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JiT FLiJTHil i I Jrr J I 2f Ir bt 1b jf unntftj a Nt4VOLU- ME n XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20J90 NUMBER 50 GREEN REYNOLIKS i j STORE ROBBED J The heives Caught at Cane Valley and Lodged in Jail Tuesday 1Night of Last Week 1EFORE THE COURT EXAMINATION WAIVED Monday night of last week the store house of Mr Green Reynolds who is doing business at Ozark this county was entered by theives and a number ofarticles stolen Mr Reynolds did not know of the robbery until Tuesday morning wfien he entered his store IGoods were missed and there were other evidences that his place of business had been visited by robbers Telephone lines were at once put to work every little town in the county being notified Tuesday night two young men struck ne They were strangers and Town Marshal Clarence Pages suspicions were aroused and while they were eating supper at R B Wilsons hotel he entered the dinning room and arrested them Both men had grips and a gun each The grips were opened and found to contain the articles razors suspenders a watch etc taken from Mr Reynolds store which he jMrthe accused to Columbia Tuesday night and lodged them in jail Wednesday afternoon they were brought before Judge Hancock They waived an ex amination and were remanded to jail their bail being fixed at 300 each wlich they are not likely to give One of the men gave his name as Charley Perkins the other one Otter Dick Their final trial will not come up until the January term of the Adair Circuit court After the Reynolds robbery it de veloped thatthe s memen had entered Mr Kills residence located several miles above Mr Reynolds store had been entered in the afternoon and S VJ eral articles taken These also were found in the possession of Perkins and Ejicky making two cases against them Spoke factory Burned The spoke factory which was the property of Mr Henry Coleman Leba non and located near the Columbia Roller Mill was consumed by fire last Tuesday afternoon about 2 oclock There were a great many spokes in the building and some other lumber and the loss is estimated at several hundred dollars The building caught from a spark from the engine of the roller mill 1iRevival Meeting At The Christian W IChurch i W H Pinkerton will be here Thurs jday evening the 21st Inst to begin a seres of meetings to continue two weeks Everybody is invited to join in yitUus to make it a successful revival Miss Mayme Depp will be here by the 23rd Inst to lead the chorous A spe cial invitation is given to all the singers in town to join in making thesongser vice helpful The Pike to Green County The News has time again called attention to the importance of building a pike from Columbia to the Green county line but no definite steps have been taken The Green county people only have about three miles to build to reach the Adair county line and in or der to meet them we will only navel about seven and onehalf miles to VWe will have to cross Russells creek and a bridge will be neccessary but the Fscal Court of Adair has made an order appropriating one third of the Lost of building the pike provided the expense will not go over 15000 If the road can be built for that amount of money and many believethat a less theIlook like a few active men could raise the remaining ten thousand dollars in a ihort time Jt shouty be raised by the j formation of a company and stock Ijued There is not a question but the Ipjwke would pay then why not get to ik business This county needs another route to the railroad and to secure it a VJ little time will have to be given to this proposed pike and some money sub Bribed to carry it into effect The 4 ifojpwi is a nactffrity Will the people of Adair ceunty do their duty toward L2 building it ri it Two Whisk y Yeadors Caught r orf2 ii J1iJ ti r tf l 1ii Jf f N r r i t t now in the county bastile charged with selling liqtior For sometime the good people in the lower edge of this county have been greatly annoyed by liquor sellers Last Tuesday the word reach ed town that parties were on Hickory Ridge selling Deputy Sheriffs F Ha Winfrey and Sam Mitchell were soon en route for the place and abQut dark the above named men were caught They had a barrel of liquor which was found in a corn crib showing that the parties slept with their liquor Cross and Means were brought to Columbia and lodged in jail Wednesday they were brought before Judge Hancock and not being ready for trial the case was 8f tor Friday Friday when thcibe was called it was announced that an agreement had been reached whereby Means was to pay a fine of 120 and Cross 6000 The son born to the wife t of Mr T C Davidson oh the 14th of September lived only a few days A Card KNIFLEY KY Oct 15 1909 To The Voters of Adair County When Mr J M Wolford and myself were candidates for the nomination for Assessor of Adair county I was asked in every part of the county if Mr Wol ford had been voting the prohibition ticket I would not answer the question I would tell those who asked the to investigate some other source as I wanted to treat him fair but since it developed that he does not respect me or his oath either I make the following statement for the benefit of the public I can prove by as good men as there are in Adair county both Republicans and Democrats that JI M Wolford has for several years been voting the pro hibition ticket and further more he has stated that if he won the race or riot he was out of politics for all time to come If any person or persons doubt these statements I only ask them to come to me and I can take them to as good men as this county aflcords and prove every word that Ilve stated- Now I ask every thinking voter that is in this county to ask him self the question is it right to turn a man down who is running on the ticket that he claims to belong to or take tip a man who pretends to belong to the Republican party and votes the prohibition ticket Now believing that every citizen who believes in equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none will support me I remain Yours truly W J BpttomT Mr LL Rounds wilt remove from this place to Russell Springs Mrs Rounds having accepted a position as music teacher in the college at that place The family will leave Columbia with the best wishes of many friends Mr Ebber Moss of this place has bought the old Joel Tupman farm ly ing three miles from Columbia from Jo Tupman Consideration 1300 Old Kentucky Home The following peom was composed by Mrs J H 0 Smith sisteriniaw of Mrs Z T Williams and was read by Mr Smith in his address on Kentucky day at the State Fair in Oklahoma City The Oklahoma paper in commenting on it said That she is from Kentucky is obvious But the facts show she is a native of Illinois Down in old Kentucky Stalwart men and plucky Fought for home and hearthstone and a place v v Far from king or master There to found and foster Of true aristocracy a race i Read Kentuckys glory A flame in song and story Her heart romantic chivalrous a trbrave V r Her only aim protecting fcf The gems of her selection tyr t The Sweetest homes thathuman heart can crave j You are mighty luckyJ To be born in old Kentucky Where every drop of native blood is blue Where friendship glows eternal And every mans a colonel And every womans heart Jstsweet andtrueI J Other States may fluster V vf Boast and brag and bluster Claim success and wealtbiandfrotba- Dd foam a f Were content in having 1 11ttijJust the simple losing rJ Ghterful happy IOld K nfficly fomew prl lI i om i J tTh 1 30p ipstptmi I fil rp WantdBtst 20c I t pou- ocl1iotat IOcpri Iind cab bS tSth LyW1i t 1VjKfa t TheRecital Miss Edna David teacher of expression and Miss Eliza Gibbs who is the instructor in music drew a large audience to the LindseyWilson chapel last Saturday evening An interesting program had been made out and all who attendedwere well paid for climbing the hill As a reader Miss David is easy and graceful and as an imitator she ranks with the best Her selec tion from Victor Hugo Jean Valjean and the Bishop was given so perfectly that one familiar with Les Miserables could see the two charac tersMiss Gibbs plays and sings delightfully and upon this occasion she was given an ovation when she first appear ed upon the stage As a pianist she rinks with the skilled her soft and delicate touches bringing praises from all her hearers She has a melodious voice and sings beautifully This was the first time these young ladies ever appeared in public here but the compliments they received upon this occasion is a guarantee that an ap inlfutureacIcompaniments ceived much praise from the apprecia tive listeners Card of Thanks The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist Church takes this method of ex pressing thanks to any who contributed to the success of their Pie Social given last Friday evening We would make special mention of the officials of the Courthouse who so kindly rendered as sistance by allowing us the use of their offices J For Sale or Rent t My re den ein Colmnbia Ky also have household and kitchen furniture that i will sell privately v 502t W It McCaffree Double Wedding 4 Last Sunday afternoon at the Meth odist parsonage Mr E Lr Sinclair and Miss La Rosenbaum were united in marriage in the presence of several rel atives and friends Mr Sinclair is one of Columbias business men and is well known in this part of the country The bride is a young lady who has many friends and is well educated haying taught in the public schools of this county At the same time and place Mr W E Finn and Miss Eula Bell were married Rev B M Currie officiating in an impressiveceremony News Items r J President Taft met President Diaz m the Mexican border Saturday For the first time in the history of the uponthethe first time a ruler of another nation set footNon the soil of the United States i There will be an all day singing at Antioch next Sunday conducted by Messrs J H Pickett and G W Tur nerD Iiner on the groundk Judge Frank Finley of Williamsburg Ky who at one time represented this district in congress died at his home Sunday morning Oct 17 at 10 a m Rev J R Crawfords address Sun day morning on Citizenship was timely and well received by his audience In next weeks issue we will publish the address in full Presbyterys Program The Transylvania Presbytery will meet in the Presbyterian church on Saturday evening of this week The following programme will be rendered Saturday 730pm opening sermon by the retiring moderator Rev CC Brown Sunday 11 a m Sermon RevvM V P YeamanJ N Sunday 3 p m CommunionsRevs Thee F Walton and W H CfiSarididge in charger Sunday 7 p m Missionary Address Rev JQ A McDowell De DJ and the Rev Dr Smith Mondly8aam Devption and Business s Monday lisa m Addrcw J Systematic GivingDr c C Browne Monday 1130 Address Evange- listiNedsRev T Bi Moore Monday a t ntooaBuwneiw- Moftday 7 p sL Address Tb Bcob of the couitry cbxehR v ti0Uudok 4 C tthRv c tJjQt 1tJ ic l t 3v S k Treasurers Report Report of Jo Coffey Jr 7reas Tpwn of Columbia Ky of the amount of funds on hands belonging to said Town and amounts received and paid out by him upon ordera issued by the Board of Trustees from Jan 1st 1909 to July 1st 09 CREDITSI Jan 5 Adair CountyNews for printing and advertising to date 3732 Jan o Myers Light Col Lights Dec08 68 14 Jan 5 Rdllin Hurt rent office Board Trustees 30 00 Jan 5 Harry Chilson hauling 6 loadsof gravel 3 00 JanSiL C Winfrey services as Atty 6 months 37 50 Jan 6 James A Willis services Marshal Dec 08 40 00 Jan 6 J G Eubank services six month as clerk 12 50 Janl6Jl B Coffey supervising Tax Books 1909 6 00I Feb 2 Myers Light Co s Lights Jan 1909 64 51 ijeb 2 Charlie Hunter worko v streets 1 87 Feb 2 J A Willis services as Marshal Jan 09 40 00 Feb 2 Clarence Allen work on street 95 Feb 2 Killis Tarter work on Townpomp 1 75 Feb 2 H A Walker 46 perch rock 46 00 Feb 2 Luke Parks 9 loads gravel 4 05 Feb 2 Norman Morrison 71oads gravel 3 15 Feb 2 M Cravens supervising i Tax Books 09 6 00 Feb24 JT Walker one load gravel 35 Mch3 James A Willis services as Marshal Feb 40 50r Mch3H A Walker 10 loads roclc io 00 Mch5t Myers LightGo Lights month of Feb 65 34 Mch8 W H WiJsok2 sacks ce h ntl50 April 5 Myers Light Co B ance f Mcli lights 2 19I April 6 Ed Willis work on streets 120 April 6 Allen Waller 156 perch rockJ 156 00 April 6 James A Willis salary month of Mch 41 00 April 7 Myers Light Co lights month of Mch 67 00 April 7 G A Smith 14J loads rock Oc 86Moads35 j 37 35 April 8 T A Bryant horse kill ed by unningculvert 50 on AprillO Al Sinclair forputting Tiling j br d 50 April l2 Ei Gt Shaw 8 ioads rock h l 800 May 4 EGShaWrmakingcui l vert furnishing dirt c 42 25 May 4 Myers Light Co lights month April 5577 May 4 Allen Walker 81 perch rocka 8i00 May 4tW T McFarland worIf on culvert 1 40 Jpaidoof April naithc 90 May 4 Jas Willis services as Marshal month of April 40 00 June 11 J T Goodman Jr clerk pro tern v 3 00 June 19 S F Eubank workmen street V 660 July 1 J A Willis services as marshal May 40 00 July 1 J A Willis money paid t hands for work 36 2q DEBITS hands Jan 1st 09 941 98 IBalanceon by J A Willis 130 14 10 pool tax 104 mellon tax 11 04 Feb 3 Grant Medicine tax 10 00 Feb 5 J R Hindman rent 12 50f May 4 Standard Oil Co Tax 1000 May 19 Indian Remedy Co Tax 10 00 July 1 Deposit yJ A Willis lown marshal 104 57 Recapitulation Debits 1230 23 Credits y 119579 JulylstP9 34 42 IBa1anceonhands respectfully submitted 1909 Jo Coffey Jr Treas Town 1inidt Report of To Coffey Treasurer of T ownofCQl biKytof amount of funds on hand bell1ging to said TownI and amountsrecelv paid him on others issued by the Board of TruitecB from 4uly 1st 1909 to Oct it 1909 X3RBDITS JsI c Wixfry attoriy- j1c h tpast 7 5Q br J G Libanl wvic i Mt+ JtS r t c t 4 jr 7t F u r IBo s I 50Q 2 J A Willis money paid hands for work on street 18 60 Aug 2 same services as marshal month of June v 40 00 Aug 3 Russell Co sewer pipe 