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J t I I J 7 E tIflb l j l 1 c r I r j H 6svB E HB H5 M B B I EB Een B B f L IItj JI a1 r 0 111U Netuj j r n c t f ft t COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 6 1909 NUMBER 48 t 8 From Rev ARKasey Henderson Ky Oct 1 1909 Editor News I am getting homesick and when a fellow gets homesick I guess hes got a right to write home My leaving Columbia was a more try ing ordeal than might be supposed But the pain of separation is the toll of love and the devotion of my friends made this toll doubly heavy The thought of how my congregation sacri ficed to pay me even more than they promised quick ens a gratitude that is increased I think the material and raternalblessings I have received from the members of the other churches as well as from my Masonic brethren and the community at large I shall not pray to be sent toa better people among kinder or more constant friends I feel that I cQuld not be Blessings on them all- Conference is in full swing Dele gates to the General conference will be elected today I have constant inquiries aboutColumbia It is the universal Ptopinion that it is the best inland town Iin the stateI tell em to wait till Itheywalks see Russells big store and our Gov Hindman is having a good time among the brethrenthey all love him very much r Bishop Hoss is a delightful president He still shows marks of his long and severe illness There is strong opposition to admitting uneducated men into the confer I appro mon3prevails A K Kasey Nice Work Mr Jo Zinninger of Louisville who is employed by Hubbuch Bros Wel le dorff dealers in carpets picture frames draperies wall paper etc Market street spent last week in Co lumbia papering the residence of Gov J R Hindman Mrs Hindman was in Louisville a few weeks ago and pur chased the paper from the above named firm arranging with it to have the pa per put on her rooms Mr Zinninger thoroughly understands the business and will complete the job today which has Bros1rappreciate the trade they re eeive from this section of the State The News has been carrying an adi for this firm for several years INoticeI At the regular election for Adair county Ky held on the 2nd day of 1November 1909 at the regular polling p place in voting District No 1 sail county known as the West Columbia voting District a poll will be opened 1rfd an election held for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said district jipon tquestion whether or not they wish cattle or any species thereOf to run at large in said district f noicehe Adair county court made at a term if said court held on the 24th day of Lugust 1909 W B Pattes n Sheriff of Adair county Ky WantedButter at the Lindsey Wilson Will pay 20c per pound Neilson Moss Got Seven Years The trial of Major Nelson of color charged with detaining a woman came to close last Tuesday afternoon about 6 oclock The jury was out only a few minutes after the conclusion of the argu merits bringing in a verdict for con flnement in the penitentiary for seven years Sentence was immediately pass Ied by Judge Baker and as soon as a team could be hooked to1 a vehicle FrankIrepresented by County Attorne Smythe Rollin Hurt and James Gar riett The defendant by Messrs Rob inson and L C Winfrey Mr Robinson b Jng from Louisville Stickly in Casey FaceIline named was fire to Mr old man and Mr J A hrdfl and the dogs took the trail and tjCwejt direct to the Brown boys house lcLirian Stickly was with the dogs and swhVri he reached the yard he was fired 1pom a load of shot striking him in the I Iftfce The Brown boys then made their jeape and some think they have left j p country while others believe they Ii ding in Adair county Mr Stick nt eriouslyiurtbut itwiIl be WI before JiIfac igeti 1r j f T 1k I YL The above picture is a good likeness of Mr J K P Conoyer who is an in dependen Republican candidate for jailer of Adair county to be voted for at the November election Mr Conover was born and reared within a mile and quarter of Columbia arid is wellknown throughout the county as an honest courteous gentleman Some years ago he was elected and served the people of this county as jailer During the term he was watchful and when his time expired he had the satisfaction of knowngby expressions from the people that he had filled the office to the satisfaction ofevery voterin the coun tyHe again asks for the position promising that if he is elected to make a good faithful officer In the next few weeks Mr Conover hopes to see as many voters as possible in Adair county He solicits votes and will be thankful for the support he may receive f slbeento a wreck at Tompkinsville a few d lys ago One of the pojiies gt scared itlTheying one of the wheels froth Mr q- esibuggythem bJy Mr oe s the pony that started the trouble bought another horse and returned home Notice o i4lit the regular election for Adair county Ky held on the 2nd day of pyember 1909 attne regular polling place in voting disirict No 13 of said county known as the Cane Valley voting district a poll will be opened and an election held for the purpose of as certaining the will of voters of said district upon the question whether or not they wish cattle or any species thereof to run at largb in sid district ThiS election will be held and this notice is given by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a term of said court held on the 24th day of Au gust 1909 W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Ky Mr Luther Wilmore has exhibited at this office an old Spanish fifty cents coin daTed 1781 making it 128 years old The coin was founq on the old Jonathan Jones farm about three months ago This is perhaps the old est piece of money in the county Good Shooting Mr Cy Wheat who lives in the Fair play country has had unusual luck in squirrel hunting In the last two months he has kilted over two hundred off eight hickory trees Mr Jo A Turner who resides in the same neighborhood has shot one hundred shoots at squirrels killing ninetyeight Thg above record is hard to beat PUBLIC SALE e On Wednesday October 20th twill- sell at public ahct onai my farm onev t mile from Lebanon Ky2owud of horses of broodconsisting rftargs yearlings colts and fiJU s two or three pair of good work mules 14 hf adof yearling sugar mules several jenrieis and young jacks t one 6year old akand good one cattle hogs ate A reatioft nng of extra good stoek Date Oct2O19O9 3011NJ3Wi5PHaU- LelSaiin y r Ls1IFor i Bruce Montgomery or J l jielt4a4Ilumbia Ky or Porter MurreUjJi3ray JYouMonday and everySatarday y 46 3t 4faut Several children in jto wcrhare wfioofP lic ffSJ ni ff 4 iil xf Jfeflf I Jv f r xVfr I v ri Record of Columbia B B Team The following is a record of the Co lumbia Base Ball Team for the season of 1909 After the season opened and the team had played 9 games the man ager got a score book arid had a record of the batting averages of the team for the last 21 games played Batting record of the Columbia B B Team in the last 21 games played Games played AB H 2B 3B HR PerC R Judd 21 85 37 4 3 2 435 Holladay 18 78 33 7 1 0 428 Wilson 2 7 3 1 0 0 428 Stults 4 15 6 r 0 1 400 Frazier 20 93 312 20 333 JDohoney 4 18 6 01 00 333 Winfrey 13 4715 310 319 T udd 20 83 25 2 0 0 301 Young 18 69 19 0 00 275 Callison 16 62i62 0 0 258 T Moore 3 13 t 1 0 0 231 R6senfieldl9 7ll6 3 30 225 Hindman 13 53 9 3 0 0 170 B Moore 15 61 10 1 0 0 164 W Moore 2 71000 143 Pitchers record of the Columbia B B Team for the season of 1909 NG W L T PerC Stults 2200 boo Holladay 1 2 200 1000 Young 11 7 4 0 637 Judd 148 5 1 615 Wilson 1 0 1 0 000 Record of the series of the Columbia Base Ball Teams for 1909 v Games W L T PerC Columbia vs Campbellsville 3 210 667 Columbia vswGreensburg 8 34 1 375 Columbia vs Lebanon 2 0 2 0 000 Bardtown 1 10 500 u CaneVal 2 110 500 Ozark 2 200 1000 Liberty 2 20 0 1000 I uMonticell03 3 00 1000 Danville 32 1 0 667 u IeSt Marys 3 15o 333 Teams batting Average for the sea son 302 Paid Promptly This is to certify that J E Murrell ageqtfor the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company has this day paid me one thousancUdollars the amouji of insurance my late husband E G Atkins carried in saiofcompany Oct 1 1909 Mrs L W Atkins Those who want insurance are re quested to call and see me at the News office The Connecticut Mutual 1st one oftheoldest companies in existence pays large dividends and meets its loses promptly Cash value is given to hold ers if they want to surrender their policy at the end of each year Ail to gain nothing to lose J E Murr ll To The Ladies Mrs Lou W Atkins and her assist ants have been busy for the past week getting ready lor Mrs Atkins millinery opening which will be next Saturday She has purchased a very attractive liner of hats which have been trim med in the very latest style Her place of business is in the room former ly occupied by the Misses Eubank Do not fail to visit this store next Saturday Smith McBeath will operate the Russell Creek Mill same as before making the same grade of flour and will exchange the same grade of flour at both places for wheat They are now ready to receive wheat at the highest market price and will keep flour pr sale at all times 484t 7 For Sale My residence in Columbia It is a two story building containing eight rooms good water and a fine garden Location near the square 474t Mrs J W Forth Program Program for the Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist Church for Thursday Oct 7th Opening hymn A Wonderful Savor is Jesus IBible reading 1st Corinthians 13th chapter read alternately i Prayer for Missions in general A world conference Every member to gipe some item of recent missionary news Reading from October Journal by r Mrs Minnie Miller SingingjTakeJIiy Life and let it be j rEssay Bess Hollad3y A great world and a great Savor i Busmesskce rayer c x Orgaiii i t c Alice Walker t You wAl lose txiioney if J fore getgnypric onFmago Kyt Conference Appointments The following are the names of a few preachers known here and their as signments B M Currie Columbia V 0A R Kasey Clifton J H Rood Cane Valley S G Shelley Jefferson Street W C Christie Albany J A Goodman Bear Creek J R E Stevenson Campbellsville Circuit J H Walker Campbellsville J A Johnson Gradyville D S Canipbeli Greensburg JF Black Glensfork G W Rangborn Jamestown E Pennycuif Russell Springs J L Murrell Surlington and Early- J P Vanhoy Thurlow R L Tally Missionary Evrangelist Columbia District T L Hulse Presiding Elder Colum bia district j J T McCormack Bradf ordsville I s Program 1 Program for Teachers Association Division one to be held in Cane Valley at the Christian Church Saturday Oct 16 beginning at 930 a m Opening Exercises conducted by Rev JHRp6d Address of Welcome W W Kerr Response Mrs Georgla Shelton SW Teachers Knowledge Outside of Subjects TaightMiss Celeste Shirley Miss Alberta Bardin Ultimate End of Public School Miss Fanny Smith Miss Virginia Hunn yspng How to make History Interesting W R Squires Miss Annie Montgom ery J Value of Songs Poetry and stories in public schools Miss Elizabeth Blev inSj Miss Ella Dohoney NOON Exercises by pupils of C V H S My first day inSchool Algeneral dis cussion r How 1 interest my pupils Miss Wil lard Huffaker Mr C W Young Song Comparison of Theories and facts con erning teaehing Misses Clarice Stotts Lena Todd and Annie Brad baw Some benefits I have derived from Teachers InstituteMisses Forizo Han cock Bettie Cundiff and Mr R 0 Dillingham Funny experiences by teachers c Secretary Elizabeth Blevins V President W W Kerrr Preside t Georgia Shelton We desire to return our grateful thanks to the many friends of this paperwho reside at Bakerton Amanda Ville Becks Store Burkesville and other points in Cumberland county theIwe have received is due to the efforts of Mr James Cole who has been a friend to the paper for many years We have made arrangements for cor respondents arid hope to make the News more interesting to the people of Cumberland county than heretofore Mr Cole has placed on our subscription book in the last eighteen months 103 names Notice At the regular election for Adair county Ky held on the 2nd day of November 1909 at the regular polling place in voting district No 14 of said county known as the Egypt voting dis trict a poll will be opened and an election held for the purpose of ascer taining the will of