 32 deg ee in Masonry as we are informed Jittman Lodge Campbellff ville officiated at the funeral Greensburg and Columbia have played six games this season Three were won by Greensburg and two by COlbt- miandone tieitTb two 61ubs will here next Saturday manYlvisitorsareseems to be enjoying themselves PrT sons who are here and not subscribers to the News are requested to caJlatinejj pffice and leave their names hi Farm For Sale Lhave agood farm for sate wink on Bryants Creek of Green River containing about 100 acres Well watered and plenty of timber Good house barn and crib Lies J mile from ohurch arid school house For further particulars see W F Neat or Frank Hard wick B T Neat The Cemetery Improvement Associa tion has accepted theproposition made by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Columbia and will lay off and sell the lots in the Cemetery and willv use the money to buy a house for a Superintendent to live injso that theycan have a trusted man in charge of the grave yard at all times A committee has beenappqinted to stake off the lots and will meet at an early date v Farm For Sale fl desire to sell my farm containing 175 acres lying in Russell county one mile South West of Montpelier in a good neighborhood Good dwelling eight rooms all new and all necessary outbuildings The fnnis well water ed and is in a line state of cultivation Will give some man a bargain A great deal of valuable timber on the farm GM Stevenson 40lm Montpelier Ky It all Depends x y Mir R H Durham manager of the Columbia Base Ball Team wat called from Lebanon last Thursday morning and the statement made that Leb non bacfraised 1 hundred dollars forva match game between Columbia and JGamR bellsville to be played at Lebanon pei wasa5ked if Columbia would raiiief1 same amount In less than two KelSri the one hundred dbllara was up Cmrf belleville is asked to raise a hundrJBd BI5 winning club and 15 per CJHir to the loses Ifr Compb Jty lls accepts thC iaint will be a freat drawirigica jfpr LeBanori l jr t4Ji r Death of MrsMary it Rice The subject of this notice died at her late home in the Holmes neighborhood on Tuesday July 27th in the 33d year of her age She was a lady highly respected for her womanly dhafacter and Christian virtues She was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church sand had been for a number of years The funeral services vere donducted at the grove by Rev Win Dudgeon many relatives and friends being present Besides the sorrowing husband the deceased leaves an infant son only a few weeks old She will not onlybe missed by those who were hear and dear to her but by the entire neighborhood A Good Home For Sale My residence on Greensburg street in Columbia is for sale The dwelling contains ten rooms between 2 and 3 acres of ground good water and good outbuildings some fruit Will sell at a bargain L R Johnson 40 3t Columbia Ky A 2500 Suit Free WITH EVERY ORDER TAKEN BETWEEN NOW AND JAN 1ST 1909 FOR A SUIT OVERCOAT TROUSERS OR FANCY VEST I WILL GIVE AWAY A NUMBER THE ONE HOLDING THE LUCKY NUMBER WILL BE ENTITLED TO A 2500 SUIT FREE ISERMAN THE TAILOR FOR THE MAN CARESf WHOI The Blue JmrCoal I keep a large quantity of the Blue Jim Coalas good as ever used in a grate I also keep other grades and make the price as low as possible Giveme you order for wiriter use and remove it at your leisure Mtf C F Mantz J Gampbellsville Ky Secure afr Education The State NornVfti School at Bowling Green Ky offers an excellei t opportunity to young p ople desirfnr an education The Fall Session opens September 1 1909 Write 1o jI1fQrmation 412t f Bakery For Sale y We desire to sell our bakery It isa ping enterprise but we have decided to engage in other business and have not the time to devote to it r v Jonesf I Lost n1lPickett The 1fealth of this section is verygoodat present Rev Roach filled his reg ular appointment at Fry Satur day and Sunday Bro J A Johnson closeda series of meeting at Summer shade one day last week Mr tJharlie Stults will soon have his new house ready to oc cupy r Tom Chastain Awhile atl work on a mill shed one day last w el was hurt very badly by some timber falling on him W C Rodgers has cut some tobacco His crop is very good Hr Miller an insurance man of Columbia was through here one Jay last we krThe wheat in this section has not been threshed yet but there are v three mhines in hearing fe GScfcQwif and daughter Mr ikllenJPudley and sister A Wl Coward andf amily jand It J Howard and jyif Yiisitrv fed the Mammoth Gaiyedast weekix- if S5f M Blakeman Co afeft laving theirdark tobiccoxput x n natkeB this weelc i Mr EJ4 Whitlock of Bliss at jndedchurch at Fry Sunday v AW Howard jxf Gireenisburg washer e Tuesday on Business i i i te ji it t Jt PERSONAL lJt e Mr Ewing Stults has returned home A son of Mr Buck Chapman is very sick with fever Dr BF Taylor of East Fork Was here last Thursday Mrs Walter Willis has returned from McKinney Ky t Mrs J C Strange has been quitesick for several days 6 HodgensVi1feis Dr J H Grady was in Columbia several hours last Thursday Mr Melvin Carson wss here last weekenroute to Jamestown Miss Julia Damron of Lincoln coun ty is visiting Mrs Fred Myers Miss Nola Minton Junction City via ited her fa ther here last week Mr Bert Thomas of Milltown visited relatives here last Thursday Mr B B Bean of Mt Sterling is Jspending a few days in Columbia r Mr and Mrs W F Hancock Frarik fort are here attending the Fair ti Miss Bess Walker Bradfordsville M spending this week with relatives fli Columbia Mrs Lou Miller whohas been visit ing Middlesboro returned home ilaat WednesdayC I At Garnejt left Monday Imorning on an extended visit to Okla homa and Kansas MrGrover Akin Burkesville spent a few days of last week withhis friend Rev E 0 Stevenson Mr Millard Collins who lives three miles from Columbia is reported quite sick with typhoid fever Miss Pearl Nell of Frankfortisvisi- ting her sisters Mrs G W Staples and Mrs J G Eubank Mrs Ada Allen and Miss Vallie Strange Burkesville are with Mrandi Mrs Sam Beck this week Miss Verne Dohoney who has been conducting a millinery store in Mississippi returned home last week Mr WE Bradshaw went over to mpbellsville Thursday andreturned with his sister Mrs W F Hancock Miss Bess Holladay who lives out of town has been quite sick for several days threatened with typhoid fever Miss Minnie Triplett will spend the next two months at Petoskey Mich She left for that point last Thursday Mr S A McKay and children who It spent a few days in Columbia left for Eiizabethtown the first of the weekr Eld VT lf Montgomery is assisting Eld Z Tio Williams in a meeting at hRoley which commenced Sunday night Mr J A Mitchell of Green county arrived in Columbia last Friday ac i companied by Mrs Joel Mitchell arid idaughtea who reside iij Missouri rsCassiuBreeding who lives on- Green river and who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is improving but slowly 5S IMiss Dimple Conover who has been friends in several Kentucky towns returned home last Saturday afternoon Dr UL Taylor arid wife were call ed to Shelbyville the first of the week to see a daughter of Mrs Taylor whit is quite sick Mr EE Strange and wife of Wil liamsburg are visiting relatives in Cor IlumbiaMr Strange is connected with The Whitley Republican Eld Z T Williams assisted by EldIM R Gabbert closed a meeting at Egypt Church last Saturday night with twenty additions to the church Mrs Belle Patterson Misses Mary Snow Patterson and Agness Popple well and Masters Wallace Sharp andOSIi Dunbar all of Jamestown attended the Pea Ridge Fair UrI 1 I Mournipg and family left Adair county for the Wetmany years ago V Miws Palla D Paull of Clinton Mor will baa YJGf Mrs W B Patte i1son during the airSheis here to- meet P ttesons sister Mrs M H SandKn they being great friends Dr R G McGhprd of Lebanon Drl ltG M Ruslland Dr TL L Taylor this place attended a meeting ol be t Ruaiell Springs Medical Society whltcli was held at the Springs last Thursday j iya9ubldana Kitchen urniturt J is n i offered for sale All as good u Jnew If you need anything in thk line call 4nti exarpine S NHancockrtf x v jj Kj zfi K l i i r fj hro iIIf i t jE fr iil- Jvit 11ufI 110 cJ C Lt Ic 2 l dNJ THE ADAlft COUNTY NEWS JJ f E I IH rIII i k i j THE COLUMBIA i h r Sf 1 ASSN rI Incorporated Will Soon Have its Catalogue Out The PREMIUM LIST tIWill be attractive and the people will have an opportunity to witness keen c competition with some the best stock in the State Watch out for it 1 J HV0 17 189 199 2O 09 iL 14II t ij1rl- f fI it i a Pour Days of Pleasure r ic t J n JALLEN WALKERP1 s QSHARRISSeei y 1 T T Who Will Be Circuit Judge Mr John W Lewis will have many things to explain when he begins campaigning in the dear old counties of Washington Mare ion Taylor and Green Since he began to dabble in polities and lawsince he began strenuous ly to exercise his rights of free citizenship and free speechhe i has done and said many things that to say the least look awkward and sound unreasonable therefore the people have aright to expect and demand an explanation now that he desires or employment in tne public ser viceThe things that Mr Lewis has done and said may be the child ren of honest desiresthat is he may have done and said these things believing that he honest ti ly served the people and we whoa love justice and hate ingratitude to would not too severely condemn him until he explains from the stump these awkward and I unreasonable matters that now incline the minds of the people against him The Voters of the counties of Taylor and Greenespecially of the county of Green would have Mr Lewis explain among other to thins the why and the where fore of his suit in Green Circuit Court in which he demands I against the taxpayers of that county more than thirty thousand dollars 3000000 for an alleged service in connection with the Ct 0 Railroad bonds issued by a L Green county Since the sup reme Court of the Uhited States hash declared that the bonds were certainlydue s savingssavingthatF r In these two counties of Tay ilor and Green the people have jJl beentpqeranenormousbirden Jr for many years and there are acquainted with thetf v few mere f icircuntetancsfc attending tKat 4 q tj1 r 0 1x s W rr ir aSt Itrt r r y R ft rt bond issue and sympathize with the poor struggling taxpayers ofI these counties The honest farmers of Green and Taylor counties have rosort to every legitimate means to relieve themselves of