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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii i- rii r il I1ffvolUb9FL MRS KATE HUGHES t One of Columbia s Most Estimable Women Dies After a I ngIIllness MINERAL SERVICES AT UNION CnURenI This week we are called upon to chronicle the death of Mrs Kate Hughes mother of Mr E H Hughes cash ier of the First National Bank this place The end came at her home on Burkesville Street Wednesday night at 10 oclock The deceased was born in Cumber land county but the greater portion of her life was spent in Adair county near Union Church but for the past ten or twelve years she resided in Co lumbia She was a lady of strong character and had been a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church since early girlhood Had she lived until next March she would have been QIHughesyears ago Since his death Mrs Hughes made her home with her son Mr E H Hughes devoting her whole time toIthe training of her grandchildren daily walks give evidence of instruc tions from a godly grandmother All the children of the deceased were present when the end came except her son Mr J B Hughes who is living in Quanah Texas The funeral services were held atIUnion last Friday morning at 10 WIHfriends being present The floral offer ings were many and beautiful The News extends its profoundest sympathy to the two sons and only daughter Mrs JA Diddle and all the grand children admonishing them to live in the fear and admonition of the Lord the way to eternal life and to the home where all that is immortal of mother and grandmother peacefully reStIArrange to Enter w Y1WiJlluary untilthe close of the term The management is making an effort tot make this the banner year of the insti tution and to that end valuable improvements have been made ori the hill A new dormitory has been erect ed furnishing ample room for allwho will come and the main building is heated with steam making it the most comfortable institution in South Eastern Kentucky The principals Messrs Neil comIpetentare experienced and the discipline perfect It is a most excellent isI for boys young men and young and we want to see the buildings full ofI fiSpupils at the beginning of the year for admission at once Tandy = Smith Mr Leslie Tandy of Bliss this county was married last week to a- Miss Smith who resided near Lebanon This was a surprise marriage and we know but little to write A gentlemanI of this place met Mr Tandy lar Hotel and learned from him that he and his wife were en route to India na to visit relatives Mr Tandy is a young stock dealer and has many friends in this all of whomwill here1turns the1following It was quite a surprise wedding Mon day afternoon when Mr D L Tandy of Adair county and Miss Clevia Smith of this county were united in marriage near this city The contracting parties 17n company with Mr Sam Burdette and and Miss Maggie Smith sister of the bride and Mr Cleo Shirred and Miss Birdie Dahringer drove down the Campbellsville pike and had the cere many performed while seated in their buggy by Rev Mr Moore of this city After the marriage the wedding party drove tp town and Mr and Mrs Tandy took the 355 train for a short bridal f IjitfJiThe groom isa stocktrader and is a and popular young gen UefflaI1while the bride isa daughter SwitchLw a ired fry all who know her Eey R L Tally has returned from Lty church Cumberland county l yfa r t kt Minted the putor in a es 144 af n tinci terminating in iwtn fraoiireraioni 4J i It o A Memorial Meeting For William C Read From St Paull Press The Real Estate exchange held a meeting at 11 oclock yesterday morn ing at the office of the Business league- in memory of one of their most highly esteemed members WillianT C Read who died last Friday Practically the entire exchange was represented andI the meeting in an unusual way reI fiects the loss felt by every member of the exchange President Rothschild called the meet ing to order with appropriate remarks and called for a rpport from the com mittee appointee iu uilli resolutions upon the death of Mr Reacl which resolutions unanimously adopted were presented by William Canby and are as below In the death of our fellow member William C Read the members of the Real Estate exchange of St Paul realize most keenly that they have met with an irreparable loss Our pride in his organizationforyears and the admiration and affection- we have always entertained for him as an individual are only equaled by the realization of our loss in his death By birth a Southerner a Northerner by adoption in him were combined the best characteristics of the two sections and the memory of his charmingper mindsI1in the minutes of the exchange Oscar L Taylor thereupon presented followsIWilliam Cecil Read has crossed the ewIIOnly as we approach one by one the avenues in which he was wont to shine will we realize how impossible it is to fill his place in the civic the social the sporting phases of this com munityNever forward unostentatious with unfailing courtesy and geniality toward all people high and low his career was a happy illustration of how a man can endear himself to all associates by fra manliness fair treatment of both friends and competitor unswerving honesty and notable unselfishness Painstaking and conscientious in busi ness he held the esteem and confiqepce- 10LthewidOWWhO entrusted t0 him her banker who grant latitude Year by acquaintances widen ed each to become a friend as he knew him better When he left his work and entered the social circle his personality was even more apparent he fairly radiated good fellowship Original witty grist ling with clever reminiscence and an ecdotes a story teller par excellence He was the star that illuminated every gatheringHis was so big it had room for almost everything in his gentle kindly way and he was a zealous supporter of eminentlyI Louis Stevenson no music like a litt1eriv that music filled his ITheres Never did Izaak Walto patient faithful disciple nor one having more highly develop- the attributes of the ideal sportsman for it was in followingthe gentle art and around the campfire that Billy Read was without a peer His indefatigable buoyancy dispelled the clouds on a rainy day no trail so rough that his bubbling spirits di not make it easy and when the bed of balsam boughs was spread and the log of the fire was tumbling into re embers some unique goodnight would put every one into smiles as he dropped into the deep slumber of the woods We will miss him in our daily routine we will miss him in our hours of relaxation but in the years to come one name will tand withundying lus tel among those of our chosen occupa tion the name of Billy Read Col J Hamm Davidson Mr Reads firstassociate in the real estate busi ness in St Paul spoke feelingly of his unusual characteristics and satisfying career in St Paul covering a period of over twentyfive years He was olloweftby A E Clark R GMcKay R L Ware J I Faricy and F L Bayard each of whom expressed lau dations of the Oman and sorrow over his loss Mr Isam Scott who is at work at one of the mills in town met with a painful accident last Thursday Hew a chopping wood when ra stick flue up striking him near an eye At firs t sightofand will probably be well in a few days Borni to the wife o 1 L Parks r ankllvhmomll1i TJ 1900 L 1j iJ Jiif 5 i Y- tadn j A CARD January 3 TplO will be Moving day at Courtlousej movI Monday January 3 1910 will be ing Say with the officers in the Temple of Justice in old Adairnot a single one of the present officials will remain in charge It will be a clean sweepand who is responsible The answer is the Republicans and their little primary And it will be 15 years before theC party will even partially recover from greatImany of us was led to think would prove a great suscess But alas We all acted with very little sense when we entered into such an arrangement 1 am speaking of the candidates nowj but its all over now so let it be I for one am glad to know that my political aspirations were born and buried in the short space of of oneI year and if reason sits in throne I am sure that I will never ask for an office again because my own party has said twice that I am entitled to no recogni tion at its hands and I think that should suffice for all time to come I see no reason for a man dying out right because he gets defeated I have always worked for a living and when I walk out of the circuitclerks office as a Deputy on January 3 1910 I know I shall find some kind of employ ment and still be independent of public favors And I hope that when the cir cuit clerk elect steps within the portals he will find every thing aquare up and in a receptive condition Although I will not be present to greet him be cause he has wronged me in a way that I will always remember to gain the office over me Possibly Mr Neat the circuit clerk will be there to ac quaint him with the mysteries of taxin cost and making orders etc The following will make up the court house roster for the next four and six yearsCircuit Judge J C Carter Common wealth Attorney A A Huddleston CountyjudgeGordon Montgomery County Clerk Walker Bryant Sheriff A D Patte son County Supentendent of Schools Miss Pearl Hindman Jailor J KP Cbnover Surveyor E G Hardwick Assessor J M Wolford Coroner Dr C M Russell Circuit Judge Carter will have the appointment of a Master Commissioner for Adair county to serve for six years but it is not known at present who he will select It has not been given out who will be the deputies in either of clerksoffices- or who will be the office deputy under Sheriff Patteson- It all turned out very much like I told a certain gentleman several months ago and doubtless he will remember it when he sees this article that the Republicans by their own acts and deed- were preparing to turn the county offices over to the democrats and they have partially done so Now mark this prediction that in four years from now if some thing is not accomplished to head the breach now in our own rant s dissatisfactnnow y willdta our Gentleman I appreciate the kindness of hose of you who supported me and as I expert to eon tinue a Republican double Jtd and twisted in the wool I will irlp any of you any time you may punpunishdriKat by running e Lord deliver me from that desire packedd ill ve sa by January and then1 we will bid you all goodbye Yours Truly Fred McLean Thanksgiving Day The event was appropriately ob served here The business men of Co lumbia closed their store and shops and at 1030 the community repaired to the Presbyterian church and heard a most timely discourse delivered by Rev B AL Currie pastor of the Methodist church The sermon was well prepar ed the topics discussed suitable for the occasion andit was delivered most en tertainingly The church building wa filled to its capacity no speaker in recent years receiving closer attention The contribution plates were passed and thirteen dollars and four cents were dropped in divided between the various Churches of the town When tHe congre tion was dismiss ed the people repaired to their respect give homes returned thanks for man 4 blessing bestowed and partookof bountiful dinners REWARD Wilt pay f200 for 1airi coat tort bet een Cumbut aiid Elenaol1ad s R A UTrs r i I I From Eld Z T Williams NilesOkla 11 2209 Editor News You are like a friend from home out We enjoy you 50 much We en CityIone Church to a very large audience- I did not let on but that I felt altogether at home with such an audience and I think they thought it allright and from the way they listened and the many compliments they paid me 1 concluded they are not used to that kind of preaching And you know I am not used to compliments We spent a pleasant evening with the Gilmer girls They have a nice home there and they certainly know how to entertain in the good old fashion Kentucky style The social feature was much enjoyed and the dinner was ele gant They are doing well here Two of the girls have good positions in the school hereII also visited Mr Jo and Melvin Thomas who are Kentucky families We came to this place last Friday and we will be here in revival meeting for the next ten days perhaps There is some of the finest Izountrji between Ok lahoma City and El Bena that I have seen for a long time It reminds me of the delta on Egypt so rich and level that you can see to tjie endof the worldalmost lforgreat numbers and they run day and night all the time Dont cost a thing to run them I saidto Mrs Williams arnt the street of Oklahoma City the cleanest you ever saw No wonder she said for the wind sweeps off every thing loose and some things not loose But the wind is allright here when you isgexpect to a meeting at Fairmount near Enid about the first Sunday in December There are a good many Kentucky people in that part of the State Then we will spend a few days at Still Water then home if the Lord wills We want to run down to Quanah next weekand spent a few days there We are keeping very well and are enjoying our meals and can sleep all the spare time They had good rains here recently acid wheat and alfalfa are doing well This is good country herebut the dry weather cut the corn crop short We Had a Kentucky reunion at Mr Longfellows last Sunday Four of the Rowe family are out here and all married in Oklahoma We had a good old fashion Kentucky dinner and we allen joyed the afternoon in singing and in social conversation The weather is ideal here most of the time It dont get as cold here as it does in Kentucky The roads do not get very muddy if they do the wind soon drys the IludupThe water is good here and there is plenty of it Moresanon The Weighing Social The most amusing entertainment given in Columbia for many moons was pulled off at the courthouse last Thurs day eveningunder the management o the ladies aid society of the Methodest Church The procedure was out of the ordinary All who entered had to be weighed at the door the weight of each person being divided by eight and the result was the amount to be paid In this way the entrance fee run from 5 cents to 30 cents and the fee entitl- d you to refreshments Nearly every family in town was represented the occasion being highly enjoyable yA prize was offered to the j person who would guess the closest to the combined weight of all who attended Annie Sinclair a little daughter of Sir Ed Sinclair guessed the closest her figures being 23100 and the exact weight was 23109 a difference of ninefShe received nice candlestick fhe receipts of the evening 31 00 The Birthday of Three Last Monday was the 37th birthday grocerytman a son o f Mr and Mrs Fayette Davis and that otfa little son of Rev and Mrs B M givsen r of the events A number of friends were present who brought suitable birthday gifts The dinner was de lightful making the occasion very en joyable i have 25000 feet of culled lumber for sale at 80 cents per hundred Sinclair42t i Eld Stanley of Campbelkyille was tt1e Christian church