15844c Aug 3 J C Spears 106 loads dirtir 13 25 Aug 3 L C Winfrey typewrit ing ordinances 90tAug 3 same for same 240tAug 3 H A Walker 85 rock perchrAug 3 same for 64 perch rock 64 00 Aug 3 samehire of one of his work hands 1 37 pdby 35 69 Aug 3 same salary as marshal for month of July 40 00 Aug 3 Ed Willis 50 hrs work on street 6 25 Aug 3 H A Walker 133 perch rock and hauling garbage 139 50 Aug 3ASiChewningassignee Tiling and Freight 54 42 Sept 2 Harry Chilson work in cemetery 5 00 Sept 4 J P Hutchison 7 sacks cement 4 55 Sept 4 same for 183 sacks ce ment 106 14 Sept 7 Jas L Page graveling part of Adams alley 12 25 Sept 14 Russell Co Bill Til ing and freight chgs 76 25 Sept 14 Jas Willis salary as marshal for month of Aug 40 00 Sept 14 Jas Willis amount paid by him to work hands 27 50 Sept28 WT McFarlandSihrs work on street 1 70 Sept 28 same 244 loadsjdfrt and 1 load rock 31 25 DEBITS Balance on hands July 1st 09 34 44 July 26 T A Murrell license tax 13 00 Aug 2 chk J A Willis marslaL655 18 Aug 3 Jas Shelby shows license 5 00 Sept 1 chk Jas A Willis mar shal 30410 Sept 14 L C Winfrey Ins License l 500 Sept 14 Gordon Montgomery Ins License 500 Sept 14 Bertram Gants show license J5 QO Sept 22 A Singer merchandise license 10 00 Sept30 J E Murrell Insurance license 5 00 Oct 1 J A Willis marshal 1836 09 Recapitulation Debits 287781 Credits 101829 Bafoh hand Oct 1st 09 1859 52 Jo Coffey Treas This certifies that I have examined tfie above report and find it correct This Oct 15 1909 Horace feffries Committee Jack Johnson the negro Heavy weight champion pugulist of the world knocked out Stanly Kechel in the twelfth round in San Francisco Satur day evening Foxes Wanted I want five red and grey foxes Will pay 150 to250 and express charges 46tf W T Hodgenr Box 232 Campbellsville Ky Pittsburg won the deciding game of base ball from Detroit Saturday which gives them the championship title of the world Mr R G Young fell from his barn loft the first of the week badly sprain ing one of his armsICommissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY T A Murrell Assignee c Plff L T Bradshaw c Defendant j By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Adair Circuit Court render ed at the September Term thereof 1909 in the above cause for the sum of 52830 with interest from the 8th day of Oct 1908 until paid the fur ther sum of 29670 with interest from May 6 1909 until paid and about 3000 costs herein 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Kentucky to the highest bid der at Public Auction pn Monda the 1 day of November 1909 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout bejng County Court day upon a croditj of six months the following described property towit A certain house and lot located on Tutt street in the town of Columbia Ky It being the same place now oc cupied by R P Browning For corn plete description reference is made to the Judgment rjecqrded in order Book co IForW1e purciiaiie price the purchaser with apptpvcd surety or jCur fi s tmult1ecte Btpnci luring legal inter eat from the dy of sate nntilpaid aiid living the ffreje and effect of a Judf ait Bidsra wjllbe prepared to cm- ipIypwnplywth these trns- 1 H T fiftkiiri MasterCoczMieO J ti di f j fl 4t Columbia Graded School Friday ended the first month of the school with an enrollment of 179 The daily attendence is almost exactly the same as the number enrolled Each week brings a few more children to the Ii merry crowd and by the end of the second month no doubt the shouts of over wo hundred voices can be heard from he h ill- The school began with four teachers but the school board was compelledon account of the attendance to secUre the fifth teacher Miss Berenice Rickman of Hopkinsville Ky The school is under splendid discipline The teachers have their work well ar ranged The students are interested and workingxf aithf ully This year bids to be even more successful than the most hopeful had predicted The Ladies of the Columbia Baptist church gave a Pie Social in the court house last Friday afternoon and evening and the attenJance and receipts were gratifying to all interested Near ly all kinds of pies rich and palatable were ready to suit the taste and appe tites of the many who attended The Ladies contemplate home improve ments to the church and the amount received from the liberal hearted peo ple who spent their dimes and dollars will aid in their undertaking while each and every one received full value and a pleasant time TAKEN UP3 hogs came to my place about Sept 1st 1909 One black dow will weigh about 190 Ibs marked crap off each ear Two spotted sows will weighrespectively 40 and 90 pounds both unmarked Owner can get same by proving them paying for this no tice their keep and two barrells of corn destroyed Address J A Winfrey 50tf Eunice Ky Preaching Next Sunday W H C Sandidge Ebinezer t FJ Barger Beech Grove Z T Williams Columbia x J N Walbert Harrodsforkh J R Crawford Columbia J A Johnson Pleasant Ridge J H Rood Clear Spring J Menzies Mt Hope E M Currie Tabor Goff Bros bought last Monday the interest of Mr Hugh Richardson in the livery stable here of the firm of Goff Bras Richardson and will continue j business at the same stand Mr Rich afdson then purchased a stock of gen eral merchandise from Mr Stubbs of Coburg and will remove to that place My line of clothing for fall and win ter is large and uptodate Prices as low as the lowest F L Wilson 502t Russell Springs Ky fail to see our line of dress iDont are very attractive F L Wilson Russell Spring Ky o2tIOol average dried apples 4cents t a pound F L Wilson Russell Springs Ky 50It Bishop T C Carter and Col Cqwden of the U B Church were here Monday on their way to Esto Russell county where they will engage in a series of meetings Pilgrim Grimsley of Plum Point independent candidate for Surveyor of this county was in town Monday getting names to a petition in order to have his name appear en the official ballot He procured the required number and his device will be a Red Fox Look for it LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 450525 Beef steers 450525 Fat heifers and cows 352490 Cutters 37425C- anners V 100200 Bulls v t 300350 Feeders v 225340 Stpckers 300400 Choice much cows V v 35004500 Common to fair cows 10002000 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 l 740755 Mediums 130 to 160 74V75o Pigs600625Roughs ji i v6i8as SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs v i 125r25JI Culls 30040 Fa sheep i 300r3l 50 Jo Columbia Market VV PbULTXY Trilkeya ggs 0 r 13AnSdrr Chickens Ducks vvi 1l TWGLIMSWat L- Corn ft s 101 11f td 3 ltJ II J f Si1 L FJ TTTTTT I c 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iJ Fact and Fancy rIThe surest way to become a ftuent talker is to be born a wo man Homicidal insanity is some times caused by defective eye r asightand glasses restore the Teason Absence makes the heart grow fonder Australian horses wear leather shoes in the country J A fib in time saves nine Compulsory sleeplessness a I Chinese punishment for murder always slays in nine or ten days Look before you sleep L Wild canaries abound in the F Canaries fRemember These IItis better to make a few mis L takes than to do nothing at all a Say notalways what yotknow but know always what you say Better havf1a few patches on your paints than a lot of bills and threatening creditors I Soaking the hands in warm water above the wrists will some times relieve a heahache J There is only one way to con quer your wife that is always be her lover The man who can run a news paper to suit everybody has been II in heaven a long time St Peter Ithe gatekeeper The man who in the way of public improvements and opposes progress is not a good citizen If the shoe fits wear it is i time honored saying but with a r woman if the shoe fits she takes it back because it is too IIbigThere is only one time in life when a fellow does not want to be taken for what he is worth and that is when the tax assess h or comes around The reason a woman never proposes is due to the fact that she desires to have the last word Man is like a fire in one re spect he torments his wife by going out at night Dont croak frogs do that in stagnant pools Speak well of N each other and all pull in the same direction 1 Do Your Own Fishing The world is a great pond filled with fish and your chance of get ting fish is just as good as that of your neighbor You must use the right kind of bait and you must have the requisite amount IIofpatience Dont change your location every 0 th er minute Stay where you are The fisherman who is first on one side of I pond and then on the other never goes home with a good catchof that be well assured II Remember this You must do your own fishing You will nev er catch any fish standing around looking at your neighbor while r he does his fishing however long TEEingly you may look at him If you expect fish you must get them yourself Cutting bait is good but it does not produce re Ssults like holding your own fish ing rod and going after them No one can take your place The requisite strength you may not I have at first but it will come by the use of what you have One fish caught by your own efforts is better than a score caught by the skill of someone else Catch them yourself and ypuhave spm f kthing more than the fihyov L goi t i j IfJVfr r ti J 3 1 11 f have a realization of your ownt strength and your own resources Do your own fishing T The Rule For Longevity i Mrs Rebecca Hutchinson of Jersey ville Ill cooked dinner which was served ather home to near relatives on her ninetythird birthdayTo guests who marveled at her health and strength she gave her rule of longevity They are Go to bed early Get up early Eat plenty of fruit 7 Dont eat when you are sick By following these rules she has contrived to get along the past 60 years without taking any medicine With her rules of living she mixes a wholesome philosophy It is a very funny world af ter all she says If you look for sunshine youll find it and if you look for clouds you wilLfind them r Victim of Cruel BuncoGame Mrs Florence Neely a widow traveling with two baby girls from Burnside Ky was the vie tim of a bunco game while on a Queen and Cresent train near Oakdale Tenn The husband of woman died several weeks ago leaving her with two children in destitute circumstances Some time ago she moved to Burnside from a country place back in the mountains and very recently a brother in Madison Ark sent word for her to come to that place and reside She sold all her household goods for enough money to buy a ticket to Chatta nooga and have 20 left Coming down on the train the two children become hungry and were attracted by the wares carried by the news butcher She offered the newsboy the 20 bill n paymehtof a purchase but he did not have the change A stranger sitting across the aisle volunteered to secure the change saying he could get it in the next car He went ahead and returned in a few minutes handing her a bill and saying that he could not find the change Arriving in Chattanooga she offered the bill to payment forI her supper and found that the bill returned to her by the stran ger was a Confederats note Man of Many Limbs The old colonel was spinning off yarns of the civil war and in the heat of reminiscent patriotism his memory became somewhat tangledAh gentlemen he related seriously I shall never forget the charge at Chi kamaugue It was there that I lost my leg Ten minutes later the old colonel was relating an incident of Gettysburg And when we climbed Little Round Top th e bullets weret whistling on all sides It was there I lost my leg1 And 30 minutes later through a misty haze of smoke J Seven Pines gentlemen Seven Pines Ah that was the battle One of my legs was shot from under me and But just then a timid little boy looked up and asked shyly Grandpa werewere y o u a centipede in those days v When a man sits down all day he should be willinj to ytup cteceit i f 1 itWii1 Sj 8L 1i J jrtf t t III II Rey TJ Wade Transferred To J Montana t Rev T J Wade pastorof the Adairville Methodist Church has been transferred to Deer Lodge Montana He left Tuesday at 6 a m A good size crowd of all denominations and many of no denomination gatheredat the Railroad Station about 5 a m to bid him and his consecrated companion God speed on their departure Rev Jonn Bass Shelton pastor of the Baptist Church led in farewellservice and Rev A J Francis read some appropiate scriptures Prayer was read by several and many spoke in effectionate terms their sorrow at the departure of Brother and Sister Wade He has only been in Adairville one yearI but in that short time much has been accomplished by him and his ever devoted wife It can truly be said that He was a good minister of Jesus Christ as was ever shown in his immaculate character by which all ministers of Jesus Christ are chiefly known if well known and he was beloved of all and well known To say that he was perfect would be to say that he was not human but to say he has been preiminent among our lives is only to give him and his wife the tribute they deserved and have merited His charac ter was not marked by any one conspicious overshading excel lency but by the blending of many so that there was sym metry There is in him the grace of proportion There are no cor ners crevices and angles in him The intellectual does not overtop the moral and emotional His strength blended with gentle ness He is not an enthusiast but an earnest man He makes men think and his sermons are comIrtpastor Here his gracious nature comes into loving contact with other natures He has the power of sympathy and godly conversation in an unusual degree both of which are essential to success ful pastoral work One of his members has saidlItalmost paid to be sick and have him come andread and pray with you I His report to the Conference this year ws complete Nothing left undone that should have been attended to Deer Lodge is about 