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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x Ai i f 7- eI IAbeif- b r ait 11ntU 1 t t f t t I 4 r VOLUME XII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER lOt 1909 NUMBER St 4 1 t Ef Official Vote of Adair County Election 1909 andDistri t r DiMOO1AT I TICKET i is PH E pry CIN CTS I WEST COLUMBIA 140 115 154 139 108 IQ 101 109 129 118 99 llll 125 US8a1II81 103 120 M154 49 EAST COLUMBIA 266 254 267 263J 143 146 134 m 134 14K 138 132 157 146 110 147 140 153 175 253 54 MILLTOWN 104 97 108 10Q 79 78 7 FS 32 78O 78 799O 79 78 8 4 4t93 18 KELTNER 1032 14 1 99 101 lOb 108 104 104 29 99 103 96 99 99 104 1 15 c GRADYVILLE 98 90 100 91 164 163 165 152 162 169 162 157 164 164 169 1 14 65 17 ELROYVI 168 133 141 ia 140 138 109JIIr35 135 140 141 I39 141 108 137 136 138 5 6rl20 17 HAikoiyio9o21o7 41 40 41 41K32 39 3 5 30 GLENVILLE J19a 180 187 105 10498110J 108 104 111 74 101 107 71 1073001 Jljs WHITE OAK 141 142 139 178J 182 162 178 180 191 148 167 177 178 7 20 LITTLE CAKE89 101 91I 163 163 161 164 148 167 1t 157 168 164 174 16- 3PELLYTONV 4 24l82 8577 85 69 70 64 6j 67 68 73 70 Ji8 58 68 67 69 27r 1512 ROLEY 121 101 123 139 168 167 166 167 187 169 172 162 169 133 149 167 157 168 115 23 CANE VALLEY13 134 149 145 151 147 145 148 138 144 149 146 134 145 138 41 14tEGyPT 76 74 76 7fl 60 60 61 58 142G 6559j 59 58 6116t 5 3 4162 15 r TOTAL 1735fl62217331760hd73 16631581 1636 12f61I64 1603 17101647 14661657 1631 392 1 1 MAJORITY + 87 157 j 501i rRltlI = Indian Summer was with us last week The weather was idealI Ladies of the Methodest Church will give an entertainment Thanksgiving I evening r I Mr L B Hurt will erect a cottage to rent ona lot next to the home of Rev JvF Thompsonirlie rchants are now dressing their windows with many handsome articles suita ie for Christmas presents Xjaave two mare mules coming four andonehorse mule coming six for sale J M Wilson Gradyville Ky Thanksgiving comes on the 25th of the mbnth Turkeys are now beipg fattened and many will be devoured on that day Rube Lavender who was shot by Henry Bardin last week is improving veryslowly but it is genQrally believed jbhatfhe will get well Mr L B Hurt has rented apart ments from Mrs Sallie Bradshaw and = will remove to her property on Burkes yule Street this week The following persons were elected trustees for the town of Columbia last Tuesday A H Ballard John B Cof fey WT McFarland J F Patteson and Charley Sandusky I would be glad to hear from my half lastrheardfrom ten years ago he was liv ing in rpecasf W R Willis f Columbia Ky Mr C F Mullinix and family have removed from Cumberland county to Columbia and are occupying a neat residence near the Fair Grounls recent ly built by Mr Mullinix This a good family of people and we are glad that they have located in our midst I have a good home in the suburbs of Columbia for sale There are six rooms to the dwelling good water and outbuildings a desirable home There are two or more acres of land It lays well all in grass Henry Farlee Ir3t Columbia Ky MrPV Grissom has removed tothe 4Iesidenceon Water street vacated by 4IIr Ed Sinclair and known as the Ed property Mr Sinclair removed residence on the Campbellsville IReedbelow the cemetery vacated by J H Shipp and family Mr Coy E Dudgeon and family are now residents of Columbia They are rooms in the Christian col Soceupyirlg Mr Dddgeon and wife are well acquainted here where they iaad many friends during their stay last year They will be missed from their former homeCane Valley I llraZ T Williams met with a An Htfal accident last Thursday night a few minutes after dark She and Mr f Wi4ams wjefe in a buggy and were en Ttxrce to the courthouse where a meet jag wax in progress When near the reel die of Mrs Marcum the horse ran agpfest an obstruction stopping awl dSatIy4 throwing Mrs Williains fro0 the Vsiide At first it was tlxmghJt I tbt ibsM badjj hrt1 but fortunate lj ao bdiie 1 bi knnd i ttim rli MtRJt J t t4 0 r 1P1eeni1dI REPUBLICAN TICKET Notice To Tax Payersh All state and county taxes that are unpaid on December 1st are subject to the penalty and cost as fixed by law andare going to be collected at once If you wish to save this penalty and extra cost you had better get busy and do some paying This means every taxpayer n Adair county who has not paid on above date this 8th day of Nov 1909 tf W B Patteson S AC Fatal Stabbing 4 serious trouble came up at Webbs X Roads Russell county on election day We do not know the particulars but give the story as it was told to us Edmund Bryant it is said was attacked without provocation by a man named Tarter and after Bryant had ben struck over the head several times with a stick he drew a knife and stabbed Tarter Tarter was conveyed to his home where he lingered several days and died The above statment was gath ered frpm a gentleman who was in Rus sell county last Saturday Good Roads LostJustices The good roads amendment to the Constitution lost in Adair county For the amendment 145 against 462 The following Justices were elected John Eubank Democrat J M Willis Democrat G W Pickett Republican Wm Harvey Republican i J 4 Jo Rosenbaum Democrat r S P Sullivan Republican R M Cooper Republican 1 1IOur Population The census of the town of conoverJThereside of the corporate limits the limits extending onehalf mile from the court house There are fully five hundred people who live just over the line and who are tivns people to all intense and purposessome of them doing business on the square making the number of residents who claim Columbia as their home 1500 t A Dedication On Saturday the 20th day of this month the new Masonic Hall at Har rodsfork church will be dedicated with imposing ceremonies The dedicatory services will either be performed by the Grand Master of the State or by some other brother appointed by him cordiallyneron the ground and everybody is in vited to bring wellfilled baskets It everyMasonpearance 12t The Meeting Closes Eld W H Pinkerton of the Ghris tian Church closed Ins series of ser mons at this place last Sunday night The meeting was in progress for nearly three weeks the audiences growing 14 largely that the services had to be re moved from the Church buildingto court house Notwithstanding theJreat interest manifested only a few cwi need themselTes with the Church As a Bibical scholar Eld Pink rton ranks with the most noted of ak ClrtHKJti rid ktt if a stroof and foreiW speaker a n that people take ebit inlwai J iNDEPENDJ TICKET The song service throughout was elpful and very much enjoyed Will Remove From Columbia The many friends of Mr T R Stults who has been a resident of Columbia for the past sixteen years will regret ctofiplatingseveral places in view but his mind is not yet made up as to the exact point Mr Stults his son Ewing and daught businessIpinion that good situations will be opened to all three of them in a short timE It is that will F Lrrthis family to remain here but should they remove elsewhere their departure would beregretted both by town and county j Town Lots For Sale I have forty town lots in the immediate suburbs of Columbia for sale at 150 per lot They are all building lots I also have two houses and lots in the same locality which I will sell one at 550 the other at 750 I also have a 86QOO farm for sale I can sell ore 3000 worth it a purchaser should want it cut or I will dispose of the entire tract to one party Either sale of farm will include a good dwelling good or chard two good wells anda good spring It is located on the Milltown and Greensburg road in Adair county 10 miles from Greensburg One third cash balance on extended time if purchaser so desires N M TuttnColumbia Ky qg see J E Johnston Milltown Ky tf Graded School Literary SocietyI The first program of the Literary Society rendered by the pupils in Prof Wilsons and Mrs Greys department was given at the Graded School Friday fThe and its careful preparation showed much thought on the part of the teachers while its rendition betokened an aroused interest and ambition on the part of the pupils Every recitation and impersonation was well given and the music bright and catchy The school paper The Chronicle edited by Miss Ella Walker was an unusually strong attractive organ The parents of the pupils in the departments mentioned were invited to the entertainment and all were enthusiastic in their praise of the Graded School Increased admiration for the teach ers and their splendid work is daily voiced by the people of our town The school has already stamped itself with success v f PUBLIC SALE OF- Sfiorthorn Cattle K At GLENBTJRME on TUESDAY NOMBER 23 lrfG9IX S btI taifo Pd DanyillerIXS ip f crgt t i r es coming4om 5 tiiwfc Ijuhctf perved af 12 roclock Site begins at Ip mIt IILj Be sure and attend the rairoadjM atth catait Icdi1 r rtiIr t jtj tit0 i T r rvV PkiSONERS REMOVED TO SOMERSET fxcitement Running High in Rus 2 sell County Over the Killing 4 of Taylor Sullivan bySi j Walter Pierce OFFICERS SAVE PRISONERS FRON A MOB Great excitement has prevailed in Russell county since the killing of Taylor Sullivan by Walter Pierce atRowes X Roads on the day of the election Pierces father was also implicated in the killing Soon after the shooting the Pierces made their escape into Clinton county where they were arrested and lodged in Jail The Russell au thorities were notified and the prisoners brought to the Jamestown bastile Soon after they were landed in Jamestown there evidences of a mob forming and a strong guard was placed at the jailanditwas believed that an effort would have been made Sunday night by the mob to secure the prisoners but the officers maintained the law by spiriting the accused to Somerset jail where they will doubtless remain until the next term of the Russell circuit court Jt is said that whisky was the whole cause of the murder Old Voters Dr JT Lapsley the oldest living graduate of Centre College now in the 91st year of his age on yesterday ast his 70th annual vote He cast his rst vote in the presidential election n 1838 and has never missed a vote since that time He has voted in 18 presidential races anjl is still active and enjoys most excellent health Judge W F Owsley who has fyeen spending the summer with Mr and Mr J E Allen goes Dr Lapsley a few years better He left Danville for- ouisville Monday where on yesterday he cast his 76th annual ballot He cast his first vote in 1832 and is mile and harty at 97 Danville Advo cate About twenty years ago Dr Lapsley was pastor of the Presbyterian Church here and is remembered by quite a number of friends in Adair county Judge Owsley is a native fo Cumber land county and is also wellknown in Columbia For five or six years he was a regular visitor to the Columbia Fair When he left Burkesville where he spent the greater portion of his life he was reputed to be the wealthiest manm Cumberland county He is the father of W F Owsley Jr Action of Cane Valley Bank At a meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Bank Cane Valley Ky held Nov 6th 1909 the following namedgEmtlemen were named as direc tors for next year S G Banks vT G Sublett James Butler J C Bauft T T Tupman W NTSmitfv W I Feese A R Feese and Isf M Hancock toImovbeen a director and Vice President of the bank since it was organized ten dered his resignation as director and J G Sublett was chosen to take his place on the board The board of directors passed a resolution thanking Mr Rice for his services as director and Vice President O WMcAlhster who has been a di rector for the past two years tendered his resignation as a director and Mr James Butler was elected to fill the va candySImmediately following the stockhold ers meeting the new directorsmet and elected the following officers for the en suing year S G Banks was reelected President W N Smith was elected to succeed F P Rice as Vice Prest 0 W Mc Allister was reelected as Cashier and his salary increased to 10000 per month T W Callison was elected as assist ant Cashier Nl4 Hancock was made chairman of the board of Directors the bank is in prosperous healthy condition and will make 8 per cent thisyear JG Sublett Novthe election is over lets look after the Railroad l Come to th- dbdrthous Saturday ev mng4afc eloclookmatter of a Railroad to G enSburg ls N IL Tutt JR pindman Wanted tby cord 4 root wood al Linde- WiI Jji 1f atdedwdandxiii t 3 l itf t iJ1f 10 c t t i J i f1U ACTION OF TIlE FISCAL COURT The lIowingisa a list of claims allowed at the October term of the Adair Fiscal Court 1909 JW Sublett Bro for furn ishing paupers 119 25 G W Rubarts for furnishing paupers 4387 T Bennett for furnishingJroad lumber G R Redmon for furnishingCpaupers J M Campbell for furnishing road lumber 6 25 W H Burress for furnishing opLemmaterial 3 38 Alex Floyd for furnishing pau per 5 00 Wheat Williams for furnishing paupers 37 50 Same for furnishing road ma terial 2 25 J P H F Coffey forrepair ing road tools 4 65 Robt Ingram for furnishing pauper 15 60 A W Roe for servicesas Constable 11 25 Same for serving road orders 2 50 W T Grissom for medical attention to pauper 6 00 Wilmore Moss for furnishing paupers 45 00 W R Knifley for furnishing paupers 32 80 C C Stevens for furnishing paupers 16 73 Dock Grant for damage to plow 3 60 W R Grissom for medical at tention to pauper 5 00 W L Walker for furnishing paupers 224 26 Same for road material 3 16 C Moss for furnishing pauper 13 00 LR Chelf for furnishing pau pers 10786 Martha Taylor for furnishing a pauper 13 00 N R Roach for furnishing pau pert 3900 J G Grove forfur ishing pau pers 1300 Z T Gabbert for medical attention to pauper 10 00 Jas McQueary r road materi al r 400JChapman Bros for furnishing pauper 13 00 W F Jeffries Sons for road paterial u 8 27 Same for material to Courthouse 9 05 Tom Bryant for furnishing pauper 4 00 Wes Smith for bridge lumber 8 20 WJ Ga bert for bridge lumber 2 00 T J Patton for bridge lumber 2135 1 C Harmon for furnishing paupersV 5 00 Dr AVVNeatheiy for medic al attention to pauper 500 iH T Baker Assg for printing ballotsV 26 50 J G Gadfaerry for bridge lum ber60CJo Beard for furnishing p uper52 00 G B Murphy for bridge lum berV 725 Adair County News for printing 113 12 Eubank Sons for furnishing paupers 52 00 J B Jones for 2 pauper coffins 10 00 J N Murrell Co for furn ishing paupers 39 00 Flowers Nell for pauper coffin 5 00 Nell Nell for furnishing pau per 54 25 L E Lowe for work on jail c 6 50 S P Miller for medical attention to pauper 15 00 W W Kirtley for furnishing pauper 12 50 Walker Absher for furnishing pauper 