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U i IT1 r Tr 1aN ir =rTmLffT f k r rsJ2 bLt1Aa1 h uinp reiIVOLUME XIIrCOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1909 NUMBER 47 i IF LOCAL INTEREST Mr J0 Cooper Editor of the BlueGrass Clipper Visits Co lumbia and Writes AN INTERESTING LETTER TO lBS PAPER I Columbia Ky Sept 18 1909 Pear ClipperI p When we left the office last week to go on the first vacation in five years itII was not our purpose to spend any partI time in writing but as we have kithat such a warm cordial reception the town has impressed us in so many ways that we have not been 1I Idbackf t lumbia is one of the oldest towns in the i3stae having passed beyond the centu ry mark several years It was laid out just a few years before the good year 1 1809 that year which gave birth to so many of our greatest men and events beingfbornmany hills down which run broad I1 DespiteI streets into the square of which the ichaiafc is putting up a new store room which will cost in the neighborhood of 20 000 On the residence stre ts are many signs cf improvement and the number of houses that have been built within the last two or three years is re I markable The sidewalks are being concreted rapidly work of that kind being done in many different parts of I the town at once to the stranger the chief drawback to Columbia seems to be its distance from fhe railroad but the people here d6 riot seem to mind the twenty mile drive from Campbellsville the nearest if railroad point The stage line makes two trips each way a day having a re lay station on the way where horses r are changed One need not feel that sl ie isi cut off from the world by any It t means This apparent drawback does not interfere with business at all in flourishlingJiaypfuner saw and trowel is proof posi totive that the Columbia people have i faith in the future of their town Arid thats what it takes to make a town drive from Campbellsville amply 1The one for whatever inconvenience occasioned by it The scenery Green river is as romantic and I beautiful as one can find anywhere An interesting feature of the trip is the caravan of freight wagons one passes carrying merchandise to Columbia tra ders They are covered and resemble the prairie schooners Unlike the prai rie schooners they are not bearing hu countryrcesities of life to people who enjoy and appreciate them On the trip it is not unusual to pass 40 or 50 of these wag I ns some coming and some going Columbia furnishes abundadt proof that a town can live and prosper without sa loons Its citizens tell yOu with pride thatit was the pioneer in this respect I Since 1864 it has enjoyed dry times and the people tell us they would not have saloons under any consideration No vote was ever taken here on the question but a special act was gotten the legislature by Judge Gar thorough the trustees of the town to grant or refuse to grant liquor license The fight was then made to put in the right sort of men for trustees The whiskey people made two or three fights but always lost out In time they quit entirely The result is that a whiskey man now could not get enough signers to his petition to get his name on the ballot It is the same way in the county Men who know tell us that put of 3300 voters in Adair county a proposition as to wet or dry would carry dryby over 2500 majority That shows the people know a good thing when they s eit We were told that there had not been a case in the police court for two years enoughLo4g I One gentleman remarked to us A striking virtue about Columbia is the I fact that we have no criminals no lac r ihmracters whps very presence in thti community iratfoienace to law andor der jmd public safety Would that Kenttckyldlznibia toOytheir depoaita amount to c6nnd JeraWy over 300HX Tn wealth1 ii distributed Nearly every farm owM1 ih JiuSoT free of mortgage while in Co 1 ptteJiJaiy v I1AdSi county it auwarjt 1 is if f J I 5 tS 2 im ZiL r republican The only part the democrats have in the county administration is the office of surveyor Adair county is in the Eleventh District and Columbia is at present the seat of thpoppi sition to Congressman Edwards This is Caleb Powers stronghold and his backers claim he is going to win hands down He is to deliver a lecture here Monday evening and the whole country side will come out to hear him Colum bia itself is Democratic by nearly 50 majority An institution of which Columbia is justly proud is the LindseyWilson Training School We hear greatpraise of the work done there It has also demonstrated what nn inihitiondf the kind can do for a coniaidiucy in very i way The town has just vote a 40c tax toIestablish a Graded School so education almatters are not going to be neglect ed Columbia has furnished one govenor a lieutenantgovernor and three congressmen among the latter being Col Frank Wolford who was in command of the Federal troops who captured Gen John H MorganIAnother fact of historical interest Theodore OHara while herewroteI one of the verses of his immortal UBiv ouac of the Dead He came here to see Col Caldwell who was in the Mexi can war The latter made some sug gestions to him with the result that he finished one of the stanzas while seated at a table in a little room at the hotel which is pointed out to the str ngerIThe Adair County News whose cour tesy we are enjoying while writing this is one of the thriving institutions of the town With a circulation of 2700 and a modern and thoroughly equipped office it issues one of the best and mostI profitable papers in the State It is edited by Mr C S Harris who is ably assisted by Mr J E Murrell Our stay here has been most thoroughly en joyable Mr and Mrs Garnett have a beautiful home where hospitality andI good cheer crown everything They are untiring in providing for our pleas ure Mr and Mrs Scruggs bave been given a hearty welcome back Their place in the hearts and memories of these people is secure We neglected to make mention of the lumber business here Several plaining mills and stave miJlsLare kept busy most of the year Hardwood is easier to get than pine with u a The mills furnish a beautiful grade of quarter sawed oak flooring at what seems to us a remarkably low figure All the porches are laid with hardwood as well as the other parts of the house fiJ Work of Grand Jury The Grand Jury adjourned Saturday afternoon after returning the following indictments twentyfive In number Breach of Peace 9 Liquors Unlawfully 3 Caning 1 Posting Threatening notice 1 Weapons 1 2 Disturbing Worship 1 Contempt 1 Attempting to rape an infant under twelve v 2 lMalicious cutting Detaining a woman 2 Malicious shooting 1 Burglary 1 Marriage Announcement Miss Sallie Field of this place who is visiting in Bessemer Ala writes to a friend in Columbia stating that her niece Mrs Will White was happily married in that city on June 23rd to Mr Charles Hopkins a young business man of excellent character and stand ing The bride is a sister of Mr S F White Deputy postmaster here and is a lady who has many friends in her old home town who will be glad to learn that she has been married to an excellent Southern gentleman When Mrs White left Columbia about a year ago she was a popular assistant in the postoffice here I Mr John Will Moore who was a son of Dock Moore died at tHe poof farm lastSaturday He met with a stroke of paralysis about three weeks ago and being alone in the world having no home he was sent to the poorhouse by prder of the Court His remains were conveyed to his former neighborhood and interred in the Grider graveyard For iSale Good young cow and calf cheap Also one young horse cheap Mary Montgomeryr I t RuVJl Springs Ky iiucUa little dughteref MrV and Mrii L 6 Wintey fell last Thursday striking hei chut agaittirt the apron pfr the si6ve tlloating both jaws A jysjeian iu clued and the fracture rfdoced and iat ti ni t1e little kirlhl t TCOY red f pi j Mri W 1Pt Bryant was rciid a tM Bptc1arch 71f r 2ir fu C i f i f ft 0t i The Fox HoundHes all Right There are many who have an aver siona hatred for the fox hound and who can not understaad or imagine why some admire him and take such delight in the chase This is particular ly true where sport and passtime areJ measured by the taste of those who have never heard a well trained pack in hot pursuit of an old red and whose estimate of this breed of dogs is based the worthless specimens and not on the merits of the best Possibly no other family of dogs has given so much real service to man or more trouble to wild animals From earliest days of our country the hound has been active and persistent in riding the country of obnoxious animals ard doing a valuable service for those who hold him in dis favor The bear the deer and many others have disappeared by the aid he has given the last one to hold the caves and circle the cliffs being the fox It is not likely that he can be driven from the country or be exterminated for many years but his prowling and de predatious on the countrymans inter ests are growing less each year Should the hound be hushed the chase discontinued the price of barnyard fowels would advance on the markets due to a reduced supply The pleasure of the chase can not be given to an uninterested party Like classic music the ear must be trained for its melodies and when this has peen accomplished the broad field of flight and pursuit the mouth of Bluegrass the daring leaps Of Skip the voice of Toney and Old Jim in his young days The snappy mouthing of Annie and Nona as they speed like can non balls the thunder tones of Gus close on the heels of Diamond and Queen the echoes of old Mulehead as he presses his claims the mellow voice of old Ton backed up by Ned the whole chase enlivened by Mama and Tip Gip and Top opens for a desperate dashall mixing and mingling like a modern choir in the woods and fields when all nature seems to be intently listening in silent rapture is bound to awaken the keenest interest and give a charm that no other innocent sport posessesTo your dog lead the chase Is bound to wheatenup your tastezTo know his trailing in the rear Brings an excuse mighty queer Though simple folly it may appear Its going on from year to year And when the fox fails to run Then then only will end the fun True there are worthless hounds too many failing to measure up the true instincts and possibilities for which they were created but a well breed hound properly reared and trained will not be a scavenger nor a pest but useful and reliable As a rule the hound is the hardest worker of all the canines and whenrtion are given he will not molest the kitchen and will be as aimable as a worthless bird dog The hound isall right and worth his board which is far in advance of some others Death of Averitt load Last Wednesday morning about 5 oclock Mr Avritt Hood who was about twentyfive years old Qed at the home of his parents Mr Mrs Ciscero Hood who live in the Mt Pleasant neighborhood The deceased was a victim of typhoid fever and was sick several weeks He was a very in dustrious young man and will be great ly missed from the walks of life He was a friend to every body and every cody was his friend The funeral was largely attended and much sympathy was expressed for the bereaved parents brothers and sister Eld F J jBarger conducted the religious services V ir f The Hotel to Change Harids Mr J P Jasper of Springfield IIf Was inthis place last week and closed a lease for the Columbia Hotel property He takes charge the first layot October Mr Jasper is thoroughly familiar with tile hotel busiitess Una will come to Columbia well recommended He has a wife and several daught ers his wife being a sister of Mrst Eliza Willis a former rresident of this place Mr Allen WaJker and wife who have been conducting the hel for several Weeks to the s factibmof their patrons willireturn to theirreai dence on Greens urg street Valuable Property For Salt I i 1 have a farm 8 miles east of Columbia cpntijungk4 a itI- pdce9OQ ano tworhousie jtnd lots onj Tvitt Street an tiir6 hou e zud lots on Ruit stret inol4mbiafor One third cask elen e t- it2t =N fitLIF 2 r dq rt r i1 J or Citizens Ticket In obedience to a call published in malejresIdentshpuse last Friday evening the object being to select a Citizens Ticket ai municipal board to be voted for at the coming November election Mr James Garnett who is Chairman of the present board call the meeting to order and stated the object of the gathering After which he was elected to preside over the meeting and J E Murrell was narnedassecretaryMrT moved that a committee of five be appointed to draft resolutions arid name a ticket Where upon the Chair appointed as follows J O Russell M Cravens F R Win frey Jo N Conover and J A Young The committee retired and in a short time reported that the following ticket had been selected A H Ballard Jamestown street W A Coffey Campbellsville street W T McFarland Burkesville street Geo F Stults Greensburg street LargeBefore an amendment was offered by Mr J F Montgomery giving the meeting the right to nominate other candidates and that the names submitted be votedon one at a time and as they were called if a person wanted to make a nomina tion lIe could do so The amendment carried and several other gentlemen proceededbutI It is understood that the ticket named are public spirited men in favor of stre improvements and for the perpetuation of the stock law Before the meeting adjourned Chair man Garnett announced that sixty cents would have to be paid in order to meet the expenses of the gathering MrvGe6 T Flowers