the voters of said district upon the question whether or not they wish cattle or any species thereof to run at large in said district This election will beheld and this no tice is given by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a tern of said court held on the 24th day of August 1909A W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Ky The old gray mare which was owned by Mr RF Paull died Jast Saturday She was twenty six years old and had raised nineteen colts leaving one four months old making twenty that she had dropped Mr Paull sold 16 of the colts at intervals realizing 2800 for them The other four are on his farm Foxes Wanted I want five red and grey foxes Will paYi59to250 and express charges 46tf W To Hodgen Box 232 Campbellsville Ky I Mr Geo F Stults killed a rare bird for this section last Thursday It is a fowl that live upon fish and it known as the Cannon Heron It WU9DS pond back of Mr Stulti home when il1f f j GBcnti w I iiY =tv ffJ Jtw n1Jtii 2E ii 11t l Visitio Greensburg Last Saturday a representative of the News desiring to see the game be tween Louisville and Greensburg and also to meet friends in the latter named j place started early in company with Mr Ernest Flowers and was on the grounds when the game was called Greensburg did not expect to be victorious going up aganst a team of the merican Association which had just won the pennant but they wanted the pleasure of meeting the aggregation which had been crowned with such dis tinguished honor Several hundred people witnessed the game the Greensburg boys doing remarkably well every thing consider ed though they failed to score The Louisville team played as though it was uR against professionals making eight scores and when the contest closed the Greensburg boys were highly complimented for their batting pitch ing catching and fielding Before and after the game the News representative took a stroll around town meeting a number of friends that he had not seen for several years all of whom did every thing in their pow er to make his stay pleasant The merchants bhkersandother business men were on the move indicating that trade was lively The hotel was also well patronized and every body was in the finest of spirits Greensburg has improved consider ably in the last ten years Quite a number of new buildings have been erected and the streets have teen greatly improved While in Greensburg the News man called and was made acquainted with Mr Lapsly Wisonwhoisan entur prising citizen now engaged in the drug business He has a very inviting store and enjoys a lucrative trade Mr Wilson is known to a great many Co lumbians where he was principally educated and where he was an assist ant in the M and F College for a term or two He had a great deal to say of the pleasure he enjoyed while tempor arily sojourning here The Record office was also visited Mr Ward was busy butt he took time to make the News mans visit exceedingly pleasant A proposition to establish a graded school has also carried at Greensburg The school advocates won by a majority of 35 out of 117 Votes Mr John A Hobson one of the lead ing merchants had many nice things to say of the people of Adair county More could be written of the people of this historic olfl town but it is necess ry1ocl9se J Notice i At the regular election for Adair county Ky helcf on the 2nd day of November 1909 at the regular polling place in voting district No8 of said county known as the Glenville voting district a poll will be opened and an election held for the purpose of ascer taming the will of the voters of said district upon the question whether or not they wish cattle or any species thereof to run at large in said district This election will be held and this no tice is gien by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a term of said court held on the 24th day of Angust 1909 W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Ky J Nick Gonover made the following sales last week Three calves to George Hunn for 5510 Two steers to Tone Hunn for 55 65 Six heifers to L W Bennett for 152 two cows to Owen Hardesty for 75 three cows to W H Gill for 83 Mr Henry Willis son of Mr Buck Willis this place bought of Mr Walk er Bryant last Friday the farm known as the W J Atkins farm near town for 4000 Possession will be given the first of January The Adair County Cooperation meeting of the Christian Church will convene at Roley on Friday night before the fifth Sunday in October and contin ue over Sunday Program will appear laterf I theIMLouyW one t the amount of insurance her late husband MrcG Atkirs carried in said order We were in error last week when we stated that Sheriff WB Patteson as able to leavehis room It will be re membered that he was badly bitten by a hog and lie is still confined to his bed S FnOOds the practical painter and natnt II wbod finisher of Lebanon has accepted the oiemanahip on th- ebsare of Jrr 9 k 1ILL 1t i11ft f 1iigMill Trade Mr Hannibal McBeath of Wayne county reached Columbia last week and on Wednesday he purchasedof Mr W R Myers the Roller mill and grounds attached for 10000 Mr McBeath sold Mr G B Smith a onehalf inter est purchasin from Mr Smith a one half interest in the Russells Creek milt near town thus consolidating the mill ing business of Columbia The new firm is now in ossession Mr McBeath is a most excellent cit izen and himself and family will become residents of Columbia and for the present will occupy the Garnett home stead on the hill in the east portion of the town His family will reach hereabout the first of November and will befgiven a cordial welcome Mr Smith is well known to the people of A air county as a gentleman of excellent character an standing Mr E Moore one ofRussellcountys best young men is now traveling for the Read Phosphate Co Nashville Tenn Adair county is in his territory and he will canvass it He is perfectly reliable and we believe he will build up a good trade We desire to return our heartfelt thanks to those who so kindly waited upon our dear son and brother Russell during his illness terminating in death Mr and Mrs S L Kinnaird and Children Mr R M Bass is an independent Republican Candidate for the office of Jailer of Cumberland county He is a fine citizen and would make a good officer He solicits the support of the voters of Cumberland county It i In last weeks News we announced that Miss Lina Rosenfield had been elected Librarian at the Lindsay Wilson Miss Martha Hancock was also chosen and the two young ladies are in charg dividing time VC Pickett blind uncle of Esquire Geo W Pickett is in Columbia visit ing friends and relatives and shaking hands with his many friends This is his first visit here for twelve years The Graded School is moving along nicely The attendance up to this time has gone beyond the expectation of the principal The list of pupils in the LindseyWil son is rapidly growing By the middle of October the building will be well t 7 filled 0 q L B Cain sold to J C D h HEy 10 jrJ mule to S V Wilkerson for 70 The all day meeting and singing at Zion appointed for next Sunday has been called off on account of sickness For SaleOne 4 yearold bay horse in good condition Ray Flowers 2t Columbia Ky J4 A little daughtMr and Mrs TV L Hulse fell hurting her head very badly one daylast week Tim Cravens sold a cQmbined bay gelding to Mackin Phillips Leoanonv for 200wBorn to the wife of Donk Powell Oct 4 a daughter weight 10 pounds Mr J J Biggs is now located at Raywick Ky Louisville defeated Greensburg eight to nothing v LOUISVILLE MARKETS jLatest Quotations on Live Stock js CATTLE Shipping steer V 55260ff Beef steers 450525 Fat heifers and cows4525 00 jr Cutters V 3754 25 Canners 32537S Bulls t V 325s6o Feeders hv r 400450 Stockers 3 50400 Choice milch cows 20 0030 t Common to fair cows 10004200 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 r 7 GO770 Mediums 130 to 160 l 7607 70 Pigs 72073a Roughs g 1 1 6152650 i7BeCulls aoooFatsheep i 53 Columbia Market t POULTRY I EggsITrukeys o 1 Chickens t lQ Dt If GRAiN tWhiat r fttic-orn i4 1 r t1 f1 tI Jtf 1 ft r t R3 IJ t JSf nl 4 t f 2 I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS flow Cooked Lived as the Eskimos V Live One of the most remarkable r feures of Dr Cooks journey was the winter he passed oh his return from the north on the south coast of Jones Sound For L many months he and his Eskimos kept themselves alive with the I bows and arrows and lances they IL had fashioned for they had ex Fjhausted their ammunition They lived in a dugout they made on the coast Not many years ago no Arctic explorer had the re source to pass successfully through such an ordeal as this Peary was the first to call atten tion to this possibility as he was the first advocate the application to exploratory enterprise ofmany b of the Eskimo methods of living and working Dr Cook was fit ri ted by temperament and physi I que to live on the country when he was stripped of other resources L and to come through it L well and hearty He was made of the stuff that has fitted him i preeminently for pioneering under the roughest conditions From The North Pole at Last by Cyrus CAdamsin the Ameri can Review of Reviews for Octo 0ben en On a request for information r from Dr Ben L Bruner Secre L tary of State Judge James Breathitt Attorney General handed down an opinion holding I that any officer in this State L chosen by the vote of the people countyrAssembly must certify his nom ination to the Secretary of State The Secretary of State then shall certify the nomination to the L County Clerks of the counties where the nominee is to be voted for and the County Clerks shall see that the name is on the official ballot Dr Bruner contend nOminajtion monwealth Attorneys and other offices where more than one w county votes for the candidates must be sent to him for certifica 0 tion to the County Clerks Some Recent Tests Experiment stations and poul trymen are constantly trying out mooted questions and adding to our stock of knowledge on poul try subjects For instance early hatched chickens are found to- grow more rapidly than the Jate hatched As chicks grow old it takes more food to produce a r pound of gain Chicks forced at an early age do not grow so well ii as they come to maturity With this there is not full agreement More chicks die on wet mash than when fed with dry food J Forced moulting is condemned Eggs produce the highest per centage of chicks in the early spring A twoounce egg is now 1 regarded as the standard of size Li rT C K in Industrious Hen p Rams Horn Philosophy The profane man is everywhere F I t the devil goes t No tears are ever shed for the chick that dies in the shell The man who is willing to be rrcariied might as well have no legs V The devil cant pick the lock that guards the treasures of the F righteous v I yfbereis blessingin being ichJ I TzId strong and gifted but there i 0 more in being none of theie f i1 t tir 4 I1ff j J and yet doing better than they If every man liveil in the right way no boy would live in the wrong way The man who is waiting to do- a big lot of good all at once will I never do any The sinner on the avenue is just as much a shiner as the sinner in the slums Some people spend so much time in counting the mileposts they miss all the scenery When the snail makes a mile it is a mile just the same as when made by the automabile The man who pays his debts and lets booze alone is helping to bring the world to the place where the lion and the lamb will lie down together The man who looks to the Lord for his daily bread will not be sound sawing off the end of his yardstick to make it easier for the dollars to find his pocket Indianapolis News The Lieutenant Governor who accedes to the office of Governor of Minnesota is a Swede whose original name was Olson but when he married he petitioned the court for some reason to permit him to take the name of his wife which was Eberhart This is about the only case of the kind on record By the death of Governor Johnson the Democrats lose out as he was the only= one on the ticket elected Eberhart and the whole layout are Repub licans The New Democratic Creed t Tariff for revenue only Federal income tax Election of United States Sen ators by direct vote of the peo pie v Taxation of corporations by States alone Give up the Phillip ines and imperialism Primary and