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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w 7wI I 1 y iy c qjE lr r I s If I r J tyi uunt Nt j+ VOLUMEXIl COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1909 j NUMBER 51 The Duty of The Hour T At the Presbyterian Church on Sun day morning Oct 17th Rev J R Crawford pastor did a little vigorous talking to the voters of his congrega tion It was a timely plea for righteousness in politics The speaker made a clear distinction t between politics and party policies holding that as a rule the minister would do well to abstain from taking an active part in party politics How ever when politicians elect to discuss questions that contain moral issues the pulpit must not be gagged or muzzled Certainly it has a prior right to be heard on every question affecting righteousness character and morality de clared the speaker Mr Crawfords text was from Matt 2221 Render unto Ceasar the tilings which are Ceasars and unto God the things which are Gods And he said inpart as follows Christs mission was to put the tem poral and spiritual Kingdoms in their proper places and right proportions In doing this He joins forever the two Kingdoms by his divine sanction It is God and Ceasar not God or Ceasar Too many Christian men believe that God and business God and pleasure and God and politics must be divorced It is all sumed up in the popular maxim Religion is religion business is busi ness politics are politicsthey will not mix any more than oil and water One is regarded as purely secular and the other as purely religious What are politics The principles by which na tions should be goverened and regu lat d only a branch of ethics or the jiapplication of the principles of morality and religion True patriotism and piety are twin flowers growing on the one stem whose root is in obedience to- E and Jove for God and man Then Christ iaivmen should go to the primary or po litiq convention and to the polls as regularly and as religiously as they would go to church Squarely face the fact that 1ad government vitiates the morals destroys physical intellectual andreligious liberties which God in tended all to enjoy then resolve that intelligentlyVTheJtrue citizen will stand for a pure social and home life as the fountian of personal purity for the stream of pub I1lic adminstration In our county cities state the righteous loving citizen should have open eyes searchout and then a clarion voice tof brand the 1 bribe takers grafters and all who steal from the public purse How of ten public offices are made the places for private pilfering instead of public trusts Honesty demands that whether the office seeks the man or the man the office no man ought to ask for or r expect the votes of the people the sec ond time who has not cleanly adminis tered a first term If he does the good citizen must have independent manhood enough to say You can not have my vote or my influence No man ought to be pit forward or voted for whose record for honesty in money affairs or whose integrity of word or oath is in the least tarnished or who even has tke remote suspicion of having thesup 344port or backing of the liquor power We have good clean men of sterling worth in every community who stand ready to fill the public offices when po litical methods are purged of their wickedness The Boss must be sup plnteJ by the patriotic citizenwho works not for boodle or spoils but for good social order and civic virtue The enemies of good government even during the hours of this Holy Day are busy fixing the approaching leg islature of Kentucky They are confidently expecting to see the flag of state wide prphibitiOn sentiment lower ed by the esults of the coming election Every Gc fearing truthloving right eous citizen of the state should be at the polls and check maet this dastardly purpose of the whisKey power See to it Omen 0 voters that 3 ou are not made dupes to wckedly designed party V4 measures that would coerce you into such a criminal ue of your vote and in fluence You are confronting local elections which to you your county your homes your business and your citys morals mean far more than who is President or U S Senator You need to heed the injunction Behave as citizens worthily of theG spel of Christ If ward heelers saloon nominees dem f js and corrupt partisans are ask 5 SIingoffiee at your h nd YOUr course of must be clear To elect such t men would be no terror to evil doers aada praise to them that do well A Christian citizen has no right to vote for such then for fficeTo do so w a direct attempt to make the very porpoises of Gods government to miscarry Nothing ieein clearer than ifca Christian citizens should pres the pi ndpU and power of our holy relir jjbii inth v arinat of political life t i S jfeaWwrm coDCili tobemav 6f into the Ovrtkocwtf and if W t W ASV Ir Vl k IrL M d Senate chamber into legislature and governors offices into Congress and the White House until the law of Jesus Christ the law of love duty and ser vice bothto God and Ceasar to church and state shall be the law of every Christian and every citizen From this high ideal no Christian man can retreat Do you say that this theory of government is too good for this world Not at all It is just the one that God has r vealed to us and wants us to put into practice here and now To do this may compel us to leave our old party to close our ears to the crack of the party whip to shut our eyes to the crimson folds of the bloody shirtor to cease having nrv fancy tickled by the stock lies of the campaigner and shouting demagogue but what of that If thy right eye offend thee pluck it out It is time for you to stand now and evermore for the suppression of the moral corruption which is making sick both head and heart of our entire social life Is your moral muscle to count for arything in behalf of God and Ceasar in the Commonwealth and in Adair countyof this we shall soon seeThere were more people in Jamestown the first day of circuit court now in session than any term for many years in the past It was a very order ly crowd and a great deal of business was transacted by the merchants and by men in other avocations Judge Ba ker organized the court in the forenoon and the remainder of the day was taken up by candidates who presented their claims to the dear people It is uncertain as to who will be elected in Russell county next Tuesday though the Re publicans have a considerable majority All the candidates and their friends were active and both sides are claiming the election The tale will be told next Tuesday and doubtless there will many disappointed aspirants There is some improvement going on in Jamestown Several new residences are going up on Columbia street and the same street is being piked to the forks of the road The pike to ft erivi er has been completed making a nice drive to the boat landing The river is very low too low for gasoline boats It is a matter of pride and pleasure that we mention the fact that Dr J E Grant Dentist who spent several months in Columbia in the practice of his profession making many friends while here has endeared himself and professional skill to the Isthmus Ca nal Commission and gets a substantial advaifcein his salary Dr Grant left Columbia in 1907 to accept the position of Dentist for the Canal Commission on a salary of five thousand dollars per year We had heard that he had in tended returning to this country to locate but his advance in salary and a furtherextentionof his time does not indicate his return At any rate heres our good will and wishes and an open door at any time he may choose to re turn Mr A M Hemphill Barbourville an organizer of Farmers Institutes First district was in Columbia several days of last week There will be a meeting at Gradyville on the 1st and 2nd of December to which all farmers are re quested to be present See bills call ing this meeting Russell Springs continues to improve This town commenced growing a few years ago and at this time it has a population of four or five hundred peo plefA number of building lots were recently purchased and several new residences are being erected The Odd Fellows will also erect a large hall on a lot near the Russell Springs Hotel S R Elliott and Wiley Bowling of Cumberladd county passed through here last Wednesday mornjng with ninetyone hogs enroute for the Louisville market They paid 1420 for the bunch L BCain Sold Owen Hardesty 8 steers fbr 365 per hundred To B E Rowe 12 head for 335 To J P Do honey 7 head for 335 To J A Diddle 12 head for 4410 LOSTA large red steer with whiteface in the woods on Long View near town Would ape iate any informa tion regarding it J A Young 512t Bakerfoh Ky The postmaster general has notified1 the postmasters throughout the country that on November 1st the registry fee will be increased from 8 cents to 10 cents The limit of the indemnity for first class registered mail will be raised 4Lo50in order to give the vqte 9Jtftcounty in next Tuesday electionswe Win not ndoitteour paper until We- dnsdsy The pot officap qajaicb of CbluiiiwJ will not rtctirjb the paper 4 untflHH idiy inakinji Jn on day latt F 1itf p r The Meeting At Christian Church Eld W H Pinkerton of Ghent Ky arrived in Columbia last Wednesday afternoon and at 730 p mEld Z T Williams pastor assisted by Mr Pink erton commenced a meeting at the Christian church One year ago Eld Pinkerton did the preaching in a meeting held here and the people generally remember the great interest manifested at that time and the success which crowned his efforts There are but fey stronger preachers and we predict that the present meeting will result in much good Large congregations are attending the night services and the revival will continue for two weeks A cordial invitation is extended to everybody living convenient to tht church Mrs B E Rowe is the organist- Death of an Old Citizen Last Wednesday the 20th inst Mr Isaac Ingram who lived near Mt Gilead in Green county just over the Adair line passed over the river of death He was eightyone years old and was known to a great many people in Green and Adair counties He was closely related to the Ingram families of this place He was a good citizen and his death brought the deepest sor row to the neighborhood in which he so long resided The funeral services were held Thursday many relatives and friends being present The Louisville tobacco market was brisk throughout last week There was more Burley than dark sold the form er bringing from 9 00 to 1800 per hun dred All the dark that was sold brought good prices The election will soon be here next Tuesday It has been the most quietly managed campaign to the present by both political parties ever known in this county There has been no exciti ment but we believe that a large vote will be polled Next Wednesday we will give the names of thewinners and the full vote of the county Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued from the Adair county clerks office during this month Vesue Nelson to Irene Coomer Oscar Barnett to Rosie Hammons Lawrence Young to Etha Lewis Thos L Munday to Sallie Sexton- E L McGahanto MV Hudson Jake Woolen tx Jennette E Thomp son W WMatney to Effie Garmonj Walter E Finn to Eula M Bell E L Sinclair to Laura Rosehbaum J B Willcut to Laura Campbell We understand that Mr J C Car ter who is a candidate for Circuit Judge in this district is thinking of be coming a citizen of Columbia some time next year Columbia is aboutthe center of the district and the circuit can be made from this place more conveniently than from any other point The above is street talk We have not heard an expression from Mr Carter The road from here to Jamestown via Russell Springs is in excellent con dition with the exception of about three miles between here and Ozark There are a number of chug holes along this piece of road and they could easily be filled if the overseer would put hands to work While the road is dry is the time to make improvements The only way to successfully fill chug holes is to fill them withrock Nect Monday will be county court It will be the last day before the elec tion and doubtless a very large Crowd will be in town Some of the candidates will speak at the courthouse Mrs Geo 0 Powells residence which was located near Shiloh Church about five miles from Columbia was consumed by fire last Thursday morn ing There was no person about the premises but two ladies and they only succeeded in saving a few arti les Thc loss is csnsiderable At this writing the origin of the fire has not been re ported About twenty year ago an other residence was burned on the same site Mr JosephBott m whosome years ago was known to nearly every body about Columbia died at his home near Knifley ast week He was about eighty years old and until a few years ago he was a Tery active mah He leaves several children Eld Leslie Bottom being one of his sons The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist4 Church announce that they will give a bazaki at their church building q 1flflChriStflasweekThere an inUrurban roadirom here to QreeDgburg Goy J R HrndmanaiMLJi M rttJftfor GrMfliburf laat Miay iiiljiaodn i i 1 to present the matter to people of Green county A construction company of Indianapolis Indwill make a sur vey of the route in a short time There payingIed The Citizens Ticket Several weeks ago a meeting was held in jthe courthouse and a ticket named for a board for the town ofjcolurabia The following ticket was to be voted for at the electioniwhich willbe held next Tuesday I A H Ballard Jamestown Street J F Patteson Greensburg Street J B Offey Campbellsville Street W TtMcFarland Burkesville Street Town at Large The tickets device will be a pick and shovel Every voter in the corporate limits should take interest and see that a good board is elected At the session of the Masonic Grand Lodge held in Louisville last week the