moved seconded and put the motion that the candidates selected pay the hill It carried unanimously and the meeting adjourned Mr Frank Sharp and Miss Bettie Miller who registered from Greens burg were married in the parlors ed the Columbia Hotel last Thursday morning by Rev R L Tally zr The school at Russell Springs has not been in session for the past two weeks on account of diptheria There have been a number cases in the boundary of the school and several deaths have occurred You will lose morley if you buy before i getting mypric son Farm wagons Fv L Wilson Russell Springs Ky V454t v- rvo lp 1J Born to th wife of JVbod Paxton 23rda12po ijd girl n Rev J Pi Scruggs of Midway preached very interesting sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday lore noon Rev Scruggs was a former pastor of the Church and is quite popular here hence a large congregation was out to hear him Union services at the Christian church last Sunday night The building was crowded indicating that brotherly love pervades throughout this community Rev J R Crawford pastor of the Presbyterian Church de livered the sermon which was highly enjoyable Foxes WanteL I want five red and grey foxes Will pay 150 to 250 and express charges 46tf WT Hodgen Box 232 Campbellsville Ky t The attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of H B Ingram Sons in this issue of the News The firm is doing a good business and is now offering inducements to its cus tomers Mh Li B Hurt his purchased of Mr RfHt Price the residence on Burkes yule street known as the Tilford Price property for the consideration of 950 MIT Hurt will be given possession in a fewjweeks Millin ry Opening i Miss Kate quires the popular Cane Valley milliner has returned froni the market with the nicest and most uptd date1ine pfr jlli goods sheha s everhandlec HVr pningaay Will b Saturday October 2Yi Jjadies are i lvit id tc cail Wedonbtknow Wb reRev A R- ICasey will be sent butwprcdqlG- lasgow iLJ SaecnnWantdtooo1c A atteroui inlet til Adair aidadjacnt otiritiee- Salary cr Cominiisi4AcdreS TI1t fti 2t 724vv Ai LV fJC iv w r1j J t nw l j1 r 1hJ JII l K l ifir Y Jt A Glasgow Wedding Miss Bess Rowe left Tuesday morning for Glasgow to be present at the marriage of Miss Katherine Depp to Mr B G Davidson The wedding is announced to be on the 6th of October at the Second Christian Church of that place after which sit is planned the happy couple will spend several months in the East on their honey moon Miss Depp is well known here among the young people having frequently visited Miss Rowe The Louisville Conference convenes in Heudersori Ky today All the Methodist ministers of this county are in attedance The Bishop will read out the appointments next Monday about the noon hour after which the session will sing Praise God from whom all blessings flow and adjourn It has been suggested that the ministers who get undesirable places will give atten tion to the music rendered by those whose desires have been accomplished The Louisville Colonels will play Greensburg next Saturday on the grounds of the latter Several Columbia players will be in the game A large crowd from this place and out in the county will witness the game For Watkins remedies call on Mrs Bruce Montgomery or J H Pelley Co lumbia Kyor Porter Murrell Cray craft Willie Huchison Cane Valley You can see me on the square every Monday and every Saturday 263t J B Grant Geo W Cook purchased of R F Paull 7 acres of ground on the right hand side of Greensbug road onehalf mile from Columbia for 400 Mr Cook will erect a cottage at once Staves Wanted 111tornow on our yard at Columbia Ky For A1 J BrI Staves 22 in long 4J in clear of sap Ig in on hear tr made of good sound 251perlong all staves that fall under 4J in clear of sap will be classed as No 2 staves we will pay 15 per m 462t Respt Elrod Co Mr John Henson and Mrs Sallie Bird were married at Gadberry this county last Thursday night Both the groom and bride had been twice mar ned before Mr and Mrs S C Hood desire to return their heartfelt thanks to their many friends who so kindly waited up on their son Averitt during his illness terminating in death Everything that kind neighbors could do was done Wanted Manfor wood turning lathe Apply E L Sinclair Columbia Ky 462t Read the adof Russell Co in todays paper They are offering bar gainsS NM Tutt has purchased a farm 100 acres of John C Calhoun upon which the latter resides near Milltown for 2000 We desire to thank the friends and relatives for their kindness to us during the sickness and death of our dear hus band and father Mrs Eliza Wilson and children Aaron Smith of color was givena trial last week upon a charge of ma licious cutting It wilj be remembered that he cut Will Yarberry in several places at the Fair Grounds one year ago last August The case was given to the jury last Thursday morning but an agreement was not reached Ten were for an acquittal and two for a fine df fifty dollars Ballard Russell who have opened a general grocery store in Cravens old Stand have a COIiSpi ious duin the News this Week Read what they have to say and call and see them The BItte Jim CoaL- I keep a large quantity of the Blue Jim Coalas good as ever used in a grate I also keep other grades and make the price as low as possible Give me you prde for Winter use and amdveit at your leisure 34tllr c iFhlllmu ICampbellsvilIe Ky lL Li 7ForSsle ft j Myrcidenc m Qplumbiij ltii ttworooms goodWj l PfiJC garden Loeation nltit t p 471t k MrsS Ert- The1wIling f ofIfK JJOhrIt Sharp nearAnraidiilleWis eriiiiSd by fir lzc Suiday ntht1t ii nw4drab1- i5IL J iif rt qr I tt r rl Victory for Russell Springs Russell Springs crossed bats with Ozark last Saturday Sept 25 and beat them to the tune of 10 to 3 Some of the Ozark boys treated the Russell Springs boys with respect but we are sorry to say that our boys didnot receive the treatment that was due them The twirler Harlan Richards did fine work in the box by putting down ten of Adair Countys best batters He was well backed by Rosenfield our catcher If Millard Young has not yet caught onto the trick worked on him by Isbell and Rosenfied just ask Tom Holladay Only one ball was knocked to the field which was well handled by Wilson- A fair example of Russell Rprings batting was done by Wilson and Aaron who made more than all the Ozark boys to gether Isbells work on first was a great feature of thegameSOur third baseman Dunbar made the longest hit made and had great effectIThe Ozark twirler Tom Holladay did exciting work on the slab allowing Russell Springs ten runs and fifteeiw hitsBert Epperson the professional Un pire did great work after the game was over We invite Ozark to our ball ground in the future and promise to show them an honest game A Player Miss Lina Rosenfield is the Librarian at the LindseyWilson having accepted the position last week Millinery on Display Mrs Cecil Hurt and Mrs Emma Euv bank are now busily engaged getting ready for their millinery opening which will be Thursday of this week They have purchased one of the nicest lines the people of Columbia will ever have the pleasure from which to mke selec tions Their trimmer Miss Koelscb who made such an enviable reputation last year is with thrm thjs season The ladies are invited to call Thurs dayji The American Association baseball season closed with Louisyille the pen nant winner and Milwaukee in second place Louisville won and lost in a dou bleheader with Kansas City Sunday the Louisville nineDuring season won tythree and lost seventyfive games finishing with a perceutage of 554 I fl Major Nelson on TrialrJn i The trial of Major Nelson of colory1 charged with detaining a woman was commenced this morning There are quite a number of witness and the trial will probably not be concluded before tomorrow afternoon It will take all this forenoon to make up the jury Since the arrest of Nelson he has been languishing in the Louisville jail He was returned to this place Monday bTttDeputy Sheriff A D Patteson r j Russell Springs X r We are glad to note that the health of our community is much better at this writing A large number of people from our county attended the State Fair and re oort a good timeSThe health officer of Russell county has closed the schools in Russell Springs t on account of diptheria Mr Leonard S Wilson of this city made a very pleasant call in Columbia last Monday to see PowersSu t Harlan Richards of Eddyville is vis iting his father and mother near Rus sell Springs Charles Gregory who has been at in Russell Springs has home in Steubenville ltendingSChOOI his brothers illness Epperson has been vjsftSLincoln county for the last few days tIMr Irvin tsbell of this place wasafc- j i Creelsboro the first of last week 1All the teachers in Educational di number 3 will meet at Fairviewr Oct 2 Many question will be dil cussed which are invaluable to teacherf HHWade of Hustonville baa beenvisitng friends and relatives inSHuawell county v j Irvin Isbell is another one of thr boys who went to Columbia to hear tbfcj 11 lectare Irvin forgot about the date Kfbr Powers in Russell county next day t v V Sullivan visited our merchant tr tfirst of ift8wei Our merchants MK J n Sullivan ndHIIi toiTe Tiiw a fo i j traUhl i y 1J f Btieeis ao rig t F r t C jJiif IIISpvxto1iTL t 1t 4M4S tl f J 1ir t CtqrbP r rS1t 1t Thf t T rvp 7r k t rVVTHE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS 1 r l Circles Politicians are seldom what they screamV The too tender heart is the worlds pin cushion A friend in need is a friend we usually shunVV What is success Only failure with a fresh coat of paint I An American is never so ener getic as when he tries to be idle Tell the world you are tired of life and the world is tired of you What you call temper in your wife you call temperament in yourself A man is never so utterly un original as when he is lovemaking or praying t iPut a beggar on horseback and hell ride to the first place where he can sell the horse Short Stops A good many of us have alnbiI tionand dont know what to do with it A man can be a weather proph et but no man cares to guess on fashiOnsVwomens No matter how many mistakes some men make they always have a good excuse ready beforehand The man with two wives is always censured twice as much as either of the wives A great many big deeds are credited to ambition when vamV- ty is the moving cause While Ponce de Leon was hunt ing the fountain of youth no doubt his wife was visiting the beauty specialist and the hair storesVThe man who sends youa gift horse is always asking you how you like its teeth anyway There are as big fish in the sea as ever were caught because the big fish always get away Eli Timms has decided that all matter is a manifestation of mind buthe has so far been unable to- think a ton of coal into his bin After a man has been cured of dyspepsia he begins experiment ing with welsh rabbits and lob stei salad just as a divorced man prices engagement rings again l The Future of Dairying The iucreasing demand for milk indicates that there is money ahead for the wise dairyman Go9d cows require the attention of a good man i n order to be profitable Abundant food eon genialstables and kind treatment ate essential When these can be assured fill up the stables with high grade cows and success is yours Remember that the low atianyaily eiuiowedwith dairy capacity js always a powerful facto for t gDoi upon the farm Hie sire js1 often much more than half the herJuid thr6u h his Duvity tff breeding the profitable cow mu5t aiwaj s be sought Short Essay on Eft jsfe ysr C I dont knoviiloepa f per i came to be in h ordJ dQt tfciftk t Gud d itlrJ hcit aythiag toS ibabcn im ar p diors in th t JJ t thinktlie editor is J1eof them ijtsiiig links i U lCaj3 f Uycd it e buj ti trf FQI tM anIW 1 1j he ever dies I never saw a dead one had never heard of one getting licked If the editor makes a mistake people say he ought to be hung but if a doctor makes anymistake he buries them and folks dassent say nothing be cause doctors can read and write Latin When the editor makes a mistake there is a lawsuit and swearing and a big fuss but if a doctor makes one there is a fun eral cut flowers and perfect si enceA doctor can use a word a mile long without anybody knowing what it means but it the editor uses one he has to spell it It the doctor goes to see another mans wife he charges for the visit but if the editor goes he gets a charge of buckshot When the doctor gets drunk it is a case of being over come by the heat and if he dies its from heart trouble when an editor gets drunk it is a plain case of too much booze and when he dies it is from a cause too dis graceful to speak of Any old college can make a doctor an ed itor has to be born Rapid River Rustler 4 The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels per fect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters if week run down or sickly Only 50c Guaran teed by Paull Drug Co The tme is near at hand when more attention will be universally given to net proceeds thanhas been done The professional poul tryman has been keeping books with his biddies but it is the ex ception that the farmer keeps any account of the expense or income from his fowls IfJhe did there would be a greater improvement in the farm fowls Feeding Cattle ScarceV Good quality feeding cattle are as scarce among marketings at all points at this time as were a few months ago ThoseI who have wellbred young steers evidently feel that they are worth more at home with a record corn crop in course of