ballot reforms Home rule and local self government Opposition to extention of Federal power at expense of StatesRigid governmental economy Enforcement of antitrust laws No interfernce with individual liberty Resolutions adopted at the Saratoga N Y Convention Cheer Up Theres a tariff on sugar A tariff on ice vy A tariff on iron J A tariff on rice Mi A tariff on lemons v A tariff on tea y But praise be to Allah 7 Salvations still free Theres a tariff on razorsW A tariff on soap r v A tariff on leather A tariff on rope Cv A tariff on coral r vt That comes from the sea But whoop hallelujah Salvations still free Theres a tariff on muskets A tariff on nails v A tariff on wash tubs lvy On tin cups and pails A tariff on diamonds f v Note Schedule C ir But shout loud ye mourners Salvations still freet Theres a tariff on pprkvchpps A tariff on bread v A tariff on herringsS Both live ones and dead gC A tariff on cotton H Seepage83 Ii But let in theVsunsKmlel i j Salvations still free k I Ex idf t I ItiI 1 4S J t F ffi1f r Good Management That widow is a good mana ger isnt she- Manager I should say so She got that house of hers pr cJtically fixed up liken w for ing How didshe manage it She was engaged to a carpen ter till all the woodwork was fin ished and then she broke it off andmarried the plumber a About Poultry Pick putthe poor layers Notj every hen that cackles lays an egg s Stuffing the pullets until they have no ambition to forage is a mistakeIf isahy weakness in a fowl it is very likely to develop while moulting Let us urge you reader to keep on trying to improve your flock by selection and care Now is an opportune season before bad weather come to do building and repairing Work teams ought to be allow ed to run in the pasture at night It is cruelty to confine then in hot stalls If new blood is needed in the way of cockerels a better bar gain may be had at this time than later on We wonder how many of our readers will catch hen fever this year from seeing the poultry at the fairs The real pleasure of seeing good birds grow and the satis faction of knowing they are yours pay for all bother If your old birds are good ones keep some of them with the young ones good plan to keep some old blood we think One who has tried it says burn ing a few old leather boots near the chicken house will keep away skunks for weeks Shade is an essential element in a hog pasture No farm animal suffers more from the direct rays of a summer sun than a hog Feeding too much red pepper or patent egg forcers to get the hens to lay will cause inflammation of the digestive tract and other organs The last of September the He brew New Year there is an in creased demand for geese ducks andother choice fowls Money is a help in the poultry business but woe to the one who starts in the poultry business on a big scale with money aloneno experience e One Man Killed A shooting affray at Williams Sidney in this county last Satur day resulted in the death of 0Johnwounding of George Roberts The information learned of particulars are mea gt e It seems that George Roberts and Oscar Ro1ertwere into a difficulty and that George Roberts drawing his pistol fired at Oscar Roberts the ball cutting through anear and scalping the neck Then going on it struck John McKee in the neck severing the jugular vein and break ing the neck McKee dropped and died instantly Then it is said that Oscar Roberts turned and fired at George Roberts striking him in the right breast and inflicting a wound that may prove fatal McKt the man who wai kill p 4c ed it is said was riot concerned in the fight but was merely a bystander and washit accidentally He was a married man having a wife and 5 children was buried at Pine Knot cemetery Monday George Roberts is a married man having a wife and three children He was brought to the Somerset Sanitarium Sunday were he received medical attention He is seriously injured and is in a dangerous condition though he may rally and recov ertOscar Roberts is a single man No arrests have yet been made Somerset Journal Looking Ahead Now that I have provided yoU with a good dinner said the kind lady will you saw some wood for me Madam replied the hobo from Boston nothing would afford me more pleasure than abbreviating timber for you but in behalf of posterity I am compelled to declineIBut what has posterity got to do with it queried the kl Its like this madam ex plained the selfconducted tourist With thee revolutions of the whirligig of time my grandchildren may become multimillionaires and if their daughters have occasion to purchase titles it will be so much more pleasant for them to be able to say that their greatgrandfather was a gentleman of leisure instead of a common wood sawyer Its a Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom is a health force It kills germs and colds and lagrippe vanish It heals coughracked membrances and cough ing stops Sore inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemor rhages cease Dr Geo More Black- Jack N C writes it cured me of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Gourds Keep Bugs Away The Lawreneeburg News says Aunt Sallie Harlow an old color ed woman who lives just back of the Carl Duncan establishment was asked one day why it was that shealways grew gourd vines over her hen house in sum mer Her reply was that she always planted gourd seed near her hennery in the spring to keep off chicken lice She claims that lice will not stay where the gourn vines grow and that she has tried this remedy for years and has never been bothered with lice since she first tried it The greatest trotting meeting- in the world begins at Lexing ton Ky on Tuesday Oct 5th and continues ten days Every day one or more of the historic stake races of Kentucky are contested and all the races are filled with the best horses from all sections of the country meeting at Lexington for the first time this year There are nearly 700 entries in the 33 races and it will be the greatest meeting ever known Excursion rates one fare round trip will be in effect from all Kentucky points The best racingtarid music in the country Remember the dates Oct 5 to 16 and attend 11IJ The Buckeye Powder Mill lo Cttfed at Awards Station IILv waibtbwhup r JJ Ar 1 fit liisb 1 0 1 lf11 r 1 News Notes Police Inspector Edwards Mc Cann of Chicago charged with grafting was found guilty by ajury It is expected that the Louis 0villerun through trains from Frank fort to Beattyville by Merch 1 Secretary Knox has decided not to go to El Paso to be pres ent at the meeting of President Taft and President Diaz Mile Simone Bernhardt the granddaughter of Mme Sarah Bernhardt was married at Versailles t to Edgar S Gross While the news is by no means complete fuller reports from the stormswept districts on the gulf coast indicate that 100 lives were lost Five indictments charging violations of the pure food and drug law were returned by the Federal grand jury against as many San Francisco firms Fire destroyed the postoffices and several business buildings in the vill age of Newpoint Ind Several persons were injured The loss is estimated at 30000 WilliamKiser of Des Moines was killed and many persons were hurt by interurban car from Boone striking a street car in Des Moines la The accident occurred on a trestle Unknown parties broke into the driry of Jack Roark in Fay ette county and sprinkled Paris green in the milk and butter It was discovered just in time prevent delivery to customers William H Mare a Cleveland man who is now in Battle Creek Mich has just completed fast of fifty and onehalf days In performing the feat Maire lost 40 pounds in flesh Throughout the fast he drank filtered water Pittsburgers lost over 1000 000 as a result of the tornado which swept the gulf coast Mon day The Monogabela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Com pany lost practically all the coal it had afloat the value of which is estimated at over 600000 frightful Pate Avereted 1 would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my Knee cap writes Frank Disberry Kelliher Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises itlsoon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Paull Drug Co- Sentence Sermons There is in a mushy faith The strong are always sympa thetic Work is the best preventive of moral weeds Laggard feet often go with a free running tongue One light tongue can make many heavy hearts v Religion never gains in depth as it loses in breath Virtue is more than a keen sense of the vices in others A man loses none of his own pitch when he blackens another They are most harmed by tery who are most hungry for it No man ever yet lived a life and escaped a hogs looks Religion never works better on Sunday for resting all the week The poorest man in this world is the one who owns nothing but richeeSThernore mlut neIi UfV ft feiffWJi v J religion the less religion wi1f 1 mean to men Chicago Tribune Rams Horn Philosophy 0The kind of resisting that makes the devil fly from you is the kind that keeps up a hot fire A seven days in the week The greater our need maybe the more ready the Lord isVtp t supply itStsi If we knew God better it wouldnt be so hard for some oftv us to trust him To be ready is more than h1itf the secret of success in life There is more power in a mus tard seed grain of faith than there is in apound of dynamite A habit cannot be formed in a day nor broken in an hour The best preparation for tomorrow is to do your best today The plan who has to live on corn bread at home is always finding fault with the pie wHen he travels The BedRock of Success Lies in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such from the fpower comes splen did health that Dr Kings New Life Pills impart The vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Lizemore W Va writer They are the best pills I ever used 25c at Paull Drug CoSWhat Every Magnate Knows That the money he owns has come to him not through chance f but through the fact that certain individuals are fitted hy nature to control Puck tThat all persons who differ from him about economic theories are crazyS V That the salvatian of the coun try consists in letting him alone 4 That he cannot do muchSward helping his fellowman But he would if he could That every poor man who has lost his job cannot get another t has only himself to blame v That the making of laws which 3 restrict the development of his plans are so many life blows atc the heart of ths nationlTest on Fertility of Eggs J The third or fourth egg laiaV after being mated will usually prove fertile The whole clutch of eggs are not ferilized one se vs vice of male but usually severalj eggs are Recent experiments trI have shown that in a case where the male had been removed from the pen four eggs hatched andj five more had germs Other V tests do not show so largely number but the suppositiorijasi that the male will fertilize tWct f or three eggs at a service Ex t 0SVMOn the 18th of this mdnthpa small marble shaft was placed1 at the grave of the first white set tier killed by the Indians imTerix nessee and the first white man 4 buried in the State Itwaserect ed near the Watauga riveSMd lnear where historic Boois creek empties into that riyeiifflCt r was there near what isJcnownfas DuVaults ford hat the nst+ 1 white man was buried iDhis man was Jesse Duncan andas I shaftLhe was slain by the Indijiijnr sfit mSl jrj The BIueiimTj tili I keep z large quantity oft tfeB Bt1efJ- im Coalas good as ever Use1n a grate I alip keep other grade and make the price ulowM ppiiible Givezne you order for winter liseand tnQYlt atyourlur fJ ff I lF kj6 r IIei il kA 2iitt f jr h J 7 j P 4 Et f Y r a THE ADAIR COUNTY DEWSr 3 TtltphontTbttth many r = helpedpilecursed some women ruined more lives misfortuneIt nothingto wayidulgent women waste their husbands tQOhandyt losingbothcise and their chance thriftily to secure the best there is for the price at market rat stores from which the family larder is supplied The time wasted by women in foolish phoning can never be offset by time gained by forehanded men in business for what shall It profit a man if he gain the whole world if his world is lost through folly- Telephoning from a habit finally be comes a vice and a menace to the courtesies It has the fine art of focialcorrespondence It has crowned Haste with Courtesys laurel Minna Thomas