this very peculiar and miserable burden The Green county people employ ed Mr Lewis to fight the matter n the courts subsequently events indicate that the employment was an unfortunate one He has come back to the peoI pie of Green county empty handed with no word of cheer hope for a brighter day And yet he has sued the county for 3060400 a sum he contends is not too large for an alleged ser vice that brought no benefit He insists in that exitable and threatening manner that is dis nctly his that the downtrodden heartbroken taxpayers pay him the fabulous sum of 30 60400 for his unfruitful words before the tribunals of theI oountryI THIRTY THOUSAND DOL LARS Think about it A kingly ransom from the faded jeans of the toilers of Green county A reaching out as it were with the hand of avarice grasp the penny purse of the toiler What will Mr Lewis say when the citizen of Green county interrogates Why do you try t take from me the meager sayings coined from the sweat of m- hrobbing Y brow to contribute to 1 fund of 3060400 to be turned over to you as pay fora service you did not rencleR What wit he say to the gpod housewife when she sags to him Yo would force me to turn over s t and ygaYt through the sun slime and4he rain you would re lieve me pj these savinga without rOffering a promise for the future ira gleam of hope inthe light of which Imight see a small chamCe i F Jl ir u r 1 yytl 4r 1t1 i i rif Ii r that in some distant day an un just burden would belitted from my humble home To pay Mr Lewis this 30 60400 this princely ransom would mean many cruel hard ships on the people of Green clothesInew a the ordinary comforts of the humblest home would be beyond the reach of many a poor mans family The good mothers heart would ache for the little theletoil for Mr Lewis in the blazing heat of the summer or the bit ter cold of winter when he would retUrn to her with the shadows of evening his little head t robbing arid his little limbs weak with weariness there would come from the very depths of that mothers soul the wailing crylGreat God what manner ofman is this who placed the heavy yoke upon the neck of infancy Mr Lewis would collect 3 0 604 from the poor people of Green county though in doing it he bring gaunt desolation to many homes in order that h e might add more luxuries to his palatial h o m e i n Springfield And on what ground do she make this demand of the pound 0rSome years ago several suits against the county were institu tr ted upon bonds and coupons Mr Lewis secured contract to de fend these suits and any others that might be brought on a con tingent fee of five per cent of countylinsuch controlled and settled by the suc cessful defense of the suits In 1906 while the test cases were still pending Waiting final decision in the United States courts Mr Lewis assumed that the suits were as good as won aiicl although his fee was to he contingent u Po fiiial aifeeess 9 7 K1L L iit ti it4s j 1 rs Ii J rr J r t t y i i brought suit against the connty to enforce immediate payment of 30604 being five percent of all bonds 25000000 and all the couIpons62709000 he gave credit for 75000 and demanded judgment for 3060400 He has kept this suit on the docket from term to term even though the test cases were final ly decided against the county his defense a gainst the bonds was unsuccessful and judgment in those particular cases has been- rendered for 19791372 Ion June 1909 Mr Lewis after these judgments in the test cases filed- a n amended petition nthe Green Circuit Court in which he generously offered to dismiss his claim to commissions on that 19791372 and again demanded judgment for five per cent on all the remainder 42917628 which would make his fee now claimed only 2145881 for saving theI county nothing At the same time that this amended petition was filed he made a motion for a continuance of the suit until the next term until after the election When the attorney for the county made a motion to have the case tried before a jury he was so afraid the trial might come before the election andhis demands b e pnblicly exposed that the amended petition was immecliatelY withdrawn Later however on the ssme day it was again filed the same motion for a continuance made and the mo tion by the county for a trial by jury and the whole matter on his most earnest pleading continued until the next term H e has not abandoned his peopleojust what he demanding of them until after the election he does not want a jury to decide ins rcaseraIn spite of Ifr Aewis and his efforts to postpone a hearing op 1h f11YrjrfLw4 1 1 y r f- Ii iDilit t rv 4rl i l iD J 4tN his suit until after tne election a jury of all the voters of Green county will in November next have an oprortunity of saying and they will say in thunder tones that they do not want such a man to be their Circuit Judge for six years Taylor County Enquirer Rain Crows and the Potato Bug Mr F D Maize of Dickson Tenn who is an experienced t garderner and potato grower says that the Rain Crow is the only bird in this country which will destroy the potato bug This bird somewhat resembles the common dove both in size and color Unfortunately Mr Maize says this bird is becoming extinct and unless protected by rigidly enforced laws will disappear he fears within the next few years A pair of them nest ing about his garden the present year has devoured thousands of the Colorada beetle while all other birds have scorned the po tato patch menu with a ven geance Washingtons Plague Spotsj lie in the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac the breeding ground of malaria germs These germs cause chills fevEr and ague billiousness jaundice lassitude weakness arid general debility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearlyBut Electric Bitters never fail to destry them and cure malaria troubles They are the best allround tonic and cure for malarial ever used writes R M James of Louellen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney arid Blood Troubles and will prevent Ty phoid Try them 50c Guaranteed by Paul Drug Co The Breckinridge News one the strongest Republican papers in Kentucky has come out bold ly for the Democratic nominees of Breckenridge county It says We have no apoljgies to make In hoistingthe Democratic ticket at the head of our columns It is the same old story Where theI Republicans have had control of county affairs in Kentucky they have raved wholly incompetent pdinancl mismanagement X 1 cr 2 fffit w Ji y I f j ijiM a fIirff Lftrt s j J Some Catsup Ways In making catsup of tomatoes use as little spices as possible especially those tbat darken the color such as cloves and allspice- A writer in Farm and Fireside gives the following way to maK red catsup Get a common soap shaker to be had for ten cents at the department stores and put your whole spices in thisand drop it into the boiling catsup The perforations are small enough to retain the spices but allow their strength to pass to the catsup It is said the red color will be preserved Another way to make this cat- sup is to boil the tomatoes ID1m1 soft with slices of onions and salt to taste then rub through a sieve to remove the skins and seeds and boil down until thick Boil up the vinegar once with sugar and ground cinnamon to taste mix with the thickenedto mato pulp and seal up in small bottles while boiling hot In making catsup or any other relish only the porcelain lined or enameled ware vessels should be used never tin nor iron nor chipped or cracked agate enameled or porcelain lined as the contents coming in contact with the inner me 9L the vessel will be injuredj f Seared With a Hot iron es t or scalded by overturned kettle eatf with a kriife bruised by slammed dbpr injured by gun or in any other way the thing needed at once is BucideiiriB Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supreme healer infallible for Boils UlcersFevi Sores Eczemaand Piles 25c atpjmll Drug Go raKeepgood mothers but kee more of 3fthemThe hog really prefers sankquarters and would ratherpiptl 0 low in clean than in foul mud Shunlong legged sheep vpey are built for running but it18Y not what youwntvpf slSijpi yL ticularly Low down she e best IiJJ r lJ itt I Vyh J rr L rTiiftIIi i T I rPb J II1c I I I h THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3iJ c 1 I Kentucky Fair Dates tLelLa Aug 174days Proyi3ence Aug 175 days daysH5 183dysEwing Aug 193 days I tfern daysElizabethtown 243 Sept 14 days Hodgenville Sept 73 days 1 ifCSSandersentUGkyStateFair Louis VIept 136 days cottsville Sept 163 days ed oraoct1 2 dayshI fThe Magic Stick mflaveyouod of preventing the contents ofo E the pot from boiling over A 1JCOW1111 Want to boil anything quicklys hM like cider for applebutter or other liquids for reducing the amount place a stick across the topof the vessel in the center audit simyly can not boil over Triit and see For a large ket tlejit is better to use two sticks erasing them For the wash boi ir in the laundry this is forifh1 no ibtitute a piece of kind Ia stipktwo inches wide and haL an intn thick of stitable length will answer Try it and rreport ItTh a demonstrated fact that a very little bit of but ter1 added to the contents of corning vessels like the coffee pot etc will prevent its boiling oyer 4s Where the Trouble Lies Discussing present farming Conditions Secretary Wilson the heM of the agricultural department says The real trouble is that the farmer cant get help to raise crops WHile the population of the United States has been steadily increasing through the usual additions at home and from areaIto1the country is decreasing Thousands of acres formerly raising products that made the food of the country have go feck to pasturage The neI firgf simply cannot get the labor to ise crops The CIty draws not r the laborer who might do to arm but the boy raised on farm Outside the fascina j ph of bright lights amusement ffa the excitement of mingling thpeople there are Sthe short 1lkirs and the better pay The er hasdoubled hIS wages in e last fifteen years but the riner in his busy season must rj rk sixteen hours aday while IaMSteQifei felit hours has become fhe xiiife Secretary Wilson IS 5Sghfc Thelabor question is strik gat the very vitals of farming industries To no class of citizens t ilthe Words of Secretary Wil S 4zpeal more strongly than j iI e themselves ft 1 f j FC nft Who Goes t- oJf College CQIINAt the spring and summer in fee attempts pass the time f strain his