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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rk ih i 44 t I X iIf al anntVh r i IFiVOlUMF XU COLUfrIBIAADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DCEiMBER 22 1909 NUMBER 7J ililAM fl STOKES A Prominent arid Well to do Farv mer and Trader of Russell County Drops Dead A t MERimJS LOSS TO illS NATIVE COUNTY The people of Columbia were greatly wirprised last Wednesday forenoon h news reached here that Wile ham N Stokes who resided at Horse Shoe JBpttom Russell county six miles from Jamestown had dropped dead at fcis home Tuesday afternoon about 1 clock He was a prominent farmer and trader andwas wellknown through eat Russell county He was close to eventy years of age and many years I ago he represented Casey and Russell Bounties in the Kentucky Legislature Me was an ardent Democrat and took a great deal of interest in county poli iics He was a man of high character and will be greatly missed in the neighborhood where he so long resided Many years ago he made a profession f his faith in Christ united with the Presbyterian Church living a consist ent member until the end In Octobe- rS Presbytery was held in Columbia and Mr Stokes and his wife were here aurdelegates making their home with Mrs Nannie Flowers The deceased was also a member of the Masonic Fraternity and was doubtless buried with the usual formalities of the order Christmas ai Presbyterian Church jAn appropriate recognition of the Christmas tide willjbe observed at the rebyterian church next Sabbath All the regular members of the Sunday school that are present at the usual Ii iour for the school are to be remember- edI in a generous and substantial treat Each member of the school is asked for a f Christmas gift to the cause of Missions 4At the eleven oclock hour the pastor will give a Xmas meditation arid special jousic will be rendered in keeping with the occasion The offering for the day Trill be made for Foriegn Missions An average of one dollar per member of the congregation is asked for The Ipastors evening theme will be Ring ut the old Ring in the New A cor 1 dial invitation to all to attend these services Anti Saloon League Meeting Although the town was in darkness 4fl Sunday night owing to a break town in the electric light plant the t comfortt4f cial service was a mass meeting uniting the local churches in behalf of the cause f temperance Dr T S Buckingham f t1 Louisville Ky State organizer of the 1t f 4 Anti Saloon League and editor of The t Kentucky Issue official organ of the League made the address of the even log His arraignment of the liquor traffic well supported by facts and sta 2 iistics that carried conviction io all Aearfs He most graphically portray ed the successful fight that is carried Ien by the Anti Saloon League and gave ample reason why temperance must ul timately win over intemperance While lie spoke hopefully for additional tem rperance measures to be proposed to the t forth coming State Legislature he did iot encourage the belief that we are yet ready for state wide prohibition Dr Buckinghams visit doubtless made t any new friends to the cause and we I fl jrtiould gladly welcome him again Jj ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Granville Slaughter plff f + against order lP5rB Patteson Adair c clefts ll It is ordered that all creditors of Wil i iiani Slaughter deceased appear before tKe Master Commissioner of this court ln l prove their claims on or beforethe 2 iSth day of January 1910 and thi- scauia now ordered to be referred to c said Commissioner to hear and audit j t 4 the ndebtnesg of said decedent and he w iCreport atthe next regular term of ihisrcourt j Witness my handas clerk of the Adair circuit court this the 15th day d fieember 1909 v 4 1 J J1 Neat A a C t j f r By Fred McLean D C iv Mrl jT M Campbell an excellent vO genteman a well known citizen of this y r t who was a general merchant at jp ilyioci for quite a number of years r W accepted a position with Floyd Br C wholesale dealers in hard Hri sIS taddlery and harness LouUville Iz J1flJIbU bai this section of th- eJW4and lMki now jon the road H- egoodouei JI and he acks JI ttOWeodi la mil the adjoin uutsi to wait for hk comwif jj0ijjiiiiiiM tpocb mod pnctol J S KA 1 l qf rvf t 2 New Year Greeting To our friends and patrons in Adair andadjoining Counties We certainly feel very grateful in deed to our many friends and patrons in Adair and adjoining counties who have contributed so largely by their liberal patronage and words of praise to the wonderful success of our consoli dated business in the past year and want to thank you one and all through the good old reliable Adair County News wiiich we feel and know has been largely instrumental with its popularity and large circulation in enabling us to do the enormous amount of business which has far u ueded our most san guin expectation While The T W Buchanan Hardware and Implement Co and the Lyon Bug gy Co have received a very liberal patronage in this territory for several years past and while we felt confident with the two above named firms con solidated and Incorporated with increased capital stock to The Buchanan Lyon Co Wholesale and Retail would enable us to buy in larger quantities ship in carload lots thereby saving our customers money on our entire line It affords us great pleasure to an nounce at this the close of the first years business for the new Company that it has been a success far beyond our most sanguine hopes or expectation which give us increased courage and de termination to begin the new year 1910 determined to make it a banner year We have made large contracts for every line of goods we handle in antici pation of the already heavy advances on every thing made from leather iron or wood with still larger advances pre dicted by all the leading Manufacturers in the country owing to the extremely high price prevailing in new material Notwithstanding these heavy advance with the advance contracts we have made it will enable us to sell our customers and friends the coming sea son at practically old prices and in a number items at reduced prices As quite a number of our friends among the retail merchants throughout our territory know we have been in posi tion for some time p sfsaved them not only freight but considerably in the price also on such lipes as Collar pads collarswagons harness buggy harness saddles c over prices charged by manufacturers and Jobbers in the cities It affords us a great deal of pleasure to announce to our old customers among the retail merchants and we hope a large number of new ones that we will be in position the comingseason to save them freight also in most cases consid erable in price on anything in the implement lineyand it goes without saying that we have the best lines manufac tured in the United States as our Mr T W Buchanan having had practically 30 years experience in this line and knows what gives the farmers the best and most reliable service Also Hardware stoves granate ware roofing allkinds buggies and wagons The old raliabLi Fish Bros have stood the test for 40 years is being made to day better than ever- Wishing you all a happy and prosper ous New Year and assuring you we will at all times endeaver to giye you the best value both in retail or wholesale for the least money to be foundany where and we trust you will continue to give us