Antrim in Lippln cotts Old Names For Guns As the use of artillery became more common and the advantages of port ability and a greater rapidity of fire were recognized guns except among the orientals became smaller but of better workmanship and construction Inventors began to try their hands at all sorts of improvements or attempts at improvement and in the course of a hundred years or so the number of different pieces of cannon large and small muzzle or breechloading was simply legion There were cannon cannon royal and deinicannon three or four classes of culverins bombardsI mortars perriers thouns curtails passevolants or zebra tonasi basilisks orgues sakers min ions mojaues falcons and falconets robinets fowlers bases slings port pieces murderers drakes aspics double dogs and lagtors to say nothing of ribadoquins flying dragons and tridge mortarsGentlemans MagaI zine A Cutting Retort Before dinner at the house of a rich banker in Florence Colonel afterward the Earl of Dundas had said some sharp things about the crudities of Americans Notwithstanding this rudeness it fell to his lot to take Mme Bonaparte Betsy Patterson in to table He impertinently asked Mme Bonaparte if she had read Basil Halls book on America in which be pro nounced all Americans vulgarians Yes Colonel Dundas she answered but it did not surprise me in the least If my compatriots were de- scendedr from the Italians or Spanish any display of low breeding might as tonish me but being the direct de scendants of Englishmen it is natural A enough that they should be vulga riansto n Cursory t Eddie said the teacher can you give a definition of cursory 1 The word is generally used in connection with public speaking For example we often read that somebody made a few cursory remarks Please write a sen fence containing the word cursory After a brief struggle Eddie evolved this trIto hang pictures and when the ladder fell after pa had climbed to the top of it be bumped his head against the corner of the dining Loom table and then made a few cursory remarks Chicago RecordHeraldi On Their Minds Ive got something on my mind that Ive got to get rid of said the authorI bursting in and seizing a pencilAnd when you have got rid of it and have received a check for it there is something down in the milliners window that want to get on my mind said the authors wife up change his hat coat and pickingI Desirable A lady just arrived from Australia i was recently negotiating with an agent in London for a house in one of the newer districts of Kensington She asked If it was a nice neighborhoodI It is thoroughly replied the house agent They are without exception soup and fish fam dies The Amateur Laundress lk If I were you he said as they started out to dinner Id get me an other washerwoman That waist of yours is very badly Ironed Whats the matter for suddenly he saw a i tear in the eye of the impecunious girl 1 ironed it myself said she Requestx Is your a novel nearly done Gifted WriterYes my dear but hero must die you know myI Well aster hes dead will you this button on for meFllegende Blatter The Lesson Sunday School Teacher What do we learn from the story of the man who was told to take up his bed and walk Email Sammie We barn that they toad folding beds in ancient times Chicago NewsI k Made Him Sick Whnta the matter You look aw iljy white Seasick belowIanothererleiej and Plain Dealer v c ry iyr i f Kentucky News Henry Mock aged 15 years is mysteriously missing from his home a Morganfield- Dr J H Hart aged sixtyone years one of the best known physicians of Western Kentucky died at MurrayJ OJ B Douglas aged fifty years- a conductor on the L N rail road died of heart failure while on the train near Covington Judge Watts Parker the Republican Fusion candidate for Circuit Judge of Fayett county has refused to meet his Demo cratic opponent in joint debate Gov Wilson has issued a requisition on the Governor of Indiana for Kelley Athey of Franklin isunderIindictment on the charge of malicious cutting Summons to answer in the Federal Court at Covington the suit filed against the Burley To bacco Socity was served on M C Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture who is named as one of the defendants W P Ranaker of Berry who has been leading the fight againts the Burley Tobacco Society has quit and joined forces with the Burley organization The work of surveying the route of the Louisville Cincin nati Lexington and Mayfield traction road was begun in Grant county Burley Tobacco Society of ficials claim 85 per cent of the crop in Mason county has been pooled The Burley Tobacco SocietyII has purchased the pool Elizabethtown district o f Har din Meade Larue and Green counties and the Burley pledge will now be substituted for the Equity pledge J Webster Victor died at Cynthiana of typhoid fever He was a farmer and prominent Elk Edward Holeman a farmer of Logan county filed a petition in bankruptcy i n the Federal Court at Owensboro A mass meeting was held at Shepherdsville to protest against the establishment of the Colored State Training School in Bullitt county Stroong resolutions were adopted 4e Cynicisms When money talks it is always sure of an audience It isnt the knocker who gains admission to our confidence Silence isnt always golden Some times it is an admission of gUiltITell a married man he doesnt look it and he will be terribly flattered To be considered eccentric all a woman has to do is to prefer comfort to style The clinging nature is often illustrated by the way a man hangs on to his money t About the easiest thing in the world for some people to make is a break Even in fishing for husbands it is generally the big ones that getaway The world gets a lot more ofa pleasure out of the calling bluff than reorganizing the real thing Most things fere goVerened by the law of supply and demand but the crop of fools isnt one of them There aren mho3never bow 4t 4 I to the inevitable because they idpntTrecpgnize it when they see it Just because fools and children speak tHe truth isvno reason why they should conr versation v Herald Blasts You cannot have the ideal life apart from living for ideals Christ is never lifted above men by being separated from them i It is a good thing to undo packages of truth before you fling them at folks The church as an end in itself is death as a tool is life and sal vation The man who makes you think of heaven will need no ticket at the gateY The sickly saints are those who never work their religion out of their systems The man who is afraidof hurtling the devils feelings has some of the feelings in his heart Often that which we regard as a terminus in life turns out to be but a station n Gods highway There are many hugging the delusion that a little public chari ty will cover a lot of private theftIt always easier to prescribe purging by fire for others than it is to endure a little pain washing of ourselves Rams Horn up Reflections of a Bachelor Many a man will swear to a thing that he wouldnt bet on V When pugilists meet they sel dom strike each other favorably reIIIt isnt always failing memory that causes a woman to make a fool of a man than to make a man of a fool He who separates a fool from his money is always looking for the good things of life Dont be a knocker but on the other hand dont permit your self to be some other fellows anvil No Maude dear the come dian who indulges in a horse play doesnt necessarily play the races Wigwag The trouble with you is you are blind to your own faults GuzzlerIf that is the case lets have an eyeopener Money talks quoted the wise guy Yes but if you dont hear it the first time it seldom repeats itself added the simple mug The Language of Printers Many people are not aware that printers have a language of their own unintelligible to the uniniated The following upto date order from an exchange gives an idea of the printing office Lingo Billy put Si r Charles Tapper on the galley and finish up that murder you commenced yesterday Set upj the ruins of Herculaneum and distribute the smallpox Lock up Laurier and slide McCarty into the hell box and leave the pi alone until after dinner Put andgojthnal punishment Now all this is simple enough when translat ed into English and not nearly so rough as the reader may im agine V tJ c yj t I In Merry Mood t Tis better iobe rightthanileft Little things tell in life little brothers for instance The man in the moon is proba bly the only one doesnt believe hes a man of the world Cupids kiss is first aid to the injured v Loves young dream is as old as the hills Golden opportunities donot travel by a time table The tramp is an idle worshiper Vi Pedigreesseldom f improve by age WibbleYou may talk against the freaks of fashion but she has made a hit for once WabbleIn what way WibbleWhy in making the the slim girl fashionable at a time when living is high t t I would send you a kissIwrote little Lucy to her but Ive been eating ct My boy Johnnie has a cheer disposition V Yes tt Oh yes When I make him wash his neck instead of grumbling he just says hes glad hes not a giraffe Bob was describing a night in the African jungle Suddenly he said impres sively there was a hideous blare of sound followed by a blood curding wall We shuddered pressed out fingers into our ears and Say pa whispered 10 year old Edgar nudging his father he must have heard sis sing t Papa do lobsters have hearts rr I dont know Willie Ask your sister f JudgeIt seems to me Ive seen you befor- ePrisonerYou have judge I gave your daughter singing lessons JudgeTwenty years n3 3 3 3E3 i 3 3 s a JONES a QVETERINARY SU Kill I 11 II1tl Q R JQto I my over Co Phone Residence 96 a COLUMBIA c KYa f 30000CJ 2t Font Hill J R Luttrell is taking a trip to Oklahoma at this writing The Teachers Association will be held at Fairview next Satur day Everybody come and have a good time Marvin Smith is recovering after being down a week There was a party held near here Saturday night and the young folks had a nice time The schools which have been st7i1pedon account of diptheria have all started up again rMonev Comes In Bunches To A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipa tion nervousness and general debUi ytj he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weak er every day in spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored anmyolI time health and vigor can tend to business every day Itawon derful medicine Infallible for Stom acb Liver Kidneyi Blood and Nerves SOctt Paull BrugGo l 0J- j F p t l J IFUo1t A fioBs r Ei413 ti G ENTUG Y rGR 1 V llus Erpough f Pioniet Witte Fence s f to fence in Green and Adair counties I hT Y e Stay wires on this fence are soSr f attached that they cant slip on the t Line Wires The Harder You Pull j the Tighter it Gets l E1loucif t lc I Pou1tty getting to fence an Acre Chicken Yard on every farmin the two lcountiesad dont forget the 97 kinds of Wall Paper ad vertised in recent issues of The News e4 e s e+ 4t f HORD RICE i iDEALERS IN f HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES Ie RUBBER TIRES e e BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CN eONSHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL CAMPBELLSVLLE KENrucke 44 6 44 + 4 a LUMBER III 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 patern 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 = A GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of MERCHANUISEI f Ptroduee Wanted x w L SIMMONS riUMBLE KENTUCKYQ tIII F ANK IWATGBmAIE I a f Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired ISatisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE i I Pay Cash for Old Gold and Silver iuoeafiiers OOE3E3CJOE30E3 + F3E33E a s I v 1 VI I1ri f7fI7j 7iJ7i ri7K7ij7 i nvie S Dr James Menzies t r OSTEOPATHY It 7K CONSULTATION ANB r Utce iK EXAMINATION FREE AT RESIDENCE Columbia Kentucky The Adair County News and CourierJournal P Both One Year ler iB r 1t7i 4 1 t Iur w r 11 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS- t lOCOO1 are y 0 OW 0 eat ThisraI IiVOUWILL WANT TO SEE ME AND BUY if1ibn ns LJ a- sg 1 t Globe Fertilizer an Empire Wheat Drill 0 D L R CHELF KNIFLEY KY 2- i 160 OJ iO 0 to 00 nl8cn iO cOJ to OJ IOd rht dutf J1l1 ntii tU1S r Published Every Wednesday BY TOE Adair County News Company y INCORPORATED EDITORrDemocratic newspaper devoted to the Interests at