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J 1 j I t cv4c 4 FH142T t T 1t bai ant HM tbJ 12 N P I I VOIiUMEXU COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1909 NUMBER 44 p I mA R KASEV p He Entertains The Male Members of His Congregation and a Fewp Other Special Friends 1 1LADIES OF THE CHURCH REMEMBER HIM Last Friday evening Rev A R 1Kasey who has been the pastor of the ist Church this place for near t ly four years entertained a large num ber of the male members of his Church Iand a few butsidors at the Lindsey Wilson Invitations were extended to the entire male membership of his con gregation but many live out of town and were not present The opening of this gathering was in Ithe chapel and after Rev Kasey stated the object of the coming together Gov J R Hindman was invited to take charge of the meeting lie made a 1short speech closing it with very seri oils words He stated that the assembly was a reminder that Bro Kasey was soon to leave us a statement he very much regretted tp make and he felt sure that every member of the Church and this entire community felt as he did After speaking of Bro Kaseys ability as a preacher his close walk with God and his usefulness as a citizen he offered the following reso lutons Resolved That we deeply regret that the fourth and last year of our beloved pastor A R Kasey is nearing its lose Itis with sorrowful hearts that we think of the time to say goodbye The services of Bro Kasey to us as a church and community have been of al most inestimable value As a preacher he ranks among the ablest and best jjiSvja pastor he has been faithful to his rffiecjfcljind as a citizen and neighbor he always found time to fulfill all obliga tions Wecan scarcely find language to express the genuine sorrow we feel in knowing that he must leave us The parting makes us sad tfor Brother Kasey we bespeak a place in some fine community where the people we are sure will love him and appre t Ic aite him for his ability as a preach er his faithfulness as a pastor his character as a man his amiability and kindness as a neighbor and good sense ai3 citizen i Nor would we forget to express our jjappreciation of his family whom we have learned to love Before the adoption of the resolu tions the following speakers in short t talks paid high compliments to the f pastor all regretting that he was soon to take his departure Mr F R WinI frey RevT L Hulse Rev Crawford Judge T A Murrell and Mr Rollin Hurt At the close of the last address the guests repaired to the spacious dinning hall where ladies of the Church served ice cream and cake which were very Much enjoyed Before leaving the han t j g P D Neilson arose and informed l i speakInJ ented Bro Kasey a beautiful solid o1d Knights Templar watch charm a gift from the ladies of the Church jj J3ro Kasey was taken wholly by surprise and his remarks in accepting it anditt The guest then withdrew and left for their respestive homes feeling glad 1 that they had bEen present on such an- ijoViiWl occasion though a reminder t1 cemiz3 sad parting 4iiwitness one of the grandest sighiie their eyes ever looked upon heavens Hallays comet will be due noocan be seen with the naked eyes This wonderful heavenly body rsJand will not be seen again for t7 iniany years Astronomers tell us 1this great flaming star will when I frs full glory next May span the coyerlaJidwin stand put like a great living thing ofre ifl S Lynn Rhorer- f fbe Pineville Sun in its last issue re t the f complimentary Jeter to gentleman who sprung of old Jassamine itock the Rhorer ilyOt1 of v 1MSHRhorer thet of D B and James r a war tfrlendpf theditprof the hf bqut forty atsago TR On the loitefc water of this dis t in the county of Adair there was n axiottK m ncluJd who grew to hpfld th eand at Middleibor S elnl Kjcratfc 0ek and only the Pen 0 UnertChrfctto B iofamother he 1 i iiiJ Tf p eIfulhe was in Atlanta Ga with a family with not a dollar with which to pay theon ordinary expenses of living Today he the head of one of the largest retail aint concerns in that wonderful town It does a man good to walk in his cpmce pany and feel that he is in the presence of a successfulcitizena product of the Eleventh Congressional District of Kentucky Jassamine JournalevS Lynn Rhorer was born in Columbia and lived here until he was about sixteen years old He is a nephew of Mr 1t1 Cravens his mothers maiden name being Miss Jennie Cravens They win go to the fr vT Evry time you Jiear of a Columbia boy he is ahead coMasonic Columbia Chapter R A Masons No7elected the following officers for the ensuing year last Friday night G P Smythe H Priest Walker Bryant King Jo Russell Scribe R H Durham Capt of H R R Moss P S Horace Jeffries Sec R F Paull Treas Geo T Flowers R A C Frank Sinclair 3rd V WR Myers 1st V GASmith 2nd V L V Hall Sentinel Y For Safe My residence in Columbia It isa two stpry building containing eight roms good water and a fine gardenv Located near the square 443t Mrs J W Forth Last Sunday night while returning from the Tompkinsville Fair nacci dent occurred in which Mr Ewing Stults met with a sprained ankle tFred Myers Ewing and a young man named Snow who lives at the Russell Springs were in one buggy They had reached Weed in this county when the shafts came loose starting the hos The boys jumped from the vehicle with the result as above stated Two wheels of the buggy were considerably damaged A letter to Mr James Garnett from Rev L T Reeves pastor of the Baptist Church this place dated at Tallassee Ala states that Mr Reeves brother who was a victim of peritonitis died Friday of last week The letter also states that Rev Reeves will be1 compelled to resign his position as the paetsr of the church here as he feels i ptents He is expected in the next few days and will probably remain until the last of the month His Church and his friends generally tender their sym pathy in the deep sorrow which has- cometohim It Take Notice 4 Having sold our millinery stock to Mrs L W Atkins we are compelled to collect what is due us Therefore we earnestly ask all those who have accounts on our books to call at once and pay If this notice is not heeded the accounts will be given to an officer for collection The Misses Eubank 442t Mr R L Davis has removed with his famjly from Portland this county to Columbia He is occupying a cottage on Frazier Avenue formqrly the resi dence of MrA D Coy and family Mr Davis is a good citizen and has an excellent family We are glad to record such acquisitions to Columbias population Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has power to issue the Elementary Certificate the Intermediate Certificate and the Life Certificate which entitle the holders to teach anywhere in Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without furthur examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Address H H Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky 432t Mr J E Beebe Sheriff of Metcalfe county was here last Thursday to de liver to the Jailer of Adair county ArI thur Smith whom he had arrested on a bench warrant sent from fhia county iSmith is charged with housebreaking F Rev W H C SandK3ge sold his farm at Bliss last v ktoMr J F Riall of tub 1ft Carmel section for 3150 The laying of brick on the Russell building commenced last Friday mornr mg j- horn to the wife of Qfiho Turner pCejnbwf 1 1909 a daugfit il g r 30rHlrVri Y t 1 1Farmers Club It is not my purpos to harasi any e or to become annoying to the pubbulic in an attempt to accomplish on any line but the importance ofa better system of farming and the ne chssityunquestionably is a plain fact to all To aid in any movement that tends to such an end ought to be the pride of Therythose who are believers advancement Several efforts promoted by theStatej have failed to create a ripple as largeSqas a rye straw and the same old ods are employed and the same kinds of harvests reaped Believing that some improvement and some enthusiasm uld be produced by organizing a armers Club and offering good premi ums for the best of wheat on a ce frrtainproposition some time ago and asked membership to the extent of one hun d red at one dollar each I have person ally presented that proposition to many of our best farmers and asked them to ta th yeirtyfiveSeveral in different parts of the sh c iIiipaddresses but no reports have been received That the proposition will fail can hardly be doubted unless some active members get busy and keep busy for the next few weeks Nearly every one to whom the proposition has been mentioned readily replied that itisaqgood move and they hoped to see it succeed Still the same people are not e ulffortm nt to stir up frindly and healthy rivalry No one man can without giving a large part of his time make it aIsuccess and while I believe great good would result from s chan organiza tion yet Iam not in position to giveI more of my time unless others actively join in the work If less than one hundred dollars will not make the premiums attractive nor diversify the contest to the extent of a healthy v c ManJ Completing4eeding time so if you want to see a i Cogget to work and help bring it into existence I am willing to do my part in this matter but not inclined to take thehentire load If one hundred names are not secured by the 20th of this month so far as I am con erned it can pass and be known as a failure The pro osition as I submitted it is that a premium of25 be given the pne who produced the most wheat on two acres 25 for the most on five acres 25 for the most on ten acres and 25 for the most wheat prodcedby any one member One hundred members must be secured if this proposition goes Each one must pay a 100 on or before May the 1st 1910 If you believe it would be worth its cost you are solicited to join by giving your name and address There is no time to lose if it succeeds So makeup your mind at once If you believe it someofyoUlfriends the contest Respectfully CS Harris Judge W W Jones will soon have one of the most attractive and conve nient homes in all this section He ha had his residence remoddled the roof orr the main building raised and the ell made two story and a handsome porch built extending all long the front and side view of the main dwelling all the work done in workmanlike manner Besides this improvement he has waterworks and many other ccnveniencies In fact the present home has but little the appearance of the old one Marriage Licenses But little doing in the matrimonial line during the month of August Mr T R Stults only issued license to fiver couples as follows B F Biba to Lucia E McGaha Ed Brockman to Bursha LiRobHoward Shaw to Rosella Rooks The Misses Eubank have sold their stockof Millinery to Mrs L W AV kins who will conduct the business fat the same location Mrs Atkins will visit the markets iQa fwdaYs i TownTaxes j Sixpe cent will lie added to town f tax i due and not paid on the ufirtday of October T payerWilrg themselves cC 44 2t J AWillwCoiiictoii r t For Salel good work multi andhrneN7CocXl ae Vj i i1m iyCy VT j jI= Pike To Green County Line At a mass meeting held last Monday Object being to take steps toward seven or miles of fi Cromline Gov JR Hindman took the air and explained the object of the m At the close of his talk the f th1owingsolicit stock about 10000 to be raised bueal tepropriirtionke 10000 more has been subscribedto Will ToJd Sherrod veuiresJas T Page John W Flowers John Lee Walker Chas S Harris These will work an agdMr ToE Waggener has removed om Columbia to Portland in Western portion of the countymThe Diptheria Scare I made a trip to the infected district sterday and found quite a number children with sore throat from one to threeat almost everyhouse But all the cases examined by me I 6unddiptheria about them They all had anyoftthemvery hardIn worse for uite a number have died One died in Adair county but that one had for several years been afflicted with scrof ousswelling of the throat and nosep hich helped to bring about her death di t Gdnottelldiptheria but gave them the benefit of any doubt that Tmay have had I amin hopes there will not be much fur ther trouble U L Talorr eriLadyILast Friday morning Mrs Myra oore who was the wife of Mr W T oore died at her late home near Vallty Her maiden name was utler and she was a sister of William Josh and James Butler who live near She was in her i dearold age The fuderal services were conducted Saturday by MdZ T Wil ams many relatives and friends being present The surviving husband who isnow carrying the weight o many yearstandall the relatives have the sympathy of the entire communityc MrJ R Carson who has been traveling for Flood Co wholesale yearshasbeencompelled while on account of the death fhis brother which reccently occurred at Phil We have been permitted to read a letter written by the house to Bobs friends in Gasey and Russell countie expressing deep regret on account of his temporary leave of absence