report of a special committee assessing twentyfive cents per capita on all Masons of the State for the support of the old Masons Home was adopted I have purchased the stock of groceries harness hardware and saddlery lately owned by J W Jackman and will continue the business at the same stand If you are in need of fresh groceries or anything in my line call and see me 512t CR Hutchison The concrete steps approaching the enterance to the Presbyterian Church have ben completed The interior of the building has also been repainted a decided improvement Married 1 Mr J B Wiljcut who lives in Missouri reached Columbia last Tuesday andon Thursday marriage licenses were issued to him and Miss Laura- Campbell who lives on Harrodsfork and they were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Mr Willcut is an ex FederaTsoldier and was a citizen of Adair county when he entered the army He has been living in Missouri for a number of years and to that State he will return with his bride in a few days u Sentiment on Temperance rr7S pr The folldw report was adopted by the annual Conference of the United Breth ren Church V f We rejoice that the sentiment for temperance is sweeping qver our coup try like a great tidal wave and we pray that it may continue IIi its mighty on ward rush until the deamon of Alcoholism is utterly destroyed and cast into oblivion and to assist in bringing about this happy condition we as a Conference pledge ourselves to do all in our power to help develop this sentiment in the minds and hearts of our children we further pledge our hearty support and aid in the enforcement of such laws that will restrict or prohibit the making of alcoholic be erage We further pledge ourselves as a conference to sup port for public office none but sober discreet temperance men Therefore be itv Resolved That this Conference of United Brethern in Christ denounce the recent act of the Commercial Club and Board of Trade of Louisville Ky in inviting the liquor dealers and beer slingers of Tennessee to seek refuge in our State from the laws of their own State which prohibt the sale of liquorI This is the sentiment of a mai jority of the best people of Kentucky J F Turner Secretary Rev H L Thompson will preach at Zion the first Sunday in November r Alta Hill will conduct the song service The Standard Hardwood Lumber Company has bought of Jas T Page 500 acres of timbered land lying in the Fairplay country and known as the Okla homa land Price prvate Mr J C Strange who is a good joo printer is now employed in the News office Mr Strange has had long experience in this line of work turning out many neat and tasty jobs He en ters upon his duties here feeling that he can give perfect satisfaction Mr J WWalker has purchased of Mr J W Hurt the farm upon which the latter resides lying near Columbia for 4000 It is a good farm in high sate of cultivation A pony and double harness for sale The jjony driv single and double i Apply to Hugh Noe j Columbia Ky coi ofwood anted atthe i4ndywiIIz 7 4C Kf j i d An Open tetter to Voters of the 16th Sen atorial District While it is not within the province of the Christian minister to defend or oppose any political party measure as such nevertheless is he commissioned to teach truth and righteousness without reference to parties and to endeavor to win men of all political faiths to pure moral and upright living He speaks and labors in the political field solely to secure righteous laws and good order and fair dealing His plea is for a purer home life and for cleaner politics The preacher including all denominations holds to a few things as fundamentals Among these fundamentals and held with great unanimity thelconviction that the drink curse is the greatest blight of the age It is the deadly enemy of the race It is the chief obstacle to moral progress and the progress of the Gospel of Christ The interests of society demand the overthrow of the rum power The saloon has become a political institution It cares nothing for the name of the party only so it gets there The whisky traffic by its insolence its arrogance and its persistent lawlessness has forced tile issue upon the people and now the people must meet it By its conduct it proclaims that it would rather die than to obey the law Indeed it has left but one course for selfrespecting and law respecting people The interests of church the state society business and manhood all demand that the rum traffic must go And all of these should com bine to give the infamous business its death blow Now the people make the saloon It exists by their votes The legislators elected in Kentucky next Tuesday will say whether or not temperance laws are to be enacted and en forced The undersigned solely in the interest of temperance would earnestly plead that interested voters be not deceived or blinded by party prejudice in their support of favorite candidates Agitation has reached that stage where a man must openly espouse the cause of statewideprohibition or be accounted as afriend to the enemies of temperance legislation Every intelligent voter should know has a right to know where the man stands on so vital a question who asks for his vote When a man has been in office it is but fair that he should be judged by his record Our former State Senator n6w standing for reelection on the Republican ticket persistently recorded his vote against the county unite bill at each of its several readings during the sitting of the last Legislature This was the chief temper ance measure before that body and will probably reappear for passage before the approaching session Hence to return Senator Nell to office would mean to strengthen the power of the whisky organization in the State Having declar ed that his vote and influence can not be relied upon to crush out the rum traffic the duty of the hour is plain to every good citizen No man who would thwart the further despotism of the whisky power in Kentucky could seriously vote for Mr Nell s return to Frankfort His only opponent in the race promises un qualifiedly to support the county unit bill or any other wise measure looking toward statewide prohibition Thus it is in the interest of the cause of tem perance that we submit dear voters this one fact for your consideration and kindly urge such action on your part as would naturally grow out of conviction and a profound sense of ones moral obligation to his home and commonwealth Yours Faithfully W B Cave Baptist p Z T Williams Christian JR Crawford Presbyterian H S Turner Presbyterian J T Lloyd Presbyterian B M Currie Methodist rJ F Turner U B In Christ bvR Dean U B in C hi t S1 T L Hulse Presiding Elder t 1 v Family Reunion Mr B B Cravens of Lineville Iowa whp left Adair county fiftytwo years ago is back on a visit It is his second visitduring that long period having been here eight years ago Mrs Eliza beth Hancock Mrs Ann Garnett Mrs Malinda Montgomery Mrs W E Hancock and Mrs Fannie Pierce J1r1 his sisters They are all in goodjhealth and the Combined ages of the five sis ters and that of Mr Cravens make 438 Last Thursday they all met at the home of Mrs WE Hancock and en joyed a delightful dinner and talked over events of their childhood days M P Esters Vice President of the City Savings Bank of Nashville Tenn which failed to open its doors last Saturday morning has been arrested The arrest was made on a warrant charging that Estes had accepted a deposit after he knew the bank was insolvent W T Ottley of Burkesville Ky is the prosecutor Mr Ottleys late home was Campbellsville Ky MissLcnora Lowe has united with the Christian Church and was baptized las Sunday afternoon Eld W K Azbill is now at Cookville Tenn and is making an effort to es tablish a State University in that city The State of Tennessee has agreed to appropriate one hundred thousand dol lars for that purpose as we are inform edand Cookville the sum of sixty- thousand dollars Mr Azbill writes en couraging letters to his brotherinlaw Mr James T Page of this place J IDeath oj Mr J M Traylor Last Monday morning the subject of this notice died very suddenly jit his home near Breeding He was a ardent member of the Methodist Church a good neighbor and one of the best citizens of Adair county He was the father of Mr Melvih Traylor and a brotherinlaw of Mr J A English oif this place He was about sixtyfive byIJ complained of stomach trouble for abOut tendayst Rev I M Grimiley I candidate on an Iindependant ticket for County Survey rtof Adair county afka the ToOiri who rae aclean moral life to Tote for l him regwdl w of politic i t h r Successful Session flr- A t The Transylvania presbytery closed its semiannual meeting on Monday night irithe 10calPresby erian church There were present about thirtyfiveJ delegates and visitors and the interest was good throughout the session Muck lousiness was transacted and the pqpit lar hours were taken up with prepared addresses The Sunday sermons were of a high order and the attendance tax ed the capacity of the church to its limit The Rev H S Murdock was Mcliowelipart of the work was done through efficiency of previously appointed con mittees Thesereports reveal a healthy condition of the work throughout the presbytery Theinext meeting of the presbytery is to be held at Harrods burg Mr Owen Pelly has affliction of tke jawbone He left for Louisville tile first of the week tosu6mit to aa operation Will Serve Five Years Judge Charles McConnagby whe was indicted in the United States Court at Covengton on eleven counts changing him with false entries and elR bezzlement while cashier of a Monti cello bank has been convicted He entered a plea of guilty to three of the courts and the Judge sentenced him t five years on each court but all three sentences are to be served at the same time the entire sentence aggregating five yearsSMules and Horses Wanted Will be at Columbia Kyf Monday November 1 1909 to buy horses and mules M lesto be 12 to 16 hands high from 4 to 8 years old and sound Horses to be from 4 to 8 years old sound and iifa good flesh Henry Altsheler t Speaking MF Sharp State organizer for tile American Society of Efuity will air dress the people of Adair county in regard to pooling their tobacco as follows 4it Sradyyille Wednesday 27 lpnu Weed atnight wednesday 27 7 p L i Nell Thursday Iprn j SparksTille at nightTkurayIp EUoy Friday lpmv vr f- lpjik i i i ii rt r3 T J l s y 2 i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS In Memoriam LzMrs Myra Moore wife of W- ilL liam Moore of Cane Valley Ky departed this life Sept 2nd 1909 yearspill1maiden name was Butler the daughter of Champ Butler one I o f the pioneer settlers of this country There were eight i T brothers and three sisters of this family of whom there are four L brothers and two sisters who sur vive her I The Butler family is one of the IIoldest and best families in the county They were reared in the Mt Pleasant neighborhood and i with one or two exceptions they have always lived in that com Illinunity The most of the family and live in touch with each other They are all prosperous and are good citizens L and good neighbors and are es pecially kind to each other They are staunch Democrats and with one exception all belong to the Christian that belong to any church Mrs Moore being the Ll oldest sister of the family She was first married to Mr Sharp of this county and to this union one daughter was born I who married William Smith of this county To this union eight children were born o f whom seven are living two sons and live daughters There are 27 great grandchildren living and all living in the Cane Valley neighborhood Mrs Moore surrendered her young life to her savior when she was seventeen years old at L Mt Pleasant Church under the preaching of old Father J D Steel as he was familliarly known r The letter that appeared in last weeks News from fatherinlawIwas written to her L Job Sharp She lived a consistant Christian life to the end and died in the triumphs of a living faith She told her friends she was ready to go at any time regreting only the leaving her husband lonely in his declining years She was a noble Christian woman of a IJ cheerful disposition and faithful iiiir in all the relations of life May the Lord bless the lonely hus band in his last days and keep him faithful to the endII JThe funeral services were con ducted at Cane Valley by the writer assisted by Bro Rood and the body was laid to rest in the Smith cemetery near Willis Hutchisons Z T W i j j1 Col E W Lillard Etc i Well Well Col E W jillard who went to the Legis 7 lature from Boyle county under I a pledge to vote for J C W Beckham for the U S Senate and who seeing a light voted r for W 0 Bradley the Republican nominee has been fined 3 300 in the Boyle Circuit Court for the illegal sale of whiskey He ran a drug store and he paid I three hundred dollars of the fines and agreed to never reopen his i store There are some tragic incidents connected with this mant career The Courier inallauded him and the can I iiii didate for whom he voted for oX his betrayal of the party a 1 t though it claims to be a Demo- craticI newspaper The Post i claiming r tobe a Republican c newspaper condemned him as srell as the candidate he voted i Jfor Now Senator Bradley is line with the Post in Louist H 4 1I1 T ville and is thereby a destin guished party leader while the CourierJournal is abusing Brad ley as a man unworthy of credence Verily there is a class of people who cannot tell with whom they will sleep two nights in succession and they care very little so long as they get the pricePineville Sun Army Officers WashingtonThere are now living 575 officers of the regular army who served in the Civil War otherwise than as cadets at the Military Academy prior to April 9 1865 Of these only ten are now on the active list and the remainder are on the retired list Those on the re tired list are five lieutenant generals