patience before olden moment shall arrive Im do a little considering be f the rnris fairly upon him any bpyVniake the mistake 0iing off fcg college not fphat course rthey want t tf r i thinking merely of the gianiour lof college life aId not ftheir ul- imate gain First let the boy decide with your aid what he wan s to beor rather what he wants to try to be Then send him to school where they make a specialty of such things A general education is a good thing for a boy whb is going in o a profession but the boy who to be a business man or a farmer would do well to choose is studies with a view to devel him along those 1 in e s- Ons of farmers often become farmers and to this end there fire fine farm schools where they ill learn in a few years what it as taken there fathers a lifetime to discover All the latest odes of farming are explained illustrated and the results f science applied liberally and thoughtfully If he is goingto e farmer he will have to know to keep up with the pace et by science and progress Farm schools supply also a great amount of general education the lack of which is often deplored and they supply the new anda practical things for which thef farmer of tomorrow is looking U Program SATURDAY 10 A M Missionary and Sunday IThe Convention of the South Cumberland River Association to beheld at Jamestown Russell 129th1 Devotional Exercise L P Bottom 2 Introductary SermonSP Stapp 3 Organization 4 Report of advisary members of Board 5 The Needs and Outlook of the South Cumberland River As sociation oDISTRICT6 The character of preaching needed throughout this section of country J R Grider W A Breeding 7 Miscellaneous SUNDAY 9 A MI 1 The Laymen Movement as advocatedby Southern Baptistf What is itW B CaveI2 Discuss the benefits of a Sunday School in a community BF Vailes J S Smith 3 SermonJames A Wilson Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be nis own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms can not be mistaken If the white of the eye becomes yellowish if the skin be comes sallow if pimples and blotches appear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache if you are bilious you may be sure that your liver is torpid or inactiv The quickest and surest remedy yet found for the cure of liver trouble or any of its symptoms Is Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin the great herb laxative compound This wonderful remedy is not only a laxa tive but a tonic as well It will start the flow of gastric juice thereby soon enabling the liver to do its work natur ally A bottle ogthis great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist singlELcents or 1 and in many cases a bottle has cured a chronic case For example John W Lee 619 S Penn sylvania ave Indianapolis Ind had a stubborn and very longstanding case of liver trouble with pimples blotches jaundice etc and it cured him Mrs Flinchum Jackson Ky says the same of it Thousands of families keep itinthe house against just such an emerj gency as you can never tell when some member of the family will need a good laxative In order to have you or any other suf ferer from the liver make a test of Dn Caldwells Syrup Pepsin without personal expense Dr Caldwell will send you a tree test boitle If you will send your name and adfress The sample will show you now pleasant it Is to take how gently It works It will start you on thfe cure of your trouble and convince you th tYOU1 have found a cute That Is the object of the sample and the doctor urges you to send for It today If there is anything about youraiiment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully Th re 1 no charge for this aeryic J The address is Dr WBbaldifeli SQO Caldw H Wdf Mdnticello I i fr fr 1 li1 i r jJl s u J FarmNotesI v V Cut but the pear blight and burn I Keep salt handy for rthe horses and the stock fi Concentrated sulphuric acid will kill poison ivy v Oat hay has a high feed yalue if made right r Ordinary wire fencing makes good support for peas Sheep thrive under good are and are a good source of profit Peas and oats grown together make a splendid grazing ration for eithes swine or sheepfPlan for a rest during the fair season Take wife with you and I have a good oldfashioned vacation Hogs like to root because its the nature of the beast Theyre built that way Why not give them the chanceiUse the washday soapy water on the garden Sprinkle on the plants which have lice on them and it will kill them Fresh clean water is import nt with every animal on the arm in the summer time but above all others Jvith the cows Sheep kept continuously upon the same pasture for several years are more than apt to be troubled with stomach worms Want to Forget If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life forget your neighbors faults Forget all the slander you ever heard Forget the temptations Forget tSe faultfinding and on ly remember the good points which make you fond of them Forget all personal quarrels of histories you may have heard by1 accident and which if repeated would seem a thousand times worse than they really are Blot ut as far as possible all the disagreeabjeness ss of life they will come but will only grow larger when you remember them Obliterate everything disagreeable from yesterday start out with a clean sheet today and write upon it for sweet memorys sake only those things which arej lovely and lovable ExChangeI Sure Enough Its too hot tb work v Arid too hot to play Its too hot to go y And too hot to stay Its too hot to die Arid too hot to live Too hot to receive And too hot to give Its toohot to sell j A And too hot to buyL t Its too hot to ride And too hot to fly Its too hot to weep + And too hot to wish kt IJabout right r To lay off and fish I Boston Hearid Ct tf l sigrnncant Y i j The other day amerchant in a nearby town aw a farmer receiv ing goods at the station froma itheThegoods were i lhis line and the same had Been carried in his store for years He approached the farmer and said I could have sold you every article iou hay there for less money than youpaid the Chicago house aud saved you th- freightbesides I t jff i f 7 H t Ir s Then why on earth didnt you say so answered Jthe farmer I have taken the Muscotah Recordfor years and have never seen a line about your selling these goods The Chicago house sent advertising matter to me asking for my trade and they- gotit Hints oFthefirmr i J No place on the farm is toor good for the garden Good seed on poor soil is mak ing poor use of a good thingo Have tomatoes radishes and summer squashes in abundance Dont be afraid of putting too much manure on the garden- aground Butter unfit for table use can hardly be regarded as fit fort cookinga sThete vegetables and it isone of rather easy cultivation The best place to start with aifarm garden is on the most pro ductive spot of ground on the farm Dust the climbing roses with sulphur early in the morning- swhile the dew is on to prevent mildew A hard crust over the soil pre vents the rain and heat from en tering Always keep the surface of the soil looses If the bean poles are short and the vines are pinched offwhen they reach the top the beans will mature earlierfIf the cabbage ot maggot is bat work fit a piece of tarred paI per close about the base of the plants It will hiejp The radishes are divided into two classes by their season tsimmermany shapes and color 1 It is not possible to make the farm gardening too intensive The richer the ground the ten derer and better the vegetables I J If people took the precaution rid their fowls of vermin Ito the winter and early months the percentage of loss in young chicks would be considerably less Lice kills more young chicks every year than most anything else and yet man people who keep poultry employ no means whatever to exterminate them This is almost as foolish as locking the stable door after the horse has been stolen The older fowls being stronger do not suffer as much from lice as young chicks though Ftpgthe chicksr 7 rvv To Rid Hogs of Lice The following simple and inex pensive method of ridding hogs of lice is suggested by an eastern hog grower f Prepare a wallbwf or tfehogs where they can get into water all lovrLet the water be renewed often enough to keep it from be t coming unhealthful A wallow that they will root out them will answer if there is water sufficient On to this water pour a quartor more accordihg to size of erode oilWhen they come put of this they will get enough oil on them to kill the most of the lice as they willip them selves repeatedly without any twdys help they will soon be J free from lice 1i 1 + L J i t i k f 0i itf 3i 1JV J t 4 STJ Proper Credit r Some may be inclined tocredit the Republican adminstration for the increased school teachers pay this year when they are not at all responsible The facts of the case are A dog tax was imposed a few years ago this tax to be used inlaying for all sheep killed by dogs the remainder to to the school fund each year law was claimed to be unconstitutional and the whole tax was held up pending a decision f the Court of Appeals on the question Last fall the Court of Appeals decided that the tax was legal and several hundred thou and dollars of dog tax which had t- ccured under the Democratic administration was turned over o school fund and this alone is accountable for the increased fund Had it not have been for this money going to the school the per capita for pupils would not have been so much as t was in previous yearsClay City Times It is agood plan never to have any idle ground in the garden As soon as one crop is havested up the ground and plant something else in the place of it Keep the ground at work You know the old saying Satan always finds some work for idle hands to do It is about theo with the ground in the gar den as with the hands If it is not growing something useful it be growing something harm ul Better seed it yourself thane content with what will come spontaneously The limit of production of an acre of land is measured as much by the capacity of the man who ills it as by the capacity of the soil itself to produce a large crop There are few farmers who till onehalf acre of soil in a manner that will produce the best and most profitable returns As a rule the average farmer has a vague idea of the value of tillage and proper fertilization Through the feeding of the plants a soil may be rich orpoor just as the farmer plans his rotation and cropping systems There will be a