growth than markets says Drovers7 Journal Feeder cattle buyers are con fronted with a situation which possibly many had not anticipa ted Those who did not stock their pasturers with the relative ly cheap steers available a few months ago and who now come to market loooking for good qual ity kinds find that such gradesI can only be bought by with killers and paying killers prides 4 short time ago both I corn and feeding tjattievvore con sidered too high iji pride A few i weeks hened theV feeders may not soplo considers corn valiies iutm jiyjae6 a much higher cost of feeding steers p It wilIia7 anrojp o take sprr Rauis t prcpare a lace wh r- ctbock i tehfJ11Y leshut WJ 5cin the lu1letsW1th ni tdrJ-n y krag Qjj iir IJ o s trt- hepnlktsLroTithi1eqt 1 et to grow as try should UJl less the birds ai i1i9ti9 1Jir for sal tS- pays bte tlt jjit 9 betti tbel1 th c kerel iil vyhcnJbey weign tw6 gftuuus tharilitddeslt J to i INlM Mjg ffiv tiCy Vh- aslA kt rn e r U1I ii Hff i i iIini y FADED PRINT ir I i Eradicating Sheep Scab The meeting of sheep breeders at the fairgrounds was the most largely attended convention of the week The vital question before the meeting was to devise ways and means for eradicating the scabbies from the sheep of the State and of securing an eari ly removal of the government quarantine which noW rests over us There was some disposition among some of the attendants ofI the meeting to air their views about details at more length than was profitable Gov Wilson d dressed the meeting and while modestly disclaiming any knowl edgel the sheep industry he pledged himself to cooperate with breeders in an effort to have the quarantine removed Addresses were also made by W T Chilton Secretary of the Sheep Breeders Association Mr McKee VicePresident JW Newman Secretary of the State Fair Senator Froman Dr Mc Cormick and others VAt the conclusion of the discussion a resolution was unanimously V passed urging all sheep men to dip their sheep and ap pointing committee to draft a bill to be presented to the next Legislature which would make our State laws conform to the requirements of the National government on the subject We will publish this resolution in fullI next weekF H Journal 4 farm NotesV Overfeed may be badbut un derfeed is still worse Keep the young animals grow ing Little chance of overfeed ingOne good cultivation during a dry spell is as effective as a shower Try itVStick to your job The farmer is the most independent of any class of workman Hogs thrive best when allowed to graze It is economy to provide suitable fenced fields A bit of woodland fenced in with the pasture provides the ideal condition for the stock In sections too far north for crimson clover barley and Canada peas make a good cover crop Borax and sugar dissolved in boiling water and placed where ants are troublesome will drive them away The sow with young hogs should never be pastured with other large hogs It means trouble with probable loss It is better to spread lime Over the field to be so treated a week or two before putting in the wheat or rye The drill can be used in spreading lime I Tobacco waste and salt mixed in proportions of about oiie fait tobacco to five of salt shpuld be kept beloreVthe sheep at all femes tsov they can frelp jhems8lvesy WJferetliis igdonev there is nct trouble fom tqmach worms The wise dairymaid Praises his h o s 17 F E of t cows th iri1e r are v raised t rTcit botgl4t L1 J1 9YhBhPG l pi a duringtlie r hpcdaysV rL bfeal ratioiis and cojithiodi rdidtiVFilLhy tipijglik ta J sure b- hr 1t11cl m lf hQg Keapthings clean 1 tf 1Xi f 7l f- J Il TfrJ11ffl i 1itthLb1 eti oible kz- Jr d r 1tj rj uurrj 1 u i pense to raise a blooded animal than it is to raise a scrubV Poultry confined to a run must have green food supplied them if they are going to thrive The mouse in the granary is a visitor which the thrifty farmer will not suffer to remain The nearer poult y can be kept the natural state the hardier they will be and the greater profit they will return Been swimming or fishing this summer Take a half days off and go with the boys It will bring dad and the boys closer to gether High prices encourage sheep raising but dont jump into the buiness too brashly Begin in a small way and work up Buy a few ewes and a good ram It is the thriftless farmer who is certain that farming does not pay Neither would any other business pay handled in the same way as he does the farming Revival of An Old Style Ones of the new bracelets that is attracting attention is a band of gold from a half inch to an inch wide either heavily engrav or covered witha pattern of black or colored enemal The younger generation looks at these bracelets with envious eyes for they are not cheap but occasionally a clever girl realizes most novelties are only old things come again She remembers that in her grandmother or mothers jewel case she has seen a bracelet al most identical with the new one her wealthy friend is sporting with such pleasure Straightway it is claimed as her perquisite be fore another member of the fam ily awakes to its desirabilty- If you have ancestors even un to one generationof people who could afford bracelets it behooves you to ransack the box where discarded trinkets are kept You will probably come upon the very newest thing in bracelets for this particular style was popular in the middle of the lastoentury VAnhe considered a good joke on his mother by advertising in her name for a husband He is now being wolloped by a good stout stepfather the surprised but not at all frustrated mother having annexed thefirst manthat came along and doing well at that as the neighbors all allowed You can do anything in this world thatis doable by proper adver tising In a speech at St Paul Presi dent Taft paid high tribute to Gov Johnson saying he joined tJn the prayers that his life be saved The president said the goveapr was a man State and nation o14tafiordI to 1osand added His ability his great colrageandhJs corri Inn sense dan nor be spared He is too yaljaablB to the people of ris State and the people of hle rialiqn whovdoubiless willJnfj stt in the tune ihafe he shall Jserve ihemV v The hir hdayqfPresidehtW- ilUatniTaft Sptenket15 as lrEIDe tr r rbStniin Ea War gi wib snt tfie Hon Htht1r Viith his h1 ser of ereniestjtheAr- ntirican Bmb Ssy with the re- uet thi hisnajestys inerc- ngratii1ationS Jbe eonved ttie Presider l Mr TaWs reply ed u ID 1ha ilIlJa u1 JI t4 fc iiiil f TiS7 1 l Gt IITaking the Census Washington D C Sept 18 About sixtyfive thousand enumerators will be needed for the thirteenth decenial census of the United States and also of Hawaii and Porto Rico according to es CensusjDirector Chas S Stone of the census bureau in whose division the encumerators districts are de fined and fixed This is an in crease of about 11000 over the number of schedulecarriers in the census of 1900 VDirectorthat the per diem in 1900 accord ing ta the provisions of section 16 of the act approved March 3 1899 were required to work ten hours a day but in the act pro viding for the thirteenth and subsequent decennial census the time is fixed at 9 hours a day This reduction in the daily hours Will require an additional num of enumerators in the proportons of the country in which the per diem rates will prevailtThe present census law re quires that the enumeration of the population shall be taken as of the 15th day of April 1910 and the enumerators must for ward their returns to the super visors except that in any city having 5000 inhabitants or more at the preceding census the enu meration shall be completed within two weeks In looking over the details of the estimates Oklahoma and Washington are conspicuous as they will call for about a 300 percent increase over the 1900 force of enumerators Pennsylvania will continue in the leadership having slightly the largest number of enumera tors the 1910 force being esti mated at 5200 against 4720 in 1900 New York is s cond with a probable 5000 for 1910 as com pared with 4541 and 1900 Next will come Illinois then Ohio Texas Missouri Massachaetts Indiana Michigan Minnesota and California all needing 2000 or more enumerators each Kentucky will need about 1600 enumerators In 1900 1329 werE used Ohio h produced the champion mean man Imperial Texas sought the dubious honor pre senting three candidates The first will not drink as much water as he wants unless it is out of another mans well The second makes his family write small so as to save in ink and the third stopped his clock to prevent theworks from wearing out Ohios niggard hero who lives in Athens county but whoV has imitative relatives where refuses to take the daily paper because r of the strain on his spectacles through reading it Cinciiiriati Enquirer I ICPVVVV jNeJsr Qt4s I i Art eapl qUakex occiired afc Granada Spain causing greai alaVraTbutofar as is known nd xv Damage was done v JjjjijijberlandwiJi Ke heldin Qhatta fiiabffa on Gtetbbeij 18 arid 14 f Tha stref1 cat m l1hf til1- ancl Counckl i3Iuf1s vht oh- Sundyt ocer viges ot- ditions t and hourseinp1ornent r ii r1eS1 Natlivs c 1SiiU31 t 1 1f tt f O1tIilifbt Naconal 1lbEQW ti I 2 1l t 1J 1ltX 9t IPIJI f J iJ lirI 3 i 9 iiI IIt ville died suddenly following aii attack of acute indigestion Mgr Falconio the apostolic delegate to the United StatesV reviewed a parade ofythe Central Verein in VIdid1iThere were 10000 persons inline The fortieth anniversity of the4 founding of the prohibition party will be celebrated at Chicago A parade of 100 OOO1 prohibitionists is planned r The police records of Nashville show an average of sixand two i sevenths arrests per day for I drunkenness since the prohibi tion law went into effectipn July 11 this yearVAnother 2000 was senty the American National Red Cross Society to American Consult Kenna at Montery Mex to be used for the benefit of the flood sufferersThe of Charles T Gibson at Youngstown 0 was dynamited Mr Gibson is gener al manager of a sheet and tint plate mill at which a strike is inf progressBishop William George Mc Closkey for 41 years head of the diocese of Louisville and the oldest bishop in the hierarchy of the Catholic Church in America died at the Preston Park Seminray in Louisville At Taylorsville burglars en tered the depot and carried off l the safe which is a small one weighing about 300 pounds In it were checks money orders and about 80 in money besides milk tickets excursoin tickets school tickets family tickets and several 1000mile tickets Placarding the neighborhood with warnings that unless the three white men who locatedin the strictlyeNegro town of Taft Okla last week left town im mediately death would betheir punishment Negroes dynamiteV the store of one of the whites in that town The white merchants declare they will remain 5OfrVV Up Goes Price of Meat v Present high prices of meats with the prospects of another ad vance of two or three cents a pound before the snow falls SU- ggests that there will be a genrV al revision of familybills of fare isInot afford to have meat oftener than two or three times a week andamong the poorer classes beef and pork are now regard d as luxuries What is to be done if prices soar higher In these days meat is notir garded as essential as ifcvras Ntendencyt Ier foods a sort of vegeafei tendency We are not eJ Snems o t thso called vegetarian ditt system iievertheles it 1our ojHni4ix tht it could tie profhable adopted ia rational way as a r means of reducing the dost o diving datthesame tie with r out detriment the health of in dvlua1 r 1rSH of a dtetHhjit wit eXClUlethe dajy eating pfm a ffnal1YrePQtriblephysiclans ar J1l t li iWei 8 t htt iiN ill itpg JiuclmtF r his is uridtthted1y tri ald 9n qUe1ilfj i fthe inathph 4pskof he fPQrk vSlSmuuoa yiIleO1eIU to at Tes inea 1tlfe fliiiut1a tisj a JSji t g b H illlil2t im9n Yi Sibuy bp iUijl tJig iippiip1 S cp iiirWagn3 ixsrlliiiiJ 1i pntt ijFlijits ly AA i j f f r V Vi1 0 i t r j ff THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 ladies This is For You Alchohol is better than water to clean glass Porcelain pans may be whiten ed by adding borax to hot water Rice water may be used t o i starch the finest lingerie garments I 4APA1Y a raw onion to the sting i cof a wasp or bee tor stop the pain l A panama hat can be greatly t whitened by rubbing it with corn= meal Cold lamb is much improved by having a cream dressing pour ed over it punches of sweet clover hung in the closet will it is said to keep away moths Borax may be used to set black or black and white cotton goods for washing Nearly any salad can be im proved by sprinkling it lightly with pulverised sugar Anemic children will b bene fitted if rubbed all over with olive oil after each meal Meat will not brown quickly and will burn if a pan of water is placed in the oven IIced tea is improved in flavor if a dozen cloves are allowed to soak in it for a few minutes To remove an ink spot from the fingers moisten it and touch it with sulphur end of a match Rust stains may be removed from white goods by applying lemon juice and salt to the spot Flowers dipped in or gently painted with melted white wax will remain as if fresh for a long timeShaving magnesia is a good substitute for talcum as it is harmless and does not adhere to the skin An excellent cement for mending china may be made by mix ing plaster with gumarabic and waterThe addition of a beaten egg to the mashed potatos used for cakes will be found worth iipotato Corn rice mixed with shredded cocoanut and a welL beaten egg is very palatable when made into flitters To clean