twentysix major gen erals 243 brigadier generals fortythree colonels 126 majors fortyone captains seven first lieutenants and sixteen chap lains The oldest veteran officer is Brig Gen Daniel H Rucker Brevet Major General former ly Quartermaster General while the youngest is Col John L Clem who is 58- Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY tAllenY 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 I shall 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 mf or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit ofI six months the following described property towit A tract of land located in Adair coun ty containing 39 acres 3 rods 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 hence S 60 poles to a stone near some beech stumps in C B Taylor line and corner to Holladay thence W 105 poles to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bondbearing legal inter est from theday of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment H T Baker Master Commissioner The Home il A few shreds of candied orange peel will give a delicious flavor to a bread pudding Always use lard to grease your cake pans as the salt in the but ter causes it to stick to the pans It is better to wipe over meat with a wet cloth than to immerse it in water or let water run over it A sponging with a solution of one part ammonia to ten parts of water is said to brighten the color of a fadedcarpet Dont light the kitchen fire unless there is water in the boiler If not the rush of cold water is liable to crack the boiler If you want to keep sour des serts on the top of the ice place a newspaper over the ice and your dishes never slip off or tip over Select a dozen or so of the smoothest and largest splints from the new broom and lay them away to use in testing cake when it is baking Dont fill an oil or any other kind of stove or lamp when it is lighted This seems superfluous advice but with the coming of coot weather anno be tOO often repeat d ji i 1 ti V vV Mi j Pert pithiness President Taft reached a high er degree of personal popularity in the Southern States than was attained by Roosevelt- A woman never gets past middle age This was so even in the Middle Age A New York woman has discovered that she has married a bogus count Well that may not be so bad If he is any different at all he is obliged to be an improvement on the others Teddy Jr is going aballoon ing Wonder if he will furnish his own gas- Diamonds and abbages are both advancing rapidly in price Thus the Ultimate Consumer from the highest to the humblest is pinchedThe t special session of Congress cost the country a half million so ithas been figured But thats only a small part of what the public will have to pay Senatorial aspirants in Texas are doubtless breathing easier since it has been demonstrated that Mr Bryan will hold his resi dence in Nebreska 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 Sof said county known as the Glenville voting district a poll will be opened and 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 eltction will be held and this no tice is gi en by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a term of said court held on the 24th day of Angust 1909 W B Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Ky A Faithful Porter The major dropped into his club in London one night with three pieces of courtplaster on his nose and an eye in half mourning and was vainly impor tuned to divulge the cause He declined all confidences but one fiend to whom in a weak mo ment he related the circum stances under which he had re ceived his Scars told all about it after the majors departure- It appears that he was stop ping at an outoftown hotel where a crawny farmers son had been engaged with no ex perience in hotel work but with a frame capable of caring for his masters property during the small hours and with a profound sense of duty as well The weather was cold and the major asked the landlord to have a fire made in his room at 630 1the next morning As is customary a slate was hung in the highway containing directions for the night porter regarding the time guests were to be called to catch early trains etc so the landlord wrote upon the slate Fire 40 at 630 Next morning the major was awakened by a loud knock at his door He shouted Come in for it was 630 and the porter entered Youre to git out he said briefly What do you mean asked the major testily Ill show you phwatlmane remarked Pat if you dont git mighty quick Ive orders to fire you out at 630 and out ye go What kind of a fool are you any way shouted the major sitting up in bed I am all kinds responded the porter but 1 obey orders j i 5kf tr iw IJn tt t just the same and out you go Suiting the action to his words he grabbed the major Jby the neck and hauled him out into the middle of the room Now driss yourself said Pat and driss quick or Olll throw you opt as ye are The major began to storm and used language not to be repeated whereupon the exaspearated and honest porter sprang upon his victim and shot him into the hall like a bundle of rags The ma jors clothes traveling bag rugs etc followedNow Pat if ye dont driss in foive minutes out ye go in the strate as ye were born And out the major would have gone but the landlord disturbed by the noise came and rescued him from his formidable perse cutor And that was the result of Pats interpretation of Fire 40 to 630 Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY PlfflLBy 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 kerein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Kentucky to the highest bid der at Public Auction on Monday the 1 day of November 1909 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day upon a cradit 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 complete discription reference is made to the Judgment recorded in order Book No 12 page 53 For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal inter est from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to com ply promptly with these terms H T Baker Master Commissioner How To Cure Insomnia The first thing for a person in dined to insomnia to do is to stop worryingThe obstacle to sleep is to worry that you are not go sleep the more you move the god slumber the more shy he be comesNext be careful about what you eat The stomach is a pow erful factor in sleep and will keep one awake if it is too emp ty or if it is too full Sugar candy and chocolate have a ten dency to keep one awake and sweet deserts should be avoided at night as well as coffee tea and greasy foods whether an empty or a partially full stomach is better depends on the individ ual and is determined by experimentation in each case One of the best ways to draw the blood from the brain is to take a moderately swift walk be fore retiring and if there is still difficulty in getting to sleep a tepid bath and a gentle rub will draw the blood from the brain to the surface of the body Persons surceptible to sound sleep who awake easily may find it wise when sleeping in a noisy neigh borhood to stuff medicated cot ton in the ears which will keep out noises and insure undisturbed slumber Get into the dont caremood Get into bed indifferent whether you are going to sleep or not and you will find generally as a result that sleep will reward you Boston Traveller + i 1 f d IThings Worth Knowing l India produces about 7000000 tons of coal yearly Australia has more unexplored area in proportion to the population than any other country The microbes in city air are fourteen times more than in country air There are nearly 150 languages derived from nearly twenty linguistic sources spoken in India After working for Heathcoat Co lace manufacturers of Tiv rton England for seventy one years William Huxtable has just retired The water that pours over the falls of Niagra is wearing the rock away at the rate of five yards in four year Mr S F Edge two year ago at Brookland accomplish the un precedented feat of covering 1581 miles in 1440 minutes in a motor car Morning milk is best for ba biesfresher and fewer germs than the previous nights milk but slightly weaker in cream Yokohomas foreign popula tion at the end of 1903 was 6409 including 3789 Chinese 1221 Brithish 547 Americans 291 Germans and 160 French In every mile of railway there is seven feet four jnches not covered by the railsthe space left for expansion In sympathy with the world wide decline of business the traffic of the Suez Canal fell to 3795 vessels last year a decline of 72 as compared with the pre vious year King Alfonso of Spain has a unique museum consisting of a collection of articles by which his life h a s been endangered Among them is to be found the skin of a horse which was killed by a bomb flung at his Majesty Olive trees live 4000 years Some trees on Mount Olivet are 3000 years old The largest olive ranch in the world is in Los An geles Cal ten times bigger than any in Spain Olive groves in California were planted by Spanish fathers several hundred years age To The Voters of Adair County I am a candidate for the office of as sessor subject to the action of the le gal voters of Adair county I was defeated in the Republican primary by Mr J M Wolford by means and meth ods 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 I liv ed within the requirements of the committee and would not have further presented my claims had I been defeated by upright and honest methods Since my opponent failed to keep his agree ment I feel released from my obligation and feel it my duty and privilege to appose Mr Wolford- I am a Republicanbut 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 they are as true as any men but not willing to see the party dragged into the mire of po litical corruption I expect to canvass the county and see as many of the voters as possible before the election If elected 1 will perform the duties of the office fair and impartially Respectfully 493t W J Bottom Get Rich Quick This country had two campaigns in which the money stand ard was the issue The question that was whether it should be gold or silver but just now the country is interested Jin anoth er phase of money standard It is whether the dollar should be cQuntryI i r i Men are seeking to get rich fast In the struggle that is going on for fortune under the mistaken idea that it will bring happiness everything else is sacrificed to the craze Thousands have dol lars so close to their eyes that they cannot see any thing be yond the rim It is a low stand ard that debases rather than el evates mankind Truly it can be said of the age that the love of money is the root of all evil Men are not seeking it for noble purposes but to gratify selfish de sires They are not enriching the world by their living but like the leech they are blood suckers impoverishing others in the desire to have more than their neighbors As a result of the low standand religion morals literature and respect for the law are all suffering The countryr is prospering from a money stand point as it never prospered be fore but it is in consequence of this craze to get rich it is suffer ing in many things which are more valuable for the advance ment of humanity ACardi 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 ques tion I would tell those who asked me 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 1 can prove by as good men as there are in Adair county both Republicans and Democrats that J 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 not he was out of politics for all time to come If any person or persons doubt these statements l only aSkimto come to me and I can take them to as good men as this county affords and prove every word that I have stated Now I ask every reasonable 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 theticket that he claims to belong to or take up a man who pretends to belong to the Republican party and votes the prohi bition ticket Now believing that ev ery citizen who believes in equal rights to all and exclusive privileges to none will support me I remain Yours truly W J Bottom If It Were Only Heeded Here is a little sermon wef ntin one o f our exchanges this week It is so good that we pub lish itEvery time your neighbors closet is open dont stretch your neck to tell what you saw Do you ever stop to think that some day tragedy may take up its abobe in your home Cant you get it into your head that someday the tongue of slander may cut you like a poisoned swordand the whisper of neighbors be as vineager to vour woundsT Mis fortune and disgrace map have struck your neighbo but it does not become you to get upon the housetops and shout it out to the world You will have all you can do to answer for your own indiscretions Some day one near and dear to you may fallthe prison walls may open to a son or the scarlet letter of eternity blight a daughter When a home is mourning over a trag edy the best thing you can do is to keep your mouth shut unless you can say something that will come as a rift in the clouds Then again you know you may be no better tbanyoupneighbor The only is that they were caught and you up to date have kept the sunlight Be charitable to yourneigbQiMryou know not hour nor the i day when the light will tllYOurScr i tii f w f p L rI H t f t Irc THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r 3 ff ff Program f t fThe fifth Saturday and Sunday V Missionary and Sunday School jt Convention of the South Cum berland river Association will convene with the New Friendship Church four miles northeasty of Russell Springs Ky on Sat I rurday and Sunday October 30 and 31 1909 Saturday 10 am- Devotional exercises Moses Fo tfley L Organization11 Report of advisory board 5 c Introductory sermon B F trailsV NOON consequencesra M Deener J R Grider Compromise is Satans favorite a tactics please discuss it as such T M Grime S P Stapp The merits of our