26 00 Coomer Gow n for furnishing paupers 98 00 W L Brockman for burial goods to a pauper 8 52 T B Cravens for services as Stenographer 5 00 W H Cave for repairing Plum Point bridge 5 00 Jo Helton for guarding Major Nelson 3 00 Tom Powell for same services J 3 00 S H Mitchell for same services 3 00 A D Patteson for same ser vices 200 Lewis Dudley for same services 2 00 Pickett Howard for furnishing pauper 6 62 Grider Morrison Co for bridge lumbed 2 74 G R Shelton for services as School Supt 350 00 J Hancock for seryicesasjQun ty Judge ww 250 GSnthe1fo services as 1 XIkHinty tty Tv1 250 00 ffiGWhtaeo2o- lQ 1 9 Jhfc Diddietfor 4 e lamber 51 68 Dr U L TaylOr drjnedical attention to pauper 2 5Q Chapman Co for naflsi eJqr VM J l25o CTl1vR fTforftc ri 7CI r i jit I troad g iv iS j S j rii t d iJ iIP k G F Stults for lumber for f road 535 U L Taylor for services as Health Officer 262 50 W E Hancock for bridge lum ber 200 J F Neat for cost in IL LI7 Taylor case 12 95 W B Patteson for cost in same case J f60 H Grady for cost in same t case 2 00 M Russell for cost in same case 2 00 W F Cartwright for cost in J sameCaseV 20OVW R Grissomfor cost in same icase 2OO T R Stults for cost in same case 50- E B Atchison for medical at tention to pauper 2 00 N A McKinley for bridge lumber 5 00 Melvin Petty for furnishing pau perV 13 00 W B Patteson for services as Sheriff 101 55 W B Patteson for serving road orders 22 50 L C Nell for Medical attention to paupers 17X00 J H Pike for bridge lumber 465aS P Miller for poorhouse phy sician 30 00V J Hancock expenses to Sheep Breeders Assn v 10 60 G P Smythe for same services 10 60 R K Young for same services 10 60 G W Pike expenses to Board of Equalization 13 00tS Ray Conover for same ser vices 15 00 T R Stults for same services 15 00 A W Tarter for services as JailorV 187 45 T R Stults for services as County Clerk 7965 Same for maKing road orders c VV 60 20 11 Hancock for viewing outIr oadsI 2900 T R Stults for same services 10 00 S P Sullivan for services as Magistrate 3500 John Eubank for same services 31 00VW E Hancock for same ser vices x 40 00 W Pickett for same services 35 00 o Rosenbaum for same services 36 00 C C Roe for same services 35 00 C G Jeffries for sameservices 5500 T R Stults for Clerk Fiscal CourtV 1200 J Hancock for holding inquests c VV 1500 B V Hovious for furnishing pauper 13 00 tAdairlt T R Stults Clerk Adair County Court certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the list of claims allowed at the October term of the Adair Fiscal Court 1909 Given under my hand this Nov 4th 1909 t A Copy CoByThere are on my premises two black sows with slit in each ear will weigh about 120 pounds have nine pigs Own er can have them by paying feed tiill1 and for this notice i 2tDr CD Moore LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live StockV CATTLE Shipping steer V 450525 Beef steersf V 225490 Fat heifers and cows 300350 Cutters 300350 Canners 100200 Bulls 300350 Feeders VVr 300350 Stockers 300400 04500CommnJ HOGS Choice 160 to 200 770780VMediums 130 to 160 770780 Pigs 720730 Roughs 700 SHEEP AND LAMBS I Best lambs Tv 550600 Culls 3oo4oo Fatsheep 300350V I Columbia MarketV POULTRYVEggsV 24- Trukeys y iyvuv lO Chickens v 8 Ducks 06 GIA1N v v 105 Cornvii i 80 Vlxs Wanted oiv l iI Vti 1 v f r want fivred 1 fof i k paY 15 tOt200tia b gi r tf tjTlI a td 113x22 CpbelsT1 It 1 j t 7F Y e KVr ETTItEiiffiTi lL J rit1 i Flt 1J2 I J fi THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS t t IQemoc ts Swept Kentucky The elections throughout Ken tucky proved to be a regular fete day for a triumphant Democracy and many counties and districts that had wandered from the trwLI V faith and persisted for being joined to their idols re turned to the fold Income cases Republican county officials are entirely supplanted by the majority of the officesI In the contests for Senators and Represenatives to the next Legislature the Democrats made most surprising gains capturing the heretofore most impregnable Republican strongholds by deci 0sive majorities making it evident that the voters had become disI gusted with the cant an hypocri ey of the Republicans in power at Frankfort and only await the 1pportunitythe State Capitol by a majority that will express their truetem per The Democrats elected a great majority of the Circuit Judges and Commonwealths Attorneys to the thirty three judicial dis tricts In the Pineville district Circuit Judge M J Moss Re publican who has occupied the bench for many years was dej feated by W T Davis who ran as an independent Republican He won aver Jndge Moss in every county of the district Laurence Finn the Democrat ic nominee for Railroad Commis sioner in the First district had an easy time defeating his Re publican opponent John P Hasj well The only thing to mark the completeness of the Democrtic victoryithat seemedto be general was in Lexington and Fayettei county where the Democrats went dowa in defeat before the I onslaught of the FusionRepub lican forces headed by Judge Watts Parker for Circuit Judge The only officers the Democrats saved from the wreck were W XF iQair city Represenative in the Legislature and Bradley for County Assessor However oth er Democrats are claiming that the official count will show them tobe winners Louis Times K iThings Worth Knowing India produces about 76pOjOOO tons of coal yearly s Australia has more unexplored orea in proportion to the popula turn than any other country r sv The microbes in the city air ijare fourteen times more than in r country air r +There are nearly 150 languages derived from nearly twenty lin guistic sources spokenin India After working for Heathcoat Co lace manufacturers of Tiverton England for seventy one years William Huxtable las just retired fvi The water that pours over thej l falls of Niagra is wearing thei j rock away at the rate of five yards in four years vVfSome people seem think that if the find goods or money i kU they have to do is to keep the same until some one advertises for it an1f no one advertises they can convert the goods or money to their own use This is not the law and those whodoa not comply with the law may subiectthemseIvestoprosecutioh for larceny Those who find t ajiS have a duty to rfoni thelawproyid that 0 1 4 J v d Ji t rtt 1 i they must perform this duty Is promptly v Chivalry Dead The body of a girl who had taken her own life was found 4n a New York lodging house the other day Beside it was a not addressed to her mother in Canada It read Dear Mother I have lost my job I have no money left to pay my board 1 cannot fin d work and I am afraid to ask help from any man in New York Is the terrible reflection upon American manhood tiiat is irh plied in these words justified by facts Isthe age of chivalry forever passed Did this poor girl actually run the risk she imagined in seeking assistance from a man warthIwords uttered in the extremity of her need there lies a measure of truth to the utter shaming of jour Twentieth century civilization Hundreds of good men in New York would have been ready to help had they known her need and would have expected no concession in return but how was she to know the good men from the bad How was she to tell the man of honor and chivalrous regard for womanhood from the wolf who takes advantage of any Woman that comes within his power No difference in dress would mark the distinction Education and culture are not seals of decency The devil of lust arid impurity too often is garbed in tine raiment and has all the graces of the schools andsociety There lies the danger The girl knew it and sooner than run the rIskshe took her life There is no need for a camf renewIalmuch of the veneer that passes beneath the name the courtesy onsidieratlonforvomen chivjfaIryanhood that will defend it all costs and most loyally when it- is the victim of circumstances and the possibly prey of the vici ous even when its own weak itslihave n o t enoughLouisville Herald English scientists andastronoi mers claim to have discovered changes in the surface of the planet Mars which indicate that physical life is extinct or aboutl to be extinct on the this theory can be substantiated i twill doubtless relieve the minds of some of our earth be ings who have been trying to establish communication between this world and the supposed tin habitants of Mars irigIas ver known died at the Elmendorf Farm of James B Haggin near Lexington Mr Haggin was atr the farm when the horse died Salvator worlds record was 13512 made in 1890 in going time to beat the record of l39i He was foaled in 1886 and wby Imp Prince Charlie out of Salena by tjte ir tIj114h 8Iv toiYi n 11200O- 0ntheturt t f j ifff tri I z rt l lt tM 1X Democratic Louisville j Iilas fair an election as was ever held in Louisville the Democratic nominee for Mayor Mr W 0 Head received a majority of more than three theeticket named with him except three candidates for the Legislature and two School trustees was returned the victor in his race The result is not due to accident t it was achieved neither by fraud nor force It stands as the expressed will of Louisvilles citi zenship It carries with it abundant cause for satIstaction to party followers more than that however it carries with it the obligation of a larger duty which Mr Head and the men elected with him owe to the city that has given them such proof of its confidence Mr Head can do his party no better service than in giving to Louisville an adminis tration free from the dictation of party bosses marked by Jhe appointment of honest and effi cient men to office characterized by economy not niggardliness by nonpartisanship in the conduct of the Police and Fire De partment and dominated by the one purposeto make Democratic Louisville the best governed city in the south Andthe first requisite of good government is the fair expression of the peo pies will at the polls Mr Head haswon a great victory he enters upon a great responsibility beIIlievesto it This however is a questionI for Mr Head and the h city government in Louisville for the next four yea s to answer The actual tangible fact of today r is the Democratic victory and to that victory no man has contributed more than John H Whallen To his influence with the party it is due that the Dem ocrats nominated in convention a ticket that deserves to win to his twentyfourhouraday lobors and his genius for organization is due the fact that the ticket has commanded the suecess which it deserves To John H Wh llenI in chief measure the partys thanks are owed but not to Col Whallen alone Democratic Louisville will not forget in 1911 that Ben Johnson and Henry Prewitt of the State Committee and Democrats of other commu nities made Louisvilles cause their own in 1909 1The vi o f I stTd Sd yIjThe Seed Bed For Winter Wheat enlcessful growth of a wheat crop are well established and fairly well understood With good seed a few simple factors largely de t termine the stand and the yield of the crop anththe quality of the grain produce- di order to secure the ideal condition for seed germination and plant growth a seedbed for planting wheat and other small seeds should not be mellow to too great a depth but gather the soil should be mellow and well pulverized only about as deep as the seed is planted Below that depth the soil should be firm and well settled making a good connection with thesubsoil so that soil iraterStoretj m tasuh SU ft1iIyp draniip i the y surface ioiL u T i rIE ki1lJ ot gf F 7 f 3 t t j The firm soil below the seed well connected with the subsoil supplies the moisture to the seed while the mellow soil above the seedallows sufficient circulation andIgathering the heat of the sun shine during the day and acting as a blanket to conserve the soil heat maintaining more uniform temperature of the soil during the night The mellow soil above the seed conserves the soil moisture act ing as a mulchTtoi keep the water from reaching the surface wherEr it would be rapidly evaporation and the same condi tion favors the growth of the young shoot upward into the air and sunshime The toomellow deep seedbed is almost wholly dependent upon rains for sufficient moisture to germinate the seed and start the young plants In such a seed bed drouth is very apt to injure the crop because of the rapid drying out of the loose soil to the dopth of the plowing In the loose seedbed the crop is not very apt to burn out in sum mer but it is also more apt to freeze out in winter than a seedI Experiment Station Bulletin young girls are Victims of headache as well as older women but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick and ner prueIDrug Co- ITUE HOMEfCIRCLL U A happy family tsbut an ear Her heaven Revenge is the only debt which it is wrong to pay orIIt is nice to be handsome but it is good deal handsomer to be nice Man like the fire is apt to torment women by going out at night A step taken for mother isa tqreiThe best way to manage a wife is to keep yourself always her loverJ lifejChildren need love tenderness flowjers To make home happy is an art an art a good many people have either lost or never found dollarsIthingsIbutjwas just aching to tell some other woman how to do up her hair theIgoverment of children by threatening that which is not performed woImanin thewoTldeU her soj it willkee her young and length en her life j To bring what pleasure and contentmemVwe can into very life is the best way tonll our own- witifbeauty The reason Why women do not proo isiuppo1ob due tO the fact thatthey want to have thestword vefil toni con lof three rsJi Y Tjtk Ji Si ff iitiftI c i A An Eratic Girl Who Has Seen Ha des Miss Elizabeth Magie the girl tvith the graygreen nyes who a few years ago attracted worldwide attention by offering herself to the highest bidder has Startled Chcago with a sociological dissertation entitled A graphic dessertation of hell by one who is acturlly in it Miss Magie in this new decla ration pictures in the servitude in which she says the masses of the American people are living and tells of the suffering hard ships embarrassments and un pleasantness she has endured be cause she is selfsupporting Here are some of her epigrams Iti3 hell to have a superior education and have to work for andobey the commands of ignor anceTo have a sensitive and re fined nature and have to be for ever brushing up against pigs To have an ear for music and have to be tortured by street organs To know that you can do some things better than other people and never have an oppor tunity to prove it To hitch your wagon to a star