the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties stored at the Columbia Foatoffice as send dtM mail matter WED OCT 6f 1909 UUt i rftNNOUlICeMGNTS l YYlrY cYYYi YYYYYYY YYYY7CYY- w Y FOR MAGISTRATE T rI am a candidate for magistrate in irct party J M Willis rJ IM i THE SPEAKING MONDAYg 1 1t Hon Elzy Bertram of Clinton n l county candidate to represent L the people of the 16th Senatorial jpdistrict in the next Senate of fKentucky spoke to a good audi l ence at theCourthouse lastMon pointedVf and forcible speaker and was i given strict attention through pfi out In beginning he stated that ti He did npt want any man to e Ipf deceived in voting for him he Slf knew that if hewas elected j his P election would have to be P brought about by Republican votes as the district was over whelmingly of that political i 11fait he wanted the people to i t know that He was a Democrat and in Presidentialland Congr essi o nal races he voted the Democratic ticketI But he believed in being just to all men irrespective of political affiliations and that if he was sent to the senate he would not i legislate for any particular partyi s but would work for the interest of the whole people He stated that more Republicans jn the dis o trict than Democrats had solicit K r andedthat he did not consider that heJ was making a political fight but a fight to represent the interests of the entire people Mr Bert J rom isc comparatively stranger- in this county but he asked thatJ Hhis standing and character in his home county be investigated and if he was found worthy then he would be glad if the voters ofthis county would give 4 him their hearty support promis lag that if elected to make faithful Representative A ma jo ity of the audience was Repub lican but the speaker was give the closest attention v When Mr Bertram 4 t Hon L T Neat the Republican 1ccandidate for the same position t took the stand and spoke for about twenty minutes He statedf nomisnee of his party reciting his t y rtij1 ntif in said pirty and LK rf the he played hT maki- f r Mw ai1 QUno Republicanb Y I IFBI J s kJr rra majority of three hundred and seventyfive He spoke of other I important measures that had be come laws by the acts of Republicans etc and was proud of his party affiliation He was mis taken when he said Mr Bradley had the bill passed taking the tax off tobacco Bradley per haps voted for the bill but Con gressman Stanley of the Second district a Democrat had more to do with that bill becoming a law than any other one man Mr Bertram was introduced by Hon James Garnett Mr Neat at home needed no Iintroduction President Taft inhis campaign speeches stood for an honest and fair revision of the tariff in the interests of the peeple In his message to congress and also in his public declarations while con Fs was convened for the pur oseofrevision he called atteri tion to party pledges ad clearly indicated that he was firm in his position but the scene has shifted the nightmare of promise has passed and the cloak of disguise cast aside The President signed a bill that revised but it was not what the people wanted and not for their welfare He apparently affixed his signature under protest of his judgment1 and desires but his late utterance show that the great good of the entire people was not deep rooted In his address in the middle northwest he defended the PayneAldrich measure and claimed it should be accepted by the party He openly and clearly puts party interests above the countrys good His position is that ofa partisan and not a statesman He held out honest revisions before his election to get the votes and he now defends high protective measure for party solidarity The people were fooled before the election and they have been fooled and disappointed since In our judgment Mr Taft is the bigest misfit that ever occupied the White House His position can not be endorsed by any real believer in a high tariff neither can a genuine revisionist accept his t mixture of milk and cider The The condition of the country has not changed its emergencies still exist and if a revision down ard was needed before his elec tion it is needed now If the bill he signed failed to measure failedato give the full scope of relief and justi e hedemanced then it nownand should not meet his hearty pleadof party solidarity io arty is greater than the countyXand no- f real true benefactor of man will so claim Thee agricultural interests of the middle west will notbe content to put up witH a bad and impartial tax law f- sat1rIIJIUIAO J le IIIICYI the s3a 1 for 4rrhroteCtio laaa r r 1 L r passed that there exists no necessity for if and Mr Taft and his party were under promise to give the people a change Since our last issue Mr Tim B Cravens has announced for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Adair county and goes upon the Democratic ballot by petition the papers having been filed with the County court clerk with more than a sufficiency of names Mr Cravens is a son of Mr Mont Cravens and is one of the best known young men of Adair sPo1sitionbody For several years he has been doing court work and at this time he is the official Ster nographer of the 29th judicial district He is thoroughly com petent for the position and he solicits the votes and influence of the people of the county ItI is only four weeks until election but within that time he hopes to meet and shake the hand of every friend in Adair I county iirSenator Bradley is making speeches in the interest off Mr rilleSIXMr Grinstead was not eligible for reelection Did t he law lange or did Mr Bradley 4 Ncatsburg i J The haalth of this community is reasonably good at preseJltI v Mrs Ben Grant and family of Lebanon are visiting friends and relatives at this place Misses Katherine Squires and Dell Key Mitchell of Columbia- vitited their young friends at Eunice Dunnviile and eats burg last month v J R Beard and son merchants ofthis place tare having a full trade IeJ N White and your correspondent are suffering warms ith sore and dislocated fingers The result of the ballygame last SaturdayProf 0 Cabbell is conduct ing a class in music at the Spout Springs school house Last Saturday Neatsburg and Dunnville ball teams played an interesting game at the Minglet to Park near Neatsville The boys were all in fine trim but the Neatsburg boys were too much for jbh e visitors The Dun vifie boys were at the bat the last time with two men down and the score standingS to 2 When two errors were made by right fielder and second baseman resulting 1 n 4 scores for Dunn ilie The game closed 8to 6 in favor of Neatsburg Batteries for Dunnviile1 Pierce Rice Hatter and McKinley for Meatsburg White fa it ld Hard wick ht c Q 2 1rf ftt 8 1i ln The health of this cQmna n J S f1k Si 1tiG nc H TH- EBuchananLyon Co Wants u seloal one of their 1 EMPIRE cr HOOSIER WHEAT Dt I LS rlf I i r L t J i fiAMERICAN J FENCEJIfl j qi I ALSO t BARBED and PLAIN WIREFENGE1Opr- t 7 I j1 L i tr tt r t fI d 1 II r tl c i f TOafJ6catl f bQR4 ttJlESi 1 i h11t f rc iff You will make a mistake if you do not buy now Everything 1 j r thatJ is made of Iron w1 rsillC j advance In price I 2 3 v X i 1 BuchananLyon Incorporated y tampbellsvmeKYi Jf r t is god at this time Mrs Sarah Abrelland Mrs Ella Iik vislted Russellcoun ty one day last week I1drSa Willis1 and daugh attended the singing at Spout Spring last Sunday The school at this place is progr MHwng nicely under the management pt MrlI rSh 1air u fL IStel1 naJEdna i 4C i 1t 0t5 qlr i herd of Russell county attended the sIngulgat this place last Sunday lVfrClarenCty vi3it d the family of J B Abrill last Sundayr Mrs Ella Pike and sisters Misses Mattie and Emma Ayers visited MrS George Grant list Sunday Mwe mcAyers jviwtidiMiss Lizrit Abrell one n week f7r rtAbre11A d f fr r or VN B Dillingham and famil Mr Lawson Bottom andsonr of Cabbellma Ayers were visiting Mr T W1 Bryant last Sund r rMrEllapping at Eunice one day lasfrifei The singing school at this place is progressiniiic Mr R L Neat andWBryant were at JQinsoiwda lst firp t s i l ii 1rr f t I c f r d r i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 4 =I f 1 IEnj l lA I SINCLAIRS OLD STAND 7 if you do not see what you want ask for it they Have it Remember the place c LILineTI t f b mJf I t 12 50 f i z tO- f 25 t 4rrtf t j 11 Qe have a large Stock of n4 0LadleS t It Tailored Goat Sults i Jembracing all the New and LateSt Shades at i 3U prices from 1250 to 2500 J per Suit The famous Artistic II s IfJ 1 line Russell coY- YYYJt t x tYYYIY Y CY f7 YYYYYrY t oPERSONAL so Dr J HGrady was here from Gra dyville Monday Mr ir W Thompson Milltown Was here countycourt Judge H C Baker is holding court in Metcalfe county Miss Myrtle Myers has been quite sick for the past week Mr Rollin Hurt left today for the Metcalfe circuit court fMr J C Yates Bradfordsville was here one day last week Mr Will Haskins was here fro Campbellsville Sunday tHi Mr E R Perkins of Edmonton was here a few days ago I t1 r Mrs C T Triplett left on an extend yjed VIsit to Missouri today TompkinsvilleTr was in Columbia last Thursday 1 Mr Jw W Jackman is again confic- ej to his room and isCiuite a sick man J Yr Mr Henry Beachamp of the Camp X1ii bellsville bar was here county court Mrs R FeRowe of Amandaville t daysjfcV Mrs Ella Dixon and son James o 11 i f Glasgow are visiting Mrs Bettie But E Ier i x Mr Matthew Taylor was here Mon fli shaking hands with his many friends jMr P C Clever and son Lebanon spent a few days in ColumbiaI oiji tweek t 4 r TE Jeffries who has been sick gainmgji1 visitied rr rliay in Columbia and mt Glenvill- liiit 1 SJ ji t j l ff d r r r j 1 i M IJ frn NrtNl 1 lN6f ji IiIir I r I k hIiif 1 s J t t tJr Y X H B Ingram Sons 3 A buyer for this establishment has just returned from the market where a handsome Fall Stock of foods was purchased and is now open for in= spection Call see and get their prices on Dress Goods Clothing Shoes bats Ladies and Gents Furnishings Queensware Glassware Notions r Etc They also keep a full line of heavy Groceries and are selling at short i profits ii r rr J H Young is on a business IMr Arkansas A T Armstrong of Elida N M spent several days of last week in this place Mrs Bettie Hu chison of this place is spending a week with relatives at Cane Valley Mr John D Lowe who made mess trip to Nashville returned homeI a few days ago Mrs R Mont Feese and daughter Katherine of Danville are visiting her parents at this place MessrsV Jo Philips and Sam Mackir Lebanon were here a few days ago looking for horses an mules Mr and Mrs Willis Hutchison of near Cane Valley visitedrelatives 4in Columbia one day last week Rev J P Scruggs and wife who have been visiting here left for their home in Midway last Thursday- Dr C M Murrell of Elida New- Mexico is spending a few days with relatives and friends in Columbiaytr Mr Ral h Waggener and Mr Millard Collins who have been afflicted with typhoid fever are in a fair way for ear ly recoveryIMisses Lilla and Ethel Jackman at tedned the DudgeonPaxton wedding atCane Valley Wednesday evening of last week Mrs S H Pile and little daughter of Glasgow Mo will arrive tonight on a visit to Mrs Piles mother Mrs Elizabeth Pile Mrs Sarah A Miller and her daugh t riMrSA H Ballard left this morn ing to visit Mr N B Miller and family Springfield Mo f Mr Stephen Conover father of Mr Jo N Conover has been in a very fee ble condition for several days He is quite an old man Dr J N Page and wife will leave In the morning for Monticello The Doc tor will return Friday and Mrs Page will remain several weeks l Mr James Cole of Bakerton was here Monday and renewed a number of subscription and put on several new subscribers for the News r Mrs S T Hughes who has been vis iting her mother Mrs Lizzie Murrell and other relatives in Elida N M re turned home last Thursday night Messrs R H Durham Henry Miller W H Wilson Master Henry Wilson Edwin Wilson Walter Goff Tom Holla day Jo Coffey A S Chewning Ew ing Stults Will Young S F White Woodruffi and Ernest Flowers W E Bradshaw and Albert Stapo went to Louismville Colonels play Messrs Holladay Stults and Young played with Greens burg ENGELHARDS COFFEESJPRICES 15c 20c 25c 35c 5I This is the best wade of Coffee roasted We want you to try this and if it isnt forfmoney Ballard Russell Sole f Agent S jrvv Absher deliveredItwp very interesting sermons at erevening