from the business and speaking of him in the highest terms While Mr Carson is winding up his deceased brothers business Mr W C Bryan will visit h territory The teachers of Russell county were exceedingly wellpleased with Prof R R Moss of the LindseyWilson as an institute conductor A gentleman who resides in Jamestown informed us last Saturday that it was the best conduct ed institute ever held in Russell county As an evidence that the teachers were delighted with Prof Moss a resolution waapassed asking him to return an conduct the institute next year This is quite a compliment and we feel sure that it is highly appreciated by Prof Moss and his many friends The manager of the Campbellsville baseball team is hereby notified by the manager of the Columbia team thatfthe baseball season so far as Columbia is concerned will close for the year with the ending of the game at Leba non this week Columbia against Bards town Severalmembers of the Goium jbia team will leave home to enter Col ji Farm For Safe j c Ihave about 140 acre H9f land on Sul phur Creek for sale Ti ere is a d well inland barn but they are not good number of bearing fruit trees Will sell this property forJ2JoqO 500 cash4 151thelice 3i miie east Irom Columbia inja ood neighborhood N M Tutt Mt r piketGov JR Hindnwtn whpwill explain the necessity for the nterprl8 and 1hQril tr U lW JZ Jj ri i1 Y Jl f f2 1 Farm For Sale I desire to sell my farm containing about 250 acres lying in Russell county on Cumberland river 14 mile from eelsboro on the road to Burksville is a fine farm in a good state of cultiva tion well watered with a well springs creeks and the river being the line on e south has a good 6 room brick dwell g and cellar has all necessary out ildings three barns and cribs and two nant houses will give some man a rgain For further information call see or write me at Creeelsboro KyI ofryH C Jackman M D Mr Cyrus Grider of Russell county ed seventyeight and Mrs Sarah J of this county aged 56 were married in Adair last week The following is a mail contract ade and carried out one hundred years ago From Greensburg by Adair c h Cumberland c h and Jackson c h Tennessee to Blackburns Springs Ten nessee once in two weeks Leave Greensburg every other Monday at 2 p m and arrive at Blackburns Springs on Wednesday at 6 p in Leave Black burns Springs every other Thursday at a m and arrive at Gre nsburg oil Monday by 10 am A few head of horses and inules were sold Monday prices ruling low New Catalogue Free The new catalogue giving full infor mation concerning the educational work of the WesternNormal mailed alicationPresidet Western Normal Bowling reen Kentucky 432t Mr M Cravens who has been in business in Columbia for about fort years has retired for needed rest After a Jew months he will again be one of the busy men of the town He sold his stock of drugs notions and soda fountain to Ballard z Russell who will open a general line of groceries in the Cravens building Mr Gordon Montgomery agent for The Home Fire Insurance Company paid Mr James Grissom four hundred and fifty dollars last week the full amount said Grissom had on his resi ence recently destroyed by fire Fair Grounds to foe Sold On Monday the 20th day of Septem ber about the hour of 1 oClokth e Fair Grounds willbe sold at public out tryare about 20 acres of land well located FftS LE About 20d bushels each aI dry recleaned New Columbia seed wheat aid Winter Turf oats Samples at News office Galdwell Buchanan Burdick Ky 432t Gordon a little son of Mr and Mrs W L Simmons died on Saturday Aug ust 27 1909 He was not quite three years old but he was a remarkably sprightly child and seemed to realize that he could not live He was the idol of loving parents who are almost heartbroken Bardstown and Columbia teams will cross bats at Lebanon Chautauqua grounds this Wednesday afternoon Hundreds of people wl witness the game The two teams met on the same grounds ten days ago the game closing 2 to 1 in favor of Columbia Salej I I have a farm and growing crop for sale one and a half miles to the right of Milltown on Russell creek The farm contains 160 acres 60 acres in cultivation the balance in timber Plenty of good water fairly good dwelling and outbuildings In the boundary thereare 8 acres of bottom land Mrs Fanny Blakeman 443t Portland Ky Mr NM Tutt has solda portion of his farm on Sulphur Creek to MrJ i R Riggins of Dunnville Ky for 4000 Mr Riggins will remove to the farm at an early day Borneo the wife of W T Price Sunday September 5 1909 a son EW A H Baugh of Monticello is assisting Eld ZT Williams in a series oLme tings which commenced at Cne Valley Sunday night The band boys report a very pleasant trip to and from Tompk ihsville They walked up hill and footed itdown ago ing and acoming LOst Between Russell Springs and Jamestown aftovereot Binder please leave at Ruseell Springs Hotel and receive reward I t J rI i 4j- c t Wanted I 1000 pounds of Sassafras bark delivered at Campbellsville Ky on October the 15th The bark must be free from dead outside bark clean and perfectly dry I will pay three 3 cents per pound Write me about how much you will be able to get Address W T Hodgen Campbellsville KyJ Box 532 Mr J K P Conover sold his residence on Bomar Heights last Mon day to Mr Hugh Richardson liveryman this place for 1050 Possession given at once The Store house and stock of goods which were owned by Mr June Kearns four miles from Columbia on Greens burg road were destroyed by fire last Wednesday night The origin of the- refi is not known No insurance Mrs Margaret Turner who was the wife of Mr John M Turner died at her late home on Crocus this county one day last week She was about six tyfive years old and a very estimable lady The LindseyWilson opened last Thursday and pupils are entering daily In a few weeks the buildings will be wellfilled Every thing indicates that this will be a prosperous year for this wellknown institution The teachers are all here and have entered heartily into the work By request of many of his friends in Adair county Hon Caleb Powers will t the Court House in Columbia on Monday afternoon September 20th deliver his Lecture Right upon the Scaf fold Wrong upon the Throne Everybody invited 1t Mr P T Hurt who was known here as Press Hurt died in Abilene Texas recently leaving a large estate The deceased was born and reared in Adair county and was a first cousin to Mr W L Stotts Mr Bruce Montgomery has purchaSed of Mrs Elizabeth Wolford the home where she resides on Greensburg Street for 1600 There are lOur or five acres of land and the property is considered cheap Born to the wife of J C Eubank at Pine Knot KyxVfew days ago a ten pound son Mother and baby do ing well The Adair circuit court will open one week from next Monday which will be he 20th of the month Sheriff W B Patteson and his deputies are busy 9nd will be ready when the bell taps C Every body was glad when the Lind seyWilson bell rung last Thursday morning It seemed to say all classes of business will now take on new life LOSTA bird dog Thursday of the Fair He is whita and brown and ans wers to the name George A lib eral reward HancockIFOR SALE Good young cow and calf for sale cheap Mary B Montgomery Russell SpringsKy STRAYED A two year old yellow Jersey cow some black about the head with horns Reward offered for her recovery 442t Art Walker Rev A R Kasey will preach the opening sermon of Logan College Rus4 sellville next Sunday A local minis ter will fill his pulpit here The daily papers report that Prof Monroe of color who has conducted several institutes for his people here was arrested a few days ago for ped dUng school questions Mr S L Fisher had on exhibition in this place last Monday the stalk of sty horseWeed which was the same size and shape of a baseball bat It grew da Mr Fishers farm and is doubtless largest weed eyer cut in this county IMr A A Miller has removed to eo and is occupying his rhsidence recently purchased of Mr Tom Wag gener situated on Bomar Heights We welcome them Adair county is sadly in need ofaJf general good rain Corn is twistingf and the pastures are drying tip Whenyou want to drive phone 9J t i Prices right 434t A destructive five at Shelbyvijlevlai Friday night entailing a low ofl00 N VOOO mt tWeV u1ese they are signed by thv auth f lWe mut1know Jtbe name Of the wribsr 4 if Ji 1rft Xi 1T t 1 nFI td Jc I t 1 I rI j e i if 7 e 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j I 4lION JAS GARNETT 11tracl of His Speech Delivered at the Louisville Democratic x I Barbecue C Mr Garnett was introduced by Judge Strother and as he arose he was given an ovation Smil ng upon the great throng he v said in part as taken from the Courier Journal I believe this assembly means that the independent manhood of Kentucky has asserted itself I believe that the true Democrat the type of man of which we are justly proud and the native son of the Bluegrass who bears a reputation the world over for honesty and uprightness is at last determined to rescue his home from the fate prepared for it by Republican rule Mr Garnett dwelt at some length upon the broken promises of the Republican chieftains He said In order to make sure of the themjbythemselves that they your police and fire departments out of politics That promise the local administration has broken In fact the police and fire de partments of your city I believe are deeper in the Republican po litical mire than the machine men themselves So much for the local administration now for the national issue You were promised a low tariff you were promised better conditions but those promised have never been kept It was not intended that they should be FARMERS AND THE MERCHANT The speaker here paid a glowing tribute tothe relationship ex i ting between the Kentucky farmer and the merchant of Louisville He said The city of Louisville belongs as much to us who reside outside its boundary lines as it does to you who live here and work forts advancement under adverse conditions We are proud of Louisville out there in the State for we have come to realize that the success of the metropolis means the success of the State We must have you with us and you irms have us too for we are part of your great strength Without the State of Kentucky ehirid Louisville the city would not occupy the high position in commerce in finance and educaI tion it does today QUF city It belongs to the State and the State is Democratic That means that we want Louis xille to be Democratic too 91 need not say to you that the people of the State have their eyes on Louisville tall times We send our products to- ury markets everything we prod ce we send our wives and children here to buy of your merchants and we come our selves occasionally to glOry in v your success Not because you offer better inducements than other outside cities but because you are our bloodkin That is why we feel an interest in you and also why we have been cu toi23 to Jmow what your Repub 3 Bean government has been dq ng f Mr Garnett at this juncture spoke of the recent negro out itjreaks in Louisville He said THE NEGRO OUTBREAK jVi Jsi Out in the State we expected iSwtasbpn sJthe Democrats i VI A were weeded out by your Repub I can reform administration here the vicious negro element im+ ported from other cities would rule with a high hand Our worst fears have been realized I understand that streets have been laid down one day and torn up the next in order to afford employment to foreign negroes who will vote the Republican ticket Those negroes who have refused to work have been given the privilege to organize Repub lican clubs which have been found to be nothing better than blind tigerswhere they set up games of chance and sell beer and whiskey on Sunday and every day in the week without even a Government license I understand further that negroes throughout the entire South have been apprised of the conditions here which are all in their favor and are coming here by the hun dreds to get in early on the good things while they last Mr Garnett concluded with an eloquent eulogy for William 0 Head the Democratic candidate for Mayor He said EULOGY OF HEAD What can the Republicans offer you better then Bill Head What can they offer you better that any man on the regular Democratic ticket Why they will do well to offer you half as good Mr Head is know throughout the State as a gentleman of sterling qualities He bears a reputation as a statesman and a merchant that few men boast of and if those machine Republicans make good their promise of a fair election in November he will be elected Mayor of Louisville Taft for Good Roads V A dispatch from Washington says t President William Howard Taft today gave further evidence that he was strongly in favor of goodroads It has been gener ally known that the Chief Exe cutive was an advocate of improvement of highways through out the country but the latest proof comes in the form of a let ter which