and then have the darned star start off before you can get into the wagonTo for a little home where you can plant and tend a few flowers and have to live in a little 8x10 hall bedroom Xo hang on to a street car strap with several bundles un der your other arm and see silverharnessed bulldogs riding by in automobiles- To pray for an angel and get a devil To crave the society of clean cultured people and have the janitor invite you to an amusement park To love the bet candy and never have any To have a clear conscience and a clean record and go to bed hungry To have longfaced sancti monious cusses tell you that He Loveth whom He chasteneth To always be in debt to the landlady To have these everlasting dont wOrry and keep smilling signs staring you in the face when you dont know where your next meal is coming jseTtate Law In order that innocent women may be protected 1d future generations spared the sins of their fathers I shall urge upon the next Legislature Kentucky the passage of a bill which will read substantially as follows Section 1 Each male person applying for a license to marry in this Commonwealth shall submit himself to physical examina tion by a competent physician who shall be appointed by the County Judge for that purpose and before said license shall be issued to him the physician making said examination shall state in writing under oath that he is not related by blood or mar riage io the applicant and thatj said applicant is non infested with any vernal disease The fee to said physician for said examination llbe one dollar and shall bepaid by said ppliI cant v Each county Judge in this msnonw altk ahafe at- nextreg jfehe ar term fth oowiy- eoirt held after the pHe ot J VSUj j ii1I 1 if ik p 2 4 this act and every two years thereafter appoint one or more physicians to make the examinations required herein andmay from time to time appoint such other physicians to make said examinations as he may deem prop er In the absence of the Coun ty Judge and all of the qualified physicians appointed by him the clerk to whom the applica tion is made may appoint a phy sician to make the examinations required herein Section 2 If any physician shall make a false statement in the sworn statement required by this act he shall be confined in the penitentiary for period of not less than one year nor more than five years and if any clerkshall issue any marriage license before the examination ofjthe applicant and the filing of thesworn state ment by the examining physi cian as required by this act he shall be fined not less than one hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars Section 3 All laws and parts of laws in conflict with the pro visions of this act are hereby re pealedNo discussion of thejjmerits of this proposed legislation is necessary here Every intelligent reader knows that it ought to be come a law To make it law public opinion must be molded in its favor This isja work for the respectable citizens of the State Let every mal and wo man every respectable society and every church organization sign a petition requesting the passage of this bill I should be pleased to have the opinion of men andwomen from all parts of the State on the proposition and therefore cor respondence with reference thereto is requested The news papers of the State will please copy Respectfully submitted for the consideration of the intelligent citizens of the State Hubert Meredith Greenville Kr Spirit of Working TogethI For the third time this year an American railroad reports that it has operated its lines for 12 months without losing the life of a single passenger The Sata Fe with its 9794miles of active ly operated track takes place with the Burlington and the Pennsylvania onthis roll of hon or The Santa Fp carried 12605 697 passengers without a fatality Wonderful as this efficiency record is its explanation is as marvelous Even more than to heavy rails ballast or equipment says one of the roads officials we attribute the successful record for the year to the spirit of working together which much run through the rank and the of the men operat ing the trains 7In other words American railroading is ridding itself of its greatest operating reproach by sheer will power This is the force that has level ed mountains filled up canyons bridged arms of tnesea itself It can have few loftier dalsin the practical workings of a railroad than the maintenance of the sacredness of humanlife Tbje isj every reason to believe that its success has been repeated upon other lines and that it will bfe extended to oier systems still 5 it becoms a matter upoia- which 14 rIIrd feel a praki lftfen tigt j1r4i0m ii isl t j r rft i t1l r ui 1 r I I r It v r r TT t d H I i f l1 t f 1 t 4 7f 1t X X j i e J c I Z THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t 3 1t JJIiroc tt I FremGame to Game r was rafraid to tell berr1ght out aH ouHhatheloved tier so he began wouldIafraid to demonstrate It Heart trouble she repeated Are MiredYour at times On I know Ivvrgot heart trouble an youirseLfTWhycan see heart trouble They have to feel It Hare you taken anything for 3t No not yet But II want to dontyou know Iben why dont you iiJ gettCant you get it Alfred r 1I dont know Have you tried No not yet Silence for two provoking moments Alfred coldJyiIyes Lets have a game of checkers Boston Herald Walking The ordinary man who is employed indoors throughout the day does not walkenough He needs the fresh air and sunshine of the outdoors and no matter how tired he may be a short I time in the open air will rest him If he has no opportunity to walk during the evening he ought to do it in the morning There is no better tonic N than a two mile walk before going to work Some business men who live some distance from their offices or stores walk down regularly every morning and are greatly benefited thereby No matter how sluggish they may feel on arising the morning walk puts them in good trim for the days work Exercise in the open air starts the blood to circulating in every artery and vein in the entire system opens up the pores of the skin so that the waste matter in the body may beset free Umbers up the joints and muscles and puts one in shape for the duties of the daYSt Joseph Gazette The Meredith Cocoanut George Meredith may not have been an altogether familiar author to the ordinary reader who craves for quick sensation He never came down to the simplicity of Sherlock Holmes or Captain Kettle Meredith required an acute and trained intellect before he L could be appreciated It was once mentioned in referring to the difficulty which some people experience in reading Merediths novels I that the Meredith cocoanut was very hard but that the milk when reached proved to be very sweet papersTwo known firm of fruiterers had an inquiry after these cocoanuts from a country customer The letter was to the effect that having read somewhere that Merediths cocoanuts have had a large sale lately and that the milk was fashionable the writer would like to E b e1 few to tryLondon Tatler Queer Postal Training In China whoever wishes to enter the postal service must give evidence of courage robustness power of endur ance ability to traverse great dis tances over mountains and valleys and through dangerous forests frequented by wild beasts and robbers After this the applicant is sent into uncanny places which are consideIed to be the abodes of evil spirits When the Chi nawan has satisfied the authorities in regard to these matters he is appointed i a letter carrier A Matter of Mind 1 have a great mind to go to the club tonight said Mr J to his wife What she replied with surprise I have a great mind to go to the club tonight Whose she asked Whose what Whose great mind Why my own of course madam Qn and the rising inflection she gave the ejaculation was very provok ing iowa man of fine feeling Taxless Towns fewer than 1500 towns and vil lages in Germany still own and hpve owned down from the middle ages so much common land that their inhabitants pay neither rates nor taxes Five hundred of these townships and villages derive so great a rental from It their lands that they are able in addi tiooi to pay every citizen on New tridIY a bonus of from 25 to fiQCKas his share of the surplus rev ernIe rHad No More Time I cant wait any further for you What are jpu reading anYhow y Iftory James Wait until I finisb this chapter wjil wait until you get to the next cMKia and no longerLoulsvile- rir3ourn1 t v U They Adjourned liit you have Insisted on trying 0l By Bat Mlas Mabel I shall cer iit the forfeit l osftrjcnpw what you mean sir 00 dea this isnt a good place they co e us from the hotelLIfe ri Quite Rare Q Wbat dld you think Qf our ftovtoor theatricals HIM Mamie I rare entertainment was it ja2iKini iamie Weneryes it- tver7 well done to be aure Ejaur JSwitit he incrtt tIt 4uyen r Y ii ofr fI 111I I tjt rt t f tii For Farmers Where blight affectstrees it is recommended that the blighted limbs and fruit be removed and burned When you are ahead of your work it isnt such a hard matter to keep there then there is time for other things It is said to be a good thing when ants are found on plants to look for plant lice and spray with keroseneemulsion 1It has been recommended that the traffic in horned toads be stopped the reason being their usefulness in destroying insects The man who produces noth ing but the best is going to come muchnearer getting his price than stuff he who produces poorer Stuffing poultrynien assert never did make hens lay as it makes them azy and lazy birds never were noted for their laying qualities Sunshine and air are essential to health in chickens as well as to any other live stock on the farm See that the place where they are kept has windows to let the sunshine in and ventilators to bring in fresh air proIIIjust takes chances and ships guaranteeing them to be fresh eggs not knowing how many old nest eggs he has put in or how many have large blood clots and are worthlessiProvide a litter in which seed may be scattered so that the hens will come from the roosts early in the morning and scratch for their breakfast Before go ing to roost at night they may be fed a good ration and they will digest all their crops can hold before morning The sows value depends so largely on her ability to furnish plenty of good milk that we cannot afford to give her corn alone She cannot give as much milk or as good milk on corn alone as she can on half the corn and an added portion of middlings oats or other grain with grass or clover or other vegetables A woman poultry raiser writes that her method of preserving eggs is packing them in dry salt Have the top layer of eggs at least three inches below the sUr- face of the salt Pack in a large jar with the points of the eggsI downwards Cover the top salt over with paraffine She says the eggs will keep for several months i The third annual La Monte l poultry show will be held at La Monte Mo November 2223 and 24th An attractive list of cash prizes silver cups and other val uable specials will be offered No gate fee is charged and big crowds of visitors will attend It isa good show for exhibitors who wants people to see their irdsiMrsJa Staples La Monte Moi is Secretary and will send catalogue to any inter ested parties upon application Chips of Wisdom The surest way to become a fluent talker Is tb born a woman Homicidal insanity is some times caused by defective eye sight and glase s Restore the reason iv tai1i 1t hv er Ninth ountry l i1t L t lj ir lf tS Il f iL J A fib in time saves nine I Compulsory sleeplessness ail Chinese punishment for murder days1JIWild canaries abound in the I Canaries Some of these new women are not really advanced atalltheyIIare only forward Hard cider is so cheap in Switzerland that they sell it by the hourten cents an hour for jaIl one can drink IThe college girls ideal of marI riage is an old couple in dotage that sit and squeeze each others hands under the table all through meal time The Bermudas thanks totheir generous use of onions as a vegetable have the finest complexions in the world Yellow fever and lockjaw will not be abolished till cremation is universally as the worms in theIIeases to the earths surface Washington Post 30H00E3aE38DBDBooon aiIW attention given to Dentistry and Mall diseases which the dumb brute is heir to I am prlpared to keep and treat stock w Persons who desire to see me professional cican find me at my office over Paull Drug Phone Residence 96 B III COLUMBIA S KYa Q3 3 ZttQS Crop Retort Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture James W Rankin today announced the condition of crops in the State as reported to November 1 The report which is the last for 1909 says On the whole the year has been a very favorable one for theIfarmer The weather has almost ideal weather since July lst from which time this report covers The drought of the past year was not evident as enough rain fell duringthe month of July and with the exception of some localities during August and the first part of September when it was real dry the farmers were enabled to harvest every crop and house it nicelyIThe average this State was not very heavy being about eleven bushels A large acreage of corn was plant d this year and in fact is the largest for many years if not the largest ever planted and more attention was given to seedIselection and proper than ever before ft the oats crop in Kentucky this year was a good one as against a failure of last year An average yield for the State this year is twenty bushels per acre The hemp crop this6 ear was exceedingly light l e acreage is only about jTheJY hels per acre the iisual crop of dark tobacco was grown possibly a litcle less than last year and the average yield was produced The acreage of Burley tobacco was very large being about the largest ever grown in the State equality is good and the rcr age yieldris jputt 500 PicKinds per acre for the Stte The fruit crop taken a J iW le was very light1 y bj i l4f4J oijoft l r t 7f It 5 d Forthe Farmer I Put carbolic acid in the whitewash liberally and then hunt for the licethatare not Never close a can containing warm milk unless covered with I 1a piece of cloth to keep out the dust and dirt t Nosuccessful poultry plant was ever built up withO tcare- fuleverlaStingattentionfrom someone IDollar wheat and 70c corn make it still harder to under stand why boys leave the farm IWinter dairying pays Better prices for butter More time to care for the cows Buy and breed with that end in view In the choice of breeds r member the