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The Adair County news.: n. Wednesday, November 3, 1909. The Adair County news.. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. S. Harris, Columbia, Kentucky 1909 ada1909110301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news.: n. Wednesday, November 3, 1909. The Adair County news.. Chas. S. Harris, Columbia, Kentucky 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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1101 14J t 12l 139 1681167jl 166LJ 187 167 17162k 169 133J 159 16 4 159 I15j 23 z ICANE 148 142116138144I134113814 9 3 92 VALLEy1381134149114GYP T 60 60 662j 60 65 59 60 58 6lj 60 5J 3 41L5 tF fToTAL i1lTl il1145 i113311485J84ii 4 o4 5 184 F r MAioarry 15511IlOb j JI 48 + 11 r i1 31 i ornwife of Wm Brooks Oct 28 1909 a daughter The election passed offveryquietly throughout this county yjohn C Holladay sold three mules to I Henry Altcheler for 407 pet your gun and dog ready The hunting season opens the 15th mot51 This offic has just turned but a large amount of York for a gentleman in Cadet Var rILThe great comet is approaching rap in a short time it will be visi ble to the naked eye A great many pupils will enter the LindsyTi1son in a few weeks Farm rJc haj keptthem at home The election is over and there are Isonie disappointments but the business Lworld will move along just the same IEdFranklin killed a chicken hawk in I the Gle sfork vicinity last Thursday that measured four feet frqm tipvto ItIpf Mr Nathan Waggener who is having residence built in the Tutt addition willhayit completed in a very short l Diphtheria which raged in some portions ofthis county and in Russell coun ty has about run itscpurse There were only a few deaths The hunting season opens November thetlSth and coutinues until January 1st It ia said that quail are plentiful anflt fine sport is anticipated 1r A great many residents of Columbia1 are removing their front fence which makes the property and the town look better So much for the stock law DB White Son who conducted a general store at Sano this county made an assignment last Wednesday Mr Luther Brockmanis the assignee I WANTEDto look afterf ourinterest in Adair and adjacent coun tiei XSlary or Commission Address The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland 0 tl Ienry ingram has purchasedthe WiHiMcCaffree residence on Bomar 4 Heightsj consideration 1000 Mr In rIrarnwiU remove to the property this week t Aatkus Loy arrested H C Barden lt Sturday night and broughthim be IifGre Jdge Hancock He gave bond t Iio5 mwcpearance before the nextcir I CUI eGtirti 11 ThoLakey athite man alS6 t- siXr3old was tried last wefekjin ll circuit court for house 1jgl He wastgiyen one year thptmtiary 4Iij J M1fVin Young bought of L J3j- I II eekthe residehce on B kyfjWitreet known as the Price it1or5IOOpMr Young will rJr Sfe lo building and erect a cot r iiwbm a 7IUOO6IB HC w a s f1JI a i1sfrand t iofWdtIon fle ol T j J 90t j Iit r I a p1t444c i I lI t If tdir f JH 1L vJ tJ f Iii F tI 1jt BEPUBLICAtf II SALESMEN Mrs JP Beard has been a great sufferer for a weekor two beingfsa victim of an affliction of an eye A growth was removed a fewjlays ago and since the operation she has been feeling much easier Mrs Martha J Dunbar widow of the late W P Dunbar fell from afence Jast Wednesday breaking jer right arm justabove the wrist The fracture was reduced and the patient is gstbitig along very nicely J Mrs Mary Caldwell of Portland purchased of Dr James Triplett last week the residence on Burkesville street known as the H G Atklnar property for 1200 Mrs Cafdweil will remove to Columbia e The woods on the farm of Mr Geo A Smith caught fire last Saturday af ternoon and burned for several hours A great many people who live in town went over and fought it until it was extinguished It took hard work to save a great deal of fencing Ourregularcorrespohdehtsmust bear in mind that they must sign tlieir named toeach communication sent to this 6f ficeior publicatkii1If the name fails to accompany the article for jiubHca tion the letter will be rejected We do not want your riamevfor the public but y i for purprotection Judgment was rendered in the Rus thePattersontown The occasion of the sale is to divide the proceeds among the heirs and devisees of J B Patterson and Mrs Sallie Patterson The date of sale has not been announced It is tlie most valuable piece of property in Jamestown Beginning last Saturday night the meeting services which haVe been in progress at the Christian church were removed to the Courthouse auditorium in order that all who desire to attend could be seated People living out of town are invited to come in comforta ble seats for every body Fine preaching and inspiring singing The services will Be in progress two weeks longer i Mr Geo E Wilson who has been a very efficient salesman in Mr W L Walkers store for several years ten dered his resignation last Tuesday and purchased onehalf interest in MrJ F Tripletts grocery store He has en t red upon the discharge of his duties at the latter named store and he cordi ally invites his friends to call and see bim Messrs Waddell Gilbert contract ing paintersand decorators of Camp bellsville have finished gainting and sanding the hallways of the Court house and are now engaged on inside finishing work on Judge W W Jones residence They argmen who thorough Jy understand their work the evidence of which nay be seen and admired by justiceWethe brush and drove in the sand on the wails of the aforesaid building but udgeixiand taste The work was badly need eu and it hasbeen well and tastefully done aacl any person who may marr 0 rbowity tlwuld beanely handled esr W5addl ft Gilbrt pent jiver d y in doinytth work bi is sa ntUtwiKiietrb tait or f eILS lIJ I Judge Charles McConnaghy who was convicted at Covington last week for misappropriating funds that belonged to the Citizens National Bank of Monti cello went before the Federal grand jury after his conviction The suposi tion is that his purpose was to indite other parties McGonnaghys sentenceI if for five years but he gets tolstaThe Reed Hardware Company announces that they will open busines in the new Russell block about January st The business will be managea by Mr Geo Robert Reed who has had considerable experience in this line of trade The building will be elegantly fitted in the very latest style of store fixtures and the firm will carry an immense stack of hardware and will also handle all kinds of vehicles Every thing will be new and the store will be the most inviting of any in this section of the country Wait for their open mg The meeting at the Christian church continues and agreat deal of interest is being manifested though only a few additions to the church up to this writ ing The church building is crowded to its fullest capacity at nearly every night service many people from the country attending Eld Pinkerton as is k own here is a strong pnlpit orator a learned Bibical scholar presenting his points in a plain matter of fact way The meeting will continue all fhis week and perhaps longar Everybody is nvited Mr M F Sharp State organizer for the Society of Equity spoke to an audience of farmers at the courthouse last Saturday aft rnoonMr Sharp is a forcible speaker and he is in the county for the purpose of perfecting local organizations As soon as five local unions are organized Adair will be entitled to a county union which will enable the farmers to pool their tobacco and look after the marketing of all farm products IThe American Society of Equity is at tempting to organize the farmers in this part of the State and appointments- for public speaking by men who repre sent the Society are given below The farmers of every community now have an opportunity to hear intelligent gentlemen who are w to andimOremay be had- Milltownj November the9th 1 P M Grady ville at night 7 P M Nell Wednesday Noy 10th 1 P Mv Breeding at night lPM SparksvilleThursday Novell 1 p M Stotts Schoolhouse at night 7 PM Fair Play Friday Nov 12 1 P M i IColumbiaCane Valley night 7 PM A few days ago GovJR Hindnian visited the homestead of his fattier where his brother Charles now resides His attention was called toa flock of geese flying very Jiigh irr the air and the Governor thought they were wild but he was told that they were tame and that they bHtleoged to his brotherj William wwi lives acrpfi tthiCJ from the old hneeead if was fur ther told that they were eqi utL- yuai jom dIe fromim 14ftl gum j 5iuerti hi wd r j 4c a1 f iiiiii Twentyone Years Herfy McGowan who killed Lozier Dunbar in Russell county last April one year ago was tried for the second time in the Russell circuit court last week The jury returned a verdict fixing the accused penishment at twenty one years in the penitentiary About one year ago he was first tried the jury giving him a life sentence The case was appealed and the jndg ment reversedt Last Saturday night was Halloween and if October the 30th had passed out of the minds of the citizens of Co lumbia they were forciblyremindedof the date when they came upon the square Sunday morning Nearly all the entrances to business house were blockaded by rubbish and the footblocks at all the stores removed The action of the ghosts was somewhatannoying but everybody looked upon the scene as an annual occurrence and made but little complaint Occasionally som one would say Now who do ybusup pose did that Here Virgil Conovers janswercould have come in very nicely time he caused the arrest of a few boys in town charging them with turning his horse loose When asked in court who turned his horse loose he allweredI do not know but the one I asked saidhis name was Peter Funk Notice jParties having turkeys for Thanks t should have them fat We want to buy your turkeys and will be able to pay you agood price for thernrGet our prices before you sell Poultry Egg Co 12teNorthern f Thanks We wish to express our many thanks to thaseiho were so kind and good to us during the sickness anddeath of our husband and father Mrs L M Tray lor and Children Preaching Next Sunday I C Sandidge Greensburg 1wtf arger Shiloh Williams Cane Valley R Crawford FJatRock and Burks 1J H Rood Milltown J Turner West Fork iWliJV Levi Greasy Creek BlIiCurrIe Gulmbia ft c A Surprise Dinner v The children of Mr T F Collins who livenear Montpelier knowing that their father who lives in Columbia would reach his sixtyseventh birthday on the 28th of October came in and a delightful dinner was pread at Mr GreensburgstreetI children and a most enjoyable time was spent Mr Collins received several veryjiice presents V ratfrC H Dohoney SquiresiJ e Last Wednesday afternoon at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs S E Squires Mr Chapman Dohoney and Miss Kate Squires were united in marriage Eld Z T Williams officiating There were quitt a number of rela tives and friends present the couple re ceiving many handsome present They near Milltown where the IWillreside reared Weddings ft on Caseys Creek Last Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr W H Monday at Knifley Mr John Bennett was married to Miss Viola Monday the oldest daughterofMI W H Monday A great many friends were present to witness the ceremony which was performed byEId W G Montgomery and to extend the hand of congratulation About the same hour at the home of the brides parents Mr Oscar Arnold was married to Miss Corbin A Complimen- tS V V ra meeting of the State THedical Association held lit Louisville a few day ago Dr Arthur McGormack who is the editor of the State Medical Jour nal commented upon the work of HeUlth offices through ut the Common weathHe spoke of the ine JSciencyJi jpf tt tmany iinditated that there ww only three itf ttee frtlireSvate wh 9 w re doing their tyr He nkmed I fyte+thu wair t 1the1tteompttamrt to Dfr Jr J r Jttti7 111 GONE TO HIS REWARD I Wrn F Jeffries who was a Promi nent Business Man Passes Over the River of Death MANY FRIENDS ATTEND THE FUNERAL The announcement of the death of Mr W F Jeffries on last Wednesday evening brought expressions bf sorrow anydeathed for a long time His sickness was generally known throughout this part of the country and many inquiries were daily made as to his condition and while death was not unexpectechyet its hevartsHe r twentytwo days and only at short intervals was really conscious of his real condition The cause of his deathwas bilious poison though for a few days when first attacked some fever was evident All that njeflieallskilI and good nursing coUldK failed to accomplish the purp sought As a tnwinifight citizen a man of convictlbnd courage without policy rigedly honest and thoroughly reliable under all circumstances and conditions ha had no peer As a business man he enjoyed the good will apdwishes and shared as liberally patronage of the people in this part of the country- as any man could hope to enjoy and well and truly he deserved the confi dence of every one Having been xintf mately associated with him in business and afterwards almost as closely in touch with his trapes ambitions and desires we feel that no one more fully appreciated his real worth a dwe can only say that Columbia has never lpst a truer or more upright man He had as many true friends as any man in this section and none were acquired or held as an asset by deceptive means but only through plain living and square dealing He was born in Russell