40 miles from Helena the capital of Montana I t is a Ii important field has about 3000 or more in habitants and iss wideawake Western town Rev Wade and his estimatle wife will both be remembered long and lovingly here and we expect to hear great and good things from them there The above was clipped from the Adairville Enterprise Rev tS Wade was born in Russell county Ky He lived in Colum bia Ky when he joined the Louisville conference and was atone time a studentMn the L WTS X J vH 1o Iron Soutache You may be confronted with no little perplexity when ironing a linen frock with white or col ored soutache braiding First stretch th embroidered parts to remove all wrinkles and iron right over the braid to smooth ifc You will not i pleuedwith the l appeSance f the lin btath t l t p 6ht ii tWfJ1 it 71It t r q1 Ii f1 i 1 t bnt turn the garment lay the embroidery upon a double or triple thickness of a white Tnrkish towel which will permit braid io sink into its soft surface and the back of the linen can be smoothly ironed by passing a damp cloth over the linen follow ing it with a medium hot iron Irc nall parts perfectly dry or they will wrinkle again and be very unattractive Iron embroidery scallops in the same manner and clip any loose threads that may escape from scallops or edgi es A pair of manicure sI is good for this purpose Much Like Waste of Time A benevolent old gentleman brimful of information saw a rustic sitting on ae fence gazing earnestly at the telegraph wires Going up to the countryman he said Waiting to see a message go long eh The man grinned and said Aye The benevolent old man got on the wall and for the next quart er of an hour tried hard to dispel I his gnorance Now7 he said at lastas you know something of the mat ter I hope you will spread your knowledge among your mates on the farm But I dont work on a farm replied the rural citizen Where then may I ask My mates and I are telegraph linemen and we are testing a nsywirePearsons Weekly Hardwood Floors The best hardwood floors for every day usage are those which are either waxed o r oiled A floor that is shellbacked as a great many hardwood floor are does not wear well It shows the marks of boot nails and is easily scratched Unless it is careful ly coversd with rugs it is as much of a nuisance as carpeting The waxed floor is really the ideal floor for all rooms except the kitchen The ordinary oiled floor is the best for the kitchen where there is so much hard usage It does not show boot marks and can be easily washed It will often remain under ordinary conditions very clean and neat looking for half a year or more without renewing the oil The proper oil to use is biiledoil and it should be rubbed into the floor until the pores are filled with it In time it becomes oxodized so that a permanently glossy surface is produced 4 This and That By a large majority the Burley tobacco growers voted that the pool should be continued this year and that the books should be kept open until October the 20th A boy has jut been born atI Atlanta that is the thirteenth child of a thirteenth child on its mothers side and the seventh son of a seventh son on its fa thers side Representatives of 11 govern ments will attend the 18th annual meeting of the Association of Military Surgeons of the Unit ed States to be held in Washing ton thiaweek The Pulaski county Ark grand jury returned an indict ment against W Y Ellis charging him With murder in the first degree for killing JSTt B Willis Qf Indianapolis IncU in the cir cult court room in liittfe Rock eyeral months ago J iii S p v Jiiff ft f What Women are Doing Mrs Isaac L Rice of New York was chosen at the recent conference in London of the In ternational Society for the Sup pression of Street Noises to have charge of the second congress of the society which is to be held in New York in 1912 The first congress is to meet in Berlin in Tune 1910 IThe girls of the Boston public schools are to have an opportunity of taking part in outdoor sports on the same terms as their brothers when the school term begins this autumn Outdoor games and gymnastics will be made part of the curriculum just as soon as playgrounds for girls can be fitted up Baseball bas ketball running jumping and all sorts of other games will be taughtSMrs William Butler of Bris tol R I the Sunday after cele brating her eightyninth birth day delivered an address to the congregation of the Bristol Meth odist Church in behalf of the Womens Foreign Missionary So ciety Mrs Butler is wellknown in the Methodist Church as a andIgratulatory messages on her birthday from friends in India and Mexico Mrs Arthur J Slade has been elected secretary of the Ely Club of New York and has charge of the clubhouse which is to be opened this fall for the benefit o women studdying for a pro fession The Ely Club is made up of graduates of the Ely school and the clubhouse is to be on West Ninetyseventh street 4 a The Late Potato Crop The late potato crop in this section of the State is reported seriously endangered by lpng dry spell Potatoes have been planted for more than six weeks and should be nearing maturity However the vines are small and in most cases thin and sickly Unless there are copious rains followed by warmer weather within the next two week the late crop will be practically a failure This same state of af fairs surrounded the late crop last year In consequence seed potatoes this year sold at record prices In the early part of the season weather conditions were ideal and the early crop was of excellent quality and afforded a heavy yield and prices got very low 4U Two More Sentenced Green and Walker Skaggs were tried at Munfordville and given ten years each in the peni tentiary for robbing Mrs Kath erine Layman at her home near Highbaughs Mill in Hart county several weeks ago They plead guilty They were not tried for robbing T E Layman Smith Oaks was given ten years forI robbing T E Raymah and was dismissed in the case of robbing Katherine Layman as he confessed Dave Vass who was implicated in the crime by the Skaggs will probably not be tried at the present term of the Hart Circuit Court The Shniffof Hart county with several deputies arrived here with seven prisoners in eluding the Skaggs brothers and Oaks They were confined in the Xardin county Jail rHky L3 1 tJZn ji r Ia t5 tltrtrf1l Ir I 3c night and taken to Eddyille for confinement Saturday I iIThe Medicine Men I BillDid Ij ever tr my doe wtor re member when I was sicksijchilong time Yonkers 1ates 4manJ The Young DoctorJustthink six of my patients recovered this week The Old Doctoi Its your own fault my dear boy 1Jok You spend too much ti clud Life Itthe And now that you are ed with college what afYou going to do I shaiyfstudy medicine Rather crowded profession already isntit- Cant help that I shall ftudy medicine and those who are already in the profession wilUhave IU to take their chances thatsjall PickMeUp Do you believe surg rY can ward off old age Oh yes Frequently the patient dieslinder an operation Public Ledger i Big Trade in Export Cattle Montgomery and Bath counties have had a big trade in eXport cattle for the last three months The shipments from Mt Sterling during this period have amounted to 4600 head including I cattle bought in Bath and brought to Mt Sterling for ship ment The cash money paid out for those cattle amounted in in round numbers to 420000 It has been one of the biggest years for fat cattle that this section has had for some years Feeders and handlers have made good money Feeders think next years business will be ten larger than this yeal VY Come to Earth Please 1 The North Pole discovery illput a lot of explorers out ofar fat job But we are glad the agony is over The South Eqle also having been practically lo cated and the conquest of the air achievedwhile the automobile craze is gradually simmering down to rational conditions it isv hoped that we may all settle I down to earth in the enjoyment of the milder forms of pleasure that are possible with the horse JL It is of course likely that some body may open communication with Mars next but we submit that weve been up in the air long enough with sensational doings to feel like falling Kalek to the traditionally natural things such as riding and driving Kid and Driver J flow To Feed lieiisi IThere is a knack iht ivinged by experience Thefns must be well fed and yeksliauld S always be a little hungry during the day They are not satisfied but in the evening they be fed all they will clean up ieaqily It is a long standing cutof 1V 3v poultrymen to feed hens Lash once a day and this be ied jmorning hg to convenience Attheansas Exjieriment Station e edting has beena found protallie Where meat and green jccuare wen provided the feediriEa f 1 mash may be discontinued f tint rvalsor dropmt the bill of fare entirely t Ma nays thin githanot I- both1 BY The k- j t jt I L t r S r I oJ l t f J j I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t 3 A Womans Age1Forgetlt P Map has no right to question wo tlg even think aboufcit A r Woman bless her is as old as she makes out or makes up and not a day older Man is out of his latitude when be begins trying to locate wo Dams age longitude It is her privilege to conceal her age in any form or manner she may choose and it is mans prerogative to assist her as much as possible rather than hinder or- t question her in any way Man owes It to himself to see that she is sup plied with every means of concealIng herage or any new wrinkle whicb she chooses to keep from the gaze of the overcurious public Man is not supposed to be young or beautiful He couldnt be if he wanted to be and wouldnt be if he could With woman it is different She wants to be and can be and is whether she wants to be or not and it is a whole lot better for her and for her admirer or admirers as the case may be that her age be carefully guarded under that charming veil of mystery which should ever be hers by right of possession forget that she has an age brother and you will be happier and so wil she but dont for heavens sake for get that she has a birthdayBoston Herald The Fighting Editor The inbParis There if a paper calls a man a liar or a thief the man takes it seriously and visiting the office he de mands a retraction or a fight It is the fighting editor who receives him The fighting editor sits in a Louis Seize study smoking a cigarette and reading a new novel with a yellow cover He is faultlessly dressed in deep black the duelists color The ribbon of the Legion of Honor is in his buttonhole His brilliant eyes and clear skin proclaim his perfect condi tion His alert supple carriage shows his military training The fighting editor never writes a line but is re sponsible personally for every word in the paper every day On a plain outspoken sheet like Le Matin which keeps him pretty busy his salary is very large40 a week orso A con servative journal like Le Temps hav ing little use for a fighting editor pays the man no more than 20 Exchange Buttered Bread With His Thumb Vy Cats meat is the only survival of a way of serving meat that prevailed in this country before the introduction vpf forks for it was the custom in mediaeval times to serve roast meat on ai spit and to pass it around the table for each guest to cut off what he liked a method that did not allow one person only to secure the carvers tit bits In France one still finds chicken livers and bacon served on small spits Jiand to the Britisher it always suggests a Brst sight the food of the domestic vflt Is probable that many people eon nued to prefer fingers to table utensils even after these were perfect ed and in general use for knives were invented at the period when Charles XII chose to butter his bread with his royal thumb London Chronicle A Wave of Water There is no necessary connection be tween the advance of a wave and the forward movement of the water composing it as may be seen by running the fingers along the keys of a piano An inverted wave travels along but the keys merely move up and down Similarly a wave may often be ob 7 served running along the ripe ears of golden brain while the stalks are firm Il7 rooted in the soil The onward progress of a sea wave is easily perceptible and by watching some light substance floating on the surface the fact is revealed that the water is not moving with the same velocity Chambers Journal A Hint and a Hump A woman there was and she wrote for the press as you or I might do She told how to cut and sew a dress and how to cook many a savory mess but she never had done it herself I guess but none of her readers knew She told how to comb and dress the hair and how out of a barrel to make a chairtwould adorn any liarlor and give it an airwe thought the tale was true Oh the days we spent and the nights we spent with hammer and saw and tack in making a chair in which no one would sit in which no one could possibly sit without a crick In the backEconomical Housewife AQueryrTired of the long winded oratory of the attorney for the defense the udge interrupted him Mr Shake he saidmayI I ask you a question 1 Certainlyyour honor What is ity Language said the judge we are told is given to conceal thought or youIconceal I would like to know why you are talking Not Misfits Mrs CrimsonbeakIt seems strange to mef matches are made in heaven that there should be so many unhappy r marriages Mr GrimsonbeakTOh you forget it is the matches that are made there not the misfitsYonkersStates 6man The Fall Satan wuz once a angel Jn heaven wuznt he r Yesbut like de rest of us he des couldnt stand prosperity Atlanta Constitution iiIts the easiest thing in the rld to point outthe proper couraeforotherdi LIiI t t i r r 3Yi f 1 Program J rh The fifth Saturday and Sunday SChOOIIConvention berland river Association will convene with the New Friend ship Church four miles northeast of Russell Springs Ky on Sat urday and Sunday October 30 and 311909 Saturday 10 a m