best breedof fowls for your neighbor may be poorly adapted to meet your wantsI IGive ducks intended for breed ing plenty of elbow room Bet ter separ ate them from the ones intended for market Whether a hen is lousy or not she always enjoys a good stl bath See that the hens have a good place to dust the year around you seeSo if we would keep up size in our flocks we should not use undersized hens or im mature Dull ts for breeding pur ItThif they had been sidetracked byt some trust lying in wait Fewer than 8000 people own all the land in Great Britian The farmers in any one of our States alone reduce that showing to a squad e1Westa local issue and the same may be said of the countrys prosper ity in general Cornstalks contain a IargeovJ1 erbalance of starchy materials and should not be used in balan cing a cow ration of corn Remember that dusty roads now will fill next winters dust barrel and it will pay to drop all j other work to get it for a show er will spoil the dust crop for weeks aIfewkeepsithemkeeps them from getting so hungry fowsIfor to give results when trans ferred to harder fare and condi tions They are sure to feel the change g11nowcold weather it will then take so much more feed to keep them going that its a question wheth er or not they will pay even for what they eat Do you value a cow according to the amount of milk shaprOr duces or do you test the mIlK of each individual in the herd and base her worth qn that Th- latteris the onlysaeand sure course V In mating fowls Vetter results will follow if we remember them le has the greatest influence over the offspring hi color and finish The lemale influences size nore t n thmale liaome parts of the country during the p st summer J harvest hfcnds otp dayk The man with the boe4nthee days car i i i 1 t jY tY 1 r17 I MORE CJZ JJ RICE i1 DEALERS IN HARDWARErMILLSUPPLIESBUGGYSUPPLIESi iT BLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION t WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT ON ON SHORT NOTICE GIVE US A CALL I CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY t LUMBER We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest patern and we can meet all reasonable de= mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32= 4 32= 3 and 59 = A GRiDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Millj IIS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT THE RIGHT PLACE See my Stock ofr4OENERAL MERCHANDISE Produce Wanted H W L SIMMONS I riUMBLE KENTUCKY a Q8GBE3BE38 I 30BOHE3BE3H FtThM JGc1vIJ14 I IWATOHifiAKER a I Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired 0- it If Satisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE l Cash for Old Gold and Silver illoea1onOe Paul Cos Dung StoxeColumbia ic- yvWWVVVNV i OCtaE3 WI I I ii 7 7i 71 I i w Dr James Menzies 7 7i OSTEOPATHY iT11 J CONSULTATION AND ttffice 5 EXAMINATION FREE AT RESjDENCE s Columbia Kentucky A 4V t V VWWV 4j k V W hV- jr717r 7i 7i M j j 7F 0 r 2TI1I coioioio FRANK CORCORAN f HipGrade Marble 9Granite ow Cemetery work See US before tr alltkiftd ypifcayiV w Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky 4 M i I The Adair County News and Courier Journal Both One Year forI50t 1feslice of Government land jDont measure your neighbor by his property value He may have spent his life digging with out looking up long enough to l tnanythngabout the won dierfiil sunshine that changed his work into dollars eorce + Into txl4c trjt 7f 1 1 K an exile from home Mountain aIr he thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that had defied all remedies for two years After six months Tie returned death dogging his steps Then I began to useDr Kings New Discovery he write and after taking six bottle lam aa well as evert itsaves thpu andi yearly jfrom desjoer ute lumg diseas Infalliblle for n Coughs and Cold it disptli Hdantness and Sore Throat CtisOiip Broh chitii Hamorrhaf AitiuHia Croup Whooping Couch 6Oc aid r00i trial bottle free guaranteed by Paail Drug Co F 1 it I IITU IIii177 TU7c rE1TJiPi iY 1 i 1J cf l Z d r 1 1 I h TBE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 4 l fSif f 4 J3dRi 1j ufttSIU Published Wednesday F 1aYTIIE J tda1rC0tY News Company l tCHAS s HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the interest rcl the city of Columbia and the people of Adair 84 adjacent counties Vataredat the Columbia Poatoffice as aecond claw man matter iWED NOV 10 1909 i Sine last weeks issue complet Ved the twelfth year of The News sand this being the introductory tf volume thirteen we feel it an appropriate time to tender our thlanks to the many who have made it possible to grow from an old worn out outfit to one of the best equipped newspaper and job KenItuckyhundred dollars to one reaching well up to an average good living Sand from a very limited number uI of substantial friends to several J thousand While The News has all along sought to do good for pits home and itsountry while it has kept the faith and aided in some ictories yet its mission J not complete and its racenot yet run for it is a clear proposition that the more our country im i proves the greater becomes the t desire for more changes from the I old rder of things So it will- still vbe found working in the same channel outlined in its first issue and adhered to from that day to the present It began its existence under the presure of vstrenious political conditions its birth was celebrated by pearly six hundred who agreed to pay one dollar per year tp feed and cloth it while the cpmbined re ceipts from its job presses failed 1tO reach jtswhite pape ac counts Thus it started but its growth hasbeen steady and its friends increased until twenty seven hundred and fifty aTre pledged to its immediate future and its job presses are kept busy lISglaboutand risk was necessary and twelve years have been swept from the calendar of time In- the beginning of itS thirteenth year we feel that it is in better shape to give more meretoriou service to this part of the State = than at any time in the past and while this is true naturally we hope for its many friends to ad i vance its interest by helping tot extend its circulation and output from the job department We I thank the many subscribers for their prompt payments the busi ness people who patronize its columns in advertising and all those who have given us job work To make along story short The News will endeavor to give full value for every dol tIar it receives and if this is done I no more could be expected nor i jasked The building and main taining a local paprthatwill command the respect of the pep pie is not an easy proposition and unless the public show suj3T stantialappr ciati n wf t Jbi i in the compass of the average S mans energies and resources no enterprise can succeed Thepeo v pie and the paper must work to gether their success or failure r 1 f interwvenand under such con t diaohStJier 8i1ght to Jxi no t laxihg of effort to advance The j News pledges anew its esteft LIii lorts j Z i tlt E 4 The surprises of the recent elcfii1thiS county and disr trict seems to tiapJripening throughout thteSu- chan upneavahhas not hap pened in EenfjticTgf Jor y ars and in fact there has never been P1e just like it especially in the Southern and Eastern tiers of counties The entire slump with the exception of Lexington fa vored the Democratic candidates Some of the strongest Republi can counties and districts elect ed Democrats and Independents while in Democratic territory the majoritieswere increased The next Legislature will be over whelmingly Democratic in both branches One of the most peculiar turnsoccurred in the Ju dicial district in which Bell Har land Knox and Whitley counties large Republican vote is cast Judge Moss the present Circuit Judge and regular nominee of his party expressed in a prima ry over Mr Davis was defeated by Davis who made an independ ent race In many other districts and counties the old order of voting was wrecked by independent action and in this Senatorial district a Republican ma jority of cfer two thousand gave way and elected Mr Bertram Democrat by a small majority It is not our purpose to explain the causes beyond the fact that Republicans voted for Demo cratic ndidhtesin preference to the nominees of their own party In this county arid dis trictthose who refused to support the regular nominees were out spoken in giving their reasons and comment is unneces sary In Bother parts of the State we are not advised as to the real issues The fight in Louisville was long drawn out and savored much of bitterness but the Democratic ticket won bYover two thousand votes In Lexington the Fusionists under the Log Cabin defeated the regular Democratic ticket with one or two exceptions Whether the various counties reversing themselves will teach the do minant party a valuable lesson is not yet known but it is a fact that the average citizen regard less of his political affiliation is willing to break away from hidebound methods when the meth Iconception The independent thinker and voter holds the balance of power and it is a good sign of better political life for both parties Before the election the Demo cratic papers were complaining of the wide spread apathy over I the State saying that unless something was done and done quickly the Republicans would win in all the close counties The result shows that the boys in the trenches were at work and were making but little noise As a reward for their quiet and effective efforts the State has been carried by the largest Democrat ic majority for years in the past Many Republican counties went Democratic for the first time The official vote in the Senatorial race ha not been reported it will be cduhted at Mortticello next Monday Mr Bertrams election is onceded by DriLit C Nell Ms opponent by thirteen votes It is impossible to tell the exacta eSI but Mr Bertram says thatlus majority less than one ntodrcfc Mr Bertram ran armarkaMeirtce The Republ lican majority izthe district iimore than tw thousand i i k jJ 1 J jjjT Ic v J iitctio News v itI ij i trLaurel county with trem nd oui Republican majpntyelectd a Democratic Sheriff and aDemo- cratic JailertjfiV In i Christian county did herself pround The Republicans here tofore have been winning by over a thousand majority Last Tuesday the Democrats elected all the county officers by several hundred majority Breathitt county is back in the Democratic column the Demo crats winning in the county races D B Dedwine who was a candidate for Circuit Judge carried the county by nearly eight hundred majority over his Republican opponent- Garrard countyxhas been going Republican largely for many years Last Tuesday she gave a majority for the Democrats Judge I H Thurman Demo crat defeated J W Leyis Re publican in the Eleventh Judi cial district C SjBill Demo crat was elected Commonwealths Attorney in the same district Democrats will have about 52 majority in the House and 14 majority in the State Senate In the Danville Judicial dis trict M C Sanfley Democrat was elected Circuit Judge by a large majority The State of Massachusetts only gave a Republican majority of 8000 It usually goes 65 OOQ Col John H Whalleri is1 given much credit for the splendid victory in Louisville If the Democrats vote for Governor in 1911 like tiy last Tuesdaythe majority in the State will be sixty thousand In the Louisville Maroyalty race Qwen Tyler got less than one thousand votes and eC J Jess than fifty TwentyRepubhcan counties in the State went largely Demo cratic it- In the Glasgow Judicial district Frank EL Daugkerty defeated his Republican opponent for States Attorney by 2600 votes Dick Knott has proven himself to be a very mad prognosticator Mr Newman a former editor of the Louisville Herald told the people in an article a week before the election that the city and county would go Domocratic Hon Joseph E Bertram of Wayne county was the last Democratic Senator from this the 16th district more than twentyfive years ago Another Democratic Bertram has grew upElzy He lives in Clinton and he will be the next Senator from the district Since the election is over there is a good deal of speculative interest in regard to the Changes in the personnel of the head of departments at the Customhouse Louisville It is almost certain thafc some of them will have to go and the Louisville Times says that it is the general opinion that the changes will be made very soon Itis believed that H H Thatcher will succeed George Du Relle as tJnited States Dis trict Attorney and that L F Petty Senator Bradleys Secre tary will be given the Collector ship of the fifth district ffirank Taylor Surveyor of Customs r will not be isturbdd neither will Geo w ong 1Jitd t sates 1 js t r C f f r Several have asked will there bea contest in the Senatorial race We predict that there will not be Bertram has a majority lover Dr NelLon theface ofi the turns of thirteen There age fourteen votes in West Columbia precinct whichwere rejected whenthe count was made all of them for Bertram They can be counted under the law if neces sary is the opinion of all the lawyer of Columbia and there are lawyers here Bill Baileys Experiences at New Orleans Written for the News Bill Bailey was born way back in the eighties in a sequestered little town far up among the mountains of his native State and although His father was a farmer bold With corn and beef aplenty Bill hoed and mowed and held the plow And longed for one and twenty He always loved to see the roads Heaped with beds of gravel And he longed to see the outside world And to spend his time in travel And on his birthday came at last His ma was broken hearted His brother and his sister wept But proudly off Bill started He hadoften read ot the great Mississippi which as he thought must be the greatest curiosity on earth as his teachers used to tell him that it runs uphill He had also read and heard of the beautiful city of New Orleans which he had pictured in his mind to be far superior to the New Jerusalem with its gates of pearls and streets of gold And now tEat this great river that runs up hill andthe beautiful city where allis pleasure and mirth and where sorrow is unknown could be seen at one and the same time Bill decided that he could econ mize by going Jshere first LS bright and early on the morning of his twentyfirst birth day anniversary found Bill Bailey at the railroad station designed to be a wanderer He boarded the first south bound train that day and made straight for New Orleans The train made good speed and so ere noon Bill Bailey stepped