clearly shows the Presidents stand along lines of such movements Mr Taft s latest expression of good roads advocation is in con nection with a movement for good roads in Virginia The plan is to build an improved road from Washington to Richmond which has beet started by prominent men of both cities and several outsiders f Ina letter on the subject President Taft says I regard this as a part of the general good road movement in this country and I take pleasure in saying that there is no move ment of which I know that will have a more direct effect in all eviating the difficulties and bur dens of the farmers life and that will stimulate traffic and add to the general happiness of the peo pIe more than the establishment of good roads throughout the country t I do not think that because this may Have been stimulated by people using automobiles it is to be frowned uponr for while persons using automobiles are by no means the most important in the community the fact that their sharp interest has focused the attention of the public upon the movement entitles them to credit t l 11rf MtiP4A SV r V 0C SifB j J jjji GRAND ARMY OF TUE REPUBLIC WELCOME r I rI3YWJE ylGus Fir The author of the following poem was born and reared in Adair County two or three years f his life having been spent in Columbia He left this place for the West when he was quite a young man He has many relatives in Adair County The poem was read at the last meeting of the Grand Army of the Republic in Salt Lake City where Mr Vigus resides To these timehonored heroes Each with badge upon his breast We extend a hearty welcome To our city in the West Turn on the siren whistles Open wide the citys gates Thrice wecome gallant warriors Who fought to save the tates Around the flag at Sumter In Charlestons placid bay These sons of freedom rallied Twas they who saved the day It was in the early sixtiesI When the cruel war begun That they met in awfulconflict At the battle of Bull Run In that battles aging vortex Though the sky with gloom was cast The ship of state was anchored With the banner at the mast On bloody plains at Wilson Creek Where the noble Lyqn fell Their courage never faltered Through the wildest rebel yell At Henry and Fort Donelson With valiant foe intrenched They hurled their deadly missiles Till the earth in blood was drenched They were on the field of Shiloh Where their valor stood the test Through the seething hell of fury In that faithful hornets nest In the trying siege of Vicksburg Where a thousand comrades sleep They dug their way to victory Through trenches long and deep They heard the roar at Perryville That belched from cannon mouth When Braggs retreating army Was driven further south From Lenoir on to Knoxville In battles wavering tide They fought the hosts of Longstreet From field and mountain side They marched with gallant Sherman From Atlanta to the sea And suffered in the hardships That made our country free Near the Spotsylvania courthouse They remembered yet too well That yawning bloody angle Where their noble brothers fell Around the pits at Petersburg- In the craters mighty roar They held aloft our banner When the field ran red with gore At Rappahannock Lexington Malvern Hill and Seven Pines They wove a wreath of glory That with luster ever shines From Stones River to Atlanta They marched with solemn tread Where every hill and valley Drank the blood they freely shed At Chancellorsville and Anti tam They faced the galling fire With patriotic devotion That we always must admire At Martinsburg Pea Ridge Mill Springs Yorktown Winchester and Bald Hill Their heroic achievements Volumes in our history fill They held the flag at Gettysburg And fought with bated breath Through that Devils den of carnage Where thousands sleep in death At Fredericksburg Cold Harbor And on fields without a name Our history has recorded Their everlasting fame In the clutches of starvation Within Libbys grewsome walls Thair patience and long suffering Our memory still recalls That priceless crown of liberty With jewels so richly set They have won by deeds of valor That we never can forget To this glorious Grand Army With its astdissolving ranks A peaceful united country Offers up its grateful thanks Write their names in golden letters Radiant as the shining sUni In honor of the victories I That they so dearly wo- nShortStops Iya It isiir4to understand wliy one may brag of his faults but must hold silence over his virtues The man who is always mak ing mistakes finds that half his time is taken explainingwhy he didandthe other half explain ing wjiy Mjdidnt iv Backsliders always selectrthe i f i 6 d ir ft Jj t 3 Iji 1 Yiit r nIlJ f f i lJrtt most crowded tobogganing places Eli Tiirims has nam ed his chil dren after characters in best selling novels He says by the time thy grow up their name sakes will be forgotten and they willnever have to apologize for the poor judgment of their parents Between the poor judgment of some people and the natural de sireto boast of others very few secrets are kept Many a man uses a 10 pocket book to carry 85 cents Automobile stories are so thick that victims of auto accidents have nothing to read that will riot throw them into a fever When anyone asks if you en joy classic music it is better tq say right off you do this will avert the usual argument Men make fun of women for counting by pennies but the trouble is they give the women so little money they have to count that way It takes a rednosed man with a greasy vest and a soiledcollar and a cheap cigar an with his feet on another chair to put the proper emphasis in the words These women reformers make me weary When you size it up you see that you can give yourself bet ter advice than anyone else can but you wont do it After a careful consideration his acquaintances have decided that the only good thing to be said of Lafayette Skidmore is that he has got good taste in neckties AlbeitW Noble edi tor of the Laurel Miss Chronicle and also mayor of Laurel was recently married to Miss Marie Powell Mr Frank William Short son of John F Short editor and publisher of the Clearfield Pa Re publican was married recently to Miss Anna Cleary J H Kelly of VicksbUrg re entered the marriage state cap turing the heart and hand o f Miss Lovie Davenport one of the most charming young ladies of the capital city Both are popular and their friends wish them all sorts of good luck along the journey of life Robison Locke editor of the Toledo 0 Blade was married recently to Miss Mabel Dixey an actress sister of Henry E Dixey the famous actor Mr Locke was consul to England during President Harrisons administra tion He is the son of the late publisher of the Blade known as Petroleum V Nasby Miss Mamie S Anderson who for the past two years has edited and published the Forest City la Independent was recently married at the home of her pa rents Mr and Mrs JE Ander son by Rev A E Miller to E W Fo terThey immediately left for St Paul and will go from there to theJPacific coast where they will spend some time visit ing c As the weeds and grass are tall now owing to extra rains limber neck may be expected if dead chicks are allowed on the range or runs The tall weeds and grass easily hidellthe dead chicks Weak ones often drop over during faexlay andfare not found except fey thefrrriates fj Vr Result limber neck A 4tl ji- 11 jjt f 0 t f ig f rJt Vs Killing at Lamb v rBurfordProffit tt young man about twenty years of age was instantly killed at Lamb in Mon roe county Sunday afternoon by John Carver another young man about the same age Reports as to the circumstances leading up to the killing are conflicting and the truth seems im possible to find out But enough is known to show that the differ ence between the two young men were frivolous except that both are said to have been reckless drinking young fellows It is told that Proffitt had just been to the stillhouse of a Mr Wood and and had loaded up on the rotten stuffon Sunday mind yoube- it said to the shame of Wood as well as the young man Pro ffitt was accompanied by R Mr Jenkins and Carver by Burt Aus tin It is said that Proffitt struck Carver with a whip and that Carver cursed him This Proffitt resented and was making at Carver when the latter shot him through the heart Proffitt was the son of Mr Crockett Proffitt County Surveyor of Monroe coun ty and one of the best citizens of the county Glasgow Repub lican Will Brown a farmer who lives near Arlington Clinton County had a startling experience and came out of it with credit due to a rare presence of mind or else to sheer luck Mr Brown was driving home after dark and when he reached Buggs bridge- on Obion north of town he was holding the reins with one hand and had the other hand in his pocket clasping a roll of money amounting to 1950 Just then two negro highwaymen commanded him to throw up his hands he promptly obeyed but when his hands went up he clinched thatmony in his fist and the highwaymen never saw it or suspected that he had it They serched his pockets and found 15 cents which was all they got When ordered to drive on you may be sure he lost no time in doing so The great little horse Mul vaney 2865 at Mayfield Ky is fully coming up to the predic tions of J C Dudly as a sire His foals of this year prove him it is claimed to be the greatest saddle stallion in the stud in that part of the State This horse was once called Cardinal but name changed to above when he was registered There are several besides Mr Dudley in and around Mayfield who ar dently admire the saddle horse and they are reaching out for good ones too Many country merchants who fail in business or cannot makeS money attribute it to the fact that their people wont give them their patronage but send their money to the mail order houses in the cities and frequently get no better bargains than if they had spent their money at home It will not be disputed that large sums ofmon ey are sent every week month and year to these foreign concerns and that none of it never comes tack This condition of things works injury to home merchants The statement is made that R W Sears a mail order man of Chicago and only fort rnv years fag lhas just 1jiim tt j J i ij 7 l0j retired from business with a fortune of 25000000 He made his vast sum in seventeen years This collbssal fortune was mgde at the expense of hundred and Jl thousand of small merchants in all parts of country How much money did Mr Sears ever con tribute to help keep up a church or a school house in Kentucky or in any other state from which he reapedsuch a rich harvest iiiAn Excentric Manf Basil Haydon a wealtli rfar mer and one of the most unique characters in the State in that he had voluntarily for Myyears keept indoors refraining from leaving his room died ofa complication of diseases due to the infirmities of age at hishome just ovar the Nelson county line He was eightyfive years old and was born in the same house in which he died His parents came from Maryland in the early part of the Nineteenth century and were among the early bet tIers of Nelson county Basil Haydon was one of twelve child ren He was educated at St Joseph College Bardstownwhen the institution was at its zenith He was very much opposed to the election of Abraham Lincoln as President the United States and when the result of the elec tion was made known to him he went into his room and remained there from that time until his death During that period of more than half a century he sdFdom saw any one The house in which he lived was a brick struc ture built in the early colonial style situated on his farm of 600 acres far from the road the way to which lies through a dense forest He was very peculiar in h habits and during the hottej days of the year he kept a wo j fire burning in the great fireplacW- in his room Though separated from the world and scarcely living in it he was well informed on all the leading questions of the day ana conversed intelli gently on all subject with the few who had the privilege of being admitted to his presence For more than fifty yeafhis health was good yet during that time he never saw beyond the view to be obtained from his1 window orsel foot on the ground He was a succussfiiU farmer anji raised bountiful crops and much fine stock specially mules During the season at stated times he would have the manager of his farm bringall the iiv4 stock on the farm an pass it in review before his window The he would order such of it as he saw proper sold and direct what was to be done with the remainV derrHe was never niarried and it is not yet known fwnat disposi tion he made ofths fortune w h i chis large Sringfieldf News F4 V Federal Governmentis the largest iT buyer of horses in tl f United State even in times peace Uncle Sam purchaj 10000 head last year and probably take a many more 1909 for distribution here an ZoneIPhilippines Hawaii and Pi Rico TJhe TiehenorGrand pany sold nearly 1000 he the