Baptist institutions J M Pierce W C Barrett Sunday 9 a m Our churches and Sunday schools are what we have made r them E Bryant J S Smith- Y A Breeding The leaders of this people olIlInsJ Sermon 11 a m Subject Jeal r ousy Chas F Breeding Discuss the spirit that should characterize the South Cumber ruE land river and the second north Concord Association toward each other Convention irLi 1MEJONESVETERINAR SU lliillliM n Q ta J XII Special attention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is heir to I am prlpared to keep and treat stock professionallya Co Phone Residence 96 COLUMBIA BIf3QHO 30HOHOBE38DHO f Weed v N iWiat sowing is in full blast hereMrs Alice Firquin is getting along nicely after a spell of sick nessr Charlie Gowen of sparksI yule and Miss Flora this place left Saturday for Rocky Hill where they will visII it for several weeks Mr John Yates is on the sick ii list Miss Millie Roach in compai ny with Mr Ota Moore were vis iting Miss Myrtie Sparks last Sunday Mr Chas Sparks was visiting his uncle Mr Jeff Rose Sun pay v Rev Bryant Wilson delivered L a very interesting sermon at Big Creek Sunday l Arthur and Clarence Sexton theirrColeIir f V Miss Zula Robinson was the guest of Miss Myrtie Sparks las J Sunday V r A Rev Walbert will preach at t i73ig Creek the 5th Sunday in this V iMrs Hallie Curry of Rugby was visiting her mother Mrsf JUice Firquin this week c i t F Mr Chess Bell is a candidate Everybody must vote for Mr BellMr Elbert Nell of Gradyville was visiting Mr John Rose Sun day Facts in Few Lines Allbeggars in Italy must be licensedttRhubarb is grown extensively in ChinaIThe Maoris of New Zeeland number 42000 Budapest is to have a new bacteriological institute Over threefourths of the people in England and Wales live in townsrich Laplander sometimes keeps as many as 5000 reindeer- in his service The Japanese are still busy reconstructing ships captured in the war with Russia Stockholm will be the scene of the next Olympic games which will be held there in 1912 There are over thirty periodi cals devoted to ghosts visions and the supernatural generally There are now in England and France several establishments where butterflies are bred IRussias prisons are construct 90000 prisoners Over 180000 are now lodged in them Argentina has 36000000 acres under cultivation three times the area cultivated thirteen years ago Twothir4s of the native population ofUganda has been wiped out by the sleeping sickness in seven years A little boy who fell into a lake at Budapest managed to- seize a swan which brought him to shallow water Bank Examiner Edward P Moxey says the great majority of bank employees in this coun try are absolutely honest Of all the European countries in only Austra and Great Britian is it the rule of the road for all travelers to keep to the leftI explosjions year one less than a year before but they cost 281 human lives It is estimated that the known supplyjof fertilizer in the shape ofnatuarl nitrates will be ex hausted by the worlds demands in less than twenty yearsI ICrews of British submarines are taught how to use a safety helmet and waterproof jacket de signed to save them in case the submarine on which they are en gaged is sunk The big trees of California are the oldest living things in the world Estimates made from cross sections of some of thoseI which have fallen show mature trees are more than 4000 years old- Almost all the towns in Siberia are having arc lights for streets use and incandescent lights for houses and the larger propor tion of the people in Siberia have never seen gas which they regard as an illuminant of a past age tThe beggars in Spain have formed a trust and have agreed to try to keep all of the two centime pieces out of circulation by holding them whenever they secure any The object of this combine is to make people give a larger coin i lav t J Hf Program The Adair county Cooperation meeting which will convene at the Roley church on Casey Creek on Friday night before the fifth Sunday in Oct 1909 at 730 oclock Devotional Services The needs of the field F J Barger Leslie Bottom Obeying the Heavenly vision W G Montgomery J R Wood rum Appointment of committees SATURDAY MORNING SESSION 920 Devotional services From Bush Run to Pittsburg William Stanley The Lords treasury Z T Wil liams M R Gabbert The fruits of a century of Mis sions H W Elliott J Q Mont gomeryAFTER NOON SESSION 130 Devotional services Reports of the Churchese Reports of the Evangelist The Bible school Simposium As the teaching service of the church W G Montgomeryj As an element of the Restora tion Wm Stanley The organized teacher training work Z T Williams Organized Adult Bible class work WH Pinkerton SATURDAY NIGHT SESSION 730 Devotional services The place of the Lords Supper in Christian worship Wm May F J Barger The Bible teaching on Church discipline H W Elliott Leslie BottomSUNDAY MORNING 930 Devotional services Sermon by H W Elliott The Lordship of Jesus by W StanleyThere will be dinner on the ground von Saturday It is re quested that all the churches in the county send reports and if- possible send delegates fife I Committee Barrel Chased The ChildI IIf a man with three drinks of cannotIwalk with firewater be blamed for rolling from the curb into the gutter If the barrel in its mad career chases and runs over a child can the owner of the barrel and the whisky be held liable for injuries to the child on the ground that he was negligent WIGNo An account was brought by Margaret Flanagan who is some ten years old by her mother as guardian against Oswald Weinreb the owner of the bar rel 1 was claimed that the barrel II left in such a position that when the little girl passed it took after her Mr Weinreb who appeared by Attorneys Ferguson Hennesey denied that the rampage o f the barrel was his fault He also denied having given authority to have any one place the barrel in the street The decision by Judge Cady is for Mr Weinreb c who i s given costs Syracuse Standard A Punk Town 1 The Danville Advocate says Frankfort must be a punk town After the state had b ltatwo million dollar capitol a move i iJ J ment has been placed on foot to r have the next legislature build a bridge across the Kentucky river connecting north and south Frankfort according to the Frankfort News although the city has not as much as constructed a fit street to the new building The thoroughfare lead ing to the new capitol is worse than the worse roads in Breathitt county The legislature has noImore right to appropriate to build a bridge across Kentucky river in Frnnkfort than it has to furnishmoney to build a bridge across Chaplin river at Perryville and if such an attempt is made a lasting howl will go up The Advocate contended from the outset that a hole like Frankfort is a discredit as a location for the State Capitol As for our part we would be glad to see it moved notwithstanding the cost of the new buildings Lexington should be the capitol I dont like the word policyII The moment you tell honesty is the best policy I am antagonized and almost prefer isipolitic to be sweetmannered I find myself shunning the appearance of hypocrisy which amiabil ity of that sort too closely resem bles Tell me to be good for the sake of being good and I will try right hard to behave myself but tell me to be good because somebody is watching me and it will be to my advantage to make a good impression and I shall ten to one disgrace my lineage The fact is that we buildup character altogether too much after the fashion of a farmer who should plant his crops to please his neighbors without IJorwheat not because I like buck wheat cakes but because John Smith does and I might drive a better bargain with John Smith someday should he chance to drop in and eat a hot buttered cake with me is a no more senseless mode of procedure than it is for me to be honest and up right for no higher reason than because I shall have a better standing in the community with that reputation tacked to me Be good be pure for your own sake and for the sake of that companion you are going to spend eternity with your own selfII W G D in Danville Advocate Gov Beckham got pretty close to Gov Willson when he told him through the columns of the State Journal that instead of giving Kentucky a black eye by lectur ing in the east on night riders and my soldiers he should talk fair gerrymandering to the east erners It is a notorious fact that in every Republican state the gerrymander against the Democrats is much worse than it is against the Republicans in Kentucky yet Gov Willson hasj appointed a commission to sug gest some method of redistricting this state on a fair basis But the Governor is such a partisan himself that we do not believe he would be pleased with any change unless it gave the Re publicans a majority of the Con gressmen the Legislature a ma jority of the Circuit Judges and the State Senate To show what they want one Republican said to us the other day that Jackson county ought to be in this ju didial district If it were since there are no moreVthan half a dozen Democrats in that county Lh r Cl t HORD EJDEALERS IN HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES i RUBBER TIRESfBLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION fWHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY s LUMBER We are prepared to furnish anything neededIin Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest patern and we can meet all reasonable de= mands If you mean to build or repair writeIcall or use Phones 32= 4 32 = 3 and 59 = A GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill IT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT TIlE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Pfoduee Wanted W L SIMMONS MUMBLE KENTUCKY h 30BE380BO 3080 3E3BDHE380HOH FRIctJl1GIcMThT44 I W A T G Ii m A ER a IIf Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired If Satisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE II I Pay Cash for Old Gold and Silver Tsoeation Owen Paul Cos Dug Stone Columbia K I 30HE38E30E30E3HE3 308Q80HQ LwvLwww lL lC riviwviw wwVL lL wi ii f i 7 Iii f71 I ww iL Dr James iinm-i I wvL art wire yrOSTEOPATHY1 IiL err 1 v Ji oJr v CONSULTATION AND UicevEXAMINATION FREE AT RESIDENCE inColumbia Kentucky V 7t lVWww v wwrw v v w ww V V vLw vr n fj7f7r7Kmm7iCn i1C i rii mT if 1 I vxiix e i e fRANK CORCORAN 1IT Ili h Grade Marble Granite Cemetery work See US before of all kind you buy FRepresented by C G JEFFRIES in this and c adjoining counties MaiD Street Lebanon Ky J 44 The Adair County News and CourierJournal Roth One Year for 150 the Republicans in that county the Replicans would have the Cir cuit Judge in this district as long as the world lasted They have all that is coming to them and more than they would give the Democoats Harrodsburg Her ald For the second time within a month burglars entered the post office at Monticello and blowed the safe with nitroglycerine se f IX ii th L curing money andregistere mailrThe expedition organized by the American Museum of 1istuff al History which has been ex ploring the Fayum desert in northern Egypt seems to have located the place of origin of the elephant in the tertiary age Re mains of the ancestral forms of elephants called the nwerithe ream were obtained V i i 3 t l 1t t tl 4 TEE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS j lj t t1ai gj 1JUtlt t1U 7 Published Every Wednesday BY TilE Adair County News Company 4INCORPORATED9J 4 yc R4 I j CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the nterenta the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Metered at the Columbia PostofQco as second clam mail matter WED OCT 27 1909I 1NNOUNQeeNT5 rrrrrYrrrrr cYYr crr rrrr FOR MAGISTRATE y I am a candidate for magistrate 2 the sixth District of Adair county inI f ject to the action of the party J M Willis v ft The whole of Hugh B Phillips estate amounting to 100000 goes to his children No pro vision was made for his wife 4on sr account of a marriage contract J whereby she was to receive 30 HKJO in life insurance Mr John McChord of Lebanon sonin C law of the deceased bonded as executor of the will Mr Phillipst partnerMi of his brother Mr J G Phillips in a mercantile business whicht ii was conducted at Columbia Mr Phillips died at Owensbore but for many years he was interest pted m the business affairs of ebanon Ir3 Mrs Basil W Duke who was Hfiffr was in gibed at her late home 216 East Broadway Louisville last Wed nesday morning Her death was 11111 due to heart failure She was the founder and President of pthe Kentucky Chapter United- rr Daughters the Confederacy 5and Vice President of the natio- nmal organization She was also aid leader in the social life of Louis 3j yule Her surviving husband f General Basil Duke is a noted jSf lawyer and writer rjf T Knud Rasmussen a Danish j Artic explorer says that Dr Cook reached the North Pole and p that he is entitled to first honor He says he understands the lan r guage of the Eskimos perfectly iand that the stories told him by natives tally exactly with the statement made by Dr Cook This information is gathered Ur from a letter written by Rasmus sen to his wife and dated at Julianshaab Greenland September 25 The full text of the letter was published in the New ii York Times and the Courier Journal last Thursday F E Hanscome who was cashier of the wrecked First National Bank Mineral Point Wis was fonnd last week lying over the grave of his mother A bullet hole in his head told the manner of his death Mrs John Gray who was the motherin law of the dead banker and to whose home the body was con veyed dropped dead immediately ipon seeing in t IL i At the session of the Masonic Grand Lodge held in Louisville last week Mr Joseph H Ewalt of Paris was elected Grand Jun ior Warden which puts him in f1JftIer line for Grand Mastervn 7 L1 r j President Taft rested four j days last