marble take two parts of pumic and one of salt all in powder and mix in a paste with water Steel knives that are not in general use can be kept from rusting by rubbing them with ae strong solution of soda Stains and discolorations o n tinware can be removed by dip ping a damp cloth in common soda and rubbing briskly I Epsom salts dissolved in hot water and applied to a window with a brush will give it the appearance of ground glass The suggestion of Gov Sanders of Louisianna to the Governors of other States that they urge the farmers to hold their cotton for higher prices is ap- parentlY meeting with favor among the majority of these ex ecutives Several responses have been received at the executive offices at BatonSouge sanction ing the views of Gov Sanders and promising perhaps similar proclamations Gov Sanders recently issued ah address urg byinthe planters of Louisiana TT neYl8OOO poultry exhibi twit building is being erected on Xj l rf- r the grounds of the Utah State Fair Asspciation at Salt Lake The building will be constructed entirely of steel concrete and glass 67x80 feet and will be one of the finest buildings of the land in the United States The equip ment will require an additional outlay of 1300 A Civil Question A Question now we would propound For your consideration Can everybody and the boys All thrive on education Though be it wise or otherwise Theres some prepared to try it But in the end you may depend Theyl find it feeble diet When all our creature comforts fall As manna for the wishing The young folks then can stay in school The old ones go to fishing They tell us times are out of joint That labors growing crazy With not enough sustaining stuff For all the lame and lazy When Johnie learns like Maryslamb To violate the rule The old man yields the lucre up And John goes off to school When hes out promenading now Youd think hes on a race He goes a kind of cross between A fox trot and a pace At baseball he is uptodate On farming he is flippint For Johnie wouldnt smite the earth To slay deadly serpent The old folks strive to hold the fort While hes away in college ibor well they know that our John Is being crammed full of knowlege Theyre like the dear old Dame who thought Booklarim usessard And wanted all her gals she said To larn the gramanaryI J T Jones Montpelier Ky Farm and Garden Notes How about the ground youre going to sow with alfalfa this fall It is better to sow rutabaga turnips in rows than broadcast Apple culture in Texas should be developed more assiduously Rotation must be practiced in the garden or truck field to ob tain the best results Black Winter or Spanish rad ishes should be sown in August or September with turnips He who lets the weeds go to seed this month is storing up for himself infinite touble next year It has been said that weeds are the devils flower Certain it is that they play the mischief with a crop A fall crop of potatoes will be found profitable if the grower has kept his land in good tilth during the summer The eighth annual convention of the National Nut Growers as sociation will be held at Albany Ga October 12 13 and 14 1609 All decaying cabbage should be dug upand destroyed Black rot and other fungus diseases and insect pests will thus beheld back All rubbish should be removed from the garden before it is plowed Debris of any sort is annoying and interferes with cultivation O The strawberry beds set out in early fallthe earlier the better =make the larger crop of berries Plants should have sufficient moisture It is necessary at times to use the garden hose in order to supply them with the needed moisture The success of the fruit grow er depends very largely upon his judgment in selecting and his skill in the management of the soil upon which he grows his crops So important is the soil that successor failure depends upon the growers industry anc skill in its management V 4 If i r I v PROGRAM VIsThe Following is a Programof the Teachers Association at Anti och Saturday October 2nd 1909 Music rr Invocation Roll callto which all the Teachers in Educational Division No 2 are expected to respond Welcome AddressDallas FirI quinResponseT A Strange Why Teachers FailAlvin Ros sonThe Advantage of Literature in the Public Schools R L CampbellThe of Better Teachers in our Common Schools=Jacob Reece and Even Thurman NOON Jiow to Teach Pure English Miss Nannie B Rowe and Miss Ethel Moore The Means of Securing Good Order Charlie Harness Tilford Petty and Walter Taylor What is Meant b Y- EducationMiss Method in Estelle Willis and Zella Field Why is Professional Training Helpful to TeachersProf R R Moss Its Importance Mrs Georgia R Shelton How May Geography be Ap PliedMiss Maggie Walker Arithmetic Miss Mamye Mo ranGrammarMiss Carrie Brad shawThe Influence of environment on Language of ChildrenMiss PearlHindllanand Eldridge Bar gerDaily PreparationMiss Hal lie Rodgers and Miss Agness Conover i Doxology Griders Storea f We are still having plenty of dry hot weatner J W Rexroat fos a good work mule one day last week we con sider it a great loss for Mr Rex roat had refused 200 forth mule it was running and struck against a Elbert snagIof six year old work mules from Mr Wean of Webbs X Roads price unknown Logan Absher still remains in a bad shape Several from here went to Columbia Monday A large crowd of the young people attended society at Liberty last Friday night and all report a nice time Bro Gailor preached his last sermon at French Valley lastSun day for this year we hope to have him back K Several of the young people expect to attend the teachers as sociation at Freedom next Saturday t Once in a while we can see a candidate slipping round James Darnell trackn of land fromMont Powell for a good price The French Valley boys met the Blair school house boys again last Saturday afternoon for an other ball game as the Valley boys are sorry for the Blair boys we wont mention any farther t GiflDofflfGotdWorK Thfetifefprm school for boys jAi l j M Ii t i Bucks county Pennsylvania isl LUCy1Burd 100 untrained unmanageable boys in the last five years and all have become useful and industrious Some have enlisted n the navy others have gone into manual training schools and some have become farmers Z3BCJ 3G80B00E38E3 M E JONES a 0 ETERINARy SURGEON DEMIST 1 II a a Special attention given to Dentistry and heirto II professionallyCo Phone Residence 96 COLUMBIA s KY 3BE3000G 3E38E3BQ u Measured in liaise Power When the steam engine was f basisIseemed entirely natural that its power should be expressed in terms of the effort of a horse and suggestionSflor The engines of today have their power expressed in termsI of thousands of horses an r power is distributed and applied very largely by means of elec tricity this method permitting both a convenient distribution and unequaled facility in control and manipulation The horsepower is expressed in terms of foot pounds or in other words by means of the i idea of lifting a weight and it is to the lifting r of weights that electrically transmitted power has been most effectively applied Gassier s Magazine Go With a Rush The demand for that wonderful Stom ach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings LifePillsisastoundingsay the like Its because they never fail to cure Sour Stomach Constipation Indi gestion Billiousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c at Paull Drugo Wednesday evening shortly after 6 oclock Danville people ob served a large yellow balloon passing over the eastern end of the town The balloon started from Dayton Ohio at 6 3Q oclock Wednesday morning and landed near the Shelby farm in the vicinity of Mor land Wednesday night about 8 oclock Two Dayton men made the trip in the bal 1001They came down within talking distance at the farm of Mr Nelson May on the Lex ington pike Mr George Robin son of this city talked with the men and they told him thatthey were from Dayton Ohio After landing at Morelanti the men talked freely They said they knew when ystrl1ck Kentucky by the fact the people began shooting a them and for thatJ reason they were forced to re main several hundred feet in the air Many shots were fired at them in the City and several dove hunters in the Lexington pike locality pumped few charges of shot at them The balloonists stated that as they crossed Kentucky river a man in a ferry boat took deliberate aim at them and that they had a narrow escape at that O ntaThet left yesterday afternoon for their home in Dayton Danville Ad vocateA f I If UIUtJt U JOHN a HOBSONj l GREENSSl1RG ENTl1 Y t nas E ou9h r tr Pioniei Wite FenceS f t4if v The Stay wires on this fence are so L attached that they cant slip on the Line Wires The Harder You Pull the Tighter it Gets ENOUGH i a Poultry getting Ito fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farmin the two counties and dont forget the 97 kinds of Wallf Paper advertised in recent issues of The News 1 odaoe 6 + ++ + 4 i HORD RICE + DEALERS INIi HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES 1 RUBBER TIRES tBLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION l WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALLdCAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY eeesom o e a + s- LUMBER We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest Pstern and we can meet all reasonable de= mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32 = 4 32= 3 and 59 = AIGRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE r See my Stock oftF GENERAL MERCHANDISE v Pfodtiee Wanted WL SIMMONS KENTUCKVrfUM13L1 National Loss In the early dawn of today Gov Johnson of Minnesota passed totfiis reward Born some fortyodd years ago of Swedish ofbwhich he was three times Governor a Yorker from childhood pursuing his studies under conditions the most arduous John A Johnson was to illustrate the extraordina ry prerogatives of this new American land in which his peo pIe had made their home From the first he evinced rare cPa bility and a rare industry age n ius for touching the life and the sympathies of his fellowmen at many and various points such a grasp of affairsso clear and well balanced an outlook as to ber des ignated ineVitably as arbiter in many a vexed situation In stature and appearance Gov Johnson was typical of the stur d race from which he run i tirrdti t The very lowliness of his begininings the very handicaps of his start were never lost sight of in t the dignity of his office which he held clean and high as a trus tee of the people the cause of freedom and humanity was his cause and recognition of his championship of the West sometimes is open defiance of the East drew to him the iufr frages of the electorate without regard to party lines It hapt pened thus that Gov Johnson a militant Democrat was thrice chosen as Cheif Executive of aj typically Republican State x With Harmon of Ohio and Marshall of Indiana he was part of that newer hope from which the party had such good cause to augur uplift and encouragement less a scholar than the one more tolerant than the otherhe preacti ed l a doctrine of emancipation I frotiiShams and shakles which nitedJllraic rd87LQU Tiroes + j t r T jl rt i tit T 1 t ti Jr fft J t THE AOAIR COUNTY NEWS u J JrOJ 10 Q 00 clIJI 0 0 0 OJ1 = COi EI- If You are = Going to Sow Wheat This Fall YOU WILL WANT TO SEE ME AND BUY t Ii f oJ Globe Fertilizer an Empire Wheat Drill 0 ilboLR CHELFr KNIFLEY KYYoOJ 10J OJ JI8J1J oio1e ft AII tibe Mm titoittttg jfrt Published Every Wednesday BY THE t AdairCounty News Company INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests li the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties rtared at the Columbia Fostoffice as second elan mail matter J C4j0a WED SEET 29 1909 rrr r N M NTSl r rrc rr rrr- r FOR CI CUIT COURT CLERK j4rare authorized to aiirioucetG P fii Burress a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair County subject to theaction of the Democratic party FOR JAILER t 4Cr L V We are authorized to announce C G Jeffries a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party 1 We are authorized to announce A Ar Miller a candidate for Jailer of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR MAGISTRATEI I am a candidate for magistrate in the sixth District of Adair county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party J M Willis J ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC COM rr MITTEE L t Inv accordance to a published announcement the Democratic Committee for Adair county met in Columbia last Saturday after noon for the purpose of naming candidates for county offices The committee convened at 130 and discussed various gentlemen whose names had been mention ed for position some of whom being avowed candidates After deliberating until 5 oclock the committee decided that it would name only two candidates and Mr Gordon Montgomery for County Attorney and Mr Walker Bryant for County Court Clerk were unanimously nominated After the nominations were made Messrs Montgomery and Bryant were escorted to the Committee room where they gracefully accepted the n minaI dons Candidates for ot sitions also appeared before they Committee stating that they were for the good of the party and that the action of the com mitteemen was perfectly satis factory Thecommittee then ad journed peace and harmony pre vailing In our judgment the Commit tee showed its wisdom is selectI s ing Mr Montgomery Bryant as they are both elegant gentlemen well fitted for the positions they are now seeking r Mr Montgomery is a son of Hon Jas F Montgomery and is