chance foisome lady to get a beautiful neclace worth 10 if she is a good rider Fred Hill of the IPaull Drug Company offers it 4 Look after the trap nests promptly these hot days or large hens will suffer The Stubborn Mule We scarcely know of a locality where the mule is nQt in demand and prices are being paid forl mules that even during war times would have been regarded as fabulus Through a perversion of nature the mule has grown into favor not on account of his personal appearance or language but because of his actual useful ness Will this demand continue long enough to justify increased breeding of mules That is a question that should be asked and intelligently answered con cerning every product of which seems to be a lack of supply Upon the correct answer depends the wise action regard ing that commodity f We believe the demand for mules will continue and that the prices will keep pace with it There may be variations of course but we are sure good prices may be relied upon Prices based upon utility are the safest to count upon and this coupled with the high prices now paid for horses undoubtedly insures good prices for mules Exchange Desirable Property For Sale v I desire to sell my residence and arm attached The dwelling located n the Campbellsville pike just beyond the bridge and in the corporate limitsly IandThereIhomes in Columbia S D Barbee 39lm Columbia Ky The Chicago wheat market took another tumble this week Last weekj September wheat was selling around 109 or betterIOn Thursday of this week Sep tember dropped to 100i while December delivery went down to 99J This is the lowest price reached for several months past Favorrble weather conditions in Canada as well as in this countryj together with the passing of the black rust scare in North Dakota is said to be the cause of the slump in price Farm For Sale In eastern part of Adair county Ky 1j miles northeast of Tarter post office 100 acres 65 in cultivation good con dition balance in timbeylies well five room house barn outbuild ings 5 good springs orchard and good out side range Price 1000 For in formation call on or address Marcus Tarter Tarter Post office Adair county Ky FOR SALE OR RENTMy residence on Bomar Heights Columbia Ky 402t Tom Waggenetv I9O9 I9O9 1THE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY I READ bhe lEwning 1LThtYOURSHAE J FREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS The Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1C09FuIlant Complete Engraved especially forThe Evening Post at a cost of 8600 Printed colors on heavy map paper It contains six pages 28x86 Inches The Chart alone is worth 3150 The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rre one the only picture of its kind in existence There are nine other of great value among them a map of the United States the Philippines Hawaii Porto Rico and thePanama Canal Zone also map of the World THe Atlas shows portraits of all the 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I vI d i1 t cI1 THE ADAK COUNTY NEWS O O 0 OJ O 1 10 OJ OJI fO 0 E H flrpINCORPORATED 1 4 t I l f1f t CAMPBELLSYILLE KYoJ c All L J P I 0 Every as easily 1fJ pOSt sible and for that reason there is a daily demand for the I MAJESTIC I RANGE conceded by everybody to be the best and finest made vltfis soy v 0 The BuchananLyonINCORPORATED Go 15 j D CAM BEL V1LLE KY V Tne best is the cheapest write for prices Another Range T BLCi 01 is manufactured especially for thisfirm It is a beauty and gives per 0fect satisfaction When in Cville dont fail te call and examine these nsuperlor ranges You will be surprised at the very low prices LI Ir ft ft ft ft h1 i1r jjouuty fitlll Published Every Wednesday BY THE C untyiwsC mpyAdair nyI INCORPORATED- r CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Ji t Democratic newspaper devoted thelintereata tf the city of Columbia and the people of Adair ad adjacent counties Catered at the Columbia Postoffice as second clacg mail matter 1r i I WED AUfr 71819O9 t r iA 1 ftNNOUNCfe NTStp grFOR CIRCUITiCOURT CLERK We are authorized to annouce G P Burress a candidate for the office of Country subject to theEaction of the Democratic party FOR JAILER bensI tJt t We axe authorized to announce A L Miller a candidate for Jailerof Adair 4county subject to the action of the r J Democratic party 1 oa V fiJ V 3irfJ FOR MAGISTRA- TEI nf t I a candidate for magistrate i the sixth DistrictofAdaircountysub Qw 1 ject to the action of the Democratic WillisIit The tto pick with the Taylor County En qnir r oyer the recent base ballS + contest at the Lebanon v i tauqua between the Columbia and Campbellsville teams but in justice to both the contestants and V with due regard for the friends of both teams we have no hesi tancy in stating The report m deby the Enquirer as one flattering its home team and minimizing the efforts and abili tyof the Columbia players and does a n injustice to Mr Judd the Columbia pitcher TruthS mighty and will prevail is a old adage and fits as Well in this case as in any thatever happened We do not propose to enter t into details of the contest but bluntly speaking Judd was not knocked out by Campbellsville but was true game and deter mined doing his work well all the time being relieved by Hind man solely through the belle tbathewasbeing over Worked i and not that he was falling be low his powers as a fiitcHerv j The result ot the contest can hot rbe disputed Its fairness is not questioned but the picture giveii jyfr The Enquirer jff incorrect t then instates tbiit ninipiteo t f bt unlucky bfjfininjg in both t i trfIf1iIdfJif i tfrtI j l 1 t1 t r Ji r r s FridaYwand Saturdays games the concensus of opinion seems to be that the best team won It was the result of a few errors on the part of Columbia and not the high merit of Campbellsville- and if the concensus of opinion that the t best team won is cor rect then said opinion ought to allow and encourage a meeting as proposed by Lebanon whichIIS would give Columbia a fairshow ing demonstrate the opposite and CamPbells ille a chance t uperiorityI non to play for 300 each toQ puting up 100 was accepted and the money subscribed in Colum bia in t w o hours Campbells yule failed to respond If YOU wish to accept Columbia will Proposiction and measure Powers again The truth is that Campbellsville was fortunate in finding what that sai it is The de monstration yin Gampbellsville on the arrival of the teams indicated that something beyond expectatioii had lengthnbreadth andintensity were in keeping with the occasion as we see it But i n justice to both teams and their backers and admirers we feel safe in saying that the unexpected hap pened that the result ouJLmeas ured the real winning merits 6f the boys who now possess the cup of Joy We reiterate our statement of last week The vic tory belongs to the ball team and not Campbellsville while the de feat is that of Columbias and lnot the team From the Enquir ers report from its statement But our boys got revenge and it was sweet clearly indicates that more than the ordinary feel ling existed and that The Enquir er also feels that Columbia of all the teams was the one to be defeated The rivalry between the two teams has not and will not warp nor prejudice our mind against Campbellsville and we dislike to see evidence in the En quirer of finger pointing at thei boys and people of this section We recognize the fact that ware e in the arms of Campfceljsyille tHat wt Contribute largely to fier Prb S rity and growth a Q1diti n not oft our fiQ hg butt qt many years been loyal a 1 ci arr a While F t t entymiles IMOuth o the ru lel and bus el Q f unpb Usvillei tar in interior tQ heiuc he 2 L 0 b v J ri riJC ii 7 S Ic 1S whistle o f the locomotive or scent the fume of coal yet we acknowledge no superior in devotion to home in love forour neighbors or in loyalty to our boys who handle the Russell bates jTheWvery good The fairis over and n all were l JHoilsweeto sorry to hear the bap laY the eome We were very glad tory t see so I ny friendst it sor lthe Fair was as goo as was expected and as it should have been James Shelbys show was very interesting throughout the fair We expect to mlet many of the friends again af the Co lumbia fair j1J Aug 17w rSeveral of the people from this place attended the fair at Brukes ville Jast Week Hi The Russ ll Springs schpoVisv progressing nicely under the t management of Pro Barnes iS Wear going to hau i afine school this whiter cqWeHie come all and receive ood in structionsv and you will always bei glad you come ijir 7 J h Hale made a trirto Sewelltown last Saturday Messrs Irvin Isbeil a d Avery Stephens made a trip tp Jamestown Sunday Miss Margie GrahamS visits ing her aunt Mrs ry M6ni Humble atSomersetx Mr Charlie Gregory of Stuf beriviile is attending school a- tRSA Prof UG Hatfield will bejgfn school at TOII1pki isville in next month Prof Hateld is a1 fine teacher Miss Pearlie Anderson is still in Somerset visiting her sister Mrs Etta Rogers Mr Otho Vaughan wife and little child were visiting his parents Mrand Mrs Wm Vaughan last week We are glad to see the Win frey Phelps hotel opening ithI so many boarders All seem to be glad to visit Russell Springs andwe are glad to have you come aIrrW D Stephens iaVijpt improving very much Miss Myrtle Ellison who Has been sick so ngh s bnwors for the past week 1I 4 i 1Kara tJQ Jtatfleld LS shoe end L V Jurlife starts rtp FIUj We iU tbtft1 11 1rttpl i tAi r i fI I l F ii tiJ r rir i 11o If rIi BUGGIES WAGONS HARNESS I fr h Tills season up to the present has been a record breaker in the way I of sales for Vehicles and Harness We furnish the best wagon that is Comeand- o k I g through our large establishment and be convinced that we can please you Our buggies and wagons are made of the toughest hickokguaranteedD ry x HARNESS SADDLERY or 1 The most attractive sets of harness made are sold by us and you only o have to the line l 0DI I e 0 ft ft 111ft r rI t a tts I O Believing that the people of Kentucky ft I will be interested in the or anizatioyr t i 4iI I iiIrt Citizens Jtr tJ ArIr1 rl It l f National 1 I1 t J tI l jit Jh 4 i1 r nli1f1 m r i i rr r c lJ i11ireSr dt iI95q f t 1 c1fll J 11 1 ir IrSHi rir t tf q lr InsuranceI Jril I i 7 Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing c1 aiR UH that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for Jgn 1 16ts stockwe will publish In this paper every week the Ij- rcri h 9J 1 V amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting t tjf1 ji f r subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are urfl- u rt the amounts subscriptions for each week V IJ bfj nH N jcl 10dlJ1j1 tSt4fJv r tt J4 iri U b r First Week 2t ir rH t Jfff bl arr ir tjpr atY JJ 0 960 Off Q J t uL j J vJ t J i fflrf i i 11 G tt fIraF f f 4ti i rt i r Third Week August 16 i w 4 I i 345 0 0 0 0 fcT 1Jto I J 4 t a IMr L R Snow atteded theI v Burkesyille fair last week Miss Will Winfrey of Jamestown is visiting her broths C L Winfrey proprietor fR Sj hotel MssrN IIr visitin her cousin Samit IrtatBaKettoWhI Miss Sallie Williams andsister J Mrs Iiillye Epe son were in town shopping Wednesday T S Is ell wilt return home Sunday Aug 15 on a visit from Burnside where he is staying as assistant cashier in PirstNation- al Baik jh While itiRua 1T Springs don t Idrff et to tQit infrty lotl Blenty to eat a nice plam ibjnesst j and plent f1I sOdeola waifep Don for twgiare them a cllj Yfr ES 1r b i AJ iy Jito1 1i t Ys i THIRTYSIX TOPICAL BIBLE STUDIES Bound in Three Volumes T Cloth Edition Sc Per Set i t J These books contain r pvef onfe thoufand pages andre f itoqyer three thousand passages of Scripture They make ho as sessions lhaf tained by the vScriptufes tnotsJ Thee k nothing in the t the author denies or doubts but there aie many texts he throws a food of light upon tha t seem tor uncover its meaning r 11 The 4th Million nowon thePrg f y Delivered anywhere on rcdpl qt Rnce Use PpdHJ Money Ordei J 7 i i V r Ad risB H UESSLER BUirnSlde Ky r CTHi f iv v 1q v Cri- f lt lih w oI r J ff r ijS r TT 7 i TETT fE i t 1c r4 zcI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5Y Mrj r r Creel boro- Crops are needing rain very f bnmuch at reeenthm thishl ality t 1 Wheat tjireshing is aboijt overti I in this vicinity J- H Mr and Mrs A GJones visi jts Mr and Mrs J M Keath i i 6f Helm Saturday night and Sunday I rGod Thurston and sis= Ster Miss Hazel attended Russell Springs Fair last week Most of the young people of this section will attend the Burks vilje Fair next week C 0 Rowe Monticello with merchants Hardware Grocery vCo was here one day last week Chas and Jno Campbell and sister Mrs Ida Snow are visiting relatives and friends iri Kansas it Mrs Wm Higginbottom who is visiting in Kansas and Califor nia will return home in a few k1Pdays Geo Dixon sold 1 yokeof steers to John McFarland for 70 The birthday party given in honor of Miss Emma Black at the home of Mr and Mrs E 0 Buster was quite an enjoyable affair The table was well laden with an excellent decorated supper which was served by about sixtyfive people At eleven thirty the crowd bade Mr and Mrs Buster good night and all left with thet n hopes of Miss Emma living to enjoy many happy 7ths of Aug i j Those present are a s follows Misses Ida ana Bess Black Jessie Buster Dora and NancyMann Ada Hazel and Pearl Thurston Jennie Witham Sallie Vigil Ina Bledsoe Bulah Smith Jennie t and Ola Ross Mary and Ina Ir vin Nannie Perryman Bessie Barnes Nona Minnie and Laura yMiller Audra Coffey BettieRam i seyLizzie Oldham Dora and El la G Helm Messrs J BHig ginbotom B p o m e f Thurston Hunter Black Claud Mann Co vie Thurston Will Withlm Will i and Tom Jackman Wesley and Bob Witham Carle Smith Frank3 Irvin Edd Black Joe Barnes Chas and Asa Perryman Dwite Kimbler Frank and Sam Campr ell Willie and Bob Miller Clyiie lit Buster Alva and Authur McFar- r t land Marcus Wooldridge Kirby vand E well Lester Tom Stephen son Isaac Story Guy Dnnbar Will Akin Harlan and Vernon Dalton WnrBallou Dan Wells and Willie Flatte Pelfytonr c J t2 tx J Crops are suffering qn account of dry weather 1 IQr Dan Hatcher of Campbells yule was ingon our mer chants Thursday Mrs JE Burton of 1Tats burg is visiting Mrs WT Jones this place 1 Mr Frank Sanders of Joppa hisT brother Mr Thompsonsick Mr S C Neat was calling on our merchants last Friday Mr W H Sinclair and little grandaughter Rosa and Miss Adell Coffey attended the Russell t Springs Fair t fi A very interesting ball game beweeiiburg resulting 14 to 6 In favSf plNeatsburg Prof Moss wife and baby are h wthe family of Mr JM Cani beta ffhis place t Rev W B Wilkinson preach SEedihere Saturday t and Sunday i Hon G L Perryman Midlfe 1 ij r r pQ Pellet werein Columbia 11lastSeveral of the young people ofdf thisIDaceltt ded the ice cream vvsuppeys Saturday evening and all report an enjoyable time Pelley and Absher are doing good business with their wheat thresher Kmflcy The health of this section is verygood at this time Mr Abe Lewis and Mrs Johnson Watson about the only two cases They are very low We are having some nice dry weather at this time which is very favorable to the growing crops The writer was at t Campbells ville last Wednesday After passing Elkhorn we found crops fine except tobacco which is a light crop t Mr W L Russell has a span of mules he has been offered 350 for but the price was not right IIf the weather will admit there will he more whea sown in this section than has been sown for years We oppose our present school clauseItthat was ever placed on statutes jpf this or any other State A series of meetings will begin at RoleyTtne 3rd Sunday by Eld iz iWilliams JBT a id W G Mont gomery t J W Arnold wife ariid little daughter visited Mrs Arnolds parents Mr Jake Bault near Cane Valley last Saturday and Sunday A ten months old child of James Hardin died the 7 inst with whooping cough Mrs WJ11 Vaughan of Green county is visiting diel parents Mr andMrstWHPerkinsithis- week 1t iua a Drummers come this way thick and fast and all have a good trade The pike company iat work onthe pike from hereto Wilson creek We will soon have a pike to Campbellsville Mr Delany Robertson visited his daughter Mrs El V Hum phreis of this place and sister Mrs Dr Gabbert of Roley last Friday and Saturday The all day Singing at Hovius the 3rd Sunday was well atte nd ed with good order and a general good time for all Mr Ose Bottom was in Colum bia last Friday LOUISVILLE MARKETS StockCATTLE Shipping steer 525620 Beef steers 350570 Fat heifers and lows 350525 Cutters J i Canners BUlIS Feeders ffi 225350l Stockers VI Choice mulch cows 35 004200 Common to fair cows f 15003500 HOGS Cp9i8e160to 200 v j 790 to 16Q t 7780 Pigs 00765 J pq h L 690 down J f SHEEP AND IBSBEiwJiliilJJl f t ir 7 25 750 tCuIlStt itMf R 3O03 25- Fatshe Rr t iL 550x25t- i 11 = t r hL r 11fii l att 1I1JrM r Jh XV A l LEggs f i J tftI6 LU eyioChlCkel lr1Uil1iO Ducksr r j 06 G etifIt 1 25 her Jii1j t r I lIr mir 1 J W W MITCUELI it CON NY GREENSBURGKY i X 1 IIOUl LARGE STOCK OF BUGGIES f Are all on exhibition in our salesrooms and it only takes a look to convince you as to Quality Style andJPrice and years to tell the worth of them they are good for years in service 1 WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY No risk in buying our stuffit i s guaranteed and backed up by the largest manufacturers in the country Come to us for Fox Fertilizers Adrian Wire Fencing Hart Schaffner Marx Clothing PLACE WHERE MONEY h 110 I WW 1 Ill GREENSBURG KY Ingersoll Oklai Editor of the News I wrote a letter to the News nearly a year ago and promised if I saw it in print I would come again I will began by saying this has been the hottest Sum mer I ever experienced the mer cury has went to 110 in the shade several days and 113 one day The wheat crops were exceed i ingly good but in this immmedi ate part of Oklahoma corn is poor The hot winds sturck usl in July and did a great deal of damage to our corn especIallyI the early planting oats barley and corn are good crops this year the kaffir andhtwasznot hurt much by the drought Wheat is worth about 90 cents here how and corn 70 I want to tell some of you Kentuckians what kind of places some people live in in Oklahoma yet there are quite a few old sod houses yet roof and all are made of sod and when it rains is dont leak but pours through and I saw one or two instances where peo ple lived in dugouts Youwould not know you was close to a human habitation until you was almost on the dugout and then you can see a stove pipe sticking out of the ground and perhaps a little roof ten or twelve feet long and looks like it was sitting on the ground In Ingersoll there is one house that the walls are built entirely of tin cans Ask Walker Byrant he examined the house with me and by the way the jail house in the same town is 8x10 feet and built of 2x4s lying flat on each other I have seen quite a few barns that have hayIseen a tool shed since Ihave been in Oklahomas The people leave their headers v binders and all kinds of machinery out the year round to take all kinds of weather It is amys torY how the farmers and people j in general prosper as they do f tQusandIjake a Northerner and put him here he would get rich directly But the farmers were principally all here then they were notJ able to do better and it is hard to iet out of the old ruta r I will tell ypu aisp otthel J i i rl i i r v J WAGONS decided reIYM COME MITCHELL COMPANY 0000000000000 0000000000000rL- INDSEY WilSON TRAINING scuo li 0Ysa 00 frj1j Jff Q 010 ff1 zr II- tr = fit 0 00InCIQ 1r- 5h 10 f ifI tc 0 fi 0Gt CJ41 r 0o10 Moretha Thousand Dollars Spent for Im 0J0 provements this 0 M New Dining Steam Heat and Rooms Boys Halls O and Receiled Storm with Two New Heat Them o jrK Tuition tO4 Board Dormitories 9250 Advance 0 0IiO further Address 0- o 0 1NEILSON MOSS Columbia Ky 1 0 0 00000004000000000000IStella Friends Academy It situated miles Northeast of Cherokee ownedand con trolled entirely by the Quakers They themselves friends The pupils that attend sup- Posed the boys are pledge to neither use tobacco intoxicating drinks in any form use languag The girls pledge themselves r keep company with speak boy that Use either If pupil goes out side the school grounds without permission expelled school they cant visit each other with out getting permission from each of parents and then the School board boardingat the Dormitory get the permission of the Matron of the dormitory fine country to bun tfn especially cksih Win ill cranes sea ind ffiIJitj the benefit tthttpct have never seenk PellicanI- wil1trY to describe them t9 fl 1 j1 n We eave discontinue the sale of wagons and we have about three cars of Old Hickory Tennessee arid j gardless of cost Come and prices these wagons before they are all sold I WE WILL SAVE YOU ENOUGH TO I WELL FOR YOUR DAYS TIME TO TO GREENS BURL THE TALKS w I J kaffir I Ii tl Nii- r t I rakjFtlO