Devotional exercises Moses Foley Organization Report of advisory board Introductory sermon ItF Vails NOON Discuss the evils consequences of do nothing grumbling and kicking members in a church C M Deener J R Grider Compromise is Satans favorite tactics please discuss it as such T M Grime S P Stapp The merits of our Baptist in stitutions J M Pierce W C- IJ3arrettSunday 9 a m SundayIthem E Bryant J S Smith W A BreedingIThe leaders of this people cause them to err SsB Collins Sermon 11 a m Subject Jeal ousy Chas F Breeding Discuss the spirit that should characterize the South Cumber land river and the secondnorth Concord Association toward each other j Convention In the Parlor They praise the man in this house for being so handy said the Door but he has me all un hinged He gives me a Panei ejacu lated the Window He simply unstrung me said the Blind Hes got me all out of shape complained the Curtain He took altogether the wrong tack with me sneered the caret IIii Why dont you do as I do and just take a stand 1 said the Table Its well for you to talk but m y wrongs are deepseated ChairI out the Clock Lets go on a She Almost Remembered Little Josephine aged four was intently studdying the pictures in a book and seemed much interested in a picture o Charles Dickens iTaking the book to her mother she inquired who it was Thatis Dickensdear sai her mother The picture was wonderfully facinating to the little girl an when her big sister came from college in the evenin she ra and got the book turned to the picture and said Sister seeThisis i pictur of Mr Darn Her sister replied ctNo dear that is Mr Dickens Well said Josephine I j knew it was some kind of swearword Delineator TobaccaStatistics Total sale of leaf tobacco on the Louisville market from Jan uary 1st to September 30th 1909 were 64 2l hhds against 90568 lcbiL jpM during corrjesponding f PftltotADt a av l i1t1i IYi N S V V l rY 1J t c sale 32048hhds were dark to bacco The rejections of January 1st to September 30th this year were 6504 hhds against 7324 hhds rejected during correspond ing period last year Total re ceipts January 1st to September 30th 1909 were 51420 hhds against 75711 hhds received during corresponding period of last year Total stocks in this market on September 30th 1909 were 171 830 hhds against 32998 held at close of September 1908 Stocks increased during September 338 hhds I Female Philanthropists Over thirty millions of dollars were given by women to philanthropy during the past year Mrs Russell Sage gave more tham any other one person with the single exception of John D Rockefeller While some of her gifts are not large they mean much to some young people She recently gave 2700 to pay the rent of the school building of the Pascal institute in New York city and to cover the expenses of free vacation classes for young children To Sag Harbor L L she gave the fair grounds to be turn ed into a parkespecially for the children When the citizens proi posed changing the name of the village to Sage Harbor she de clared that the old place should cling to its original name 4n Animals Behind Targets IFrom the London Chronicle The experiment of placing dogs on board the obselete French warship Jena the other day be fore battering her with projec tiles was cruel nevertheless we should remember that we were once guilty in a very similar caseThis was in 1872 when sheep and goats were hut up in the turret of H M So GlattonwhichI was then pounded spur with her heavy guns The turret was not bierced while the animals it contained were found at the conclusion of the bonbard ment to be uninfured Their experience therefore was a pleasant one compared with that of the animals In the Jena most of whom were either burned to death of asphyxiated while those that escaped alive were driven mad by great terror The Local Pap r The Burns Tenn New Idea locafl paper me viz The local paper should be found in every home It is the intelligentdamong the children of our coun try Give your children a for todt of stuff they know nothing about theynnever saW orheard tell of how can you expect them to be inter ested But let them have the abouet things they can see everyday and people they know and some thing that will be interesting to watchathe arrival of thehoI paper each weekThusa habit of redipgjs formed which makes them intelligent men and women acrMit to their ancestors an strong in the knowledge of the world S it is today i Dont forget that living t tijl Jftt yillaalvin J jli ty li Z I C Shortstops r Every man has a right to his own opinion but that isno reason why he should not keep it to himself once in awhile- A boy wearing his first long pants contrives to have a great many errands downtown The ordinary man thinks the heathen have an awful good time forIthemThe ordinary man would if pressed that he thinks hisI singing voice is superb Too many of us confuse our own stubbornness with strength- of character and makes nuisances of ourselves We must all admire the intellectual swiftness of the chronic liar who is able to lie out of his lies conIIsilk hats 3E38Q8QH080H JONES 1 IIVETERIN AhYSUhUlN 4 LlMJil j11 J Special attention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is heir fri to I am prlpared to keep and stock Persons who desire to see me ly can find me at my office Co professionalI Phone Residence COLUMBIA KY L08D8G8DOI08Q8D8D It is true that all wealth comes from labor but not neccessarily from labor by hands The thinkers of the world have added inestimably to its development It was a portrait painter who in vented the telegraph a college professor who produced the tele beeIItendedwell tjiat today with all our in dulgence in rest and play that we remember that it is intelli gently directed energy of what ever kind which makes man bet ter and helps along the world to the millennial dawn IDontForChurchnien Dont fail to observe that he who knows only faces has no- friends Dont try toopen the windows to lifes sunshine unless you have symapthy I r Don t forget that where your life does nov teach your teaching cannot live i Dont neglect your works if your would have your wings take care of themselves Dont imitate men who missPV the spirit of the law by making most of the letter Dont fail to learn that the l farther your life reaches the deeper its roots will strike D nttry to lead the world toIa better life by looking like undertaker on Sunday Dont expect to succeed in gaining into rest in the church until you inave some principal there Short Metes Sermons Selfishnesses the seed and si is the harvest lThin only of yourself and others will orgefcybu The empty head is easily Drink led into furrows that look like deep thought Aktnalrl fe often takel all jt J Li jijc ii iZ Ca c7 i r F7r l 1I ioessseesv + NNVe e HORD RIOElDEALERS IN- IHARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES s BLACKSMITH RUBBER SHOP TIRESfiWHEN RUBBER TIRES ON SHORT NOTICE CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY Jo osee saeosmo4ee LUMBERIWe are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and anything specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest and we can meet all reasonable de= Imands If you teanto build or repair write or use Phones 32= 4 32= 3 and 59 = A Icall GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill lb IIT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT V 7 HE RIGHT PLACEriSee my Stock o- fIGENERAL MERCHANDISEWanted Pf I y- i W L SIMMONS MUMBLE KENTUCKYii 3333F3es300E3 3E33 33z 3 is F1ctJ1cIcMTht4 III WITGHmAIER D f Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired a If Satisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE for Old Gold and Silver IIltoeation Otter Paul OSDIUg Stole CoiotDbia Ky i 3E3 3 30HO 1m 3sE3 ue 3E3E 3 3E 3 e H vvvw w C N v k vi lv W V IL lG C I i7i I 7 I I 1 I 71 rI 1 1 1 I 1 m DrnvJ T v E OSTEOPATHY71 i7i v t L D CONSULTATION ANDUUIccv Zvf5 Columbia KentuckyS v m Lcsv w vvWvwwi-T l inii1 fI7 ivrnmini1 1 I W FRANK CORCORAN iHigh GraderMarble 9 Granite f Cemeterywork See US b rorer of all kind yon buy Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties MStreeJ Lebanon Ky roioioi + The Adair County News and CourierJournal Both One Year for 150 time waiting for a chance at a big job asant prude than a rot as a mental garbage can Z r The man whofinals himself igreat is greater than the man who is born great iC ni ismisa pai duer 4oa i i T IX i 1 iIi tempting to eat all lifesfrute too early in the season The prayer that rises in the heart always works a way to the feet and the fingers j People who think they were orn to regulate the wxrli are always afraid theywill die front S I t beingrL 0f tgr 9I t 4rI r f 1 lh foi I l v i d1 T i Pp7fl NEWS 4ft I l k daw ll ft r P bIiSbedEVery Wednesday BY THES iAlair Co INCORPORATEDJh i CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests If the city of Columbia and the people of Adair Bad adjacent counties Sintered at the Columbia P ice aa second- cl0i mall matter WED OCT 20 1909 l ii Ij ftNNOUNCeMeNTS Y CYYYYrYYY fY FORltIAGISlRATEI I am a candidate for magistrate in 0the sixth District of Adair county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party J M WillisIs NewsIthe Republican nominee for them E State Senate in this district was not eligible to the office for the reason that he was a citizen ofa New Mexico less than six years 14 ago We also stated that the 0 district committee had been call ed to meet at Monticello to name another candidate The committee a met according to the call on a Thursday and Mr Neats eligi bility was discussed Finally a motion prevailed that he was el igible for State Senator and the r committee as we are informed voted unanimously to that effect Mr Neat was before the committee and stated that he hadnever I been a citizen of New Mexico At present it looks like Mr Neats name will go on the ballot as the Republican candidate for said position The Constitution of Ken= tucky says that a man can not hold the office of State Senator e unless he has been a citizen t her e o f for six years LATERMThe Republican comc I SaturdaY1receivedthe Neat and L C Nell also of this county was nominated and his name will go on the ballot under the Republican device A hanging of unusual interest took place at Wilkesbarre Pa last week Stanley Nazarko was condemned to die Just before i the execution his wife came to the jail WIth the man she in tended to marry after the deathI of her husband They to be given permission to witI ness jbhe hanging but the request was refused although the condemned man wanted his wife and her future husband to seeI 1him die Just before the ecution Nazarko handed his wife in the presence of her intended husband and a priest his will bequeathing her his savings oft 41200 He then bade his wife and her prospective husband fareI J well expressing the hope that r his wife had made a wise selecl ltionI 1 Judge William Lindsey one of Kentuckys greatest lawyers at One time Chief Justice of th Court of Appeals of Kentucky a former United States Senator from this State died in Frank fort last Friday morning Many f prominent men from all sections of the country attended the fun- eral2 f Q tDjir JohnG Pulliam editor of 1- jthe Harrodsburg Herald shot t and mortally wounded J gWVRc birdsa contractor of that ityI Jf fast Wednesday The ihbqting y jf t if J= jRobardsand wounded Pulliam before the latter shot Robards accused Pulliam o f being too intimate ith one of his relativ sPul denies the accusation 7and- t is believed that his assailant i was not in his right mind when the attack was made Pulliam is wellknown to the newspaper fraternity of the State r Absher The rain which fell Sunday was somewhat refreshing Miss Nona Chapman hear Gar lin is spending a few days withI her cousins Emma and Robertson Mr JT H Martin is on the sick list Mr JW Moore of Vester Saturday night with his daughter Mrs J H Morris 4and Mrs Luther Chap an were the guests of H B Robertson and family Sunday Sunday night Messrs Curtis Absher and W Murrell were at Mr J D Abshers Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs 0 G Hendrick son were at Wm P7 Dillfnghams few days of last week Mrs Z T Gabbert was a Mary A Brockmans Saturdaq night v r The Masonic Lodge at Egypt has reorganized l lBrnrspiteand all seemed to enjoy them selves A bountious dinner was spread consisting of pies cakes ham chicken and many otherl delightful things After dinner the evening was spent in talking and laughing and some very pne1 singing Mrs Robertson ivI- ed many nice presents for which she returns her thanks Those I present were Messrs R f sat qblBryantD P Rice Matthew Robertson Frank Renfro Osey Dillingham J C Absher Howard Russell jW 0 Murrell Curtis Absher Johnny and joy Brockman June Bryant and Otis Moore Mr and Mrs Luther Chapman Mr yand Mrs W B Morris Mr and Mrs J H Morris Mr and MrsS Ab sher Mr and Mrs P M Bryant Mr and Mrs W P Dillingham Mr and Mrs G C Russell Mrs BrockIIW A Humphress Misses Bettie Bryant Judelle and Annie Rob ertson Bertha and Audra Dil lingham Arva and Cleo Cave Altha Absher Nona Chapman Mary Moore Flora and Elsa Morris Grace Gabbert Fanni Brockman Sylvia Humphres Rebecca Brockman The little children were Annie Rollin Gladyce and Carrie Morris Elsie Chapmane Notice At the regular election for Ada county Ky held on the 2nd day of November 1909 at tne regular polling place in voting disirict No 13 of said county known as the Cane Valley ing district a poll will be opened an election held for the purpose bf a fcertaining hewillof y t lfQtJlaid H tncfcTipott thequestion whether or not th1 e wish cattle or any sPep ciee there td run t lailge fe sand dwtrict t This elejctipn will be i ld andl thw notice is gwen by Vlrtueot1anrder ofVibe Adair county court made at a term of jaid court held on the 24th day of Au iPlt ISO yB1 Iatt ikn Sheriff ut Admlr cotuity Kr fijyrz kI 7 t c L JKRCONOVER 1N r rr tf iIt canIIThe above picture will