a law yer of recognized ability A man i who thinksa who has opinfens X and IS afraid to express i r them He was reared in Colum I ft bia and from his youth he has 1 f stood for the right on e i Wpubi r f 1jr t tV jdH Jfi tr n lie question which has come be fore the county and town No man questions his qualifications and no man doubts but he would make a most watchful County Attorney Mr Montgomery will go over the county in the next few weeks and the voters will hear him on the affairs of the county and needs neccessary to make it more prosperous There is not a better known manin Adair county than Wal ker Bryant He stands high as- a business man and is wellfitted for the office of County Court Clerk He is a gentleman of the strictest integrity and is popular county lie pro throughouttoconduct his canvass UP- on high plane He will jeek votes upon his merits and will be thankful to those who will aid him by their suffrage in securing his election It rtSs only about five weeks UfttjLrthe ISovemberx c election but within that time Mr Montgomery ai d 3Ir Bryant hopes to see tevery voter in Adair 1 county The delivery o f his lecture Right upon the Scaffold and wrong Thronethrou-ghout this part of the Eleventh Congressional District is evidence that Mr Powers seeks to ascertain the feeling of his partywithawiew of entering the political contest for a seat in 8rCongress It is also a fact that RepublicansIcounty as other sections are desirous of his entry into the political situation and would doubtless use all their en ergy and sagacity to make him a winner over any other Republi can who might seek that posi tion but regardless of the fact that the majority of his party in these counties are with him yet it is a stubborn truth that he would have intelligent active and unrelenting opposition from substantial Republicans should he enter the fight It is not our purpose to do Mr Powers an in justice nor to accuse his special friends and supporters of bad motives but to speak plainly hi entry into the political interests of this District would open afresh the troubles of the t past and instead of advancing the peace and prosperity of the people would evidently excite the passions and prejudices arid broaden the breech which has existed for isIIa political play that his lecture seeks to strengthen partisan sympathy and more firmly en graft himself into the good graces and efforts pf Republicans to heroize and reward can hardly be doubted It is not our purpose to engage Jn Republican fight br jt is iapC our business+ n interVests bufliving hoping and trust ling that the dark shadows that hovered ourt State and- o district for several years may speedily pass into forget 0 d j fulness and that Kentucky may soon be in the embrace of politi cal peace and Upright official con duct we dislike to see any move that tends to the opposite It is not a matter whether Mr Pow ers is what he claims amartyr or a party to an assassination the people are divided as to his guilt or innocence as to his prosecution or persecution and no election can remove or produce a change in public sentiment He could only be vindicated through evidence proving innocence beforea trial court This has been eliminated by Executive clemency His admirers ought to consider the good of the district first and personal pref ference second They can not Tiif fail tosee that his candidacy I means factional trouble in their own party and a reopening of the Goebel murder charges withal its bitterness and tthat no 4- good can possibly come from t such a fight A victdry would not mean vindication bit mere ly the strength of factional pow er and leave his party divided and the district i n turmoil M- There are many able Pepubli cans in the district wlipise rec elecI the Republican leaders truly havVthe1 good of the country at heart Jf they cherish jieace asaJblessing then Mr Powers sh be told to pursue an aiocationoff a civilian His candidacy will prove an expensive luxury for the leaders who shoulder his cause It will prove ai mistake for his party and in thrend dis appointment for himself His Pparty has already done wore for him than any other onefman in the State He is boundj to know that his entry into politics is the introduction of strife and the in telligentleaders and backers of his ambition should well weigh the moral importance of such a conflict That we should oppose his candidacy may well be ex pected but to be plain and fair to be clearly understood our protest would be forthcoming were he a Democrat This article is not prompted through hatred to Mr Powers but for love of the public peace No man regardless of affiliation or ability resting under di vided public sentiment whose record js stained with the ac cusation charged against him could get our support If this accusation is wrong it is most unfortunate for him if correct Jiis election would be a stain a black spot on the political morals of our district and State It is to be hoped that he will see the cost his candidacy will give the district and that his political friends will see that his electiqn can not vindicate and both yield for the public good i f The y tiontend redi Cook bsr the citizen of his home cife Bro1c1Y1tN Y s ai his arrival tra it v v 9kt v THE UC ananw on 0 Jfi J i 4 fWTants selltotli you one oft f x l s EMPIRE or HOOSIER jtfd WHEAT DRILLS v fi ri AMERICAN r FENCE I J Y ffiir ALSO ot i i i fJ BARBED and PLAIN WIRE FENCE 1i l if55 L lz y III JpI1cco1IVEsJ 1 1 iq1 r f J fi i You will make a mistake if you i do not buy now Everything t i that is made of Iron will surely advancerr T 1 1 t X f yt The BuchananLyon Co f incorporated CampbelisviHe Ky t JJ I there was wildv happy and joy ous His wife and children were the first to greet him in tHe early morning wneh Dr Cook was transferred at quarantine to a tug containing his family The meeting between them was ten der and affectionate Dr Cook Was transferred to the steamer Grand Republic on which a large number of his close friends wasWertD r t lianded in Brooklyn the crowds I were so large that the militia and police were barely able to keep down a ribt so eager were tttey too embrace the explorer Dr Cook was tendered a public reception at theBushwiclc Club andY Was lionized by his home people throughout the day Gov John A Johnson three times FS elected Governor dfi Min tF tr1r ii a ul nesota a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for President of the United States in 1908 and looked upon by many throughout the country as the probable DemI standardbearerin petal at RoChester Minn at 3 25 oclock Tuesday morning of last week following an operation J have a good Jersey cow for sale willereh in 30 days Price 65 J ORuaeell fwt lf ijfk p r Jjt U T 11i XLs I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r 5 C f 7 2 == 1 i liii entering th ir5Zlet tii f SINCLAIRS OLDStAND 1 db not fiei what l ask they placerit Remember J the r v i I The Famous JtipArtistic i t 2 50 d 1tJTq 11 f l t1 25 kt1r rask 4 1 i f I We have a large Stock of Ladies Tailored CoatSuits i embracing all the r New and Latest Shades at prices from 1250 to 2500l per =suit The fameoiufn Artistic LI fto t r lRussell Co T PERSONAL + Mr J M Campbell Pellyton was here Thursday Dr E A Waggener has been chilling for the past week Gov J R Hindman will attendthe Louisville Conference Rev A R Kasey was quite sick a few days of last week Mr Ray Montgomery is spending a few weeks in Louisville Mr B H Gil pin called to see urI merchants last Thursday Messrs J Aand Austin Wilmore Gradyville were here Sunday 6 Dr H W Cartwright was here from t Burkesville the first of the week Mr R C Jones cashier of the Caseys Creek Bank was here last Friday Mr N H W Aaron of the Monti cello bar is here attending court Mr J D Irvine a leading merchant of Creelsboro was here last Friday Mr J B Jones and wife have re turned from a visit to Green county rMrR H Durham returned from Elizabethtown last Friday afternoon hereRf painting Mr Brack Massies residence i Dr R Y Hindman has been quite sick for several days but is improving o rJ H Turk of Barren county is visiting relatives and friends in Colum blaof Mr Chas Bell and Miss Rosa Nell of Nell were in Columbia last Satur- dayr i Mrs Geo E Wilson and little son ft Davis visited at Portland apart of last i4 weekMr Gk W Moore Leona Kansas Ti ited relatrvesanthis county last Week RevsRf t i t t i j J I l II i f 1 7VIt j cJ N 4 rt A tiuciEM ENT1 i llB Ingram Sons f Y A buyer for this establishment has just returned from the market where a handsome Fall Stock of Goods was purchased and is now open for iri= spection Call see and get their prices on Dress Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Queensware Glassware Notions t Etc They also keep a full line of heavy Groceries and are selling at short profits 7 ji h j + C L Tally J A Johnson and J H Rood left for Henderson Ky Monday forenoon Mr Thos E Furlow an attorney of Louisiana was here afew days of last week Miss Minnie Triplett returned from Petoskey Michigan last Thursday night Hon Elzy Bertram candidate for the State Senate was here the first of the week MrH W Robinson attorney of Louis ville is here to defend Major Nelson of color Mrs L P Fletcher of Breeding made her first visit to this office last Friday Mrs TmieW lls Russell Springs is visiting at the home of J F Mont Tr Trgomery Mr J 0 Ewing and Mr P Sandidge attorneys of Burksville were here Monday night Rev R E Stevenson left for Conference Monday He expects to take work this year l v f1 Mrs Sallie Holladay of Montpelier visited at the home of Mr W F Jeff ries last Friday Mr ZM Samuell who has been in New Mexico for several months re turned last Friday Mr H F Iserman the Campbells ville tailor was here last Thursday taking orders for suits Mrs J R Hindman who has beer visiting in Louisville returned home last Thursday afternoon X Messrs W Pl Waddle and ALD Peters were here from Campbellsviile a day or two of last week Mr Elam Harris and mother Rus sell Springs visited at the home of Mr g a Smith two days of last week Rev LT Reeves left Monday foi his Alabama home carrying the besl wishes of the people this community Mrs Alice E Gray of Des Moines Iowa the first assistant teacher in the Graded School arrived last Thursday evening Mr C S Harris is still confined this o room but is improving The impression is ont that he has feyer whicl is a mistake Mrs J W Hurt who has been visit ing her daughter inJElida New Mexico for the past four months returnee home last Friday Messrs J C Carter candidate foi Circuit Judge J E Bryant J H Newman and T L Humble all oj Tompkinsville were here Monday IEofMr McBeath has sold his farm in Wayne county and is now looking for a location Miss Mollie Caldwell a popular young lady formerly of the Milltown country has accepted a position in Russell Cos store She invites the trade of her many friends Mr J 0 Miller left here this morn ing for the Transylvania College Lex ing on Ky He was accompanied by a brother and sister who will stop at the Danville D D School Mr W B Patterson sheriff of the county who was severely bitten by a hog ten days ago has recovered sufficiently to be ont of his room but his wounds are not entirely well i Hon Elzy Bertram candidate for the State Senate from this the 16th distract twill address the voters of Adair county at the courthouse next Mon day afternoon at 1 oclock fit l Born to the wife of John Chancy a boy Sept 27 J Be in town next Monday county court and hear Hon Elzy Bertram who is a candidate for the State Senate l LindseyIWilson LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on livestockHt i CATTLE I ShiPlis ij 51600 Beef steers J J 1 450525 Q25QOIBulls 84 32o360 Feeders p h koO450 p50400ChoiceCommon to fair cows X10004200 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 H 770785 Mediums 130 to 160 t W 7707 85 725740YSHEEP AND LAMBS Best Jambs Tir 625650 Culls y 300 350 t iif oVjooW vV ff 325400 Columbia Markets POULTRY Eggs v 18 ru eysI06Chickens I 10 r Ducks 05 jGRIN Wheat 100 Corn 80 I5StIOI3S FOR WOMEN 1 These shoes are distinctive We feel sure we have a line of footwear that will please everybody The cuts I shown here are correct in material workmanship and style r LetPS show you through our stock of footwear 11 7 RUSSELL OCX ifi d fj Ut 1 f IJ t tikl jt Jftos tf z K ONE ONLY THE rri it to 57 is in fat of in all WE THE Line from up fresh If we if Frank Jackman farm Cane Valley named Banlt 1650 ladies Stanford road Finder return office Pearl school S Hi until owing itthrea or morn Than irC it heavy hto abiioi di j i1 rJ imt tf 0 Everything thats new in it GENERAL MERCHANDISE Dress Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furn o ishings I I I 4 j t 1 I i i t TELEPHONE 92 PROMPT DELiVERY a e lrtve TO PIeae PRICE 16 OUNCES TO POUND If Its in the Grocery Line We have 2 i J Weare sole agents for Wilburiiiie Magic Saffcey Oil w Engelhards Roasted Coffee 15e 35c per pound 4 Heirizs Pure Food products varieties ROll dolph Bauers handmade Chocolates and lion Bons the finest packed f We carry a complete l neof California caniied gaolsM1 viz Apricots sliced Lemon Cling Peaches Aspar Y 4 Jt gl1S Etc Ow stock complete the line oftFA t 01J e1 wrocertes rfr f I such as French Peas Petit Poi Peas Graded Bhtinkv also the famous Hawaiian sliced Pineapple 4 JOUR CANNED MSftT DEPnRTMePIT iconsists Boiled Lobster Genuine Potted Ham Sardines tomato Sauce and others carried by Fancy Grocers II HAVE NATIONAL Biscuit Companys sInnerSeal Uneeda Biscuit complete These goods are