a liberal share of your pat ronage and gotfd wishes Yours for Business TheBuchanan Lyon Co Incorporated Campbellsvill Ky Judge H C Baker closed his term as Circuit Judge of the 29th district at Tompkinsville last Thursday night The orders of the court were signed on his birthday sixtyeight years of age The Judge was honored with a banquet by the bar resolutiuns of endorsement passed andmany touching speeches made A full account of the banquet will probably be sent the News for publication Mr Upton Grider who hasbeen ab pistfourCraycraft a few days goMr JGrider was in the mining business in Wyoming 1 for several years but for the past three or four months he was connected with the Western Union Telegraph Company headquarters Chicago Ill Mr Grider has been a busy man since he left home but he prefers to live in old Adair and has returned With the avowed purpose of remaining here the restof his days ing1salesmanforquit is off the and on irJCbeen elected as a Democrat lot Nov mbei Hi aVery excellent gentleman arid wefwltore he willmake a Ytry t tMactoy oiirfc jUTr 1j non wiIlftm ytitiliiaE1IM ekj cjno thi h ijiF 4 j j Iij f APPROACHING I MARRIAGE Mr William H Edsall of Louis yule to Wed Miss Verna Do honey This City THE COUPLE WILL RESIDE IN LOUISVILLE Mrs Priscilla Dohoney announces to her friends of C lumbia and vicinity that her daughter Miss Verna will 1 e married to Mr William H Edsall a prominent real estate man of Louis ville on Wednesday evening December 29th at 830 oclock EldZ T Williams pastor of the Christian Church willofficiate The ceremony will take place at the residenceof the intended brides moth er and the following morning the cchi ple will leave for Louisville the home of the intended groom where they will permanently reside Miss Dohoney is one of Columbias best young women and her many friends will be glad to learn that she is to be wedded to a popular Kentucky gentleman one who is doing a thriving business in the metropolis of the State Both the intended bride and groom being exceedingly popular with their ac quaintances will doubtless receive many handsome and valuable presents The News extends its best wishes trusting that much happiness is in store for this very deserving couple Program Programe of Ladies Missionary Society to be held at the Baptist Church Thursday Dec 30th at 2 oclock TOPIC CHINA Led by Mrs AD Patterson 1 Music Lina Rosenfleld Organist 2 Prayer Miss Tillie Trabue 3 Bible reading on giving Each requested to bring Bi ble 4 Paper on China Mrs Butler 5 Locate and name Mission Stations of Chinaparticulars found on page 163 Foriegn Mission JJournal Mrs J N Page V6 Roll call Each member to respond with the name of favorite missionary in China 7 Business 8 Sentence prayers for China Every member requested to respond Committee millineryatspring trade Bargains for those who wanthats Mrs Lou W Atkins 72t The Columbia Graded school will give two plays at the court house Wednes day eveningat 730 oclock The pub lic is cordially invited to attend An admission eof 15 cents will be charged The funds thus obtained will be used in purchasing some good dictionaries for the school Come early Be on time Tickets on sale at Pauls Drug Store and H B Ingram Sons A complete stock of fresh Groceries always oh hand Prompt delivery to your door Give us a call and let us convince you 7lf Triplett Wilson Program Societywil1metJanuary 13 1910 with the following program Malaria Williams Blair Autitoxin in diptheria W F Cart wright The Health of Adair county in 1909 U L Taylor fnView of the fact tHat it is the an nual election a full attendance is ear nestly desired Progr m W JP Cartwright COrnmitteeWR Grissom V IT L Taylor r Iv Fair Sale Ihave a fiitejeseciwfo s leVill be fresh first of March I wjll also sell a plug horse very cheap P V Grissom Columbia Ky tlleirqesthorsesslipped in the stallvbreaking one Qf its legs and had to ba killed This is the second hors they have1ot in the last aix weeks 45S Dwlalei1I elaccmake t firmagOod man He nJi caU and traid with him 1hWtHendt Lmdy tributor 1 Pr1J ifs ilj tf l Dr E A Waggener It will be gratifying to his many friends to know that Dr E A Wagj gener who came to Columbia about ten months ago to make this place his permanent home was last week by the un inimous vote of the State Board of Health granted a certificate to prac tice his profession throughout Kentucky- It is knows that Dr Waggener is an eminently qualified surgeon and phy siciah but having been living in the West for a good many years it was necessary for him to have his diplomas examined by the State Board he having graduated from the University of Louisville Bellview College New York City Prof Loomes Clinical School of Belleview Hospital He had also taken two postgraduate courses Notwithstanding he had all these documents of qualifications he was compelled to wait all these months for the Board to act However he wanted to comply to the laws govern ing the organization and he is perfect ly satisfied with the result His old friend Dr U Montgomery a native of Adair county but who practices in Louisville accompanied Dr Waggener before the Board and his statement and the papers presented were all that was necessary Dr Waggener considers that the Board passed a high compliment uponhim when it voted unanimously to grant him a certificate of qualification Dr Waggener has been a specialist for twenty years and it is not his purpose to interfere with the quesItionwant to locate in Columbia It is a matter of health When he came here his phy sical condition was such that he did not know that he would ever be able to practice Having almost recovered his healthand attributing his improvement to this climate he has concluded to remain Besides he did not come here a total stranger He was partly reared in Columbia and here and in the county he has manyrelatives WG Field Dead The following account of the deathof Dr W G Field who was born and reared in Columbia and who was well known throughout Adair county is taken from a Gainesville Texas paper Hid death occurred on the 4th of this month His wife was Miss Bette Price a sister of Mr R H Price He married in Columbia a few years beforeI going to Texas His wife died about ten years ago After being stricken with paralysis last Wednesday W G Field died Saturday night at the home of his sister Mrs Page on NrthMorris Street aged 63 years The deceased who was born in Co lumbia Ky came to Texas about 30 years ago and since that time he has been a resident of both this city and Cleburne For a number of years he was a practicing physician but later on ac count of failing health he was compell ed to abandon his professional career and engage is a less strenuous life Surviving Mr Field are a son L P of Cleburne and Miss Bertha of this city a brother Dr G S Field and a sister Mrs Page of this city The remains were sent yesterday af ternoon to Cleburne accompanied by the relatives where interment took place today Judge R B Dohoney Dead The subject of this notice died at his late home near Glasgow Friday the 10th inst His remains were interred at Edmonton on Saturday following The deceased was born and reared near Mill town this county and was seventyfive years old when death came He was a professionHe was three times elected County Judge of Mettalfe county making a rribst excellent official The deceased leaves a wife and two married daughter He