Government in 1908 Tom Prazerof cokn who was of the JteRwhenJi died place last Mooday looraing r i r AA r ft i ft 4 i 1 t7 r LUIr wwpt y 1i I pA I I i 4Uf tf C 4 J 1 1 I g J i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S JV ri j iNMore Hog Cholera F J 1 j iziethirty day test of cholera si cpnducted af the Kansas VGi1 yards was concluded l geekand is pronounced a P f Access as a preventive 0 frogferblera The test was con I dtfctld IY experts under the rig id bppervision of a government specialist Qfa poison squad of thirty five hogs thirteen which were not E y ofjtheiiiiwhich Were treated are perfectly in an isolated pen Every conceivable form orV t cholit exposure was placed in the wr of the twentytwo hogs l which survived and the thirteen rA which were victims of the disease Lii died in pens with the twentytwo hogs Jrriiriunized at various times during the progress of the testsj I Even the carcasses of the dead hogs were allowed to remain in the pans of the immunized hogs sometimes two or three days Every opportunity was given I I disIeasenormal conditions every hog would have succumbed The I fact that the twentytwo did not die isltafieh as absolute proof that the new serum is a success and an unfailing preventive of cholj era among hogs T p Damnable Outrage J orildII standing jh front of our temples of justice and in that wagon ly ing on a few bed clothes and a mattress Was an old woman over 80 years of age Upon investij gation we found that this old wgrnan a few years ago had di vidld up her estate consisting of a few thousand dollars among some of her children and she had been practically abandoned A rain came up and in order td protect her she was removed toj the Sheriffs office where she lay until Tuesday morning when she was sent by the County Judge 1to a place where she could bIcared forr At the session of the Legislature a statute was I passed to cover the punishment of children who abandoned their parents jnihis way and it to be invoked in t hjchild that has accepted the trials and hardships and love of a moth j er and then deserts her in old age ought to he in hell where j he belongs and not allowed to contaminate de cent people Pineviile Sun J il5tete p JtjJi f TheDemocratsof the 119 Gounli ties of Kentucky have made consider j b1e progress in the nomi nation of condidates for members cof the General Assembly both in the Souse arid Senate within I the l Stev weeks In practically f f everY ohe of the represen l tative district in which the Demo Acrats are certain to win nbmina tions of candidates avebeen r I made and in many of the other t dIstricts where the Democrats j j i emOre than ghtll chance t iIitionsvil be made within r- ene week or so leaving am I le time for an aggressive cam J c jgnbefore the ides of Novern r l xtfeen ppmiriatibna have ieen- de4i1r the Senatorial districts 1 khich the Democrats hayS Ihan A fighting chance tor 11tIt making a large pr 1 of the next GIpe Assern- t Yjm n l he II t lltIpnr IjJ iIJigiAI inIr t cF 3r j fighYthis year will t be for the Seriate as no Republican who knows the conditions is rash enough to predict that they will carry the House If the Demo crats can elect the sixteen nomi nees they have in the field these with the even holdovers will give f a substantial Democratic working majority in the Upper House The forces have gone to workalready and from now on thejthe Senate 4n The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate aspoor health Success to day demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates thE1whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to tunjIdown Getting Rich If Johu D Rockefeller lives till his eightieth birthday and he has said he will reach 100 he will become the first billionaire in history In the last two wonderIfulchine of his creation has increas jed his fortune by 8OOOOOO This is the increment Qf the rise f in value of the stock alone Standard Oil stock sold at 712 last dJisincestock has risen 322 points from the low ebb of 390 at which it sold on November 4 1907 Like a rolliug downhill Rockefellers wealth is steadly growing and it1Iwould be to check the revolutipn If the world J X T sa Mothers Love j A young married woman to her moth rinIaw dM th iil I wonder if you love your son aslIahusbThe woman replied Well Alice let me tell you the difference in t your affections foivGeorge You love him because he loves you r and is really lovable and is kind and affectionate and his thought j ful attentions anticipate all yourt wants But let him cease to be loving and affectionate and be egIlectiI1g llthrhdiunknessbe surprised to see you cease loving George and you sue for divorce I But George might neg leet me and treat me unkind and 11stagger wounds I would help him up and wiie the slime from his cheek sIJaroundsay or would stilIloveandcaress him + as jriy darling son That Alice is perhaps the difference between r love arid mine fprGedrge f I Ppiiltry should be given as much attention as any branch of the farms income Itshoud be studied as carefully ar dairying or hog raising and the farmeij will find his profit from this source arenot inconsideriable r tl r Myubber tire r Phaeton for saleiii+ obSjcoirfitipn MrsT P HBcock r CohimbiaKy t j JJ j Jt 0o j 1 tJ J Ju f jf I Currency Uw Next inL famous tariff bill upon the sim Jple principle of allowng the In terests to come into his Commit privatelyI He is now in New York hold ing a meeting of his Currency reform Committee behind close doors Entrance to the plotting can be secured by none but the big financiers The national bankers are doing what the man ufacturing trusts did telling Aldrich in private what they want They will get it of course And among the things which they very much desire is the re tirement of the Greenbacks Wait for thereport of Aldrichs committee and you will see cp The worst kind of a roost is Vhel1Is are on there is always more or less crowding andoverheatingalso general confusion at roosting time with every bird trying to reach the highest point Fowls of heavy breed are nearly certain to injure their feet flying down from a high roost to a high floor very heavy birds are unable to fly up Young chicks should not have Boosts higher groundffor the older birds Ifa dropping board isused have it about t eight inches below the roosts Make the roosts of wide boards slightly refunded at the top If of the roosts are not used the birds should be kept in small flocks not over tenif possible y Ex Go Witha Rush t The demand for that wonderful Stom ach Liver arid Kidney cure Dr Kings New Life Pills is astounding say they never saw the like Its becausethey never fail to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indi gestion Billiousness Jaundice Sick Onlyr2fLate Hatches lIThe latter part of August if cool is a good time to start a fall hatch If the weather is h titshould be delayed into September Fall hatches deperib a great deal on the weather of the fall and early winter mont sIfl aflimitedJwill thrive and pay for their trouble and Hovevi if ldinJNovunless you have brood and give the chicks special c re1 the chicks shiver and cheep around win be stuntedand not worth their keep J A few late chicks come in handy for home use and can be raised profitably but there are too manyifs to make them a profitable market proposition ci A P1eas ritVisit iFEditdNevri Mrs J J Sub1tmeforme- a few days agoaiiatbbkne to Her home on a SiFi1 T had such a iiice time the girls and I were gathering in theegg we found twentytseveii ini one ilestc Then we went to the creekand found I ducleggs 5n thewafcer Mr Sublett after theioil i f the daYl takes his gun in hand his foot steps seemed stewr and weary yet onward he sjoe through the rc j ro of i om twar 1eJ t ciCI 1 jI 14li sr v r y j shades of the forest Soon we heard a sound it seemed like a l riffle and after so many shots Mr Sublett came home with ten squirrels that had gotten fat on the new corn And when they were fried so ni ely and brown and on the table oh how delici ous they were I failed to count the pieces I ate but I would take one now and then We served them with new sweet potatoes and large slices of bacon ham and the best of coffee cabbage butter beans Irish potatoes eggs bread light bread biscuit sweet potato custard peach and dam son preserves cold rich sweet milk and butter After dinner we had playing and singing Then at evening eating water melons The moon seemed to shine so brightly that IIig twechildieII thought that in the rays ot the clear August moon while stars up above with their glittering eyes were gleam ing we would have a little f nrso we played a little while before we retired Now as Tarn eight years old I will say good by andgood luck Nancy D Starks Itoan Cane Valley Ky J IKentu kY Fair Dates I Gallatin Owen Tri ICariolI Sept 84days Sept 84 days Sanders Sept 84 days 1 Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 136 days daysBedford Elderly People HIIp rree j The lastyears of lifeare thsweEt- aud j sJ yet the a Cct dilticult to pro long It is then that the greatest care is exercised in aintatning todilyi alIyou are pjcbperly You should not allow your self to becomef constipated No doubt you have tried salts and cathartic pills purgative tabiots etc and have comO to the conclu ton that they are violent in action and do but temporary gQOd Listen then to the voice of ex perlence with regard to a wonderful and mild laxative Dr Caldwells Syrup Pep trYingtoA Felts of Johnston City suf from stomach trOublefor six IIA found his cure in Dr yearsIPepsin His wife uses it too We could name throughIIneighbOrS or a tt chargeIf Ic he will send you a trial bottle direct to your home If It proves itself as he claims then continue the treatment buying a 50cent or 1 bottle of yourl llikethis remedy is vouched for withthe U S government Also though a free bottle J is sent to prove its merits results are regularbottlesfund 3 our money if It does not saUsfy you Sena at least tot tho free test bottle tody J if there is nnxthing about your rnat thabyoz dont- I an ersuind ou if you any meJical advicei jto th3 Ooctor and IjeWalttftrujTo yi iy no charge 41IIDr i irfJ ci57eU A J 11J A Hurry Up CIIC rhQuick Mr D uggistickA boxfj jBabynie cut his foot with an axeMamies J Jfiegot it and soon cured all the family Its the healer on earths Sold rby IIjI Special attention rlit given to Dentistry and r all diseases which the dumb brute is heir ito I ani prlpared to keep and treat stock 1 Persons who desire tb see rod prof essional ly can find me at my office over PauKIXruK Co Phone Residence 96- BKD COLUMBIA 1ooc IDOc Mr Jj X9od who lives on Green river l3st alarge barn by fire a few imft ago Agret daI of provende- rwua1odestrayed ti j fLJ tt Tfr Z 1 r JX rr f 7 tl j1r4 tf013S0N fFETUGkp i fias Enough lF lniettWitte jj Fence 1V- i to fence in Green and Adair counties 2 j j i I V j f The 5taywireson this fence rfeso tatache that they cant slip on the J e Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Gets J it t i IE1OiiG14 rJ J PoU1tty 1ting fl to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farmjih the two l counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of WallJPaper ad vertised in recent issues of The News I G 06 O e HORD RJOEjDEALERS IN HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES RUBBER TIRES iBLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION g 4 WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CNIi ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL CAMPBELLSV1LLE KENTUCKY 0 Q e Q+ O O O O uILJ4BER We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery of the latest patern and we can meet alt reasonable de = mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32 = 4 32= 3 and 59 = A GRIDER MORRSON GOODMAN Myers oi1er Mill IIILOCATION =II Il g t If Newly furnished Conveniently located 1A firstclass Eettoant in connection if Neat Clean Rooms I The buusow4llotie I j V Rates looperDaYI1 am also jAythg h th Bakery Lne 1 m f Your Business Solicited wi I 1- g ROBT HUDSON kCoiumbia iCy y vvV1 v fi If N xtdoorbe Citizens Bankon Qampliellsville pike SUBSCRIBE FOR THE AD Al COUNTY NEWS 100 PER YEAR t i I J TlS MONEY TO YOU IFYCU BUY AT f v THERIGIITPLACE Ti jf n v See my Stock of A f GENERALMERCHANDISE f h 0 h r PiodueeWaned l i6CIMMON siJ MBl2E KENTUCKY 1ft 11 JJ iiI ILs The Athii county Ns tltd CourierJourna1j Both ORe Year 11griz Ii fi C r jiE j f f rdf riu i II f 0 tf is i fI jf f THE AUAIR COUNTY NEWS 5f O O =I O O O O 7 fOJ 1t-O P OCO ii You are Going Jp Jslowi WteatThi Fall 0 j 11 YOU WILL WANT TO SEE ME AND BUY j n v II i 0 q Globe Fertilizer an Empire WheatOrill g- i = LLR1 cHcLLYiht dni P imtl1 Jews I Published Every Wednesday BY TOE J dair County News Company INCORPORATED EDITOFCHAS Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interea i 3 the city of Columbia and the people of Adair wad adjacent counties Altered at the Columbia Postbffice