always diptheria Etc u BRANDS OF FLOUR Souvenir Marvel and La Belle patents White Lily Rose staights sell i Guaranteed EJ f please you tell others not tell uslGIVE US A TRIAL i I Ballard Russell Tne New Grocers s At Cravens old Stand I sold his to the left of to a man for t LostA cloakon to this Breedings at IKiss s discontinued the 4th of October to scare Frotitfot the four ilp rio i wa e e Z i j t ass t r JllJt OUR Lily Everything we is rl i31E E3e31 if3 G a III Ii1 Yc1 ii t Wi i I TThFi Ti7 f L 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J F t 0 f N TIme Carl laeffectMonday Dec 31 190S SOUTHBOUND INLv LOUISVILtEl AB LEBANO Ho 27 700 am 942an 815 am 1004 an e 31N023 505 pm 740pc o 21 sibOprn1 1000 pc J 1o93 j 630 pm 900 pi NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON f AR Louisyiti o24 548am 750ar 078 732am 10d5ai o2S430pm 655 Tjlo22 6 8pm 815 liD Io92732am 1015 ai Nos 92 and 93 arelSunday trains only jc M WISEMAN SON i Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlens and Opticians r U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 W Market Bet 1st 2d Stisville KYr e Ss D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetion to Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any gical work done at fair prices 1 a well fixed to take care of stock Money due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE HALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMIAf POINTMENT T WILMORE HOTEl w M UHlipIOI E Prop It FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRfiDYlIILLe KY Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 i Dr t James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK II f COLUMBIA KENTUCKY It S Iunbar cntist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 1 COLUMBIA KENTUCK- Y j Joseph H Stone AttorncyAtLaw C Will practice in 1mmgcounties Jamestown Kentucky f I aItti l1PtMnwlatJ Y tMlli t Gdaei 1 tM s WitI t r IiIftcaal sihif jil r ir I c rsr aY j + J r r i a Bishop McCIosRexbeadrJ f Louisville Ky Sept17rThe Right Reverend Bishop William George McCloskey died here this1 morning at five minutes after seven oclock He was 86 years old the oldest hiermarchy He had no particular malady but old age had sapped his vitality and he really died of exhaustion He retained con sciousness till the last and his mind was as clear as a bell He was regarded as one of the mos brilliant prelates in thiscountry He was born in Brooklyn N Y and had been a bishop in the Catholic chufch for probably half a century The news that the grand old man was dead caused a tremor of sorrow not only among his own flock but throughout the Catholic world A Hurry Up Calla Quick Mr DruggistQuickA box of Bucklens Arnica SalveHeres a quarterFor the love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself terribly John nie cut his foot with an axe Mamies scaldedPa cant walk for piles Bil lie has boils and my corns ache She got it and soon cured all the family Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by Paull Drug Co Pointed Paragraphs A misery father makethan extravagant son Blessed are they who expect little for they usually get it A man seldom gets very angry when he has ony himself to blame trmand fail than never to have tried at all Ever notice how things that are none pf your business will interest you Any man may acquire a will of his own by hiring a lawyer to write it for him When a widow tells a man his e different thats his cue to sit up and take notice Unless you have a reputation as a fighter you cant afford to pose as a peacemaker Its awfully hard for a man to look sad when his wife is making reparations to spend a month in the country v Do your work a little betterto than the other fellow and some morning youll wake up and find yourseif his boss II Just about the time a man succeeds in accumulating all the money he wants the alarm clock gets busy and wakes him up Chicago Daily ewsI A Few Gems A good reputation is a mans best trademark Reputation is not what a man thinks of himself but what others think of him A mans estimate of himself isnt apt to pass current Most men would put the value far too high t Some few would put it too loW Generally the estimate Js inverse ratio to the values An Jublcmay be trusted to strike a just level When it is1 almounced that a new miracle working device has been invented the world is skeptical If it is stated that Edison the inventorskepjedta faith J liltj1 i jN p W 1 OtlSjJicarce Lli 1 j t J a remembered by a succeeding generation considered himself the greatest American poet That was Willis estimate eBHolmes set themselves upon no pedestal but their reputations were and are secure They rest upon the estimate of the public In the reputation of the Wizard of Mento the public puts its trust We can build but we cannot tpThe Illinois State Food Inspector has sent a warning to egg dealers as well as farmers and poultrymen throughout the State that hereafter all eggs offered for sale must be fit for human food and that cold storage and pickledeggs must be sold for what they really are and not as fresh eggs Eggs that are par tially incubated or cotton may not be- ubject sold at all and such sales s person to dire penalties This order is good enough to copied by food inspectors of other States Lets have itin Ken t tucky Will We Import wheatj Mr Jas Ji Hill the great rail road magnate and the only man whom the late E H Harriman recognized as a rival and who has made a careful study of com mercial and agricultural condi tions in this country made the following si significant statement at the American Bankers Con vention at Chicago this week The idea that we feed the world is being corrected and unless we can increase the agricul tural population and their pro duet the question of a source of food supply at home will soon supersede the question of a marI ket for our own products abroad Nearly all of Mr Hills speech was in the nature of a note of worning showing that city town population was increasing faster than country population which means that food consum ers are increasing much Paste than food producers It is alarming indeed to think of the United States being import bread stuff An Indigestion RemedJFrGi i otherwhhealthy r dyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or organsri iiiv uuuy lu wuuiu a em tnac a ais seriouslyDyspeptics cannot eat the the theSallalongirregular indigestionj tatgist and get a bottle of Dr Caldwell torstomachis what C Fowler of Carson City Mich ditheFThompson lifYouordingJtod1ractions gripesand tonthee pecially needed in indigestion v e haina yourhomethousands have proven to their own sat isfaction Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Is Indlgcst1on remedy you will throw violent cathartics tablets salts etc away If lifers is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he wi answer you fully There no charge for this jscrvlce P1SB Illg1 have m good Jersey cow for tale IYrill be fresh in 50 dayrg Eric 1561 f J O RiiMtil 1 yv ira Ostrich Feathers of Tripoli The usual kinds of ostrich feathers known to the trade come into the Tripoli market These are whites blacks feminas byocks spadbnas boos drabs and floss The Arab deal rs bring them in unsorted tfackagea containing feathers inyarious qualities of each kind and it therefore requires expert knowledge to buy advantage ously from the notices The goods are sold by the roll The lrjpoU rot is about ei litPfMi ounces The feathers we washed and sorted but not dyed ur curled They are washed in soapy water and when still wet are beaten A handful of them are taken by the stems and slapped against the floor with a force that to the uninitiated would seem to be enough to break them to pieces This is done to bring out the flues or bar bules the miniature feathers extending rom the barbs and gives tbe plumps a fluffier richer appearance A good ostrich plume will have two or three layers of feathers its tip should bo perfect and it should have no transverse cuts along the vane For the retail trade two plumes are usually mounted together Burke as a BoreIThe most eloquent essay carefully prepared beforehand when delivered by one wanting tbe orators gifts may as a speech be an utter failure Burke is perhaps the most striking example of this He simply drove everybody away This is well and amusingly de scribed by Lord Erskine to tbe Amer ican ambassador Mr Rush who had asked him about Burkes delivery- It was execrable said be 1 was In the house of commons when be Americanbeconciliation the greatest be ever made wantpdIhim and afraid to get up So squeezed myself down and crawled under the benches like a dog until got the door without his seeing me re- oicing In my escape Next day went to the Isle of Wight When the speech followed me there 1 read it over and over again I could hardly think of anythingese carried it with me and thumbed it until it got like wad ding for my gun Westminster Gazette Euphonious Female Names Referring to a recent note on euphonious female names it may be said that the eccentric Christian name attains its ripest vigor in the highlands There the natives have a few names natural to the sex such as Barbac though Barbac may be the name of the family cowntbe dear one the dun onejibe great majority of female names are however frankly compounded from male equivalents Wilhelmina is known in the south and on the same principle Andrew finds its female counterpart in An drewina while Malcolminas and Donaldinas are as thick as blackber ries One unhappy child among the relations of the present writer was mercifully known as Ava and Ava she will be all her life Her real name when magnificently set forth isU Alex andrina Victoria Andrewina and the abbreviation is formed from the initial lettersLondon Standard Musicd I Very few know anything about Sup pe the composer of Fatinitza and several ether operas and the father of the Poet and Peasant overture The latter was composed to an entirely dif ferent piece and fell flat The author then tried it at intervals of six months and a year with two other plays and no one found it pretty Lastly be adforgotten farce called Poet and Peas ant The farce was successful and people endured the overture Then somebody asked permission to publish itin a journal arranged for the piano Soon everybody was playing it Then a music firm bought of Suppe for 25 Theyfsa In Mourning A peer who was the master of a fine hunting pack died and his widow refused to let the hounds go out Whereupon a friend asked a former chief justice of England who was himself a huntsman whether any harm would be done if the hounds were allowed to run with pieces of crape round their necks I can hard ly think that eyen crape is neces aryII was tbe replynlt would be if the bounds were in full cryLon don News No Use For Him Mildred murmured a fasjiionable young man sinking on one knee for yapmyFreplyofsen Philadelphia Inquirer His Pun She watching the steerage passen gersSee those twoGerman girls Nowgthats what l call real golden hair HeNonsense Cant you see its plaited Philadelphia Press A Novel Dialogue Man under the bureauIf I get hold of that collar button Ill Ill Collar Button from under the bed theisNo Doubt About It Was he wounded seriously asked the reporter ht1tlYfDIto the ovens of the affray HHe wasHbrieflyan werea life po- jfcinatjto DM ytklak1wv4 t fan T Bxckange ff IIL OOo g 0 FRANK CORCORAN o 0 0High oOO you buy Q Represented by C G JEFFRIES I in this and OV adjoining counties oop0000 s0O0O00 4esp i i I OUR PRICES- ONROOFING i See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Cleat and Cap Roofing put on like tin roof without any nails exposed and is better than any rin iroof It will last life timea without painting We carry in stock V Crimp and Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubberrandall kinds Paper roofing a i lDehletr 13 1OStUitte f11 J tWR E iCut1etry Guns116 E market St Bet 1st Brook o hpt4a Telephone 2167 Both Phones 444444- immr 3i iis Q e 1C r xfXjjFifthvi vr Cm1 iii PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 5 JC 5iiirlar Prices Convenient to WholesaleCi and Retail Districts Churches and r v1 Theaters 7 FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE c n mfir FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND n Srilv viLouisvillem1L tiVI war V war K ivr nnC Cilcz ITiCnrv vLiri1Cn U G HARDW K Pres J H COCKE V Pres R DIETZMAN Sec WTjyneMill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIliliWRIGTS I mACfINlSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES 1301 IGRIST f I SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work S9 JOBBING WORKSOLICITEDi I AIJ Kinds of Machinery Repaired I IPerhaps but few realize the magnitude of the tomato raising industry or the enormous amounts of that fruit that is con sumed in this country annually I From a despised and rejected plant that sprung up occasional asIfiftyIyears ago it has increased in popularity until at the present time there are several times more tomatoes consumed raw cooked and canned than any other one kind pf fruit that is grown in this country The championship record for killing scalding and picking chickens is claimed by C E of Minneapolis Minn who One day recently dressed 160 chichens in 100 minutes with out help at the plant of the S ran gue Commission Co He challenges all comers IINight On BaW Mountain i i li fOn a lonely night Alex Btnwnof Ji5 j GET I BEFORE YOU BUY Combined wVVw Williams Fort Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home ofa neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing DiscoveryJsoon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later itFlungtroubleest throat and Lung oure on Earth Hemorrhagesand Whooping tle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Eggs for market or home con sumption should be carefullyhandled and kept in a wholesome atmosphere The eggshell isf absorption quality of the egg and render it unpalatable if not actually unwholesome Farm For Sale In eastern part ofAdair county KyIi miles northeast of Tarter post office condition room house barn and other outbuildings 5 good springs orchard andgood informahohTarterfTarter 1 k- otxi M rtf V yte 5p S TIT Tiit I THE UAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 Ti PLUCKING BATS A French industry That Is Linked With the Restaurants I plucked bats in Paris once at 4 inches a day said a sailor Bats hibernate in the winter What I mean to say is that thy fall into a kind of r drugged sleep In this here sleep soft4inCfWes or the inside of chimbleys See in I was down on my luckI was studyin art in them daysa restaurateur over in the Latin quarter or Cartshay as we used to say guv me a job of bat pluckin He showed me the ropes the first day I soon got on to It It was dead easy Just go into a cave you know a bunch of bats and then pluck IIlocate at a time like grapes and drop your burlap bag All that winter Id set Out from the Cartshay with my big bag in the mornin and on to staggerlnbckcalled the Boulevard Michel loaded down with hibernatin bats You dont feed these to your ellen tele Jacques I said to the boss one nlgJitMaybeohyes said he They always figure in our farfamed one franc dinner- I gave him a reproachful look Bats meat is excellent he says The meat is pink and very fine Fried In butter with a parsley sauce the gourmets in the Cafe Anglais could L never never tell it from venison You wouldnt catch me eatin it Etiuys I chuckled and nudged me in the No says he No And yet mon vleux the bat largely figures In our to excellent five sou navarin that you so dearly love Cincinnati Enquirer LINCOLNS IRONY His Reply to a Petition For a Dishon est Boys Pardon The Hon Alexander H Rice once paid a visit to President Lincoln on behalf of a Boston boy who had been Imprisoned for robbing his employers letters After reading the petition signed by many citizens of Boston the president stretched himself in his chair and asked Mr Rice if he had met a man going downstairs Yes Mr President replied Mr RiceHis errand said the president was to get a man pardoned out of the penitentiary and now you have come to get a boy out of jail Then with characteristic humor Mr Lincoln continued Ill tell you what it is we must abolish these courts or they will be the death of us I thought it bad enough that they put so many men In the penitentiary for me to get IIPout buj If they have now begun on ofjfccind the jails and have roped you int the delivery lets after them They deserve the worst fate he on because according tfl the tIeVideIlc e that comes to me they pick out the very best men and send them to the penitentiary and this present Tetltion shows they are playing the same game on the boys and sending them all to jail The man that you met on the stairs affirmed that his friend in the penitentiary is a most exemplary citizen and MaSachusetts must be a happy state if her boys out of jail are as virtuous as this one ap pears to be who is in Yes down with the courts and de liverance to their victims and then we can have some peace Boston Post The French Schoolboys Hard Day French children are often on their way to school a little after 7 oclock Infhe Tnorning If they have conclud ed their lessons by 9 oclock in the evening it is only by dint of great ap plication Young men studying for the higher professions have appointments with their tutors at 5 oclock in the morning in summer time otherwise tHey cannot accomplish the moun tain of work that lies before them In all branches of art the Jabor of the tyro is immense At the conservatory the strenuous life is carried to a point which provokes the astonishment even of laborious German studentsPall Mall Gazette How High a Tiger Can Jump For the benefit of the prospective big game hunters a correspondent finally disposes of the theory that a tiger is unable lu jump to iy IxUiht frfJ nil fours HP rocmds thit he look retuso in n tree frui a particular tlstT Thf K nsr UmvctVr Jimiptti up to iiiin like India rubber ball r port KtfVMi fwt iud it Avas JlIIybt ltgt ilth m riht N f11 ni1 g t Mli barrels fkwn hil tiliViifii tiiat I dUl not bnvea y rylatl time fi it twnmrl oviductlv fet1uvtTvlKn an idiuj a tiger it is u J ssurylt JCinjl a fcref with its lowcKt bhjnoif nOiF gruiinUIndIICampcntion 1Pkr pls prcd rtirFi1IIl 1 turltior Ii bo1 fiin 8 Irigl vun liiilsUd In tl1 til1S 5it you win OIJlI fii ltr1 t vr1iIte iud trdbirLou dOjlDIe r i t J A Concession 811Y oiOnt nJlow VD to an rtnv1t- li1i1 f1W hit rt n itwbj ll1gPf tIJ iIeYIi tOf111UUr Ib i JXt iwlil inm you Ui doiIIejMattt r y y A liI thdPiU srlittIR t j Ililli f lttWj fInhJJJ riItt n 411 oabflti t9jt JIll fiP tli t tm hrl thgtdu ii tF J fl c i ti Jf tIL 11 that bear mt LL3AJ tJL t yiltil fto t J i Jr j r Good Brides Wa IJriplJftouncedof an uptown church presented a perplexed countenance before the busy sexton As you know said he I am u win this parish and new in the city Perhaps there are a few things I ought to know Why for instance do so many people who never attend service In this church wish to be married here 1 Because our church said the sex tQnhns fhe name of turning out the youngest and handsomest brides In New York Our reputation for good works is dwarfed by our reputation for beautiful brides To say that a woman is married here is equivalent to saying that she is a good looker We are not supposftdto deal in brides of any other description No wonder groaned the pastor that that plain looking woman went away in a huff I earnestly advised her to be married in bet own parish New York Globe Wonders of a Japanese Hamlet Perhaps the most astonishing presen tation of Hamlet ever seen on any stage was a Japanese version given by native actors at Kobe The Kobe Her aid describes it as a wonderful mixture of the beautiful and the gro tesque With an Ophelia sometimes in graceful kimono and sometimes in western evening costume and a king who at one time appears In the pIc- turesque costume of a Japanese noble man and at others dons a silk hat and a swallowtail coat the effect is so kaleidoscopic that a spectator has the sensation of being perpetually trans ferred from one phase of civilization to another The climax is reached in Hamlet himself who in the earlier scenes wears the uniform of a student of the Imperial university in the third act makes his appearance on a bicycle clad in a bright blue cycling suit and striped stockings and at the finish is seen in conventional evening dress with a flower in his buttonhole The Sixteenth Century Carver 1tIof precedent When carving for distinguished guests he had to remember that certain parts of the birds or meat must be set aside In carviiis for his lord and lady he was expected to exercise great discretion in the size of the pieces he sent round for ladles will be soon angry and their thoughts soon changed and some lordw theyIto have the rules both of the kitchen and the peerage at his knifes end A pike for instance must be dished up whole for a lord and in slices fcr commoner folk The rank of his din ers too determined whether a pig was to be served up whole sliced plain or with gold leaf or whether new bread or bread three days old should be eaten A Hungry Rabbit I do not think I was ever so non plused in my life said a conjurer as once When performing my card and rabbit trick I ask a member of the audience to tear a card into small pieces and give them all to me except one Later in the trick I produce a rabbit from a box and tied round its neck is a Card with a piece missing It is then found that the piece which the member of the audience holds exactly fits and completes the second card On this particular occasion I allowed the rabbit to remain in the box too long and when I produced him found that he had chewed the card round his neck to bits Needless to say the laughter when the audience grasped the trick the animal had played on me was loud and long As Walter Saw It Walter aged seven is a wise son who knows not only hIs own father put his own mother likewise Now Walter said the teacher if your father could do a piece of work in one hour and your mother could also do it ip one hour how long would it take both of ibem to do it together Three hours replied the scholar without hesitation Wrong said the teacher How do you make that Three hours repeated Walter stol idly cwiutiuf iho rliw iboyfjkwastp arguing nbnut how it should he duite London Suraps AU Wernjyjts Arc Lpo Marriooes Was it a1Ul majrriugiv do you tliiTikT I qeit jfiy g marriages are love iItriflJitut 6rttbpr a iweeiui- ieat t l 4 i1tnt nil TliMp it A lavevof a F vv nrrf jvoii k Q1ytO nf Jusry li Tt uJ iMSwrilsJnj pdi varioliy other ids 9r11mp bt iRUU iteed o1 gjUJgth D data 1s rhiu cSiu Ietk of eeIr1ell1ieo Pest I Ar t LuI z i J vlI vondor it hcJisflF IHlpk I umT jn fubiPii tliovfjf t ii IIl tr in ban LUt lurk at nJl Yv tiuhf It4l UU 1tiWj r tt1tneUnd luclcjl tJ riieblidIjia Prens iti J ti i J r rLits rlI JTrlhi ll1t flti i Tji1flk Ltii ejtlyrt- ei t Jsf wcU1i r lliln th Wrl1f If bh bltJUf J o tO Say lii Nit matter lHife t v i j 1 rft J J ilP7L14r At t01 f 1 C IOt 1t w- r t rk im i ftt Lll1 W4wiflj 3r ttflt f I l I H Ella Health of this communit is very good at this writing Mrs Ella Pike and sister Mattie were visiting at J B Abrels last Sunday Mr Frank Miller who has been confined to his room for same time is able to be out again Miss Annie Winfrey and sister Cora were visiting at N B Dillinghams last Thursday IMr Oscar Hardwick who has to Texas for some time re turned home a few days ago We are all glad to see him Miss Pearl Williams visited Miss Emma Hardwick one night last week Mrs Sarah Abrell and Lou Dillingham and Miss Maiy Good in visited Mrs Ella Pike one day last week General News A tuberculosis hospital will be built on the county poor farm at Paducah The National Druggist Associa tion held it session in Louisville last week Uncle Ben Turner aged 90a veteran of several mountain wars is dead at Middlesboro Pruett Graham has declined the Republican nomination for Mayor of Frankfort A man supposed to be F L Humphriesof Wheeling W Va was run down and killed by a 0 and 0 train at Newport The explosion of an amonia tank in Cleveland caused 50000 damage at the plantpf the Cleve land Provision Company Lucien J Irvin was eJected president of the Louisville Hen RailroadICompany at a meeting of the board of directors To satisfy anight rider damage jukgment a Federal Court officer sold the interest of Alfred Chauj det in a tract of land in Marshal countyBurns which he received about the body and arms will result hr the death from tetanus of George Richmann aged eleven years of LatoniaDr K Pearsons of Chi cago will give 100000 to Berea College pvovided the trustees raise 400000 additional Dr Pearsons said this wonld be his last gift of this character James Wall who killed his brother John Wall in Mason county was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary for manslaughter The Elkhorn Baptist Assacia tion which has been in session at Midway adjourned to meet at Georgetown in September 1910 S r State University opened itsj firty4irst aririiasssj n withan nardllment 6 525 in all deijarU ments This is the largest first claymatritjuktiofi in the history of the h tihitioh i t Woiklcomefr6nuiankthat J9E3 Biyant a 1arrn f residing- near theie committed riiieiJe in1 f jrijfle4 iieat his hgnie Satuir arl From the bei1OriatiOnI itible 1i fJlo1 ryt f g tfaj1ureuirst arranping a shot uJr On a eiscl4u W inhei- l with the rope artind 1iis ljtboiy lis gG1 I r t1 rcLd jtiJ1ftor1r JFADE I ikn his body while the empty weap on with a string attached to the trigger was lying near by Bry anthad gone into the cornfield to pick some beans and being absent longer than his family thought necessary they started out to hunt him and found him as above described Somerset Journal Sign Rost toJConey They gQt on a different car from the one they usually board ed at the bridge I dont believe said he that this car goes to Coney The man said it did but it seems strange to me this way Youll know said she if it passes a graveyard Theres a n undertakers shop exclaimed he presently She shook her head An undertakers shop won- tdoshe said It must be a graveyard if its going to Co ney New York Press Easy Money When a farmer can draw 50 a month from the sale of cream from a small drove of cows that is what I call easy money This remark was made by C C Bre cheisen a welltodofarmer of Lyndon Kan Of course there is some labor about taking care of a lot of cows That is it re quires punctual work but the work is no harder than tending crops and not as hard as work ing in the harvest field Modern farm dairying has done away with a whole lot of the drudgery- thatformerly fell on the farm wife By using the hand cream separator and selling the cream churning eliminated And preparing the cream and doing the churning was about the Hardest work about the farm In using the hand separator the work is over in a few minutes and the cream is sold for spot cash The old way was to handle the milk several times before It was churn ed and then take the butter