was a son of Pay ton1 Dohoney Besides hisimmediate family he leaves many relatives in Adair county Mr R G Woods who haV been the cashier of the Bank of Russell Springs since its organization has tendered his resignation and will be succeeded by Mr Robert Ingram of Willisburg Mr Woods and family will leave Russell Springs he having accepted a more lucrative position His departure will be generally regretted as he is a verv excellent citizen and has a most estima ble wife Mr Woods baa heen exceed ingly accommodating dpolite3t the bank and the business mejiL wiirmis8 him very much He andhii wife will iMve RUMMH Springs with the beatr y bee oft entire community v Au fruits will b 3n 11wH We xbi anice tockfdr ChriitmM Dont forget us Trlplett Wfloii ihL I l fd 1 f i r l r Bear Visits the Fkme of Sidney Holt Mr Sidney Holt and family who live near Esto Russell county are satisfied that they entertained a bear one night last week The hall door leading to an upstairs room was left open unintentionally Some time during the night a bear Mr Holt and family declaring that there can be no mistake about it visited the premises It entered the haIl and passed up stairway and went into a vacant room at the head of the steps In the room was a bed a number of pictures hanging on the walls and also a dress belonging toMrs Holt During the night Mr Holt heard noise in the room but he supposed it was made by one of his boys or a workhand who had come in to retire Such however was not the case The bear or whatever- it was left the room about 4 oclock in the morning as it was heard going out When daylight came Mr Holt went to the room to discover all the pictures torn from the walls and the prints of bear claws could be plainly seen Mrs Holts dress was also torn into strings Turning to the bed it showed plainly that it had been slept on and there were bear hairs on the bedclothing The intruder had been gone several hours when Mr Holt got up and haying no dogs he made no effort to track it but he is fully convinced that he entertained a bear We understand that bears are known to be in the hills of Cumberland county and it is believed that this one came from that section Eloped to Indiana Last Thursday night Mr Finis Allen sonof Mr Welby Allen who lives at Anson Kansas and Miss Maud Henson daughter of Mr J W Henson Pelly ton this county eloped to Indiana where there they were married Immediately after the rites weresolem nized the couple started for Kansas the home of the grooms parents Mr and Mrs Allen have the best wishes of their many Adair county friends Just Opened Richardson Bros Herriford have just opened a family grocery and feed store on the pike below the cemetery They are selling at rock bottom prices and invite you to call They can please you in goods and in prices 72t Phone 32 A Preaching Next Sunday W IL C Sandidge Ebinezer tl F JBarger4 Beech Grove L ZTWilliams Columbia h J N Walbert Harrods Forkl ts 4 R Crawford Columbian j J A Johnson Pleasant Ridge J F Roach Clear Spring J Menzies Mt Hope B M Currie Tabor SP Stapp Liberty A few weeks ago we sat in front of a local pastor in this place and heard him picture an ingrate Said he in my judgment the meanest person who lives is the one who forgets friendship bestowed when that friendship was sadly needed We know a few persons who do not live for self persons who at all times have been willing to aid a friend in distress and we have seen the persons aided turn the cold shoulder to their benefactors forget that while in the ditch they were lifted out Was what the preacher said stated too stronglyS The Columbia Graded School will close for the holidays next Thursday af ternoon It will open promptly Mon dy January 3 All the teachers will spend Christmas at their respective homes excepting Mrs Gibson who will remain here Prof Wilson goes Williamsburg Mrs Gray will make a trip to Iowa Miss Roberts goes to Verona Ky Miss Rickman will see her people at Hopkinsville There will be no change in the school work at the beginning of the New Year The Courthouse inside and out looks as attractive as it did the day it was built This is due to the skill of Mr Fred McLean and Mr JA young who recently painted it in workmanlike Inan rThese gentlemen are artists in their line never leaving a job until it is1 finished to the satisfaction of the owners of the property their work at all times receiving favorable comm nti from observers Rev John S Keen who was the founder of the Highway school In Clin Ito county wellknown in Adair county broth inlaw ot GoyJ J R Hitman then mSt Lows reent Jy BWU IXOY iiia w1uaS t1 tM of las inne he was oagd atU1Coe l ct i K i Cot R P Edrii tons Death Special to the News Itsaca Hill County Tex Dec 12 Word was received here Friday night by phone of the death of R P Edring ton president of the Fiist State Bank of Hillsboro Mr Edrington was for years a resi dent of Itasca and had been identified with the city and the county for years occupying a prominent place in all promotions for the social and commercial good of this community Mr Edrington was born in Kentucky May3 1848was educated at Columbia College and in the Kentucky University He first settle in Files Valley in the cattle business He was one of the organizers of theJFarmers National Bank of Hillsbor and was its first cashier In 1890 he in company with others organized the Itasca Banking Company which was nationalized into the First National Bank the same year He afterward organized the Citizens National Bank of Itasca and was its president until the sale to the First National Bank three years later At his death Mr Edrington was presi dent of the First State Bank of Hills4 boro vice president of the Itasca National Bank of Itasca he was a director in the Itasca Cotton Mill trustee of the Switzer Womans College and Con servatory of Music was trustee of the Daniel Baker College at Brown wood A large number of his friends in Itasca attended the funeral services in Hillsboro this afternoon Porter Strange The deceased was a native of AdalIcounty and was born near Cane Valley He attended the M and F High School a portion of the time that Prof Win chester Stuart was principal Notice All parties owing me notes or ac p counts will please call and settle same not latter than Jan 1st 1910 as I want all my business settled up by that time 72t Lee Chelf Knifley Ky On the first day of December I hired a black mare and buggy white running gear to a man giving his name as Garrison to drive from Glasgow to Colum bia the rig to be returned next day 1 heard of the man at Edmonton while en route to Columbia but not another trace df him the mare nor the buggy The State pays 50 for the arrest and conviction of a horse thief I will reward any person who will give nie in formation that will lead to the recovery jbf the mare and buggy j T W Matthews Glasgow Ky i We have just received our Christmas candies Come in and take a peep at our showcase The sweetest and best 7lt d Triplett Wilson Mr CR Payne of Burkesville is here and is building a bridge from the pike across the hollow on that part of the land he recently purchased from the Garnett estate After the bridge has been completed he will lay off build ing lots and will offer them for sale There will be quite a number of desir able sites BE Rowe sold to John and Richard Lapsley 55 acres of land lying on the waters of Pettisfork for 2100 W B T Rowe transferred