be his de Vice fw Dro John M Wilson Gradyville wash ere last Thursday Elroy Roe SpiorksviUe was weekhere buying Io0 spent loot Saturday with J W McChsterPorter Fudge and family of Cumberland county vistited at J W Harveys last week The singing at Independence last Sunday was a f ifon ac count ofraIna Bub Bennett Ieii play spent a day or So last week with his father who is sick at ihis racel Miss Ida Coomer Breeding spent last Sunday at the home ot J W Harvey L H Jones sold a mule to Curt Hunter for 75 J C Royse sold a grey Snare to Ara Strange for 50 iL Hi J6nes theieblored i carr Center if ofi this lace j has just about completed a nice yeveil rdom dwelling for W T Keeccf Breeding Hewill now build f a store house foe 7Mr fReecs Mrs 16m Cheatham bf Cum J5erland county visited at Arthur tIRoyses last week Matthew Wooten and family are now residents pfpurfown Mr Wooten has just completed his dwelling and moved in Thurs day Blair Rupe of Texas was here one day last week John Pickett Milltown was here a day or so last week listing propertyt 1 first big frost of the IThe visited us last Tuesday night It made way with every thing that was green Sorghum making is abQutover in this community W1JF Bean toping the lead with some two or three hundred gallon t Mose Wooten is erecting a new dwelling at this place Everything seems to be moving lively and if progress keeps up at the present pace we will soon have one of the best lIttle towns in Southern Kentucky j Hurrah for the officers of irAdair county They came last Tuesday and arrested part of the gang of whisky sellers on Burks jailenThen Deputy Sheriff Mitchell and Constable Roe came back Thursday and we hope that they have cleaned up thee gang It is not only a disgrace to thom munity but loto I2i cputity to allow any ioch deni to cAjff her ljabd- 5 o irt Ihgpctii t r 4 4i A f i f t TV fP 1kc J I t 1 IF YOU WANT TO RIDE 1 THERES NOTHING TO HINDER 13 1iIDI l2r I THE tyi I s1 BuchananLyonCo iI i 1 I tJ Have a Big Lot OfIII BUGGIES m f I r J t 3 b 7 IItfl 11j 111 fp J f mss J ib- fi r f lhi accountl within the next few days regardless of price end Jr lr n r LI r Y 11 WILL CLOSE OUT THJ w LOT NOVEMBER 1st fig i h 1 N r t Jl idlaftjertiMs 1 date the Great Slaughter will closer a Qw itl1etime to buy a Buggy for a small sum ofjK j imoney They are going to be sold first come first served Call up Bob Lyon and he will tell you all about the special sale Such bargains were nevei j before offered i r v I j 7Theincorporated Campbellsville Ky m I e Ii I this will teach outsiders that Adair county will not be de bouched by any such lowless ness So again three cheers for our good officers and let us hope that they will thus always stand between the fair name of our conuty and dishonor and thus protect us from the disgrace that such dens always bring about I Gadberry The health of this community is very good present rhe f this neighbor armersbusy hood sowing wheat Mr Leonard Childers of Camp bellsville visited his daughter at this place last week Mr Ciscero Hood of Mt Pleas thanthis saw mill at this place iliBs Thetis Willianv5JiniMasr ieterMormon Friday pflast week Gvrje ults SfCo1iin Ir 4 v 1W a i Cf f r bia made a business to this place last aturdayISeveral from this place attend jedMr G W Turners spellingI at Pierce s Chapel last night Mrs Montra Dohoney return ed home last week after spend lug several days visiting rela atives at this place Mr Olie Taylor was the guest of George Morrison and family Tuesday night of last week Mrs Leona Hurt our upto date milbfine trade this season r Mr W LStottS and little son Allen visited relatives at Glens forklast Saturday aiiH Sunday Birthday Dinner On Saturday Oct 8th 1900 f quite a number of tri naa and r41atiyesmet at tHe home of Mr James K Flietcher withell fiHad baskets which had been ftitiaYT it prepared at their homes for a birthday dinner for Mrs jRlelch I1IfferY Though young and haviiotlived in the neighbor a short time she has prove dbeqgood neighbor and aa d p member of the U B chur ch r and is ever ready to serve thelufrch in any care presentsHerwas present to enjoy the many YfriendsMary Q Jan es i PUBLIC SALEs JtOn Wedneeday October loth I will sell at public auction at my j rmR one milci from Lebanon Kya t be d of yearinof good workmu14beadof furling Sugar mules several jemaeta I4 Jung jacks one 6 year old igood our cattle bogs etc it ring of extra good stocktDot e 0et30 f f tJtB- f1 i Ja f r ytx w 5 i ETiT= T I1 I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 15 rr k t ij ERSONAL Mr C C Hines Knoxvilie was here a few days ago vforseveraiMr shereSpringsWasMr J J Courts Greensburg spent a few days here last week washereMr A G Norris Louisville called to see our merchants last Thursday Misses Sallie and Mayme Baker are visiting relatives in Monticello Mr and Mrs J F Montgomery were visitiIJg in Russell county last week Mr and Mrs Champ Butler and MrsI Josh Butler visited in Louisville last week i Mr Sam Damron and wife of Hus tonville visited relatives in Columbia last weekeMr H H Thompson and daughter Miss Lee of Knob Lick were in Colum bia Monday TLouisvilleMr RiG Young MrIT D Hughes of Quannah Texas arrived here Saturday evening to spend a few days Mr and Mrs J P Hutchison visited the family of Mr BV0 Hurt near White Oak last Sunday Mr J W Campbell Charleston Ill is visiting at the home of Mr J M Campbell Pellyton Mr Ray Montgomery who has been visiting in Louisville for several weeks returned home Friday afternoon Mr G P Smythe High Priest is representing Columbia Chapter No7Iin the grand Chapter this week Mrs J C Hodges of Greensburg atIthefLindsey Wilson last Thursday Mr S C Strange wife and children of San Angelo Texas ire visiting rel atives in Columbia and will remain one month Rev A R Kasey Master of Columbia Lodge No 96 F arid A M is representing said lodge in the Grand i rgfe this week Mr J B Rupe of Dallas Texas is sjting his old friends in Adair county AnnifLV nMr James Gafnettr is in Louisville this week attending the meeting of the Masonic Grand Lodge He Is a mem7 ber of the Committee on Jurisprudence JUdgeitchere for several months left for his Missouri home last Thursday morning Mr John A Hobson a leading mer chant of Greensburg a gentleman who has many friends in Columbia and rtithughout the county of Adair wa hare on business last Thursday Mr T C Davidson and wife who spent three months in Liberty return byMrsWarmer who will spend several weeks here daughterwljopast two weeks left Saturday for Danville They were accompanied by Mr E R Feese and mother Mrs H C Feese Mr Leonard Goodman of Glasgow spent a few days of last week in Colum bia On his return he was accompanied by his sister Miss Lillie Goodman who has been visiting at the home of Mr Sam Lewis Rev D S Campbell pastor of the Methodist Church Greensburg was here last Friday On Saturday he re turned with Rev R L Tally who is assisting Rev Campbell in a meeting at SummervilleMr and family will leave Monday for Princeton Ky where t3y will reside Mr Shipp will engage iiifthe poultry business with the Jean Kwmelly Co He is a good business famiIMr Robert Reed who has been emI ed by the Buchanan Lyon Gpbpbellsville for the past ten maths tendered his resignation last r1 ipMk 3 and is now at home and will soon JBjage in busmess here He quit the fWJhanan Lyon Company with the best j lihcs of every member of the firmr titfn and Mrs J R Fertine of Little jkafek Ark are spending a few weeks ith Mr and Mrs J MO Campbell liflyton Last Saturday and Sunday Jl the above mentioned including M r- JIIifJlrs Campbells little son visited fif R R Moss and wife this place informjnoB te operated on last Safuidyf- t ci foJLji jOfI i k 44j MrT J Bellof Liberty was here the furstof the week Mr Jo Russell is in Louisville this week rRankilllGoft Berjqnisi- sitin Wt r Gff9 Mrs Mary CJhcatham and son Burks ville are visitthztelativs here Y JYY veryIDfE A Waggener is attending the State Medical Association held at the Seelbach in Louisville this week Farm For Sale Agood farm containing 160 acres For further information call on or write Chas T Browning 492t Bliss Ky 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 district a poll will be opened and an held for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said district upon the question whether or not they wish cattle or any species t qhisis given by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a term of said court held on the 24th day of August 1909 W B Patteson Sheriff of Adaircounty Ky Dulworth The health of this community is very good at present School is progressing at this place under the management t of Mr Rhue Squires The social at Mr Joe Smiths last Saturday night given hon or Qf Miss Lula Dudgeon was enjoyed by all present Mrs Bettie Allison if Garlin visited her mother Mrs Marth Pike the latter part of last week Sunday school at Carmel is progressing nicely Jri There was quite a downpour of rain last Sunday Rev Rood failed to fill his reg ular appointment at Carmel last SundayIMr Oscar Corbin is building a large feed barn and a nice dwelling house Miss Louise Rice who has been in bed for the past seven years is reported no better daughterI IMr Leslie McFarland of Cane made a flying trip to this place last Sunday evening Misses Virgie and Maudie Al lison were the guests of MissI Mollie Pike one night last 1M Rey Yarberry will speak at next Friday night To The Voters of Adair County am a candidate for the office of as II subject to the action of the legal voters of Adair county I was de feated in the Republican primary by Mr J M Wolford by means and methods used by him which were forbidden by our committee and which gave him an undue advantage and really and tru ly rendered his nomination void J liv comIhonest methods Since my opponent failed to keep his agreement I fe released from my obligation and feel it my duty and privilege to appose Mr Wolford I am a Republican but believe in fair honest politics My Republican friends in the upper part of this county where we both live are with me by a large majority in this race and tljey are as true as any men but not willing to see the party dragged into the mire of por litical corruption I expect to canvass the county and see as many of the voters as possible before the election If elected will perform the duties of the office fair and impartially il i Respectfully 493 1 W q Bottom ci t For Sale i jf f My reiiifieoce ih C6lttint afJuif4 two 3to building conjoining eight roBmgood water and fc fine garden Lpcatioji near the iquare 47Sn JlrsJr WtFortb I 1 J i I V J I Lt i 1r IJust for FunT 1 thursday Friday and Saturday H 4118 Keg Soda 5c Ballard Russell JNell Our people are sowing wheat and making sorghum Miss Cora Campbell whQ has been very sick for some time is improving The axhandle factory at this place has started up and they are receiving timber Mr S R Walker and wife and M r Roy Walker entertained uite a number of young folks at their homes last Friday and Saturday night Mr and Mrs A A Pulliam after spending several days vis iting relatives i n Cumberland county returned home last Mon dayMaster James Hunter is visits ing his father at Grady ville i Misses Zula Kinnaird and May Nell visited Miss Ina Hamilton oJlMrs Virgil Kinnaird and her little daughter of Sulphur Wel1 fDImany attend ed the Street Fair at Edmonton last week lastILID D8D8D8D lINSURE a a3E3E IIWednesday with her daughter I Mrs Gilford Hamilton at Red Lick Sulphur Vale L The recent rains have cause the farmers to spare no means wheatIfavorable quite an acreage will be sown Jack Frost made a recent visit t but no damage was done as everything had been put in preparation for his coming The schoolshaVe been suspend ed a while owing to diptheria and rthose in session are making a small average on account of sick ness andrthe scare a Some traveling men by name of Floyd and others are conduct ing ac series of meeting near here also have a class in vocal mUSICIMrs J A Breeding and daughter Beatrice spent last week in Green county returning home Monday i i Misces Fanny and Mattie Ev ans Messrs Robert Williams Willie Evans visited the Misses Breeding last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jesse Sapp spent Saturday and Monday near Knif ley with relatives v Some of our boys made a start d l I i for Indiana last week but ret 1 uinedin a few hours They just went as far as Cane Valley Miss Pearl Breeding suffered from chills and fever last week n j 0 Commissioners Sale t r ff tJADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY George R Bennett c Plff 1E Allen Bennett c Defendan qmty- By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Adair Ciruit Court ren dered at the September Term thereof 1909 in the above cause Ishall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Court house door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 1st day of November 1909 at 1 oclock p mt or thereabout be ing CountyCourt day upona credit of six months the following property to wit describedI A tract of land located in county containing 39 acres 3 Tods and 16 poles and bounded as follows Begin ning at a black oak and beech corner to C B Taylor thence N 60 poles to a stake by the Crocus road thence E 105 poles to a stone corner to Henry Holladay thence S 60 poles to a stone near some beech stumps in C B Tay Jor line and corner to Holladays thence W 105 poles to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond Jbearing legal inter est from the day of sale until paid and Judgjnentt Master Commissioner i Toria 1 People of this community are very busy preparing to sow wheat P IMrs P B Rowe and sin are jvery sick at this writing Mr Will Aaron called on NR Roach one day last week rt hashbeen sick for some timejs somei v bett1at this writing J t R T Gibson sold a fine cow I 1Severaled tfee reunion at week last OOOOD i1 YOUr Lives D ourllomes BalllS StoekQiJirQJ IjfWITH ooo a l