off at the New Orleans and northwestern depot the proudest man that had ever en tered the limits of the city He was soon conveyed to a hotel where he was to make headquarters while in the city It took an hour or so to become acqnaint ed with his surroundings but quite early in the afternoon he set tosee the great river which was only a few blocks away He was soon gazing upon the turbid waters of the Great Mississippi But he had scarcely began to admire the grandeur of the scene when a huge pair of jaws showed above the water and almost im mediately a large animal as he supposed began to scramble for a footing uponthe bank near by This lightened Bill considerably and in his offsight he cried out that the world wa coming to an end and that the judgment day was at hand Upon being asked by a policeman who chanced tobe near by for the reason of his be lief Bill declared he had justseen the beast with seven heads and ten horns coming out of the sea But it was an alligatorS Although h e soon j recovered from his plight BilJ was not quite satisfied with his uci4 in sHe badTe m r gLquitE1 ear ly that night and although he occupied a room on the fifth floor at the hotel far out of reach of alligaters sleep seemed to hve d B tecthis pillow His mind was in a reflective mood l In Ms ima nafiomhiir would view and 1 i t i 1 v 1 j f 7 j j t rS review that lonely little cot far up in the mountains from which hev hadso defiantly marched away only that morning Yes mother and sister were there and it was therethat Bill longed to bevbet now his mind would re vert to the great river that runs up hill arid to the beautiful city the joy and mirth of whichare far more attractive than the joys of that city which John beheld while imprisoned on the Isle of P tmos Then he would think Is it possible that I have been deceived that the Mississippi like all other streams only follows a downward path to the sea that trouble and disappointment aboundeth everywhere But being wearied at last in trying to think he turned himself in bed and sought rest and sleep He said to himself sleep is a precious and inestable gift from God It is during leep that the cares and deceptions of the day a r e assuaged and weakened strength refreshed Like a good mother sleep bathes the sleepers brow with a deep silent mist of forgetfulness But why can I not sleep Just tlenhe looked out of the window which happened to be open and lo in the northern horizon he saw a gL eat light He could see that the light was moving Behold it came nearer What could it be he thought Was it possible that the Judg ment Day was at hand and this was Jesus and the angels making this way to earth again Nearer and nearer it came Bill was very much excited Yet nearer andnearer it came until it enter ed his room and turn out to be a huge sworm o lightning bugs Of course they were harmless but before Bill recoved himself fully he listened and behold he heard music in the direction of theriver It was low and sweet at first but now yrs getting louded l ud tand rieaier itc came until a lengthit too made straight for his window This turned out to be a sworm of Mosquitoes They entered the room singing Buzz buzz buzz around his little bed Buzz buzz buzz these big mos quitoes said Buzz buzz buzz well paint old T bamly red And wont there be a hot time a hot time And wont there be a hot time in the old town tonight And you had better bet there was a hot time especially for Bill Bailey He fought the infO sects all night but hastened to the office of the hotel quite early next morning to make prepara tiops to leave the city at once But upon being intreated to stay and being assured that his experience had been far beyond the ordinary he finally decided to spend part of the day sight seeing in the city During the day he visited some prksand other places of interest and so when he returned to his hotel in the afternoon he was so well t pleased with what he had seen that he decided to spend one- more night iii New Orleans When it became time to retire that night Bill askedfor a dif r- rentroomHe j wanted one that jvpuid insure his safety against alligators lightening bugs and Tnosquitoes He was thus shown to a room rthe top pf the building that had but one door and no windows He entered i we1lpleed with ws location 89atter bairing hedOtBi l Mt safe aMe uldsee noresbh s citW t j 7 why he shoiildnot geta good nights rest But he hadscarcely stretched himself on the bed when he listened aiidto his great surprise he heard a faint musical sound toshis astonishment the sound grew louder Louder and sweeter it grew until Bill thought it was the sweetest muific he had ever heard What could it be It ap peared that the very bedupon which he was lying was singing sand these are the words it sung The mosquitoes all had golden wings The lightning bugs had a flame The bed bug hes got neither one But hell get there just the same IF And they did get there and Bill Bailey got there too and it was away from New Orleans next morning Yes he boarded the first northbound train that day and started for the cot of his father He reached home sleepy well nigh exhausted with pride humbled and fully resolved never to leave home again Robert L Campbell Dirigo Ky Milltpwn Rev Levi will commence a pro tracted meeting at this place the second Sunday in this month The farmers in this neighbor hood are verybusY gathering corn The election here last Tuesday passed over very quietly Mr J W Thompson recently sold his farm to Mr Chapman Dohoneyfor 1500 Mr Burr d piha traveling salesman was with our mer chants one day last week r Mr Sharp of Bowling Green and Mr Wheeler of Larue coun ty spoke to a large crowd of our farmers here last Tuesday in the interest of pooling their burley tobacco t Mr J A Thomas i s having a a new feed vbarn erected on his farmMr Chapman Dohoney of this pace and Miss Kate Squires of near Columbia were quietly married at the brides home last We dnesday eve Miss B ir tr Thomas visited Miss Nellie Waggener last week Miss Mont Thomas is visiting Mr R T McCaffree and family this week Misses Lina Rose rtfielq Mary Triplett Mary HancdckandTMin nie Rogers of Coliimbiaw visited at J T Mercers last Saturday J night and Sunday We have the finest ofMe s Ubr d lineI ever shown n RIIr bIt it C0 itr t tfhi ai 7 R i 1 j j1cy j jM t i TIE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSZ 5 J AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 656 Kafenazoe Corset Co Makers The American Beauty Corset perfects the form give com fort and durability Russell CoJ p 1rft PERSONAL nJMr L L Eubank is in Louisville this week V Mr A A Huddleston was here last Saturday Mr JA Webb Webbs X Roads was here Monday MissDimple Conover returned from Lexington last week Mr George Nell has been confined to his room for two days Miss Mattie Sharp of Amandayile Visited here last week Mrs R F Rowe Amandaville was shopping in Columbia Saturday J Mr W R Myers will leave on a business trip to Monticelle today Mr A H Ballard made a business trip ibo Louisville the first of the week MEC M Barnett of Evansville Ind is spending a few days in Colum bia Mrtv James Garnett is attending a circuitIMr J T Goodman and wife have returned from a visit to Burkesville and Rowena Mr J B Dry traveling salesman Marion county spent last Sunday in Columbia 1S Miss Erian Howard of Tuskeegee Ala is visiting her aunt Mrs P D IMr M Ray Yarberr left last Wed nesday morning on a business trip to AtlantaGaS Mrs Laura Allen who has been af flicted with rheumatism for several months improves very slowly Mrs J D Walker Gradyville spent several days in Columbia with her daughter Mrs Bruce Montgomery I J DrJ N Page left for Louisville to day where he will buy a large stock of Christmas supplies for this market Mr W T Grant and wife of Bonnie Ville Hart county are visiting relatives in Columbia Mrs Grant was Miss Mattie TriplettI Dr J N Page went to Monticello Sunday retijrning Tuesday with Mrs Page who visited het daughter in that city several weeks Mrs James L Johnston for the past week has been visiting relatives and friends and attending the Pirikerton meeting in Columbia ilr Nff Miller and Mr Robert Reed left for the market Mopday morning They will lay in a stock of hardware for this place DrL C Nell went to Jamestown Mon day He had with him Mr Tim Cra yens stenographer The supposition that some evidence in the Senatorial race will be taken MisLura Smith left here last Fri day inorning for Lafayette La having accepted a position to teach in a col leige on that city She is an excellent yoiinglady and left with the best wish e of her many friendsSJfr Hanibal McBeath and family ar rivd from Monticello last Thursday Ttitare occupying the Garnett home teid At heretofore said it is a fine family of pepple and we are glad to hvethem in our midst Jl s J F Baugh and little daughter who have visiting in Campbells yIi1s ri4ohCd Columbia last Sunday raiaiBff accompanied by Mrs Baugha fjMei rJT Carson ondayfore BOA J3Nr Raiifi came down and iff the alterie ntirntdtt Jamestowp with eJ uOter 1 r r r 1 f 4f r t LThurlow T James Neagles bought of Ru fus Brown two st ersfor33i75 and sold them to Mr E K Perr kins for 45 TyS T rtRev J P Vanhoy sold a bFr v H cow to Dempsey Warffor 18 Marvin Brown bought one work mule from Rufus Brown for 100 S J E Loy bought a calf from Rev JP Vanhoy for 16 The weather is beautiful and very dry Our farmers are through sow ing wheat andPare now gather ing corn They report a fairly good yield Severe colds and pneumonia are very plentiful through this section at present Mrs Rilda Perkins who has been confined to her room for five or six we ks with rheumatism is no better A portion of tobacco in this section is pledged to the pool and some utof the pool have shipped and sold and some have sold to local dealers all a t satisfactory prices- MessrsTobe Neagles and Nick reIturnedket Saturday and reported to bacco off a little Mr and Mrs Sydney Dawson have returned home fr orn a months visit to relatives in Okla and Texas Mr Clyde Hehderoon anfam ily of Washingt county visit ed the formers parents Mr and Mrs Richard Henderson last week The first quarterly meeting onI 300000 JINSURE the circuit this conference year will convene at Mt Lebanon the 22nd and 23rd of November Rev Andrew Johnson the evangelist of Wilmore Ky as sisted the pastor Rev J P Vanhoy in a very successful re vival recenly a t Mt Lebanon church About thirty or thirty five conversions and santifications it being the best meeting here foryearstthe church and commu nity at large were greatly revived Rev James M Taylor the evangelist and missionary o f Knoxville Tenn who held the Glenview camp meeting for three years in succession delivered a very entertaining and instruct ive lecture last Thursday at Mt Lebanon It was a recital of his experience and observation on his trip through the West Indies and with his old eloquence and zeal he brought floods of tears to the eyes of the audience by the vivid discription of their poverty and idolatry Bro Taylor ask ed for a contribution to hold a conventionjof Christian wOrkerers on one of these islands and some hingover10l was pledged which will hold the convention He also held a meeting at Lady Chapel Wednesday night Where enough was raised to hold a eon vention on another island Bro Taylor wife and thirteen- other misaonAi will zil for j rT l1Jt Er J the West Indies and South Amer ca Nov the 17thj 1 i f v 1 Kniflcyv J ftf t t tliD 5 The di Weather still continues r hdtis corning badly Mr John Pendleton of Acton was visiting relatives and friends here a few days of last week Alonza Morgan who has been sick so long is improving slowly Mr B F Tupman who went West the first of September re turned to old Ky a few days ago The high prices of meat in this section are causing shoats to suf fer Mr Gordon Montgomery can didate for County Attorney was mixing with the voters in this end of the county last week A little child of Lon Pendleton swallowed some benzine a few days ago Dr Gose was called and administered to the little one and it came all 0 K IMrs Mary L Copley visited in neighborhood one day last week WIB Hovious who went to Dakota last spring will return some time in November The meeting conducted by Rev W G Montgomery at this place last Thursday night with two additions and seven reclaimed The graveyards in this section need the attention of the sub lie very badly they Save grown up in filth of lldfascrip tions Yonr reporter attended the co operation meeting at Casey Creek on Sunday The Sunday n 30BE39Q QyYour mYouAgainst Accident TMurrelU Miller IH E33 f Gi Zf Hl19ltmflf i 9 M School had four classes with 135 pupils and their offering was 712 Bro Hopklns came to Knifley and organized a Sunday school with 160 in attendance and the collection to supply literature for the same was 255Any one that can beat this report let us hear from them The election at this place went off quietly with little whiskey on- t ground and every body seem ed to be happy Luther Dunbar a son of J Co Dunbar is a Very sick man at this time A Morgan who has been sick for three months is improving slowly and will soon be up- Corn gathering is in full blast in this section and the yield is reported very light Mr A B Corbin of the Egypt section was in our town one day last week with a load of shelled oats for Mr LR Chelf Mrs Florence Hazard had a good much cow to die one day last weekS Mr Bud Bault f Jericho was visiting his brother Mr Qhas rM Bault1 sti Sundayt t Mr Jack looking for a farm in this section a few days so V 1 v IForest fIrez veol doing apm hLk damiNKe m this section r tijZf tlif fIstl i 1 1 L 7 r7rr S 1 I HrATTENTION J nl L m f J uerrj vfj the sne an past and the courtesies here- to = fore extended Will be cheerfully carried outSr The outstanding business will necessarily have to be settled therefore all persons indebted to 5tIle firm are revuested to call and pay Until the old business is closed up we will be compelled t to sell for cash The undersigned are thankful for past favors promieing to do their best toI please in the future IISiIi HORACE JEFFRIES T E LE Ei JEPFRIEJJj Progressive Cant Valley The Cane Valley High School is progressing nicely and parents and pupils are deeply interested in the cause of education Cane Valley has caught the educational spirit that is sweep over our State business has in creed and the town is full of life and energy The town has been ineorporat ed ald its government intrusted to good substantial men who see that the law is obeyed New buildings are