to Ben E Rowe 83 acres lying on the Burkesville pike ad joining B E Rowes home place fob 3320 You can buy Watkins remedies from me onColumbia square ThursdayDec 23 J B Grant 7lt Mr N H Moss County Judge elect removed from the Gradyville country to Columbia last Monday He is occupying the property on Greensburg Street owned by Mr Bruce Montgomery and recently vacated by Mrs Eliza beth W olfardJ The methodest people will have their entertainment for the children of the Sundayschool and for the Church Wednesday evening of next week All the children and the members and pat rons of the congregation arts requested tobe present Calendars for the News will be rely to hand out to new subscribers andthosor who renew their subscriptions in a very short time The4 office has been busy for the past ten days getting out calebi r44busineSs si MrEA McKinley has purchased aT twelve horse power traction engine and a JL C Case thresher which he has reQeivedat his premises This i the best machinery made and Mr McKiniJ ley peCtstodgrt deal of wheat lJ Ttlkeihirig ntxt year tt Next Saturdlywillbcaritmu T- iquarwill I be thronged wi i this wtek jettnt rd7foryst rS jjii J SS T F c 2L t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1st a 100 PAGES LOUISVILLE TIMES OF DEC 31 Twenty Fift Anniversary of This JiGreat Paper To Be fittingly Commemorated The Louisville Times will com memorate its twentyfifth anniversary by issuing on December 31 the biggest and greatest and most complete newspaper ever printed in the South or West The paper will consist of possi bly one hundred 100 or more pages eight hundred 800 or more columns of matter It will be Illustrated throughout with hundreds of halftone pictures The paper will weigh over two pounds It will contain among hundreds of special articles Important Happenings in the Worlds History for Twentyfive Years First Things in Kentucky His toryKentuckys Timber Wealth Kentuckys Coal Supply Enough for the Entire World What Women Have Done and Are Doing for Kentucky Complete List of Kentucky Governors United States Senators From KentuckyThe Kentucky The Old KentuckyThumbnail Sketches of All Members of the Kentucky Legis latureUndeveloped Resources of Ken tuckyKentucky Pioneers Indians and Mound Builders Prominent Men of Twenty five Ytars Ago- Kentuckians Who Are Making Good Away From Home A Horseback Trip Through Kentucky in 1818 Education in Kentucky from Every Viewpoint- A Dream of Tomorrow- A Rollcall of Kentuckys Im mortalsA of Kentuckys Most Beautiful Women New Pictured Views of Ken tuckys Magnificent New State CapitolAn Allday Ramble Through The Times Many Departments to Witness the Wonderwork of Making a Newspaper v Sketches of Some of Those Who Began Their Lifework As Times Newsboys and Are Now Prosperous Men of Business City Officials of Louisville Twentyfive Years Ago The Ohio RiverIts Course and Power History of Louisville for Twen tyfive Years All Mayors of Louisville Louisville of the Future t Brickbats and Bouquets What Friends and Others Say of The TimesA of Toasts to Louisville and Kentucky Why Women Should Vote Hundreds of Other Special Ar titles and Hundreds of Timely picturesThe of this issue Fri I iay December 31 will be ahis tory and a souvenir worth keep 4ing for all time Despite tie i tremendous extra expense the t price of this great paper will be the same as usual 2 cents ar jeQJY Add 3 cents to this if you desire it mailed to yon direct from The Times office t Asa small indication of the ex J i 4 c I pense The Times ingoing to in getting out this Twentyfifth Anniversary Number it may be stated that the actual cost of the white paper alone used in one paper is about five cents If there is an agent in this town order the paper from him at once for delivery day of pub lication If there is no agent send your order direct to The Times with remittance for one or more copies ISale of Pooled Tobacco Off IPress dispatches tom Lexington report that the deal which has been pending for some weeks between the Burley Tobacco Society and some New York parties for the sale of the 1909 pooled crop of Burley has been declared off It is stated that an agreement has been reached and the contract drawn for the sale of the entire 1909 crop of pooled tabacco at 1700 per hundred After the Committee had returned to Lex ington and the parties were about to sign the contract the repres entative of the New York parties received a telegram directing him not to sign the contract No explanation of the back down is given It is hinted how aver that the prospective pur chaser was a syndicate of independent buyers and that the American Tobacco Company got wind of the deal and immediately got busy and bought of the prospective buyer or otherwise Blocked the deal- Skim milk and the Pigs Where dairies or butter fac tories are or where the milch cow is a factor for other pur poses than the sale of milk as such the pig is a most useful and profitable adjunct Upon the skim milk judiciously used with other and more substantial foods he thrives grows and fattens utilizing abyproduct of tremen dous volume which without the pig would represent little of available value It is said that the skim milk from the butter factories of New York alone amounts to nearly a billion t pounds in a single year The use of this skim milk does much to give relief from monotony so common in the hogs feeding besides adding to the returns from the other or main foods with which it is given and every hog raiser is glad to have it From Coburns Swine in America IThe Chicago Drovers Journal recoveringIpleasure use if an observer will note that on the boulevards and parkways of Chicago there are more elegant bythorses than a year ago and more of the leisure class are to be seen in the parks on horseback Thei demand for gaited saddlers is much more urgent than a year ago and well mannered saddle horses are moving at 300 to 1000 Too many farmers know little or nothing in regard to the rela tive profits from the individual cows in their herds Yet to make the dairy farm what it should be this is absolutely necessary If they will seriously consider the subject they will soon conclude that Sie pleasure of milking and feeding a cow twice each day and stherwise caring fox hey is J not sufficient cpmpensafion for- the rbO r lLjt ir l r Columbia District Second Round The ollowing make up Presiding Elder Hulse appointments for the Columbia District going over the territory for the second time It is requested that the member ship keep these appointments be fore it and attend the meetings Glensfork Glensf ork December 2526 Russell Springs French Valley January 12J- amestown Row na January 34 Monticello Looketts Chapel January 67 Vest Monticello Keens Chapel January 89- Clinton Lands Chapel Janu ary 1112 Albany Oak Grove January 1516Burksville Marrowbone Jan uary 1819 Bear Creek Parrish Chapel January 2223- Peytonsburg Pleasant Hill January 2526 Renox Breeding January 29 30Greensburg Greensburg Feb ruary 56- Thurlow Honks Chapel Feb ruary 1213 Campbellsville Circuit Asbury Febiuary 1516- Spurlington and Early Taylors Chapel February 1920 Campbellsvitle Station Febru ary 2627 Mannsville Wesley Chapel February 2728 Columbia and Tabor Columbia March 56 Cane Valley Cane Valley March 67- GradYville March 1213 West Tompkinsville March 19 20Tompkinsville March 2223 Temple Hill March 2627 T L Hulse P E Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor beside this I want to go on record as saying that 1 regard Electric Bitters ask one of the greatest gifts that God has made to woman writes Mrs 0 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 Nervova ness Sleeplessness Melancholy Head ache Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells soon builds up the weak ailing and sickley Try them SQC at Paull Drug Co Quick Biscuits One quart of flour one cup and a half of milk one cup and a half of water one tablespoonful of mixed butter and lard one heaping teaspoonful of baking powder half a teaspoonfulof salt Sift the salt with the flour chop in the butter and lard add the baking powder and the milk- and water and mix to a sof dough Handle as little aspossi ble Roll out in sheets an inch thick cut into rounds and bake in a well floured pan s Contrasts of North and South In the south they lynch the man who has committed crime in an orderly manner and then the lynchers disperse in a quiet way in the north they often lynch the wrong man first and then kill a number of innocent person in their effort to find the right man The lynching fever seems to be- movingnorthward a thing to be deplored since the virulence of the germ becomes greater as it proceeds toward cooler climes Drovers Journal One should choose his sows from a bred that is lorig bodied roomy toftefc build aid prolific t LhJ f l fi s You want a large number of pigs to the litter and you went them to have plenty of milk so pick a sow that will give both Then cross her with a boar of a com pact easy fattening quickly ma turing type and these characteristic s will appear in the offspring to a marked degree if the breeds are well suited for mating Bad roads are an extravagance that no farming community can afford Just what they cost in unnecessary expense it takes but amoment to determine A team and driver are reasonably worth 3 a day and by the use of these it is possible to deliver to mar ket from your home 100 bushels of corn Hauling over good roads the cost of delivery is 3 cents per bushel But if in con sequence of bad roads but 50 bushels can be delivered the cost is doubled and the difference is what the impassable roads cost you Continue this calculation applying it to the hauling of all your crops and it quickly be comes apparent that it amounts to a very burdensome tax Good roads help in everyway they pro mote sociability by making friends and relatives accessible and by means of them it is easier to reach the schools andchurches and to generally do and enjoy the things which make life really worth living Exchange That Compositor Again There is trouble between the proprietor of the Daily Trumpet published in Slowbury and one of the prominent citizens of the townThe citizen is Orlando Vance Jones who writes occasional verses for the Poets Corner The trouble arose soon after the birth of Mr Jones grandson Being much gratifieclby the re semblance to him which many of the diplomatic mothers in Slow = burg detected in the features of Orlando Vance third Mr Jones composed a tender poem which CounterI which he had ordered a dozen copies he saw at the head of the column his poem under the title A Pig My Counterpart ISaved longfDivorce Hopes deferred for 14 years lWaryIJudge Booths court in St Paul Minn The hearing lasted about as many minutes as Mrs Taylor had labored years to get together obtaintfreedomHer was a prosaic recital of the cruel and inhu treatment which she declared she suffered from her husband prior to Oct 7 1895 the date on which her complaint was filed f Since then she told the Court she has not lived with Taylor but has worked for her living all the 14 years endeavoring to ac eummulate sufficient funds to obtain a hearing of her sorrows in the court so as to obtain a release from the marital ties r Many opportunities of econom ical buying are offered Grits readers in the advertising col umns this week You can save money by reading and answering the advertisements today and you are assured of the best goods if you bu from Grits lad Wti s fl i I r oI Never too Late r to Wed II Its never too late to marry according to the Rev J Af Scarritt of Alton Mo who at the age of 82 has taken Miss Fannie Johnson 54 unto himself as a wife The pastor and- his wife have been acquainted for 40 years in church work A person is never too old to get married declares the aged minister If he feels like it I am well preserved able to take fijnanciallymarry I know some persons may scoff at an old widower mar rying an old maid but I shant mind that My close friends ap preciate my viewpoint One cannot have a homelike feeling of companionship without sancJtionsfor others It is not good for man to be alone I have no children I have no relatives I had ten brothers and two sisters but all of them are dead and decendants scattered- I have been boarding since my wife diedhave changed my place of abode six time in four years The people where I have boarded were kind but that was not like having a home of ones own r Master of Wit In a biography of Edward Mac Dowell by Lawrence Gilman the writer quotes some of the fam ous musicians witticisms On one occasions he had been told of a performance of his composi tion To a Wild ROse played by a highschool girl on a high school piano at a highschool graduation festivity Well MacDowell remarked I sup pose she pulledit up by the roots Some one sent him about this time relates Mr Humiston a program of an organ recital at which this same Wild Rose was to be played He was not pleased with the idea thinking doubtless ofa style of performance which plays Schumanns Traumerel on the great organ diapasons He re marked simply that it reminded him of a hippopotamus wearing a clover leaf in his mouth A member of one of his classes at Columbia finding more uiibc cupiedspace on the page of his book after finishing the exercise filled up the vacancy with rests When his book was returned the page was covered with correc tionsall except these bars of rests which were inclossd in a red line and marked This is the only correct pas sage in the exercise Youths Comanion 1 Blind For 36 Years After suffering from total blind ness for nearly 36 years Miss Annie Hubbard was recently restored to sight by an operation at the Royal Kent Opthalmic hospital in London She declares she is having an interesting time comparing the pictures conceived by the mind and the shapes as they are revealed by the natural eye She became blind in i873 when only three months of age Miss Hubbard says that at first she was dazed and giddy She had always imagined human forms and faces to be much smaller and darker in color than tithe really are iandcon sequently she felt Tightened at all the large Ileshelawwit1l1 lY F Jn ftss 1 I h t their great palef aces and hands She was especiallyfrightened at the first sight of a horse which seemed to her tremendously large and clumsy and notJess at the appearance ofa street car In the country she was much more at ease trees and hedges seemed natural to her There is apathetic touch in her statement that every morning when she wakes up she decides what she shall see for the first time f What puzzles her most is to understand what people mean by the word ugly A particularly ugly bull dog was brought to her but Miss Hubbard could not find him repulsive On the contrary the dog impressed her as being quiet strong and