to town Most every one well knows that country butter as- a rule ws a poor seller It was oft Iaried colors and flavors This was not the fault of the farmers wife She had to work at a disadvantage not having ice and the machinery with which to work the butter as it is done in the big creamery So the country butter sold at a low price Butt the cream sells for just what it is worth and according to the tests of its richness If the farmer depends upon wheat and corn for his revenue and both tOIfadd a few good dairy cowst that would fill in very well aid pay the running expanses of the fatnr ily the f Vyeas iaougi rS h Theliilanta fiirse Shov jj yVithiprjz iione3offrei tr cash ito the arnounfe oi0Oanc11 Jitiobe sp ftWfe exhibitsweil abover heiK WprJf the third pfkexhictio of tE tLtlanta- IIr Stmmv j PClatiQ t1IIso1l at the WhlCW1 ei 1 20 i lhi fz1ftaneuIcent io b c Tisi ill1l19Ila- ve beu dQu4ed q thaithg- n1azfA uh fi timI1IiQ itili JfIp a Tt 1DrI i 5 Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend Dar dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic building effect on the whole system It contamsno harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If you suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui at once and give it a fair tr- ialIAKECARDUi 335ItMrs W W Gardner of Pad cah Kyv tried Cardui and writes Ithink Cardui is just grandJfcT have been usirg it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman smce have been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains nervousness I goodhighlyAT ALL DRUG STORES Ruby We are having some rain now arid it was badly needed Mrs J W Harvey is on the sick list at this writing Mr GeorgeStaples thegrocer drummer called on S E Estes one day last week Miss Nannie Bean was the guest of Mina Scott one day last week X Mr and Mrs B L Harvey Mrs R G Wilson and litt f son and daughter SE Estes visited the Harvey home last Sunday Miss Mammie and Mr Rolli Bean were the guests of Miss Lucy and Mr Jim Rosson last Sunday Mr Virgil Wilson who has been in a very bad condition from falling from the roof ofa barn is able to be out again X W Scott was theguest of Mr E Koe of Sparksville last Sunday Mr Arthur Royse and family visited the family of Mr John Royse last Sunday Mr Choeu Royse was the guest of Mr Clarence and Dar aId Strange last Sunday of In road X W Scott made a business trip to Breeding one day last weekMrs Creo Harvey was the guest of Mina Scott one evening of last week Mrs X W Scott was the guest of Mrs Dora Estes last Sunday gap The Dublin Inland Horse Show has been in existence 41 years It had a very modest beginning in a small inclosure in the heart of the city In 1889 it secufed its present grounds at Balds Bridge and since that date it has grown in popular favor until it has become one of the biggest horse shows of the world The entries each year are from 1000 to 1200 and the attendance from 50000 to over 65000 For best results in the vinyard plenty of water is necessary Du ring the hot season subirriga tion is advisable r j6OURIERJOURML jIHENRY WATTERSON Editor tsMNaoional Newspaper Democratic in politics E2lt prints all the news without 1 t fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL liIIII i3TiIONEYEATt 1 ti L1 I I I f Ir o eJ U 1 iSr 0 r jt iwi1 i rll 0r Flii4VOAJtOrdbr fo tIs = I f it pdethlOttO the OOt1l1lJOUL1cCr SS r I IN f II ma u rJ 13 ij I dJiita o Y itrl t GljD s t Jtr i Ii J f fe JO i SS 1 Ijfit A 1 1L 1 Sl 08 Ii k V tJ gi5o Z09lTlIslfltiou C t Ii h J i kiC t I1ft1iT 01 nlYChiy i1 7 oiwjj it qIt1 t It tWisc 3aft JtJ th I If u f ji L c eI iJt frct I ett r 1 t t f 11 f r d y stn i fst r l I f iii j Itl4lt2 I kTB AIR COUNTY NEWS lit i t Grad iHe x i tr vSi J lYe have Had a few clays gf yery cool weather u Mra nd Mrs J A Diddle spent Several days in Columbia last week rf Quite a number of our people attended the speaking and court in Columbia last Monday I Mr and Mrs C 0 Moss at tended the Quarterly Meeting at Picketts Chapel last Sunday 14 B Henderson is nearing the completion of a large tobacco J barn for Geo H Nell of this v placeR W Shirley and C M Hind man of the Milltown commune ty were in our midst one day last week Our citizens have been busy for a few days working the roads We are glad to say they hav made great improvements on them Mrs Rilda Bullington has been dangerously sick for the past week or so with fever Mrs Laura Francis and son of Cane Valley spent a few days here last week visiting the fami lies of G T Flowers and C 0 Moss r Er Nell and wife spent Louisville buying glastweekin market Mr Will Lyon the popular grocery man of r Campbellsville was shaking hands with his many friends in our town las- Friday t Vfr rvi 4 5 Mr W 0 Yates the well known merchant of Portland was in our town last Friday and reported business good and every thing moving along nicely in his section Mr Sherman Reece a wellt known citizen of Nell died with typhoid fever on the 24th W understand that there are several JffiQre cases in thc t community fc Rev W M Whiterwho has abeen pastor at Union for the past three months has decided to re main ov r until after the first Sunday in October and preach for us on that day EverYbod- invited r to attend yA very sad death occurred at the home of Mr and Mrs Lewis Jd gQueys of the Keltner com reunify last Wednesday A four teenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Dohohey was out in the tobacco patch where her father was at work A limb blew from a dead oak tree striking the young lady on the head kill ing her almost instantly Mr and Mrs Dohohey has the sym pathy of the entire community iti this sad hour of affliction I Mrs Millie Hill spent last week in Louisville buying millinery e goods for this market She in formed your reporter that she would have her display of hats oh exhibition on Saturday Octo bey the 2nd and invites tier Jriends to call and see them Mr L MI Wilmore one of our best farmers and citizens sold his farm and part of the r crop grown on said farm this year for the consideration of 2XOQ to Mr T E Cook of Hrse Cave ICy We regret t give Mr yilmore and family up from our community and only II ttust that they may locate some whreftear by but as they hav tosoldsaY that veare Atlighted to have 1 Mfe k anid 4amHyJnpur com f t CooK t 7i IS r t t fvfFVz j i nt d DunYJne 7i t1 F 1 Jt r tU ud EattefeandfGeorge Gun axAJ i dnt attended t eState Fair last rvfcr y tweek cfiMr and Mrs Rube Jones visit ed the family of J D Jones lat weekLouis Cundiff was down from Liberty last week Willie Evans bought several head of cattle in this community last week at fair prices The box supper at GooseCreek school house was well attended and a nice time reported Josh Wesley of Phil visited his brother Noble Wesley one night last week rlflere was a big party at the home of Joe Thomas last Friday night in honor of the 21st birth day of Mrs Thomas A large- crowd was present and all re port a good time Mr George Ellis has gone to Indiana again W e fear he will wear himself out trying to get settled Misses Mary Lay and Vera Dickinson visited Miss Clemmie Lay at Pellyton last week Luther Ford has been very sick for several days but is bet ter atthis writing Mrs Owen Ellis is visiting her father Joe Henson on Damrons Creek this week h Rev Crit Baker preached at Luttrelis Creek last Sunday If we dqnt have rain soon we U will be out of water in this com r r f 0 munity iBillie Chelflhas moved from the farm of Ras Combest to his brothers farm s Mr and Mrs Noble Wesley visited the family of Goerge Wil liams Sunday Frank Bernard has been con withethroatIJim Lawhorn has moved to the far1of G W Rubarts on Luttrells Creek Several of our young men were at Jones Park last Saturday lWe understand that the Dem haveYnominated Hon W G Ellis for Magistrate for that district PelI lyton in a few days J A Pelley has about finished cutting his tobacco crop The crawfish didnt help him cut his cropTom Lay will soon have his new house ready to move into Mr Mearthy was in this community last week selling maps James Dickinson and W G Ellis are in Campbellsville this week on business Ben Russell will move to his farm on Goose Creek in a few days r L fr i Thehealthofz this community is very good at present i The people are most all through cutting tobacco Miss Millie Roach was the guest of Mrs Lizzie Breeding pi last Sunday 1Mr Tom Moss and wife were visitin8atMrsd Porter England1 last Sunday eeleftrfor se Gave where they will attend thefair r Mr Strong Hill ias ajratiit completed himlifihi placit rtq k e f0 l a stI 1I Zf il i HUBBOGH BROS WELLENDORFF INCORPORATED lsj Successors to jBubbuch Bros sr f V rA iAnold Firm in a New Garb wr xg r it v f Vf rxi We are the same people as strong as ever before The same 7 w strong management the same reliable business methods are the pil i1CwTR E CARPETSRUGSDRAPERIESRINEWALL 8 IIQ2 PAPER D 7tCiinVK v71 HUBBUCH BIOS WELLENDORFF n kLOUISVILLEt 522522 W MARKET ST nE w J iiA1 i i itICn f K Ogf30Q 3E3E E30 30E a IFATiI JJcIcMTh14 III H JflJfl I Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired a i IT Satisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE M I Cash for Old i30al38D3 tr1XIRussell Springs Motel rh And 0BEn rrO 1 Pi f h i Y li1rR1E LrrH p SEE ERS Jt f ip jl j the T el iglublici TRevJBuildihg which is commodious hasty been refurnished repainted 1 kingitayetY inYttingPlace Th e table supplied with the best the country affords A large sample room for the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the purest J health restoring Terms reafonoble Write to s WINFREY PHELPS RUSSELL KY SPRINGS flf and wiuio diJe Jreadyrto grindi for the public V Mrs Alice Pirquin j isj quite- sick at this writing Chas Sparks bought of Rollers Ij Kinnaird one horse Price un TvMrsuv Harry were visiting at Rugby last SundayrMr Frank Eirquin is v on the sick list The Sunday school at this place will close next Sunday jf There will be a Reunion at this place the fifth and sixth of October Everybody invited Miss Myrtle Sparks was visit ing Miss Zula Robinson last Tuesday Mr Kar Bragg of Greens burg was visiting at Chas Sparks Sunday night 4s Edith Tobacco cutting is the order of the day in this community Several from this neighborhood t were in Columbia Monday Bro Jim Hovious of Knifiey delivered two interesting sermons at Tabernacle last Saturday night and Sunday v A large crowd attended the base ball game at this place last Saturday aftenioon The social galiermflr airliji Cora Cornea le last Wednesday night was largely attended and all reppr a nice time Evanis Bros were on the mar ketMon da th Iod ofbutch srcattle i r and lraHnyHahnO f D Yiti thefi is Mrt12aftiIfJtG q 14l Ch J- t4 i srrt WY ci1 fil 1 fEr isIriMr RO Cabbel f atj1Sp ighboriihood last week gueslsof jMr ay nd 3SlrslC Harmon this piaJ1ast Sunday r Mary and Mattie Evans IMisses in Knifley one day last week v Sral from this place attend ed the Teachers Association atC Neatsburg last Saturday We are glad to know that Mr F W Miller who has been on the sick list for some time is able to be out again Misses Florence Rubarts and Patsy RoyJof Eunice visited Mrs Veleria Campbell and daughter Miss Annie last Wednesday nightr The Misses1ilal1snear this place entertained a few of then frjends last Saturday night Those pies tt were Misses Pearl and Bertha Breeding Mont Thomas Alberta Bardin Beatrice and Pinkie Breeding Vister 13reedingnMrs Charlie Williams Cortez San ders Owen BerdE11baMilIer El win Hardwick Robert Wil liams Wallace Beard Irvin Thomas and Oass JSBt ed1nlj A Good Ifcime for Sale a My resklei ceon Grewnsburgstr et in dwllincOtataioaurn of Iaoriwater a oed- aattbui om fruit Wil sal t oarIt rq i L f Cokil1 Kt iJJ1t t j l i s aYa fi i l f 1J J 11Ir T- p f i Woidson Lewis tlrecnsBiirg Kentucky j IS rftOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACHwr Studebaker jjvflilburn i r f ==Wagons F 7 A c rload of C Oliver Chilled Plows L i 7A fcar ldad of DiscHarrowscf t A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters andII One = Horse Corn Drills Will r fc L t have the greatest and finest display t tof Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trades l LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE o 1 Will deliver Any jpdof Farm- Implements at any station I on the L NIRR 1 Wocdsoh LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky A Mail orders promply attended to I i T rl The Louisville Trustf 1ti Company Southwest Garner f I Fifth and Market JJ i i r LOUISVILLE Organized under a special charter for thet safe keeping of valuables of ever kind and description and the transaction of a general trust bust ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as ExecutorJrAdmiii = istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every p si tion of trust that can be held by an individual tfy It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar teal and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor P greatoratefinancial strength ti i v rv7k7i71 Wfi mnCm 71 itC71iti 7K m9n1 sm t y El 4 OSTEOPATHY E P r f 3fE CONSULTATION AND fflCiEXAMINATION FREE AT KESIDENCEj Columbia Kentucky r im i i e e e i o i LINC9S Sash Doors Blinds Mbuldings Columns Porch Material Si ji 4ctaIr W01k fV Interior Flnlsh E1iG iae3 titI+ estiWi 101sal Sash rid Door loise 1 In tbe South fl Send your orders ao us forprompt shipment t f allIi gQOI goOO S IWe appreciate 1ihein t 1 Ilv 10 HUnH CD 2 215 EIMaJII Stt taLrl 11 IJ iH J LOaISVILLEKlfIICOOftATtD I I I i iL yr2w0 t t 1t t tiIl Ifi i1j1JiF 0 II t i tc