week on his brother Charles ranch iti Texas t1 lJ r f fe Countyit 1 1 entered the primary with my op ponentsT Mr Bottom Mr Burton and Mr Tarter I waS nominated over my opponents bya majority of 306 votes Mr Burton and Mr Tarter receivedq nearly as many votes as Mr Bottom butthey areperferidbothctly fay f1 f J JJt this r Mr Bottom knows he was fairly and squarely defeated but this doesnt sat isfy him and he is aiming toTcreep into office by bringing false accusations against me If Mr Bottom had acted on true principle and had done what he agreed to do he would have attempted to prove those things before he tried to expose me in the paper He claimed to me in the presence of letterIthat precinct I told him in the pres ence of as good a citizen as there is on Casey Creek that I would give him 10 to show me that letter He said he wouldnt do it Neither has he attempted to prove any of the other false accusations he has brought against me I proposed to Mr Bottom to make oath that I wasnt out 50 in all from thebeIg- inning of the campaign until the primary Mr Bottom states I have been voting the Prohibition ticket for sever al years which is positively untrue and which he will no more try to prove than he has any of the other false state FurIthermorecret ballot for a number of yearsiI would like to ask Mr Bottom why he didnt prove this by his Democrat neighbor of Knifiey whom h e asked to sign his petition if he can prove by as good Republicans and Democrats as there are in the county and why he didnt prove it by a man in the Little Cake precinct who is as good a citizen as the county affords This man of Little Cake informed me that Mr Bottom asked him if he knew I had been voting the Prohibition ticket for several years also Mr Bottoms Democrat neighbor of Knifley r eI ferred to in thi letter told me he asked him this same question He forgot he was crossing himsilf by so doing for he stated in one of lip cards that people were asking him m every part of the county if I hadnt been voting the Prohibition ticket for several years So I find out from men in every locali ty that he hasbeen asking them that in every instance instead of them asking him as he states- Furthermore why didnt he prove it by some at least of those men on either- or both sides then the public would have some grounds to believe there was some sincerity in his so called unwillingness to see the party dragged in to political corruption He has not cannot nor will not attempt to prove any of those things he has accused me of which is enough to prove tothe public i that although he was fairly and square ly defeated in the primary t he is not willing to give it up like the true prin cipled men Messrs Tarter and Burton are buthe is bringing slanderous false accusations against me which he re fuses to try to prove and thinks by so i doing he will creep into the office regardless of respect for me or his oath 1 have said that if elected or not 1 would not be a candidate again But have rieverlfaid I would be out of politics for all times to comeINow in conclusion I wish to say that if being opposed to the sale of liquor in WhiSIkying is what Mr Bottom calls prohibition I will confess I am guilty I would like to say furthermore to Mr Bottom why dont he tell the public how many times he has voted outside the Republican party in the last few years Now I ask all honest voters of Adair county to study the principles of both myself and Mr Bottom and vote for whom your good judgment dictates Yours very truly J M Wolford LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shippingsteer 450525 Beef steers 375425 Fat heifers and cows 350415 Cutters 3003 Canners 100200 Bulls 3 Feeders Stockers A 30Q400 Choice milch cows L 35004500 Common to fair cows 10002000 Choice 160 to 200 HOGSIMediums 130 to Pigs 650705 Roughs 680 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs J asvit 5 506 00 t 400- Fatsheep 300350 fH hi L irf FIt ira ColumbiarMzrket i POULTRYy r l Eg f J 22 kezji 1 l V I Q1 oJ J7C cKens cii j ftiin 1 06 GRAIN f Wheat a W 1061 COrn rct W t f tc1 rt f rJ t JK P CONOVER N = cx Independent Republican can didate for Jailer of Adair county The above picture will be his deI vice Knifley fr Wheat sowing is in full blast since the late showers Mr George Pike the Assessor was in our section last week Mrs Ganda Mann of Manns ville was visiting relatives in this section a few days of last wee kIMiss Annie Smith of Golum bia who spent three weeks in this section returned home last Sunday pencerliweek Mrs M H Quinn and Mrs Thos Bowen visited Mrs Ceo Hancock one day last weeks Born to the wife o f js V Dunbar October 8tha son and to the wife of W E Bryant same date a girl t IIVlr Owen Hendrickson n d wife of Roley were visiting Mr W P Dinirigham and fami ly one day last week f Bord to the wife of C E Walker October 14th a girlf Iseries of meetings will com mence at Christian church at this place October 20th conduct edbyRev W G Montgomery Mr John Breeding visited his sister Mrs Louisa Humphrey last Saturday night and Sunday WR Watson has stripped his tobacco and delivered same to Mr D W Gowdy IMr Johnston Watson has put fin a stock of groceries in 4 S H Knifleys old store house This gives us four store Mr C G Jeffries has boughtI JoelTuckertom for the sum pf 67500 Dr J C Gose was c weekIhis room a few days last with a deep cold Alonzo Morgan who has been sick for about two months is reported to be some better Mrs W P Dunbar and daugh Dunobar last Monday 0Mrs A S Stapleton has been at the bedside of her sick son J E Stapleton near Columbia the past week Mr Willie Humphress and two children of Cane Valley visited his father Mr James Hum phress of this place a day or so of last week Mr Walker Bryant candidate for County Court Clerk was mixing with the voterss of this section last week Mr Bryant will poll a heavy Democratic vote in this precjnct Our efficient milliner Mrs W j i r F CI lIF YOU WANT TO RIDE III THERES NOTHING TO HINDER III l J f TIDEIBuchananLyon 0 CJ Have a Big Lot of BUGGIES I r i j I 0 Left over from last season which was a diill one on account qf so much rain These Buggies are going within the next few days regardless of price and et WILL CLOSE OUT THIS LOT NOVEMBER 1st 099 cAhd after this date the Great Slaughter will close I cl jtfK Now is the time to buy a Buggy for a small sum of T I r money They are going to besMd first come filrst L served Call up Bob Lyon and he will tell you all IIbeforeI The BuchananLyon CofIncorporated Campbellsville Ky IlL i JL Russell has received her fall and winter stock which is up todate in style and price Owen Hardesty was in this see tion a few days ago looking for stock Glensfork It is to be hoped thateveybody will vote for the good roads amendment to the constitution Our merchants are receiving a complete supply of fall and win ter goods Arloe Rippetoe our tombtsone man is enjoying a very good trade GB Collins is building a neat cottage on his farronemil east of this place rl n Thanks to the antitoxin remedy halltheria have recovered We note with pleasure the account of the jugging of the two GJiiitoti county dispenses o f ft i k v o 1 a Coffin varnish who recently did business in the western part of this county Irvin s Store Our farmers are still sowing wheat though the ground is very dryCircuit court at Jamestown this week and a number of our boys have had to sp before the grand jury Others have busi ness elsewhere Virgil Taylor was thrown from a horse in some manner last Sun day night and almost instantly killed He and another man- ewere riding th same horse which was blind R1gsooita dwifewent to Mr J I Cravens the first of the week lTSfffoHrier attended ourjb Monday h A W a1ibefi wife of Decatur j visited at the latters 0iiL K TC tJ t I fathers James Hammond Tuesday and Wednesday There is a new girl at Mr Talt ton Bradshaws f Mr Ambrose Smith who is handling the yard stick heregives general satisfaction Miss Ova Williams of Decatur I is with Mrs Boss Richardson this week fv Mr Arthur Cravens and wife of Buffalo Hart JIL are visiting at R P Smiths 1t Uncle Levi Butcher has gone to Tenn on a visit of aiiinth to relativesr = Politics are war mmg S1p in these parts and by next week will be very warm We are infor Iried that Mr Otho Blair and a daughter of Mr J C Wilson were married today the bride is a sister of the first wifei V xvi Born to the wife of Ghrlt You1C tuc 25thl aflOl1 O rf ll 4n irye qI i F t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 11 IerrTh r PERSONAL JMr Geo R Miller is spending several weeks at homey Mr Fred Hill was in Louisville thea first of the week Miss Hattie Conoyer is rapidly recovering from fever I Mr A A Miller has been quite sick for the past week Mr Hugh Noe made a trip to James town last Thursday Mr W R Hoskins Campbellsville was here last Sunday Mr R F Rowe was here from Aman daville a few das since Mr Jas Garnett attended the Russel circuit court last TuesdayC Rev Isaac Story of Russell Springs was here last Thursday Mrs Jo Russell and her little son Jo are visiting in Louisville Mr U G McFarland of Glasgow was here a few days ago Miss Ina Dohodey has returned from a visit to Bradfordsville Mr Jas 1 McClaskey Boston Ky was in the county last week Mr N W Miller spent several days of last week in Russell countyjMr John Q Alexander called to see our merchants one day last week Miss Bess Walker Bradfordsville is Yisiting Mrs Bruce Montgomery Mr W R Lyon washere a few days ago calling upon our grocerymenI Mr Charles Kile a lumber dealer of Russell county was here last FridayI Mr Thos Reed of Boyle county r i was here as a delegate to Presbytery Mr J B Coffey was in Jamestown the first day of the Russel circuit court Mr W F Jeffries condition has not changed for the better He is very sick Mr J JF Turner and children are thisF1I f Dr Elam Harris Russell Springs w1 for the Louisville Dental School IIlastFriday V Mr W N Stokes and wife Horse r Shoe Bottom were here t o attend Presbytery Mrs J H Pelley and Mrs Robert k PellyJlVr n Messrs J F Montgomery and Rollin i Hurt attended circuit court at Jamestown last weekII Mrs j Margaret Monday morning v teachesimusic at Jellico Tenp is spending a r few days at home Mr J C Carter Thompkinvilie Re publican candidate for circuit Judge Iwas here Jast week Mrs R G Woods and her mother Russell Springs were shopping in Columbia oneday last week r MivJ D Hughes of Quanah Texas who visited his mother here started on his return trip last ondayIDr U L Taylor Health officer attended a meeting of the State Medical Board at Louisville last week Mr Ben P Doom of Lebanon wa delegate to Presbytery and while here met a large number of friends returnIedMrs A H Ballard and her mother Mrs Miller returned from an extend ed visit to Springfield Mo Monday nightMr R A Waggener who has bee confined to his bed with typhoid feve for nearly two months is now able to stir out hT J Bell of Liberty was here- a few days of last week soliciting the sale of stock in the National Life Insur ance Company traviiSunday night he made a talk to the Ep LeagueIlM W P Summers who is soon to ome a citizen of Columbia attended Presbytery and was a delegate from Marrowbone Church Mrs Dean of Glasgow is visiting her son Roger who is a student in the Lindsey Wilson She is stopping at the home of Dr M E Jones Mr A D Purdy and wife of Brad fordsville are visiting Mrs Purdy mother Mrs Nona Dohoney nea town Mr Purdy was also a delegate to Presbytery from his home Church Messrs Millard Collins and 4 Collins who have had a severe tim with fever the former having bee t for nearly three months ar t iiiwble toJje up Tas U L Taylor who has been 1f xtci fs T 1r- ri f sick at the home of her daughter Hardin county where she is visiting is much better Her husband Dr Taylor returned from her bedside last Saturday iI f+ Rev T F Walton a former pastor of the Presbyterian Church this place was here to attend Presbytery and to meet old ffehds His now the pastor of the Church a tBradfordsville y K Mr Ed Helm and wife of Belle Plain Kansas who have been visiting relatives in Russell county started on their homeward journey last Friday morning accompanied by Mr P E Helm and wife of Denmark Rev B M Currie pastor of the Methodist Church here late of Breck enridge county represented Cloverport Lodge iv and A M in the Grand Lodge of Kentucky last week We take it that Rev Currie is the Master Cloverport lodge Mr A JBotts a nephew of Mrs Sallie Walker of Emma Texas is visiting relatives in this county He is a native of Adair and left here thirtyone years ago He is said to be a very prosperous man We hope he will haveIa pleasant stay in his old home Messrs J T Hill andS C Hill natives of Adair county who have been visiting here for several weeks left for their home in Caldwell Kansas last Saturday morning Before leaving they subscribed for the News in order keep in touch with relatives and friends of earlier days They left this county forty years ago Smith McBeath will operate the Russell Creek Mill same as before making the same grade of flour and will exchange the same grade of flour at both places for wheat They are now ready to receive wheat at th keepIJJt We are having some rain and cool nights Miss J o s ie Stearman of Owbnsby visited at Jas Stear man last Saturday j Mr Oral Absher of Fort Cobb Okla arrived at home on last Monday but reached home too late to see his father For the past week we could f 300 30QE3UE3a INSURE i hear the wheat drills on all sides On last Saturday evening the Blair School House and Moore School House base ball boys crossed bats on the Liberty ball grounds The B S H boys SsH boys had to go up against Carnes and Medaris for their pitchersMrsJas Oaks and daughter Miss Lena of Owensby passed here last Saturday en route to Russell Springs Mr Alva Grider of Owpnsby lastrweek selling spectacles Miss Kate and Sallye Antle of Montpelier