being erect ed old ones repaired andpainted and we expect in the near future to have concrete walks Help flush your town and make yourself anji nejghbor pros er- t ouSoA jDont kick because you have a small tax to pay in order to keep up your town when you know that it will be returned to you with its full face value and prosper ty and happiness as interest IIOstock of Mens Ladies jand Childrens hoes are im mense We make a special bf highgrade goods l Russell Co I Sparksville Born to the wife of Jv A Wheeler Nov lst a girl zm Tilden Wheeler and family have moved near Gradyville Charlie Gowen Francis Roe Ed Gowen and Miss Ethyl Moore attended preaching at Big Creek Sunday I t Mrs Kate rjadberry sold her farm to JA Wheeler for 500 and bought a farm from Thomas J Pulliam foi 750 i IN S Wheeler is putting aniew roof on his house this week 1 l y Miss Ethyl Moore was feh e guest of Mis taeorgia Ppoley v Wednesday night iv Mrs W L Curry wa shopping at Rugby ThursdayS Mrs JtA coi Wvery sick at thiz writing v tf1 Preston and wife visit1- c i f 1rs Wr tMi j I AjTvJ Tirrji vt relatives near Gadberry Satur day and Sunday Mrs JF Gilpin and daughter visited Mrs Bell Dooley Wed nesday V J R Sullan is on the sick list this week G C and Wint Roe were in Columbia Wednesday V Misses Mattie and Cordie Campbell visited relatives on Petties Fork Saturday th Rev Payne prea4dat Antioch Sunday Evan Akin bought a farm near Fairplay and will move to it in a few weeks We regret very MrsAkinlup to that community Your reporter has been in formed thai Mr Elmer Keen of Gradyville has rented rJ A Wheelers dwelling and store house at this place and will remove here some time soon We are certainly glad to have them live in our community Kate Gilpin was shopping nI Columbia MondayS Yates Harvey are drilling a well for G D Firquin this week Marvin Janes is v isckatthis writing Mrs W H Baker was slibp ping at Gradyville Thursday CI Rowes X Bonds The Oak Grove Sunday School gave Mrs Susie Hadley a great birthday dinnerlast Tu sdayshe being fortysix years old The school and friends commenced to arrive early with wellfilled baskets and buckets It looked like the table would break down with its load of good things There were about thirtyfive persons present all enjoying the occasion very much Old Aunt Burnethie Coffey died on October 29that the home of her brotherinlaw ichard Hadley She died trust ing in Jesus She leaves one sister and friends My admoni tion is prepare to meet her in the heavenly home Well whisky the dearnon of all deamons got in its awful work here on election day It is a shame and a disgrace the way whisky is sold in Russell county Walter Pierce shot to death Tay lor Sullivan He shot him three times througH the body killing him instantly Whisky was the cause Piercb gpt away It is fearful to thinkat men whot call themselYes good will go to the polls and vote for the worst whisky men that live in thef State x Can we expect better tnnesl Never while the world lait SMian tftei a wife and twohildrenI 1 41 liSL I sr rt 7 tr t TIlE LOAFER PROBLEM Cane Valley Ky Nov 6 1909 Editor News Every town and country store has its gang of loafers Young man do you belong to that crow that spend their time telling dirty stories and smutty jokes May God help you to see the danger to which you are expos edand reform before it is too Tate No good ever comes from an idle body or brain and the boy who spends his time in idleness instead of being in school or em ployed at some honest labor sooner or later drifts into dis sipation and crime School teachers a great re sonsibility rests upon you It is not enough to give instructions in the regular lessons but tie mighty problem of forming characteris your great life work if you are a true teacherSYou cannot shift the responsiSbility by saying that it isthfe parents duty to furnish moral instructions but you must face the situation with courage and determination This question ofc IIi- dleness is a serious one and well worth our consideration iWhat will become of4he boys are spending their time on the street corners or roving around over the country in- search of mischief when they should be in school or at home splitting wood or carrying water for their overworked fathers and mothers Many fathers and mothers will not cooperate with the teacher but indulge their children in Idleness and allow them to be late at school and the teacher is power less to enforce these require ments at the home of the pupil therefore this great question of training the child to be industr o smustbe met and disposed of in some other way God has commanded that man should work and has pronounce a curse upon the sluggard t The lazy person has no place in life and the boy that spends his time in loafing will never be selected to fill a position of trostv Parents do not always impress this fact upon their children but allow them to grow up careless and shiftless and whenitistooi late realize what an awful mis take they nave made The teacher cannot reavoluStionize and change the home train ing but he can arouse the pupil to a sense of his personal respon sibHity m life and create within him a desire to fill the place 1 that God intended for him I Let us all combine to fight this foe to progress this cancer that c saps the moral and intellectural vitality of man 7 And as teachers may we be J living example df indTMtxidtfr men and women and Gd will t hI ouwork l i t ri k SS ii y T Tr1 j r If 4 4t1 F 6 ci + L THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS JtJI d yt NiimeCard InefftMOidaDCC31190y V souirotnn Ath Lv LOUISVILLE UTAH LEBANON I NO21 700 am 942am Ct23815 am 1004 am No19I pm 740pm 1 21 800 pm h 1000 pm N 93 630pm 90 pm NORTHBOUND r JN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE h o24 548 am 750 am 78 1732 am 1015 am I 028 430 pm 655 pm ri VTia22 628pm H l8l5 pm I 3fo92 732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 arcSunday trains only LIcM WISEMAN SON I I Diamonds and PreciousJStones Jewlers and Opticians F v t Special attention given to work and all orders in goods in our line Oposite Music Hall 132 Market St let lst2d St Louisville Ky 1- II iS D Crenshaw- VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnc till t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMIA POINTMENT WILMORE HOTEL w w tUI1il9IORPlfoprf FirstClass Table f Good Sample Roome v r Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates QInDYIJLLe KY IV r Res Phone 29 Offi J Phone 402 Dr James Triplett Kr Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY iDt ti 2 unbar Dent Gt i OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE No 40 RING 3 I COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H StpeAt- toneyAtLawt Q Wfllpradlicem tk this and adjomfog counties It tel Jam stown Kentucky Pf AlII1 11I 11 i nhUtriwd5 t 4 Wet kI Ia IJ tk q1 aic 4 FIpIt7 f bi itltoI 12 tLLat cCa1 a LrrnTVru1 r IW =aMs1 Ti slpm c s OIy L j The Road to Christmas i ifiJ Arll tlie year long w6haye been1 traveling toward Christmas I and my oldwife our childrenIand our grand children with1thelooking out alike for the first glimpse ofits smoke rising above the wintry landscape of the t year Now we can almost fancy that we hear the chiming of the famous b e llsall Christmas bellsIsoon be at our inn 1 If life be a journey and each year a stage upon the road I do not know where else a sensible man would stop for the recruiting of ihis health than the fine told Christmas towns There if anywhere men are to be found living together merrily the inns are warm the cheer is good the amusements are of the heartiest and the society is of the best I have been through many a Christmas town for I have traveled far and have rested thoroughly in each I never 01lateand quieter than they used for merly to be but I do not think that I have been less happy of the quiet towns at which I have of late years resided Let me confess so much As for these about me who declare them to be butII do not interfere with their opinion Children so easily de ceive themselves it is enough for me that I am old enough to see things as they are Goblins of Chrismas time Grecians oi low degree have a belief that certain spirits called lameneedles visit the earth at the Christmas season One lame needle probably the leader comes on Christmas eve and the rest of the tribe put in an ap pearanceon Christmas day They are dreadful creatures to took upon yet are dangerous only at night from sunset to cockcrow When not engaged in dancing these queer goblins wander about and do any amount of mischief It is their custom to enter the houses by the chimney so every housewife is careful at this sea son of the year to leave some embers burning all night For the lame needles dread fire and also crosses and it is for this reason that at Christmas time one sees so many whitewashed crosses on the cottage doors in Greece i The priests alone have a n y power over these uncanny visitors and it is to ward them off that a procession of priests and two acolytes goes from house to house on Christmas day They give each house a bless jug waft the censor in at the door and pass on When Epipha ny comes the lame needles are forced to flee gain undergrdundv feeding Growing Pigs The constituents most desirabje in fdfOr swine depend greatly uPon the use to which the animal is to put them A newly born pigs body is largely water and to grow he must have food that will produce tissue That is why the milk primarily designed jo furnish proper nourishment for growing animalSfr ds to be ias it is so rich innitrenou sufe stance vLttrr when the tamer m 1 iiji rfr comes that he is intended for qufck fattemngvihe should nat 1 urally be supplied with feed con taining much fat making mater aIandit is that quality which has given corn its high place in finishing hogs for slaughter It is readily seen therefore that different kinds of feed will be needed to furnish the most bene ficial results according to the stage of growth of the animal the energy required for its main tenance and the end to which the animal is destined yet it does not necessarily follow that a ration should be onesided or be dominated by one element to the exclusion of a variety Losing sight of this is a mistake that has been made more frequently in the use of corn than any other feed not so much perhaps because it is rich in carbo aceousI matter as by reason of venience and cheapness in the regions where itI flourishes From Coburns Swine in America TAKEN up3 hogs came to my place about Sept 1st 1909 One black sowi will weigh about 190 Ibs marked crap off each ear Two spotted sows ytill weigh respectively 40 and 90 pounds both unmarked Owner can get same by proving them paying for this notice their keep and two barrells of corn destroyed Address J A Winfrey 50tf Eunice Ky Mr Jusice Peckham The death of Mr Justice Peck ham removes one of the foremost jurists and most useful citizens of the country one who meas ured up to the noblest standards of a tribunal which in all the world acknowledges the equal one whose personal character and bearing were of type most inspiring and of result mosten- couraging Appointed by President Cleveland from the State of New York where his brilliant judicial re cord had carried on the tranitions- of a distinguished family he was one of the three remaining Democratic members of the court Agreeably with established usage it is probable that his successor will be of the same political com eXIIpectemove In some tIe time Throughout his career on the Supreme bench Mr Peckhamres olutely refused to identify him self in any way with a political perfsonalhe conceived it to merge the in- disridualin the Judge and he believed his highest value as a citi zen could best be subserved by lofty regard for the dignity aI decorum of the office It follow ed therefore that he was little ile the public eye except in so far as his lucid and authoritative expo sition of the law brought him before lawyers as the voice of the courts opinions In this capac ty he did much to clear up the am biguities of the Sherman l Wand in particular to define certain Federal rights imperiled by un constitutional enactments by a State The country mourns an up right Judge a model citizen and a r pres native Democrat Ipu Times v for some time we have taken our eggs straight up and dpwii and now we l etl1e wpmen that way in their new frocks 1 Pro Marion ediiicl not J6A church the other Sundzy betus- Ihis wife had ivCn his shoe f piir awy tcok tbmf r anDk I ttE i f j1i fifdjbf1f It I v 4 l W t 1 ii = i it Cures Dyspepsil Trial Is Freet It is a popular mistake that only wealthy people who cat rich and highlyspiced foods suffer from dys pepsia or as it is also known indigestion The laborer in the streetIthe worker in the field also self a victim of this disorder Among the very greatest sufferers from it are womenDyspepsia is indicated by a constant feeling of laziness by loss of appetite and troubled sleep by sour stomach and dis tress after eating by bad complexion and lusterless eyes There is no surer and speedier cure for this trouble than Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which dyspeptics have been using successfully for twenty years This great herb laxative compound cured Capt Clark of Buffalo la of dyspepsia and sour stomach that he had had for forty years or until the lucky day that he heard of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin It cured Joel Adams of Montgomery Ala after suffering continuously for sixteen months These are only a few of the many But it is not expensive to be cured with this grand remedy as it can be bought at any drug store in a 50cent or 1 bottleIYour very neighbors are long users of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin but if you want to know without expense what it will do for you personally send your name to Dr Caldwell and he will be glad to send you a free trial bottle Ho is actually anxious to have you make a remedy S of families everywhere keep IThousand house against such an emer constipation sour stomach in burn torpid liver etc dyspepsia which mayheartIon a member of the family any is pleasant to the taste acts gently and does not gripe It is the great childrens laxative tonic If there is anything about your ailment that you dont eunderstand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he answer you fully willIno charge for this The address is Dr Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldgI Monticello Ill A Fairy Story of ToDay They were going to the thea ter He had reached