t L f j 1 j ti t 0L day morning Pulling fodder and sorghum making in this vicinity Mr Luke Morris of Ozark was in this community last week bidding friends goodbye before his departure to Bowling Green where he will enter college Misses Nancy Willis and Effie Sanders visited their parents at Joppa Saturday night and Sun IMr William Curry and wife were in Columbia Jast Wedhes 4rdayi Several from this place attended the Caleb Powers sneaking in Columbia The Revs Floyd closed a very interesting meeting at Purd Mas- tSunday 0Iti 4 1 Mi WB Morris and I wife wersin Columbia one dU last week 1r r The school at BloomingtQn is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Nancy Wil lisJRev John Rice will preach at Bloomington the first SuJd y in tieOctoberA large crowd attended the social at Mr Sam Baults last Thursday night ijj The apple pealing at Mr Jim Willis Monday night was enjoy ed by all present Mr W P Curry and wife were guests at Mr Henry Good ens Sunday Mr H 0 Corbin wife and daughter Mrs Francis Willis and children and Miss Annie Smith spent Sunday a Mr D F Corbins Miss Ida Grant visited Mrs T W Rice one day last week Mrs Susan Brockman of Pel lyton is visiting relatives in this neighborhood V Mr Jim Corbin and family spent Sunday at W A Corbins a Plum PointKMiss Lena Corbin was the guest of Mrs Sarah Curry at Purdy one day last week Miss Annie Smith of Colum bia spent one day last week at Miss Nancy Willis school at Bloomington beganatJParnell conducted by Floyd 3rosJ Mis Annie Smith of Columbia isvisiling Miss Lettie Feese this week Siihools at Plum Point and Hickory Grove are progressing nicely under the management of Mr Mont Biggs and Miss Annie Royse nFrton and wife afr io 0 I r r oi tli a Everything tsne pf rGENERAL If Goods GlotKMg Shoes Ladles and Gents Furnishings f2Jm fii HiIM I Wi K d TELEPHONE 92 PROMPT DELIVERY r e 1rtve TO I PIe POUNDto r Fy Ifls in v the Grocery Line We have itii 1 r Ei 10 ifWe are sole agents for Wiihurines Magic S iftey Oil 1 E pounclv i HeinzsIure Food Products 57 varieties Bon clalph8i Bat Prs haiidmade Chocolates aridJSbn Bops the finest packed wf i jfc We carry a complete line of California canned goods viz Apricots sliced Lemon Cling Peaches rs agiis Etc Our stock is completes the line of ia1cJ 8r rieBi such as French Peas Petit Po is Pegs Gracled Chunkalso the famous Hawaiian sliced Pineapple jJ OUR CANNED flegr DepftRTMeNT consists of Boiled Lobster Genuine Potted Sardines in tomato Sauce end allothers carried byrFancy Grocers WE HAVE THE NATIONAL 0IOompanys InnerSeal Line from Uneeda Biscjiit up complete These goods are always fresh fast Miss Oscar Corfims tb iiijI press Hats Etc Asp Ham OUR BRANDS OF Souvenir and Belle Lily Lily Rose sfcaightS Everything we sell teedt11 9F we please you tell others if not tell us- i GIVE US TRIAL Y Ballard Russell i Toe New Grocers At Cravens old Stand I V I tended preachingat Purdy Sunday i Bersha Burton and rotbr 1IDgOnMr Arnold of Knifley was visiting at R A last Sunday J tdI1Yton 4 i r vr lr y xl y f t ii i j T rI t I l f I i i j vi i o i j P Jr c V i r FLOUR Marvel La patents White is Guaran A I IINSUREI i f i tN A 7 i 3800D8DOCJEI Your Your Homes BarnsJ IYour Live Stock Your eayAgainst Accident fti1 T Murrell Miller d rss2 Nsr 11 riii1 i i IAy16 n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iJ QlF i LN Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 imv I SIN SOUTH Lv LOUISVILLE BOUND At LEBANON r ffe27 700 am 942am No 23 815 am 1004 am JoT9 505pm 740 pm No 21 800 pm 1000 pm I JNo98 630pm 909 pm NORTHBOUND thAIN Lv LEBANON AB LOUISVILLE 024 548 am 750 am o78732am 1015am 028 430pm 655 pm 7S022 628 pm 815 pm JSo92 732am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only C M WISEMAN SON Diamonds and Precious Stones lJ Jewlers and Opticians H Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line r s Opositc Music Hall 132 Market St let 1st 2d St Louisville K- ySD Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnetlon to Eyes FistuloPollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEIfALF MILE ON DlSAP FROM COLUMIA WILMORE POINTMENTiii W M t1Ist1ORH trop tf i FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates GIIDYIILIJeIicy Res Phone 23 Office Phone 402 rDr James Triplet DnBst1 mr r jEFFfUE BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Ii mr + Dunbar entl8t- r OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 r JCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY p joseph II StoneA- ttorneyAtLaw c i1l practice in this and adjoining counties Jamestown Kentucky r I rf nIIeealIPuenYJetftu tt mao aM tWr MJ aH its J I tFwJ tUlllfet1Ml Xape 0ftI1 rrU hIo t rju u i irf y l 4 i f irLive ff og f t rS r JH r Inq followinghumorous incident shows that nearly 200 girls in the Kansas City highfschool have never seen a live hog It had been related that a school girl recently went to the country and seeing a pig run across a yard asked what animal it was On receiving the information that the scampering beast was a hog she exclaimed Why it has hair This led tan o inquiry on the subject and a canvass of all the high school girls in Kansas City showed that some 200 marriageable girls of the second thmarketer seen a Itve member of the por cine family The October Review or Re views comes out with a group o striking articles on the of the North Pole Besides th character sketch of Commander 6understood enjoyedJ a ex plorer and an intimate knowledgen of his work there is a popular scientific article on the discorery and its significance of Cyrus Adams the geographer an these are followed by an extend ed interview with Dr Cook re ported by W T Stead from Co wlpenhagen These three articles were written exclusively for the Reviews or Reviews during the month of September after the world had been thrilled by the news flashed from the Shetland Islands and from the distant coast of Labrador The securing and publication of these articles within so short a time is a feat unparalleled in monthly mag zine journalismh Negro Denomination in Louisville IThere is some demagougery and some sense also in the cry raised by the Democrats in Louisville of negro denomination It is sheer demagogery if the Dem nigro that Louisville is- in any danger of being ruled by the black race This was threatened danger in some o the Southern States where t negroes outnumbered the whites that the most intense partisan white Rebublicans moving fro New England to the South vote with the Democratic party to suchIber the blacks three to one But there is a phase of the question in which the Demacrats are entirely right in pointing out as a menace to the citys welfare that there are 12000 negro voters in the voting as a unit the Republican ticket This enormeus vote in more than half of the entire Republican strength in the city Republican success would beyond possIbilityI QfficesinIJcans is entitled to the great con sideration at their hands They will be forced in time to divide the offices with them and to cater to their support in various ways It is both human and na tural that they should do so The negro is not going ta contin ue to vote the Republican ticket out offices when he has strength to demand recognition It may be said that the present Republican ci administration on has not recognized the negro in the dis tt jf t k tribntion of the loaves and fish es 19 It is true that it has done but little for their black a 1 lies but that does not argue that it will not be done in the future Every Republican victory makes it more probable that it will be done for the justice of r their claims for recognition cannot be disputed There is absolutely no danger of negro office holders in any form from a party which does not owe its success to negro votes A Republican victory m Louisville threatens negroes in office and every victory it wins akey have the votes to demand a fair share of what they win a the polls while a victory for the Democrats removes from the realm of probability this cata Quitf paS ers are all too ready to Jum intoa controvery take sides and engage in hotheaded dispute is undignified and harmful ot only to themselves but to the principles involved Such dis cussion never settled a disput thde of a fair and final adjust of the point in controversy more remote than ever Aneditoral under the above caption from the Chicago RecordHerald is specially timely and important at this time when all the world is being stirred over the PearyCook contro versy The RecordHerald says The polar explorer is a fine roan whether he finds the pole or not Heres to him Well warm him up when he comes to compensate him for all is arctic ffreezings tc But the polar scrapper is thingespecially1I temperate climes The kind of heat he supplies is not the kind the polar explorer needs It reminds one too much of the extr terrestrial antipodes of the absolute zero The sporadic privateco pinprickfof wonheld exI can be done but and bear pigrimBut the threatened organiza ofLpolar scrappers bandednot to honor one explorer but to dishonor oCa1badWe sincerely hope that the dispatches telling o f organiza tions of this contemptible nature are premature Rather let u s hope for organizations to promote an era of good feeling the south ern limit of which will be at least the article circle Otherwise we Americans can never look an Es kimo in the face again J rnWest ern Publisher Fuller reports from the storm swept territory on the gulf coast show that the damage done by the hurricane was greater than was thought at first It is no believed that the number of lipTes lost was over fifty The rail roads are badly handicapped in their efilbrts to restore schedules and it will be several weeks be fore train are running as usual The property low will run i thee m1i lioTieJ tL J l l t 7 t 1 0 lTJ f re y Nothing Like it Here s Joseph Leiter ta dinner in Washington said earnestly of his approaching Surppean tourftc Where I am going Ill findI something that we havEnt here that well never have here namely hopeless poverty Mr Leiters seriouness gave place to a lighter mood cc Why said he the poverty of Europe is so acute that I am credibly informed it is quite a common thing over there for little children knocking at neighbors doors to whine saysswill ye us somethin toy pt day evening Liver TrUt1 1IBtI FrelfiJlIAny intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble for the symptoms canj not be mistaken If the white of bepappear if the bowels do not move if you have sick headache if you are yourliver ctIPepsin the great herb laxative compound l1x11tlveof gastric juice thereby soon denabling the liver to do its work naturally A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 cents or 1 and in many Cases a single pennIsYlvaniastubborn and very longstanding case of liver trouble with pimples blotches jaundice etc and it cured him Mrs B Flinchum Jackson Ky says the sameIof it Thousands of families keep the house against just such an emer gency as you can never tell when some member of the family will need a laxativeIn goadI to have you or any other ferer from the liver make a test of Dr personallexpense works It will start you on the cure y your trouble and convince you that itI have found a cure That is the object the sample and the doctor urges you send for it today If there is anything about C your alIment tl1t you dont understand or you want any medical advice write wiUIno charge for this service The address is Dr B 45 f Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldgI i Si Monticello Sunset of Life jThe Old age is coming on apace and bringing wrinkles in my face and thining out my hair the myastrength and bent my stalwart back at length but really I mornsing calm andsweet I labored in the moontimes heatnow come the rest and shade The sun is havengalways my bast dusk finds ed lifes quiet eve with all its clamor past Why should the wayworn pilgrim wail who buff eted by storm and gale a refuge finds at last If you can say 1Ive done by best while I have been a transient guest in this old tavern here then may you go with buoyant tired and daunt less spirit to your bed for there is naught to fear Youve made no doubt some grave mistakes youve left a trail of foolish breaks but blunders are no sin if you have tried to travel straight the guardian of the shin ning gate will bid you enter in