county No vember the nth 1848 but removed with his parents to this county while very young andwas reared on a farm under the inspiration of energy and honesty which he retained through all his life He was amember of the Zion Baptist church and lived up to his pro e sionaUalong the trying periods of life and died in the faith that beckon on to a happier existence Forming a partnership with his two sons and engaging in the Hardware business success has been attained to a marked degree and while in activ life before age had time to4reduce hs energy with a prpsperous business a well provided home and happy family thesummons came His parents Mr and Mrs T P Jeffries passed over the nver some fewyears ago A brother two pr three sister wif two sons sprvjveI conducted J at the residence by Eld Z T Williams Rev Hulse and assisted by Rev Cur rie in the presence of many relatives and friends who met to pay the last sad rites to an honest upright man who will be greatly missed in the moral social and business circles of our town A husband a father whose good name is a priceless heritage a legacy that will abide and be an inspiration We feel that one of our best friends has been taken and our sympntfiy as well as a great host of others are with the bereaved family It has been said that an honest man is the noblest work of God and truly Mr Wm F Jeffries was honest in all his dealings The interment was in the city ceme tery a large circle of friends and relatives present and beneath a mound covered with flowers his body rests Love for his memor tand sympathy for the bereaved wife and children K Death of fP Combest Friday night October 22 after a long illness Mr F Pierce Combest one of Casey countys mostprominent citizens died at his late home near Phil He was fiftysix years old and since early manhood he was active in the affairs of Casey county A few years a go he served in the lower branch of the Kentucky Legislature and at the time of his death Jie was the President ofthe Commercial Bank of Liberty He had also been a merchant at Phil for many years He was a very successful business man leaving an estate valued at- Il25OOOH was ia very ardent Mason of the Blue Lodge the Chapter and ICarioii Commandry Knights Templar He had many ac- quaintancea in Adair county y WJ f ewaaistt Lindeay- WiMpt tS t 1 i ilt Pt FJ i 1t r t llrM 0 Sallee Dead The subject of this writing died last Sunday night at his late home in this county He was a dentist by profes sion having graduated from the school at Nashville a number of years ago Soon after receiving his diploma he opened an office in Columbia practicing here for several years About eight years ago he located in Casey county and until two months ago his location was MiddJeburg For more than a year he had been in declining health and some time in September he return ed home and took hisbed He gradually grew weaker until the end came He was well known throughout this county and news of his death will be received with profound sorrow He was a brotherof the late Judge A E Sallee and was born and reared in a few miles of this place He was about sixtythree years old He is sur vived by three brothers Mr James Sallee who lives in Taylor county Dr IE T Sallee and Mr Warren Sallee of county He also leaves two sis ters Tltemains were interred on the home farm Monday afternoon many friends being present Peace to his memorySof News ISuppression Ieof the problems an editor has to l the often repeated requests of prominent citizensfsometimes valuable patrons of the paper that this or that item of news be withheld from publica tion This is a problem of special diffi culty in the smaller cities and towns In the larger cities such requests are not so frequently made and it is easier to follow a general rule on the subject jSpeaking of cases of this kind in which matters whose suppression sought constitute legitimate items of newEL the Oberlin 0 News says People come at the newspaper with the timeworn warning that it will do no good to publish these things Publicity is regarded as being almost if not quite as potent a preventive of law breaking as the fear of punishment and the effect of publicity should be considered before rather than after the commission of offenses Tms fear makes the work of the officers of the law easier and the publics hould know what is going on in the local courts Newspapers usually are glad to with hold the publication of news which might prove injurious to the good names of any individual or work harm to his business but there is a class of peoplewho make a habit of trying to suppress everything with which some of their friends are connected Many years of experience teaches us that rid newspaper ever made any friends or realized any benefits from suppressing the legitimate things the public ought to know Monday County Court was mule day in Columbia Henry Altsheier of Horse Cave was here and early in the morning mules commenced to arrive During the day he bought fortyeight head and five head of horses The II mules and horses averaged 140 per head Young Coffey of this place bought fifteen head of mules at front- 9000 to 8180 per head Bob Royse bought an extra pan for 325 and Geo Hunn one pair for 250jrcaking in alfabout 9000 paid for mules anda few horses IttShOt kthe Shoulder t Vt A trouble between Henry Bardin and Rube Lavender terminated the latter getting badly shot in the right shoulder last Friday afternoon The parties live on adjoining farms rear Chanc f postoffice in the Southern portion of r this county They have not been on the best of terms as we understand irsorne time Friday afternoon Bar din and Lavendermet and the former notified the latter that his stock was bothering him Hot words followed Bardin having a gun Lavender started toward him when Bardin shot striking Lavender in the shoulder making a very ugly wound Dr Cart wright dressed the wound The factSg will be brought out at the examining trialSr Painful Accident iy t TMXrJ N Meadows of Jamestown who was voted for as the DemocratScandidate for County Attorney of Rus sell county met with a misfortune one Tiight last week He was at the tIoffice feaning against a tree waiting forth mail to be opened When theTf mail was ready foe distribution made aquick step fOr the office door h sppir frbmnder him bre k 1 r ui the JtoMb ene of hii ankha He wu arr hoc ma yw1e I a pII7Sie1aId2ICSd the iractare DIt is new a1e is be OUfOIl cteesci I 4h z p jfi r 1 1Jr 4f 71 tPt f f t ti w I J f i 1lc f sj jr T 7 I v r r qt I2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS jt f l Interesting to Teachers The Teachers Association of Division 1 which was held in Cane Valley Saturday Oct the 16th was full of energy and en thiisiasm from start to finishtThe opening exercises were conducted by Rev J H Rood who delivered an able and appro priate address on the purposes of the meeting His words in regard to the duty of patrons and teachers to attend associations were especially strong impressive and effec ttye He was followed by W W Kerr principal of the cane Val ley sch olwho in the name of the good people of Cane Valley extended to the visiting teachers a hearty welcome In response Mrs Georgia Shelv ton made an inspiring talk that started the machinery of the Association going and with rare tact and skill infused into the meeting that feeling of good will and fellowship that is so neces Sly to success The discussion of the subject Teachers knowledge outside of sfllbjects taught was opened by Miss Celeste Shirley who in an able and interesting talk show e4 clearly that if we are success ful teachers we must know many things that are not in the tex books The subject was closed with few well chosen remarks by Rev J H Rood How to make History interesting This subject was handled f by Mr Rhue Squires in an ior1ginalmanner that impressed his hearers with the fact that he r was well acquainted with his subject and knew how to handl- the difficulties that arise in its teaching V At the close of this talk the Association adjourned for the noon hour and partook of a bountiful dinner prepared by the hospitable people of Cane ValleyThe program in the afternoon was opened with recitations and stings by the pupils of the Cane Cane Valley school They received many compli ments for the manner in whit they entertained the audience The regular work of the afte noon session was opened by Miss Fannie Smythe with a splendid l paper on the Ultimate end of the Common School Her essay was an inspiration to teachers and showd clearly what should be the end and aim of anyone who is interested with r toe sacred duty of training the WcildThe value of Poetry Stories end Songs was ably handled ty Miss Lizzie Blevins who proved Clearly and forcibly that t School that is run without stories jSOngs and poetry soon dies and t lses its usefulness from lack of interest on the part of the teacher and pupils v It is to be hoped that Miss Blevihs talk on this subject nay cause us as teachers to make a greater use of these powerful means of arousing interest and creating within the pupil a de- Sire for a nobler and higher life S This was followed by a general discussion of the subject My7 I Wirst day in School f 4v Many experiences humurous n1sad were related which E ipr4ves that as teachers we have t t rit troubles in common tfl Jii silK jray Nery effectively j t f f t 1t I Jr jt y handledthesubjctA Compari son of Theories and Facts Concerning Teaching i She clearly defined the differences between the two orthatbut quite another toap p prlyRev J H Rood closed the subject by getting off a splendid joke on your humble scribe which was much enjoyed by the audience The benefits I have derived from Teachers Institute was next discussed by W W Kerr How I interest my pupils This subject was opend by Miss Willard Huffaker She spoke a telling truth when she said This is an easy subject to talon but hard to put in practice From beginning to end her speech abounded in things that were practical and to the point bringing out many new ideas on the subjcet of interesting pupils spMrsman and Rev J H Rood related a few latheirhighly appreciated by their hearersIn Mrs Shelton ex pressed her appreciation of the edtwere entertained by the ValleyaMrs Shelton shows the true spirit of the teacher and knows how to speak an encouraging word to lighten lifes burden Miss Pearl Hindman in a few well chosen words complimented the work of the Association and asserted that it was one of atetended mThisappreciated by the people a Cane Valley and the writer who did the best that he could in an humble way to make the Assc ciation a success For when we have done the best that our talents will allow it is a great satisfaction to have some on speaka word of commendation Miss Hindman knows how to proh Irsong God be with you until wwmeet again the Association was dismissed by Rev JRRood Tljie crowd with hearty hand greetJngsday had been pleasantly and profitably spentjlW W Kerr Vice Pres 4young girls are VirtJms of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt curp from Dr Kings New Life PiUs tre nehepr u e blood and strond nerves and build upj your health Try them 25c at Paull Drug Co 1 J ntedI So many menf have i v flying machines lately that one cannot help wondering why some of them did not make their inventions a good while ago Nearly every day notes the Philadel phia Record some new man appears with a machine on which he flies five to eight minutes at the end of which time something goes wrong with his machine If the inventors shall be as simul taneous in perfecting their inven tionsas the y iinbringing the out we shtll jEra ft many Otts1 01 1 nQwlave f T rl irt rl t 06c1 vythr Fair Gerrymanders- As the redistricting problem in this State is the burning political question of the dayand Govern Willson has appointed atom mission to prepare a bill to esent to the members of the eneral 4interformer Governor Beckham in an editorial in the Frankfort Journal asks the question Is Governor Willson a candidate for the Senate In discussing the gerrymanders of this and other States Beckham maintains that the gerrymanders made by the Democrats in Kentucky are much fairer to the Republicans than gerrymanders of Republican States have been to the Demo thatks men in power should preach andI practice the doctride of the en Rule and that if Governor Willsorr really is in earnest in demanding that the people gee a square deal that he should end his time while in the East lecturing t 0 the Republican officeholders of the New Eng nd States on the neccessity of fair gerrymanders n Still Hale and Hearty A special from Bourbon county states Sanford Talbott entertain a party of friends in honor of his 95th birthday Mr Talbott who is hale and hearty recently visited the voting and registration booth He was married in 1848 to Miss Amanda Jones who is now in her eightsixth year He is a stauch Democrat having cast his first vote in 1836 for President Mr Talbott was born in the easternsection of Bourbon county and there are yet living the following who were his play ates John WSkillman ninety ninetyfourf94 theV latter a next door neighbor Mr Talbott was born near Stony Point Bourbon county id 1814 Hoists Flag of Truce Forever CYnthieana Ky one of the last survi vors of notorious Hatfield McCoy feud of the mountain district of Eastern Kentucky fleeing from bullets that have begun to whizz between factions