lait tnclay rforaawon and vMnff V daireri ifcwo entertaining teniJpiMi K a E i i1 34 1 Judge BaRer Banqueted BURKESVILLE Kr Nov 22 1909 Editor News Judge H C Baker of Columbia Adair County retiring Judge of the 29th Judicial District was honored by the Cumberland County Bar Association and County Officials by an elaborate banquet given at the Frank House on last Saturday night November 19th The occasion was a most delightful one and greatly enjoyed by all in attendance and was a gastronomic as well as an artistic success Promptly at 830 p m the guests arrived at the Frank House and wer welcomed by Mrs Frank Plates were laid for twenty guests atone long table The table decorations s were pretty and artistic the center piece being a large bunch of white chrysanthemums whose beauty was en hanced by reflection from a large table mirror At both ends of the table were large baskets of fruit and soft shaded lights A five course lunch was served consisting of all the delicacies of th season- After the last course was served Judge M 0 Allen who was toast master for the occasion proposed the subject On being Judge and called upon Judge Baker for response After which nearly all the guests present gave a toast and by their wit an eloquence and the many compliment ary things said of Judge Baker proved appreciatingfhe the warmest place possible in their hearts I Among the guests from a distance ware Judge J C Carter of Tompkins ville Ky who will succeed Judge Bak er and Mr Bell an attorney of Clin ton County Immediately following the banque- the members of the bar and officials the county adjourned to the Court- House and following resolutions were introduced and unaniously adopted and spread upon the recordsof the Cumberland Circuit Court which were a follows Saturday the 20th day of November 1909 being the 6th day of the November Term of the Cumberland Circui- Court and the last term f this court that Judge H C Baker will preside lover and the court being about to ad journ sine die the members of the Cumberland County Bar togefherwith n the officials of the court assembled in the court room in Burkesvi and the following resolution was introduced by Judge M 0 Allen read and unan mously adopted Resolved by the members of the Cum berland County Bar and officers of the Cumberland Circuit Court that Judge H C Baker has proven himself to an honest learned and impartial Judge and now that he is about to retire from the bench we wish in this way to mani fest our appreciation of the efficient and impartial manner in which he has presided over his courts at this place andrequest the Clerk of this Court to OfJtSeriously Hurl Courierf25 saysJ W Johnston traveling salesman for ai Cincinnati tailoring house lies unconscious and critically ill at a hotel here the result of a runaway accident Mr Johnston in company wiJh a local liveryman started to Franklin this morning and they ha proceeded only two blocks when the axle of the buggy suddenly broke causing the horses to run away I Mr Johnston either jumped or was 1thrOvn from his seat and was picked up unconscious Physicians thoroughly examined him and found no scratch or bruise on his person It is hoped by them thathe has mere ly suffered a shctik by a blow on th spine and will be well in a few days Mr Johnston is from Cave City His wife and babj reached here tonight He failed to recognize them Mr Johnston was born and reared in this county and was a resident of Go lumbia for several years It is hopedi by his many friends here that he wih recover l THE LATESTA despatch reached here after dark Monday evening stating that Mr Johnston was resting easy that the doctors had hopes of his r covery There is a stray sow on my premises five or six years old mostly black very little white The owner can have sam by paying for this notice and for the feeding PB England j 41t NelltKif 1 As is the custom of the Hancock Hotel on Thanksgiving unusual gop dinner was prepared and very nisei ieii jdyd Ijy the many who put in afrajA pearance r v f r Railroad Prospects Mr Mansfield one of the firm of a construction company located at India napolis reached Columbia last week according to appointment and went over the route from here to Greens berg the objective point in company with W R Myers N M Tutt and T R Stults He was well pleased with the country traversed and thought the route feasible for either a Trolley line or a steam road He was well pleased wieh Columbia and her surroundinds and was surprised at the amount of business transacted annually and the departe ed from the town each year He was convinced that we needed quicker transporation and said that a road could be built from here to Greens 1 burg and that his company would un dertake the contract if the people along the line would show a friendly disposition by taking stock When asked what he thought Adair county would have to do in order to secure amounteof 60000 would secure it The matter has been discussed about town and it is the opinion of financiers that 50000 can be raised by subscription So at this time the prospects for a road is good if the people will do their part The amount the people will subscribed will not be a donation but will be pre ferred stock After looking over the situation at Greensburg Mr Mansfield J willgmake up estimates and report to the people here in about ten days When his report reaches Columbia a full statement of the situation will be made Watch the Windows The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap infs on Dee 14th and 15th a variety of articles such as centerpieces table covers bags pillow cases embroidered towels cushion tops cook aprons etc ands various other articles too numerous to mention embracing the useful as well as ornamental On Dec 16th they will aftertnoon ptose disposing of these things for ja very small sum The public generally fare cordially invited to attend as these things are suitable for Xmas gifts as well as for use in the home The society meets with Mrs J N Page next Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock All the members are urged to attend as there will be business of im portance to transact For Sale or Rent I have a good little farm for sale or rent prefer renting if I can find acuity able Tenant Its 21 miles East of Co lumbia in a firstclass neighborhood Will rent and furnish Team and all farming implements for a part of crop About 12 or 14 acres already plowed for corn and balance easy to cultivate Good buildings and plenty of water and in a desirable place to live See S C Neat 42t Columbia Ky reorgany ized Sunday evening at the Methodist church with the following officers President Mrs B M Currie 1st V President Miss Nettie Clark 2nd V President WRev Nelson 3rd V Presidednt Miss Jennie McFarland Secred tary and Treas Gleason Hulse Re gular devotional services will be held each Sunday evening preceding the preaching service All the young pea pIe are invited to attend and enlist in this work to promote piety and better prepare themselves for future useful ness iVantedeWe want your turkeys next week be ginning Monday the 6th and will buy all the week Get our price before you sell Northern Poultry Egg Gp Church Social III the Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will tender a recep tion to all members of the Presbyterian ofe I street next Thursday from the hours of five until nine pm The first hourtwill be devoted to those under sixteen years of age It is cordially urged ati eall Presbyterians shall attend NQ mission charges v y f Vv Vfc For Sale i P dOne extra good rubber tired buggj Owe Babcock cutunl rrKQdtr r r ingle arnerj eat ij qi yt j t I f 2 r THE ADA1B COUNTY NEWS 1r jfit N FATtIER AIso Showed an Aptness for l Latin The old farmer had worked and scraped to get money enough to send his worthless boy to col lege Vacation time came and the boy came home for a visit He found his father in the horse lot carting out manure ttJohn said the father t how have you been getting along in your Latin 1 First rate father first rate Ive finished the Reader and am in Ceasar now Holding up the spade He was using the father asked What is this in Latin John 1 That in Latin is spadibusj father And what is manure in Latin Manuribus promptly re sponded the brazen young rascal And whats the Latin name for cart my son 1 tt Cartibus father carti bUS The old gentleman didnt think it necessary to catechise John any further so handing him the spade with ceremonial dignity he saidJohnibus my sonibus grasp this spadibus and load this carti bus with this horsibus manuri bus Now do good workibus my dear Johnibus or Ill thrash you like hellibus The old farmer didnt send Johnibus back to college any more as he decided he could give him a practical Latin education at home Our Illiterate Convicts f a ThE Louisville Times has be gun the publication of a series r of articles on the subject of pris on reform Judging from the firs article which appeared in last Saturdays paper the gener al purpose of these articles is to change our penitentiary system so that when men are leased af ter serving sentences they will make good citizens instead of committing crime again In his connection the Prison Commis sioners make the stratling state ment that of the 2000 prisoners confined in the Frankfort and Eddyville penitentiaries two but of every three can neither read or write It seems from this that while reforms may take place in the prisons we are in need of reform outside to keep men from committing crime If ten per cent of our population which is illiterate furnishes two thirds of our criminals it looks like the wouldbbe to introduce the spelling book and the reader It costs very much less to educate to prevent crime than either the care off criminals in our prisons or their reformationEducation according to the figures of the prison commission would reduce our convicts from 2000 to less than 1000 and at the same time protect life and property and save court and prison cost Kentucky has been busy for some time in looking after College High School and Nornal education at a heavy ex Yltense to the State and instituting no changes to tamp out illiter 1 acy Seventyfive per cent of the chitdren for whom the Common School was established those too poor to be educated otherwise are out of school while all theschool effort is being extended give higher educa 7 flr f i 3 tion to those who would be edu cated without the public school It is time the attention of the State was directed to the real purposes of the public school system and reach out after those who are growing up illiterate and furnishing two thirds of our criminals E Town News She Could Notl With one wave of my wand says the fairy I can make you grow young again Excuse me replied the wo manif I decline your kind of fer If you can bring youth to me at my present age all right but I positively refuse to travel back through pyrography the first stages of bridge the habit back the straight front balloon sleeves and all the rest of the fads I can remember Cleaning Hints Use clear water withoutsoap to wash windows and when rubbed with paper they will be perfectly cleat To clean graniteware when mixtures have burned on Half fill the pan with cold water add washing soda and heat gradually to the boiling point when the dish may be easily washed Water bottles or carafes are hard to keep looking bright es pecially if the water used leaves deposit of lime One method is to fill the bottle half full with soapsuds add bits ofnewspaper and let stand shaking occasion ally Another method Save the peeling from potatoes add to soapsuds and shake occasionally until clean Songs in The Night Very many of the sweetest i joys of Christian hearts are songs which have been learned in the bitterness of trial It is said of a little bird that he will never learn to sing the song his master will have him sing while it is light in his learnsba snatch of every song he hears but will not learn a full melody of his own And the master covers the cage and makes it dark all about the bird and then t he listens and learns the one song that is taught him until his heart is full ofit Then ever after he sings the song in the light With many of us it is as with the bird The Master has a song he wishes to teach us but we learn only a strain of it a note here and there while we worldsIcomes and makes it dark about us till we learn the sweet melody He would teach us Many of the loveliest songs of peace and trust sung by Gods children in the world have been taught in the darkened chamber 6f sorrow Killed bv Tree Schuyler Harrison the seven teenyearold son of Mr George countryIing tree The young man and his father with another gentle man were in the woods cutting timber when a tree which they had cut split and flew back striking young Harrison in the abdomen injuring him so that he died a few hours later He is said to have been a fine young man and his parents have the profound sympathy of the whole communityGlasgow Republi cant Examiners For Kentucky Banks With the indorsement of the Kentucky Bankers association a bill prepared by Secretary of State Ben L Bruner will be in troduced in the next session of the Legislature providing for the appointment of the Kentucky Board of Bank Examiners which will consist of four members The members will be appoint ed by the secretary of state for a term of four years and shall be appointed first in April of next year if the bill becomes a law The board will be nonpartisan asl two members will be selected from the political parties casting the largest vote and the next largest vote at the preceding election Jt is provided in the measure that the terms of office of two members shall expire the first Monday in January 1912and that the appointments and vacan cies shall be filled by the secre tary of state t Under the terms of the bill each state bank building and loan association savings bank investment company safe deposit trust company savings and loan societies and associations combined banks and trust com panies and every other character of state bank doing business now in the state or that will be or ganized hereafter shall be ex amined twice a year and the ex aminers shall have the power to make a thorough examination df the cash bills collaterals secur ity of every kind owned by the bankThe bill also provides that no officer of stockholder of any banking institution shall examine any bank in which he is in terested as a stockholder officer or director and that no notice shall be given any institution to be examined before the exami nation takes place The exami ners shall be required to give 1000 bond for the faithful per formance of their duty The salary shall be 3000 and all the necessary traveling expenses and other expenses incident to the work and the secretary of state shall be paid 1000 annually for the services rendered by him as an exofficio member of the board For the purpose of reimburs ing