gentle Sugar Fraud Trial The first attempt in the courts to block the trial of the men in dicted in the wholesale sugar frauds in the custom house in New York city has failed Six i of the first seven men indicted were arraigned for trail this week and the court overruled a motion to quash the indictment Counsel for the defendants im making the motion declared that the statements in the newspapers were calculated to inflame the public mind Judge Martin however failed to see the thing in this light and ordered the trial to Proceed It is expected that the case will run two weeks and for this reason a great many prospective jurors made excuses for not serving But the court refused to sanction the majority of these Briefly the facts on which the prosecu tion rests its case ar follows Two years ago on Nov 20 1907 Richard Parr then a special agent of the customs service raided the Williamsburg sugan docks and reported the discovery of fraundulent attachments to the scales used in weighing sugar imports It was as one outcome of this raid that James F Bendernagle former manager at the companys Wil liamsburg plant and Oliver Spit zer former dock superintendent and three checkers and weigh ers employed on the docks at the time were indicted and brought to trial this week Above And Below Proof Before the means of determining the true quantity of alcohol in spirits were known dealers employed a very rude method to form a notion of the strength A given quantity of the spirit was poured uPon gunpowder in a dish and set on fire If the gunpowder continued dry enough it took fire and exploded but if it had been dampened by thewa ter in the spirits the flame of the alcohol went out without setting the powder on fire This was called the proof Spirits which kindled gunpowder were said to be above proof those that did not set fire were said to be below proof but this did f not fix the strength Clark in his hpdrometer which was in vented about the year 1730 fixed the strength of proof spirits on the stem at the specific gravity of 920 at the temperature of 60 degrees This is the strength at which proof spirit itof parliament and at this strength it isno moore than a mixture of fortynine pounds of pure alcohol with fiftyone pound of pure Rater 7J1OdoT Stand n iJil db 2 Ti j r 1TETTT tT1T1 i2 fli j iTI f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3 NwsNotesur Til Jessamine county will vote onI local option February 17thI In the local option election inEstill county Saturday every precinct went dry The majority is 917 Fear of a coal famine has been I roused at Minneapolis by the continuance of the switchmens strike A gas explosion in the Sunny side saloon at Lexington injured seven persons and wrecked the 0whisky house Believing him a night riderJ Nick Hunts shot Eva Coy in Harrison county from which he died a few hours later Three men were burned to death and a number seriously injured in a fire which destroyed a manufacturing plant in Pitts burg Tennessee has expended this year 152917812 for the cause tf public education The entire Amount expended last year was 56490820 The woman found i n White river canal near Connersville Ind proves to be Mrs Maurice Keller who disappeared from Cynthianna this State While hunting Samuel W HasI r lett of Newburg N Y fired at a rabbit shot William How 1 len in the leg and killed a valua We fox hound The rabbit escaped s The storm which passed overI Lake Erie repeated a deadly vest and laid waste more than 10000000 worth of vessel prop erty Fully 60 people were lost One man was killed and two were so badly injured that they probably will die when two cars loaded with dynamite and other explosives blew up at the Min nesota transfer near St Paul The Court of ppeals decided that James H Parrish o fI r Owensboro must serve five years in the penitentiary for wrecking the Owenshoro Savings Bank and Trust Company of which he was president Charging that it was a libelous publication the city authorites of Spokane Wash seized every copy of the Industrial Worker of the Inustrial Work offltheMiss Virginia Wardlaw the aged aunt of Mrs Ocey W M Snead the victim of the bathtub tragedy was arranged before Recorder Notfy in East Orange N J on the charge of murder ing her niece Defalcations amounting to sev eral thousand dollars from the Daughters of the American Rev ejlsmade known last week The Court of Appeals decided that the State Racing Commission has the right to regulate the conduct of race courses and race meetings in Kentucky and furthermore to prescribe just how the betting shall be conduct ed f Three men died of suffocation and twentyone others were over come and rescued with difficulty as a result fa peculiar accident inat ing Company 15 miles fro JohnstownPa All are foriegn r e sEliza Grabble aged 70- yem was billed at Savannah k Z Ga f Mrs Carrie Orlando was r first assaulted and then killed and Mrs Maggie Hunter was so Badly beaten that she is at the point of death in a hospital by a Negro now at large The other day a friend from down in the State sent a young Scotch collie pup to the two little sons of J Frank Taylor Surveyor o f Customs of the tort ofI Loujsville The dog is chubby and about as broad as he is long The Taylor lads were delighted with the dog and since his ar rival have been having much fun and frolic with him It required a week to select a name Mrs Taylor wanted to name him l Wil Ham Her husband thought the dog should be nkmed Chip pie I tIn the meantime the youngsters decided ona n a m e of their own One day last week Mr Taylor went home and was met at the door by the two enthusiastic lads Weve got a name for him11 they cried We are going to call him Rascal In the view o f subsequentI events said Mr think he is well named He is worse than a burglar in the house He has ransacked every drawer and wardrobe in the house and yesterday he either ate up or carried off my best neck scarf Louisvile Times The Broadway Knockeri Pew have the putbthe small apples at the top of the barrelIMost of us are anxious to pose as reformers but we dont want to begin at home j Marriage may not bring a man wisdom but it enables him to acquire a lot of experience Only those women within the confines of conventionality have freedom Hope hires the preacher and fear pays him but doubt keeps his wages down Getting married is like gettingI drunk it either brings mans best or his worst qualities- A woman seems to think herI husband is to blame for every if he isnt he ought to Ithingor IIf visitors knew what their hosts say of them after they are gone they would never do it again Anyway the grass widow es capes the annoyance of being told what a fine man her hus band was After writing a tenpage let tell1hatIt must be annoying to have so beatiful a complexion that it deceives others into believing that one makes up toImajority would discontinue the preaching habit New York Telegraph n The highest price paid for hogs in Louisville within the last thirty years was registered last Monday when the firm of W R Crawford Company sold fifty eight head of hogs to a local permhundr dThe average weight was 245 pound Heretofore the highest price recorded at this market was 8 25 per 100 iv r I I Homemade Philosophy The nations of Europe and Asia remind one of ca1edsavaga ani mals They are at peace sOlong as they are cagedin by armies and naVIes When Hindoo is free England will sit down