again is on his ay to British Columbia He stopped off at Minneapolis Minn long enough to give a bit of feud history in the mountains I sold out the little grocery store in Cynthiana left enough money with the old woman and children to keep them and I am going far away from Kentucky Ito British Columbia to begin all over again he said wistfully The reason I am leaVngIl1Y Srthat feud which we thought allover year ago when most of the McCoyIhas Q f to death another Hatfield a dis tape relative of mine My w man couldnt sleep nor eat for fear that J would be the next killed or that I would kill loin McCoy who tried to kill me 159 at 67 years of age J am on m way to make a new home for 1y family uThe McCoys wont kill wo Linen or children any more than Hatfields would kill McCoy wo mmen and children but h don thnkthe life of either McQoy or a HtMeld will JN eferdor- rtyre if noK foreainae tug js lFfiw iIIi f i J r Just a few weeks ago Jim McCoy up and shot a Hatfield Didnt give him a chance to defend himself just shot him in the back and killed him j The Hatfields and McCoys began oiling up their guns and I left There will a lot more blood shed down there in that feud but none of it will be mine Its going to be just like it was 20 years ago when old Bad Anse went to Courtat the county seat and carried a grip filled with six shooters Ill tell you its hard on women folks this killing indolence and Home Indolence is an enemy to home Some men are too lazy to provide decent conveniences at home It is a crime against the happiness of the home for a man to neglect to provide the littl conveniences that will add to the beauty and comfort of the home Say brother take out that old mildewed pillow and put in a pane of glass it is too painful as it is Climb up then and put the bricks on the chimney where th storm of last winter blew them floorIand a few pictures on the wall Put some good books on the shelves and give your family paper to read Study to make yourself useful and to rob home of its bleakness by providing things that add to its comforf and brightness Make the children feel that home is a paradise in which the thrushes of love sing high up in the clear blue sky of the humble heart and you will have no fear of turning out thievesand harlots in years to come 4 4 A Joker seedylooking man entered a store in Trenton the other day rand asked for assistance backing up his request with a long tale of sickness and lack employment With a wink at his clerk the merchant pointed to a friend who happened to be in the place and replied Ask that gentlema- He is the proprietor I am only a clerk The friend received the beggars request in a sympathetic manner and turning to the mer chant remarked This seems to be a worthy case Mr Jones Give him a dollar from the cash register and walked out of the store It was in vain that the mer chant protested that it had been a joke So insistent did th seedy one become thatde boss directions should be carried out that it was finally necessary doso in order to be rid of hi Lippincot sI I f Making Pigs Grow Brains They are making pigs grow brains at the Ohio Agricultural station at Wooster by feeding BSForbes who is in charge of these experiments is haying great suc ordinao Y porkers on diets devised by Dr Forbes and in sixty days the wheteH have crowded their skulls capac styy The pigs showed mpre intelli gence as their brains grew big er They didnt wallow in the mud but gamboled like lambs They didnt grunt and climb wi feedtder lrbrimed bas in cwam rt jjjjjj J A Resolution For New Years The noblest resolution that any citizen could make for the new year would be the resolution to live more faithfully by the gold en rule that sublime principle of conduct for this world and for all the worlds Failure to live by this law causes the chief sorrows and collisions among men says Edwin Markham in Success Let each earnest man search into his words and ways deter mined to find the special manner in which he breaks the golden lawhis special habit that works injustice or unhappiness in his shop his office his home h- icit3He s will find perhaps that in the shop he is in the habit of misplacing tools and this hin ders the work of his comrades thehabit of being late in keeping appointments and thus steals oth er peoples time that in the club he is in the habit of belittling worthy competors and thus Join the gang of thieves who steal re ies in the habit of monopolizing the tr0 dra othersrthat in the city he is in the habit anad thus spoils the comfort of his townsmen that in business he is in the habit of misrepresenting his goods and thus robs under the cover of custom A Novel way to enforce prohi bition made possible under the FitzhughRobinson liquor law limiting the number of saloons in each precinctone to each 500 inhabitantscame to light at Fairfield Texas the other day After having been dry for Some time Fairfield in Freestone county went wet and almost imI mediately applications for permits were filed with the controller for the maximum number of saloons allowed in that precinct The controller approved the ap plications Subsequently there were more applications and the advins ing that the precinct had secured allthe licenses to which it was entitled The disappointed ap saloocns had been opened and that the applicants were taken out by prohibitionists who resorted to that method to continue prohibi tion A tyean Trick touret defending a promissory note went to lunch leaving his books thtoe coumn cil sneaked backed into the room and changed the places of all his book marks In the afternoon the lawyer taking up books ret erred the court to his authorities His lordship noted every volume and page carefully and took the case under considera tion In rendering his opinion he said I was inclined after hearing argument of counsel for defend ant to nonsuit plaintiff but I find after referring to the aut thorities quotedby counsel none of them bear on the case and I am led to think that the gentle man has been willfully trying to insult the court He has refer red me to an action of an iris hrf tman who sued the proprietor of a inonkey for damage for biting onehof toglwyJ tiro f 8ttY larcBpy rk1thrM ily tit of rfJ1t are I ihint I tJ tl r which bears on an action to rer cover on a promissory note Per haps the grossest insult to the2fe court is referred to DiickwortHT versus Boozyman a n actiom fchargingof promise Judentfor plan tiff withcosts W The lawyer never knew what the matter was and to this day thinks the judge was out of his JiCrime of Poverty fi SflagefIrtwentyJlat Kansas City a few days ago for stealing solder valued at 404 The tragedy of capitalismlis heartebreaking story In all the twentysix years that Evandorf had slaved for the Santa Fe8e had not allowed himself a day letesand he had dumbly submittedto- it His wage was but a pittance 1 and the poverty of his home or what passed for his home Was extremely pathetic The 430 dollars he received per barely made thtsad ends meet J Scant and coarse was the food and raiMent and the shelter was just sufficient to preserve lifeS It is not strange that in such a hovel Evendorfs wife fell sick and that his daughter was an invalid This poor wage sUve could not decently provide for his mate and his offspring Po= verty bred disease and misery Evandorf told the officers of the law with tears in his eyes that he had taken thecsolder that he might buy i pai shoes IOh the tragedy of capitalismj The horror of a damnable system in which poverty is a crime and misery is punished by lawi There are thousands and thou= V sands of Evandorfs in capital ism the victims of legalized rob bery who are driven to take a pinch of what rightly belongs to them and are then arrested and punished as theives Was Evandorf guilty of stealing JHad he not been robbed by the Santa Fe for twentysix long years Had not the surplus value of his labor been stolen tfbm him day by day by the selfish grasft- ing power of mammon whiCh owned and controlled his Weans of subsistenceWho not steal to allay she hunger pangs ofa sick wife or to buy shoesf or a child Evandorf was anything but a thief He had all the instincts andsensibilities of a man tender sympathetic and loving He had a just sense o oblifation to his offspring and theact he committed f was not theft at all He should not have been arrested and punished fare committed no crime in the eves of God or 1manWould the Great Soiil ofrr Cair lee the Man of Sorrow whorhad note where tQlaYhisroynounce poor Eyaiidf guilty of stealing ands brahii him as a thief TMK S f ISy Brother would He 1 K tr A Stelded 6ays Shrieks s NanaTailorwhen all thought he would die Beck len a Arnica Salt irhqlly cured liixi tnsWJJ1pwJ it Paur i iuI tr 1f s h ijt t l iftN Yr j 1f l JI t jf1l14 I i + u THE AtfAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 = t News Notes I s isIat Bardstown Lexington was chosen as the next meeting place of the Kentucky Medical Association a Six men were killed in a head Jt cohesion on the Pennsylvania railroadnear Collinsville 0 Er Tames H Carlisle the venerable president emeritus of Wbfford College is dead at SpartanburgS C Robert S Lovett was elected president of the Union Pacific railroad to succeed the late E H Harriman Earthquake shocks in the vicinity of Mt Etna and the activity of Mt Vesuvius have caused much alarm in Italy The fiveyearold daughter of William Symonds of Evansville Ind fell into a tub hot water and was fatally scalded A man calling himself Francis M Schlatter the r vine Healer was found dead in a hotel at Hastings Neb Doctors say he died of old age He was wide ly known Twentyfive persons were nglofThe lake supplies water for the capital Dr S G Bingham and W BI Avant a t Georgetown S nslaughterJley der several weeks ago of Dr Binghams wife John C Roberts recently con senItencon has been indicted on the same liarge hythe Federal grand jury at Covington Lyman McCarty for tha past pasIsengerand Ohio Railroad Company in New York died in that city following an operation for malig nant cancer Battling Nelson and Al Wol gastwere matched to fight 45 rounds for the worlds lightweight championship on Thanks giving day The fight will take place at Los Angeles before the Pacific Athletic Club Dave McQueen the Negro who LexingItonarrival at Lexington from East St Louis where he was ar rested He maintains he shot Mr Yandell in selfdefence- At Oklahoma City H H Coop er shot and fatally wounded sDrewry A Wallace a real es dealer and then for several teI atIiSurrendered to an officer iA lEICommissioner of Pennsylvania a i mct of 450 acres of land on the Allegheny Mountains near Cres jiPa as a gift in recognition 1e States great fight against ri fiS rculosis r Farm Notes ftfortable quarters for the y and good silo are important jHSVin butter makingr herd of highrgrade cows red and well dared for is iirfcing point in making frie butter f r liutter i can bei made in- r u pf but a separator and jMxy room is almost es ir Jsential in modern buttecmaking pi boutIfifteen cents a hundred pounds to feed to pigs from weaning up to a weight of 125 pounds The oldtime spring house is no longer an indispensable factor in farm butter muking The sep arator has made it necessary in most cases Butter should come granular if it is to be of high grade Butter which comes pasty is never of high quality The cream wa too warm when it was churned Dont work a misfitting collar A sore or swelled shoulder will most certainly result Then your horse will be on the pasture when you need him at the plow An occasional pinch of salt peter mixed with the salt given work horses during hot weather will be found beneficialit is cooling and will keep their kid neys active The oldfashioned dashed churn has now gone into disuse except for very small amounts of cream Barrel and power churns are easier to handle and give more satisfactory resultsIgoodarticle deserves an IA package The different size butter tubs should be nicely lined with paraffin paper Usually the home butter maker can sell his product to better adI vantage in pound cakes Separation is a much cheaper and more efficient method of creaming than skimming These hand separators are valuable for small dairies Send to each manufacturer for his catalogue then choose the machine best adapted to your needs I Ginger Snaps A wishbone wont do a man much good unless along with it goes a deal of backbone Many public speeches may be compared to a wheelthe longer the spoke the greater the tire We are never satisfied to have our happines on the installment plan We want it all at once When the blacksmith starts to doctor up a brokendown wagon he doesnt say Lick out your tongueA of ours says that never has any use for an alarmI clock because he cant a lie awake to hear the thing go offIThe genius who grafted a milk weed on a strawberries vine and cream needs only to graft this marvel on sugar cane to outdo Burbank Separate schools for tubercular children may be established in Philadelphia in the near future declares the Medical Journal The new school code specifically prescribes that children suffering from tuberculosis cannot be ad mitted into the public schools and at tide same time provides for the compulsory attendance o fall children between the ages of six and sixteen years It is the opinion ofthe educational officials proI pu pils I have purchssedthetock of grocer andsddleryI If you are in need of fresh