week Miss Nannie Rowe was the guest of Mary Roach one night i s last week Bro Frank Turner of Colum bia is at work on the parsonage at Mt Pleasant this week Misses Mattie and Hattie Gjb son were the guests of Misses Annie and GladisCoomer Satur day night Mr Henry Estes and Miss Della Akin visited the home of Mr Estes parents Monday IMiss Birtie Breeding and Bro Samuel were visiting at Sparks ville a few days last week Herman Roach was the guest of Mr Hadis Harvey Saturday night ssatiColumbia one day this week Messrs Ed Janes Shelby Gib- Son Sam Breeding Thomas and Herman Roach Misses Dannie Rowe Byrtie Breeding and Mary Roach attended spelling at Antioch Friday night and report a nice time I i Red Lick and Weed crossed bats last Saturday evening s o e fourteen I to eighteen in favor of Weed J RjGastonastSUI day Mrs ilarthit1d i visitin kl ioIl R Fudge a fewday thisweek j tS ilj I Owensby i YJTheis very good at present We had a good rain Sunday fSveryJJ V Mr 1wturnedwhere he has accepted a position as traveling salesmah for the Read Fertilizer Co Mr Moore usisman and we hope he will win success for himsel fand the CoI J M Simms sold a two year old colt to Mannan Guffey for 125 The same party purchased a six month old loderThe singing at Esto is pro gressing nicely under the man agement of Prof Steward Rex roat v The Sunday school association atItended htimeMisses Cecil Oaks and Susie Aaron were the guests of Misses Idell Simmsand Emma GriderI A child of Grant Wooten who lives near Etso died the llth with that disease to be pdiphtheriaMrs J F Montgomery of Co lumbia is visiting this week al Ld Ezra Moores Master BoQne and Misses Avis and Ada Walkup who resided with their grandparents M rand Mrs Jj H Barger have re moved to Garlin where they win reside with their father They will be greatly missed by the young people of the neighbor hood JThereJamestown on the 9th to witness the Russell Juvenile Fair All who were there say it was a success and it is hoped to be re peated in 19i6 J On the 7th your writer had th e pleasure of stopping for a short while and talking with Mr J AI Turner and viewing that wonder fulbigelmof which you have sot much read and doubtless heard Mrs WJ Lawless is in poor health She is at Jamestown taking a treatment at this writ ing Born to the wife of Conda Cundiff on the 6th inst twin ba bies a boy and girl mother d p ing well but babies died soon af ter birth Rev Sam Stapp will preach at Mt Vernon Church the com ing year Mr ii G Grider and wife at j ri1tendedNotice At the regular election for Adair ofcountyNovember 1909 at the regular polling place in voting District No 1 said county known as the West Columbia edvotingand an election held for the purpose of ascertaining 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 given by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a term of said court held on the 24th day of August 1909 W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Ky Plum Point W axeiput had a good ain th t settlew3vxth 5 duWfot usar softened 3 th ground whIc pleased the farmers very mu who wer1 thinking bf is6wi J wheat Y i V The p lity at Mr Wheelers lyI F Jattended and a nice time reprt4led r Miss Annie Smithwhonas ibeen visiting in this neighbor Ood left Mr G R Feeses last uPdaorher home in Colum sheiwasteach school this week Mr Frost visited us very freely one night last week which made think ofge ting our winter wood IThe wife of Mr John Barrett died last Tuesday She leaves a hushand and three children to mourn their loss We understand that Mrs Barnett was sick a ng time and a great suffer Mr John Edd Burton was elected trustee last Saturday at the meeting of the Scoool trustees at Little Cake for this district which is known as Wat son district green river and Casey creek ave both been very low for some time which pleased the fish ermens very much Rev B H Henderson will pleachat Mt Carmel next Sun heIreach at that place once a onth i There are several cases of ptheda in this neighborhood at present Corn crops are not as good thisIyear as usual which we think is due to having to much rain for a while arid then not enough Mr G R Feese sold two mules to W B Dulworth ne day last week Price unknown We have been looking for Mr oe Hurt and his partner to come ack to work on the telephone but we now supposed the wildcats have bluffed them and they are afraid to come back Mr Melvin Jones and sons j have been doing a nice pieeQf sawing on the farm pfWl iEV Feese It will take them abputj one month to complete the jobii The candidates for the Noyemr ber doingstheir best Some of the farmers are strip ping their tobacco Ve hope they will get a good price for ft although as a general thing we find it not as good as usual Bro Qloyd and son closeda meeting at this place a few days ago T The boys of this place arey finding lotsof squirrels to kill Y Several of the farmers have oduringIpas ys Mr Joe Beard of Jericois having a new store house built We wish Mr Beard a good trade r 114 hoping he will get his house cpm pleted in time to sell candy anqpj 0il fire crackers to the boys during Christmas We have understood thatrfr r mad dog passed through this part of the country a few days ago The political speaking at Jerico last Friday night was largely attended The speakers were Yar berry Tarter Stults and Price Mr Badboy the picture man has been doing some work in this neighborhood during the pastv fewdays Born to the wife of Mr Char girlhWheeler made a WednesdaykKnifleyavisited our school st Thursday He being onhiis way Ito ihistsick mother IV t i1 I Tit Ii T- ji f7TTj- y r 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS c iX LN Time Clild P In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND AIN Lv LoUISVILLE =AN LEBANON I0Z7 700 am 942 am SJlSam 1004 xo 23 19 505pm 740 pm- Ne21 800 pm 1000 pm N93 630pm 500 pm NORTH BOUND IIJtAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE a 24548 am 730am e18732am lOdSam o28430pm 655pm LIa 22628 pm 815 pm 092732am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are unday trains only jCo M WISEMAN SON I Diamonds and Precious Stones Jewlers and Opticians r U Special attention given to work and all orders in of goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 Market St Bet lst2d St Louisville Ky D Crensfaaw IS VETERINARY BURG ON fSpecial Aitneti n t EyesI Fistulo Pollevil Spavin 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 ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP II FROMCOLUMIA POINTMENT WILMORE HOTEL W HI WIlsly1O12E Pltop IfIFirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates GRftDYlIILLe KYi s 40IRes Phone 29 Office Phone Dr James Triplett Dentist 1 JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY t 2v Dunbar 2entist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING S v PHONE NO 40 RING 3 ciT I tr COLUMBIA KENTUOKY Y s wr wrwrawwrrr i 1 Joseph n StoneAt- torneyAtLaw fl Will practice in cthis and adjoining counties Kentuckyt il t AI re uPauen 8tMtbeT I iiterta t r8tIa r Esks o trn ThEI- n I c = c ICJM or catr1 fY = t K t ht d dwcrur tiM ista y 7 t f 1R f Raising Ducks j t ndlJbeginfeed and give them a shallow vessel for watering for a small duck can get too wet Always give ducks plenty of water to drink and I think it should bes a near the feed trough for ducks wash down their food with water and cannot eat well without itC I find my ducks do better whenh the food is changed often scraps from the table of bread potatoes apple parings corn meal etc They should be kept warm at night to keep in a growing condition A wire netting- sI fence about two feet high is nice to enclose a duck yard Ducks require more fresh air than chickens and can stand more cold weather I belive there is more nioney in ducks than in turkeys as duck are not subject to dis deaseduck after it is hatched Ito With proper care a duck will lay from a hundred to a hundred and twentyfive eggs in one sea son They should always have plenty eggproducing food and Ity goodshelter I raise the Pekin It is the largest of all known breeds of ducks I believe they have no a superior Their feathers are always pure white and command a good price at any timetThe best way to start in raising ducks is to begin with only at few learn all you can about it and then try to breed all the good birds you can take care of without crowding the first year If at the end of the year you are satisfied to go ahead try it on a large scale Successful Farming Poultry Prospects The need of the hour in this country is more winter laying flocks and the poultryman who will make the production of eggs during the cold winter months his specialty breeding and feed ing with this end in view will reap a harvest within the next few years Dont pay any at tention to the doleful harpings the Pessimist but reach ou 1of a share of the business tha- is yours simply for the asking The demand is already created and it is up to the poultrymen of the country to arrange to supply it Plan to keep as many young hens and pullets the coming winter as you can possibly take care of fix up your houses so they will be comfortable for the flock keep careful watch of the pet formance of the hens and weed out the nonproductive ones which only curtail your profits feed intelligently and give the flock the very best of care and the dollars that will jingle in your coffers by the time spring comes again will cause you to rejoice Then when spring comes mate up your most prolific winter layers and produce more winter layers for another yeaFThe prospects were neVer better for the poultryman right now and behooves him get busy at once Commercial Poultry IWr n Fattening Turkeys It is a mistake to depend upon corn alone when fattening tur keys A variety is better Potatoes swedes mangolds wito1 ground oats barley meal Mck wheat meal or cornmeal eonstiv tuteo tfo r t rYer t td c Ci IIrootoiled and mixed with meal and ive acorns chestnuts and wal nuts The latter they consider add a delicious flavor to the meat While being fattened turkeys have plenty of yentiliation fresh air in their coops and a there should be a plentifulsupply grit and and lime rubbish to digestion They should also ave all the clean water they will a drink A popularAmetican method of fattening is to give morning mash of cornmeal barley meal or buckwheat meal mixed with kim milk a few sweet potatoes can be added At noon give cracked corn buckwheat or bar ley and at night give whole or cracked corn with an occasional feed of buckwheat It is best not to coop turkeys 13 fattening as they are apt loose their appetites and be come sickly If fed all they will eat three times a day they are not inclined i to roam but will sit around quiet Turkeys intended for the later markets should not be so heavily fed as those intended for sale in few weeks They should be killed at once whnready for the market as hey will begin to lose flesh and prove unprofitable if kept over his time M K Boyer Money Comes In Bunches IeToY now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipa tion nervousness and general debili yt he writes couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old atIIach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 50c at Paull Drug CoICholera threatens to become aI serious epedemic in Korea A- disease t Seoul the capital the has spread rapidly and the palace of the former Emperor has been infested GametFarmers have been offered new skin game which is worked as follows A resident of a certain town ship recently observed a big touring car stop in front of his home A man got out and began looking for something along the road The farmers curiosity was aroused and he saunted down to I the spot x The roan informed him that he had just dropped a valuable diamond pin After looking for some time the tourist asked the farmer if he would continue the search He gave a name and ad dress in Indianapolis and sai if he found the diamond he would pay him a hundred dollars The next day a tramp appear ed at the farmers house and ask ed for some thing to eat He sat foodtow a t scarf pin which he said he fown In the road The farmer offered him 50 for it and the offer w accepted The man at Indianapolis was notified of the find and he wa asked to send the 100 by return mail upon receipt of which the Bubit1ecompetent jeweler says ebbiesto- nfound by the tramp worth po aibI S0 ee tl j4S diJt1r sHit4Atat r 11 i rt f Laxative for i Women Free There is a great difference in the 71 to which a laxative should Ibeare usually violent purgatives or I 71fulA woman at all times needs only mild laxative n fact none other Is v thoughthey I move the bowels and if a gentle laxative will do it what is the use of a violent 7t oneDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin has earned 7i welldeserved vogue among women and children and old folkspeople who must inecessarily be careful of what they tape It is a liquid laxative tonic and ad andbowel I 7asgists sell it Its pleasant taste ana gentle 71 womeninach1 sick headache heartburn and suchlike digestive complaints Its use for a entirely buildupthethat they act naturally again That this 7famiUes 7andWilliams Cal as Mrs J E Blackmon of that place writes the whole town seems to be using itIf the remedy is new to you and you want to make a trial of it before buying send your name to the doctors address below and a free test bottle will be sent Then if results are satisfactory can buy it of your druggist J1 If there i3 anything about your ailment that you dont r understand or if you want r i any medical adVice to the doctor and he iteIanswer you fully There no charge for this 4 The address is Dr W B 4 Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldg Monticello Ill 4 e Worlds Biggest GunI Chicago Journal In an Eastern steel plant the biggest gun in the world is nearing completion It will be de livered to the Government during the present month and Uncle Sam then will