and regret her oppression of these zealous people Human liberty must be the gift every nation or the t nation will taU to pieces Catching ideas andmaking these ideas revolve new ideasis educationIEvery day is a batch of clay which we may in work or play mole into useful or useless bricks for the building of character Try to fit the situation in which you find yourself and persuade others to fit in at your side Dont swell up into a misfit bulk of contrainess r Ive quit judging other people They are so liable to change the same as I am that they are today what they were a yeal1 veakIerFinnickey Finriukin Alone in Sawmill at Midnight unmindful of dampness drafts storms or cold W J Atkins worked at Night Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Such exposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his lungs At last he had to give up work He tried many remedies 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 l sore lungs Hemorrhages Croup and Whooping Cough get quick relief and prompt care from this glorious medi cineo50c and 100 Trial bottlefree guaranteed py Paull Drug Co I Simple Home Remedies Often a simple home remedy will relieve a patient when the physicians methods fail For severe cold and coughs andeven for pneumonia and consumption let a lump of sugar which has been moistened with a drop of oil of tar slowly dissolve in the mouth This will clear the throat and give instant relief A remedy often recommended for stiff neck is to tie over the affected part a piece of black oilcloth the right side to the skin Then tie up the neck with a thick handkerchief In a short time the part will become moist Leave the oilclothe on for 12 hours At the end of that time the pain and stiffness should be removedFor instead of putting hot oil into the ear use a hot mixture of glycerine alcohol and water This will not turn rancid like the oil and can be removed by a gentle springing A thick towel wrung out of boiling wat er furnishes an excellent means of applying heat to the aching member To prevent a cold when one is thoroughly chilled cut up on lemon and add onehalf cup of sugar and one tablespoonful of ginger Mix Yell pour boiling water over itand drink while hot just before retiring Senna tea is an excellent laxative that should be known in ev ery household Purchase ten cents worth of senna leaves from the druggist Put in a cup as many ascari be held between the finger tips pour onboiling water and allow the tea to steep until adarkbrowtt in color Drink hot or cold Half a cupfulleach morning willke1 the bowels in excellent health i IThe Caspian Sea f The Caspian sea is as Herodotus said 2000 years ago a sea by itself having no connection with any other Every school boy knows that now but it is remarkable t to find Herodotus saying so because centuries after his time such authorities as Stra wasIconnected with the northern ocean bYa long and narrow gulfI Geography seems to have had a setback in the interval through false information received at the conquestsI with a rowboat its breadth eight days Since the actual figures are 750 miles and 400I this shows that Itimea Sampldn R m dJ Free yhfethat your bowels move They should move at least once a day naturally IplIday you can consider yourself constipated and it is time you did something about it thereisQuincyIllMonahan of Stonewall Miss and many onedaytheirfriendsinpraIseWhat Dr Caldwells SyruP Pepsin did yourconstipation buttemporary of whom had It since 61 It only remains i permanent cure that thingsmalc Coldwellsration a laxativetonic n mild syrupy notonlylearnagamsmallprIcefoundoutoungSend usowiuic If there is anything about dontIany medical advice write willtanswer you fully There is no charge for this service The address is Dr WB bldgMonticello Kentucky Turkeys in the East Mrs D C Amos of Oakland Ky is justly proud of the show record made by some of the Bronze turkeys sold yards In 1906 she Stoningtoni JasE Lord of Conn a beautiful two year old tom which Mr Lord christened Amos U At the Boston Mass show Amos won first in class and the mass special In 1908 Mrs Amos sold Mr Lord a son of Amos which was named pan Amos This fellow also won first in class at the Boston show 19091issueJournal contained a fine picture of this great bird and pronounced 1 turkeysFarm For Sale EstoKyegood timber balance in ordinary state of cultivation Good twostory dwell ing2 good barns tenant house and all other necessary outbuildings Good orchard good spring Also house and onehalf acre lot in Columbia located on Jamestown street about half way from Courthouse to corporate limits I also want tQ buy a small tract of good land near Columbia For further information see W C Grider 53t Columbia Ky Al Sinclair is selling coil oil at 15 cents per gallon and sugar at BJ cents Besides he has an attractive assortment t of Christmas goods chas dolls fan cy candies etc Every thing is going at the lowest price 2t STJUTOGDA Jeriey heifer grayish wiyellow10 reward She IS 21 years old J62t Dr S P Miller j tIt HORD ROE te DEALERS IN e 6o HARDWARE MILL SUPPLIES BUGGY SUPPLIES s- e RUBBER TIRES iBLACKSMITH SHOP IN CONNECTION WHEN RUBBER TIRES ARE TO BE PUT CN iON SHORT NOTICECAMP8ELL SSVILLEeeeoes eve o ee o s e as + ms da ea a- LUM EE P We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock of finished material always on hand and any thing specially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery is of the latest 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 ILOCATION Myers Roller rllillJ IIIT IS MONEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT HERIGHT PLACE See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE r It todaee Wanted I rfUMBLEKENTUCKY Ws L SIMMONS 3E3HO EI IFA tJ1GI Jv1I1 It LL2J2MM I Watches Clocks and Sewing Machines Repaired a H Satisfaction Guaranteed 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE Gold and SilverWIltoeationOvet Paul Cs Drug Store Columbia Iy 3 3 3 31 3 F 3 3 3 3 E3f3 v vvv LvSk ILrivivwv w I ntC7K i1C7rm 7i I 1 r m 71 immm L Dr James MenziesO- STEOPATHY w in IiC iJSL v- etc 71 Ic hV 1 Q CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION fREE mffice AT m Columbia Kentucky itmrCtimmniiCiivr r7i 7Kj 7 K717K j I 7i i roToioi COTOTOl FRANK CORCORAN Ill h frude f Marble 9 Granite 3Cemetery work QRepresented JEFFRIES adjoining counties o Main Street Lebanon Ky 4 The Adair County News and CourierJournal Both One Year for 150 I INSURE wJOOOt J a RESIDENCE See US you buy by C G in this and i I 1 before mooaeaeaaa8DOQA GfD Your Lives Your Romes Your Live BarnsJI TSYour Health 3 Against AccidentI T 0 IJOIE aOD2 4 i C rn IT r T r JiTy7- rT7TI 4 i TEE ADAiR COUNflUIFWS j iitatt 4qltlt t t1lI T 7 t ublishc Ivery Wednesday- p f BY TilEOO AdrC0tY News i Company INCORPORATED i CHAS S HARRIS EDITO Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest 1rJ1l the dt of Columbia audthpep1eof Adui t ead adjacent counties Vatored at the Columbia FostoEca sa eeoonl feiui mail matter WED DEC 22 1909 The Christmas holidays win soon be here and then the ac counts of accidents brawls and misdeeds will appear in the pa pers resulting from overindul gence in merrymaking pleasure seeking or debauchery of some kind that has no kinship to an observance of Christmas day the birthday of our Savior That Christmas is a day for rejoicing a day for spreading happiness and love we haveu ever doubted but the