And so the twilight hour is sweet to pilgrims of the weary feet who westward throngs They are not children in the dark ap palled by phantoms stern and stark but lulled by angel songs wThree men were guillotined at Valence France last week at day break for a series of atrocious crimes The crimes created a reign of terror No less than twelve murders and 200 robberies syre laid afr the doors of these witnesseddntaw ldIY every time the knife fell o llilf F I L rr l v7N17K7r f K7r7K7K7K7iiK 7 HUBBUCH BROS WELLENDORFF INCORPORATEDJ Successors to Hubbuch Bros 1 w toAn Old Firm in a New Garbvisl 5 v 5 tWe are the same people as strong f as ever before The same I pilnCwour Your needs ins nr m CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FINE WALLPAPER m I7iC Will be taken care of in the conscientious vmanner as ever bii I w HUBBUCH BROS ccc WELLENDORFF 7iLOUISVILLE KYImw 522522 W MARKET ST n iiC wwlN ww w w v vnC77 iI 7iS =iii 7r lr nC ifi r j iiiieir m miv 7i ii n n e to GET OUR PRICES ROOFING BEFORE YOU BUY t iSee our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined fCleat and Cap Roofing Jput on like tin roof without any nails exposedand is better than any rin troof It will last a life time without painting We carry in stock V Crimp fand Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubberand all kinds Paper roofing J i Behlei Bos I ON WH wanE t S 5 UUitre Cutler y Guns J 116 E market St Bet 1st Brook WjPLGOfl MAT lr iaii t Ltouistill eDtaekyTelephope 2167 Both Phones a e e e aoeQ e asdo 4- N7 i fI If 7I m ieQ n i 7i i m r ivt V 7fvig PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 74G Refurnished Redecoratedand e iI vi modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu Q Sri lar Prices Convenient to Wh0I wviV v w Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE iL j7t1 WnALNUTSTREETSw AlifLouisvillem w- mk l Vt1 I m SS tI ti Ii 7I I k I Iv 7 V71C 11 I r v1G G HARDW K Pres J H COCKE Pres RH DIETZMAN dec WTPyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MILkLkWfIGJTS I mACf1I1tlgT DEALERS IN ENGNES 1301 fGRISTI SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work =t fJOBBING WORK SOLICITRD I ON kEalredL I rvc d IRusaell Springs 1t h1nNI i OPEn TOW tf4 t- HEALTH SEEKER j 1 And the Traveling Public the Building which is commodit has ffableiroom piirethealth WINFREY PHELPS RUSSELL Jit SPRINGS LI A i1 Mr St SUBSCRIBE l fOR iTlfeAWR COUNTY 8 TI iyfRV HiiiV tf t i n iJ tf jS i tfi I II r tz i THE ADAM COUNTY NEWSN 7 forcing the Tariff Issue President Taft s extravagant bsology of the Payne tariff and declaration that party solid arity must be preserved at whatever sacrifice destroys the last hope that this country will ever get relief from the robbery of monopoly tariff taxationo through the Republican party As long as party solidarity is paramount to the fulfillment of party pledges the extreme protectionist will have their way in every Republican Congress and willpyoke Strong as are the residents inclinations toward a reasonable measure of tariff tectioh strong as have been prod his P v expressions favoring a margin of protection that would only suffice m to cover the difference in cost of production to home and abroad he has been forced to surrender unconditionally to the radicals of the AldrichCannon faction of his party Any future Republi can President who may favo r r moderation in tariff taxation will be subjected to the same humili at onJThe Presidents Winona speech rasa slap in the face to th seven Republican Senators an 4tfce numerous Republican Reper jfKatntatives who voted against th e tSyne bill on its final passage Hlwas an affront to the Repub Iowa8nsas undertose opposedtOlpresident Taft has forced the between the two eat parties to the line from which there is no receding The Twilight zone between the Democratic party and the Repub heap party on that question has disappeared By his speech a Winona the official leader and r spokesman of the Republican party notified the Republican ttrifik reformers of the North rsair and the Middle West that party has nothing for them he Democratic party is the bnlw agency through which they 1i what they want The jprident has destroyed the use fulness of Republican tariff re form delegations in Congress Hi has pointed Chairman Lloyd 1 the Democratic Congress 1 Campaign Committee to ground on which the gre battle of next year is to be L ftEsvH1 8111ft JiV rmers are still wishing vj yawingwheat until it does rai x merchants Smith Bros are8 the city buying goods for rket J D- itlit eria has aboutPlaYed o u t vicinity and we think 11 be no more troubl el Aid MerkleY sold a nice bunt h Wilkersoacalves n D unville Smith sold a nice bunth Itkogs to a MT Simpson of knownrtot Hill Milling Co are doing a nice busines this season frocanur to supply their trx e fect0 Y ii clom a tR Birthday Dinner The birthday dinner at Mr Simi Roachs last Sunday was argely attended Mr Roach went to spend a while with a neighbor and knew nothing of the surprise and in a short time the house was full of neighbors and friends with loaded baskets f nice things to eat They soon spread the dinner which consisted of turkey cakeschickensh pies preserves many other mentionbThe table almost groaned under the weight of luxuaies and at 11 oclock sent for Mr Roach and when he came they presented to him several nice presents then after a few jokes they all ate- inner and spent the rest of the afternoon in song service and prayers conducted by Mr Curt Roach Those present were Mr Tom Cole and family Mr Huston Roach and wife Mr Marshall Roach and family Mr Daniel Mooneyham and wife Mr Jeff Rose and family Mrs John Rose and son Mr Charlie Janes and family Mr Lee Janes and wife Mr John Frodge and family Miss Nannie Bet Rose Miss Mandy Scott Mrs Patsy Con nard and son Mr Hermin Roach Edd report a nice time t I Dirigo Mr G G Campbell and two sons Herschel and Ova are sick with fever FairplayIJ W McClister at this place last Saturday About sundown that afternoon he was stricken with paralysis and is now in a very critical condition and his chances for recovery are doubtful Rufus the little son of Mr verytR L Campbell dismissed his school for a few days in order to attend court J W Campbell sold 9 hogs to- Ed Thomas for45 Bakerton Mr and Mrs S A Stephen son was here shopping last week ST Irvin went to Becks Store last week on business There was a speaking in Bnrks ville the 22nd by Caleb Powers speakatOng at BurksvilletMrs Belva Strange has been on the sick list but is better a this writing J D Goff was at home a day or two last week He has bee away drilling freshwater wells Mrs S T Irvin and Miss Lois Dillon visited Mrs Silas Stephen son one afternoon last week Mrs Bob youngand children and Mrs Betties Williams of Eunice are visiting their sister Mrs E E Cheatham Mr and Mrs J W Parrish of Scott Bottom visited at G M Dillons last Saturday and Sun day Rev Goodman pastor of the Howards cBpttbm church preach ed his farewell sermon last Sun dayJ f Mrs Kate Williams and son Huber visited at Mr Tom Cheat hams on West Fork loaf Thurs day Mr U M Dillonhu fo indt MVSV ibme attract on Crocus Greeks ik r iii 7 1 S7t F 1J he went up there both Saturday and Sunday We think there ist some one up there that has a white feather in their hat Mrs H G Parrish is having trouble with rheumatism Messrs Roy and Aubrey Helm left last Friday morning for Bowl ing Green and Fla Some one borrowed piece of meat from Mr Mena Fletcher night last week he dont ave any idea when they will pay it back- Bakerton ball team played West Fork last Saturday they quit in favor of Bakerton J A Young is buying another drove of cattle out of Clinton county I Weed We are having some very cool nights at present Most everybody is through cut ting tobacco in this section Several from this place attended the speaking at Colum bia last Monday Mrs George Cole and her son Elmer spent last Wednesday night with the family of Sam Hill in Metcalfe county Mr W L Fletcher made a business trip to J 0 Moore last Thursday Mr and Mrs Porter Flowers were visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Cole last Saturday night an SundayRev J N Walbert Preache a very interesting sermon at Big Creek last Sunday Mr Sam Hill and daughter of Metcalfe county attended preaching at Big Creek last Sun day Mr Rufus Pulliam of Nell was in Columbia last Monday While there he bought some nice young mules One from F M Murrell 5000 one from W A Grant 5000 one from John Morrison 6750 one from S Turner 8750 and one from Mont Conover 750 Mr V Harvey and wife and Mrs R G Wilson all of Ruby f were visiting at the home of Mr J L Moore Saturday night and SundayMr Kire Bragg of Green county was visiting relatives and friends at this place the first of the week Eller t Mr W L Simmons Russe Springs was here on business Thursday Stquite sick for several weeks is some better at this writing PeoP1ne heard Hon Caleb Powers lecture at Jamestown Tuesday Rev Jas Sullivan of Sewell ton preached at Christian Chapel Sunday afternoon Mr Fi B Simmons visited at Craycraft Saturday and Sunday Mr Uriah Selby of Russell Springs spent Tuesday night at Mr A H Foley s Mr Sam Tompkins is the new clerk at J C Nelson s store Mr LG Benardj of Russell Springs visited at Silas Benares Sunday Mr R 31L Loyd Jamestown and Mr Robert Antle Olga we here Thursday buibeIWaJ1P1I MS t i trf JPSs f 4 Nell Mr and Mrs Virgil Kinn ira and little daughter Ruby from Sulphur Well are spending sev eral days with friends and relatives at this place Mrs J 0 Russell of Columbia after spending a few days at this place and Red Lickre turned home last Friday after noonSherman Reece is qoats sick with typhoid fever Mrs Mary Bell is visiting her sister Mrs S L Kinnairdat Red Lick this week Miss Zula Kinnard of Red Lick who has been visiting relatives at Frankfort for quite awhile has returned home She was accompanied by her cousin Miss May Nell who will spend sometime before she returns Cutting corn and tobacco is the chief occupation of the farmers at this time Mr S R Walker and wife and Messrs R C Pulliam R H Kinnaird and Leonard Walker all from this place attend ed the State Fair IMr Watt England and family who have been sick with fever allsrecov and are able to be out After a lingering illness of several weeks Russell Kinniard died lastdThursday morning at 7 oclock willdhis parents but the entire comI munity He was buried in the Red Lick grave yard Many rel atives and friends being present to pay their last respect Knifley The school at this placed is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Lula Kinf leyMessrs L R Chelf and X Hovious two of our merchants attended the State Fair We had an interesting sermon here last Sunday afternoon by Rev Baugh His subject was What chnrch shall I join Mrs WL Russell has just returned from the city where she selected an uptodate line of millineryDr Gose is kept so busy that he would cease to exist were breathing not a mechanical process 11The merchants at this place i are doing a fine business now I Absher Several frem this place were town Monday Mr L Y Gabbert Case Creek spent several days of last week in this neighborhood Mr and Mrs J H Morris and children were visitiug at Mrs Rebecca Spears Saturday and Sunday Misses Emma and Clara Robertson spent Saturday and Sun day with Miss Becca Brockman Misses Jubelle Robertson and Eula Martin visited at Sam Smiths Saturday and Sunday Misses Bertha and Audra Dill lingham Bertha Martin and Ar va Gave spent Sunday with Miss Annie Sharp andre Mrs Will Rice and daughters of Kriifleywere visit ing at WA Fumphress Mon day night litre li i1oasJontx- teidldn 1 visitinnthut plc- ri f i U i s 17 rx if 4 Womans Beauty 1 Some womenretain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on themNearly all women suffer more or less with some form of female trouble It should not be neglectedS takingCarduiBegin at once and give Cardui a fair trial TAKE I 336 It Will Help You Mrs Katie Burlison Goreville Ill tried Cardui and writes I suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES returned to her home in Frank lin Ind a few days ago accom panied by hersister Mrs John Eastwood Fairmont Nebraska Mrs Ethel Rsssell and sons Ewing and Tom spent several days of last week in this neigh borhood Mrs Claud Hatcher Milltown A visited at Mr Milton