aa second clfiii mail matter tWED SEPT 8t 1909 a r JNNoENce1vIewsFOR We are authorized to annoiibe G P Burress a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER b2- We are authorized to announce C G Jeffries a candidate for Jailer oi Adair county subject to the action oi the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A A Miller a candidate for Jailer of Adaii county subject to1 the action of the Democratic partyFOR J am a candidate for magistrate in the sixth District of Adair county sub to the action ofthe Democratic Willisparty On the second page of this pa found synopsis pf a- jjfepeech j er can He a delivered by fn Japes Garnett before an immense hrong of people at the Democrat ticBarbecue held in Louisville last T Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Garnett and a number of Demo cratic orators spoke on Tuesday xand thel eater part of Wednes was also occupied by speakers who reisdein different sections Mof the State The crowd inat endance ohj Tuesday was esti mated by the Courier Journal to be fifty thousand As people from all over the State were in attendance there is not a doubt but good results will follow the municipal Democrotic board of the city of Louisville and the judicial ticket of the district will be elected in November and the State Democratic ticket in 1911 The Democrats out in ther State ire tired of Republican rule both in Frankfort and in the metroplis of Commonwealth hence speakers from all section flocked to Louisville to let the Democrats of that city know that their country cousins were r with them in the present cam i paign and would be ready to en ter the field when the next one opened There was never a more enthusiastic crowd of Democrats in Louisville and the fight will be vigorously pushed until thepolls i closes in November The ConI 0 gressional contests throughout 4 the State come next and the l JV Democrats will be ready to fight r y to a finish tS htt jt s At meeting of the Democrat UJ K ic State Central Committee at uisvil1eJast week I the aetWol j the governing Committee at Lex t lt riff t FZ v vr ington was revoked and a new order of party management in Kentucky was put into effect At the Lexington meeting Thomas A Combs was made chairman of the Campaign Committee and a Campaign Committeet wai named The last resolution adopted is as follows Be it resolved by the Democratic State Centra Committee thafe tfie following tnamed gentlemen be and are hereby designated and appointee to couduct the State campaigi for the year 1909 HnriR Prewitt Thomas A Combs Al lie W Young Ollie M James Wm Adams J A Sullivan W A Berry J C C Mayo Ber Johnson Permanent headquar ters of the committee are to be at Louisville instead of Lexington The ovation tendered Dr F A Cook the American exploretI when he landed at Copenhagen was one of general enthusiasm He was ireetedrby tfjjaltanct- he hadPPaccomplished a deed that he1 world nadbe nJo king for 4rQ to for centuries The crowds were so eager to get a look at the greatS discoverer that his aclotheshe passed through the streets He repeated thestories of his exploits in a plain and convincing i answered aI1 uestibhs put th nbY the t hundreds i 9 newspaper correspondents in a concise manner His records of observations and data were so convincing that he left little room for doubt among the scien tists who had come to Copenhagen to get the first proofs that the North Pole had been found Dr Cook cable d to President Taft that he had discovered the coveted pole and he received a quick reply of congratulation hisItorycomplished the discovery of the North Pole by Dr Frederick A Cook of Brooklyn New York The North Pole has been sought by many explorers and scientists and many lives have been lost in the effort The Pole was reach ed and the American flag plant ed by Dr Cook April 21 1908 The hardships endured by the explorer and his party can not be described Imagine the distance that Dr Cook and party had to traverse on their return before reaching a point that the News could be sent to America Ehe discovery made in April 1908 the news reaching here a few days ago MrYV P Walton a veteran newspaper man and a strong and forcible writer has purchased the Lexington Gazett and is now in full control Mr Walton is a Democrat of the old SGhoo was was never known td oppose party organization and we predict th he will not change from tIle Course he marked outwlienhe first engaged in the newapaper business many years ago 1i ii j W V j KJv The question is asked every day what are the Democrats of Adair county goingt o d 01 Just wait The party is neither dead nor asleep and in due timet it s intentions will bevirra de x known The reorganization of The Citizens Life Insurance Company J of Louisville has only been an open proposition for a short time but its stock is being taken by investors throughout the country As is well known The Citizens Life Insurance Company decided to enlarge its capital and broaden itsfield of operation and to do this reorganization was necessary Up to date nearly one mllion dollars of The New Companys stock has been purchased and the subscriptiop- lis rapidly increasing every week Within a few more weeks the entire bulk five millions will doubtless be placed and Louis I villev and the Whole south may well feel oudfqf such an institution Too long we have been empting our urses into the cold storage of New York induced tot do so on the ground and pleas of a safe investment insurancethat insures The argument that new companies with small capital were not safe has largelykept Southern companies in thelback deprivedpthen ef ia larijepart of thetbusi ness they should have received InF- To overcome many obstaclesf a new company with moderate means to make the people know that the safety of a Southern t ompany should not be question ed and to keep within our State md the South in general thevast gums of money annually dumped inIcreaSeprogress so in securingI the desired amount of he new company has been high ly satisfactory to those who are directly pushing this work When The Citizens National Life nsurrnce Company becomes a lye million dollars stocKcom pany with five million surplus its solvency will not be questioned and its success can not be doubt ed So far as we are concerned we pinned our faith to The riginal Company by taking a police and a small amount of its stock Program of Teachers Association The following is a program of A Teachers Association at Little akeSaturday Sept 181909 Music Invocation Roll c lltQ which all teachers in Educational Division No 4 ire expected to respond Welcome r Address ISFp Ion white Response Jasper Beard rf The Teacher calling t a Its importari eW Sine a JI u Difficult es d drawbacks Fron lhristie i Cd Compensations rortez Sanders Oscan Sinclair d Why teachers fail Bruce i fiYt r e f10 r 1 J V N j Believing that the people of Kentucky v I l be interested in the organization of th elIr 0 i v i fiy Litizensi NationaliIq Life J- f 5A r qi J i Sip Insurance tt jf ic C i Lompainy c Believing that they WANTsuch a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for itsstockw will publish in this paper every week the S amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting Subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are J the amOUEltsiof uliscrfiifmTl for eachweek u J iPp rkt3 V First Week August 2 U l jJ f1Jc t j1 10696000 sh5 Total Second Week August 9 r if yi4wJ 200 240 00 1 7 i 7Tt I Third Week A t16i i t i I 3 45 0 0 0 0 0 4 t 23 4 60- g0Urth46st iMlifl 1 4 Total Fifth Week August 30 oI 700 OOpTot- al ri Sixth Weekri fy I A1 IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL IN AND MAIL THIS COUPON f HdW H GREGORYICYV LOUISVILLE KY C rElease send me full information as to the GiTizENS NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY v V V1 f NAME ADDRESS White Pearl Breeding NOON Nature Study fa Should it be taught in all grades time de voted to it Mont Biggs b Preparation of the teacher En nes Sandersc Correlation of nature study and geography and enfi to be gained by nature study WaleBeaid x H They teacher preparation for workta j a Desirable qualiftcst tions V G HoToul liua Knif ley b General preparationi r f t e i lL i Mamie Smith Minnie Knifley c Professional training Nancy Willis Annie Royse d Daily BreedingiRobertWilliams Good order defined and means of securing same J 0 White Joe Knifley Is Mrs Shelton Pres Nolan White Vice Pres If T Baker Master Comm ioner1 sold ftt public outcry laats Monde the B ii3iKarntr farm lyiug WK CmLVii- 1s7 fori2O RB Wilson bumt- he prch ef L t l tL i t fto t 1 rPreaching Next Sund i3 r W H C Sandidge Ebinezer 1 J J Barger Mt Pleasant J T Williams Columbia J N Walbert Society Hill Wll White Edmonton JR Crawford Flat Rock and Burke Yille A RV Kasey Golumbku J Asr Johnitotf GtadyriiU J H t yJTW J Len MiUtewii C M Deem Preiridnc- ev1 1 Jf- if TVA 7 I rllE1 ADAIR COUNTY NE WS 5 v V 1 tr l L l r y f yl r it 1 + J 4 o tj i ARE RECEIVING THEIR f NEW FALL GOODS this eekYouare invited to call and see handsome lines of goods A more extensive vad will appear later RUSSELL CO COLUMBIA KY En PERSONAL 404O4O Mr Jo Coffey Jr was quite sick last week Mrs S D Crenshaw was quite sick last week Mrs M E Jones attended the Tomp kiIisvilleFair IrL C Hurt was dangerously ill a few hours last weekt Mrs R Mont Feese visited relatives near Cane Valley Sunday f J Mr L fl and Mr Chas Cabell Miami were here Monday Mr J W Philips of Lebanon was here the first of the week Mr Ray Montgomery has been on the sick list for several days Mr I C Winfrey of Becks Store was here the first of the week Mr C M Barnett of Owensboro is spending a few days m Columbia Messrs E W Thomas and Charley Cole Bakerton were here Monday Mr and Mrs A D Purdy were visit ing Mrs Nonie Dohoneyjast week MrT T Wilsons condition remain unchanged He is almost helpless Mr J A Turner of Montpelier called atthe News office Monday t Mr Reed Shelton left for Maryville College Tenn Monday morning Mr and Mrs J P Hutchison attend ed quarterly meeting at Tabor Sunday Miss Harvey Vanarsdall of Spring field is visiting her sister Mrs Hugh Jjfoe Rev Bascom Grider and wife return ed to their home in Cadiz Ky last week Mrs J S Breeding of this Jlace left on an extended visitjto fZMissduri today MrT R Stults and wife were visit ing friends in the Fairplay country last week isyagain at his office having been sick for ten days Miss Mary Crawford left Monday for Merry ville Tenn where she will enter college Miss Betsey Dohoney left Monday for Bradfordsville where she will en ter school rL C Winfrey who has been sick for two weeks is now able to be at Ibis office Messrs W R Hoskins arid Robert Reed Campbellsville spent Sunday in Columbia Mrs W F Rowe and son of Burn side were here last Friday en route LicktMr J C Strange whose sickness was reported two weeks ago has very i much unproved I1 Mr W S Feese who has been in Burkesville for several months return ed home Monday Mrs Bettie Hutchison and Mrs G i A Feese visited relatives at Cane Ekoneday last week Mr Scott Montgomery wife and of Franklin Ind are visit daughtert e9 in this county Mrs S Read of Nashville is vis r iting at the home of her parents Mr iand Mrs George Herriford Rev JR Crawford who attended a Bible Conference at Winona Lake Ind returned home last week Mrs Sue Grissom of this city left today and will visit her relatives in Oklahoma and New Mexico c onDrma extended sit to the far West returned home last Thursday night Mrs 1C Collins is on a visit to Texas Oklahoma and ew Mexico She will te absent several weeks JlrJ V White who this paper re jtkeiCk list several weeks 8co hWalfcutJregalned his health Kra2 Itote Starks is teaching in Jfi i tH er two children Nancy withandi b Y rj r T qIVlr r rtra Mr Ernest Jeffries cousin of Mr W F Jeffries and who resides in Du ran New Mexico visited hrelast Friday Mr Byron Montgomery who is in the revenue service and who has been stationed at Gethsemane is at home fora monthMrs John T Banks who is a victim of pulmonary trouble is lying very low atthe home of her father Mr John R Cundiff Mr Sam Mourning and wife who vis ited relativesjn Columbia and out in the county left for their home in Illi nois today Mr Ray Flowers salesman at Mr W L Walkers store was taken quite ill last Thursday and for several hours suffered greatly a Mrs J L Richardson and little song and Miss CallIe Humphress pf Casey Creek visited Mrs Richardson mother here last week M V r Iill a former citizen of Russell county now promiiieiitmer chant of Stidham Okla was in Colum bian few days ago f Jv rt t j WMB Thomas wife and littledaught er of Bonanza Arktt who lave been visiting 13 Adair count y Iefttfor their home last Saturday j iI iq1ir Eld JCobias JHuffakfer leftfo Abita f a last Wednesday where he will teach in anirie months S ehol at asala ry of 7500per month Mrs Welby Allen and daughter Miss Eunice of Anson Kans who have