the state for the money ex pended under this measure the law shall assess all institutions governed by this act as follows From institutions having a cap ital stock of 15000 and less than 25000 20 those having a cap ital stock of 25000 and less than 50000 25 those having a capitalstock of 50000 and less than 150000 30 those having a capital stock of 100000 and less than 200000 35 those having a capital stock of 200 000 and less than 300000 40 and so on5 being added for each 100000 of the capital stock The Hog Crop The hog crop is admittedly small Government estimates place the shortage around 11 per cent in the main hogproducing States Market experts generally consider that the corn twill have about 25 per cent less hogs to sell this year than last says Breeders Gazette Recjpts so far this year have been run ningfar behind witha short age so farat the six principal Western markets of 1879000 head or 12J per cent compared with the same months last year 4 With the high prices that have l prevailed for live hogs consumption his been curtailed in a meas ure but still there is only a meager supply of the hog product in store Although hog prices have been and still are highcompared with cattle the prospect is that there will be nothing in the size of the mar ketwardmovement or in the further skrmkage in consumption- to justify any great reduction in prices this winter As cold weather intensifies consumption is bound to increase The Angel at the Home She does not make any fuss about it nor asked to have a porter at herIsunny heart of selfforgetting love will not let her hands be at rest while there is any bit of helpful service she can render If she can without observation slip the burnt roll of undercrust on her plate it is done If some one must stay at home whe there is a days outing she tell with music in every tone how glad she will be to be left quiet ly behind and have time all to herself to do ever so many things she has in mind And none sus pect from word or tone how great the sacrifice to give up the pleasureHer buick eye detects th oversight of neglect on the part of another and she quickl- hastens tb remedy the matter careful that none shall know her hand has made up anothers failure Is va harshround of judgment started by some ill advisedcriticism 1 She deftly and tenderly drops the sweetest possible word for the criticized one and swithces the con versa tion to other topics Rough Handling at Home The boy thre handlingIIIn care a stableboy The boy with a tember is the aIfever There is the type of child with a temper who has been spoiled by indulgence who learned before he was two years old that he could have things that he wanted if he cried with enough persistency and withj goodvocalization In extreme cases he held his breath But such a boy has always abandon ed this policy for public service long before he reaches a second schoolWhat needs is an association steady and cool which will serve him as lighting conductor He needs to see others keep cool when times are hot He will learn one habit as he has the other witrh whom he is Children Mrs Wiggs would say are like bast ings You take out what you put in =The New Idea Woman s Magazine for December The theory that a man must depend on the munificence of friends if he wishes to enter the lists of literature and be entirely contended with the glory that may come to him is a perfect absurdity Inventors work for glory and for money Men who- write give a fair return to the world They are entitled to some reward more tangible than mere words He who contribut es a classictoourliterature adds to the sum total of civilization I Ellenboro N C Editor News Since I contributed anything to your columns a great deal of history has been made and the good work is still going on I am stiil backing Cook as original discoverer of North Pole and assigning Peary the place of second fiddler in the enterprise If anybody in the old Kentucky Home desires to know my busi ness and whereabouts I am prin cipal of Beams Academy i n Rutherford county N C near EllenboroWe an elegant and com modious building nicely painted well equipped with good black boards patent desks good stoves maps etc- Term began on 15th of November and we have enrolled 76 pupils with many more to follow- I am glad to learn that Ken tucky has arrayed herself again in Democratic columns and hope onyearss I will further add that some of my views have been receiving withering rebukes Comfort a monthly maga zine published in Augusta Me has a young folks department edited by Charles Noel Douglas Some time since an article was departement bearing signature of Robt sonyThis emanation ridiculed those who believe the moon influences cropsIcutting timber A deluge of letters has fallen on Robt some for and some again t his views and those of Chas Noel Douglas who as Uncle Charlie edits columns and criticises the articles The hoop snake was discussed and Robt was skeptical as to the present or past existence of such a serpent in which view he was sustained by Uncle Char lie But a mother in Isreal wrote Robt that she had been chased by hoop snakes and whoso scoff ed at the moon had denied the faith and is worse than an infidel Others said Robt was right and still others sided with the anciet dame What gave rise to the hoop snake episode was one of my neighbors killed a snake which some called a hoop snake I scout fed the idea of the hoop snake ever being in existence Such a theory is no better authenticated than the existence of ghosts witches or seaserpents Howbeit some editors preacn ers etc who believe anything t that will fill their pockets spoke out and I was left among the skeptics Hear you own dogs beirecognIze In goo ny body who believes that the moon I influences things mundane is pre pared to believe any extravagant vagaries as to seaserpents or hoop snakes ofIAdair and Russell counties in The Old Kentucky Home ere many moons wax and wane v cfIM lvin L White We want to commend the de mocrats of Barren county county upon their courteous treatment of the Republicans following their victory A few years ago after a victory like the recent one a man could hardly her sears in Glasgow and a RepubIi t can coal hardly walk the sitswithout- d being insulted Hpt things have changed and following the recent flurry Republicans were treated with the utmost courtesy We did not hear of single jeer or taunt and thejre was no crowing And this gen tlemanly conduct was appreciat ed Glasgow Republican ata Profitable Hog Feeding It is much the best economy to furnish swine a grain ration when they are on pasture as it results in better gains and a better product One man estimates that itrtakes from onehalf to one third less corn on alfalfa pasture than on a straight grain ration to make a hog ready for market Many let the hogs run on alfalfa until about five or six months old by which time they reach a weight of 75 to 125x pounds feeding just a little grain then they feed heavily for about two months and sell the hogs at eight months old weighing 200 to 225 pounds One farmer who raises about a thou sand hogs a year and who in one year sold 11200 worth makes a practice of growing his hogs on alfalfa pasture until about eight months old feeding one ear of corn per head daily He then feeds heavily on corn for a month or two and sells at an average weight of 200 to 225 pouuds An other man feeds all the corn and slop the pigs will clean up all the while grazing them on alfalfa pasture and sells at six to eight months old at weights of 250 to 300 pounds Another who raises about a thousand head a year feeds all the corn the pigs will eat beginning shortly after wean ing and continuing until the hogs are sold at ten to eleven months old averaging abont 125 pounds Another farmer from weaning time two months old until eight months old feeds the pigs nothing but dry corn on alfalfa pasture averaging about onehal gallon of corn 3i pounds a day per head At the end of eight months he sells at an average weightof 250 pounds From Co burns Swine in America A Poultry House For Winter In making a poultry house care should be taken to make its wall proof Against the wind It is the little draught that strikes a hen that gives her roup catarrh and such diseases Make the north west and east sides perfectly tight and in the south leave a theboutside with poultry wire fencing and on the inside tack stout muslin using no glass and the house will be light and perfectly ventilated without any draughts to hurt the fowls Put the perches above a platform having the platform thirty inches from the floor The perches should be six or eight inches above the plat form This gives the fowls the entire floor space and adds to the room in the house A house 8x10 feet is plenty big enougn for twentyfive fowls where they are allowed to run out of doors Put a foot of straw on the floor and throw the grain into it so the fowls must dig for it so they w- get +exercise during the cold weather Givethem box of grit a box of fine charcoal a wide shal low box of dust and keep plenty of pure water where they can get at it Feed wheat corn oats barley and beef scrap Dont worry about getting balanced rations until you have got run of tHe bu BineiiPoultar t ft t f r rIrT ii i 1iG t i 1t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSr 3 Lady Passengers LOgq vlt was blowing rather hard and there was a nasty sea on an hour and bugleAnalong the passage between the staterooms and a timid voice called to him Oh Mr Officer please stopP He turned and saw a dear old lady with a wrapper thrown around her peeping through her half open door Yes madam said the officer Mr Officer please would you call this a gale asked the old lady anx ioujlytDn no madam Theres not the IJleast danger 1 assure you Well is it half a gale v Not even half a gale and this is J such an excellent sea boat that you neednt worry a bit explained the of ficer Well what would you call it please said the lady steadying her self as the vessel rolled Just a fresh norwest breeze mad am with a cross sea running But really theres nothing to fear I Thank you so much I just wanted to get it quite right in my diary you know New York Times A Chinese Superstition Fengshui is the Chinese superstition that determines good site or locality L and ira town on the Yangtze has not a good fengshui trade will not come it and it will be ruined A town L named Peishlh had its pagoda in the wrong placenot far enough down the riverand the result was that all traf fic which should have come to it was swept past Peishih being left out in the cold The people pulled down the pagoda and built another one in the supposed right spot as nqthing would L convince them that the depression could arise from any other cause than that of a bad fengshui r The city of Wanshein on the other hand has a perfect fengshui two fine pagodas and is very prosperous But the fact that Wanshein Is situated in a fertile valley where wheat barley and the poppy flourish abundantly while Peishih is barren and miserable does not concern the inhabitants so I much as the fengshui site This re markable idea in the Chinese mind is only one of thousands like It Mastication The body is a manufactory said a doctor recently It has to manufacture bone and blood and muscle and brain out of bread and butter eggs beef and milk and a wonderful proc ess it is Now the first part of the Irprocess takes place in the mouth and as most factories the first is the most important If a wrong start is made everything that follows is put wrong If the food isnt well mas ticated and mixed with the saliva the stoxnach the liver and the intestines are thrown out of gear consequent ly most of the more advanced doctors are paying a great deal of attention to I the condition of their patients teeth They know to garble Shakespeare a bit that good digestion waits on mas tication and health on bothNew- r York Tribune How Letters Strike Our Eyes Roman letters of various sizes are commonly called into request by ocu 1 lists in testing vision Recent experi ments show great differences in the ease with which the various letters are recognized by the same person T is especially difficult of recognition and is apt to be mistaken for Y By a sim ilar optical illusion the angle of L is Lf rounded off making the letter resem ble a reversed J V is the easiest of all letters to recognize and 0 presents little difficulty K is more easily rec ognized than H which resembles it closely and both N and Z are easily recognized A is easily guessed at from its general form but is difficult of positive recognition including dis tinct perception of the horizontal line difficultLDiscouraging IA pompous man went into a drug store early the other morning to buy a cigar The only person he found there was the soda water dispenser The boy was sweeping out the store Sweeping out eh j said the man Well thats how I got my start The boy looked him over and re plied Aw what do you want to dis courage me like that for When the man left he was frown JngDenver Post L Edifying Gentleman looking forroomDld you say a music teacher occupies the II next apartment That cannot be very pleasant Landlady eagerly On thats nothing He has eleven chil dren and they make so much noise you cant hear the piano Harpers Bazar r Utilizing Her kMydeartthehtred girl has quit Well thats all right Just drop a line to your mother inviting her to visit us Shell do the housework un uiwe can get another maid New York Journalbri vT VfOut of Her Reach Elsie Why is Clara always so short Dfmcney Didnt her father leave her a lot Madge Yes but you see shes not to get it till shes thirty and ifieni never own up to that Boston W ranscript ltV Opulence t What is your Idea of happiness Xt be able to spend my own money jjas if I were going to turn in an- expenseI account when I got home i Chicago RecordHerald Rank has its laB well aspleas iBeac bOor t v V Mf1rrr bk News Notes i George P McCann a well known citizen of Lexington died of paralasis Daniel Trigg prominent Virginia lawyer is dead at Abing don that State G W Allen sheriff of Rowan county was seriously injured in a runaway accident- A threeyearold child of Lam berth Moss of Horse Cavwas killed while playing with a shot gunOver three thousand pounds of rose petals are used in the man ufacture of one pound of ottar of roses perfume William M Laffan publisher of the New York Sun died fol lowing an operation for appendi citis performed on Monday The State Board of Valuation and Assessment has made a pre liminaryincrease of the whisky tax 5 to 10 a barrel As the result of blood poison ing resulting from a defective tooth Lottie Miner the 8year olddaughter of G A Miner of Owensboro is dead Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor beside this I want to go on record as saying that 1 regard Electric Bitters as one of the greatest gifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs O Rhine