groceries or any thing ifl my lirsle irie pl 2t c R = air t tt I r J oJ i f VVrr ltit 0 r1 IWbich Whys and Wtiehs il Which travels at the greatest speed heat or cold Heat for you can easily catch cold Why is a spider a good corres pondent Because he drops ai line by every post Why should the male sex avoid the letter A Because it makes men mean Why are people who stutter not to be relied on Because they are always breaking their words weeIformsn upon one and stand upon the other what color should a secret IIn Inviolate in violet Which had you rather have five silver dollars or a fivedollar bill The latter because you double it when you put it in your pocket and find it inv crease s outtIn what part of the church doI they ring the bells belles At the altar What is that of whichthe com mon sort is best Sense Why is the letter E lik death Because its the end of life Why is a lady in a cotton dress like anything published B e cause she appears in print When is a door not a door1 When its a jar Why would a tanner make a good chemist Because he un derstands oxides ox hidesI IIWhy is a well trained horse benevolent man Be cause it stops at the soundof woe whoa Why is the port of New Haven likea very wonderful phenome t non in acoustics Because it in cludes a part of the sea called the Sou i d and that is the only sound that you cans e When may a man be considered to be really over head and ears in debt When hie owes for his wig Her Foe of 20 IKills merciless Yearsf20 years declares Mrs DyspepsiafIdrinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to getmy health and strength back again AppetitefIo Fortunate Foreigners IThe money collected by benevolent persons in the United States for foreign missions runs yearly into millious of dollars but it is a mere pittance in compassion with the discount made foreigners who buy our protect ed wares We sell them tools from 20 to 100 per cent less than the prices exacted from home purchasers Saws are sold for export at40 percent reduc tion from domestic rates We put the screws to home buyers of screws by asking them 100 percent more than the export price And so it goes thr0ugh the whole range of protected manufacturea 0 f course thet American consumer should in fairness pay no more for what he buys than is demanded QfI Outside consumers but he can not help himself He staggers along as best he can under the weight of taliifexactions im poied by act of Conp rem for the jPhiladelPphi bYi 1 1 ti11o f- EM3t Jl ItW lspecia1aenv to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is heir w to I am prlpared to keep and treat stock iPersons who desire to see me professional ly can find me at my office over Paull Drug CoPhone Residence 96 B R COLUMBIA 8 KY a 3E3BO HO 3CIiE = jMostAnythil1g IThe mosquito casts his vote for the openwork shirt waist Kentucky Red Man The man who lectures on prohibition has a dry subJectrBour JournalrThe poorest man in this world is the one who owns nothing but riches Glasgow Times What does it profit a woman to get her hat on straight if her complexion i s1 t Bourbon Stock Journal Words will not answer for deeds nor forms for facts It is countedeRed Man More than 30 000 workmen are killed in the course of a year in this country by accidents incidental to their occupatiopsI State Board of Health es IThe that 6400 people die in the State of Kentucky annually from tuberculosisiThe Placemakers Bible is tyPOgraPhicallerror are ers instead of peacemakers- The man who laughs so loudly at the rural visitor for trying to mail a letter in the farmalarm box doubtless thinks you get the honey by milking the bees Ohio State Journal IIf we laugh we grow fat If we hope we have bright eyes If we love we are strong If we practice freedom friendship and charity we become conquerors Red Man The melancholy days are come emanated from the pen of a litepteur who didnt know sayr sum and sweet potatoes rierJournal For the Farmer Those hens with the best ap petites and the full cropsare usually the best layersbut they should not be permitted to get too fat t Deep rich soil of an alluvial nature soil which contains plen ty of humus is excellent for planting small fruits It goes without saying that every farmer should keep enough poultry to supply his own needs Further than that it depends up on his convenience to market What is a good hen One that lays 150 eggs a year is good One that lays 200 is among the very best The average farm hen probably lays 100 ggsa year No fruit should be allowed tq to waste as long as there is a possibility of making cider vjnr egar and unfermented grape ice Our orchards are largely what we make them Good cultivation t tender ere and knowledge of c ison make f9i saaccess l7Jf ra f r intrutgrowrna t f Iti rt f l t w JII jp 1 r H4r tj HORD JJR I 0 i DEALERS IN tjt HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES UGLY RUBBERoTIRES BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION i WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CNa jON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL + CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY A os i r rf1 LUMBERWe 0 in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on Ishort notice Our machinery is of the latest and we can meet all reasonable de= mands If you mean to build or repair write or use Phones 32 = 4 32= 3 and 59aA Icall iGRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN ILOCATION Myers Roller Mill I 1 i rIT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock of- GENERAL MERCHANDISE Pfodaee Wanted l w L SIMMONS rtUMBLE KENTUCKY i 7 3 3C3BQHE38E3BE3 3 3 3 3 3f3 33 3 I I FRIIMtrnccMPil4 1 iWA=LG H roB E R I Repairedf Q- i il Old Gold and Silver IlloeationOve Paul cos Dug Store Columbia Ky- i3E3 i 3 3 3 3 3 Q8Q 3OE 3 3a3f3al3 3 f iE i7i nEmiEIEf 7t r7iEmOE- K l w- m Dr James Menziesiw7l c OSTEOPATHY 1C 7K Il v CONSULTATION AND utcevQ EXAMINATION FREE AT RESIDENCE m in- C Columbia Kentucky C K ii- cwviwwwwviwri v k W riviwv-iwviirmmI COTOIOIOIOI01o FRANK CORCORAN I t k4HIMarble 9 Granite iCemeterywork See US before 7 cRepresented by C G JEFFRIES in you huyix adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon KyH fxW J The Adair County News and Courier Journal Both One Year for 150 In selecting your flock for next Years work see that they are all in perfect condition selling any which are not Teach those turkeys that they have no right to St anywhere but at home and you will come nearer to finding all of them S about thanksgiving time 51ie 4ending and I growing qf little ai k1s an hurt which eVbry L i fi1 1S t J fjJ tb iJ J one must learn before they can wish for success in poultry rais ing However hits worth the troubleI V c pairitttspray or mixed with whitewash I is one of the cheapest and bestw1 materials for killing insects in h the PQPltry houe Itiilli 11Jhereyerltto be J 1 t ilit iii il r r r J f 1 V k I f 15 t Jx r fM f y III i- 444f f w j THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWSf 1nir 01tfit1i UIj f Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adafc County News Company J iJJJW INCORPORATED rf I CHJSS HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests vofColumbia and the people ofAdair iT rBBd adjacent countiesIBntercd at the Columbia PoatoEce as second ciaca mail t matterIy o WED NOV 3t 1909 You count chickens before they 4iatch you cant always deter mine future by the past The Cook and Peary contro versity is still on deck and will probably remain an unsettled i question for some time John Stewart Kennedy law yer financier and philanthropist rdied in New York of whooping i cough He was within two months of his eightieth birthday When the people have heard the Representative of the Ameri can Society of Equity they will be in better position to deterI mine the worth and o rr suclijan organizaticn 1 Engineer Roscoe Leech was y killed and Engineer John Down ey aId Fireman Byrd injured n iacollision between freight ron tlie Queen and Crescent nea McKinney Station Ky The victims were from Danville BYrd will die- European policies promise several matters of interest this week The British House of Commons adjourns oinaFriday acid the budget p which opponents of the Gov ernment declarers scheduled for defeat wilLthen be in the hands of the Houseo Lords n i Cadet Eugene E Byrne who was njuredin Saturday s football game between the Army team and Harvard died at 635 oclock Sunday morning His father former chief of police r John Byrne of Buffalo was with h m when hedied Two bombs were exploded in the downtown section of Chicago Sunday The explosions took place in buildings in which itis V said gambling clubs are being operated The explosions caused i panics in hotels and theaters but no one was injured The News is twelve years old ft this issue Within that time itu has striven to be of material worth to this section as well as a thekFjgood it could as little as the bad f aspossible holding up the shi boleth of hope and good will and progress instead of dissention v 7 and indifference vf r rz The political contest is now febver and the people of Columbia v and Greensburg ought to take up 4 y the proposition of building they f Railroad or the finishing of the 10 pike between the two places f With better shipping facilities of even with better transporation t for comers and goers Columbia r f would take on new life industri t ously and grow beyond the fond fai f enthufaastic The good to Jbe derived is too apparentto lbva Jn efir ffjDitt1l treated arid the timeispe i t 7acWoo I i lE 1 Hu I ft t a +j1 1 X r 1 Sf r l i 7II r 1a THE RESULTS Or rI TUESDAYS i ELECTION t r IZY Bertram DemocraticsCandidate four thetStatet liE J rfWe Carries the County bY at l r r Good Majority V Gordon Montgomery is the Winner in the Race for CountyAttorney- Over M Rey Yarberry by Ninety Majority t Walker Bryant Defeats T R Stults for County Court Clerk by a Majority of One Hundred and Sixtyeight Uncle Pqik Conover Trots in for Jailer With Eighty three Votes V to Spare f MJ Tim Craveus for Circuit Court Clerk loses to Titus Price by Majority of forty ei br ALIKEIThe Democrats of Adair county- are in good spirits and for the victory won yesterday they feel grateful to their Republican inIiMr Gordon Montgomery de feats Mr M R Yarberry by 90 vote Mr Walker Bryant wins over Mr T R Stults by 182 votes It was a good day for the DemocTats They won every thing theyld went after except the office of Circuit Clerk and jpst that byf lie small iriajorityfof forty eightrjlr Tim B Cravens was the 10J positionrwas publican candidate Mr Cravens made a gallant fight and his defeat was a surprise to his many youngIman in a philosophical manner This and that reason is assigned for his losing but there is nothing todo butt cheerfully submit Mr JK P Conover s elec tion to the office of Jailer was a surprise to us but his friends who were in the field and who worked liked heavers claimed all along that if the Democrats winrThey came to his rescue and as a Hon Nat C Curetpn of Louis ville spoke in the interest of the local Republican candidates at the courthouse last Monday afternoon He is a forcible speak rand his utterances pleased his Republican hearers Dr L C Nell who was a candidate for the State Senate J also addressed the audience but his speech came in the forenoon Mr M Rey Yarberry also presented his claims for the office of County Attorney Ella i L Jl Health of this community is not very good Aat this writing We are having some cold weather We are having plenty of candi dates through this section Mr S L Williams sold oneI calf to Mr Joe Abrell Price known Mr and Mrs JB Abrell and and daughter Mr and Mrs And erson Foleyand daughter were visiting the family of Mr Robert Pike last Sunday Mr Osie Rom n arid wife were visiting at Mr N Bi Dillingham J last Sundayiit Mrs Maud Bryant were visit1 ing her parents Mr and Mrs L r Bottom of the Russell Springs11 last Stu daY night and SuiidaY i l Mr S L W lim8 uih 1Mtr 1r ilsej J f w Ot r Jr it f result he will be the next Jailer of Adair county He was an independent Republican candidate against A W Tarter the present incumbent and the nominee of the Republican party Mr A D Patteson Republican candidate for sheriff and Miss Pearl Hindman Republican can didate for School Superintendent had no opposition both receiving a large vote tlir J M Wolfordrthe Republican candidate forAssessor won easily over his independent Republican candidate W J Bot tom l Pilgrim Grimsley independent candidate for surveyor was de regularnQmineeI t County Judge of Adair county He was his partys nominee and- was elected without opposition IThe reports received from the other counties in this Senatorial district indicate that Dr L C jNell has won his race in the contest for State Senator by a small majority Mr Bertram the Democratic candidate carries Adair and Wayne counties while IMrs Sarah Abrell and Mrs Ella Pike were shopping at Eunice one day last week Hoopingcough is raging in this section Mr T W Bryant and rJ Abrell were in Russell county lone day last week on business The Wolford boys will sing at the Gooden school house Wed nesday night Miss Matra Dillingham was visiting the family of S L Wil hams one night lass week Mrs May Perryman who has been confined to her room for some time is not any better at this writing Mr J B Abrellvas put lip 125 bushelsof appleW they will have a fine time eatirigthem this winter if jtTL