been visiting relatises in Adair county returned home Tuesday I Buster WE SELL Bro sl 2adeMarklkpvremd ror GUARANTEED STOCKINGS FOR MAN WOMAN OR CHILD i The BestLooking BestFeel ing and Best Fitting as well as Best WeaTing Stockings made LET US SHOW YOU Russell Co Miss Julia Eubank left this morning for Louisville to be absent two weeks She goes to acquaint herself in the latest styles in millinery Messrs H A Buchanan and Read Caldwell of Burdick two wheat and oat growers were mixing with Adair county farmers here Monday Miss Edna David of South Carolina and Miss Eliza Gibbs of Missouri two of the teachers in the Lindsey Wilson arrived last Wednesday night Mrs J T Hughes started for Elida New Mexico this morning She goes to visit her mother Mrs Elizabeth Murrell and her brothers and sister Miss Lucile Hancock of Louisiana theLindseYWilttheson arid who will also have charge pf 5tiThursdayMrs J K Robertson and Mrs Bur bridge of Elida New If exic who have been visiting relatives here for v the put two months started pn the homeward journey today Mr and Mrs H S ShaY who are YisitiDgJlrARlpej iJ1e Breed mg OJlwere m Ctoiumbii jitThursday with Mr Rpe 3ty vwil 555y Lrc 0 17 I rr MITCHELL GREENSBURG 4 KY II OUR LARGE STOCK OF I3UOGlES Are all on exhibition in our salesrooms and it rilYJY takes a look to convince you as to Quality Style a d rice and years to tell the worth of them they are good for f yearsin service v Jt i WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY f f A ri No risk in buying our stuff it is guaanteecrand backed up by the largest manufacturers in the country Come to us for Fox Fertilizers Adrian Wire Fencing0 i HrfSchaffner Marx Clothing i uo r VYACiOS discontinue Tennessee Gomeand Nd1GIr YyXTOLL URbAYSTiMETO GREENS BURGJ 4iri tOIrl65If THE TALKS ri Wb WaMITOIIELL COMPANY GREENSBURGi KY 1 return to their home in Illinois in a few days Minnie Kemp and Miss Katie IMiss will leave for Earlington Ky Friday morning where they will teach for the next nine months The best wishes of this entire community will attend them during their stay from home Mr and Mrs 4R W Page will leave Monday for Bradfordsville where they willjoin Mr and Mrs A D Purdy Misses Jna and Bestsey Dohoney They will all leave Tuesday for the State fair on their return Mrs Purdy and Mrs Page will visit Bowling Green Mr Geo W Robertson who lives in Elida New Mexico and who has been visiting at his old home here for the past month will leave today on his homeward accompanied by his mother MrslElizabeth Robertson and his soninlaw Mr S N Hancock and wife and their little daughter Mary Elizabeth who will make New Mexico their future home The entire party will leave with the best wishes of this entire community IMrs A R Kasey sand two children and Mr Taylor Kasey left today for Edmonton where they will visit a few days before going to Owensboro to attend Conference Mrs Kasey is a highly cultured lady and has made many friends inColumbia where she has re sided for the paSt four years She and her two interesting little children will be greatly missed Mr Taylor Kaseys departure is also very much regretted as he is an young man Mr Kasey will not leave until after the third Sunday Noticed fThe Adair County Medical Society will meet in Columbia on Thursday Sept 9 1900 with the program hereto fore published Let each ont on that program remember his part and come prepared to render it Let keep the members away By order of E Li Sallee President TJ L Taylor Sec Rollin Browning has opened a livery and feed stable in Columbia back fi Rene ocks Hotel He invite his friends and former customers to tve him a call 433t Take Notice lit W A Garnett hu so1d his inter est in the mercantile btM DeI8f Blair 4b Garnett Glenville to MrrBlan who will continue the fouioMtr Ill aocoumta due the firm of Blair Garnett arc now due and artier who are indebted iwiUplewre ndatooce Blait Jt Giirnett JI 4 4f N i r h L ro I as as possible F 1 r r r r S j rS vS Weeave decided wagons ave about three Hickory Columbus Wagons that closing cost prices wagons before are all iiivrf WE WILL SAVE YOURE fCOMEi i t J l iXp tJPLACE WHERE MONEY I r journey excellent is nothing 0 IQioOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 LINDSEYWILSON TRAINING scuo L1t 1S More than t Six Thousand Dollars Spent for Im 0 improvements this Year 0I tfJNew Dining Heat and Additional Rooms Girls Boys Halls Refloored tReceiled throughout over Storm Paper Two Furnaces to Heat t O Tuition 2 to 4 Board in Dormitories 8 or 9250 in Advance 00willAaYBoard Tuition Incidentals for 0tOt j FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 2 1909 0 i NEILSON MOSS For further Information umb aKY JI0000000000000 OOoc4ooooW The Jim Coal I heplueJimgrate also keep other grades and make tHe price low Give me prder for winter use and emove itLat your leisure 34tf G panty l Campbellsville Ky- D Q D Moore chairedof r R ofII JBed with God roe Bich rthe et WYn to f llt kIf ir yx i t r 1t2 fe y to the sale of and ee h cars of Old and on hand we are out re gardlessof get on these they sold i1J v TU PAY FOR it TO H Hall Steam for and with New Them XX and one Year A3drca C Blue ybu For Sale r GQIlum200 T 44 2t Frank Sinclair Attend L R Chelfs auction sale at hit re in Knifley next Saturday MrSL Fisher a succe sftil farm ir and a substantialfriend to The News will please accept the thanks of this pfno for a very fine watermelon f r Wr P Stephens who conaucttd 11 ral amore at Ruaswll SFr Id+sl t Zii 4J i i A r Teachers Wanted vA The demand for teachers who have V f been trained inthe Western Normal greater than the supply The Fall Session ns ttPresidentKy for information relative to free A tuition l 422tSlexpect to b8cincrin by atrbythe ltot tbiawtekor the firaot Ol J in kml jY5 Tst 1t Iit f lt i i 7 VVl1 y d t 9g r j J r 1cy 6I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ttr tN Time CarT Ineffect Monday Dec 31 1908 BOUNDrte SOUTH hAm Lv LOUISVILLE AB LEBANON Nq27 t 700 am rr942amNo23 815am 1001 a- mlM 505 pm 740 pm ifqlj21 800 pm 1000 pm No93 630 pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND LLsAE iGu24i 548 am 750am 078 732am 1015 am o28 430 pm r 665 pm pm1oHo 92 732am 1015am Nos 92 and 93 areSunday trains only CMW1SEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians tr M k at H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line l Wofw Oposite Music Hall 132 Market Set 1st 2d Stl Ky S D Crel1s11a1 VETERINARY SURGEON I Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of Mon ey due when work is doneor stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMIA P01NTMEHT WIhMORH HOTEL W JI LUIUJVIORH Ptfop FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable IReasonable Rates GRftDYllILLe KY Res Phone 29 Office Phone JlO2 Dr Japs Trjpjrtt Dentist 1 JEFFRIES BLOC COLUMBIA KENTUCKY JDr e ruibaiZ- lttg t i OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFIRIESl BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 I COLUMBIAf KENTUCKY Jo ph It StoietAttorneyyAtLaw f trr I r Will practice in r h l j Kentuc1cI1Y jG 4emerlliUJl isoldlat6eilni te d i ifs tluut el say otEirisakr of Thi is ea t t1 tCCurKy M mpiiclty 11Ceot11w trlaeTb eRefFubloohuOne Mdiarrnslt Lat bir 6 eevt r yubscthctetc a McCaUJ s e Ire IcIriH t nr i fj 4r At Warntfi HaadfiMM yrvmliMMi t l t wic Kal a aU rn lof uafcf 6o prrniSe i i f F Iitic s t The healthof this section id very good at present tt W S Pickett was throught here one day last week in t ej interest of his fertilizer trade Geo W Pickett and wife were visiting at Riley Keltnerslast Saturday and Sunday Liss Whitl ck of Bliss passed through here one day last week Wheat threshing Ms over in this section and the yield was very goodLMr C D Stults has moved in his new house I Moririan preachers are still in existance as there were two passed i thrqugh Here one day last week v j Some from 4ereattenrled sthb v birthday dinner at JB Kfeltriers s last Friday f Mr Forest Compton of East Fork visited his son hereon e night last week frJohnie Rodgers is having his well drilled deeper as tjie water has failed Dudley Chasteiii will grind your corn on Tuesday insteadf 1notcorn on Tuesday and get some t good mealreX W G Pickett ando wd tttafrrJe jay v Brof Acree will pv rr at JPick = ett chapel the 5th Sunday eveiing r IfI tPeople are cutting tobaccpin T this section and some is good Night ilOn Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton bf Fort Edward Nclimbed Bald Mountain to thehome of ar neihbo curingIwonderful medicine soon relieved andj quickly cured his neighbor Later it cured his sons wife ofa severe lung trouble Millions believe its the great est throat and Lung pure on Earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are surely cured by Best for Hay Fever Grip and Who ling Cough 50cjjnd 100 Trial lx- PauUiprugCr r Jaf1eZ v V rtWe aie having some hot dryv 1d jjand staves rind workin aoads j t Mr J Keith and wife Some fset were here last week Mr Keith has charge of the recruiji WlingMiss Bertha Walter gave tne young people a social last Sat jurday night Those present were Misses Ella Josieand Be tim Hatfield Ethel Poppleweli Kate Wooldridge and iSuisie Scholl Messrs Est s Mitchell As3Iidridge Edgar Johnson Virgil Ppl and Edgar atfield 11 W A HatfieW visitea iS i Haelfclast nigl1t i Ofc and Mrs W Af V nDe I vier ofS e CeRiIl J who arer tic J fihere Vlonday night Sho3rtiy afT ter he left here a tele hone mes sage came stating thattKis roth erhadkilled himselfF t fe Joe W pldridge and w are i tliisjw y sisters Misses Keys and f v il RflnIkinday on their return home from the Columbia Fair v Dr William McClendoh of Soairsetand his sister Miss Sallie of Vinnie toOkdJnne r at- MrsrRWooldridge s last Wed nesday t iLiSparKsville Diedonah 26thlittl 1Vlurrel1 janesa little daughter of Mr1 land Shse rthjm e children to come unto me and forbid them not for xof such is the Kingdom of Heaven Mrs J B Garmon and Mrs HerschelBreeding of Breeding t visited Mrs Tilden Wheeler last ThuisdaYd Jt We are needing jijain yery ba 1 jJsick list V d cl Bortfto the wife pf EdJWheef t er Aug 24 a boy i uncletE the management of Dallas Fir qUIp isprogressing nicely r Oscar Wooten who has been Texas for s veatonths inI turned home and reports crops goodv jMrs Curt Yarberry visited c at BlissvThursday t Ret Geoffg e Groves is working for N 3 Wheeler this week 7 H F Gaston of Granite Okla s svisiting relatives at this lac e Mrs James Englslndis visiting j relatives at Red Lick i Miss Adilla Wooten vhp bas tirs are glad to report better tDallas fins on the sick q f 11st z Y v Ellen v v v vV rjMrZtMountain is vjs tinghiss dn AJ placetMr J H Stephens of 14 Salem was here Monday b MivG i Brown has been on 1RevHV v Chrisman and wife 1eft Month for Wayne Uli tlcorqUct a meeting r x Mr G RAbsherr andwi visited relatives at Sunshi Saturday and Sunday Several from this place attend r ed preaching tPrks Ridge Sunday X v V berteen quite sick for Sometime simfv proving r 4 The prohibitionisYt of tRusselljr rltandwell Sheriff J p Ford Jailer CornelmsliEdmonds fH i CreeKt1 3artr t The dry weather b doing mu ire v i damage o crops + v j iIMrs MaIYE Lelrtmo ho has been visiting relatives fTaylor count forseveialmo tlis returned home Fridays Mr lpbe tpgesj 6F Taylor i Earnifeily of Mr WH Iemmon FridayjV and Saturday V Mr Jeff Wilkinson arid iie tintrtl1 i f o 1 family of Mr Joe 6nasStu day and Mr SundayIbeen p a few days has returned to his post in Ohio the Ui S Army at O u busI Miss Lizzie AbrelL and Miss Emma Ayers of Ella were visiting Rosa Sinclair Saturday and IBo Sunday tothwife of J F Mills 29tha Democrat boy Hiram Lemmon who has very sick for several days isJI much better MrJ H Sanders r who h sJI be pashentwo months returned home this week Born to the wife QfrM R1 Workman August 21st a Demo crat boy t Mr John Corneal and 1rTj 0i Morton were visiting at Roley last Sunday Mrs Georgia R Shelton was visiting Thursday the school at this place Mr S q Neat was taping o aders at this place Thursday V y Two ofMr Joe Proper children lafe very sick at this writing Robert Campbell hasbeen very sick for several days but is much better i Mr Rome Dodspn and family of Roley were visiting thef amity of Ivlr Joe Blair Saturday and S undayi f Wolford Bros took two blues PeaI= t v Cane Valley A Mli apd4rs Jim Tilden Laiay11Iis a fine old boy and was a veter an of the Spanishr American War 81lherepropertysnear contain ing seven acres of land to Mr j conslderattoZt1 Mr and Mrs B L Banks oft IerMrC L Rice who has bee n alir Moody tllrQ1edhoznj oldneca was j there on a vacation last weekt v Mr Ed W Hopewell sold all crops farm implements stock ec last Tuesday and will leave with his family for Louisville in a few days where he will make his future home v Vv 0 W Imade abust Hess trip to Louisvill last week On last Saturday night at ther residence of Mr and MrsE uPPerwasllgiv lcommunity All present