J 1 9n li tO I J iI 1 J f nt t L tLr Jl 1j kif s r m l iU l k Y t fI yIi 03 ftl U 6a v e I L It i Six Year v Hall Additional for Girls Refloored throughout over Paper Furnaces to Cx r M rf 2 in 8 or in r For Information o0 r is five and is call are or to sign a or or to profane e ot- to or to a la of he r is from their 4 a they have tq t t This is a tJ gIl tfrl For e i ey I f to get on T i PAY j o o 0 W wwWMVNiNoVW f rWbWNMTHEMO FOR BOYS l TWENTYFOURTH YEAR Has Moved From Murfreesboro to IHARRIMAN TENNESSEE Colleges and Universities location in the mountains n careful All the com forts of life Send for catalogue 1f IwrnMwmm2miwmawThMwMmmmwJmMMwMMMwAwrnMMMwA i are a water fowl and live on fish They are white and are larger than a goose they have a sack under their bills that hold about one and one half gallons and arry fish in these sacks until they are rottpn and eat them feathery f good lbuttheTfeeir meat rot fit to They go inJW i i droves of thousands and part will Tjyr gQQlsgeau f9rYs while 3wa beJPW t ands then they will jgo ineetin eachdther and drive the 1fs1ith dust fore they inWi4ey will begin cat 1he feh n lwhenr they iki S vV ct r 4 get what they can out of that drove they scatter and mak another drive Wishing the News success and hoping you will have a good Fair Iwill close by saying Halloo to all my Kentucky friends tv Loe Bryant the Crime ot Idleness YItsaux Cs constipation headache jaundice sal rlow complexion pimples and bltch i l J ioM ot appetite nauaea butDr Kings New Lf Pinssoon banish liver troll b1a and bbiM uP your bH1tb 25cat z Paull Drug Gtii r Y r iJ Jr Jt ii j ffc d J I I rhw IJvv i a J p y c y1 1 i v t 6 l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1J j LN Time Cardi rjf InetIectMondayp Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND = 7 r CxJun Lv LOUISVILLE AK LEBANON 942am- No N27lv700ami 238159l1l 1004am- r ji JNft79 505pm y 740 pm No 21 800 pm 1000pm o93 630 pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND v bAm Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE BL24 548 am 750 am 1015 am f18732amcC28 pm 655 pm iNo22 658pm 815 pm Nv92 732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 arelSunday trains only C M WISEMANS SON i Diamonds and Precious Stones ii Jewlers and Opticians II Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall r 132 Market Zeta lst2d StLouisville Ky SD Crenshaw t VETERINARY SURGEON a tfi Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon 97 due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMIA P01NTMENT f WILMORE HOTEL w w tt1ILtTORs pop v FirstClass Table J RoomesrFeedStable Reasonable Rates J r3 GDYIILLe KYI r Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr t James TriplettI k Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK J COLUMBIA KENTUCKY l 1r G S Bunbar 2 entist t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 ILICOLUMBIA KENTUCKY r 1 Joseph H Stone f AttorneyAtLaw j Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamestown Kentucky fl Fa zildkzthev- mne as Thte ia cW t ertakf pattemL 11rYttt tMWlt1kt 80tir aM 1 =amt =wt rJiff r Rpt i 1LLrrZ= iT iftl i j 7 Thrift rGa Editor NeWs Sieto publish my other letter I will en deavor to write a few more lines to your paper The weather in this country is averyresent with a few local showers attimes butnot as much as is needed for the crops are drying up in places on account of not having enough rain to make them mature Cotton in this section is very short on account of too much rain in the beginning of the crop and not a sufficiency after it had been cultivated In places the cotton is buring up and all the balls are dropping off leaving a very few for maturity and that is making the price look good to the farm ers The first bale of cotton sold y braught1120c Texas brought 33c a pound Corn in this section is an aver age crop and in some localities they claim it is a little better than it usually is Fodder pulling is a thing of the past in this neighborhood and from all accounts there has been a nice crop saved this year Corn will be ready to gather in about four weeks and cotton will be to pick in about two weeks and it will be a hard task for the cotton is very low this year and will make it hard on the spinal column toc stoop The health in ths county is very good at the present time The watermelons are fastly passing away and health getting better This country is the coun try where the negro seems to like to stay best for we have a spareIdifferent to the negro of of Ken Ituckyfar he is still treated here as he was when he was in bond ege for they are bought and sold just the same as fifty years back and they are governed just the same as they were then If a man buys a negro paying any andwhereputs him out in the field to work and the man goes out and finds him idling away his time and not doing his work right he will take up a buggy whip and give him a whipping and make him do his work right and if he isa mean negro he will draw his pistol down on him and make him stand while he whips hillI with the other hand and sometimes he makes some one else hold his pistol on him while he whips him t And if a negro runs off from his master they will arrest himme and put him in the chaingang Ito work on the public road for a year or two Sometimes a white man will kill a negro and there will not be even an arrest made and sometimes it will go to court and cost the party 200 or 300 lawyer fee to get out Most ne 1 gros work in the turpentine wood here for this isva great turpentine country There is a car load shipped from the Sjfcill at this place every week It is not very clean work but mighty healthy work and people who run these stills are never sick unless it is a conta = geous disease they take The education of this state is not so good as it in our home stat Kentucky for this reason that they have not had the oppor tunity we aveprobablyiQg o to fscbooand another is that the a 4y 1E ht f f p g xfa climate being warm here makes the scholars sluggish and lazy and not feel like studying so much as the people Where it is colder and another reason is that they dont have a sffieency of good teachers to teach their country schools You can not find many of the Georgian teachers here for they all come from other states principally When you talk to your school pupils about making a school teacher tfyey will say I would not teach chool for anything For all the boys study about is raising cotton and marrying and the girls begin to want to marry when they get out of the cradle well I will say from 13 years up 18 years For I have heardafa great many girls that get mar ried at 13 and 14 and some 15 I have been talking with moth ers of large families before her children and she would remark that unless the girls got married before they were 18 years old thatI they could not marry unless they married an old widower I would tell them it was better not to get married at all than to marry under 18 Years old But they think they would be as worthless as a confederate dollar if they never got married tied on for life good or bad worse or better they say let the world roll on in Georgia 4 The great points in teaching school in Georgia is keeping strict order and if you do not they will turn you off and when you do your duty some times they will want to run you off But when a teacher whips one he must hold his ground and let the people know that you are teaching for the right and not for the wrong But if you listen to some of these women when you whip one you will think the judgment day has come and teachers are the the only ones to be judged and your witnesses are all against you But a school teacher in Georgia must be as deaf as the 7 North pole when he is out of the school room so as not to hear this grea tale that goes on to suit the peo pIes appetite You must be a teacher of your own Way in the schoolroom and a snake in the grass when you get out If you will pardon mel wil relate one personal experience I have had In Georgia My first school was at Miley Ga I was getting along all right I thought when all of a sudden I t Whip a boy Ionly struck him two licks or twice and then I turned my back on him and went to my work and he drew his knife and fobr when a young lady told me that he wasgoing to cut me with his knife so I turned around and told him to put up his knife and he would not do it so Ipicked u my switch and told him to put it in his pocket he wanted to put toritd him to close it and he would not I took him by the collar and said you close that knife and be quick about it and he would not so the scuffle began and I got him down on the floor and took it away from him and told him I would expell him from school that evening but told him that he needed to go to school worse than the others and if he would promise to obey and behave that I would let him continue So h i went home and told his lathe that I whipped him with a citify so the father went to the this tee tq have me turned off arid fM i A NT i1 u iI t J Ih II lf n tFtS t t1 ti j the trustees said we have boys there and they said that is not 1howmg or g beat him to death but we had no further trouble with him and 1 closed the school quietly and began at Thrift Ga where we have had three teachers this year and two are so I said I 1care IIbeena little boy for not obeying and not getting his lesson so he went I home and told his mother about it and at the dinner table so says run off from him this shej ning So late in the day I working a problem at the and had my back turned and he slipped out and away he ran He hollooed when he got started gaadI looked around for the trouble and I missed him and went after him but he got to his mother before I could catch himI and she would not give him up so I went to gee his father and he said he would see about it and maybe he would send him back in the morning so I have not had to take care of them more but think they are sarryi they can not send to school My friends have been asking 7 for information about schoolsyou can apply to Mr W W Lanier 7 Millen Ga Mr Ed Warren Swainsboro Ga or J E Bran nen Statesboro Ga for schools as they are the commissioners in the counties where teachers are needed and they would give any one information about their coup Hoping this will escape tithe waste basket I remain a reader of the News Walter Barger 3E38E380aOUQ0E38E3 f M E JONES DENTISTt a G I IQ mlnQ 1Special attention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is