past here for Russell Springs last Saturday J R Grider is logging for R G Woods near the SpringsIOur new nycuff preached a very interest ing sermon at French Valley last Sunday 9 Uncle Frank Hale still remains no better Foxes Wanted I want five red and grey foxes Will chargesrs46tf Box 232 Campbellsville Ky JJ rl eFQrrIeor Rent Ht adoehavehou h r that I will sell privately j 502t WH I Catf ee j 4J 4 y r hrd Just to See if You I C1 Are Watching La Belle Roller Patent FloilrI87 12 cents Sheild Hams Sugar Cured 16c Ballard Russell J I PellUamIThe corn crop in this section better than expected Wheat sowing is a thing of the past some is up and looking wellMr James Suddarth was upI on Burton ridge on business last weekTwo young ladies Misses sUbI lett of Romine Taylor county were visiting Misses Gracie and and Cleo Shepherd last Sunday Miss Julia Penickof Cane Val lywas visiting Misses Myrtleand Mary Squires last Saturday and Sunday i Messrs J W and J P Cuni diff were visiting Mr George Todd last Saturday night Mr Frank Shepherd is build ing a large feed barn hi Mr Roger Page and his esti mable family will move to the 1 farm of Mr Dick Hutchison better known as J P Cu 4 sold home W e welcome Mr Page and family iri our neighbor hood t i i We regret very much to give Mr Charley Hutchison and faml lily up from our neignborhood but commend them to Columbia oom jOBOHE3SD8D a Your Lives QYour DAgaInst s T Murrell Miller 1 as their gain and our loss Mr George Todd and J P Candiff in Campbellsville on business last week Mr Bob Smith and wife will soon move to the Sharp place We welcome Mr Smith and f ml ily in our neighborhoodI Mr Rheu Squires w a s in Campbellsville transacting business last Saturday The young people of this neighborhood took a possum hit last Monday night Those that went were Mr and Mrs Dick Sguires Misses Mattie and Bessie Smith Sallie and Maggie Hutchison Ruth and Annie Lizzie Squires and Willard Huffaker Messrs Sam Feese Sam Pollard Ben Hutchison and Will Edd Squires I They only caught one possum but lots of fun was enjoyed Mr and Mrs Dofe Smith are visiting a t Merrimac Taylor county this week Mr Dick Hutchison lost a very fine mare Friday night Mr Leslie McFarland who is going west wishes to sell his crop andFbuy any of these see him at Mr Solomon McFarland s cIW 1tr V rii fo i For SaleF r f IMy reaidehce in Colufnbia It sa two story building containing eight rooms good water and a fine garden Location near th jquare 474tMra X W Forth L L d 7 SPECIAL ATTENTION I FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTY T J h 61 merieai lJitiI co1Y v OF NEW YORK Has sent here to Columbia a stock of Dress Goods of all Imported Goods such as r 14 y French Broad Cloths English Serges English Panamas All Kinds Water Proof Goods and Cravanette Goods f l Imported Silks in all Colors r Silks from 50 in to 60 in wide all other goods from 56 in to 62 in wide These goods will be sold at prices that you have never heard of before in all your lives and at such low prices that no one can hardly let such an opportunity go by without taking advantage of it We will stfl some of b these heavy suitings as cheap as ginghams The reason why we offer CompanyHEvery wife who strives for the welfare of her husbands interest and wants to dress warm and nice for thiS winter and wants to dress her children and all for a small amount of money NOW is the time to take VT n advantage of this t jjJ n Sate that will take place at the Columbia Hotel gridaJ get 29 atura 30a1 9Ro c aJ Uo 1 RememberThis SALE ONLY LASTS 3 Days =r and if you miss this sale you will never get another opportunity to get I such goods at such low prices Be sure and come and even if you dont beforeFio i i4 + r 9j 1 h J AY It 4 4 vtb i t 4J fi1 Ir1S i i jTjMUJiK jia t ar fk1 pmtt and come to the right place as it means a giieat money saving to you r 4 t f t t JJt t i t VOTE THIS WAY FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK Independent Republican lu rICLERKIFOR CIRCUIT COURT Fred McLean IX D DEAR SIR I most earnestly solicit your vote and influence I have been falsely ac cused of almost everything that could be told on a man by the opposition in my own political party and they have even gone so far as to call me a Bol ter when there is no truer Republican in this country than I am Help me and no young man will appreciate your support more heartily than I will Yours Truly FRED MCLEAN 1I GiensforK Diptheria is still raging in this communityMr Kelsay is preparing to start to Illinois in a few days to make it his future home We regret very much 4o give Mr- i upIThe farmers are taking advan tage of the pretty weather now preparing for sowing wheat Miss City May Taylor who has been confined to her room for quite awhile with typhoid fever is slowly improving Mr G B Collins is erecting a new residence which will add- much v to the appearance of his farmMr Odis Lewis of Amanda ville Cumberland county spent last Sunday night at this place and informed your reporter that he had killed on his farm a short time ago ejg t rattle snakes all together consisting of one old one which carriednine rattles and one button the young ones twenty inches long with one but ton each If anyone can bed that iiji the way of killing snakes comeaheadwithr report Mrs Brittie Hays who has been in a very bad state rHealth for several months isgeip better at this writing fT Mr Voliiia SulliVan = a drug I t i k r t drummer passed here last week An infant child of Mr Elijah Coffey died one day last weeka victim of diptheria Mr John Helm and family Mr C A Walker and grandson Brice and Mr James Marshall are on an extended trip to Louis vine Dont fail to see our line of dress goods they are very attractive F L Wilson Russell Spring Ky502t Roy Wheat sowing is the topic of the day in this part some are through sowing and some have yet to begin Our merchant G It Redman has just returne from the Louis yule market where he purchased his fall line of goods Come early and get first choice An old fashion jack frost visit ed this place a few nights ago and found several things not talitlen in The basket singing at White Oak the fifth Sunday Jhas been r called off r i j ra Lr rc y r 4 I THE ADAIR OOUNTYNEWSj f tNTime Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTHBOUND TRAIN Lv LoUISVILLE =AB LEBANON No27 700am i 942 am Jo23 815am 1004 am Ho 79 505pm 740pm N 21800pm 1000 pm Uo93 630 pm 900 pm- I NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AK LOUISVILLE b24548am 750- am078732am 1015 am- 655pm 028430 pm I JIo22 628pm 815 pm 4 Zo 92 752am 1015am Nos 92 and 93 areSunday trains only CeM WISEMAN SON I I Diamonds and Precious Stones IJewlers and Opticians iJ 1 Special attention given to work and all orders in rofgoods in our line nYfftrHT Oposite Music Hall 1 132 Market let 1st 0 2d StLouisville Ky 6t Se D CrenshaI VETERINARY SURGEON h G r Special Attne tin t Eyes v 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 FROM COLUMIA POINTMENT WILMORE HOTE w yi uaiiiiwoHE Prop v FirstClass Table rGoodSample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGEftDYUILLe KY It Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplett DenhistrIEFFRIES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Et D e Eunbat1- enti9t s JOFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING NO 40 RING 3 i 1PHONE KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone T AttorneyAtLaw J fjJ Will practice in this andadjoining counties Jamestown Kentucky ne r te rPa fuKMtl eV tueka aI WrTklls1t LIT t fe a heke1 Me e eeh t re5 tftW a MeCaU lM tLIiIUit xr-r hJNMta IIepa =4IrM 1IMcCUJLL CO Xwr Y rfi ttr 7r f r f s1r 1 r Home Circle t r i A happy family is but an earli er heavenThere was a woman but was just aching to tell some other woman how to comb her hairThe reason why women do not propose is supposed to be due to the fact that they want to have the last wordvIt is worth a thousand dollars a year to have the habit of looking on the bright sideof things It is just as wicked to indulge in mental profanity as to swear right out loud and much more injurious to the digestion Kindness is stowed away in heart like rose leaves in a draw erto sweeten every object around Many a life full of promise has been wrecked owing to the want of a definite aim in life and the only way to insure success is to determine upon a certain line of action to have an ultimate object in view and to make every effort to reach the goal and secure the prize i There are two kinds of schools in this county both strong in their influences educating the boys in strictopposite directions The school house education on the one hand and the street edu cation on the other are alarming ly different The Nations pros perity depends upon which school educates the boys It is wicked to loaf Every man is created for a purpose and he has no right to shirk that responsibility No man has aright to loaf Nothing can be more humiliating to a parent than to know his son is a confirmed loafera mere blankabsorb ing his living from the toil of other hands and creating noth ingNa sensible young lady will allow a confimed street loafer to enter her company No abl bodied strongminded person ever wanted work who was un able to find it There is always plenty of work to do If you cant get paid for your labor go and work for nothingit will be much better for you and when you have fully demonstrated that you can easily find a paying job The man or boy who is content to live like a drone bee sponging off the others should be forced on his own resource and compelled to swim or sink Twould be best for society Boys if you have ever loafed dont do it any more News Notes Hickman suffered a 10000 fire Among the buildings destroyed was a church said to have been 90 years old Mrs Sarah McAllister widow of Ward McAllister famous in his day as a leader of New Yor society is dead Daniel Stucky aged 75 was stricken with paralysis while kneeling in player at Columbus Ind and died in a few hours laterGov Willson has accepted the resignation afDrJ M Matthews of Louisville is president of the State Board of Health H F Chaffee the millionaire land owner of Dakota has i formed the police that he bought a gold brickat a cost of 25 000 Eli Pardee 12 years oldof Qettb rgStl hues saaved i3r tj At141 tir 7fJi1p fffl i1jI df 000 out of what he hasjsarned by selling popcorn shining shoes and doing odd jobs By the will of Col Thomas H Swope who died in Kansas City a few days ago Felix Swope of Woodford will receive 20000 Judge Edmond Waddill in the United States court at Richmond Va placed the WareKramer Tobacco Co of Norfolk in in luntary bankruptcy Mrs Joseph Snyder was burned to death her husband seriously burned and three children narrowly escaped cremation on their farm at St Francisville Ill Chief Wilkieof the United States Secret Service stated that absolutely no plot is known to exist having for its object harm to either President Taft or President Diaz- Resenting reprimand which Miss Margaret Lang a neighbor caused him to receive George Augustian seven years old of Millvale a suburb of Pittsburg shot Miss Lang to death Flourishing a knife and an n uncing that he wanted to kill President Taft Charles Thorp an aged prospector was arrested at Albuquerque NM after a vicious struggle with the po lice Jocot Sherry 36 years old shot and killed his wife and prob ably fatally wounded his sister snlaw at Cleveland 0 Sherry then shot himself mortally The shooting followed a domesti- quarrel Burglars effected an entrance to the Louisville Nashville depot at Millersburg and robbed the safe of a large sum of money This is the third time in three months that the office has been robbedFederal Judge Marshall at Ardmore Okla overruled the thEeindictments charging Gov kell and other Oklahomans wit fraudulently scheduling town lots in Muskogee Okla Forge Cures Consumption A Texas Methodist Minister has just given to the public what he denominates a sure cure for consumption Rev L G Grimes of Coperas Cove Texas says wasS stricken by the deadly malady and had frequrnt hemorrhages from the lungs that he was forced to give up his employment and that the only exercis- he took was an occasional horseback ride One day he rode over to the blacksmith shop to have his horse shod and whit the smith was doing the work he got upon the forge to warm an accidentally inhaled the smoke from the stone coal It gave him inhaledkfor some time He returne home feeling better than f some time and determined to continue the experiment did so with the result that he was completely cured and al though that was years ago has never had another symptom of consumption Mr Grimes also tells that he had a lady friend who was in the same stages of tuberculosis bny using the same remedy inhaling the stone coal s keHe says he has told others of this simple remedy and dose not know jf1 a case It hasnot1 cured r r i Converts Cave Into a Palace One of the most prominent and successful farmers of Prairie Grove Arkansas who is an active member of the National Far mers Union hasdwelt in a cave- rf years It is probably the most palatial cave in the world and is fitted up with all modern conveniences including hot and coldwater electric fans electric lights and steam heat He discovered the cave at the top of a mountain 1700 feet high It is twenItyfivehigh The walls are of beautiful granite which has been ceilIingof the cave is glass which the owner and occupant H S Mob hardIwcooking range pass out through the mouth of the cave and extend upward a distance of nearly for ty feet Movable screens per mit the increase and reduction of rooms at the pleasure of the occupants A fine spring at the top of the mountain furnishes water through a private system of waterworksThis wel1ingcompleted- about two years ago It is ap proached by a beautiful road as cending the crest of the mountain by easy stages