vault of Vestal Center N Y 1 can never forget what it has done for me This glorious medicine gives a woman buoyant spirit vigor of body and jubi land health It quickly cures Nervov ness Sleeplessness Melancholy Head ache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon builds up the weak ailing and sickley Try them H5oc at Paull Drug Co Cigarettes and Business The recent drastic action- against the cigarette in the Western States is very signifi cant and the reason therefor is well worth the careful consider ation of every young man who has an ambition to do something in life worth whileiThe States of Michigan Min nesota Wisconsin Indiana Illinois Iowa Missouri and Nebraska have all passed rigid laws prohibiting the manufacture or sale of what are aptly termed coffin nails within their bor dem Thexse drastic laws are passes solely for business reasons Em ployers have found it utterly useless to forbid igarette smoking by their employes as in spite of the prohibition the victims of the pernicious habit persisted in its indulgence in secret and felt that they were at liberty to do as they pleased on their own timeThat of course was their right and not being a crime could not be forbidden or punish ed by law Moral reasons and preachments did not weigh But in order to campetentI and reliable help employers found it necessary to do some thing to put a stop to cigarette smoking and their combined in fluence resulted in the passage of the laws 7v Law WantedNew Mayors of twenty Kentucky towns will petition the Legisla ture to pass a bill exempting cities from damage suits Con certed action will be taken by the Mayors of many of the larger cities and towns in Kentucky This was decided upon at a meet ing held in Louisville Thursday Mayor Hume of Frankfort presiding Under the laws of Ken fT ti1 J tucky neither the county nor the State can be sued but the cities and towns do not enjoy exemp tion The number of suits filed against muncipalities every yea run up into the thousands and hundreds ofjudgments awarded against cities where the parties suing were not entitled to dam ages It is to remedy this evil that Mayors have agreed on a bill to be presented to the next Legislature tf3080BE39E380BOH 1 M E JONES S Specialattention given to Dentistry and all diseases which the dumb brute is F to Iam prlpared to keep and treat heira z Persons who desire to see me ly can find me at my office over Paull Drug fi x Phone Residence 96 B m COLUMBIA E KYm iiOOOSE E38 3000U Sentence Sermons Love needs no interpreter Every blessing makes yo u a debtor Affection is never guilty of affectation Heaven ranks by service and not by salary A lust is an appetite in the seat of the will Our principles are simply our habits of thinking You cannot hide your vices un der advertisement of your vir tues Little individual kindnesses make the way for the universal low The people who raise the row in a church seldom raise their revenue Farm Notes Plow the gardeii this fall Potato growing in proving more profitable Save seed from the best pump kins and squashes Sort out seed potatoes from most productive hills Discary sweet corn for seed if it shows a trace of field corn Beets that have taken second growth are spoiled for the table Better apply manure to the garden now than to wait until spring A dark cool house is an ideal place to store potatoes for the next 60 days A lister Js a good substitute for a potato diggerit is better than a plow as it has a double mold board Leave the cabbages in the field until cold wet weather absolutely compels removal They will keep better there than anywhere else When it comes to hauling manure you cannot afford to do ft in any other way than with a spreader We used to think we could but have realized our mis take New varieties of potatoes are propagated by planting the seeds found in tile potato balls They will be very small at first but in crease in size from continued planting We always lay in a good supply of cotton gloves early in the fall They lire handy to chore in and cheaper to wear when husking than to take all the wear and tear on thebtrehanda t ii i riG i qJ le j r p Y c i r Jr1 I The SelfDepreciatory Man Henry said Uncle Hiram to his hopeful young nephew I would not advise anybody to go around continually blowing his horn We tire of men who do that and we are apt to think of them that thats all they can do blow IOn the other hand Henry never belittle yourself never be selfdepreciatory Dont have a poor opinion of yourself hut if you do have such an opinion dont express it The man who blows his own horn may seldom be tak en at his own valuation but the selfdepreciatory man almost in varably is So never run yourself down or speak doubtfully of your own ability If the boss is thinking of advancing you and he should say to you some day Henry we are thinking of trying you on this thing Do you think you could handl this job you dont want to say Well I havent had much experience yet in that knowIYou dont want to say any thing like that for if you do they be likely to think it over some more and end up trying somebody else taking a blower may be who cant really do the work half as well as you could but whos got selfconfidence enough to say he can Yon dont know what you can do til you try Some men try and fail but an astonishing number rise to occasions devel op strength or ability that others might never have thought them to possess In the United States education has long been too much of an accomplishment not a training For our boys and our girls we have been proud to provide a schooling that ornaments their lives with graces of conduct or smattering of knowledge that may flatter our vanity while it unfits them for the fierce strug gle of life But all this is being changed and it must be changed if our nation can hold its own not only against our British rivals but also against the trem endous rising power of Germany 4 Mild Lixi1w ff BabJFfi8 The child of today is the parent of upIparents for most children are into the world health but thousands become future weaklings between birth and the age of ten when the parents arestill in greatest control The prime cause of trouble is in the stomach A baby that is digesting its i cheerIromps and plays and never whines grOWing child learns well at school and is eager for fun if its head is clear and its stomach light and that means if it has no constipationIirregularity of the in children is by the use of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin This is a liquid laxative wonderful in its effect as Mrs John w Dunham Apple Creek 0 Mrs H L Cullam Plainville Ind and numerous others who it to their children withextraordinary results A bottle only costs 50 cents or 1 ac cording to the size you want and one 50cent bottle will do a event amount of good in a family It given to any member of the family in constipation sour stomach indigestion torpid liver dyspepsia heartburn sick headache and similar digestive troubles It never gripes or strangles like pi11s tablets salts powders which should not be given to children women or old fIfthe family who needs but has never this grand laxative tonic send your name and address to the doctor and a free trial bottle will be cent to your home In this what it will doway you can find out without personal expenseI If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will 9 answer you fully There Is no charge for this service The address is Dr W B Caldwell 500 Caldwell bldgv Montlcello HT Aint This the Truth If a news gthererhOuld r iiR r r feir j 2 3 1i J it fi t i HORD RICE iiDEALERS IN ttj HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES BLACKSMITH RUBBER SHOP TIRESfWHEN RUBBER TIRES ON SHORT NOTICE CAMPBELLSVILLE KENTUCKY J4 4 4 4 4 LUMBER We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stockiof finished material always on hand thing specially needed can be furnished allYI short notice Our machinery is of the l and we can meet all reasonable de= Imands If you mean to build or repair write use Phones 32 = 4 32 = 3 and 59 = A IGRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill LI dj IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY 1 11iE RIGHT pj ACE ATI See my Stock of it GENERAL MERCHANDISE ui l f Pi oduote Wanted I I HUMBLE W L SIMMONS KENTUCKY Ii1 a sOB08Q eJI IFc1ic trnc1cw1Tht1 I W A T G I1 m R l R ft TI Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired at Satisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE tl f I Pay Cash for Old Gold and Silver lkoeatooOV01 Paul cos D1 ug Stoie Colombia Icy i 09QBG80 3CO08f3 E3H Id s w lf shi v l v I I I I 71 I I I I I I 1 rN1MJA1iS 7ciz 2EDr James Menzies IE iE I CD OSTEOPATHY i7i 5 CONSULTATION AND Office C 35 EXAMINATION FREE AT RESIDENCE 5 7i 7K Columbia Kentucky D 7t 7- iiv IVVIJ VVWVV wItIf Iis 71 I 77 II Ii iz It r i IiI I I II i II 1 II II i i + I FRANK CORCORAN 1Ri hGradc Marble Granite iCerrieterrwork See US before you buy Represented by C G JEFFRIES In this and 4 adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky Ki t 1 1 The Adair County News and CqurierJourna Both One Year for 150 meet fifty persons each day and should put the inquiry Any news fortynine out of the fif ty would reply after a vigorons scratching of the4iead Nooo I guess not When at thesame time he might know of a number of interesting happenings that would help to make the paper just what everyone wishes it to thefQs tM f r f i news which you expected to see in print is not there ibis ypir own fault you failed to inform us of the fact Ex n Looking Ones Best Its a womans delight to look her best but pimples skin eruptions sores and boils rob life of joy iwten Buck lenS AtDic Salve cures them makes t the skin soft and velvety It glorifies the face Cures Pimples Sore Iye Cold Sores Crackfd Lip Chapped Hands Try it Infallible for PXleg 25c nt Paull Drug Co 7 7 1 rf t 1 Io J 1 jI t irr i THE ADAIR C013N1TJ NEWS 0 r t t1Ji tntnijI i Published Every Wednesday BYTHELii s Company INCORPORATED fl uu CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR IlIll i vr Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests af the city of Columbia and the people of Adair amd adjacent counties Watered at the Columbia Postoffice as second Vslua mall matter WED DEC 1 1909 1 Have you ever thought how rapid would be the growth of Columbia and what great imj ii provements would take place on the farms in this county if a rail yroad was built to this little city I The fact is that the spirit ofen terprise is manifested in every I section of the county and year by year improvements are being made regardless o f costs and disadvantages but if shipping avIeragement would surprise the most en thusiastic Within the last few years land values have nearly doubled while no impiovement has been made for marketing products Columbia likewise has kept up with the average town PIeven surpassing many railroad impioveiof gettingin and out remains Mf the people of Columbia and fAdair county had the advant gages of a good railroad the next 2 ten years would advance values and bring developments both in town and county that would im press this entire part of the State Just now we have hope that a r road may be built and believe r that the people of this section will gladly give the encourage I ment necessary Too long we It have been indifferent to our own advancement W e have been r J f too well contented with our sur iii f rou dings The time of unioestI jfpias come the ambition people are demanding better things and under such conditions andIIr aration E INThe Larue County Herald pays compliment if you want to call it a compliment to the speaker of the national House r 0 f Represenatives Congress I f meets the first Monday in De cember and your uncle J Can non will again become the man of the hour He rides the Amer lean Congress just like a robust i boy rides his 11ickory stick horse It is true the insurgents and the Democrats backjump and rear up- ia an effort to dislodge the trust made Speaker but he stays in in the saddle and rjdesover every route designated by the in terests of the country tr W E Proctor who was the Republican candidate for Audi tor of the city of Louisville was vishot to death on Main Street in that city last Monday morning by Robert M Culley The slay liii ler waited for two hours for his victim claiming that Proctor had Assaulted hfs Culley s wife I Before dying the mortally wound ved man claimed his innocence 4 saying that a mistake had ben manrn been personal friends for ten Mirk Mrs Culley has made 4nethat her er that he eughtnot to have shot w r vv v Miss Pearl Doss a popular and accomplished young lady of Ma ion Ky was burned to death fct MadisonyiJle Ky last Wed nesday evening She had gone to Madisonville to spend Thanks giving with her sister Mrs T E Hearing and was standing in front of an open grate when her clothing caught She was burn ed so horribly that death followed in a few hours The dead girl was organist for the Southern Methodist Church Marion Her pas sing brought much sor row and the manner of her death should be a warning The papers of Dr Frederick A Cook the Arctic explorer snowing that he reached the North Pole April 21 1908 will reach the University of Copen novIities will pass upon them and in ja few weeks an answer will be predictIsustained William McKay the 15 year old boy of Jacksonville Fla who with Earl Bullock robbed the State Bank at Eudora Kansas on the 11th of November has been paroled by Hugh Means Judge of the Juvenile Court A boy who could commit such a crime should have been punish ed Several sorehead JLemocratic newspapers are barking gearing that certain men of the party will b e nominated for office when the next State convention convenes We take it that rep resenative Democrats from every locality in Kentucky will have sense enough to select a good ticket when the time com s We heingII The Elizabethton News al ways bright and newsy donned a new dress last week making the old girl look handsomer than ever Watchher as she gives the news from house to house She is flippant and reliable conIIgressman from the Fourth district will announce his Candida cy for Governor in a short time He is looked upon with favor in this neck of the woods President Taft has not as yet commenced his message to Con gress and the statement is made that it will not be finished until a day or twobefore the session begins Hon JohnG Carlisle who has been critically ill in an infirmary in New York for the past ten daysr is reported much better Russell County Farmers Institute Our Annual Farmers Institute was held in Jamestown on Nov 25th and 26th and while our farmers did lot turn out as well as they should there was a fair attendance of farmers from most parts of the county on both days The Agricultural Department at Frankfort sent State lecturer WT Kane lo instruct the In stitute alongteuch lines of farm ing and live stock husbandry