Emma- Ayers last Saturday night and Sunday s L urione day last week fna1Weed yS- I v We are having somecdol nights andbig frosts It jjr W L FIetc er is dh sick VJH 9 A i J h ft list i ihe peopl ihth1 section i1 are ver busy sp itSi Henry Garrison sold tyis fWt1j lyiiig just above Price s I crbtkriQirtt1aSextonlarin to1lt Leer TeII r 1 fif tt Jai ell carries Cumberjand Clin majorityfiiii Clinton is reported as only two otesV Ithasa majority of gOO Mr Bertram resides in Clinton homeLshowsman Since writing the above games sage from Mr Bertram states that from the returns received abqutIr cuit Judge and A A Huddle ston candidate for Commonwealths Attorney received a large vote eachrf4eyverel without opposition alligood men and we believe they will make efficient officersI In some of the races we could not get the full vote but it will be published officially after the count is made Thursday FROM ELSEWHEREI Judge L H Thurman defeated CircuitIa majority of one thousandi canIdidwon by a majority of nearly three thousand We take it that the whole Democratic ticket of the city won outSAll the Democratic candidates in Taylor county were successful Mr John Eubank Democrat was reelected Magistrate in Co lumbia district Jo Rosenbaum Democrats was elected in the PickettfKeltner and Milltown district Have not heard from the other districts In the municipal contest the Citizens ticket won J N Meadows Democrat was elected County Attorney of Russell over R ELloyd byasmall majority t r On the first page of the News I is a table showing the full vote of Adair county for the sum of 500 he also sold his gristmill to Mr George Dud ley for 250 We are informed that Mr Garrison will move to- Hart county in the near future Mr and Mrs Lell Moore spent Saturday night at the home of J L Moore Mr Noah Wilson and wife of Milltown visited their parents last Saturday night and Sunday Mrs J L Moore is on the sick list this week WhiteIas r brother Mr Charlie Sparks of this place Mr and Mrs Geo Cole and two little boys were visiting Mr and Mrs Porter Flowers of Gra dyville last Tuesday night Miss Maggie Walker is teaching a very interesting school at this place It goes without say ing she knows what to do in a schoolroom v Mrs Ran Cole has been quite sick for the past week Mr arid Mrs Gillim Breeding Mr Charlie Gowen and Miss Flora Yates are visiting relatives at Rocky Hill this week i Mr ElmerCole was the guest tt7 H of kho Moore last Tuesday itVt i li 1t fP I llr Scott Hill attendedpreadhr ing IJl eat SundayLF108- Tiht 14 Dna is vl5itillg- Mr alnd rrs W- gills 1wweek u YA wtod fkA f J7 f ijP r tti yr Democratic Victory Throughout the St4tt 5 i f t In this county and district our candidates won by te aid 63 good Republicans who openly advocated their election ThevicS tory is not a party triumph for political issues and prejudice gavJj place to local conditions On another page we give the unofficial vote of the county I SparKsvilie iIJ sJ1 The health of this community is very good at presenti Miss Nannie Rowe ofToria visited her sister Mrs L Akin last Sunday r Clem Hamilton and wife of Basil are visiting relatives at this placei i Evan Akin sold hisi farm to L Akin for 500 TalbeTt Coomer sold a halfinl terest in his farmto Bill Coomer Price not known iF Gilpinsold1 one cow to Jasper Cundiff for 30 Misses Anna Shives and Mina Breeding the former of Rugby and the latterof Breeding visit ed at Mr John Mosebys last Saturday night G D Firkin andV visited atRugby Sundak STheconducted by Prof John Pickett- was quite asuccess 1 Jr We are glad to know Mr Pink Corbin who has been sick for some time is better rvf f Mrs Jane England is on the sick list Charlie Gowen visited relatives at Rocky Hill last week The spelling at Wilson Friday night was largely lttendedi Lee Scott and wife have moved to Casey county Messrs Walker Allen were in this community last week buy ing tobacco They bought several crops at lOc Mrs Ellen Morrison is very sick at this ritirtgI We have the finest lIne of MenJs Tailormade Suits ever shown in Colufii ia VTI ilfefRi J t J F N tiI f t y t 1rr Eller t tMr W PEernard wasi Jamestown Wednesda Yk Mr James Stearmart of Gri ders Store was here on business Tuesday 0 R Popplewell and Joseph Crisman were in Somerset o estdayx A Mr Rines with thev Standard Saw Mill Co of Campbells vile was here Wecmesday i li Miss Emma Flanagan of Qditg cord is spending a few days at this place j i Mrs Georgia Tarter who has been visiting the family of MrT Peter Frye at this plac Viiii leave for her home in St L6uiiir r next week Nt J There was preaching at MP yBroi Mr W G Bolin and wife visited at D F Bernards Tuesday night rrjfi HW Edmonds was in lames town SaturdayiProf Bennie Edmonds of Sunshine was here SatiIrdaYlell- route to Russell Springs JtMr W T Mitchell of Elils here looking for cattle thefirst of the week t The infant of Mr and Mrs G C Brown died Thursday andwaV buried at Clear SpringFriday ry M lhrioij D A Arthur Royse anJiwMc= r Columbiatlast Monday 1t r f i J M Campbell has abunch of hogs that has gone wild iHe put several of the boys wit some dogs after them last week fThey caught fiven V r J Zed Akin republican Candidate for justice of the peace W as shaking the bushes in this sectiohlast Tuesday Ii 1 Elroy Roe Sparks i1 e has Mere Friday buying hogs Ewing Stults Co umbia cts business here last Freda y f i PUBLICSALE I h i r OF4SiOrt-hurn Cat tlC t At GLENS RNIEon TuESDA Incabothk charge forateoclocksaeBP U Nsf at OItc1if tr 1 attie avdTJ tq k l T 7- r I 7lr 3 y i c a p f i F 1sp 4 I r tTIo dTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSI i 5 m I 0 AMERICAN BEAUTY Stylt 656 KalMHuoo Corset C MaksaThe American Beauty Corset perfects the formgive corn fort and dubi1ityL J RussellJSCo III I PERSONAL et11 Charley Cabell Mini was in town Monday ft Mr Luther Scholl Jamestown was here last Thursday IiIMiss Sallie Willian exing ton last Thursday j Mr W T HendrIl- tkSOn and hissonJ were here Monday 4 Mr A G Jones sboro was here a few days ago Dr Peter was here 4n due time from Louisville i Mr B F Russell Dimnville was here one day last week i Ft Mr B F Ghewning spent flastSuh day with his family here i J B Riggen of Diunnville jas here the first dif the week Mr J J Biggs revenue officer is with his family monthjMr Jack Thompson the well known shoe man was here last Thursday ess t ijnl R i4 owc AnandviIe were here Monday Mr O B Bertram of Jamestown was here a day or twoof last week tMr C E Guthrie of Row na visit fied relatives in Columbia last week r vMisses Sallie and Mamie Baker have J returned from a pleasant visit to t Monti cello j r 4Mr Jt C 1alandwife of Eunice I were shopping in Col mbia one day last week J 4Mr F M Gabbert who As in the ernie service is at home for this nth iMiss Laura Jackraan whjs makes her jr e in Russell county visited here last week JJBryon Montgomery who is in the re venue service was at home the firspof the week r j RevMMMjIrrel who isin Van dertfilt College TasliyiHer came home to vote v RevJ L Murrell of Campbells ville spent a few days in Adair county lasfc week j Mr JR Christie whs in the mer cantile business J at IChifleJ was here a few days ago Mr Paul Waggener w 10 headquart ers is Lexington isft ending a few fdayj Mr and Mrs Tarrell Rowe of Hart county visited th fam tfof Mr Tal mage Smith last week Mr WH MtCaffreeiis now cashier of a bank in Mound vi Mo His wife will leave this week nbima Misses Julia Eubarikfapd Mable At purkMr Dan Curd representing J M k Robinson Norton jp5o Louisville fi as here taking ordewia fewdays ago Mrs Mattie C pbpand Miss Belle Boglec fHustanville visited the families of Mr A Hunn aJiiUMr J B Coffey last week t Mr H C Hiridman Stamp Deputy whose place of businete is Lebanon was ofryMr C M Baggerlyof Louisville is pending a week ithr Geo RMil ler They are PUt infn a little timc- bing Mrs S flit Pile Glagow to fbe yjsiteher motlierKrs Elizabeth yjjj and liatera home m t days AO helfuidr iMr whcI yi1Ie a a oltege to4te lItf Jtt ci tl zr ifr t 7 r 1 it M1f11 Ilfrs Eliza Willis of Glasgow a for mer re iSent of Columbia is here visitI ing her sisters Mrs J P J Columbia Hotel Rev J H Crawford attended a meeting of Synod at Bowling Green and at- theclOeeof the session he made a short visit to Nashville SanjtiIr J C Sublett who has beendo ing police duty in the Canal Zone re turned home Cane Valley last Satur day He is in poor health and came home to recuperate Mrs Ermine Wilson and Miss Ida Isbell of Russell Springs were shop ping in Columbia last Friday They visited the News office accompanied by Mrs W H Wilson Mr WF Hancock who is employ ed at Frankfort came home to cast his suffrage Mrs Hancock in company with her mother Mrs Sallie Bardshaw a few days in advance of him LOUISVILLE MARKETS alst Quotations on Live Stock J CATTLE Shipping steer v 450525 Beef steers Jx 2254 90 Fat heifers and coyrsy 3 003 50 Cutters 30053 50 Canners v 100200 Bulls T 300350 Feeders u 300350 Stackers VlL 3004 00 Choice milch cows 35 004500 Commm to fair cows 1000r2000 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 kiiI f 770780 Mediums 13Q to 1GO 7707 80 j Pigs 7 72o736 Roughs CvV 700 SHEEP AND LAMBS t Best lambs 550600 Culls U i300400F- atsheep 3003500 v Columbia Market PoULTRYits fvV K E 1 v 22 T lrukeys7 Chickens r Irc 3Ij r tr J Ducks 06 iuo i RAiN0rl i m Wheat j i 1054 Corn 80 r fx irtl H P Hawkins advertises a sale of shorthorn cattle in todays News It will take place November 23 near Stanfordit 3E3I8 3E30Ct a300E3 c I INSURE 1 ohns09Nov squareTuesdaycolor At a voting precinct in Russell coun ty near RowesX Roads Walter Pierce shot and killed Taylor Sullivan We were unable to get the particulars Loston the Stanford road between Russell creek and MrJ NMurrells a gray coat doule breasted slightly worn Will pay 50c for its return Leave it at The Newsoffice irank Pennycuff Mr T F Collins sold the property known as the Baptist Parsonage on Greensburg street to Mr Win Smith of Cane Valley for which he received sixteen hundred dollars Mr Smith will remoddle the dwelling and soon become a citizen of the town Fifth Sunday Meeting IIThe regular Fifth Sunday meeting of Russell Creek Association was at the Salem Baptist Church in Taylor County on Saturday and Sun day October 30th and 31st The attendance was good and the meeting was very interesting The following subjects were earnestly discussed by the brethern Duty of Pastor to a Church Duty of a church to a Pastor Duty of a church to the Association Duty of Baptists to Missions Duty of Baptists t6 Sunday Scho ls Duty of Baptists to Schools and Colleges A very interesting and instructive essay was read byMrsWTUnder wood of Religious Duty which was ordered by the meeting to be printed and distributed to the churches of the Association The next meeting wilirtxe with the pqnty1Cy129 th and 30th 1910 tameGiiitribute prorm for Mid mettaofr ii off1 tI it kt4 i r i t FOR TtJEFAMkLYURCLE t The best way to keep the boys at home is to make itan obJect 0 for them not to go out thseek amusements for these they WJUI have Every farm home ought tolbe made a very heaven on earth to its inmates Not alone the farm home either but all the houses inmthe land Learn each childs nature and then work some home charm t keep him in your circle Of all places praise should be most lavishly used in the family circle How many of TIS keep all our words of kindness for strang ers for those in whom not one spark of vital interestI and to the hearts dependent upon us for sympathy and appreciation have scarcely one cherry t word If we are so niggardly inI the expenditure of the sweet charities of life that we cannot squander commendations on the home folks and strangers toohyI all means let the homefolks come in first for their share Of all the things for which a young person should strive a good character stands easily at the head of the list It may be hard to get on without wealth andeducation but without good character no permanent and en during success can be attained Train your eyes to rest on the brightest spots in i ePass the darkness on the other side One of the sunniest places on earth is r tbesIJot made sacred by the hallowed influences of those we love in our own home The time to have the brightest lamps lit the hottest supper ready to wear the gayest dressI oom 300 Your eOHoaOfa Q Your Homes Barns allYouAgainst ACCld ntIWITH 0 6 Murrell I B w es and hunt up the funiest theIcold rainy night when there butIdoublyIThe father who is chummy with his boy gets down to that eager inquiring restless little soul and explains and encourages gadIto maintain discipline and the mother who sympathizes cuddles and plays with her children can keep her hairbrush on t he dressing table Children need love and sympathy as much as flowers need air and sunshine Time has scattered the snowy flakeson her brow plowed furrows in her cheeks but is she not sweet and beautiful now The lips which have kissed many tear from the childish cheeks are the sweetest lips in all the world The eye is dim yet it grows with the rapt radiance of a holy love which can never fade Oh yes she is a dear old mother Her fsands of time are nearly rthi out but feeble s shels she wifrgo 61Lfartherfor you than will thryiIt earth Yiiiih t vali tI midhighf where tr she cannot o fC see you you cwinbt enG r a prison t I wlosbihai1 keep her out you cannot mount a scaffold too tk l v l r iSffo I r ATTENTION I- P11 