Vaughans Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Owen Hendrick son and son Ray visited at W P Dillinghams Monday night Born to the wife of L H Feese September 17 a daughter Secretay Horace Wilson an nounced last Saturday that they September payments on the fif teen fixed events for the Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Associations thirtyseventh annual fall meeting at Lexington madeIand there is an aggregate of 310 eligibles to these races This is Ian average of a fraction more than twenty per race f A fRANK CORCORAN f6IghGradeMarble Granite s Cemetery work See US before of all kind you buy w 4 Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties 4- MaIn Street Lebanon Ky Hx XsX8C I 1 WEEKL Y I t 6OURIftJOURNf1L v HENRY VAT 1CISON Editor I d Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without t fear or favor The regular price is 100ca year but you can get the WEEKLY r COURIERJOURNALAND NEWS BOTH ONE YEAI e I 1IFOf Iiiyou wJr give or send Y our order tot f r paper not to the CourierJournal isI 1 IJaif GourierJaornal Yr S6100f Sunday CourierJournal Yr r We can give you a combination cut i I rate on Daily or Sunday if you will writer this at e if r i 4r Jhj Ii rit IVI rJ L L j ft t t itn t 7 aas TBE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSN rr I JOHN GREEj1S13LJI1G AHOBSON KETGKY I 1WIRE FENCE I t ves Steel 1Ran1 eIj METAL ROOFING r CRUSADER ROOFING WALL PAPER IDtfR8 WINDOWS GEMENJD LIME BRICK r i WALL PLASTER FURNITURE II r IL All Kind BUILDERS Hardware J- I r COMMISSIONERS SALE t Of F Very Valuable Land kii The part of the Shreve farm lying next to the Town of Greensburg Ky containing lift and a fraction acres will be eold on next 7 j Monday October 111909 abouUloclock P M 7 v- att the Court House door in Greensburg Ky v This is splendid Blue Grass land lays well every acre susceptible of culti 7r vatioQ except about three or four acres The West end ofthis land adjoins on fee South the town limits of Greensburg Ky and on the West fronts the Greensburg and CampbeUsville Pike The East end contains Fifteen or Twenty Acres of First Bottom heavily timbered wfth splendid Beech and gum find the intervening land is in cultivation and pasture That part of the land lying next 10 the town probably Forty or Fifty Acres contains as beautiful sites for residences as can be found in the State of Kentucky and with the extending of two streets these lots would make most desirable and convenient locations for homes less than a quarter to half a mile ffomthe Court House This land would be splendid1 investment for land in this vicinity isTapid ly advancing in value and when the pike now nearly v completed to the Adair county line and from there soon to be extended to Columbia is finished aiyJ the Graded School which was recently voted at Greensburg isinaugurated the value of this land will be rdvanced and the line of railroad being now agitated from Greensburgto Columbia would further increase the value of this land f The Greensburg Branch of the L N Railroad runs through this land Along Its track are splendid lots convenient to neverfailing water for lumber garbs mill sites or manufacturing plants If you want a home in a healthy locality with splendid Graded School fine moral art religious influence ann excellent business location you can nut do better than invest in this land r The land will be offered in lots of half acres or more and then sold as a whole on six twelve and eighteen months time and the way it brings the most ajioney will be the sale Semember that this land is being sold under execution by the Master Commissioner of the Green Circuit Court and there is no reserva eon W F CAKTEELL Master Com Green Csrauit Court Ti Gradyville We have had plenty of frost hre s The weather continues dry Our farmers are not through Sowing wheat yet C O Moss is attending Con i rence at Henderson Messrs Clem Keltner and El mer Keen are in the city this week buying goods for this mar ket Miss Dell Mitchell of Coltl m fcia is assisting Mrs Hill in the millinery business at this place Mr Thos Moss of the Nell badeiealth for several months was lookingBetter v Mr Henry parson is building a newf eed barn Robin Pile is the contractor Mr George Staples of Go tunbia was casing on ours merchants last Friday MrC H Yates and his daugh t Mrs Robertson spent one dy In Columbia last week J H Smath one of the larg- estr tobac growers of this sef- 6iion sold his crop a few days ago to Walker Bros of Colum big We did not learn the price W we take it that his crop will j 9 500 t nir01llm over 1 LJ f1L 7G THAkj f rT- S Mrs Maggie Bragg accompanied by L C Hill spent last Friday and Saturday in Edmon ton attending the Street Fair Several from this place attended the ballgameat Greens burg last Saturday James Wilmore left for Lex ington last Saturday where he will enter schocl Mrs JA Diddle and Mrs J D Walker spent several days in Columbia last week Uncle Lee Coomer one of our oldest citizens died very sudden ly lasii Saturday night with heart trouble jMr Frank Dohoney of Mill town community was in our midst last Friday JMr G B ates of Joppa was Jin our midstlast Freda andre ported everything moving along nicely in his section One of the saddest deaths that has occurred in this community for many years was thelittle child of Mr arid Mrs Tim Corfyii who suffered death from a1 burn on the 30th The child with one x r two other small children were left in the room alone with only a very little fire in the fireplace From some means or other the oneyearold baby got into the fire arid all its clothing burned- offbeforethe flaould iiexir j i b iLlyrjryc t Jry il tinguished Everything titcould be done was administered to the little one but to no avail Mr and Mrs Corbin have the sympathy of this community in this hour of affliction Mr William Compton and family are visiting their relatives at Scottsville this week Mr Willie Hill who has been on the road selling the wonder ful magnetichealer electric belt arjrivedwell and fine Billie says they had a fine business and a good timeS i Dr J H Grady in company with his brother Thomas L Grady spent several days in Brrren county last week visiting relatives Mrs JuIia13aker who visited her relatives in Green county a few days ago returned to this place last week and will spend several days with her daughter M r s Keltner r before going homeWe are glad to note that Mrs Rilda Bullington who has been confined to her room for several days with fever is improving at this time Our old friend J Cager Yates of Bradfordsville was calling on his many friends in our town last Thursday with a full line of overalls worth the money Mr and Mrs C 0 Moss spent last Monday night visiting the family of William Francis at Cane Valley r Mr William Breeding onej of Adair county s oldest citizens and who left us eighteen years ago for the Lone Star State was visiting his relatives at this place last week Mr Breeding is wonderfully pleasedwith Texas We are glud to know that he has accumulated enough oithis worlds goodsthat in his declining days he and his estimable wife can enjoy the blessings pf life V GlensforK Mr Z L Samuells who has been in New Mexico the last three months returned home a few days ago He seems to think the country is 0 K Besides filing on a quarter sectiony he purchased a large tract of land Tae does not intend to make N M his home but will return to aIshort stay It is understood that LJ Wil kinson and son have sold their mill to some parties in Russell countyJames a little son of Mr and Mrs JW Vaughan died on the 26th Inst of diphtheria The remains were interred a t the Reagam burying ground The funeral services were conducted by Rev G R Abrell and G W Collins v IDr Jas Hammond lagam a n fthisplaceHe purchased and is occupying the F H Rosenbaum proper ty Mrs Clemmie Wells of Creels boro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Matthew Taylor this place A little son of WillianrMelsbn of Crocus died Sept 24 of diph theria j Mrs Thessa Dudley who makes f her home with her jsister Mrs Mary Dudley is in a very low state of health The school mtiNew liberty die aril hfitSl in dismisied on ife f t t r q4i s count of an epidemic of diphtheria which exists in that district This isthe second time this school has been dismissed by the county board of health within the last year Glensfork No 2 r Diphtheria is racing in this community there haye been three little ones called away within the last two weeks Mr Wm Antle Mr Wm Melson and Mr James Vaughan are the surviving families but several others are very low with the above named mala dy But weep not dear parents for God said Suffer little chil dren to come unto me and for bid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven The typhoid fever cases are all better at this writing Sorghum making is the order of the day Rev James Black and wife of this place are attending conference at Henderson this week Mr Jas F Abrell sold to Mr James Lewis of Fairplay a fine Cleveland Bay colt which carried with it both style and beauty He also bought of Mr Thyce Anderson a fine Peacock colt which stands as proud as ever old Jordan did Mr Zach Samuels tvho has been on an extended visit to New Mexico has returned home- D r James Hammond has bought property here and isa moving in our town once more Several from here attended court in Columbia Monday Rev Barger filled his appoint ment at this pa Sunday t Weed The health of this communityf is not so good at present W eare glad to know that Mrs Alice Firquin who has been sick for a week or 501S very much improved The singing at Big Creek is being carried on nicely by Mr Curt Keltner ever body invi- tedtoattend Miss Flora Yates was the guest of Myrtle Sparks last Sun day Mr Chas Bell and Miss Blanch Walker Nell attended the singing at Big Creek last Tuesday night Mr Lum HuTand Miss Maggie Bragg passed through this place Thursday enroute to Edmonton Frank Firquin made a business trip so Sparksville Thurs day There will be an all day sing inglat Moores chapelSunday con ductedb Johny Pickett Every body attend and have a nice timeMiss Maggie Walker is teach ing a very interesting school at High Step Miss Maggie is cer tainly a fine teacher The black smith this place is doing good business Mr Wess Sparks of Horse Cave will visit his brother during the reunion at this place Mrs Fanny Gills is quite sick at this writing t r Knifiey W 1 vV1ss f Altoiza Morgan who has been quite sick for some time jSDO better R vWG Montgomery win begin a series of meeting at this place on Wednesday after the ihttdbStuidat in thin manhv i I Cbl S r r i f a4 t K1o r 1 s WoodsonLewiso A IS NOW OFFERING CAR LOAD EACHx V Studebakeri1Birdsell v flilburn =WagonsA car load of Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows-A A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters andII One= Horse Corn Drills I Will have the greatest and finest display 1of Buggies andbther Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade I x LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE r J Will dellNet any Wpntd of Farm Implements at any stationr t T f4 I S9 nthejLNER Riv W b 6 cl son LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orderspromply attended to The Louisville TrustSouthwest Corner Companyr L hand Market LOcrISTILLE 1 Organized under b special charter for the safe keeping of valuables Of every kind and description and the transaction of general trust busiF ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Adminj istrator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every p siV tion of trust that can be held by an individualyj 1 It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impartial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate propertyits magnificent fireproof office building and its greatl financial strength I 1 ii Lr Largest and Door House 1t J Send prompt shipment vV and appreciate them lEiL s16t bia whohflsbeen lives here for iESashreturned honje tnoronghbred Plato Wades money in the Horse Cave last News was that Mr P nent citizen was very lots IL riofrp 7w 1 0 Doors Blinds t Columns Material r 1 Work i Finish Etc i J diia e ors F J iF 2I12I5 E1 Main Streat f LOUISVILLE KV O 4 vitedis Electric Bitters failsInweakneue they are the sttremedy a have two eed FOR KIDNEY LIVERaND ouek void 5ca td t 11iceate 1p