as are most needed on our farms We people of Russell county commend Mr Kane to any In stitute work v He leaves here for Gdyvil1e We dtalb wWt 41fanai fIlii k t IJif jJ 4 lt 1 5 r L l t C t r some are raising it successfully in this county t The Russell County Farmers Institute will meet in Jamestown the 2nd Saturday in Decepiber t andwe hope the farmers irom all over the county will come and lets have a meeting that we all can enjoy and be benefitted by lour being togetherYours Truly Attis McFarland L 4ID Edith hogIing killed Mr Joe Campbell the poultry man was in our midst one day last week Mr Mont Harmon and wife visitedrelatives at Neatsburg last Thursday The box suppergat Tabernacle last Wednesday night was very much enjoyed by those present Miss Linnie Winfrey won in the- ring contest for thejprettiest girli Hurrah for Miss Linnie Evan Bros have just received a fine Duroc Jersey Boar that they purchased from E M Cas tie Son of Joy Ill He is pronounced by all who have seen him to be one of the best boars ever brought to this coun ty V Mr W R Knifley is buying VI tobacco at from 3 to 6 cents per pound I Mr arid Mrs Pies Wesley vis ited the family of Mr and Mrs W G McKinley of Columbia several days last week Mrs 1 C Harmon who has been on the sick list for the past week is better at this writing Several of the neighbors spent quite an enjoyable day with Mr and Mrs Josh Beard Thanksgiving I s1rjtlat Wednesday night and Thurs day J Miss Maggie Rubarts of Dunnville is visiting the family of Mr G W Rubarts this week Mr C B Whitney of Camp bellsville was in this neighborhood several days last week The spelling at Spout Spring last Friday night was largely attended and all report a nice time Several of the neighbois spent Thanksgiving with the Misses Evans Those present were Mr1- Mrs Cassius Breeding Mrs Va lera Campbell and daughter An nie Misses Hattie Williams Bes sie and Linnie Winfrey and Mr Charlie Williams j Owensby p Mr Bob Royse and wife of Garlin passed here the 15thn route to Mrs Martha E Barters where Mr Royse spent a few days bird hunting I1Ir Ezra Moore is on the road now Miss Stella Long who resides on Indian creek is visiting the family of her uncle M L Owens at this writing Uncle Calbert Blair visitfdhis son Logan Saturday night and Sunday Uncle Sam Longs condijtipn re mains about the same rt i The protracted meeting a t Bethel closed last Sunday night ReT Sam Stapp delivered a Very interesting sermoil iitf Mt S r J IVQ1 t it lf Misses Mollie Cain and Laura More visited IdeHSimms one day last week On the 17th Inst the neighbors andfriends of Mr J K P Aaron gathered in to celebratejin honor of his 68th birthday The good women which came pre pared an excellent dinner for the occasion and all that partook of it say they were glad they did It was a day of enjoyment and arid pleasure and one that will belong remembered b y all who were present Miss Lena Oaks teacher at this place attended Thanksgiv ing services at French Valley the 25th She reports a large crowd and a nice time Mr J C Coffey has just corn pleted a nice dwelling house Misses Nellie Haynes and Min nie Wheat visited Idell Simms one day last week There is a meeting in progress at Wei ware being conducted by beenlweeks Mr J A Phelps of Est sold a pair of mules toA Hunn grice not known The Farmers Woolen Mill Is now in operation and Mr Reece is ready to serve the publc Eli The health of this commnuity is very good at present Ben McGowan and wife have moved near Stanford to make- their futqre home W e wish them good luck IMr F M Ballenger with J M Robinson Norton Company Mr R 0 Jones with Cumber land Grocery Co and a Mr Webb with the Cumberland Tobacco Works were here yesterday Bryant Russell is still hauling spokes to Fonthill Bryant says he has hauled over one hundred thousand On Saturday Nov 20 J K Butcher sent his father L P Butcher to A D Dunbar at OnoI Ky to assist in bringing his son inlaw A D Dunbar and family up to his place After they arriv ed about 11 oclock dinner was announceduncle Levi called to them to come on when he open ed the dining room door there to his surprise greeted him 47 of his children grandchildren cou sins and friends it being his 80th birthday After the snmptuous dinner was served they all part ed to their various places of abode leaving the old gentleman enjoying the occasion immense N ly G F Rexroat and son Bazelle made a business trip to Adair county last week McGaha The rain that fell a few nights ago was a welcome visitor Farmers are busy gathering cornAnderson Murrell isr visiting his sister in Taylor county Rev I M Grimsley is teach ing an interesting singing school at Oak Grove church The peo ple are stf well satisfied with his instructions they employed him the second term He is the best instructor that has visited us He has won the respect of the community They paid him more than they promised and gave him the best Order that lias been given to any one at that place for some time We expect great feefits from the schools ritIi J t i j1f ADDITIONAL LOCALS Born to the wife of Lawrence Montgomery a boy Nov 23 t Agood horse for sale j Soy E Djudgebn R A Waggener sold a span of mules to A W Pedigo Wednesday for 290 Born to the wife of Elmore Strange Nov 28 1909 a daughter A valuable cow which was owned by Mr J H Pelley died Monday morning An infant child of Mr and Mrs Riley Taylor who live in the eastern portion of town died Sunday night A man named Allen who was at work in the Bassett Hardwood mill Cane Valley got two fingers amputated last Monday morning Mr John Bell who lives in the Tutt addition has repainted his welling which improves the appearance of the building very much Mr S D Barbee sold the vacant lot adjoining the dwelling in which Mr Sam Barbee lives to C M Herriford Mr Herriford will build a cottage at onceThe Columbia Hotel spread a magni ficent dinner Thanksgiving Resides the regular guests about forty persons were present and participated Mr J T Goodman killed a Duroc hog 8J months old that weighed 388k pounds This shows what good stock will Ho under the best care and feed Mr W C Smith has remove d from Cane Valley to Columbia and is occu pying the cottage on Greensburg street he recently purchased of Mr Tim C CoJIinsI1iIo S C Neat purchased the resi dence in the South end of town known as the Wesley property from N M Tutt for 750 He will remove from his farm to Columbia in a few weeks i Valuable Property for Sale I will as Master Commissioner of the Russell Circuit court sell to the highest andbest bidder on Monday the 13th day qf December the Patterson Hotel property in the town of James town and all the lands connected there with The property will be sold on a credit of six months with approved surity R E Lloyd Master Com 23t There is some speculation here as to who will be Master Commissioner of the Adair Circuit Court beginning with the January term If Judge Carter has promised the position it is not publicly known Mr Asa Corbin son of Mr R A Corbin who was thrown from his horse two weeks ago getting both of his jaw bones broken is improving and hopes to be well in a short time The good roads amendment to the byaimajorityfor road purposes is not to 25 cents on the one hundred dollars Mr L C Hindman sold his farm at Gradyville last week to Mr J A Did dIe and Mr Elbert Nell Consideration 4000 Possession immediately of the land but Mr Hindman will reside in the residence during the coming year For SaleIMy house and lot in the town of Co lumbia It is located on the road lead- Ing to the Fair Ground and near the Lindsey Wilson College It is a seven room house good barn woodshed and all necessary out buildings For information call on meat News office 23t E L Feese lOUISVlllEMARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 525575 Beef steers325375F-at heifers and cows 3XX53 50 Cutters 300350 Canners100200Bulls 75495JJCkoice milch cows 35 004500 Common to fair cows 10002000 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 800810 Mediums 130 to 160 1800B10I Pigs n O Roughs 730 SHEEP AND LiMBS Best lambs 575 6100 Calla v 300400 FaUWev 300375 Columbia Market POULTRY Trakey Eg 1- 1Chickis I2100- Coti 0- 7Wbet 7O 3- Ducksb ittfL i l tt l 1 t tr y t f ii 7i For Sale in tarnpbellsviile- KyII I a fine 7 acre lot very desir able for town lots for sale Callon GowdyIThere will be a congregational meet ing ofthe Presbyterian Church at the home of Mr Allen Walker next Thur day afternoon beginning at 5 oclock Every member of the congregation is expected to be present Farm for Rent I want to rent my farm containing about 200 acres everything furnished BlissjIMr S T Harvey of Fairplay had the misfortune to get his left thumb cut off with a shingle saw last Friday morning While the wound is not dan jgerous yet it will prevent active work for some time LosTA pocket book containing 1 25 Finder leave at this office- Obituary On Nov 4 1909 the death an gel visited the home of Mr and Mrs T N Coffey and claimed for its victim their loving daugh ter Laura age 16 years 2 months and 3 days She had been dread fully afflicted for several years and all that loving hands friends and physicians could do was done but to no avail She was very bright and the idol of her parents heart But weep not dear par lents for Gods Will is done not ours and sheis around Gods eter nal throne beckoning father and mother to come on and share with her the eternal joys of hat bright world Then we sadly say 4 We miss thee Oh we miss thee We miss our darlings face No matter who is present There is none to fill her place V One of sweet affection One we love so dear Was loved by all connection And all who knew thee here We miss thee yes we miss thee At morning noon and night We miss thee here and everywhere Thy sunny face so bright We miss the silvery prattJet s When evenings hours have corner And long for thy dear presence a To cheer our lonely home We miss thee yes we miss the But in heaven thou art atrfest No angel there is brighter v Among the pure and blest No sounds of sweet aughter Or angels pure and fair Are found in the hereafter Than our Laura who is there So grieve not father and mother In heaven where all is well She comes with the first to greetv us With joys their tongues to tell Of joys more pure in heaven Of love the Savior told And how the angels hearken To the lamb within the fold So we must spare our darling To God and angels fair I No soul more fit for heaven t Than our Laura who is there A She was laid to rest in thfimi- ly graveyard at Mt Pleasant Funeral services were conducted by Rev G R Abrel in the pres ence of a large number of friends and relatives He r grearest joy was singing She had been singing almost all her life but she has ceased to sing in this world and is now singing with the ngels on Gods eternals shore Rrittie Hays The farmer js in a position t furnish a well balanced ratio without buying high priced pa tent foods We might mentio that clean fresh wateroyster shell grit commercial beef scraps and dry bran should at siwith a variety of grains comsti tute in a great measure their bill of fare It makes winter heIYQU nips cabbage and potato s for chickens J rtv t ifh fiSt L tJ e m err t trI i t r r r i i J J tf I l J 1t t i rr f isr f rzn tJLf TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i 5 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO +o- E y to O O OLOSING OUT RT GOAT fOR 6SH 0 0 0 O A iJJA FOR 3O DAYS ONLY 0 r Oy 0o My Entire Stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing Odd Pants Overcoats and Work Jackets ozii VvjV Also Ladies k1isses and Childrens Cloaks I 0O i 0 I a tC W L WALKER e a oooooooooooooo oooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOO 00000000060 ray r r s exm r rrcrraYrrr nr 3 t PERSONAL t Mr T M Wilson Cave City was here Sunday Mr Jo Russell is in Louisville having his eyes treated MrG A Smith visited in Russell county last week Mr Hatton Burke of Glasgow spent Thursday in Columbia i Mr W T McFarland has returned from a visit to Rowenaf Mr Geo R Miller returned from Louisville a few days ago Messrs J 0 arid Sidney Holt Esto were here a few days ago Mr Jack Young returned from a vis it to Louisville a few days ago Mr J J Campbell Creelsboro was m- Columbia a few days ago Mrs Hanibal McBeath who hast been sick for the past week is better d Mr Ed Sinclair and wife visted in Campbellsville last Saturday and Sunday Mr Gordon Montgomery and Mr lastiweek Mrr Green B Smith accompanied by Mr Oscar McBeath went to Monticello last SaturdaY Miss Louise Cabell and her brother Fred were shopping in Columbia one day last week Mr Jno Campbell of Creelsboro passed through here Thursday with ad drove of cattle DrB J Bolin Jamestown was here Wednesday University etn route for the Louisville Mrs Sallie F McLean and daughter Miss Virgin visited relatives at Cane Valley Sunday IMr Ed Winfrey of Cumberland county visited his brother L C Win frey last week Mr Robert Reed of the Reed Hard ware Company left for Cincinnati Monday morning Mr J D Jones and son Jo of Pellyton were visiting relatives in Co lumbia the first of the week Mr C M Herriford is in Louisville this week purchasing a stock of goods for Richardson Herriford Mr and Mrs G A Feese and little son visited the latters sister at Casey Creel aturday andSunday r Mr John McFarland of Rowena t visited his daughter Mrs J T Good man last Friday and Saturday Mrs J 0 Russell and Mr John Lee i Walker are in the market this week laying in supplies for Russell Co Dr R A Jones of Cincinnati was in Columbia last Sunday night on his return home from a visit to his parents atMontpelierMrs Abrel and Mrs Nathan Hays paid the News office a visit last Friday They were accompanied by fir J F Abrel Mr Robert Varderman wife and children of Marshall Mo are visiting in Columbia Mr Varderman is a brother of Mrs James Garnett Mr Wheeler Short of Cumberland county who is a soninlaw of Mr Mul limxr was here last week with a vieW a A f buying property and locating lfcr Bruce Robinson brother of Mrs Fred ifyers and Mrs Asure Damron is here from the West He is thinking of becoming a citizen of Columbia Miss Verna Dohoney who has been cqndmcting a millinery store in Missis sippi returned home a few iays ago Her mother met her in Louisville Bikerimmbi the first of the week Mr Cole fc a very valuable friend to the News kI JJ Willett of Hardinsburg irefe Bide eon reackedvCtliim f1 If t eveIning he had been made a great many residents of this place Sunday forenoon and Sunday night he filled the pulpit at the Baptist church large congregations out to hear him He is a gentleman who stands high in his home town andhe matte a very fav orable impression here Will Again Embark in Business Mr Frank Sinclair wellknown to the people of this county who retired from the mercantile business in this place about one year ago will again open a store about the middle of February or the first of March lIe has leased