home at 630 oclock and an hour later was ready to start There was just timeto reach the playhouse by eight She had had nothing to do all afternoon except to dress yet it was 81 when she came from her room with her hat and coat on v I am afraid we shall be late she saidYou look so lovely he replied kissing her that it would have been worth waiting anoth er hour for you i INo they were not bride and bridegroom They had been married ten years But what is the use of telling you any more As you can see by this sample you wouldnt believe it anyway Nine lives are known to have been lost in the fire that practi cally destroyed the Citizens Savings Bank block at St Johns burg Vt Two persons were killed by falling from the upper- windows of the burning building while seven others were buried in the ruins Four injured were taken to the hospital two of whom are not expected to survive their Injuries fAScelded Boys Shrieks horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he would die Buck lens Arnica Salve wholly cured him Infallible for Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cures Fevers Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chap pep Hands Soon routs Piles 25c at Paull Drug Co V ITo Be Hoped For Alittle more sweet and a little I less sour A little less weed and a little more flower A little more song and a little less sigh pjfAmore sky v Men can be found Who are willing togft AfrIca as mission aries who are not willing to take tare of a cross baby for the tired wife for half an hour 1 Notice J Partia having turkeys for Thank tiVviC m rk t ioQb TC them fat Want iio but your turkeys and agoodric fo Lbri Gst ur pricee before ou iIL- iL thrii eoulry Fig Co I 1 P fl1 T77f4 k VWWVVWWVWSL t HUBUCH BBOS WELLENDflRFF INCORPORATED 1fE Quccessors to Hubbuch Bros l An Old Firm in a New Garb r 7i j i Qstrongjx i lars of all our transactions Your needs in t i Jv JJ I 3JEv7i g CHAFER CVSf vr v IEWillt takenvcareoiinithe cbnsciencious mannerfaseveribeiore- r iV M H rV lrKH BslJCHBROS c WELLENDOftFFTz t v 4 LOUISVILLE KY Ii3 t 522522 W MARKET ST 7iV V j V V V I21 7 7i i7i 71i l V W W l W j i 3 W V Jf yj 71S 7i 71cz c 04 GET OUR ON ROOFING I BEFORE YOU 4 4 See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined C r Cap Roofing i put on like tin roof without any nails exposed and is better than any rin iI roof It will last a life time without painting We carry in stock V Crimp roofingjlDeblett I J 116 E mattketSt Bet 1st Brook MHXE ISIi PhonestG1 = 1 1 1 Wi I V rev Vjii7ii i 7i ili VVW fWiiIG ASIIS 7i 7i I I ij r HoteljL IIPIKE CAMPBELL MGR 11 Refurnished Redecorated ande Cmodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 1 v and Retail Districts Churches andv iv Theaters If71 I I FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE il W AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS L 7i I Louisville a Kentucky i V VI b k t U IIARDW K Pres J H COCKE Pres R D1ETZMAN Sec Wa T yne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IliliWIJ4TZ I mAcT1IT41gTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW ML IS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTffMftIN COUrsilLL Ii i SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work iwr JOBBING WORK SOLICITED PRICES BUY WAGON i7i 7 rFIFTH IAll Kinds of Machinery Repalrd- di I frr y 1Ru sell Springs Motel ij j e5rDPEflTOir dvtt M 6 Ori r HEALTH SEEKERS s t ArlcJilieTrvelingPoblic The Building which is coinmbdfo has t l been refuxnisiedrepamted making it a very inviting place IteitaBIe ft is suppliedwith the best the country affords A large sample roomTfor the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the purejt 4 health feslormg Terras reasonable Write to f WINREY PHELPSRUSSELYPRINGS- t sUBSc lIE m TilE AD R COUNTY NEWS f rfAl l1 Iv BJiIlCOS1fy tI ttJ I i iiTT TJT 7Tt J IttI j I dfi J r i v Jt 1tiE ADAIR CQUNT Y NEWS 7 f r 1irj Prayer JHjeavenly Father we thank theeHfpr making clear in thy word the blessedness of service Teach us the supremacy of our allegiance to thseas above all j claim of earthly profit Help us to count all things but loss to gain Christ and the joy of thy i salvation As ws walk by the quiet paths or the rugged ways of our earthly life give us to be a friend to many and to bring others into the joy of friendship with Christ Put heart into us 0Lord for our days work and use our weakness to teach us thy power limitless and everlasting that saveth to the uttermost all who trust in thee 4 Babushka Littie Grandmother In the spring of 1906 I travel edsdeep into the interior of one of the Russia most central provinces of writes Kellogg Durland in the Womans Home Compan ion In a remote village many leagues from the nearest railroad I learned of a woman who in many respects is one of the most remarkable personalties in Rus sia in a generation Her name is the key to thousands of hearts Her life has been the inspiration of millions No personman or woman has been more constant ly sought by the police than she For years a price of many thous andrubies was on her head Yet she is one pf the sweetest the purest the most loving and most lovable souls it has even been my privilege to meet I For thirty years this woman has been a leader of the move ment for liberty in Russia Back in the year 1878 she was arrested and exiled to the mines of Kara I in central Siberia and there she t spent no less then twentythree long years The name of this remarkable personality is Catherine Breshj kovsky From nearest Russia to farthest Siberia she is known revered and loved Not only does every one in the great empire of the Czar know her by herj i own name but also by the word of familiar endearment which in Russian means Little Grand mother Babushka Any be loved old lady may be a babush ka but there is only one whom every Russian instantly thinks of when reference is make to Babushea It is almost like the I Little Corporal or the Widow of Windsor I know this because I have asked about Babushka in St Petersburg and Moscow in south Russia in the Caucasus in north Russia on the Volga on the Don and in distant Sib ria arid never once was I calledup Sifeto explain whom I meantf 4 l i Vl let Us Take Time goodIfgo l day work with a sweeter spirit Jorjjfc i Let us take time for the eveP niig prayer Our sleep will be more restful if we have claimed r h rdianship with GodII J1iiv7 et foolish words to those wer Pqy Byandbyj when they J fciivno longer hear us our fool ishiiess will seem more wise than ourbest wisdom VV illus take time to read our jjjkp Itr ltre2t reswillJt 4j nwe sh ll have ceased to 3jjfgtheWar dipdiifictiimrt or1ef 3 j i t ji r fO tli b sir I f i 11 r the petty happenings of the day Let us take time to be pleas ant The small court siesWhich we often omit because they are small win some day look larger to us than the wehwhich we covet or the fame for which we struggled j Let us take time to get acquainted with our families The wealth you are accumulating burdened father maybe a doubt ful blessing to the son who is a stranger to you Your beautifully kept house busy mother can never be aI home to the daughter whom you have no time to carpcc Model Young Man Henrv Scott who came to Dan yule some weeks ago and posed as a model man secured employ ment with Mr J D Holderman the electrician Scott is an expert at the business and Mr I Holderman has placed considerable confidence in him He hada strong testimonial from an electrical firm in Salt Lake City Utahwhere he claimed to have been working He brought money with him to Danville and showed considerable flourish Fe did not drink smoke nor chew and all with whom he came in contact considered him a valu able acquisition Mr Holderman secured a large contract in Somerset and returned day before yesterday having completed the work During his absence it is alleged that Scott took possession of Mr Holdermans accounts and collected over 200 from differ lent Danvillians for whom Mr Holderman had been working When the money was collected Scott is alleged to have skipped out Police in Louisville and other places have been notified to arrest him Mr Holderman claims that he had given Scott no authority to collect his bills Danville Advocate Editor vs Millionaire The editor of the Russell Dem ocrat is responsible for the follow ing Idrather be a country editor and chase around for news be fore Fd be a millionaire with wealth I could not use Fd rather be a printer with patches on my breeches than be a mas ter of finance with all of my thoughts on riches Id rather eat my modest meals digest the same with ease than sit down to a royal feast with stomachache like John Ds To imp and frolic with my kids around our cheerful hearth with theirmoth er for the audience to help enjoy tie mirth is better than to move about in high society where dress and jewels make life a Inock ryris true the printers cash gets short and duns comes in a hurry but the happy fellow does not fret he lets the dun ner worry He always has a conscience of disposition sunny hasaIwaysI For the moulder of opinion is a happier man by far than the man who owns a palace aYacht and a private car And when he goes to his reward he knows that all is well while them who makes his wealth rhis 0bd may some nay wake irli i tr Jf 0J fA POP and db1e barnes1for a1e TIe idiivj li i ds4ible- Applyv to I lf1f j JA vTCOIb4Z4 h J y4Sr5 rrS ii1I i fx fj 1 rp f Lii r The Sailors Hands A visitor who prides binteelf on his knowledge of uautical aCfairs wus charib with a friend outside the Flaf iron buiidlng tS5eethat man com ing he asked Can you tell whni he is by the wily he yalksV Why no replied the New Yorker who was with shIm Hes u sailoniuin of some sort Look at his hands No iandsman ever walked that way A sailor always walks with the palms of his hands turned behind him and the backs turned forward the way he is walk- Ing Look p that landsman over there He swings his arms with the palms bodandthedetect a man who is accustomed to tbp sea that ways Whats the explanation inquired the other Why there isnt any that KUOW It nay be because the sailor gets tb habit of balancing himself in rough weather by the use of his arms but i doflt believe thats the reason Its just one of those things you cans account forNew York Press The Spinning Machine of a Spider The spinning machine is situated un der the hinder part of the spiders body It takes the form of a slight de pression which a close inspection shows to consist of six small bodies re sembling tubes Four of these contain an immense number of minute open- Ings as many as a thousand can be counted in each and from every one of these openings a viscous fluid is suet which hardens on exposure to the atmosphere The whole 4000 threads are united into one line which is sometimes so fine that 4000000 twisted together would not have a combined diameter greater than that of an ordinary hair from the human head It is impossible to conceive the excessive slenderness of one of the 4000 threads which compose such a line The bare statement that each one has a thickness only one sixteen thousand millionth of that of a human hair does not in any way convey the impression of its wonderful fineness The mind can no more grasp the meaning of such figures than it can understand the immense distance of which astronomers talk so glibly Kelvin as Damocles A characteristic always of Lord Kel vin was his absolute faith in figures and this ruling passion once led to his experiment as a Damocles When he once solved a problem in mathematics be was willing to stake upon its cor rectness not only his reputation but if necessary his life Taking an immense heavy cannon ball be calculat ed with the utmost accuracy the size of the smallest wire which would bear the weight of the load of ironS jusiIball suspended over his lecturing plat form at the very spot where it would be most likely to strike and crush him should the wire give way and it re mained there for weeks The Last Ditch A dignified origin can be given to the expression To die In the last ditch On the death of De Witt the Prince of Orange was made head of the Dutch republic Despite his youth he displayed the ourage and tenacity of his race Do you not see your country is lost asked the Duke of Buckingham who had been sent to ne gotiate at The Hague There is a sure way never to see it lost replied William and that is to die In the last ditch He Got Married Our cook said the family man had a beau who callrd on her often but finally his visits ceased 1 asked her one day what bad become of her for mer attentive beau and she said be had got married Since he got married said she lie dont come around any more Married said I surprised Vhy I thought be would marry you So he did said the cook Brown ings Magazine Always Picking An amusing story is told of the an swer given by a London waif to a Sal vation Army captain The zealous officer had asked the boy what work be did to provide him with food etc and the reply was 1 pick strawberries in the summer I pick hops in the au tumn I pick pockets in the winter and oakum for the rest of the year Stumped Why Puss you people here dont know anything about fruit Out in Oregon we raise apples as big as your headSDo you raise peaches as big as I am Uncle Ph- ilWhyerahChicagov tribune Progressimpeded First Member Mrs De Streak didnt have her way at the dress reform meet log this afternoon did she Second MemberNo her gown fittedhrso tightly that she couldnt make a mo tion Puck Egotistical BlobbsWhat egotittlcaLvfellot Talkalot IsWben you are wlthbic he expects you to be all ears Slpbbs yes and you find him to be all liV IPhiladelphia Itecord Judgment Never judffe a town by the size 6t the typ with which its Drpe Is print td on tke n tllraUroad that doeap l rcmhttqhtcaco Record He aid uiliit you otl 4roverb4 i t t 0Q iL t J 4 Jjoi r r NEWS NOTES =l fMJcoffi da retired mer chant of Birdsville Livingston county dropped dead at Smith land A freight engine exploded on the Coal and Coke railway at Yankee Dam W Va killing five men- The lumber yard of W J Hughes Co Louisville was destroyed byfirecausing a 100 I 000 loss H F Grant driving an Alco car won the 278mile automabile classic at Long Island in 4 hour hours 25 minutes and 52 seconds s fewIOwensboro Inquirer died after- a prolonged illness at his home in Owensboro The inability of the steamboats to keep up with the sche dule is badly disarranging the plans made for President Tafts trip down the Father of Waters Following a steeet fight in which 25 shots were fired John Hamilton a farmer was shot