heir stockI Q li a COLUMBIA S KY 3DHOaOOE3 v Turkey Logic Discussing the necessary care and methods to insure success in raising turkeys Profitable poultry says lBecause they can find a living for themselves the owner should not consider that they need no fieldsspafford them Growing turkeys should riot be allowed to go a single day withautgrain feed o f some kind They should be given every evening a liberal feed of grain of which corn should be the smaller part This evening feed of grain keeps the young turkeys growing rapidly instead of making slow progress during the hot weather It also gets them inthe habit of coming to the house every night and they sleep at home instead lan the most convenient fence as they ften do when not fed daily dur jiinfi the summer v u If you have nor natural shade fotthe fowls provide some in a pklice i 2h it J 1 jj J f F I ti t 0 1l1l itt v IIr r Ii I OOOOC OCp- o sr tJ VftKLY r rJ COURIER JOURNAL 1 WATTERSON di torrIHENRY 4 Newspaper Democratic yin I poLltl cS It prffear or fayoi The regular price IS l 00 n a year but you can get the WEEKLYr COURIERJOURNAL y AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS jf J BOTJI ONE YEARox 4 dryy 150 ry 1 1 if you will give or send tyour order to this V yfl paper not to the Courier ourna1I V l 11i 6We can give you a combination cut t 0rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write J this paper 1 k 1 ax ooc ri i ICJvw v LIiviw iiwoliwiiiiti iiiwwwrViI t1 I 11 t1 1 I7iE v Fifth Avenue Hoteln fQ PIKE CAMPBELLMGR k 5 fi dCC lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale tt l iv and Retail Districts Churches and 1 r 71C Theaters 7i r FIFTH AYENU LOUISVILLE 0j v FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETSI jft LviJy I t Louisville Kentucky i I viyo vv7i 7 I i 11 I 7 t 71I I 7K I JI71 71 I I j it l j U HARDH i Pres J COCKE V Pres R H DIETZMAN Sec tj W T yne Mill Supply Co I ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 g MIliUWIGJTZ I mActtlftlSTS 4 DEALERS IN ENGINES OILERS SAW M J S f GRIST MILLS FEED MILLSlv 1 r 1301 THIKTeeNTftMftlN IOUISVILL SMOKESTACKS tl Sheet Iron and Tank Work r k JOBBING WORK SOLICITED All Kinds of Machinery Repaired = ir FRANK CORCORAN I Hightirade e Marble 9Granite Cemetery work See US befere4 of all kind Yet buy tiTrade from Adair and adjoining counties solicited I Main Street Lebanon Kyi TficCrimc ot Idleness I IdteheM means trouble for tny onel Its tbe same with a lazy liver It caui er calledPaiun headache aundlciMtl k1if hsit r 1ow complexion Pimplem andblotclxy t loss of appetite Haaaea but TJr lQNew Life Pill ooit touilsb liver trU iblea and build up3rour health el t Paull Drug Co r i lowJI tw I 0 II r f rtr J J T =I t I 3ru r r rr t Jin t r t tA t I1 r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 if l4 ilr l tt 1101od 5On LeWIS i jifA v yr Greensburg Kentucky it IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH r 5g Studebaker H Birdsell CI itJ 1Milburnt = = Ttgo1TI STA car loadof 7Oliver Chilled Plows j f A car load of fj Disc Harrows Ii I A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters and I One = Horse Corn Drills v Will have the greatest and finest display 7 of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown L Jtf in this Green River Country ready for t Spring trade v h JLIME SALT AND CEMENT SPECIAL LINE I Will deliver any kind of Fatr Implements any station RNWood sOn LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to r + s flb1irrc IRON f1s tr1Mg lr witte GutletrGuns I 116 H market St Bet 1st Brook WAGON MATH IRIi ItOU1SVl11e Kentucky Telephone 2167Both Phones salNeH tue Carry 501NCH- r BO + Different 421NCH i Styles 341NCH l Fepee YlfAfAfiUfiflflfiWiWUfAYiTAflf 21 NC t T In Stock iS 181NCH ii ai irf i i JC i I c S4waw I Also oofin 1 All Kinds Mr b i RELD FENCE STANDARD SIX t1EiGtl7S e- i ww v wwrG 71 i n i71 Dr James Menzies 7 EIr CONSULTATION AND G Uice- EXAMINATION FREE AT RESIDENCE MColumbiavI I vv 1117fC I7Rit7R7J iiCn i7R iinC + + + e 44 + 4 4 + a1 Sash Doors Blinds 7 Mouldings Columns i iEo9ji Porch Material 6eoJ- L rt Stairy i H Work IN SInterior Finish t rl 4rgestWholesaleSash and Door Housr dv in the South r iSendjyour orders to us for prompt shiptnenj and good goods I We appreciate them A P- Iri BBGHFR fifl 2ll2lEIainSiri 1 EiricoRp4RAr KY1 jS r tt 1 i Iiifd L c r j I i 1 furlr rlNi ir 1i i f it c J I r f t IT t ft f i FriendiNearly all women suffer at times from female andimoreyoushouldCardui is a safe natural medicine for women vegetableingredientsgives strength and tone to the whole system TAKE CARI3UIWomans writesCarduiIwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to no avail so Ptook Cardui and inside of three days I was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES IBrainLeaks He who hustles has no time for envyIt easy to make excuses for those we love IThe chief danger in some mor al waves is the undertow- A man has no right to be satisfied unless he has done his best Some parents should take ex ample of the birds and push the nestlings out Now and then weve hear temperance workers who forgot to practice it when they were talkingWed give a lot for an apple f turnover that tasted as good as some we ate about forty agoOne thing a man can never understand and that is what wo men find to talk about so long Over the back fence If you are making concessions to comfort in the matter of your shoes it is a sign that you are getting older and wiser iWith hogs selling t 8ahur dred pounds we cant call some men what wed like to without first Apologizing to the porkers We know men who turn glad smiles towards people who help them make money and stern- frowns toward the wives who help them save it If we take worms for bait when we go bobbing for bull heads we are certain to come to the conclusion that is the day the bullheads want fresh beef The sun do wave Just thin how long it hay been since you hearda temperance lecturer who tellinirwhat a horrible drunkard he use d to be r What has become of the gay Eold farmer who always replied to the question concerning his rye gvacre The average woman works s hard getting ready for her vaca tiara trip that she hasnt time to get rested up before she has to come back home and take up the old grind again tW are always sorry when we tryingtBut we are sorrier when we see a silk dress salaried man trying to keep his wife in the colic class v V1 vv Do not neglect growing chick- this t inontte because 4 heyVhayep v some size on thehiv E feip hem i bus t l t t 4 rt lft r vely lfJv tiJt 3if A rv Crft JrL In the inquiry into the circum stances surrounding the death by shooting of Lieutenant Sutton the government suddenly chang ed its attitude and forced the mother of the dead lieutenant to become complainant against several of the officers of the marine corps Mrs Suttons at torney insisted that her sole object was to clear her sons name and that it was not fair to put her in the position of accuser shouldd n the investigation She was however overruled by the court Twas a Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A Drstalk of the town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about he writes and the doc tors did me no good but after using Dr Kinks New Disoovery three weeks I feel like a new man and can do goodJ work again For weaksore or diseased Inngs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever LaGrippe Asthma or an Bronchial affection it stands unrivaled Price 50c and 100 Trial Bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Home Let home stand before all other things No matter how high your ambition may tran scent its duties no matter hoW influi ence may reach beyond its doors before everything else build a true home Be not its slave bits master Let it not be enough that it is swept and garnished that is silver is brilliant that its food is delicious but feed the ask piration feed all charity and gentleness in it Then from its trugwoman man o shall together rule and bless the land Is this an overwrought picture We think not What honor can be greater than to found such a home What dig nity higher than to reign its urn disputedmistress 0What is the ability to spea from a public platform to large intelligent audiences or the wis dom thatirlay command a Beat on the judges bench compared to that which can insure and pre sjdo over a true home that hus band and children Urise and call her blessed To be guiding stir the ruling spirit in such a position is higher honor than toI rule an empire t i Aresreful record of the cows or prdctionandc costvduring the year should be kept Tg cow that does not make a satasctory profit should fo discarded v r St j4 o tI4 P sD2 r Ii r J tt 1rJ4 n r 7W i ra n tt i 1 I HORD d RICE fJ DEALERS IN HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES RUBBER TIRESi + Ij BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL CAMPSELLSVLLEKENTUCKY o- We UMBER III are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock oil finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest patern and we can meet all reasonable de= mands If you man to build or repair write call or use Phones 32 = 4 32 = 3 and 59 = A GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN Myers Roller Mill IIILOCATION Jf r arr Newly furnished Tf Conveniently located 8 IDI The Hudson louse I 9Rates 100 Per Day B D 1 1 am also prepared to furnish IB Anything in the Bakery Line E a Your Business Solicited I ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky I arr Next door below Citizens Bank on Campbellsville pike DaE38C3008CJ9E3 r YEARy t IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of GENERA MERCHANDISE Produce Wanted W L SIMMONS tlUMI3Lhe KENTUCKY f = dQHN AHOBSON IYljf1 ls Eipough f 1f t Pjothet Witre pence t LJiJi C rr l tofencein Green and Adair counties II tr J t T The Stay wires on this fence are so kattachedthat they cant slip on the aErne Wires The Harder You pull f the Tighter it Gets i r f f ciiic on every arm in counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of WalllEaper ad fJ r vest ised in recent issues of The News riiaracr r rrrrc i =xicnracxc c ncrr rr ra crrr 7r i I dIti The iaaiJCoontYNewlij outl r J9ur Year forL50 t 41j SBothOne t 1 ktLr tf fnSJr r oilJ 1ilfl t Jr i j I 2i 2N c tr A r 1r TiT Th I J J 0I l 0 iy yi ITI1EOA- DAIR COUNTY NEWS bt Gradyvillc r t We have had no rain focithe past week Our people are ready and wait