the large business house owned by Judge W W Jones now oc cupied by Russell Co The latter name firm hope to get into their new building which is being erected by Mr J 0 Russell some time in January The following ladies spent last Tues day at the home of Mr and Mrs B E Rowe who live two miles out of town Mrs Ann Johnston Mrs Tinnie Wells Russell Springs Mrs J F Montgomery and Mrs Bruce Montgomery Mrs Nanrie Flowers Mrs Kinnie Murrell Mrs W B Rowe and Miss Jim Conover A sumptuous dinner was spread which was very much enjoyed and spent the day otherwise delightfully Nathaniel the little son of Mr and Mrs N M Tutt met with a very painful accident last Wednesday Tore noon He was standing in the enter ance of the varanda and fell out on the pavement cutting a very severe gash on his head A doctor was called and dressed the wound The First Quarterly meeting of the Columbia and Tabor churches will be SDHE3t3E30 30 a I INSURE I held next Sunday and Monday at the r i Methodist church in Columbia Preach ing Sunday morning by the pastor Sunday evening by Rev T L Hulse P E Notice Notice is hereby given that I will sit JCOUJ1tyKythe 12th day of November 1909 until the 12th day of February 1910 except Sundays to receive and hear claims againstjthe estate of D B White Sons assigned This November 12th 1909 W L Brockman assignee of D B Son William Taylor who Vas assisting Jo Hurt in patting on metal ceiling at Rus sells new building got his right hand severely cut with a sheet of iron last Friday morning It will be several days before he will have good use of it Sale On Monday the 13th day of Decem ber 1909 County Court day at one williseUCOLLEGE BU LDING and grounds of Alexander College in Burkesville Ky Terms of sale one third cash and the remainder in one and two years Possession to be given January 1st 1910 JE Pace E G Alexander DaBeck W P Summars Tra tee 32t f Boirn to the wifeaf Drwy Poore Nov 0 te J fii Wanted Fifty cord 4 foot wood at Lindsay Wilsoh We want dead wood and must be sound tf Mr E T Willis has sold his drug store to Dr C L Venable of Adair ville and his brother Mr J L Ven able a druggist of Woodbrun Ky The Messrs Venable are leading citizens in their respect communities and Glasgow is fortunate in securing their citizenship They will take possession Jan 1st Mr Willis has not yet decided what he will engage in but it is earnestly hoped that he will not leave Glas gow Glasgow Republican Foxes Wanted ViJpaY15046tf W T Hodgen IBox 232 Campbellsville Ky Died Mrs Emerline Moore who lived in the Weed neighborhood died recently She was 73 years old and was the mother of Mr J H Moore She was a member of the Baptist Church and a funeral talk was made at the residence by Mr Bryant Wilson She leaves a husband and five children who have the sympathy of the people of the entire neighborhood Catherine Harden a very respectable colored woman one who had the confidence ofthe white people died in the Absher neighborhood Nov 24 1909 She was a consistent member of the Chistian Church She gave evidence that she was reedy to meet her Master Mary A Hehdrickson Mr James Cole of Bakertown who 3Q8QH08Q8G Your Lives Your Homes Barns1 Your Live Stock Your Health i Against Accident T Murrell Miller e 33 3t 3 3sc3 is taking a great deal of interest in the Adair County News has just added more new names to the long list of subscribers in Cumberland county His work is certainly appreciated by this office V Public Sale I will sell the 1st Monday vin Decem thefollowing1 big yoke of cattle 2 horses 2 good log wagons 3f 1 road wagon 31fL 2 pike wagon bedsr 12 set of good harness r 100 10 log chainsI3 cant hooks 3 wagonsaddles y 3 pairs of snaking tongsJ 3 pairs of streachersf2good turning plows 1 new double shovel I CM Herriford Notice to Soldiers In IBM there were 75 men drafted im CountyI theheirtheseriviceihemselpaid the 300 commutation It will be to theiriheirsoffice in Smyth2tLi O 0 01 OClClOI liOk O- LindseyWi1son raining school A Safe Place To Put Your Children 6000 SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS 6000 SPENT IN IMPROVEIVIENTS THIS FALL New annex to Girls Hall consisting of new dining hall and additional boarding rooms Boys Hallre U ceiled and refloored over deadening felt New furnaces installed in all boarding halls o I SCHOOL OPENS TUESDAY JANUARY 4 1910 0 IJWriteATTENTION 111 J The Firm of W F Jeffries Sons wii continue the same as in the past and the courtesies here 1to= fore extended Will be cheerfully carried outjThe outstanding businesswill necessarily have f r to be settled therefore all persons indebted to H i the firm are revuested to call and pay Until I Ii the old business is closed up we will be compelled I v to sell for cash The undersigned are thankful for past favors promieing to do their best to I II please in the future I 11 LHORACE 1Lff510- I E JEFFRIES JII 1I tIIII j tI t II tj ilvllvIjNear- Mammoth JI I1tCave II J II4 Ji4l t t II j ri 4 IS re fii r tti4 jJ Li f cdiving Jh H i inore calls f IE i for itookkeep v ers stepogra p x pliers and cpera rt J l y i k irc tOrSr r i f lI itj 1 schools could supply iiiC r Get its free literature and j learn all about it II1SI 1 II Largest I1j 1J theJ s outhI L Bbwlh e J gGreerlBuain Unhersity IIri- csrp rs tei r wlz Gree a Kem uc J 4 rrifTHE t i+ J 11 I y ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t tl t 1 Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTHBOUND CRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AB LEBANON No27 700am 942am No 23815am 1004am Uo79 505pm 740pm No 21eo 800 pm 1000 pm Ko93 630pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND YBAIN LV LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE c24548am 750 rim o18732am 1015am e28 430pm 655 pm o22628 pm 815 pm xo 92732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 are unday trains on- lyCrensIiav1s D 1VETERINARY SURGEON ==Special Attnc 1n t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavir or any sur gical work done at fairprices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Money due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILE ON DISAP FROM COLUMA POI MENT WILORE HOTEL w M tZ1lbrdoRB Pttop FirstClass Tablet Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGEftDYlILLe KY r Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40 n Dr James Tripieti Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK f t IDr Bunbar Dentist ii OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY s tJoseph 11 Stone Attone YAt Law c Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky I When a splinter has been driven into the hand it can be ex tracted by steaming Fill a wide mouthed bottle nearly full of hot water place the injured part over slightlyThedraw the flesh down and in ai minute or two the steam will ex tract the splinter also the inflam mationIEngland has turned out the biggest seafighting machine yet supposed to be impervious to torpedoes Now the inventors will get to work on a conquerin torperdo That is the way As soon as an immovable obstacle is found out then human ingenuit- gets quickly to work on another irresistible force The comfort Jng reflection with peace lovers Us that no war could laStdIo- nwith such instruments of wholesale destruction f 1PiiidltbeU14t e ridIi Fie1t a 1Iae raiJMa ep l fel M J JIoCWI1 J tfift i lj 1fr ASHINGTONAi Special Correspondence When senators and representatives return to Washington in December for the opening of the second session of the Sixtyfirst congress they will find many improvements both in the main capitol itself and in the senate and house office buildings Elliott Woods superintendent of the capitol building and grounds has had a large corps of workmen busy putting things into shape for the lawmakers ever since congress adjourned and the work will be continued right up to the opening of congress The New Office Buildings While the senate and house office buildings had both been in use for some time they were not complete particularly their decorations In the senate office building the rooms were bare except for the handsome furni ture which had been installed the cor ridor walls were blank and white and the approaches and entrances were not finished During the summer the entrance nearest the capitol has been completed smooth sidewalks have been laid along the front of the build ing the terraces have been completed and turfed and a senator may enter his office now without getting covered with dust The Senators Quarters The rooms or rather suits of rooms allotted the senators have been paper ed and painted according to the de sire of each individual senator when he made such request A large num ber of the senators left the decorating of their offices to Mr Woods relying upon his good taste in the selection of colors But there are other more fps tidious senators who have ideas of their own about the harmony in colors and these gave careful instruc tions to Mr Woods before they left Washington about the decorations which were to adorn their offices A general canvass of their rooms shows that light green predominates on the walls with light blue and buff second and third in preference The rooms were already furnished with handsome rugs in many cases and the wall paper has been made to harmonize Changes at the Capitol In the capitol building isf f there are many repairs and vements under way all of which will be fin ished by December Two new elec tric elevators are being installed in the senate wing one to replace the old hydraulic lift which was designated for the exclusive use of the supreme court and the members of congress and the other an entirely new elevator which will be used by the public This new elevator is situated just opposite the old public elevator at the east en trance to the senate wing It has been found necessary to install this additional elevator because the sena tors wished the old public elevator to carry them down to the subway lead workIoncongress assembles The Central Power Plant Work on the central power plant located near Garfield park which will furnish the capitol the senate and house office buildings and the Congres sional library with light heat and power has progressed rapidly and it is hoped that this plant which will be by far the largest of its kind in Washington will be ready for use this win ter It has been the dream of the governmental economists to build a central plant to furnish all the govern ment buildings from the White House to the capitol with heat and light and this new plant is the first result of their plan White House Reforms IVhen Mrs Taft entered the White House at the end of her summer vaca tion she found there many important changes in the planning of the most 111IdIphysicians and refrained from formu lating any program for the coming winter her prompt inauguration of many reforms in the domestic economy of the chief of American homes has alreadj9borne fruit Mrs Roosevelt who brought with her from New York a number of whitemaids and nurses drew a dis tinction between upper and lower runninggstairs Mrs Taft has eliminated the actual as well as the imaginary line compensationYtinctions in the kitchen and the same consideration is shown for one set of workers as for another Planeg white and black being served separately but the quality of the food is the same for both Mrs Taft is following the same rule that has marked her housekeeping for the last twentyfive years from itsI beginning in the eight room cottage in Cincinnati in the governors palace in Manila and in her several Washington homes Always a model housekeeper as well as homemaker she is an exacting mistress demanding good service laborlotwages and fair treatment VpenMrs Taft arrived she also found the White House more than ever deserved its name for the moet thorough painting of the building since agobadInterior woodwork and the entire ex anion has ben painted pre lentiDa liatening marbe1lke ap rence GAEL SCBTOFJHLD rf i jft t 1 r Opening of Grand Opera v again the grand opera sea ONCE is with us and with many the worlds famous sing now in this country the succcssfU1year great Metropolitan and Manhattan grand opera houses but in Philadel phia Boston Chicago and other large cities is grand opera now heard and it has reached a point of progress in the United States where it will soon become just as thoroughly an institu tion as it is in the countries of Eu ropeGrand opera in the United States is notIto show the barbarians of the new world the ultimate possibilities of the vocal art was the great Malibran Then came Jenny Lind Patti Nils son Brignoli Mario Campanini Carl Formes etc but all of them had to be billed like a circus in order to get patronageIwho handled the tour of Jenny Lind when the Swedish Nightingale came to the United States Lind had an enormous success but it can hardly have been called again fr CAIIASA TENOR for the cause of music for a large number of her hearers were attracted by the excitement The coming of all the other noted song birds down to within say a cou ple of decades ago was attended by similar manifestations and it cannot be that their appearances helped much to ward the creation of a higher taste It was not until grand opera began to take on some suggestion of permanency that a clientele worth while began to come to the front The Metro politan Opera House in New York was the first institution of the kind Its scale was lavish It represented the toy of a number of fabulously wealthy New Yorkers For their pleas ure Mapleson Abbey Schpeffel Grau and Conried ransacked the musical capitals of Europe and captured the greatest song birds in the world It had formerly been the experience ol Americans in hearing opera to have lone great singer and the remainder of cast made up of the saddest apologies ouseIFor the first time came the phenom enal lineups which at one period in cluded Gerster Campanini Scalchi Maurel Tamagno Nannetti Galassi and Di Anna then later a new regime with Melba Eames Calve Nordica Sembrich Garden the two De Reskes Plancon Maurel Caruso Schumann Heink etc and today the worlds greatest singers are heard in America andx receive immense sums for their work The lists of new operas to be pro duced during this season by the Metropolitan and Manhattan opera houses show that New York will have thi winter a more varied supply of opera than ever bftfore in its history The GEBAliDUn PABBAIt1 Metropolitans list includes a number of operatic works to be given at the New theater which make it all the more imposing Ever since Hun 1 undGrtelt ac claimed everywhere as one of the mOlt charming of all operas placed Humper dinclj on a pinnacle of musical tame op era goers here have looked forwariwith keen anticipiitteft to another opera by him t itr s Golden Wedding On last Wednesday Nov 15 Mr and Mrs Albert Blair cele brated their tlden wedding At an early hour their friends be gan to arrive until 53 people had congregated