enjoy ell themselves fine except Mrs Hancock She is Still lamenting the loss of her finer bird dog at the ColumBia Fair chIvbrother Gleve o f Corbiri a eI tlthJFarm For Sale e J Kys post office on1ditlQIljdutbittldvingsout side range Price 100Q For m iorniatirtn call On9raddreaaeSar-cuTr iter TsrterPoetvice j Adair c4u tyKY f ticI i f IJ t i r T f X fRANK CORCORAN 3 W li h Grade i Marble Granite r fi 11tem work See US before w rXllrrd you bay = r iIQAW f fTrade Lfrom Adair and adjoining- solicited countie 1j w l t f l Main StreetLebanon Ky f r fA 9 do amati sa e Aa sa o L c es 4 sa o OUR PRICESON i ROOFING f iBEFORE BUY See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleat and Gap Roofing l ite Rubber and all kinds Paper roofing Oeblett Brros I ON aFl DWF E GLttu1e Catlefy burns 9 116 E mafkct St Bet 1st Btrook WlGOplJvlRTE1It1li 8 Ltouisville entaeky Telephone 2167Botb Phones 90 O O O O G 4VrY o w v w ivv t k t0 Ii i stt Sk vM1Q ilkrC 1 l1 1 Ifo I Fifth Avenie Rote 1 1 P i 1 PIKE CAMPBELL PJ1GR r CD I fiij t Refurnished Redecorated and e G i tnoaiedr1 Firstclass Hotel at Popu K jTJ Jar Prices Convenient to Wholesale- i17 and Retail Districts Churches and LI j vTheaters 7i Iri1 XI ii FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALWUTSTREET ln= IrC lE 57ifit fit Vt V I V V lj J V i J t V vvi tt17r IV IN TViVlXI XiX fuW Tryne till Supply C f I ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 889 I 1uliliwIGT4Ts 3 mACf i 1 DEALERS JN l HAGAHS GRIST BOILERS SAW ML 1 S ii 9Y Itr I isMoIsETAcKsI Sheet Iron and land Work L fGfJr JOBBING WORK SOLICITED rAJJ Kindsrif Machinery r pir d7 j t t irmC 1V j in17j Successors to Hubbucli Bros 7lIt i An Old Firm a New Garb rnf5t i ZI J7i 1 HVy lrfr ctonSijS exarevthesame people as strong as ever befor heksame x 2 strong management the sync Teliaple business method si pi t AiWiTJ lars fpf all our transactions Jlrour needs It vf tlf VE i lviTOa 1t- t r CARPETS kQ Si RFINE rlJ L kt1 J PAPER l ibttl13E Pill be takenc2re of in the cgnscienciousmanner as ever beforejjd t t f cA if 1 i J h l j IJ A j 17 iJBiiieH 3fOS WELLENDOflFkEr7f W LOUISVILLE 6CY- n fA A1vti 522622 W MARKET ST qy4 vsrL lf L t i Yx stf KJStray flogs J on my iisweigh bout 100cpou each A black fff rR11 weigh bon lSOrl aaid a pU tyG r lid r1 KY irs t o GET YOU X Enter Schelo u 1i Supennteidetlarijwrite tern 0anal Bowling Gr- ecrnig i freer i v Fa liSessab 7 17 r GCi iiitTr TEllK 1 t S14 JmSY i ija R rPr THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 i EZrns WoodsonLewis rccnsburg Kentuckyta a l r1 NOW OFFERING A CARLOAD EACH J J s1f Studebaker r r BirdsellI j S it rUlburn goosK1car IOliver Chilled Plows L n r k Aparr load of i lr Disc Harrows t Acar load ofry j nLt- ia ors Corn Planters andI tin R One= Horse Corn Drills 1 lrItWill have the greatest and finest display Cof Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown i m this Green River Country ready Vfpf Spring trade 1 V i I KvlrIME SALT AND CEMENTi A SPECIAL LINE j 21 Will deliver any kind of Farm iJ Implements at any station on I the L N R R Woodson Lewis KYfMail orders promply attended to 1 a The iiI tII Trust 1 Company th and Market Garner LOUISVILLE f Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of i feverykind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi mss is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin siSlFoftrust can an jI Hy r fIt accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar lal and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor greatTfinancial strength 4S t l k IlJ71 1m71 1n m rii7Z iiC isM 7f 1 7i fi fj Dr James Menzies muw nc 17i OSTEOPATHY t J kT Tm tlL1 lTI0PlAND ri tttce ii Ti4N FREE AT RESIDENCE wI Columbia Kentucky Il J V I171 in n r itT71C I1KiiCic NH Ne f co Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work i Interior Finish Etc gest Wholesale Sash and Door Douse iill the South v iSend ycHiriprders us for prompt shipment and QIgQOds T We appreciate them t J i LflIpII Q HO 2Mi Main Street i YINCORPORATEDhlR4 4 4 i 1 U St fevi iit i1- ft r MMk ji LL Avoid Danger When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dont delaytake Car dui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you d Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttriedt remedy for women of all ages TAKE CAR U U I 340IfMrs Luzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn writeslFor ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains allover my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Feeding the Molting Fowls It is generally held that the method of feeding and the quality and quantity of fooT has much in fluence on the time rapidity and uniformity of molt In the absence of reliable data as to the best method of feeding fowls during the critical period of the molt it would seem desirable to follow the practice commonly believed te be correct namely to feed liberally on rations whichr are easy to digest and protein and oil Therefore in addition to the regular rations such foods as meat oil meal sun flower seed etc should be add ed or if already being fed should be increased in amount This modified ration is given in order to meet the increased demands of the body for feather making material at a time when the system presumably would be in need of protein to furnish nitrogen for the growth of feathers and oil to supply available heat for the scantily protected bodyi let Us Have Proof i The Elizabethtown News seems to have an idea that Whallen and the CourierJournal should be left alone when they are sup porting the ticket but it is not their support of the ticket that is being so sharply denounced by the country press It is their disloyalty to to the ticket as they are in charge of the party organization and permitted to name the ticket If this gang of political pirates captures the State organization of the Democratic party that party is going to suffer more de feats Owensboro Inquirer Why this iterationand reitera tion that the WhallenHaldeman combination as it is called is seeking to get control of the Democratic organization in Ken tucky We ask for proof of this statement Anybody can make such a charge but facts are what the people want Until we have proof that the charge is true we will be forced to be lieve that the Democratic ticket in Louisville is being whippe- over John Whallen and Henry Wattersons shoulders for some other motive We do do not believe the charge and we will have to be shown If there i proof of such an attempt 3POu the part of Whallenand others why not wait until after the No vember election before this fight upon them Give the DemocraZ- C tticket jn Louisville all th chance it canto winv help it to jffi i ljj t r Lj t H t r 0 win by the encouragement of the press After the election is love it will be time enough to lookafter the party organization in the State and the News as favorIp men e no sympa thy with any movement ifthere is such to turn the Democratic party over to the liquor interests as has been charged We shall most heartily oppose any move ment of this kind if it is made and and our allignmentTill be with the other people but we repeat that it is senseless to at tack Watterson and Whallen now when they are supporting the ticket upon the absurd idea that the Democratic ticket in Louisville must be imperiled if not sacrificed in order to defeat Whallen and his allies from con trolling the party organization next year Those who lend themselves to this scheme are playing the identical part that they denounce Whallen and Watterson for Make Louisville a Democratic city this year and it will be worth 5000 votes to the next Democratic State ticket and then next year settle this question of party organiza tion if Whallen attempts to con trol it The time has never been in our recollection when Louisville controlled the Democratic party of the State and we do not believe that the 5th district can control the other ten But eilllthereof Wisconsin has a stallion li cense law that might be a good law for many other States This law requires that the license be issued by the Department of horse breeding of the State Ag ricultural College andthislicense must state just what the horse is that is whether pure bred cross bred grade mongrel or scrub License will not be re advertisIing newspaper advertisement must show in large boldfaced letters what the horse is It is woulddwant to advertise their horses as mongrels or scrubs and if theydiq Jew people would car r to breed to them waywWisconsin hopes to improve the horses pfthe Statef Twenty minutes ivery olier day wIth a telkettfe of I si ding hot water poured over thelfrinit troughevriilkeyP90WJl disease germ this weather 1 iJi SS ir ft t ryl1 i i fprt ft tf1 s t 1 rj ltfast Young I Men I theApace Youare setting is a killing one You may fancy that you are making a stunning start in lifes race says an exchange but it is the star that will dis tance you in the end Dont go top fast my lad Slow and sure has taken down more purses than any other racer thati ever went carouhd the track You are smoking half a dozen cigars a day Slow up that means a home in twenty years You lare buying all the new clothes that come to town Slow up that means a farm in twenty years Besides all the glad rags in the world never made a man You are taking an occa sional drink withgood intentions You are winning the smiles of some silly girl by spending all you can upon her Slow up a wife won that way is worse than the seven year itch be cause it lasts longer You are gambling a little now and then just taking a few chances for the fun of the thing Slow up Suckers are small fish at first and never grow to be very large but they were first nibblers You can blow yourself out of the running before the quarter is reached by just trying to keep up with the peacemakers Con tract bad habits keep foolish company listen to bad advice spend all you can and be in debt swell around and act the dude and you will have a good time Jor ten years and a bad time for sixty Be wise clean and economical that life may be large fine and splendid Justice David Brewer of the U S Supreme Court said in an address to the New York Bar Association With brass buttons and epaulets becoming more plenty with constant talk of fighting and inventions of new weapons this country must watch to prevent its people drifting into dreams of empire that can only lead to disaster Many wars are simply caused by the political ambition of men and the love of military action and we must be careful not to use our great and growing prosperity as an excuse for building new navies and increasing standing armies beyond the point where they are still a mere guard Reflections Of a Bachelor GirL f r Possession is nine points of thee love game and the tenth is ennui This is the time ofthe year when amanstps taking high balls and in or order to brace upTlj begins taking them to off The man who flirts with two womensimultaneously just for fun gets about the same results Ias the small boy who stirs up a wasps nest Just tosee what will happen From the way the most lovers quatrel1yilwo l ld fancy that Iovswas n electric spark struck by hep S act of two badLem p if4i j FlirtatM iS just an imaginary like h6t vepfetoni6 friendship and a kiss vt it is sp easy for a man to make a woman believe he loves her that nowadays the niatJQrJfeof diem aMas thou h they were ashamed to ryirv N f Fearh noman ex ept the y ft1i yfr j i 1l f iW trwt ii l j rSif 1v a fi one with that protecting FIE take care of you manner but when you meet him close Yom eyes mutter a prayer and run After a man has seen her cry twice a womans tears roll off his feelings like water offa mackintosh With most men it requires JUst a little love to make the timer passand just a little time to make love pass Helm We are having dry weather here now Mr H B Helm of this place was at Burkesville Monday on businessMrs Ei and children of Burkesville are visiting their friends at Creelsboro and Jack man Bottom this week Miss Ruth Wooldridge has been on the sick list but is better Mrs Lizzie Helm fell last Tuesday morning and was hurt very much Mr ST W Burkesb ville representing the Cumber land Grocery Co of Burnside Ky was in our midst last week Mrs Josie Higginbottom was here on her way home last Wed nesday She has been is the West for the past three months Miss Annie Helm of this place is visiting at Jamestown Mr W SKnight and family of Jamestown were here visit ing H B Helm and family last week Eld Z T Williams begun a two weeks meeting at Creels boro last Wednesday night Hope he will have good success All the men of this place are working the road Mr and Mrs Ben WooldridgefI will start for their home in Ok lahoma in a short time Dona and Ghoul Helm will attend the Institute next week at JamestownMr Helm visited his brother Henry Helm last week The society in Jackman Bot tom is progressing nicely MisG H Coe visited her