have a weapon that will drive a 1400pound pro jectile through twentytwo inches the best steel that ever hung overt e vitals of a battleship The new fourteeninchgun will weigh 633 tons or ten tons more than the twelveinch guns which will be mounted on the Delaware and North Dakota It will be 53 12 feet long and the shell will travel more than forty five feet before it leaves the feetIperof 35 pounds of smokeless pow der the gun will have a range of twentyfive miles Before the impact of this mon ster the most modern Dead nought will be like sheets of cardboard One of its huge projec tiles would crash through the warshipaand still have enough impetus left to go out through the other sideLandsmen have ceased to won der where this craze for bigger guns and more costly battleships is going to end They know it costs millions and then more millions and if it were not for navy we could pay off the lour debt and have money to build waterways But it j is some satisfaction tp know that we have the biggest gun in the world even if we never have to use it dFrightful Fate Averefed 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 itjsoon cure s Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Ski Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Paul Drug Co IrPa says the man who wins is anasI zest and nptfizz and fuss SurccssslLien in a keen clew brain backed by indomitable will and ras i tfes enerx gy Such power come from tlie splen did h lth that Dr ljlgs New Life Pills impart TW yiaiz evaryorigan sued buiiid up lbrin and body 3 A W Ya writer r1J i i r i W 1- v i 1 VV v V- n v l77 lI flm 7r7rr K 1IJv HUBUCH BROS WELlEND RFF wn J INCORPORATEDI1 t Successors to Mubbuch Bros G C 7i An Old firm in a New Garb v1 il We are the same people as strong as ever before he same 1 strong management the same reliable business methods are the pilnlars of all our transactions Tds in 1 7i JE CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FINE WAL L- w 1 1 PAPER JftiSfit Ii Will be taken careof in the conscientious manner as ever before 7 1 I srHUBBUCH BROS WELLENDjJFF T LOUISVILLE KY 1- iv 522522 W MARKET ST fill Ii J iV7 7i i7i 171 i i V 1 4ifni7i71 i i jJ 1= 7i 40 4 GET OUR PRICES ON- ROOFINGBEFORE i 0 9 YOu BUY A See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleat and Cap Roofing g put on like tin roofwithout any nails exposed and is better than any rin Iroof It will last a life time without painting We carry in tock V Crimp a iand Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubber and all kinds Paper roofing Dehlet Bios in H ffa stW w9 Mine Catleiry Guns 0 116 E market St Bet 1st Brook WflGOJVL MjRLTEIRIl 0 0- Itouisstille entaeky Telephone 2l67Both Phones Q 4 4 N 4 + w iliwwvvv mniJiiiniiyr 11 mi- iC n Fifth Avenue Hotel r- Cw n 1 9 iii DI1 Ii JiRefurnished Redecorated ande= j I jQ2 modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu t Q w lar Prices Convenient to Wholesalenvr and Retail Districts Churches and7i Y Theaters hi m 4 YILLEmC tf inn w C R FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETSr rCm 57iwwN CvICIC iCwvvCvwCuvCtv C v vr Ali 7iv I 7i U G HARDWIK Pres J COCKE V Pres R II DIETZMAN Sec W T iyne Mill Supply Co J ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIliliWRIGJ4TS RCfiIf11tSDEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW ML ISi GRIST MILLS FEED MILIS 1301 THIKTeeNTffKftffl LODIS lte SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work 59 1 JOBBING WORK SOLICITED 1 All Kinds of Machinery epaJrro I J frit W t lt 1J1uss lI Springs Hill i rroIfhj n- tAnd 4 tableisthe accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water tfietpwe health restoring Terms reasonobie Write to 1iSfel o WINFREY PHELPS RUSSELL SPRINGS f TI- L2Ut 1IE FOR TBiAl cIfWPiL R FI t y x P 11111wPY i 5t r oZ f 1it t r n yIF1f I rv r w if iJt t t THE AJSAnt COUNTY NEWS trlc 7 t Played It tOtI Limft X Many writers bavevdeclareS that an Irkhgentlemans hospitality is unlimited but this is a slight exaggeration as Is shown by a story borrowed from a book of Irish membries Jerry McCartle was often the guest of friends x on account pf his pleas ant ways extended to him that sort of old Irish hospitality jwhich enabled a visitor in my owurfamily who came r tora fortnight to stay for six years In McCarties case the visit stretciied to nearly double that time Ater- f eight or nine years however his ldns gt1lstal1dletposed renovation and that he had sign f paintedfromBy George said Jerry its for 1tunate that I donf object to the stnel paint and it will be well to have some one to keep an eye on the paint ers now that the wall fruit is ripen lug Some months passed Then his host Informed him that he was going to be married adding I thought Id tell you in good time so that you could make leisurely preparations to go as the lady and you may not hit it off as well as you and I do With tearful eyes Jerry grasped his cousins hand saying Oh Dan dear you have my hearty thanks for your consideration but dear dear boy surely if you can put up with her I can SportInpastime that is special and particular to that state alonethe sport of wood chopping It says much for the grit and vigor of TasmanIans that this treal1y serious and arduous work should 1be regarded as the finest sport At Cobart and Launceston they have iiHf turf meetings their cricket foot ball golf cycling and so forth but to a woodchopping contest people will flock rom far and nearmen women and children and watch the ax wield ers hewing away at huge bocks of timber as if life and reputation de pended upon the issue Thud thud thud go the axes and the splinters fly In all directions the judges calmly sit ting near taking notes of the strokes the spectators cheering the compet- Itors from time to time as frantically as if they were race horses To be a woodchopping champion means something to a man in TasmanlaDundee Advertiser Look Prosperous or Pay In Advance While there is a good deal of the American spirit prevailing in Sydne and Melbourne they do things there in a peculiar way said a traveling man It is hard to get used to them They have excellent restaurants there but they run on a peculiar plan AjnaXLgoes in and sits down at a table and a waiter generally a woman hands him the bill of fare He makes out his order on a slip and before he is waited on the waiter goes to the cashier and has a little private talk with him The cashier looks over at the customer and if he appears to be good for the bill he is served other Wise he is asked to pay in advance The meals are good and cheap The same careful scrutiny is made when a fellow registers at a hotel Good looks will go further than any amount of baggage Omaha Bee Clear Waste He has a quick temper you know was the excuse given by a friend for a boys rude act Ts heqilick at his lessons was the question Ncf1 was the reply Is he quick at sports the ques tioner went on Again the answer was No Is he quick in obedience No Well said the questioner with a twinkle in ills eye if he has so little quickness hed better use it where it will do him some good Its clear waste to put it on his temper The Town of Bushire Residents of a miserable seaport on the Persian gulf called their town Bu shire Boosheer It has narrow dirty ill paved streets The city is visited by earthquakes and simooms and stints its children of wholesome air and fresh water It appears however to have enjoyed high repute among the ancient Blamites who have left buried about under moldering heaps bricks with cuneiform inscriptions In summer the citizens of Bushire live in a heat that is almost unbearable Her Sorrow VPpapa sobbed small Sadie mmy canary is ddead Never mind dear replied her father Ill buy you another one ifOh Im calm now rejoined Sadie but when I first sajw the poor little thing 1 cried like a chIld =Exchange t After the Race go1 your horse wa clistancedv was e 4es 1io fId you have anytbI gonhim I thought I had a jockey on him iutjt seems I did ntot i i Times tp Laugh Jv Is the old man always so glum a5jtiiis flBy no means He laughs tirfee a year spring and fall when j giaew womens hats come inFlle- gede Blatter V Jt Strictly Business boristYou believe in giving credjti w whom credit Is due do ift you j4pfcai mYyes but I mike er Vd3r else pay cashChtcagoTrib 1 i tire l uul tips in grtit l De iiji f i ilIt f y tirj S rDunnville 7 X Miss Ada Loy who has been in Indiana for some time has returned home J D Jones gave a social to the young folks which was very much enjoyed Jo Thomas haSrentedtl e farm of J D Jones He will move soon The box supper at Lutterlls creek was largely attended The cake for the best looking girl brought 1890 The money will be used to purchase a library Mr Potts the popular grocer of Goose creek left for Louis vile last week to buy a full line of goods Newt Roberts and family of Pellyton visited 0 L Ellis and wife Sunday Misses Ada Mary and Eva Loy visited friends and relatives at Rife Saturday and Sunday Z T Pelley was in this community last week buying attle Jo Coffey of Pellyton was visiting friends in this country last Sunday Theo Smith was very severe ly wounded in the leg by the accidental discharge of his re volver which he dropped while changing clothes wasIweek Jo Thomas and wife were visit ing friends in this country last weekJas Pelley attended singing at Popular Grove Sunday A mining expert from Tenn essee has found an iron mine oh the farm of J F Pelley he also found a vein of copper We have seen both and are convin ced that it is some kind of metal Anyone that dont believe this are invited to call and be shovnI T J Rubarts and son have re turned to Missouri where they will make their future home Miss Carrie Pierce who is at tending school at Russell Springs visited her mother Mrs Kate Price last week Misses Maggie and Florence Rubarts were at Russell Springs last week Mrs Sam Ford is vistingher father Mr Sweeney who is very sick We have awaysknown that the Republicans claimed credit for abundant rainfall bumper crops sunshine and also gave us poor Democrats the privilige to live But I must confess that I was paralyzed to hear one of the aforesaid party an educated one that claimed and attempted to prove from history that Thomas Jefferson was the founder of what is now the Republican party He could not prove it neither could I onvince him that he was wrong What should I do to show him he is wrong and bring him to the ways of righteousness I f some one dont prescribe quick he will be- lost r Miss Vera Dickinson is visit ing relatives at Linnie Boss Combest lost about 45 bushels of wheat and some plows etc by fire that was stored in an out building Mr Neal is building a nice house on Damron creek which will soon be completed Some lumber men from Greensr burg we buying ppplair logs and- 7t k 1 J JL r Y 7 l t frO u constructing alaft on Green river at the mouth of Short creek Warren Sallee of near Columbia passed throughhereenroute- to Yosetnite on business With Pelley Ross iron and lead mine and a Republican administration to guide us we expect a great wave of prosperi ty in this country soon Its a Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard Tile 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 lagripge vanish It heals coughracked membrances and cough lug 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 Pull Drug Co Weed We are having somefd y dusty weather at present Sorghum making is the order of the day in this section Mr and Mrs Lee B Morris are visiting Mrs Morris parents Mr and Mrs J L Moore this week Mr and Mrs William Harvey of Breeding spent Tuesday night with their sister Mrs J H MooreThe singing at Big Creek is progressing nicely under the management of Prof Curt Kelt nerMr George Cole sold a cow and calf to Mr John Gilpin for 28 Mr Lee Moore son of N J Moore who has been at Camp bellsville for some time was married a few weeks ago to a- Miss Burris of near that place He and his wife are visiting his parents and other relatives a t this place Mr Vishue Nelson of this place and Miss Greene Coomer of Basil were married ut the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Billie Coomer Thurs day in the presence of a few of their relatives and friends Rev George Compton officiating Mr Warn Compton and wife of Rocky Hill Station were vis iting J 0 Moore Thursday night and attended the soldiers meet ing Mr Killis Comptpn of Indiana is visiting his brother and other relatives and friends in the Basil community this week Mrs Amanda Bragg spent last week with her daughter Mrs Haden Keltner and her sister Mrs J L Moore Mr Cleve Wilson of Metcalfe county attended the old soldiers meeting at this place last Tues day and Wednesday The old soldiers meeting at this place last Tuesday and Wed nesday wasa success It was largely attended both days They had good order Mr Strong Hill furnished an organ and Prof Keltner with his class did some fine singing Several preachers were present and delivered some fine sermons The old r soldiersL gave in their a general good tine was had by all present Many thoughts were dropped that I trust will lodge in the min ls of the young people that will never lJeforgot ten Wanted t Butter 20i x tnN pound IrilhpottJ QcJHrJbohl and cab bag at the LindseyWilon l S Ipellton The health of this community is good at this writing I Mr James Fertine and wife of Little Rock Ark are visiting relatives at this place Mr James Campbell of Illi nois is visiting his sister Mrs JM Campbell Marvin Perryman who is at tending the L W T Sat Columbia was visiting his parents Saturday and Sunday Prof R R Moss wife and daughter of Columbia were vis iting Mrs Moss parents here Saturday and Sunday Mr G W Rubarts sold a pair of mules to Mr Mont Harmon of Edith for 25Q700 Mr J P Coffey sold a pair of mules to Mr Tone Etann of Co lumbia for 30000 Mr R K Jones sold a tract of land of a little over five acres to G W Rubarts for 64570 Mr S H Workman sold two mule colts