and the cave is kept in perfeut condition The occupants declare that it is the coolest dwelling in the comfortc able in the winter and they haven fear of cyclones which are frequent inthat region Neith er heat nor cold penetrates the solid protection of yards of gran ite Mr Mobley says he will live in the cave for the rest of his life The cave is in easy driving distance of Prarie Grove Elderly People FrheI The last years of life are the sweet est and yet the most difficult to pro long It is then that the greatest care is exercised in maintaining bodily health But the chief care should always be with regard to the food you eat and whether you are digesting it properly You should not allow your self to become constipated No doubt you have tried salts and cathartic pills purgative tablets etc and have come to the conclusion that they are violent in action and do but temporary good Listen then to the voice of ex perience with regard to a wonderful and mild laxative Dr Pep sin It is not new only we are trying to find new friends for it A A Felts of Johnston City Ill suf fered from stomach trouble for six years and found his cure in Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin His wife uses it too with ofSneighbors or friends others through the doctors offer to send any sufferer from a stomach liver or bowel complaint a free chargeIf toebybuyingpeoplelikeit is well to mention that the purity of this remedy is vouched for with the U S government Also though a free bottle areebottles bought of druggists who will re fund your money if it does not satisfy bottledIf there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write doctor and he will Itansweryou fully There Is servicedbldgOrHeThe death list of the recent storm in the South now numbers 46 and the property loss is much heavier than was at first esti mated The best thing to give your enemy is forgiveness to an op ponent tolerance taa friend y exo ample to a father deference to youn mother conduct that will make her proud of you to your self respect to allmenr charity i Baptist Western 1 Recorder iiedf a tr q V V V V V l7K7KIlJ5ll r f 7 i KlKI n HUBUCfl BROS WELLENDORFF i INCORPORATED k- yr n t Successors to Hubbuch Bros 1 1k i 71m a New Garb jfI1J Ij IIli w I C We are the same people as strong as ever before Thesame r strong management the same reliable business methods are the pilr ii vlore of all our transactions Your needs in 1 v 1 m I IEv7i + 1 7j 01r PAPERt irC- ii I 11 Will be taken care of in the conscientious mariner as eyer before ii1 71 C v HUBBUCH BROS c WELLENDORFF fLOUISVILLE KY tv 522522 W MARKET ST riwwwwsvwvrrvrivr ii vv7iiK iC r7 nr j j j j i ii 71 in t e c IiGETROOFING 1 BEFORE YOU BUY i See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleat nd Cap Roofing + put on like tin without any nails exposed and is better than any rin tIt will last a life without painting Wea carry in stock V Crimp o e and Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubber and all kinds Paper roofing a 0vm tthtre GuileI116 H matlket St Bet 1st Bttook WAGON MaTE ZAItP Iiouisville Kentaeky Telephone 2167 Both Phones O A 4+ o e Q sser osesaa- I1CtCwtJ lliuC e l i rrnmir rmiiCirnCrriiiCiiviiCiiC7 Sri Fifth nC- w m Avenue Hotel rr iir7 MGR w1C i Refurnished Redecoratedand e iC t Pvopur- C v lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale vi and Retail Districts Churches and w Theaters 4 1vrFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE 2FIFTHl- i AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS Q v C Louisville Kk Sriirm nnC CTC rnCarm rnCm C lCi N im n- a UG HARDW ll Pres J COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec WJryne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 MIhliWIGJ4TZ I macfIN1STSDEALERS IN ENGINES ISGRST I 1301 TfflKTeeNTHMftIN LOUISlILLS I SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work 59 JOBBING WORK SOLICITED c y roof roof time I7AIJ Kirids of Machinery atee UepaJrcdU J1 X j IRussell Springs Motel Y r r OPEn i HEALTH SEEKERS f r J And the Traveling Public The Building which is corneous has tableisv pureSthealthi WINFREY PHELPS RUSSELL K1f SPRINGS LIi SUBSCRIBE FOR THE AD R COUNTY SEWS 100 H i I I jJf T1- I II r m 7 I r r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 it Ruby f P This community was blessed with a good rain last Sunday Farmers are very busy pre paring wheat ground Mr Virgil Wilson who ha been quite sick is improving XW Scott did business at- Columbia T Tuesday beenLbusiness at this place Monday Iiii J 5 Mr Joe Brake was at Dirigo J on business Friday pa Mr Porter Fudge and family i of Cumberland county visited relatives near this place last Saturday and Sunday Miss Ada Coomer Breeding and Misses Mamie and Bulah Bean were gyests of Miss Annie Harvey last Sunday Mr and Mrs W J Beanvisit ed the family of T J Rosson Rugby last Sunday Mr Herman Roach of Toria was the guest of Hadis Harvey Sunday yr Mr Baker Jesse and family of Breeding visited the family of John Gibson last Saturday and f SundayMrs Eldridge Stotts Dirigo was the guest of Mrs J W Harvey Wednesday Mrs G G Campbell and little son Ova of Dirigo visited the family of J W Harvey Satur day The BedRock of Success Lies in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splen did health that Dr Kings New Life Pills impart Thee vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmefn Lizemore TV Va writer They are the best pills I ever used 25c at Paull Drug Co- McGaha It is a boy at John A McGa has Mother and child doing wellSome few cases of diphtheria inthis neighborhood- Mr M T Redman was kicked by one of his colts a few days ago and is Paid up for several daysI GlSrgeMcGaha is erecting anew barn Farmers are very busy sowing wheat in this community A Mr Chapels of Neatsburg has moved his saw mill to Mr D Giles farm on Sulphur There has been a sanctified re vival going on at Oak Grove church for some time Everybody may be thankful lettervfrom McGaha for a long time but we are not all dead We are just a booming We have two water mills one steam mill three grindstones to blacksmith shops one huxter wagon one house t carpenter one preacher one adviser one doctor and a good boomer If any town with as few inhabitants can beat this let us hear from them Mr G R Redman of Roy r was visiting M T Redman last Saturday Mr Walter Rigney Vas in Columbia last Saturday Banjo Picking George McGa ha as he is wellknown is breaking land for next years corn crop lWhiskey Men in Bad AndyWoodandZachNicholsho is char ng them with tt ii t selling liquor unlawfully were tried Friday at Flippin in Justice Pinkleys court and were fined very heavily Woods fines will amount to 640 Nickols fines will reach 700 or 800 Both Wood and Nickols were required fo execute bond in the sum of two hundred dollars for their good behavior for the next twelve months They were also required to give bond in the sum three hundred dollars pending the action of the next grand jury on the charge of mantaining public nuisance Several other warrants for whisky dealers in the county which were procured by the court of inquiry hejd by Justice Pinkley will be trans ferred chargesImen on ing a public nuisance The strongest opposition which has prevailed in this county against whiskey for several years is now exerting itself and the man who is in the whisky business and does not track the law governing the sale of it will have a hard road to travel Tomkkins ville News Notice At the regular election for Adair county Ky held on the 2nd day of November 1909 at the regular polling place in voting district No 14 of said county known as the Egypt voting dis trict a poll will be opened and an election held for the purpose of 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 notice is given by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a term of said court held on the 24th day of August 1909 W B Patteson KyiThis is Philosophy There is a good deal of philos ophy in the following Drink and the gang drinks with you swear off and you go it alone for the barroom bum who drinks your rum has a quenchlesa thirst of his own Feast find your friends are many fast and they cut you dead theyll not get mad if you treat them bad so long as their stomach is fed Stealif you get a million for then you can get bail its the great big theif that gets out on leave while the little one goes to jail Money Comes In Bunches To A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipa tion nervousness and general debili yt he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weak er every day in spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now 1 can at wonI ach Liver Kidneys Blood and Nerves 50c at Paull Drug Co IGood Things to Know IHere are some remedies that lots of help to some one Cure for Erysipelas A poultice made of cranberries powder ed fine and applied in a raw state is fine Cure foil toothache Saturate a piece of cotton in a solution of ammonia place it on or in the rtoothCure for Diptheria A pan of sliced onions will prevent dis ease from spreading Onions must be burned every morning and fresh ones cut up They will also absorb the poison Juice of a pineapple is very ood1 J ri 2 l i Jf u d fyy n ifi Storing Cabbage In storing Cabbage select a welldrained place dig a pit four or five feet wide and deep enough to hold any desired num ber of tiers of heads five tiers probably would be most suitable Over the bottom of the pit strew clean dry straw leaves or any kind of litter to a depth of five or six inches Now sever the cabbageheads from the stump removing all leaves that are damp or show the least sign of decay and lay the heads in the pit tops down in even rows In placing them see that they lie close together Also be very careful not to bruise them or you need not be surprised to find rotten cabbage when you open the pit Make the pile to resemble a haystack as much as possible cover with some clean grass or straw and throw on six or eight inches of dirt Leave in this con dition till cold weather approach es then cover with more coarse latter to prevent freezing and thawing Some prefer to cover lightly and allow the cabbage to freeze and this is all right pro vided they stay frozen till used Its the alternate freezing and thawing that ruins cabbageExN- otice 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 1 said county known as the West Columbia voting District a poll will be opened and 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 Large city dailies sometimes delight to make fun of the per sonal items that appear in the country press They make mer ry over the mention of people visiting each other and in the lit tle incidents that occur in the village or town society life Butt e city dailies are themselves addicted to the same practice as everyone knows who looks at the society notes To be sure those papers may say that they only mention the doings of wealthy or prominent people But wealthy and prominent are relative terms only and the movements and ex periences of people in the small community are of just as much genuine interest to that commu nity as are the doings of the Goulds Fields and others to the people of New York and Chicago and probably more so for reasons that are obvious The Gay City Times Malvern 0- Notice At the regular election for Adair 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 vot ing district a poll will be opened and an election held for the purpose of ascertaining the will of voters of said dis trict 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 notice is given by virtue of an order of the Adair county court made at a term of saidcourt held on the 24th day of August 1909 WB Patteson Sheriff of Adair county Ky Poultry men of Pulaski Tenn say that poultry is scarcer now than for years at this time There are several reasons First the fowls are moulting and not de sirablefpr market purposes second turkeys are not large enough to maket but the main reason ii the heavy shipments of hens and j it kY N v J chicks last spring when a car or two a week was shipped for three months on a stretch The past wet summer also hurt the poul try crop very much Its a Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies Every atom is a health force it kills germs and colds and lagrippe vanish It heals coughracked membrances and cough ing stops Sore Inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemor rhages cease Dr Geo More Black Jack N C writesUit cured me of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Ppull Drug Co No matter how productive as ewe may be it should be no cause for keeping her until she is too old for service When a number of ewes begin to show signs of age they should be separated from the remainder of the flock and fattened on ground corn or meal and unless they are ex tremely poor when entering the fattening lot they can soon be disposed of at a fair price r Water Beess Give the bees plenty of water They need a great deal and will fly a long distance to get it If there is no running stream or lake of pure water near it is well ito place a pail of fresh water near the apiary every day Bees use water to dilute the heavy thick honey left over from winter to make it suitable for the young larvae and also to make the cell wax pliable Bees should be protected from the wind on the north and west by a closeset hedge or high fenceAll weeds should be kept down in front of the hives Mow a plot six cutAthe weeds and grass close to the ground with a hoe An hour once a week spent on the care of the bees will bring larger returns for the effort than any other labor on the farm A newspaper man of Chicaga who lives a few miles out in the country last year sold 225 worth of honey to three big hotels He says he did not spend more than one hour a week looking after his bees during the season Frightful rate Avereted 1 