tdt 4 Th jFij 1WF Jeffries Sons wii continuepthe satne as in tfre past and the courtesies here t to= fore extended Will be cheerfully carried out The outstanding business will necessarily have to be settled therefore all persons indebted to the firm are revuested to call and pay Until the old business is closed up we will be compelled to sell for cash The undersigned are for past favors promieing to do their best III please in the future toII HORACE JE FRIES m TE JEFFRIES JJ1 i J t i m J 11Notice I Notice I Notice I have been delayed on tHe road tdtf the benefit of all lhose who lid not get their suits J walliuh Ii 1 i ii- t y Special Sale For One Day Only i Saturday Nov 6 j Jii V a w dvfl r jfj you want togetjgQpd goods and saVe inpiiey bb sureand cdmre Saturday Jas this will be yom last chance to got suelr bargains This sale will take place at the il vv l r Columbia Hotel in the Sample ROlmi t f r t la iy J tvI rti P f 6W rlmriea9Sufti9co r OF NEW YORK t t i high for her to reach and bless you In evidence of her death less love then the world shall despise and forsake you when it leaves you by the wayside to die unnoticedthe dar old mother will gather you up in her feeble arms carry you home and tell you of your vIrtues until you almost forget that your soul is disfigured fly vices Love her tenderly and cheer her declining years with hbly devotion stock of Mens Ladies Childrens Shoes are im iJ IanmenseWe make a special Iof highgrade goods i i 1 s i RusseIICof j i t 1 4il0 i J to l IJ l a i LadSea Lid Socety willnieetat thi horns of Ira Jame Garrieti Thurslaj afterBooii at 2 octocfc W I 1ilf f f A large barn which was owned by F M Hale near Russell Springs was consumed by fire on the night of the 26thult It is believed that it was set on fire A binder buggy surry wheat and corn drill and otherkndsof farm implements were consumed One mule and a mare were also burned to death The total loss was 800 No insurance A thorough investigation is being made The indictments in the Federal Court at New York against offi cials of the sugar trust have been dismissed by the Court and the defendants go free These parties were I indicted charged with criminal conspiracy under the antitrust laws The callapse of this prosecution is only another ilustration of the power of the trusts and the helplessness of the people when they appeal to the Courts for relief Exchange Ideas v It is always an intesestippf and agreeable taskto your neigh bor when he tells you how he would run your home or your business if he had a chance AndI it is not always a profitless to let him do so either Many a man has picked up a valuable hint from such gratutious out side advice which he never would have discovered for him self with his face close to his own work J A ministers wife and a lay mans wife have been telling each other at the request of the 0I itorof the Sunday School Ilme8 how each wouicl behave if she were in others shoes i I 0 Jr to ii f c1 t J f i The published advice that hasj been passing between parsonage and pew is brimful of common sense There can be little question that it is needed on both sides Perhaps if the advice were followed by both sides there would be fewer churchv problems than there are rTte Sunday School Times Co 1031 q Walnut Street Philadelphia 1 a Developing Good Dogs First choose the breed Have an ideal animaland work for ft1 Breed from maturedand well bred sows Dont sacrifice inv dividuality to pedigree Breed prolific sows only Avoid crQss breeding and feeding to muchI corn and ice wateras this lessons the vitality and tends to make too light a bone Feed young stockand the breeding sows oats shorts bran and oil mealwith but little corn Give plenty of ex ercise In finishing off a fat hog nothing is ahead of corn and pure wate Give plenty of room in youngiApril litters are the best Keep salt and charcoal by them at all times The growing of frame 4 for the first six months and the keeping of equalsized pigs together ft must be looked to It re quireslnMligence after the i4ek I tl hog is secured to keep im and not s allow it ta degenerate 1 M l f tt iofy c ivv t r IT UT7 r JI t i 0 f 6d kc i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS If L i ia N Time Card In effectMonday Dee 31190- 8SOUtHBOUN TfRAiN Lv Lou LLEA LEBANON Ne27 700 am 942am i362S 815am 1004am- Mo79 505 pm 740 pm lyCoZL 800 pm 1000 pm aK93 6 0pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND BuN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 0 24 548 sin 750 am et8 732 am 10i5 am 28 430 pm 655 pm 13J022 628pm 815 p- mt92732am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are unday trains only C M WISEMAN SON JDiamonds and Precious Stones K Jewlers and Opticians i S 1i Special attention givenI to work and all orders in c of goods in our line i Oposite Music Hall 132 Market let 1st 2d Stlouis illeKy S D CrensIia I VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attne tip t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work dpne at fairprices 1 am Well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONE IIALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMIA POI MEN1 W1LHORE HOTEI W JH UHLtlWORH Prop If FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esGOY11ILLe KY Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 1 Dr James Triplett i Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 2iv Bunbar Jent t it OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 I COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1 Joseph If StoneAt- torneyAMaw tjWillpra ce in this and adjoining counties Jamestown Kentucky I 4iItWI1wureieisU PttaI4IttbU1 j t kfpcuni T Ia St aq 4 piclty L t8 t tMt M 11 g tf1 J illCAUce I tfiitAA s i i0 jt3i l it il 1 i T4 Jones Killed t It was very sad news that came t o Brookfield Thursday forenoon telling of the death by accident of Conductor T J Jones while on duty The accident which caused the almost instant death of the conductor occurred about 930 a m Jones was assisting with the the workand stepped to the main track to adjust a coupler when two loose cars came down the west and struck him in the back His body was caught between the couplers and crushed in a terrible manner The accident hap pened at the east end of Naugies feed mill and was witnesed by W JSturgis and others but none realized until too late that the man was not aware of the approach of the cars from the west The body was carried to the depot and placed in the mens waiting room when Drs Tiffin and Eads were summoned but beIyondcal skill The remains were brought to Brookfield on No 4 and taken to the fami 1 y residence where neighIborsily in arrangement for the bur ial which however will take place at Hannibal the former home of Mrs Jones the daughter of John Holland who came to Brookfield yesterdav to comfort hisdaughter as best he could The funeral will be held at the family residence here this Fri day afternoon at 4 oclock Relatives who arrived in Brook field this morning to attend the funeral are Walter S Jones of St Louis and M R Jones of Sullivan Indiana brothers and T D Jonesof Chillicothe a cousin of thedeceased Accompanied b y the family and a committee from Order of Rallway Conduetors of which deceased was an honored member the remains will leave Brook morningII noon Tom Jones as he was familiarly called by his brother railroad men was a good man a good citizen His untimely death is a loss not only to his family and railroad company but to the community as well He had been in the service of the Burlington 21 years and was a success as a trainman and afterward conduc tor These tragedies come as shocks to communities Those who knew TomJones can hardly realize he is dead and it goes with bout saying that he will be missed by those who have known him long and well The bereaved wife and threeH hildren have thes the entire community upon their j greatloss that of a devoted hus band and fatherThe Brookfield Mo Argus Deceased ay broth 1erof Mrs W T Grissom at h w ne1tiO rs bia ITest His Home Conduct JMy young lady reader IrOU f are looking for your prince just test his home conduct before you accept Mm Dont be guided in yo rchQicebrwh a young man tnYbe in your parlor find o- usat he iz in higmothers sitting ro Donjkb1 YlijstJi t r 1t V he anduiceorturna compli ment or tip his hator carry your small bundle find how agile he is to do a service for his old maid aunt or how he speaks to women folks when his collars are not laundered to suit him If he stands the test catch him quick for he is a rarity Together you may establish a kingdom of heav ena happy home for the home where mutual consideration rules is bound to be a happy one al though it be the top flat in a ten ement or an abode but on the prairies me Naw YrsChoicest S Once long ago the Lord ap peared in a vision of the night to a young man with the offer Askwhat I shall givethee And a decisive moment was that in which the young king weigh ed against all others the thing which he most desired Centuries lie between us and the young king Solomon but stilland especially on each recurring New YearsGod ap pears to each of us with practically the same offer Ask what Ii shall give thee And as with every heart there lies the choice of the gift Were the question an audible one what would your answer be Each recurring New Years in effect says I Ask what I shall give thee And the choice for the coming year may be our choice for all the years of life It is by choice that men seek wealth and learning and by influence And it is not a question of this and that but of this or that To choose is t6 decide be tween to leave as well as to take Therefore what will be our choice for the year before quesItion There is an eminent New York villagetwho never meets any one from the village without inquiries so licitously about its most disrepu table inhabitant the village drunkard and neerdo well who was yea companion in arms during the Civil War His liking for that man really honors him TbImen who would have seemed out of place in his drawing room or in his dining room if the silver was unlockedwe owe a number of fictions most lovable types Good roads and good markets arethe basis upon which high priced farming lands are founded They are the predominating influences in the success of the tillers of the soil It is a credit to Boyle county that a test mod el road is being built from the city limits to tile Mercer county line on the Harrodsburg pike The next test should be made the Perryville pike from Danville to Chaplin river That road is Iprobably traveled by Boyle county people more than any other road in the county and would give the taxpayers an excellent opportunity to say whether or not they desire to have all the roads modernized It will cost something to build these roads but the farmers and traveling public will be the beneficiaries and what helps the farmers helps Danville so that it appears that We could all join ihthe progree sive movement tart1 Jby x- uuodte csii Fial jt sj fr it h tP I ki 1 i sJ F 1 t l A hConstipation Remedy Free There is no action of your daily life of greater importance than to see that your bowels move They should move at least once a day naturally helpIfday you can consider yourself con stipated and it is time you did something about itYou Will be glad to know theris a way out of tho difficulty Lem QuincyIll 7 manyothersDrCaldwellsfriends so they bought it too and It inpraisedidforoneofbuttemporarytabletscatharticmake a great show of doing something Caldwells ration a laxativetonic a 15liquidonly cure the constipation but tono the learnagainsmallpFice foundoutand bowel troubles in old or youngI doetorso that you can test it before buying aboutIor you want A any medical advice write I uW to the doctor and he will answer you fully There no charge for this 19I r23 The address is Dr W Caidwel 500 Caldwell bldg IMonticello Ill Ills Proper Field A colored man was brought be fore a police judge charged with stealing chickens He pleaded guilty and received sentence when the judge asked how it was he managed to lift those chickens rig h tun ci e r the window of th e owners house when there was a dog loose in the yard Hit wouldnt be no use judge said the manst try to splain this thing to yo all Ef yo was to try it you like as not would get yer hide full of shot an get no chickens nuther Ef yo want to engage in any rascality judge yo bet ter stick to de bench whar yo am familiar Ladies Home JournalSr TAKEN up3 hogs came to my place about Sept 1st 1909 One black sow will weigh about 190 Ibs marked crap off each ear Two spotted sows will weigh respectively 40 and 90 pounds both unmarked Owner can get same by proving them paying for this no tice their keep and two barrells of corn destroyed Address J A 50tf WinfreyI After Wills n Pool your tobacco is the appeal made by Commissioner ofI Agriculture M C Rankin as he starts his row on Gov Willson who issued his sensational state ment last Monday morning urg ing the independent to form j leagues and shoot if necessary in the alleged defense of their homes The statement of Corn I missioner Rankin is the first of the guns that will be fired broad side on Governor Willson by the members of the administration whose anger at him is at white heat for issuing his utimely ad vice to the independents This is the last week in the great bat ltIe for the pool men and Commissioner Rankin is going to take the