ing for the Columbia Failr r IBoth old and young men of our city engage in a social game of marbles every day except Sun day onithe sick list a day or so of last week Wilson Bros of Cave City re ti Ceived twentytwo heavy cattle IromJ F Pendleton of this place last week at 4c per pound Mr Geo H Nell one of our tobacco producers informed your reporter that he thought his growing crop would bring one thousand dollars Several oche crops in this section like unto this one r Messrs Murrell Miller the wellknown insurance men of Columbia were in this community last week looking after busi ness rThe many friends of Thos Moss will be glad to know that he is improving and will be able to return home in a few days Mr Moss has been in Louisville for several days Messrs JM Wilson and Luth er Roach two of our best citi yens as well as farmers werea transacting business in Golumbia one day last Week r Mr Geo W Robertson Elida NlM was shaking hands with hIS many friends in our city one day last week Mr Robertson is looking fine and we must say here that he looks as young as he did thirty years ago when you r reporter boarded with him MrI NeV1Iall our Kentucky people are doing well Mr l Ed Whitlock one n of Bliss prosperous farmers was in o midst one day last week and i tlofa scorn crop Vasi looking fineGive us more farni its like Mr WKitlock T IMr J A Diddle J is a very busy man now days He inform your reporterthat he had receiv eel orders for lumber for six largeI I tobacco barns If there is any one in this section can furnish it isis Mr Diddle He has the timber teams and mill and knows exactly how to get up on time Mr Jessee Breeding of the Nell section was in our midst last Friday and informed us th his wife Mrs Breeding who h aas been in delicate health for severI al years was enjoying better health this year than she had for several years We certainly were N glad to hear this statement arid trust it will only be a short time V until she will have her perfect healthagain The protracted services at Un ion church closed last Thursday night Our meeting was a s ucJcess from the beginning to the end Rev Henry of Lebanon Tenn did the preaching He a man of power and did a great work for our church as well as the community at large We IFfi ion able to give the number professions but there Were a number We have now at Union an interesting Sunday School with good attendance al so our ladies have a large miss aimonth e tj lt 0t uJMr Tobej Hughes of uanah rtifi lir pp h 52 f rt4j t rc ili b2 I 1rVONEY CANNOT BUY ABETTER PAINT V THAN V IIANNAS 6REEN SEALrSThe Paint possessing every essential quality V Nothing in it but what should be there rNothing lacking that will improve it Pigments scientifically combined and finely groundin Pure Linseed Oil The Made to Wear Paint I outwears all others and that in wearing away does scrgrdu ally leaving a perfect surface for repainting FOR SALE BY I fr j f Jeffries Hardware Sfore3r W F JEFFRIES SONS PROPS x atithis place several days of last I week also his sister Miss Vic of Columbia accompanied him Tobe is looking fine arid he says enjoys the Lone Star State r Bakerton As it has been some time since you had a letter from this place will give you a few items We have been attending the Cumberland County Fair which is now in session They haveI been having good attendance V F Parrish of Waldo Tex is visiting his father Mr H C Parrish and family of Howards Vale during the Fair r L W Radford a son of JM Radf ord who has been in Uncle Sam service for the past three years returned home the lltli and is attending the Fair Miss Isabel Irvin of Russell Springs is visiting her cousin- S T Irvin and family at this place and taking in the Fair a BurkesvilleMiss Slemmons and a Mr English from Texas were Wednesdayare visiting G Ml Dillon this week viDeMellon s Ridge are visiting T C Goff this week r Mr James Colewas here to day Jim is a hustler when it comes to getting subscribers t the Adair County News He has been a lifelong Republican but he knows a good thing when he sees it F Faulkenburg with L L May Co seedmeri was her this week Mr Charles Jones formerly jof Ithis place but now of Barren county is visiting in this co munity Mrs Kate Ham and daughter of Glasgow are visiting Mrs Kate Williams this week i Huber Williams is on the sick list Cull Neathery of Card well Mo is here to visit his sister rMrs T C Goff E Baker has gone to Bree ing to spend a few days with his Breeisd Walter Goff of Columbia visiting his parents Mr and Mrs placeof iVithHottIronola rt or o cut with a knifebruised by slammed door inured t y gun or in any other way Buckleons andrkill the pain Its earths healer infallible for dilfjA1l1cersFeY er Sores Eczema and PiJj2fC at Fcull Drug Go 9sQ rfjSti 2 J x r i IGriders Store Well news is scarce at present nothing doing and every thing dull After spending one big week at RusseirSprings Fair we xXwtosome interest The Fair is over rejturnedtheir weeks pleasure Jas and Jno Oaks and Paul1 Wolford passed here Saturday on their way to Burkesville nowithSeveral from this place attendf s ed singing at Blair sschool house Sunda and a nice oetimeCullen Hale is suffering Ms Ii week with a rising on his arnfr10 m lHWoolnai4 is cutting grassfor B0 Bernard J L Hale passed here last Saturday evening en route to oVitThe news reached here Satuj day night by wire that some bIte was trying to break into James Oaks houseknowmg Mr Oaks was away from liSmeybut he cont endinglipar ties soorFiaWe their escape t1lJj sited at hank Hates Sunday Willis Richards is now ready ito go to molding brick Vt L M McKinleyour produce v man keeps making his regular 0trips Mrs Sallie Griders little baby is much impoved with his arm Dunne llle H Henry Luttrell is visiting his communityC Jake Van Hoy and Miss Suisie Kate Page of near Cane Valley r visited Miss Maggie Rubarts last weekm Claud Dickinson and Virgje Rubarts were a t Rheber Sun dayrHardin Doss are on the road again with their moving picture show They will be at Dunn ville Saturday night r Jake Pierce visited his brother Rubin Pierce last week visiondg friends and relatives at Columbia f this week Elzie Cundiff made 229 D1sj wheatisMiss Gary Cabb ell will yisit her aunt in Louisville during the State Iair feihnstt Henson whoo has been living atMerrimaCj is visiting in this community 4 BF Russell won the premium mulaton ie Russell Springs Eair v i gyis Si i1 f rtI1i ft Id ii ja FIRusseIlJb Vaughan and wife have been visiting relatives at Absher for several days Mr Tom Sanders who lives Pellyton has been very sick some time J D Jones isgetting along fine threshing wheat Luke Lay and family visited the family of Tom Lay at Eu nice last Sunday L C Cabbell will probably an unce himselfa candidate for icountYsubJect the Democratic Cabpis well qualified for the ofJfice ir a r1a bez tm l h The Iar rsat Busy sowing wheat in this section We hear of some complaint about the corn not having any where the land is good and the stalk a good color Mr R E Hatfield is at home from RusS l1 springs where he has been following the barbers U jjjduringP As thilis my first letter since the fair Ntfill mention it ill this jj i6rie R E Hatfteld and wife attended from here Mr and Mrs R O Jones stop iped here While on their way t th fair 7 Messrs Bunny Bates and Alii v son Chley of Bud Wayne coun I ty stopped over for dinner here 5 while on their return from the 3 fair 7 Mr Ju RCarsoriws here Monday night Mr J 1rteacher has a bad foot that is keeping him out of school this week Mr Grover Grosser is teaching for him I Messrs F F Mitchell and Rollin Hatfield are at Lexington this week taking iii the fair Misses Ella Josie and Bertha I Hatfield were the guest of Miss Bertha Walters Sunday Mr EW Phlenger a lawyer of Covington was here talddenseeds for D M Ferry Co while they had a vacation in court IrvinsiStorc X r A good rain fell yesterday which was very muchmeeded Smith a nd Jaspe finislied threshing wheat In this neigh f 1wasbM W Cooper and wite of Font Hill were here Sunday Nominatibn fbr majtrate and Constable will be mallet Eli i a1ah r 4 r r t J 4 t 1I6ett ptin ls mofl r l OPEn fQS i IIE LTHSEEKERS ia i r And the Traveling Public The Building which is commodiaushas been refurnished repainted making it a very inviting place Theta is supplied with the beSt the country affords A large sample room for st the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the pure health restoring Terms reasonoble Write to WINFREY PHELPS RUSSELL Ky SPRINGS J- It H The Louisville Tru Southwest Gomel c0mpanV Fitch add Market LOUISVILLE Organized under b special charter for the safe keeping of valuables every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust kusiff fness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admn trator Trustee Guardian i Assignee Receiver and to fill every pcSKJ f tion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of xvancd character and its fair impara ialand profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great financial strength r Z It 3Cf3 3 r E FRJ11K JAciW AT- 4WATGHfflRESR5W atIi P IE38E30D 3E3 3CJ008E30DOCI t 3 3 3E3f3f 31E38QOQOOUf 3E T A MURRELL N W MILLER MURRELL MILLERS af W WRITE i y1 it Jtf Ji1ALB KINDS OF INSURANCE 1 I lwl TUAS UJOD = r aitf r QwY 1I COLUMBIAr KENTUCKY Wr 3 7C3LaC7 7CViiiC7iiiC7iaCY7rk 7CrS3 3SC3 = A V VI 1VI IVIIf A7WELLENDORF t INCORPORATED 6 1JSuccessors to Hubbuch B OSS55C AIS An Old firm in a New Garb K t IlWxix strongmanagementusmess pil 1lars of all ourtransactIons Your needs in r Z 7K i K CARPETS RUGS JDRAPER1ES II NSW LL m I PABERJor r S i i Kxjgv r l HBBUGH BROS WELLB JjJib kFFLOUISVILLE Kyo f K 522522 W MARKET ST 5viiiC 7K7Itr7i 7I m IKrI7lII m 7I 7f islbeinty offices A good fiscal court IS what makes a county prosperI Last Sunday evening Babe Har ris accidentally shot Tom Trig gle Harris was fooling with an old pistol that was loaded when going off penetrating the boy g bowels who until Tues day morning and died We hope this wil1be a lesson to our bad Qy arid not only to them butto pareiits who let their boys go fishing on Sunday not where they are instead of hayiiig SundaySchool 4h r 3f e1ISpringsRussel Springs yesterday While the attendance was not soiwarge tobe k the 07ofQIpleof Russell Springs have the thanks of the Society for kind ness in which they receit eddfr usalItg1N r Have a Tailor make Jt1G1oiiiiUlp 16QOarid up TrOi F bxtColumbiahermxnahTailor i irJ r ttrtt51Y J1yt t- ft f r- 7r