Almost all that arrived nathe way of cakes pies fruits and pickles Many valuable and useful presents were received which of course were duly ap preciated The guests present1 were Mr andMrs P M Bryant Mr and Mrs Solomon McKinley Mr and Mrs tV1 n Grider Mr and Mrs R Po Anderson Mr and Mrs Willis Murrell Mr and Mrs J D Hayes Mr and Mrs S I Blair Mr and Mrs W H Blair Mr and Mrs G L Blair Mrs Elizabeth Cooley Messrs JC Bryant and Luther Grider Mrs Nancy Hughes Mrs Mag Tnrpin Maud Gooden Mrs Le orie Pollie Misses Nannie Grider Effie Hughes Cora Bryant Nan nie Cooley Pearl Blair Marie Grider Aline Blair Nellie Pollie andIGooden Messrs Averie Blair Paul Blair Ray Blair Earl Blair Carl Blair Cecil Blair BUIrenmie Hays Romie Hayes Jesse Hayes and Clido Blair The day was delightfully spent talking and some good music un til time came to go to our respec tive homes We hope Mr and Mrs Blair may live to celebrate the anniversaries of many other other wedding days Looking Brighter Things are looking brighter now says a Billville citizen The Sheriff is now my brother inlaw and he wont levy on my crop the town doctor boards with me and doesnt charge a cent for tellin me that if I dont quit eatinsix meals a day Ill not live to be a hundred and last of all the head undertaker is my best friend and has promised to fix me finally cc I feel that I dont half de serve so many blessings but Ive got em and Im going to hold onto themAtlanta Constitution Stung For 15 Years by Indigestions pangs trying many doctors arid 20000 worth of medicine invain B F Ayscue of Ingleside N C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills and writes they wholly cured him They cure Constipation Billiousness Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kid ney and Bowel troubles 25c at Paull Drug Co r The latest Society Fad The latest fad in society is the tub cure In this the patient arises just as the crip air is mel lowed by the first sunbeam An ordinary washtub is then filled with hot soapsuds into which various articles of linen are thrown After they are thoroughly saturated the patient takes them up one at a time and rubs them briskly up and down on a wash board placed in the tub This is kept up until the arms hands and face are a glowing pink The patient then goes into the open air and hangs all the linen articles on a line stretched for that purposes The one completing the task first an nqunces the time to others over aiprize It is exciting sport sail alsO invii ratng xer is if d i i w VI V V l V I 7K jiI f i 7IiC 7tv HUBUCH BROS WEILENDORFF 7C v INCORPORATED BIf vIl 1XIX WWe are the same people as strong as ever before The same Qstrong management the same reliable business methods ire the i1ni lars of all our transactions Your needs in f j ilin1 E CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES PIWelLL ii C I PAPER if C SI Jivas ever ore 7K1 l V t = Ie 1 n HUBBUCH BP OSc W 1tm nCDI I V vic K = IIJq II 4 GET OUR PRICES O- NROOFING BEFORE YOU BUYw S lJ fn Cap Roofing put on like tin roof without any nails exposed and is better than any rin iroof It will last a life time without painting We carry in stock V CrimpQ Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubber and all kinds Paper roofing + fDehlefl SflOSIROf1 HHROWHRE s+ 116 E market S1Bct 1st Birook W A G O JHLtouisville tc entaeky Telephone 2167BothPhones t o ooo say =w vC v V V V V v v V k V V V v v W7JC 1 Fifth Avenue Hotel nC- ilC 1C 1 1 QIv inRefurnished wRedecoratedand e u modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu V v 5larPrices Convenient to Wholesale isiji and Retail Districts Churches andi 71 ai Theaters n- aC I FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE w FIFTH AVENUE BETWEEN AND WALNUT STREETS IN V LouisvilleKentucky nC Sv 1C V v V 1 v V vi V w 1i Sri V WJ v V i 7iC U G BARDWtt Pres J 8 COCKS V Pres R H DIETZMAK S- ecilla I WTPync M ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 f MIliliWIGJiTZ mFcJ4I4isTs DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW GRIST MILLS MLISI1301 IETeeNTHMft IN I SMOKESTACKS SheeHron and Tank Work iF G t J JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I AJJ Kinds of MacbinerYkp J IlJk c jt 1Ru sel1 Springs Motel OPEn ro i f FIEALTH SEEKERS fV t1 v i t I t1 ihasbeenis supplied with the best the country affords A large sample roorrfor the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the purest health restoring Terms reasonoble Write to iv WINFRE PHELPS RUSSELL SPRINGS r 1V K- Y11J 4 SUBSCRIBE FOR tHPAMitcouiflT NEWS OOR-t v V ivJxi i fe c jv Xlrv v7sK j AVV t t f t io 1LT 4jfiff fc r J I IRCOTTNTsY W lH th Womans Beauty Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on themNearly all women suffer more or less with some M neglectedAvoidCardui as thousands of other women have done Begin at once and give tlardui a fair trial f TAKE I J ss It Will Help Yc Sirs Katie Burlison Goreville Ill tried Cardui and writes I suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Kentucky Hounds Win After three days running the match pack fox hunt between the Walker fox hounds of Kentucky strain and the July pack of Georgia strain at Barre Mass was won on the 21st by the Wal ker pack Mr Samuel L Wool dridge of Versailles Ky is the master of the winning packand Mr George J Garrett of Balti more master of the July hounds The packs numbered ten hounds each Rider and Driver Hog Prices f There is every reason for the 1high hog prices The country has long been shy of hogs and in late weeks when ordinarily there r should have been marketings 35 to 50 per cent larger than have been note the supplies have not g come up to the demands Packers are unable to accumulate a t surplus of fresh meats much less get enough to begin making any material amount of fresh pork Its a handtomouth deal all around and as long as this situa tion remains there appears small chance of the price basis working lower 411 An excellent way to clean skillets or kettles in which food has burnt or stuck is to put a teaspoonful of soda in them with some cold water and let come to a boil By that time the soda will have cut the burnt mixture so it will not be necessary to scrape or scour the Vessel in order to clean it The bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor announces that a continued improvement in the industrial situation of the country is indi cated by the reports of leading internal commerce movements Therebis a big increase in the transpor tation and use of materials like soft coal coke and iron in the output of mills and distribution of products With good grain crops it looks like a busy aad prosperous winter Richard Watson Gilder author and editor of the Century Maga zine died of heart disease in New York l pPa SXfiSXlSXPosoooooeo eeJdR oe s r ee0y ei 1 I WEEK YI1 f COURIER r w JOURNAL e HENRY WATTS SON I EditorIV Is a National Newspaper 4 politics It prints all the news f v fear or favor The regular price is 100 ra year but you can get the WEEKLY f I COURIERJOURNAL AND THE AOAIR COUNTY NE NSJ BOTH ONE YEAR- sI a s 1 t 1 5 FOf 150 0 IcT if you will give or send your order to thisepapernot to the Courier Journal e ISundayj1 We can give you a combination cut 2g i rate on Daily or Sundayif yJt will write v 2thlS lpaper ji itk t1F ilft t tI uUeUsm1UUu gi f Y ViCr O- SMAN AND1 sHfON Smart Back Drapery- In the drawing the gown of ottoman silk has a draped waist that sends a long end off the front and pother from the back These meet loop at the side and then fall in tasseled ends The sleeves of thisgown are short as are many house costumes of the day The sport sleeves banishment was brief It is back where it is wlshefi OTTOMAN BILE GOWN WITH ODDLY DRAPED SASH but in house gowns only It is to be hoped that the long sleeve will con tinue to prevail for walking gowns of all kinds In some of the afternoon tailor mades there is a relief from the dark foundation color in the lapels of the coat which are often of oriental embroidery or its effect while the col lar is of black velvet satin or moire IThe New Blouse The new blouses for severe suits do not carry lace or any such feminine frivolities as trimming They have stocks of net over one lining to give a soft finish They fasten down the front and have the inevitable frill This expresses itself in many ways either as a cascade or a single plaiting or a three inch double plaiting that runs to a point at the waist These frills are often bound with the mate rial They have long sleeves snugly tight from wrist halfway to elbow then flare into a moderate puff and vanish under a rather tight cap Many are made on boned linings and this is especially good with a high walsted skirt which has by no means disap peared over the horizon The buttons down the front are mostly ornamental and crocheted ones are preferred al though young girls wear flat ones of silver or gold As Well Fitted as Ever Keep right on wearing the combination undergarment There is no just reason to suppose that even should the gathered frocks and old time belt lines prove altogether satisfactory wo men will want to wear gathers from the skinoQt Just as the fitted garment proved riucessbrobe will itprovf vlv TV s factory beneath jriitJir d s It cnnu i that women will ootV vs s nIb fullness UI lJugh it may bo- fl anu t into surface hater moment there is no lie flood of fitted com ft thejsilk jersey weaves thi punt xlofplj1 fitted underwear Lpro ye It to you if there remains the slightest doubt Much Hand Work on Gowns It is surprising how much hand work adds to the beauty of womens gar ments not necessarily elaborate needlework as was exemplified by a gowns n recently the material of which was a pale tan voile made with a simple long skirt and a plain overskirt short and square across the front The waist and the elbow sleeves were also plain and smooth fitting but the entire surface of both was run with silk floss in pretty pastel shades of pink blue green and mauve in groups of lighten ing lines The hem of the upper skirt was similarly decorated Yoke and un dersleeves were of ecru net and the belt was of soft green silk Dresden Buckles Little slides measuring one inch by an inch and a quarter and made to match a girdle clasp or buckle are shown for the bodice They are meant to hold in place the loosely draped ends of soft silk chiffon or ribbon velvet adorning some of the draped princess evening or afternoon dresses These little slides are of white enamel deco rated with blue and pink Dresden flow try and they are to be found at the- M ornament counters in the millinery departments while their very own buckles and clasps matching to a cetyare at their regular placts with i other bolt poing E I 1 The Intelligent Mule Some people think mules havent much intelligence but I know they have was the way a commercial tray eler interrupted a story teller Now take the town I come from while was home on a visit last year the place was all wrought up over the systemat ic stealing of flowers from the graves in our leading cemetery The thing had been going on some time and the people were shocked of course Finally a guard was posted and the thief captured and the thief was a mule It didnt take long to get at all the facts It seems that a certain woman living near the cemetery had held up the mules owner who was beating the animal prosecuted him for cruelty t then bought the mule and turned it out to pasture The mule was so grate ful to the woman that every night it would jump the pasture fence go into the cemetery pick up the freshest bunch of flowers it could find carry them to the womans house and deposit them on the front stoop where she would find them in the morning Now when you talk of intelligence in animals Good night said the man whom the commercial traveler had interrupt edNew York Globe The Top Hat Tall hats pearkin up like the spire of a steeple a quarter of a yard above the crowne as a sixteenth century writer describes them were known in the time of Elizabeth and the PurI- tans affected them until they merged into the old fashioned beavers of our greatgrandfathers days Top hats of silk appeared first in Florence about 1800 and twenty years later silk hats with felt bodies were introduced into England About 1840 the French silk hat was placed on the market and at once adopted in the familiar chimney pot shape There were several vari eties of it such us the Wellington hat with the yeoman crown the Anglesea hat bell shaped at the top and the DOrsay hat with ribbed silk binding and a big bow The color also varied Thus the Earl pf Harrington started a craze for green top hats by wearing one in his garden with the idea of not frightening the birds He also tested his silk hats by standing upon them The top bat however was never so favored by any great personage as to account for its general adoption Lon don Answers Heard in a Restaurant Say waiter Im in a hurry What can you give me for breakfast Cant give yer nothin but yer kin git ham an eggs for a quarter Well give me two poached eggs on toastCalling Adam and Eve on a raft And say waiter by the way have the eggs turned Calling again Wreck em Oh say waiter how long will my omelet be- About eight inches I guess Waiter why dont you put a button on that apron t Asked the old woman to sew a but ton on last night She couldnt find one so she sewed up the buttonhole See here waiter dont take that plate away with the apple peeling on I believe the peel is just as wholesome as the fruit and in fact contains more nutriment The very idea Well why tdont you live on pineapple skins Cincinnati Commercial Tribune The Speed of Light Light holds the record for speed among all moving things that have been measured It travels at the rate of 328028800 yards a second This is faster than thinking even by the most quick witted person Let any reader try to think the simplest thought and then with the aid of a stop watch note how long it has taken him to think it He will then be able to un derstand how slow his mental opera tions are compared to the speed of light In Old Bohemia- I would like to meet some of the picturesque long haired knights of the pen and palette said the unsophisti cated stranger It is worth a dollar to meet a real bohemian Dont worry about its being worth it hastened the soonbas you meet a real bohemian hell ask you to loan him oneChicago News ABitofaBull The following entry was discovered the other day in the complaint book ofa Melbourne club which numbers several Irishmen among its members The hot water In the lavatory today was quite cold and there was none of it It was in the handwriting of a well known doctor i Obeyed Him Mr Newliwed So youve been buy lug more useless truck We have ab solutely no use for thdse curtains Have I not told you to stop buying things just because they were cheap Mrs Newliwed esmy dear and Ive obeyed you Those jrtains were not tall cheap i Two Likes cInke your nerve gasped the beautiful girl