from his horse while riding through the main street of Brooksville Attorney General Breathitt has authorized the bringing of legal proceedings to prevent the merger of the Frankfort and Cincinnati and the Louisville and Nashville railroads A new record for longdis tance target shooting was es tablished at the State rifle range at Frankfort by Col McLean Moffat who made 49 out of a possible 50 bullseyes at 1000 yards Judge Bethshares aged 79 PaducalismostlII an C Smith owner of Smiths Greater t ShowsArmed men made a raid on the Jackson Deposit Bank and forci printedIfollowed the men but with drew when confronted with weap ons in order to prevent bloodshed John Eagles charged with a criminal assault upon Blanche Wise the 11yearold daughter of City Councilman Wise was taken before thgirl and her child companions at Washington Ind and identified as the assail Iant Hawleywho is forging to the front in the rrilroad world t is negotiating for a loan of 20 000000 or more to be spent on improvement for his roads He is planning to double track the line of theChesapeake and Imam railroad 0 y tsixfp1Tan excess over in France of 28205 In 1908 the excess of deaths was 10508 and t this growing discrepancy has raised again a cry of alarm fOr- t the future of French race Game Warden Scales and the police at Latonia took from an I accommodation train 15 sacks five boxes and several barrels 11ilh1tsto Cincinnati Violation of the giamelaws is alleged u p1 l Foxes wani 1c jIj3 x wantfive rdagryfoxe JVN 1pyl00 to 250 snd ius cltrJell 46tf i wSTHoden Bo 232 Campb 3ilk iii 1 i 5 Worn Women needtonica ofCarduihavetriedbenefit it has been to them Try itdont experiment O use this reliable ofttried me- dicineIAKECARDUI 333- The Womans Tonic Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cardui and afterward hadItryingiwellTryAT ALL DRUG STORES A serious fault with some po tato raisers is that they allow weeds to take poseession of the soil and sap the moisture and vitality of the plants at the most critical time of their growth at the last act so to speak It tells on the production keenly and in the book accounts The success ful potato cropper must be a close student of nature and of the best printed informatiOn Kills Her Poe of 20 Years The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years7 declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep After many remedies had failed and several doctors gave me up I tried Electric Bitters which cured me com pletely Now Ican eat anything I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to getmy health and strength back again For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back Female Complaints its unequaled Onlo 50c at Paull Drag Co At the recent meeting of the American Poultry Association at Niagara Falls one of its most prominent members was expelled and another suspended because of charges of faking or dishonest practices We are not advised of the specific charges but under stand that one charge was the artificial coloring of a feather to make the bird come up to the re quirements of the Standardof Perfect ioniv Terrible New Disease There is a new disease pella gra which comes from eating corn affected by mold This mold is the deadly poison thatj kills its victims by slow degrees and in grest agony It tortures the skin undermines thestrength weakens the mind converts its victim into a gibbering idiot and finally brings death Pellagra has probably existed in the United States for many years although this fact has not been defini tel y establishedl American physicians knew noth ing of the disease andas yet know little of it The public health and marine hospital service has at last awakened to its existence and is making inquiry about it in the light of what is known of the disease in Europe The disease is in no way conta gious or infectious There is nothing about it that needs alarm any community in which it is found It may be cured and it can as assuredly be prevented X8XiC CYX gXg s- I WEEKLY 1 COURIER JOURNflL I HENRY WATTERSONJSdifor IIs a National Newspaper Democratic in Jl t politics It prints all the nwswjtioutS f fear or favorrfle regular price is 100 1 4 a COURIERJOURNAL year but you can get thqWEEBILY I AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I I a BOTH ONE YEAR i I lt1 i fOr 15OS ifCyou will give or send your order t 1 pMernot to the Oouriev tt IDaiIy Courier 1 Courie- rS can gIve y I rate on Dailyor Si r Ithis5 paper IbS 55T t f i X r 7 irf v ljtP f r L 4 it I 1Q 8 THEADATR COUITlY NEW V Z i IIj y j IEEI 1 d vJWIRE FENCEI r I 1 toes teet IRanes I IMFTAL ROOFING 1 CRUSADER ROOFING I y WALLPAPEJi WINDOWS CEMENT- r LIME BRICK I WALL PLASTER FURNITURE I LI All Kind BUILDElS Uardware II s JGrad llle Vie are very dry down this way iX51 The election is over and we have many thifig tcgrejoice over icpr L G NelFspent several r Maiitt Several oiLous young people attended J church at Big Creek last o 1f4 Sunday J s g W ANTED A firstclass blackrr t smith in ourtowfL A good loca tionj come at once ywWalker Bros rrf Columbia Ive re ins this community last i week lookin after tobacco SssMr Heiify AltS9el r of Horse Cave passed through here last Tuesday with 4Q mules that he hadvbpught at Columbia on Mon ji vt + f J JD r Simmons returned from a mEsStown Tuesda Y r J M J 0 JussellandMrs J W wis alkdof Columbia visited the family of Jo Hunter of our towel ague day last week i i W Rev J RCrawford of Co X lurabia will preach at Union on 4he 3rd SndaYrl1jght 1n this month r Uit MisaesThelps fiitl Bragg o f l MrsrWlast Saturday and Sunday xy Miss Maggie Bragg who has forfreturned home last Tuesday MrsJD Walker stafew f days with relatives ir Goliimbia last week t Miss Della Mitchell who has for several months past assists M siU in the millin JY busit ness air this place spent a d ay or sso in Columbia last week c y j Mr W McCanless of Edmon ton was in our midst a day or so the first of the week Mr J A blddle 10st a worii eek The mule got it time ago while inp ing logs da B F M y t rr2 st Vviv S i did a better business than usual because he had Mrs AlexanderI and James with him always glad for them to come Mr L M Wilmore has just returned from Carrollton Mo where he has bought a nice farm r Wilmore is wonderfully pleased with the country as well as the people He expects to move at once We certainly can commend Mr Wilmore and hi estimable family to any commu iiity tDied Mrs Tinily wife of Mr Lewis Moore in her seventyfirst year She had been in declining health for several years She was a devoted Christian and a member of the Baptist church She leaves a childreniand host of relatives and frierids to mourn their loss We sympa sadihour of affliction We havejust received a Tel e gram stating that Robert Yates 1 formerly of this place but for the last few years a resident of McGregor Tex was married on the 5th to a Miss Norris of Edmonton Mr Yates is one of McGregors best business ten and farmers while Miss Norris is a very popular young lady of Edmonton May success attend them all through life is the wish of their many friends in this city v jMisses Hulse and Davis of Co lumbia visited Mr and Mrs C 0 Moss last Saturday and Sunday l v l Bla The health of this community is not very good at this writing Farmers in this community all through gathering corn turned out better than was ex- P ected 1k iov Mr N B Dillingham and fam = ily Mrs Margaret and Miss Pearl Williams visited the family of Jo B Neat Saturday night and- mga vr r Joe Corbireenofk Vvisiting hiprentsrMrand Mrs Grit J6rbiii 4 M IMrs Maggie Per wHo has ten sicJ 1ftim1islowly improying Mr Tour Bryan is confined to kMsrponL j 4i Taiter and faint yt are TOitlnff their daughter lCr Glatid Bottom thfr week L i JIfCj 1iirIWi OIl fY JfL Yf i r the sick list k eMMr No 1L White ofNeats 4zburg visited nisu leN B Dillingham TuesdaYy rnight v r The wh66ping coughi s stillfit v 1 FjlgJlgihtbis ueighborhopd Mr Owen Dilhn ham aria Mr Newman Tarter ndsited the family of Robert Pike Saturday night and Sunday Mr Lawrence BricKen of Rus sell county visited J B Abrell one day last week Mrs Sarah Abrell is Von the sick list at this writing Mate Dillingham and Girtie Bryant visited Lizzie Abrell last Thursday night kv r Dirhjo ZT Bennett sold thirteen hogs to Elroy Roe for 4 cents J W McClister sold six to same party at 5 cents J B Willcut is at the home of- Hiram Stotts and is very sick with pneumonia Mose Wooten has his n e w dwelling about completed and will move to it this week Her shel Janes of Sparksville will then move to the house vacated by Mr Wooten And still our town continues isIperhaps others will go up in the spring Last Sunday being the birthday herchildsren and friends gave her a very pleasant rprise birthday dinner Quite a large crowd was present They came with well filled baskets and all haira good time no one seemed to enjoy the aflai MayIMr Soloman Stotts is very low with pneumoniaat this writI ing Mrs J T Hamilton sand little son Nell visited relatives here last week As the Hardin and poss sho is to beat Independence next Thursday night the spelling at that place will be on Wediiesda night Nov 10th instead ofth 11th as announced The spelling at Birds will be Friday night the 12 Every body invited to come to both places v James Norris Breeding did business here last Friday Well the election has become a thing of the past Although it is claimed that the Ljemocratic candidate for Constable in this district lost by two votes we got eery thing else we went after In giving the vote of Elroy pre cinct I notice that you make one mistake Tarter receiv donly 108 votes instead of 128 as stated Thus Conover received a majori precinctIRepublicans helped us to elect our ticket but that onlygoes to prove that you cannot Deceive all the people all the trine and that justice although tramped to the ground will rise agairi en V tf Kills Her roe of 26 Years t The most merciless enemy had forI 20 years declared Mrs James JDuhcan ff1ayM Me waat D spepeia J suffered intensely after pting or elseianc several doctors gave me I tried Electric Bitters which curedine oQ- lpletely1iow j can emt anything I am 170 Yew oldand aoi 9Yjoyedt getmy bwdtli and streogtii bwk again Fob I doffL XpRtitt Sickly TrotrWr tame B eiIII PI t laJlltitilI i C tif p a1L x r Absher The election went off tolerably quiet i Mrs M A BrQcfcmanWn d grariddaughters mma Robert san Aand Oieoj Caveand Mr W H Cave spent last Saturday and Sunday at ZT Gab erts Roley Miss Bertha and Mr Osey Dil lingham visited their sister Mrs 0 G Hendrickson Saturday and Sunday Miss Emm Hardwick of near Eller is visiting her grandma this week Mr Nell Cape wire has been in Indiana for some time return ed home last Monday Mr and Mrs B F Thomas were at Roley Saturday Misses Eula Martin and Judelle Robertson visited Mrs Van Humphress Saturday night and r Sunday Mr and kH B Robertson and daughter Clara were at MrIW A Humphress Sunday Miss Rosa Nell Nance of near Elkhorn is visiting at her uncles Mr W H Absher this week Mr Clyde Monday bought a horse of R A Cooley for 175 Mr and Mrs Henry Cooley sdMiss Vinnie Weatherford spent from Friday until Sunday with Miss Fannie Cave of Holmes Mr and Mrs R A Cooley were atWA Absher Sunday The wood getting at Mrs S R Thomas was largely attended and the social gave in honor of enijoyed by all present Mr and Mrs Herschel Robert son visited at Mr S H Abshers Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Phil Sherrill and children were at Delaney Robertson several days last week Mrs Mollie Rowe of Crocus who has been visiting her parents weewneighborhoqd r aYt thisemonth EII er Mr Silas Bernards condition remains about the same Nw nlofMr AL FoIeywas in Jamestown iThursday and Friday e MrHW Edmonds went to his old home to vote last Tuesday i Miss Sadie Diinbar Jaughter of Mr J R Dunbar died Wed nesda and was burled atCaney Fork ThUrsdayi v r I Peter Fry e and son Jonah visited relatives yin Pulaski coun ty Monday night Rev AF MChrisman and wife visited the latters parents in Adair county last week Mrs WM Flanagan was rer ported quite sick the first of the week iSMisses Mary and Lena Flans gan of Concord visited jiere from Friday until Sunday x4 Mr WL Junbar has bought a part of Ed Sharps Tarns f anft wi1l build on it this fall v Mr Arthur Stanton a1 Wifel LI ussll Springs werher ITt k Passed Away Daaa B1 b tK1 wlaoldt 4- 7rf li i f q Woodsqn Lewis Gre sburg e1 Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD E CH r Studebaker It 5i y Blrdsell 5 1 flilburn x y t =Wag r sAcar load of J Oliver Chilled PlowS A car load of Disc Harrp J3XL 11BIBJ i 4A II Cultivators Corn Plantersr and One= Horse Corn DrilisigP y 4 4Iiffr Will have the greatest and fines disIr Y f of Buggies and other Vehicles evershp 0 n in this Green River County ready tifr Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of farrtc Iniplements at any station1 on the L N p R 0 M A1YOOl Woodson LewisThe Merchant Qreeiisburg y Maii orders prQmply attended to crii w t rJ The Louisville Trust c0mpanVfifttiandhark6t 4 TQUIB ILL tiOrganized under u special charter forthe safe keeping of valuables of A wipr everyknd and description 1and the transaction of a genet trustuusi ness authorized to act in any part of the State asExecutpr Admin strator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver andto fill every p ion of trust that can be held by an individual jrCV It accets and executes trusts of varied characte arid its fair implar = andtial Profitablemanagemenjt is guaranteed by its laigr a porate property its magnificent fireproofs office building SfJ1S ghat naricial strength f l q = it77 r e a ECO o H- BLINDS t i ash and Door H the your orders tous n v and good goods IT We t v Es L CO rJ s e atoe home of Granville Foleys the last night of October ten min lites after 2 O clock She ways a Victim to convulsion butt she andS hemotlier came to vjsit Mr Fol Saturdaynighte andjibwt midnight she had a tit Her lather and eel went to dor ingf 1l they could forher f but doctOfS and nuetcineal tr 1eW ento die had aonn ii r v 0s i asot0 Columns i Porch Material z Stait Work j Interior I Finish Etc rLargest WhoIesaI eIii in South Send orpromptsIipm itt HUGHES INCORPORATED t fQUrt1lita I 211215n6 Main Street i LOUISVILLJE KY and wasp unconCious after the ifeeccfad one AllSer friend and neighbors came t gee h rShe Jtllemed6gve herup Ulidi t know whether she was prepared to go or not iter father diid w n heliShe Was burled at the Xi lurr Spring wA1 vieas aaa4 e4b7C mAth 1 4 Ii t J rArw sIi ijic t