lead of the administration on the side of the pool There 4 will be plenty for Governor Willsoii to answer when he gets back from BostonS LosTA large red steer with white face in the woods on Long View near town Would appreciate any informs tion regarding it JA YoungI 512t Bakerton Ky A pony and double harness for sale The pony drives single and double Apply to Hugh 1loe Columbia KyI foxes Wanted I want flvdred aiidg fitJ fwces W i yiOo 60 aD4 xpress chrgs d1 W THwumf 1i i JI y t fl 27 r I Y M heiIor 2 jit k i jj Yfj l iiii f f J r1 L l1 f rSlI waLENooRFkVz INCORPORATED i Successors to Hubbuch Bro it IAn Old firm in a New Garb c i iE j 4k We are tue same people as strongas er bef re The sam the jIfpc ir Ilo fiE CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIEsfFIlpfyAUl fi i r PAPPP r 71 7iZ a5ir IBu Nl V Il 71cz Will be taken care of in the conscientious manner asiSveiSjefore Nl vf 3 t5 J I IIE rsU Sf K r HUBBUCH BROS 4 MRF WEL Ei fiLOUiSVILLE KY t WAiZ V 522522 W MARKET St roc 7iZVtVt71 7i Iiis is fIA 7li j j fiij j j I j iZ Vl 7fIL l7 fIJr 1 4 + + GET OUR PH1GESON IBEOROUBUy i thw Ff See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleat ICap Roofing put on like tin roof without any nails exposedand is better than anyrin roof It will last a life time without painting We carry in stock V Crimp iand Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubberland ll kinds Paper roofing 2 i Oeblett 13ttos I ON anRriwR E9 t OJitre Cutltry Gq1S J 116 E mniiket St Bet lst 4 Book WAGON MfiTEIRIi Ltouisstille lKeDtueky Telephone 2167otb Phones4 4 s 44 T v if VI V V OI V V vf IIlo If I uJ E3 v f Ii XtNXINxK Fifth Avenue Hotel Il DIr Sf Jf- Refurnished Redecorated andc i S j modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu Ii 1 1 L lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale Q and Retail Districts Churches and I d Theaters 4 Jg fraft i FIFTH AVENUE LOUlSvTLLiiT1 ti y c1 FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS g 1 k I KentuckylV V ji tui77l7iicisIu 11Il 71i K fVI I Ilo II 1 ii VW i 7i W U HARDK I Pres J II COCKE V Pres Rr MfTZSUN Sec W LPyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATfD18i97 MIliliWIT3 mRGft1r4i rrs I DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW ML JS A GRIST MILLS FEED M LLSI1301 THIRTeeNTHrlltHN 2rflSlIILLe SMOKESTACKS SheetIronandlTankWoiicJo1HNUWORK r2 AlJ Kinds of Machinery Iepairdi- ii J 1I iiit lKU66eli Springe iiotel f 11 fJt i OPEflrQ f I 1M= 0 f HEALTH SEEIERS k lt iT tl AnQthe Traveling Public TheBuilg whchs conundiousha Thtableis 1 epuIetiheff RUSELLWINIKtI iIJ 1 M V X i c rH OH l SUBRlI CIDI THE IR COUNTY IVS 3 L iCIRf Jt IIr I 0J tt ft J g ft 4r t 9 r t JwL J t i ii iii jtv v7r i 1 1E JJJ J 1 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 I 1 t rBecks Stored j School athis jlace jias been JisifiisseJ 5n accoiiitgf diph theria Cl i Little Miss Edith Cooper who has ben dangerously sick with Diphtheria is thought to be some better at this writing Farmers are busy iii this corn munity turning ground and sowing wheat v Mr A W Tarter of Columu s tya was visiting his cousini Rev L D T Tarter last Wednesday nIght v Elizabettik Lloyd was visiting RewndMrs D TgTarter last Friday J Tfre first Quarterly Meeting will be heldat Renox next Sat I urd yr and Sunday A large crowrus expected Nina the little daughter of Mr aid Mrs JN Garnett died the20yh with diphtheria She was sick only a short time Medicine did herno good She leaves a father mother two sisters and one brother to mourn their loss JMr and Mrs LMullinix of Ellington Ky were visiting Mr and Mrs E K Taylor last Thurs fday night Miss Lizzie Alexander who is teaching chool on Marrowbone was ysitinglifci parents Mr and Mrs A M Alexander of Allens Creek last Saturday and Sun day r t Mr C q Tray fir of this place attended the fun ral of his cousin Mr J M Trayl near Breeding Tuesday 1j T Gadberry Thejafithof this community jDarnl1 Bros are putting down their saw mill They will be ready to go to sawing in a short time Mrs Lou Loy and her grand t Miss Minnie Loy vis rJdaughter Sbfrona Pierce Mon INday ssuinS are tat and the boys are after them Squire Bill Yates 1and Dallas Morrison are the champions They getem b Villj taton iof Clinton county and MrPag Lewis of Burnside who are attending the L W T S were visiting Mr I i ElicitBulliarnand Mr Zeno Ham mends at Fairplay last Saturday IIIiand Sunday Leonard the litt1 son of Mr and Mrs R W Hurt has the whooping cough JV Rev Pierce preached an inter esting sermon at fierceVOhapel Sunday ir J LrDarnell andwife of Fair4 play visited the family of R T Gadberry Uast Sunday Mr Ciscreo Hoq is doing good business witji his Saw mill at this 1 IIplace ik and Gadberry s ball teams crossed batsgat this place last Saturday Jh score was in favor of Ozark m Mr and Ms Williij Loy and Kf Alvin f Loy vveire visiting Mr I It iBoss Loy and larntly Sunday v t James arid NaugKt Lewis of iJ y laiiplay were visiting their sis ter MrsV Jaspei IG adberry Sat urday night ftThe Sunday School at this I J place is progressing nicely Married on the pJMr Lo m T ylorof tHis place and- rlfijBd Cordia Rdg fswhQ lives nRussell Greek The groom is o rdfperpui itoekV 1radtt and t tL1 IX iJ fe f h i J 4 = f J the bride is a daughter of Mr J L Rodger a prosperous far mer Most of oiir farmers are done sowing wheat Ace Loy was baptized at this place last Saturday evening by Rev Joe Pierce R T Gadberry bought of G G Morrison one mule for 60 Mr and MrsJ L Gadberry visited Squire Petty and family Sunday Hurt McClister are having a good trade at this place II forced Into Exile Mm ppchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from hrrp Mmrotain air he thought would Lure a irightful lung racking cough that had defied all rem edies for two years After six months he returned death dogging his steps Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery he writes and after taking six bottles 1 am aa well as ever It saves thousands yearly from desper arte lumg diseases Infalliblle for Coughs and Colds it dispels Hoarseness and Sore Throat Cures Grip Bron chitis Hemorrhages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough 50c and 1 00 trial bottle free guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Prepare for Cold Weather Have everything in readiness for bad weather It is liable to set in at any time now and should not find the poultryman I unprepared Cold rains which are already here in many sections of the country are liable to result in rheumatism or colds and roup unless the fowls are proper ly housed and well cared for in good dry quarters The scratching shed or pen is a valuable adjunct to every poul try house for the reason that fowls must have natural exer cise especially in the winter time in order for them to keep in the most thrifty and profita ble condition Use plenty of straw for scratching material and keep the fowls busy Careful students of the poultry business estimate that if the farmers of this country would discard the scrubs and use only pure breeds of poultry there would be an increase of 100 per cent in the value of the Ameri can poultry crop Every farmer who still clings to the scrubs should make a personal applica tion of that statement The sooner the poultry raiser secures a flock of hens that lays large eggs the more certain will be his profits from the egg sup ply Fa h year those that lay the nicest eggs should be retain ed for use another year and those that do not come up to the standard should be rejected Epitomist Roy Last Sunday the White Oak and Clear Springs Sunday chools payed the Shiloh Sunday School a friendly visit The meeting was one of the most enjoyabl the writer has attended for sometime They meet at White Oak the fifth Sunday Everybody come with a good lesson It will not be long until the telephone line between Russell Springs an d this place w i 11 be completed Mr W W Holladay and family were the pleasant guests at Mr and MrsBO Hurts lastSunday Mrs Bell Warner who has re sided in Russell county for the last few years was b riedat the A G Bailey grave yard last Tuesday about 3 p iJnr Mr Harvey Conover who has been in the Ylt forihe last tw noiith iri aill I j tSfi iiftJii tfC 7 t 1l rJ ri i J Floating Postoffices Vessels at sea have their own way of posting letters nold Neptunes care A description of these floating postoffices is given in the Strand by the chief officer of the steamship Kalpara- AU watertight tin contains the bag of letters all stamped with English stamps and sealed up to which is attached a note with a donation forthe finder The tin is secured to a raft and dropped overboard care being taken to drop the raft flat on the water so as to keep the flag flytng in or der to attract sttention- I have posted letters in this way several times when passing Santa Cruz Teneriffe and have met with snccess each time There were 90 letters posted to various parts of the world in our last floating postpffice Locked in Cemetery Vault There came near being a tragedy at a funeral in Syden ham Canada William Lawson justice of the peace Elginburg was examining a vault at the cemetery Another gentleman who was in at the same time went out and closed the door after him and as it had a spring lock Lawson was made a prisoner He shouted but owing to the thick wall his cries could not be heard He was forced to stay in the vault all night and until the next afternoon when it so happened there was a funeral to the vault When the mourners opened the vault they were terrified to see Dawson stagger out He was in a terrible condition as a result of his 24 hours confine ment being almost famished Very Likely The depot of Meridian Texas ir about a mile from the busi ness part of the town One night a sleepy weary traveling man said to the darky who was driving him to the hotel Old man why in the name of Heaven did they put this depot so far from town The darky scratched his head in thought and replied Waal boss Is foced to ad mit dat I hasnt give de matter jesII spose dey done dat so as to have de depot as near as possi ble to de railroadLippin- cotts Fooling The Laboring Man President Taft says that it was the intention of the Republicans to put a tax on tea an coffee but were afraid to do so because the people would protest too loudly He said that in a speech in Den ver If that does not give the average man frozen ears we do not know what would The tariff bill as passed taxes all the ne cessitiesof life and it was intended to go still further and tax tea and coffee but they were afraid to For years the Repub licans have been telling thec peo pie that it was the foreigner whop id the tariff tax but now they are willing to admit that the con sumer is the person who is corn pelled to put up the tax All the luxuries are almost free but ne cesseries of life are taxed out of existance And still when the next election is held the laboring sinaiI iirJ jtet4i B if the Republicans and vote for that ticket because it will be claimed that they always legis late in favor of the poor laborer Well if a man does not know enough to vote in his behalf he ought to be burned and that is why we have little sympathy with the laoring man who always votes to put additonal taxes on himself He wants to pay high prices for all he buys and works for the same old price per hour per day or per monthE Town News The Way To Happiness Misfortunes and trials are the greatest educators and the way to happiness does not lie in at tempting to bring our circum stances up to our minds but our minds down to our circumstances Let us build our houses so high on the hilltop of cheerfulness that no shadows may rest upon it and where the morning comes early and the evening tarries late She is to be pitied whose house is in some valley of grief with the longest night and short est day God has put us here to make the world brighter and happier by our lives and everyone of us should study how to be a blessing to others We must get the wrinkles out of our brow and we must have smiling faces Let a man go home at night worn and wearied by the toils of the day and how soothing is a word dictated by a cheerful did position It is sunshine falling on his heart He is happy and the cares of life are forgotten Smiles kind words and looks characterize the children and peace and love have their dwellings there Home should be the center of joy To Keep Cider Sweet Cider should be madeof finely flavored juicy apples perfectly ripe rejecting all that are decay ed or wormy Remember that you get out of the cider press just what you put into it The greatest neatness is necessary throughout the entire process It is better to crush than to grind the apples and as the juice runs through from the press it should pass through a clean looseweave flannel cloth into a perfect clean barrel or keg Let the juice stand two or three days if the ifIwarm do not allow it tO stand more than one day Rack it once a day for four weeks then draw off and bottle and cork tightly This process makes per fect unfermented cider and nothing must be added with a view to preserving it Lay the bottle away on their sides in sawdust in a cold dry place but do not allow to freeze AnotherTake fresh sweet cider put in a vessel over the fire and begin skimming as soon as a particle of scum begins to rise The main point is to remove all traces of pumice from the cider Skim until it readier the boiling but do