would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Disberry Kelliher Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises itlsoon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at Paull Drug Co Oldest Brick louse in Kentucky A Scott county woman who recently visited Crab Orchard Springs send in the following Situated on a prominence in Lincoln county with Muldos Mountains in the distance is said to be the oldest brick house in Kentucky having been built between the years 1783 and 1790 by Col William Whitley the grandfather of Mrs Mary Moore of Georgetown In the front room then known as the big room Col Whitley met with and entertained the Indians when making a treaty with them re garding the capture of white ienand children In this same room on the high mantle are 13 stars representing the 13 then in the Union Kentucky at that time being a portion of Vir giniik The woodwork is all ha d carved and onthe stairway f t 4 00 Ir If Get Well youOfagainIf by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its relieved you from some female trouble TAKE I 39TorMrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for seven years Read her letter about Cardui She writes I was sick for nearlydiecured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try itrAT ALL DRUG STORES is carved at each step an eagle with an olive branch in its mouth The attic quite a low structure was the ballroom and from the small windows at each end it is told the whites fired on the Indians when with hostile inten tions they were around theprem ises The brick of whichthe house was built were burned near by and in diamond shape are placed glazed brick to add to the quaintness of the structure It is said4 = a farm was paid for the brickI and quite a number of ofI whisky were given to build house The chimney in one roo m is 12 feet wide the walls of the house being two feet thick The doors are twoply withmetal be tween to insure safely from them enemy The farm contains 130 acres now owned by Mrs Sallie Pen nington who takes pleasure in in showing strangers through the entire house and gives them in her affable wayjwhat informa tion she can about her quaint and much loved homeGeorgetown- Times Short Meter Sermons Selfishness is the seed and sin is the harvest r Thinkonly of yourself and of hens will forget you j The empty head is easily wrinkled into furrows that look like deep thought A small life often takes all its time waiting for a chance at a big jobIt is better to be regarded as a prude than to rot as a mental gar t bage can The man who makes himself great is greater than the man who is born great- Cynicism is a pain due to at tempting to eat all lifes fruits too early in the season The prayer that rises in the heart rtfeetPeople who think they were born to regulate the world are al ways afraid they will die from 1 being overrighteous r XSC o SXSXS S o o sQi 0 J IIIHENRY WATTERSON Editor I INewspaper Democratic in prints all the news without IPOlitiCSfavor The regular price is 100 but you can get the WEEKLY IAND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR I 0 I I or15O1if you a papernot- DaiIy to the Courier Journal s CourierJournal Yr 600 I Sunday CourierJournal Yr S200 V j We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sundayif you will write I this paperfJ- t r L 1 y y LtLI I 1EEJ 7 I IIK t 7 CJ I 4 IMIfz t o F r J t i 8 t THE A AIRCOUlifrY NW3 d I JOHN A HOBSON d 1 CsRaE4SBVRCs KNTUCKY iiiii WIRE FENCE iii III y EIWALL PAPER DOQES WINDOWS CEMEN- TLIMEBEIGE BALL PLASTER I FURNITURE t All Kind BUILDERS UardwareI I L Liii Grad iUe l Clem Coomer and wife of Jef fersonville Ind are visiting relatives at this place X Charlie Rowe of Sparksville y wasin our midst last Friday r John Lowe of Columbia call edantosee us on his return from i FrW L y 0i farmers put in the most of last week sowing wheat A large crop has been sown in this sectionLewis Cumpton of Basil where s last Saturday Our market has been well sup plied with fresh beef for the past week at 06 and 07 per pound Messrs H Q Montgomery and John Reece of Breeding wer ia our midst last Thursday and reported business g0od in their Jr section v fiMr John M Wilson who ha ri for a year or more las gkeensicl I improved inthe- last fe y midstYlot last week looking fine Messrs Taylor Coomer th r wellknown tobacco dealers o Basil were in this section las l week and bought several fine crops of Burley at satisfactory prices tt We are glad to note that in the near future there will be a new telephone line put up direct I 2 ly from this place to Breeding j The work will begin at once an r will be completed during the- Y month of November This en terprise will be a great conven er fence to the people along th Aline Mr George A Keltner the uptodate tobacco dealer o v Keltner was in this section oneI Liay last week and bought rfTal crops of Burley at prices fromI f 1025 to 1150 per hundred Mr H A Walker of Colum bia spent one day at the home of Mr J H Smith near this tobacplace co that was grown on Mr Smiths farm We understand that they weighed up between five iand six thousand pounds and hardly made a start v The speaking at this place on last Saturday afternoon was very weUattended We did not have V r tlie pleasure of hearing the 4 Jspgeches Messrs W Sharp and Jas t Koy bought Ititweck ofa J D vAker i1eJof t1feMfc arm in ii t F1t f SdM tJf this section for the consideration 210000 Mr Sharp will in the near future build a nice dwelling Uncle Charlie Yate s put in sev eral days of last week gathering corn and he says his corn is much better thanJie expected to find it Messrs Diddler Parson our mill men are certainly having a good business They are almost daily receiving wlieatat the market price and s lIngflour the same way Our farmers ought to apareciate an enterprise like this that brings a market righ at their door for all of their sur plus grain at the highest market price interestineg games of marbles that has been played in our town for many years took place one day last Robts0 Keltner seventy years old seventyfoew r years old Dr J H Grady sixty j five years old and A T Shirrell not less than sixty years old v thefthe3ton Mr Dan Hatcher better known jas Neighbor made our town lone day last week and in his us way had something that was interesting to tell Our people are always glad for him to come owdon oldest and best citizens has been the sick list for several days Gov J R Hindman called i hiefarm last week While her he contracted for a bill of tfo a are always glad when the Governor comes He had something interesting fo talk about as the elec tion is near at hand We will ring off for this tam by saying to our old friend H C Walker of Bradfordsville that in a few days we will nee him down here to help us count the Democrat votes TAKEN upS hogs came to place about Sept 1st 19090n jblack sow will weigh about 190 Ibs marked crap off each ear Two spottedsows will weigh iespectiyely 40 and 90 pounds bothnmarkea Owner can get aame by proving them paying for this no ticei their keep and two barrella pf corn 8ltroJetfAQdtJ JY Winfrey t 50tf Eunice JLy My line of clothing for fall and win tia large and uptodate Prices ar Wilsonfit5 Xy r JA544 aJkt Dunnville t Revs Montgomeryare con ducting a revival at this place Clarence Jones and wifeof- Pellyton visited Owen Ellis and wife of this place last Sunday- J F Pelley was at McKinnie last week receiving a shipment of fertilizer The box supper at Pellyton was well attended There wash plenty to eat and good order pre vailed Rev Grit Baker filled his regular appointment at Luttrells Creek Sunday Miss Myrtle Woods of Linnie visited Miss Ada Lay last Sun dayJas Dickinson was at Jamestown last week Mr L C Cabbell visited his mother at Joppa a few days ago Hon W G Ellis Democratic nominee for Magistrate will quit chicken peddling in a few days and begin an active can vass in his district W G Rubarts is having a new r6bf put on his barn George Ellis of Indiana will spend the winter in old Ken tucky for the benefit of his healthfMr TomSof Eunice has removed tb his far on Luttrells Creek The Luttrell Creek school iidistrict composed o f 41 pupils f has th number enrolled We would like to know if there is another district in the county that has all the pupils enrolled hituncle Marcus Tarter last Sunj dayrMr Chas Sweeney who has been sick for some time is abl tobeout again r J7 con u Mr Jeff Shirley has nibved t the farm tJ F Pelle yGtr u1 j cfseveral from this commun- iattended r the box supper al Rheber last i Saturday night They brought back thePle and cake We almost forgot to say that J F Pelley got the pie for being the ugliest man Several of the candidates have been around shaking hands with the boys Edwin Cundiffis building a large barn on the farm he re cently bought r David Ellis bought a fine calf from George Pellet a few days ago Price not known w u r 0n H sAt the request of his friends candir in district No 4 last Friday He reguests the support of all Mr Paul Epperson Roy spent last week here visiting his sister Mrs R L Campbell disturbance e at meeting at Birds School house last Sunday night A ladles rockdwere dow during services It is thought that the guilty party or parties did not reside in that neighborhood but be it who it may they should be caught and the full penalty of the law meted out to them The meeting closed tbatnight Mr Charlie Bennett Fairplay who has been sick at they liome of J W MeGliatef for the ipwt few weeks i ju conysyed to h ihome blest idd aT He lajm iff r it y f paralysis and his chances of recovery are doubtful Rev H T Jessee Preached very interesting sermon at Independence last Sunday Mrs Jane Taylor Lewis Amandaville is spending a few days with relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Arthur Royse land Mr and Mrs J D Patter son in company with Mrs Cheat am and son of Cumberland county attended the annual association of Baptist near Edmonton last week Mr Ches Bell Nell was here last Wednesday Mr Hadis Harvey has accepted a position with a Chicago publishing house and is thus pre pared to furnish the reading public with a true account of the trips of Cook and Peary to the North Pole- Married on the 21th inst at the home of the brides father Mr J W Campbell Miss Laura Campbell of this place to Mr J B Wilcutt of Bethany Mo Rev T J Campbell officiating Afte the ceremony the bride groom went to the home of Rob ert Lby on Pettisfork where a bountiful dinner awaited them They will spend a few days visit ing relatives in Adair and Met theymgo to keeping at Bethany Mo JEst- oIi t HGU t h The diptheriatois raging near here r kt If 3j The school at this place has osn account of diptheria but is now in sessionMr Coffey has lost one child with diptheria eThe annual conference of the United Brethern Church convened t LiKerty1 20th mist with something near thirty preachers in attendance fjMr5 JE6 Helm had a sale the 20 msLt We understand Mr v Helm intends to make his home in Kansas Mr GeoiHelm and wife are visiting in Indiana Quite a number of young peo pie attended the social given at the Winfrey Hotel Russell Springs Ey Tuesday the 19th inst regularIappointment at R T Stearmans last Sunday v Alva Grider an optician of Owensby was here last week He has glasses to fit your eyes Liberty and French Valley met at Jas Darnells place in a match game of ball on the 9 the score standing 3 to5 in favor of Liberty We feel sorry for French Valley but cannot mourn shopit week Geneive Lapsley Lillie demons Lizzie McElroy Nettie Aaron Nina Montgomery Lola HoltAunt Bell Warner way called MondayIWe extend our sympathy to her bereaved friends but would say Weep not as those without hopeI Sr w vY Ell er 11 Vl Several ofbur citihs attend ed Circuit court at Jamestown The Hfctle daughter of Mrs looaaili S i t ATr rYYur II Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR JLOAD EACHI 1 Studebaker erl Birdsell r t flilburn = =WagonsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A car load ofcDisc Harrows fA car load o- fCultivators Corn Plant rsaQlII One=Horse Corn Drills i r f rWill have the greatest and finest display f rof Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown J in this Green River for YrSpringif i4 LIME SALT ANt CE ENlti A SPEC LINES 1 + tr r tJH L WiJlrdeliver any kind pf E4v1k feImplements on the L N Rr R w Woodson Lew sThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to 1 ii i The 7LouIsville TrustifJrnerCompany J f y Tv J LOTJISVILLH3 Organized under a special charter for the safe k piriiJi 1es oif every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust nsi = ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin 1 strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every pf sir iion of trust that can be held by an individual vj y r It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and itsfair ini v roJ tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its laige assets its cor- J porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great nancial strength w4 e Q FCO o I BLl NDS NNN li iiN NN N MNGN S Sash Doors Blinds t Mouldings Columns Porch Material i Interiorj1 Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House itIn the South 1 t WSend your orders to us for prompt shipment L T Iandgood goods f We appreciate them lE Li HUGHES GO www waeww ww www and was buried at Concord last TuesdayRev F XDhrisman and wife will leave for abez Sunday to begiri seriesvtf meetings 0 B Popplewell anlI M H Bpguar ere in Columbia last weeK on business JK G McWilliamaf and Irpndell Sullivan qf Pleasant Hill were hers Tlaursday I Mr M 3EL Tarter anaIO Nli t f i 2II2I5 LOUISVILLE J E Main Street KY f Ie ewsv Ni t10 Jesse of Decatur wj 1 e Thursdayft Deputy Sheriffi J K i B etcher- of Eli was here looking after the boys Thursday ni ht if c tMrRussell Springa Jjurtt A tt ijaJ night fi Mr A LFok 11 Springs on fetiiiiMi di 1 fw Yr akt t ry