parents last Saturday night Miss Lizzie Oldham visited Miss Dona Helm last week Crocus Joe Miller who was so unfortunate as to get his jaw bone broken by being run over by a mule is improving rapidly Miss Lucy tyEorgan died on the 19th inst She was 17 years of age and was a victim of pulmo nary trouble Her father and mother died several years ago and she made her home with her btotherinlaw Leonard Tur ner She leaves two brothers t and a sister Mr Tim Collins and wife oB Columbia visited in this vicinity a few days ago Mr J C Bradshaw and son Harrison visited relatives at Bonnieville Hart county last week Vander Collins who has been sick for some time is improving J C Bradshaw sold to T Collins one cow andcalf Consider anon 3250 J W Vaughan wife and daughter Miss Eliza visited then family of H C Hadley of Den mark last Thursday Rev EdwaiKd AaronwillPreach atMt Zion church ou the 4th Saturday night and SundYaii j iC September r i 0 iZit r t c f n fJ i rr RpRxi Kt ITi Th- lc t if H t L I r l f P1 t i riTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS JJ 1fJ Grid ile iI tV14j r ttvr vT I IlT Hamilton and David J Kinnaird of the Nell communic i ty were with us one day last J week Rev J W Sexton and wife visited relatives in the Fairplay community last Saturday and Sunday Miss Mollie Flowers will leave f in a few days for Russell ville x Where she will enter school Mike Winfrey 0 f Columbia in company with an eye specialist f Nashville Tenn was in our community last Friday MrJ Denney and family who have been citizens of our town for the past two years have gone to Glasgow to live AH Henderson has just completed a large tobacco barn for WM Wilmore and is now at work on a tobacco barn for Geo H NellMr D Lowe the popular shoe man of Columbia called on our merchants last Thursday while en route to Nell Mr W L Grady the well known stock man of our town is attending the Tompkinsville Fair this week Mr Grady was selected as judge of the Fair The association made a wise se lection v The sheriff of Metcalfe county passed through this place last Thursday with one Mr Smith of the Breeding community who had been taking refuge in Met calfe county Mr Smith in by gone days hadcommitted some unlawful deeds in this county MrE T Keltner of East ForkandMr W E Willis of Pplumbia were with us one day last week v r Mrs Iiola Lovett and daughter r 4of Columbia visited their relai tives at this place a few ysf last week t r Dr L vClNelL happened oa- i veryAserious accident one day last week while discharging a gun The breech pin blew out and cut off the end of his right thumb He is getting along nicelyI Mr Wm Smith o eof our best citizens who has been livl ing at the Dr G Taylor place for over thirty years will in a few days begin to tear down the building and remove same on the hill near the big road where he has had a well drilled contain ing as gcod water as can bel found in this section We un lets tand that Mr Smiths idea for this change of location is forj o the betterment of his familys health We trust that this move will be of great t nefit to liim self and family and the remain ing days of both Mr and Mrs Smith may be in perfect healti- is the wish of their many frienc- i J here We have heard a great deal of comment on the grade of burleyI tobacco that has been grown in this section and of course every man thinks his is as good if not a little better than his neighbor s f but we have liesrdit reported a JIstime anal again that Robt Gra y Sf 2of color has grown the best cr feof the weed taking all t1crop 7 into consideration that has been grown in thjs section If J 1tny one doubts this statement it marke investigation We are la flit say that our werllput in a- ukintheirJiJ tree pa bcs i 7t I r jlrf rA1 tcF k P 7tit lr and by the way the knife was cuteTVcrops and vare teadyf9r ar v i r f Mrs W F Rowe and son Kennaird of Burnsides passed through here last Friday enrjoute tor Red Lick to visit her tees tines f L a Irvin s StoreN J y t Our farmersafepullirivf odder and complaining of the dry weather j J H Smith and Iitil6 son Fay ette of Fonthill were here la r week John Clemens has moved to Fonthill Uncle Ab Hooper was in Casey last week prospecting y Everet Meece who has been in Illinois for some time returned t he first of the week G F Rexroat will go to Somer set to morrow to be at the Cumberland assosiation There is a new girl at Marvi Rexroats Misses MaryrandOra Wade o Decatur are visiting their sister Mrs Boss Richardson here this week Mr and Mrs Herschel Dun Qrof Eli are j visiting at R iSmiths KjEveryf hadva merry joke to tell and a warm hand shake for revery onei OwensvJ1 ti fI The health of this community is very good at present Owing to so much dry weather the farmers have nothing to do but sitaround and grumble Mrs Sam Reece and MrsTld a Watkins of near Jamestown and Mrs Strong Hill Grady ville recently iYlisjtea Mrs Va leria Grader x 1j IJfrs Edna Owens and Mrs TO P Vi r Girti Hplt visited Mrs Cassie W9lQrp one day last week y Oi j Messrs E M Montgomery anolirR Morris were here lasts M l1di Mr Dorris is est re vvlTrt v ft tired from the U S Nf Rev John Pennycuff recent close4a two weeks meting t Bethel with nine additibnsiAto the church CJr t of July the 31st was the eightieth I birthday of Mrs Sarah Clayton Her amiIyJa ld neighbors gave her a complete surprise dinner Parties be ail to arrive early inso the iornirig with well fill ed baskets 1lda f t spending a short while in oldI time talksit was arinounc hat dinner was ready the old lady was almost overcome wi thrjoy to find so many of herrel a tives and friends present Every one got plenty to eat and had all the enjoyment they were expecting Those present were Wolfordds a E and Mrs Ernest Barger Mr and Mrs J H Bargeri Mrs C Holt and children Mrs EjT Stearman rsW Marv 1 M ed a ri s MrcD ti Grid rand childre Jf1C is Sims Helm aan d wife Misses II nrtBerLilHia Clayton Maggie Grahan sId lJ Sims a 1djose Stearman r k S S ultoMr Din Hudson to Mss Annie Holt This section is sadly in need of a blacksmith j Phere is not a Esslthree miles away The pee tP Ie here need a smithvery had anft blLsmith would locate here he wou jWQii 1k up food paying jobot i f ffc i y tk RO s Rodsi r James McKihJey sold to his son Finis one houseand 2 acres of land for 150 Finis McKinley Jsold sthe one horse for 100 Waco McEinley has gone back to1 Ind again Waco makes a year twortraps esseean4 Curt Roach fR dLickmade a business trip to this place lastweekI I T Sunday RaHy at Mt Ver non last Sunday was well attend sted A good sermon by Brother Grider Several of the Breth ren made Sunday School talks The ladies had a fine dinner which was enjoyed by all pres ent We had the very best o order throughout the day fo which we thank everyone pres entkFinis Blakey sold his farm tof his brother Lenes Price un known nJohn Oaks Oliver Hadley and Ethridge Morgan went to Camp Bif11 Murphys Gasoline Engine The bojfshad a hot and dusty trip there is much sickness and many deaths in the country fevePr Miss Lee Ann Bunch died Aug ust 29th She was 28 years old joined the Christian Church four teen yearsago died in full faith v Her funeral was preached the home byRev James Sullivan a- restd s by T Hadlejr after which she Vas laid to rest in the old Jones buring ground near James town She was a member of the Freedom church Father rnot er brothers and sisters weep atnotJesusbe faithful arid you will see sis ter againtithT iri riRev P7I Compton will mQye to Hayes Chapel on Fount Sel ri r by s land this fal H H Comrades of the pldSrdjKen ucky Infantry whp r see their names in rintwhe e werewe 45 j years ago today September 1s WB were at Jpne sborOi Ja fI th- reatg iand thee last battleu were in iWf were 1eleased J n 1started home on thejSrd day of September 1864 what gla d hearts boys where is the of 3rd to day Most of them haveday answered the last Roll call an gone on boys we will soon all be gone may God so help the t few that rensins to so live an act that by and by we mayI have a Reunion where there partinerg of friends but oneeternalda y Coedm rades meet me there Tarter Vv r Some of the farmers are be inning cutting tobacco gna log yard for Mr W L Brock man near Webbs X Roads CjBorn to the wife of L B Bar pnG White lost a fine brood mare last week with distemper Squirrels4 eem to be plentiful Thomas Ot erkiJl431J Johnnie JGoo arteft 30 lastweekr v T W Wheat bought of Fran Burton a fine broodmare for 15ox Y i1awieW 9S cken rebtmed from Indi ana rlast lee he f he has bean ftM the list six weeksld i g1ld h Bear and wife fte 0 iirair jf J to vislfing at Little Cake last week Diptheria is in the neighbor hood of Tarter Sano and Kerns There have been some deaths and the disease is still raging Schoolrhouse Allen District and Whites school have all been closed Mr Estell Tarter son of Mr Mark Tarter left last Sunday for unknown parts Mr Chapel has moved his saw mill on the old Talton Bradshaw farm and is sawing the timber for W L Brockman Mr P M Roberts is going tp erect a new dwelling an the near future Mr Willis Shepherd is going Irter work This neighborhood is having some night apple cuttings and the young folks are having fine sport Mr and Mrs W G White were visiting Mr J C Cravens of Webbs X Roads last Sunday Mr L T Neat was through here last week and bought from different parties a nice bunch of cattle paying fair prices TT0 Evans Bros bought a good many hogs in this community paying 5 cents per pound Mr George Brockmanandi John Gentry returned from Illi nois last week where they have been for some time SparkesviIIeJ communitI The health of this presenthW L Curry and wife visited Ruby Saturday and Sunday N S Wheeler is confined to his bed with fever r J F Gilpin Evan Akin andII W R Janes were at burg Thursday v i h i Mrs GQ firkin ison thesickvl list orr V r 1tY Clarence and iPorerjLtWheeler l Thurstday night y Rubdy J W L Curry Saturday night thedSun The Sparkesville base ball team crossed bats with the Weed redsuited 13 to 12 in favor of Sparks ville Final Corbin bought one mul 160ofAry a little son of Mr arid Mrs J M Corbin has been quite sick with whooping cough s Mr Austin Gilpin and Bruce jSmithV Pellham James Suddarth sold Owen Hardesty two fine heifers ifor 60 Phil Sherrill sold the same arty one heifer for 3100 Eugene Grassom sold the same Aardty a bunch of hogs at 7 be delivered by the 15th of this month John T Banks sold Lu cien Turner an aged npare for 140same rtysotdJW Cun dill a suckling colt for 6YMara Kate Sojiires the ppu Tar milliner of CneValIey is now in the market nCampbellsr o Miss Mattie Thomas of BlueT rff i 0oJ i d J r4 tilSSell Sprin s Motel OPEnrrOrlj i HEALTH SEEKERS r hasbeennis suppliedwith the beSt the country affords A large sample room for M 4the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water isjhepuresT w health restoring Terms reasonoble Write to f5 WINFREY PHELPS RUSSELL KY SPRINGS s3E3f3 3 s 3 F11111ctJIcIW11I4 a I i TGHflJ1R I aMg 1l I Pay Cash for Old Gold and Silver Ji- l1oeatioD Owen Paul Cos Dru e Store Columbia K i3CIE 3DBE36 S aTftSI ALL KINDS OF INSUEAWj fWQ The bet o everything in Insurance Strongest and moSt liberal Companies fl W w at reasonable rates i Q COLUMBIA fl + gE TUCKi jj Sl lQ E38Gg g3 3 g58 8c3 3SC3Sg3BC Jf3BCX JfjO fc SVVaWit 444 iiWYt irNYthWiyyVYtWtl hwGYSc 9iirSM THE MOONEY SCHOOL FOR BOYS jHfisHARRIMAN TENNESSEE itieIcornfortsofW D MOONEY L t tsSpring Branch visited Misses fcleo and Gracie Shepherd last f Je1roiA little son of Mr and Mrsv veryfsick for the past two weeks The corn crop in this section is short not morethan a half crop Es to reA v Wet are in need oft rain The late corn is suffering badly for rain W C Grader and wife visited lasteSunday o j It ISC Morris who is just back from the U S Navy visited rel atives atthis place last week inproIgressy Revs Thomas Hadley andpj D GdmptonThe teachers of this place are attendng the teachers Institute at Jamestown this week They report Prof Moss as being an extra good instructor Our blacksmith Win MurphyI hO was kicked by a mul a ays ago is improving IThe school at this place is pro ni The teachers asfsociation of this inlFreedom Saturday September 25 1909 dinner on thepfoundi The boys of this p lace met the 21stiUlL were play ed each sides Winnin nellamlJv o i r i i floor androof on the LilV ereY school house this week They were badly heeded Y Wm Murphy has his new gas iBoline errx ready to grind corn r LOUISVILLE MARl1 t Latest QuotaU onson Live 2 CATTLE Shipping steer i v i 600 Beef steers VlteS 350 Fat heifers adJ oWs 350 Cutters fcJj 225 vanners Bulls rfit Feeders ljf S 1tocChoice milchicpwsv o cows i HOGS Choice 160 to 200J Mediums 13Q tox6o Pigs Roughs SHEEPAND LAMI Best lambsrCulls Fatsheep r Columbia Mar POULTRYEgg Trukeys Chickens i Ducks tv GRAINWheat Corn Elec BittSuceed when eve In nervous prostratiou weaknesses are th tbonsandshsee STOMACH THO the best medicine- 1 gsstsc0 xt