struggling against the in evitableAnd I like your cheek chuckled the young man as he continued the oaculatory exercise Philadelphia Rec ord in a Rid HUrry eenham I believe fn taking time by thrlfortlock Mrs BenhmInotlce that you tar a btt tfth calendar whetore the moat If Ter tftw York ri j4f iC 4i- S Bliss lJ Everything quiet and serene on the rolling waters of Butlers forkMr L Whitlock has several hogshead of burley tobacco ready to ship and we hope he will find the market in the zenith of her gloryMr and Mrs W Pit Salmon are visiting relatives in Metcalf county this week Mr Luther Blakeman killed some of his own hogs last Thurs dayMr Ed Cheatham says he will soon be through gathering corn and then he wont have anything to do but just to work and we hope Ed will enjoy his much needed rest because he is a good fellow and a hard worker We dont know what has be come of Sawney Browning unless he is in the secret service em ploy over on Big creek Mrs Kate Shirley and grand daughter Miss Celeste Shirley were visiting the family of Mr Eben Salmon last Sunday Lots of quail out this way and the bird Jaw is out Boys if you hunt on my premises be careful and dont shoot old Pride for goodness sake PAlone in Sawmill at Midnight unmindful of dampness drafts storms or cold W J Atkins worked at Night Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Suchexposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his lungs At last he had to give up work He tried many re medies but all failed till he used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle he writes I went back to work as well as ever Severe colds stubborn Coughs inflamed throats and sore lungs Hemorrhages Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt dire from this glorious medicine 50c and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed py Paull Drug Co axle The health of this community is very good at this writing Mrs J L Whitlock is still no better at this writing Mr and Mrs George Clark of Liletown visited the latters sis ter Mrs George Atwell last Sunday Misses Cora Wright and Dora Irvin paid the Lonesome Ridge school a visit Friday evening Mr Tom Rodgers and his son in law Mr Gilliam Rodger were visiting GG Atwell last Sunday Misses Mollie and Anna Kelley visited Misses Ora and Mallie Moss last Saturday night and SundaySeveral from this place attended singing at Fry Saturday con ducted by Mr Dick Jeffries of Donansburg Ky Mr J W Cumpton and fami ly were visiting Mrs Cumptons sister of Toledo Ky Mr Henry Davis visited at Si J Meadows last Sunday Cousin Bureu Bishop of this community has moved to Bear wallow where he will make his future home We regret very much to give him and his family up he will be greatly missed in this community But may peace and happiness go with him where ever he goes I The death angel visited the home of Mrs Morrison and claimed for its victim Uncle Jimmie He bore his illness with fortitude and died in faith of a home be yond the skies He leaves a daughter and a son Walter Mor rison ofMUltoWIlandMary Anna Mark of this community Weettelid our sympttliy to the J bereaved rndw ind children 1i 4 l I DelltllcHealth is not good in this corn munity at this writing Uncle James Morrison died on the 16th ult of complication diseases and old ago He had passed the four score and 12 year limit He leaves a wife son and daughter to mourn his loss Mr Walter Morrison Milltown and Mrs Annie Mauk Exie Mrs Corneatia Morrison Who has been critically ill is not im proving Messrs Rose Willis successors to F A Furkin are now fully initiated into the mercantile business at Keltner Mr T A Furkins reports that he is not locatedyet Rose Keltner tobacco dealers of Keltner are on the Louis ville market this week selling tor bacco A surprise birthday dinner was served at the home of Mr and Mrs N G Dohoney Keltner Wednesday in honor of the latter who was 72 years old The event was much enjoyed by parents children grandchildren and many friends and relativesr who were present Mr Ed Franklin was here last week buying tobacco for Hub bard Mitchell of Liletown R G Dohoney was transacting business on the Louisville market last week Newton Blaydes and famiIyt recently returned from Oklaho ma He sold his farm out there for 2300 and expects to make old Kentucky his future home r p o PicKett Bro J A Johnson is carrying 1 conetts chapel this week W G Pickett was In Greens or burg Monday on business Mr Coomer was through here one day last week looking after tobacco Irvin Keltner and Allen Rose are in Louisville this week selling tobacco 1 W C Rodgers and son and Clayton Pickett are the champion hunters of this section They 1 went one night last week and caught 6 coons Most of the tobacco in this section is unsold yet Corn is selling at 350 per barrel bacon 15 cts per pound flour 360 per hundred Robert Garrison of Farming dale Ill returned home one day last week Mr G W Dudley who is run ning his saw mill on Coomers Ridge will move it to this place in a short time On the 10th inst the neigh bors of W G Pickett gave him surprise dinner There has been some calves died around here by turning them in the stalk fields too soon J H Rodgers sold one young horse to D B Dowell for 125 There seems to be some troubl fi2 over the election in Green Co as some of the candidates are contesting x W S Pickett was through here one day last week on bush j ness 1t About 4 more weeks of school and our efficient teacher Mss Pearl Hindmkn will be ready to fill her place in Columbia when her time comes AI t i PY l r i tI J tt f lf 2 j t it tl lrIV tf iW Vff1 B w Vwl r Ll t + JOHN A HOBSON CsRHH4SBURCs KENTUGKY WIRE FENCE II Stoves Steel m ng- esOII METAL ROOFING i I CRUSADER ROOFING I WALL PAPER BOOHS WINDOWS OEMEM1 V LIME BRICK iti I I WALL PLASTER FURNITURE IIIL Iij Gradyville We have had several Hays of cold weather to ky1Quite a number of hogs were r slaughtered here last week Dr S A Taylor of Montpel ier was here looking after some ofhis outstanding business last Friday and Saturday L Nat Walker was at Greerjsburg last Monday shipping tobacco fyliss Bess Holladay is teaching- a very interesting class of musi- i at the residence of Mr and Mrs Geo lI Nell of our city The storm last Monday night in this section did considerabte- ydamage to the telephone lines MfJohn Durham of Greens ssajferal days in this v community last week buying eat tie and hogs at a fancy price seQuite a number from this place attended the funeral of Mrs A K Hughes at Union last Friday We are glad to note that Mrs Ella Y Robinson has recover ed from a severe attack of La grippea The new telephone line from this place to Breeding will be completed in a few days Remember the Quarterly Meet lug at this place begins on Saturday before the 2nd Sunday in December Everybody invited to attend You will certainly heat some good preaching Robert McCaffree oui efficient midstllastlots We have heard considerable talk about our town having a bank in the near future It is hard to tell just now what we will have if Burley tobaccb con 1 times to bear a good price Rev Scott of Metcalfe county is holding a protracted meeting at Big Creek Baptist church this week We understand that there is gTe t0interest being manifest ed Mr W K Sharp is now pre paring to build a new dwelling i pn the farm that he recently Bought from Mr J D Walker 1 i Mr H A Moos of Greens burg passed through here one J daythis week en route for th Cumberland river section He informed us that business in his 4 line was looking up some l We have hadd cuitea lively 1 trade on land houses and townj jAMate j5 Diddle and G E Nell bought L conIsideratIon divide of the farm Mr Diddle got all of the buildings and he has just closed a deal with Robt 0 Keltner selling the Hindman property and something like ten MrI160 acres of land in Oklahoma for 170000 Mr Diddle sold placce 00 f PonthHI The long needed rain has come at last J M ffarper Otha Bradshaw j and G P Waltel swei e in Sorrier set last week Spoke making is the order pf the day in this section It seems likthe bird hunters are having finesport 1 Mrs Esther Bradshaw who has been visiting in Missouri has J returned home She reports nice visitr Several hogs have been killed during the past week Mr Oscar Smith and Miss EfL fie Wilson both of this place were married last Sunday Several members of the Salem Comedy Company attended the Literary Society at Jabez a few O- drlltime gIvIng f firrIIMiHtowm i MrNathan Bridge ers of j Green county was in this munityseveral days of last wee buying hogs Mr Albert Botts of Emma Texas visited relatives and friends in this community lastI week atSu1nightMr and Mrs R T McCaffree 1thISeMr and Mrs June JKarnes vis itedat Mrs Liza Thomas last Monday night I Misses Gracie and Cleo Shepherd of near Cane Valley visited Misses Mattie and EffiePoll rdj Sardu ni htandSun y 7V rayl ra r I Ellai isIvery good at this writing The farmers of this communi ty are about through gathering corn School at this place iS progress attendIMr J B Abrell wife and daughter were visiting irt Russell county last Saturday and Sun day Miss Dellie Ayers of Coburg PikeIthis week Mr NB Dillingham WhiteiMiss Matra Dillingham visited Mr TW Bryant near Sano Ky last week Mrs May Perryman who has been sick for some time is im proving slowly Born to the wifeof W H Burton Nov 17 a son Mr Timothy White and wife of Russell county visited Mr S SundayiMiss Darcus Bottom of Knif jley visited Lizzie Abrell Wednesday night Mr Bob Pike and family visited Mrs May Gooden last SunI day SanodtbrelllastIv We hada nice rain Monday night and the weather lias ulnIedmuci cooler c DirigoI Rev H T Jessee preached a very ateiresting sermon at jlnjie pendence last Sunday Landy and John Stptts traded cows Landy then sold his cow Edd Wheeler for 30 i Sam Feese the popular pro duce man from Columbia spent t last Wednesday night xat our town i ArthuaRoyse did business at Columbia last Wednesday J G Campbell left home two weeks ago and has not been heard from since He told some of the boys that he was g ingto Texas Bennard Harvey of near Ruby is very sick with fever The bdhave had a very successful meeting at their church near Ruby I understand that there areI several cases of chicken this community Marriedt on the 21sb inst at the home of thebiies parentsII Mr and Mrs RB DellkI officiating Quite a number of relatives and friends being present May success go with them through the journey of life isthe wish of your scribe 7 Eller r IMr 30 Bernard and wife of Y Ridge visited here Sun dayh Mir A W Popplewell of Ono was here on business last Thurs day J Mr W L Simmons yr a s thrown from a wagon Thursday and had his arm dislocated Dr Combeflt replaced his arm and J nicelyrevL e d I rjfti cf at Parks Ridge Thanksgiving d ayvMr S R1 Bernard been sick for a long timewritingI serious condition at this 1Mr A L Foley is having a residence erected on the form he bought of Mr J A Wil son fMrs D E Flanagan and son Escpe of Concord visited at S nightIM E Tarter of Decatur was here on business Friday Mr Jv S Stearman of Russell Springs was here Tuesday buying produce Cont here last week Dr B J Bolin left for Louis vilie Wednesday He was accompanied by Mr J A Bernard who goes to take medical treat meet SparksvilleI There were several hogs rilastBorn to the wife of 0 W Breeding Nov 22nd a girl Olie Jones of Hart county i visiting at this place Robert Rowe is on the sick list this week Mr Todd and Miss Clarice Stotts Bliss attended preaching at Antioch Sunday night Tom Flowers was here last t Ijriday Miss Ethyl Moore and Francis Rowe were guests of Mrs L Akin Monday night GradyvilleI Married oirthe 21st Mr Jim Stotts to Miss Della Hayes Rev T J Campbell officiated Mr Ed Gowen Miss Ethyl Hattoe entertain went at Hebron church Thurs day1nighfcand report real nice It imer lthefiiCkriII s j Wort Walkerof Barren county visited relatives here last week v tMiss Estelle Hamilton visited Miss Sarah E VootenfSaturday and Sunday jIfJ l W R Janes was a Ghad- viers rr Thursday Mr and Mrs Jesse Breeding visited 0 W Breeding last Fri ay 1Yfrs JaIn England who has been sick for several days Wei j are glad to note she is better Mrs Vina Mason is visiting inc this community Toria Several from this blaee attend ed county court at1 Edmonton last Monday R Bryce Demunbren was visit ing his sister Mrs NR Roach a few days of lat week 1 Messrs Will Lyon and Ot Itercalleap N R Roach at this Therewias amatch spelling at Red Lick last Friday night between Red Lick and Breeding resulting Jii favor of Breeding Mr George F Rexroat and sonBaziIlof Eli Russell county were visiiang their cousin N R Roach ofjroria a few days last week The telereh O e line iroinBreed ing to will be in oper atipniDLajfewdaya N It IKch sdltQne mule to i g t jf 1 W T I WoodsonLewis GreensburgKentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH J i JiBirnilburn W 1 ==WagdnsAcarloadof Oliver Chilled Plowsv A carload of I Li Disc Harrows ifL 1 A car load of t Cultivators Corn Planters and One= Horse Corn Drills r I Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown 3inthis Green River Country ready for Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMlBlNT A SPECIAL LINE i Will deliver any kind of F iirra loipleinents at any statior on the L 0 No RR fe r I IIoodsO Levi-T S he Merchant Qreensburg Ky Man orders promply attended to 2 F lWe I rhe LoLdsvme TrUst IT Connrianv wl r Organized under special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every king and description and the transaction of a general jirust business is authorized to act in any part of the State as Exec oif Admin trator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fin q P sir ion of trust that can be Held by an individual f v Y r It accepts and executes trusts of varied characteand its impartJBfi JJC tvaland profitable raanagemen guaranteed by its large asse f4 its cor P orate property its magnificent fireproof office building andvs5great nancial strength f t I I m40 Sm00 094e 404 mXCO M B LtNOS 0 h ti Sash and Door J in the I y Send your orders usfor prompt and good goods We them t i F L Mr Dane Hickerson for 145 RBruce offered Roach 400 for one pair of mules The well known black smith of Edmonton Mr j will remove to Toria to run a blacksmith shop Mr Myrser is a first class workman tandall who have work to d0 would do rll to bring their work to him IiJ F Roach of vii w i I SauCfivestGornirFifth 1 LocrrSVILLE eve fail e4m4 O O 9 eG SashjrDoors Blinds A Mouldings COltttitJnsit Porch Material 1 JT StairWorktenor ijjic I Largest Wholesale Hpuflj t Southr rAo to shipment tI 1 appreciate tt HIIRHP 2112I5emINCORPORATED oSDemunbren 4Myrser EaatFork ited his brother at Toriaoney night last week Misses Nannie Rowe arid Lani 4Ai1nahMiss Ethel Fudge lastJEiq y night v = t Notice tF tJawe Ky r ceivi ana bear proof eu claiiM caiMt tbetate pfL T Brafchaw Co MicMd Nov 19 I90i T A HmtidL asterfa4t Itf k dI