for 16150 George Ellis and Theodore Jones who have been in Indiana 0 for some time have returned home Mr Jas C Pelley who has been quite sick for some time is better at this writing Mr B R Davis and Mrs Nan cy Henson were united in marriage a few days ago Messrs G W Rubarts W 01 Pelley and J P Coffey were in Columbia last week Jamestown The Sunday School Convention was held here yesterday ac cording to arrangement and it was certainly a success as re gard to remarks from different ones as well as the music Prof Barnes from Russell Springs made some very interesting re marks his language well chosen and pleasing We were especial ly pleased with Prof Wesleys idea as How to study the Sun day School lesson We had sev eral good talks by Pres Knight and others Mr Bertrams re marks in regard to the children were very good The solo ren dered by Mrs Smart of Burn side was certainly beautiful Mrs Bernards school assisted by Miss Roxey Falkenburg is progressing nicely As we seethe children passing to and fro it reminds us of our happy school days But all days cannot be btightand7beautifulinto every life some clouds must fall We would be glad now to see a cloud that would briIg rain that would fill our wells and water barrels Miss Kate Simpson is on the sick list All the bachelors and widow S ershad on there best looks last week also the boys were gal lant and politeas they should be The lunch at the church was all that a lunch should be and all together it was a profitable and enjoyable Y V 1IU Two hundred night riders burned the tobacco barn of Edward Johnson at Willow Ky Fifteen thousand pounds of to bacco was destroyed Mr Johnson was notified to pool his to bacco but failed to do so The J telephone lines to Brooksville I were cut- When y rf a girl wants ta take the rei1ishe knows what she is driv t 4 1rY ff tfIr L Womans Friend femaleailments havelittlereliefCardui women ingredients gives strength and tone to the whole sys- temTAKECARDUI The Womans Tonic J3 writesOarduiIwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to domyAT ALL DRUG STORES Sis Hopkins Saying BY ROSE MELVILLE A surgeon is naturally anesthe tic person When a man is surrounded by gold he is ina happy frame of mind When a woman meets a man after her own heart she naturally expects that he shoudnt be after somebody else When Fattening Turkeys It is a mistake to depend upon corn alone when fattening tur keys A variety is better Potatoes swedes mangolds boiled soft and mixed with a little oats barley meal buckwheat meal or common cornmeal con stitute good fattening foods The French fatten root artichokes o r potatoesI boiled and mixed with meal and give acorns chestnuts and wal nuts The latter they consider add a delicious flavor to the meatWhile being fattened turkeys should have plenty of ventila tion and fresh air inltheir coops and there should b e plenty of grit sand and lime rubbish tat aid digestion They should also have all the clean water they wilt drinkA American method of fattening is to give a morning mash of cornmeal barley meal or buckwheat meal mixed with skim milk a few sweet potatoes can be added At noon give cracked corn buckwheat or bar ley and at night give whole orr cracked corn with an occasional feed of buckwheatS It is best not to coop turkeys during fattening as they are apt to lose their appetites and be come sickly If fed all they will eat three inclinedIlySTurkeys intended for the later markets should not be so heavi ly fed as those intended for sale in a few weeksSThey should be killed at once when ready for the market as they will begin to lose flesh and prove unprofitably if kept over this timeM K Boyer XC3X8 XXXXXXXXxXXXXX re IWEEKLY t IiNIs a Naoional Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 10 a year but you can get the WEEKLY I- ANEiTHADAIR I- COUBIERJOURNAL I COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR I i t c I or 150- i In I if you will give or send your order to this- papernottO the Courier Journal J d 1 I tSunday t 00 iWe can give you a combination cut rate on Dally or Sunday if you Hyill wrjte r this paper J It 1lI r r S 1r 4 1 t w J al u IF J Ikrv f i 1f S 1 trtH k TEE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t v t l JOHNAHO BS Ni lGEEf4S13d G KgjltTU0Itit i I WIRE PENCE 1 1 Stoves Steel IRanges METAL ROOFING 1- t I CRUSADER ROOFIN- G7ATL 1 1 PAPER 1 DOGES WINDOWS CEMENT LIME BRICK WALL PLAS- TERPURNITUREj r 1 All Kind BUILDERS Hardware U L Gradyville hfrrii Grady and Elbert Nell 01 r GreensburgfjjVAfp3 W Mf Wilmore spent a da qr so in Columbia Jasjb week v ffl KM Staples of Columbia spentvafew days with his friends i mt our town last week M G T Flowers has cut the second crop of tobacco off the same ground this season 11in farmers put iithisweek a w the rain mowing wheat and grass Hillllspent last Friday in Greensburg Mr Jacob Nelson of Greens burg was here last Friday Dr J H Grady was in the Mjlltown community last Friday jandSaturday i Y Mr JohLowe the popular s wasjiereVI firstTCIofthe week o Barnes Goff and J3 V Grisspm j gf Columbia passed through here i tFje first of the week en route home cltd Jp Jur amot camp Dellsyille was here the first of the week and bought four head arJ of cattle from J D Walker for 2000 each and twelve from W M Wilmore for 3200 each Mrs R L Caldwell and Miss f Anti Dohoney of Milltown vis ited Mrs C 0 Moss one day last week I MrJ and Mrs W C Hindman of Milltown spent last Saturday pightand Sunday with Mr and Mrs L C Hindman of our city tMrJ B Yates who left us a few months ago for the State of Indiana where he was treated for rheumatism has returned home sound andwell Mr Yates says his advice to people who ar afflicted with that disease is to go at once and be treated f Mrs W T Grissom of Bliss was calling on our millinery peor jle last Friday James Grilpin of Sparksville sol I J A Diddle a nIce bunch of cattle last week at 12i and 3J cents per pound Awhile our efficient school teac er Prof Charlie Young ha ieeft at home with a spell of fever for the past ten days Mr Luther Young has filled his place in every capacity and is giyinthe 1 pupils and patrons general satis fotion 1 r entbi ithat we s ijiv NIltJo n r r i have had has put our farmer to gathering corn and to their surprise the corn is a great deal better than was expected We take it that we will lave plenty someII any Corn is selling on t this market at this time for 300 per barrel Mr Walker Bryant of Columbia spent one pay in Qur midst last week Br Becks Store g u Health in this neighborhoods not very good at present sever al cases of scarlet fever with the children Little Miss Edith Cooper is very sick at this writing with scarlet fever Mr Finas Thurman of near Breeding is very sick at present We hvehad averY good ain which was needed very much it being the first rain for several weeks r School at this place is progress ing nicely under the manage ment of Miss Annie Alexander Conference is a thing of the pastandevery one is glad to know Rev D T Tarter is pas tor of Renox workagain Mr and Mrs John Alb rtson of Waterview Ky were visiting their daughter Mrs Mary Dish man of this place last week Elizabeth Lloyd was visiting friends at Russell Springs Ta last week She reported a fine time Mrs Minnie Winfrey Maude Irvin and Pearl Bryant visited their parents Mr and Mrs J F Lloyd last week Mr J P Lloyd happened toa weeke He was hauling wood and the wagon struck a log and threw him off the wheel rat over his breast bone and one rib We hope he will soon be up again Mrs Jim Cheatham of Renox left Monday morning for Indiana to visit her mother Mr Elihue Sparks of Joppa hessrs thsIs week f 1b Ill j 1 theRussellmaking the same grapeo1 flour and will exchange thsinie grade of flour at both places for wheat They are thirhetflourfprjiak at Jill timiii 484ti L 3r Program The Adair county Cooperation meeting which will convene at the Roley church on CaseyCreek on Friday night before the fifth Sunday hlOct 1909 at 730 oclock Devotional Services The needs of the field F J Barger Leslie Bottom Obeying the Heavenly visio W G Montgomery J R Wood rumAppointment of committees SATURDAY MORNING SESSION 920 Devotional services From Bush Run to Pittsburg William Stanley The Lords treasury ZX Williams M R Gabbert The fruits of a century of Mis sions H W Elliott J q Montgomery AFTER NOON SESSION 130 Devotional services Reports of the Churches SimPosiumJAs the teaching service of the church W G Montgomery f As an element of the Restora tion Win Stanley The organized teacher training work Z T Williams Organized Adult Bible class work W H Pinkerton i SATURDAY NIGHT SESSION 730j Devotional services r The place of the Lords Supper in Christian worship Wm May Eyj Barger rJ r fr0 fJ The Bible teachingpnGhurcb discipline Efe YW Elliott Leslie Bottom oi SUNDAY MORNING 930 Devotional services iottI W Stanley r There will be dinner on th ground ptt Saturday it ds re questep that all the churghes n the county send reports and if possible send deleg atesIP I 1Z T Wi lliamsC ommilcee r Spa rksVili Ik rirw Uv t Vv1 Mrs W R Janes is quite sicki at this writing v Born to tHe wife of Bill Firkinf Oct 9th a son J R Sullans andwife visited relatives at Basil last week Mrs Cetta Nell of Grady ville 4 visited her daughter Mrs Lillie Akin last week There are several cases of chickenpox in this community stS H My er and Ollie Jones of Three Springs Hart county are visiting relatives and friends at this place v groceryIThursday CvC Roe and daughter z Gowen and wife and Miss Eth Moore are spending a few days in Louisville v Curt Yarberry sold half of his farm to Mr Floyd Coomer for 1200 V Hermori Yarberry and wife visited at 0 W Breeding Sat urday arid Sunday c Eller Mr M E Tarter of Decatur was here last Monday wihfe returned from a trip to Tennes see Thuksd aY Mr A FFoley wasran Jamee town Candaly f Mr JIrnard tc biildin g il2iiLi r f fHt SSr t ifiv a new residence at this place Mr L E McKinley of Russell Springs was here last Tuesday uying produce Mr Virgil Taylor 18 Years old son of Mr Joshua Taylor of Brady was killed last Sunday by being thrown from a horse We extend sympathy tothe bereaved parents of the boy Ononat Concord last Sunday Mrs Victoria and Miss Lura Flanagan of Concord visitedS here Tuesday Weed The people in this section are turning ground preparatory for sowing wheat The singing at Big creek conducted Bro C L Keltner closed last Sunday night and was en joyed by all compIItonwho pton parents at cottsville- for the past week returned I home Tuesday v Mr and Mrs J L Moore are visiting their daughter Mrs J A Keen this week SalIHnity were happiiy married Thurs day in the presence y f a few rel atives and friends Rev J W Sexton officiating v i Mr George Cale made abusi nes trip to dmontonThursday Clarencehp e are vi relatives andfriends in this section this week Mr Peter Comption and broth er of Basil community will leave for Texas in a few day to visit their brothers buildingeanother room Jx his dwelling which adds greatly Ito theapj ear ance7 Tiher retracted meeting will not commence Saturday at this place on accoutjof Brother WaJbert being engaged in a meet ing but he contemplates com t mencing a creektthe 5jbh Sunday GlensforK f I am glad to report that ty K1 phoid fever in this section has about played out Guy Kelson sold his place to Geo Gilford ior325and will move to Illinois in a short time Dudley Bros sold A Hunn four head of cattle for 119 John S Helm and wife are vis iting relatives and friends at Lebanon this week Z T Taylor wife and son Frank C A Walker and grand Marshall Oadus Willsonand Helm are in Ieldaughter who resides in that city and Messrs Marshall and Walker are attending the Mason ic Grand Lodge Mrs Theressa Dudley who rey sided with her sister Mrs Mary Dudley died on the 15th Inst She was 76 years of age and had been afflicted for several years with rheumatism 1 and dropsy Her husband died about 14J years ago She had no children We still have some diphtheria in this part of the county A little daughter of B S Miller of Crocus and a little son of Geo E Powell near Joppa are afflicted rith the above named JDldY The people of this ticiiiifer are- t o fZ1 ij T Woodson Lewis Greensburg e s Kentucky r IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EAIt Studebaker I Birdsell nilburn ==WagonfrA car load of Oliver Chilled Plow A car load of x Disc Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters aMdI One= Horse Corn Drills ft I Will have the greatest and f finest display fir i rof Buggiesand other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring tradeiLIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE j Will deliver aiiy ikitiid f Farmt f Implements at any stationritJ J on the L Nl R R WoodsonLewisThe Mail orders promply attended to I r 1l The Louisville Trust Southwest Corner W0111 panY Fifth and Market V LOlJISVILLE t Organized under a special chatter for the safe keeping valuablesof ievery kind and description and the transaction of a general teua lu3 f ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill everypsi ion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fah par- ttial and profitable management is guaranteed by laige assets itS corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great nancial strength s U iiIiiiii 4 Z- J 7 rCO S L He BLINDS Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material Stair Work ijlf Interior Finish lifen ititStreetLl i iiINCORPORATED LI B KY ljglad to have Rev Jag F Black return to us as pastor of the M E church south this year preaches at this place on the first Sunday inreach month Rev F J Bar a ll preach V at tne Christian church on the first Sunday in each month this Evrie Ipudley iwld of mules to Y Rroir ioc iQt- XSr+ ar s f J Li Z Z 0 t li Notice wrIjolhngpJGlenvillvotingdistrict election held forth of ascer saiddistrictspeciesthereofThie elmtip ill lieDeiIa tr no oftof and c W Rt day of r Wa l 1tf0 i iIi