not allow it to boil then Still pint or quart selfsealing fruit jars overflowing with the Boil ing hot cider and seal at once This is delicious i the flavor being perfectly preserved and will keep all winter Mayflower Prince Born in a Garret To be the birthplace fa real prince is fc dLstinctionfew Amen cin towns can claim Qut it has lately fallen to the lot of- t lt i it i 4 l I lji 1 1r t 0 1 4 Avoid Danger When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dont delaytake Car dui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKECARDIUISII Mrs Luzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn writes For ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES I City Five months ago in a gar ret room ofacneap lodging house in poverty and amid the humblest surroundings the heir to one of the oldest titles in the saIlutesBesides his title and the pride of racethe familys last cher ished possessionthe only herit age in sight for him is poverty and the chance this country gives to all newcomers His father the present holder of the title which is that of Prince of Mount Lebanon ekes out a scanty living by selling colored postcards in a tiny shop or rather a mere corner of a shop sublet from its more pros perous proprietorfar down in the old Bowery section of the boardwalk L Ameer which in Arabic means prince Naghie Shehab is the name of the post card merchant His brother L Ameer Heleen Shehab occu pies a post of even less impor tance in the world He is at present earning a small salary by performing the humble duties of messenger and general utility man in a shop at the other end of thee boardwalkS Yet this little prince despite his inauspicious entrance into life can boast a lineage more distinguished and twice as long as that of any sovereign of Eu rope and besides him the daugh ter of a hundred earls is but the merest parvenu His title is traced in direct descent from Mo- hammed but his family that of the Shehabs was of immemorial nobility when the Arabian pro phet founded his new religion The Shehabs were once pos sessed of wealth that would make even a modern trust magnate envious and it is only in the last few generations that the family has been reduced to its present condition The Shehab brothers came to this country less than a year ago literally driven from the land of their ancestors by the necessity of earning bread r A British antislavery society wants to enlist the aid of Ameri ca in abolishing slavery in Eu ropean colonies in Africa The general rule now appears to be When in doubt trouble or finan cial stress turn to the United StatesIf J XXXXXiXX XiXX m t i WEEKLY COURIER JOURNflL II i 1 HENRY WATTERSON Editor 1 Ic 1Is a National Newspaper Democratic in 3 politics It prints all the news without S fear or favor The regular price is 100 J I 5a COURIERJOURNAL year but you can get the WEEKLY I IANUTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I BOTH ONE YEARj Jti 1 PcLiC110t fc9 the Courier Journal 1 Bailf GourieHournal J Yr 6ffO 4 ISunday Coorief Journal YrS2100S can give youa combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday ifyou will yiite this saper I v r L fit ej tf H r l 8 0 L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS his rw rjONA HOBSON E ts c K TUcKY IWIRE FENCE I Stoves Steel IRangesfr I METAL ROOFINQ I 1 CRUSADER ROOFING 1 WALL PAPERI D00ES = WINDOWS CEMENT LIME BRICK I WALL PLASTER I FURNITURE I I All Kind BUILDERS UardwareI l JGradyville Will Hill and WB Moore spent last Sunday Columbia Several from this place at tended Pre byt ry at Columbia last Sunday Dr L Gi Nell spent several days in Louisville last weekIMr W B Dulin is having his dwellin gpaimed this week Mrs Ella Hindman spent a gay or so in Columbia last week visiting her sister Mrs HA Walker DrJ H Grady was called to see Dr Sallee near Garland one day last week Mrs Lewis Moore is confined to her room with a complication of diseases i Vfrs R L Caldwell and Mrs C OMoss visited Mi and MrsJ WT Moore at Cane Valley one day last week s r MtJBwingStults of Colum hiajwas in our midst one day last week t 1 l Our farmers are all about done sowing wheat and we are glad to note that there has been an un usual large crop sown Farmerst that have not been raising wheat for years have sown this year Quite a number of our young people attendedthe spelling a t lMbntgomery school house Mast Frida y night g rTim Cravens of Colum bra was shaking hands with his friends in our town loot Monday Mr Silas Cain and his son Brack were receiving cattle in Green county last Thursday I Mi Shelby Tarter is having a new dwelling erected on the farm he recently purchased Quite a number of tobacco buy ers are almost daily on our market They are after the Burley yThe prevailing price is 1000 per- T hundred with only a few excep itionsDr B F Taylor the well t knoyn physician pf East Fork r passed through here last Thurs day en route to Columbia Dr Taylor informed us that his firm 5 was buying a considerable lot o tobacco and they expected to bu k all the Burley in this section Mr H A Mosvhewell ofreensburgrv stopped offer for the night w t his brother at this place on his retrri from Cumberland county st Mr L M Wihnore who tr t ccntIy sbld nis ftim near iMs i 1Jf t J Iy-d tt w f u r1H 4IJ 1 l rf J1 fI jr s place started last Wednesday forto Missouri with the view of WIl11morenear future move his family to that State v The tobacco poolers as this section of county know them speeches here last T ursIJ day afternoon to very good sized audience of farmers To satheY least of it our people were pleas ed with the doctrine and found these gentlemen who spoke on citiIzenIt does look like every farmer ought to belong to his own inter est However taking into consideration what the saYy IIat leastI Mrs E V Thompson spent several days at the bed side of her mother Mrs E T Keltner bf East Forli wli o h a dJthe misfortune of falling and break ini one of her limbs a few days ago Your Reported has not yet tped the particulars of this aase Mrs Keltner is wellknown in our town as she lived Here inI this community alKof her life a year or so ago When she moved with her husband to East ForkWe regretted to hear of her sad misfortune Miss Bessie Walker of Brad fordsyille and Mrs Kate Mont j ornery of Columbia spent a few days of last week visiting the family of Mr J D Walker of this community Mr C C Stephens one of url best farmers was in our town last Friday and when he wa asked about his corn crop he inI formed us that he had gathered one hundred barrels and was not half done gethering on his Flow C ers farm We take it that MrI Stephens will make three Nun j dred barrels this season besides his twenty five thousand p ound of Burley tobacco which he sold to J F Perdleton at 1100 per hundred This kind of farming l certainly pays if it is in old Adair county fEIeerlc e BittersSucceed when everything else fait bIn nervous prostration and female we t they are the supreme remedy utho oaads luiVe tedFORKIQNEYLIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE avidegJ Yi S z k rt 3r fts r frr 3r4 I Double Victory for R S A Ia I T M r A few days ago Prof A E Barnes Bon Storniing Colonels marched out to Vaughan Park and defeated t eJaItestown Juveniles by a score of 16 to 6 The R S A boys played as if the pennant lay in thewind and at all times played snappy ball Isbell and Wilson were the batC teries for R S A Isbell did great work getting five hits and four runs Also catching a fine game Our pitcher Wilson did fine work putting down twelvemen and getting four hits and 3 runsI Some fine pla3 B were made in the field Prof Barnes was well pleased with his boys and ex winteripWe appreciate the work done by our college girls We kindly invite all boys and girls to visit us this winter and receive great instruction SECOND GAME The second game was one among many Batteries for R A Isbell and Phelps Isbell pitched a fine game and got two three base hits and struck out twelve men wellipleased with the way everything went off The principal feature of the game was a home run by Wilson Some fine plays were made by our boys and our pitcher Isbell appreciated it very much We wish to thank the Jame = town boys for the courtesy shown and can speak ef them as be Ius fine boys Hoping to see you all this win ter at R S A I remain A Fan From R SA-f ExieJ 2 IHea1th of this community is fairly good at this writing Mr Wallet Marrison of near Mill town was called tothe bed side of his sick mother last week who is very low at this writing theIthis time hapIIone day last week His foot sli cameppvery near breaking his backI The Lonesome Ridge school burningddown last week It caught fire from thestove pipe G Atwell and Tom Rodgers IGa Sassafras log 12 feet long turned out 416 feet of lum ber c Born to the wife of Henry Mothser and baby doing well Mr Jack Frost passed through this community a few nights ago biting everything lie passed Stripping tobacco and sorghum making1 is in full blast in this section SMr SJ J Meadows lost a fine jlMrMel community is repairing his dwelling which adds much to its appearance Yisick tat this writing Vv if JIlarSeveral from his place ert GressedCr ekS9n1 The school at Lonesdriae Iiq e is prod ngnicelY unSse be D4tetn t ViJ J rfl a r IIl j a tr 1J W t r n d I must say that Mr Wright knows how to teach 11 Born to the wife of Till Oaks Sept 15th a son The father is all smile There are plenty ipf candidates in hispart Mr Smeck Pruett of Liletown vas in this section buying tobac a few days ago Mr Roy Irvin of Toledo was familyIiIvIisses Mollie and Annie Kel ley were guests of Misses Lil SaturdayiJulia know how to entertain the young folks G G Atwellpent last Sunday night with uncle Mick Patterson and enjoyed himself fine Mr Till Oaks and wife spent Sunday with the formers sister f Mrs LiddieMeadows Miss Lizzie Oaks of LiletownIhas been visiting her 1weeksplace has moved to Birt Boston s j where he will make a crop next year i A BaKerton cj some real cool gIof Jack Frost Corn is being gathered whicH will beaver Y light crop The Sheriff of Russell county Mr Charlie Hammond came down last week and summond forty men from this county to finish up the jury in the case of Dunbar and McGowan Mrs H C Parrish and son Flowers are visiting relatives and friends in Columbia this weekOn the 23rd inst Miss AnnieI Ilooney Young daughter of Mr land Mas RXpung died ontheir farm in Tennessee The re mains were shipped back to Burkesville and burled on the 216 Miss Lois Dilion visited at her F uncle Ed Morgans one night fir last week t I On last Sunday Mr Bob Fletch Ier and Miss Dollie Firkin eloped to Celina Tenn and were mar ried C D Holland was their guide We wish them a long piy life and their troubles little ones Iw R Goff and son Rankin visiting his parents here Miss Bessie Baker was here shopping one day last week Among those hat were sum moned to Jamestown last Mon day were Messrs J R Need FtKeen H J Gass W S Neath ery Daniel and M W Baker E A Strange G M Dillon G A helm S T Irvin and several others too numerous to mention A little child of W W More head died in Nashville a few ht back gs t June Bugis sowing a wheat crop T We dont know who might happen 1 t Messrs Jack Thompson and George WilsOn of Cave CitY tw Shoe Drummers were here Ia st week tMr Comer with Mainerpun for Bi Gp f was herethis week dyCGof we it toy Alban y lasi urlll 10e lIl Af rE w TOmaS httll sp JUlce s nyWY arlekMJ1tJf5i better iXI2 rsw ifi Ameliand f 4 J q vya Mri i1 JC Xj h tI tr tom r rr 1 WoodsomlJwi Greensburg e e tatuiy rIS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOl x lJEAGIiI Studebakej1ik Jc Birdsell flHburn WaJn== R cJ r A carload of = Oliver Chilled R W A car load ofitDisc Harro4 i r r fAt r Cultivators Corn Rlan r dy fjOne= Horse Corn Dtilll s iI ll ItWill have the greatest and finest of Buggies and other Vehicles ewg showed In this Green River Country ji ea dj for Spring trade iff I j i L BALT AND Imi aIrrA SPECIAL LINE fiv tf 1 imiWill ue r hy knd D1 le1f1ePts t tilJ 1 s 1lft ontheL N R k j r h 2 V r ry srY yy i z r WoodsThe Merchant Mail orders prompiy attended to 7r The Louisvilie Trust IIi j Gtimtiam Saw nB trI i r 1 LOLTISTILE r i r oftevery land and description and the transaction ofa enerai trust bus ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Ekecuterr Adtnuv it y strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receive irion of trust that can be held by an individual i I JItactspfgitd executes trustS of imparvk bal and profitable management guaranteed by its large assets itsxcor porate property its magnificent fireproof office buildihg greatLnancial strength 7 V t cX e odeae aes- e E ao 0es L H BLINDSl ssos + sssgDoors Blinds MouldingsColurnns Porch Mater i Stair Work 7 Interior hEtc Largest Wholesale Sash and Door Itouse l iIn the South iif v ft 1sendYourorder s to us for pmt 0 1 If We hem Ir i E oiI bOUISVrE K4 i i i rish and MrsT rvin went 0to the funeral last Tuesday at V Misses Ellen and Candor Wilr tams called on Mr anr Mrsfl5i C Ooff 1Tharsda Mesdames Dollie Morris aid Mitry Jones of 02 rk and end arevIslting 1Cr and Mrs James dole MrrJ Kor1 o M hs e Jui t f thwy Yaf eow + Sash i jpini J shifjinifent appreciate I Burkesville Booiieviile Dal Parrish ijwnt to Col ia fKrFridaySTinviAto to iur day on lnosy r A Scal4ed tjOvjsshriekslr r fariaio who rriiiaJltbat ckIletJfauibl4t f i WQ fies1aSt Ch ld t t r r 4 ata ray ls