extreme nth ods used by many to pass off the time by indulgingin- throning drink de reason and bringing sorrow and shame to others tfari not meet the approval of anyone and fails in itself to make the participants happier or better How silly how foolish it is to seek pleasure by such ihethodsy andyet some are inclined to do 450 when their experiences of the past warn against it Christ Mas is a day for rejoicing a day appropriate for gifts A little giftto a friend revives the good wi1rndproduces pleasure thatI lingers in the mind an asset bothto the giver and receiver Too often however we lavishly pour out our gifts on those hav Jng direct claim or who are in position to compensate us while ther very poor and unfortunate J are kverlooked left without a token of love from any one to pass through merriment sadden edand discouraged The chilw flren look forward to the coming of Santa with restlessness with hope with expectancy Some iavenp parents to provlefor them some parents are too poor rtobuy the little toys FQrtI ate ly Columbia and vicinity have no 4e3 nor Indifferent father ihd niotnef s soffaras weJoiowV yet there may be some and if so they should not beg neglected Ordinarily the good ladies of Co t lumbia take charge of this work Bind the presumption is that they Will t9so this time To buy presents requires money and no one in a position to give who be lieves in making the little ones happy in giving gladness and eheer to those in needy circum stances unable to change their condition will hesitate a moment rln contributing to a fund for such a purpose JLittJe Phit Thompson a na tive of Farrodsburg many years I g o Congressman from t he Eighth district died in Washing ion D C Wednesday morning cthe 15th inst He was stricken i with hemorrhage of the stomach J was sick but a few hours He was ixtyfour years old and- 1weiftyfiVeyearSo ago he was one of the best known men in Ken tuck7He was first nominated for Congre5s in a convention held at Somerset defeating the Hon I 1lJiiurHamrbyonequartr of a vote After serving threet termsijn JOflJSS he locatedin New 1orlEwhe he practiced i ikt 1 rI law successfully His remain were conveyed to Harfodsburg for interment t Ex United States Senator Jas B McCreary of Madison county is the next man brought to thi front as a Democratic Candidate for Governor He is eminent qualified for the position anc hould he consent to enter th raceffor the nomination wpul oe formable He was electe and served the State as Governoi when a young man and he math a most excellent executive He defeated for the Governatoriai chair Judge John M Harlan OOVa Supreme Judge of the United States Court and their debate at this place is remember ed by many old citizens The Louisville Times the best afternoon Journal pub1shed in this country will on Friday the 81st of this month send out the most complete newspaper everIpublished in the South or It will contain one hundred pages handsomely illustrated articles and many halftone hotograrhs of beantiful Kentucky young ladies and women On the second page of the News dan be found a synopsis of what the Timers will contain If you want a copy sendn your order now I Five cents will bring it to you Senate Committee on Ju IThe voted unanimously to report favorably on the nominationI of Judge Horace H an Associate Justice of the Su preme Court of the United States fi Judge Lurton is a Tennesseean and a Democrat Personal friend ship led the President to appoint him He is eminently qualified IItis now two weeks since the disappearance of little Alma Kell ner in Louisville and no trace of here gOhas beenoifered for information that will lead to her rjtedarrest and con viction of her kidnapers It will be remembered that Mrs QpbyW M Snead was found dead in a btbti4i3at East Orange N 3V a few v eksago Her mother Mrs Caroline W Martin l upbbj killing of the woman was to eI cure life insurance It is given out that the com mittee at Copenhagen will report unfavorably to Dr Cook The r66f furnished is hot sufficient that he reached the North Pole Peary is standing on his head Leopold II who wasthe King of Belgium is dead Fe was im mensely rich He only left his three daughters one million each and they are dissatisfied and will take steps to contest the will Russell Springs IMrs Ermine Wilson will erect a large store house and a fine dwelling house in the near fu ture J The article should have read Mrs A IB Barnes will assist her husband ttheRS A after Xmas Mr Rexroat who was injured hy the horse falling upon hin is slowly improving Arthur Stnt i getting mar terialon the ground jfori dwell hotie and lrn One new piinaiived for 4bt i 8t I J JheRSA Jim Golf the popular sales nan isvisitingoui merchants r 3 s his week Ms I GL PheTpswillsbonre noye t o7 Jamestpwn t 9 Lake charge of theVrfd Patterson ho cel Mr Phelps recently pur based same Mr W H Eads an expert piana tuner was jn our midst his week He understtnds the Business and givesg satisfac tion Mrs IdaJPayne has Returned froma trip to Sewellton Mr Chas Winfrey returned Friday nightf from Tennessee Our merchants navejtheir stores beautifully decorated with holly pine gay ribbon etc Not only doe hear the ring of many hammersevery day but they do not seemjto cease when night comesjust p und away wasIalways heartily welcomed L C Rounds of Columbia visj ited his paints Fyiday rngh f1Mrs Jennie McFarland q f Rovyena is making quite a visit to her brother Mr Wm Vaughn The Russell Springs Band is learning some very pretty new music and is doing well Mr Will Faulkenburg o f Jamestown was called home on account of theserious illness of his little son Mr Faulkenburg is the contra t rthat is putting up several houses fn Russell Spnings Mr Otho Acre and family are visiting old friends in Kentucky Their home being in Dallas Our merchants are very TexII The cold weather does not seem to stop thepeople from coming to trade T S Isbell visited at Mpntpe lier Sunday Mamie Winfreyis assisting Mrs Ermine Wilson throughthe d holiday week A 1 Avery Stephens was in Colum Jbia on business Thursday and Friday rZmas will be passed and gone whan next we write so with our good wishes for one and all for merrY K maSi 4tJamestown I We m having b t ii eafclier afc this fu1Wiri1 The pike from Jamestown to Greesy creek is now completed- Mr L 0 Phelps has bought the Patterson hotel ajid will give good satisfaction as he is a hus tierMrBel1e Patterson and daugh ter will start Ip Kansas in a short while They will visit her sister Mrs Pile Mr Will Faulkenburg has lo cadat this place He is a fine carpenter V Two carpenters from Monti cello are building houses in our townSOur Sunday School and prayer meeting is getting along nicely with goo d interest hiscornfandplaining is doing nice work gives good satisfaction to his customers J FVigle and Aaron CollinSi will move into theirn residences soon J JV All who want to locate at this plade can get nice building lpsj They are selling fast Mr NB Fairtkenhur ham hi- reidence moet completed Mrs Lewis iCarcuni il imprbir l f 1nIOc j t sS t lti AqJ jf f1r 1 lt fl J 41 5jJ t ii uwIt BURKESVILLENEW SCnOOl Opens January 3 1910j I jPP to this time we have enrolled 302 Pupils I I i THE THIRD TERMN iY JljI r XDpen Jan 3 1910 Closes May 301910 11Wesufficiently Jarge to accommodate 500 pupils We haveroom in our boarding halls for 200pui electricityfods of teaching Board in hall 800 per month in advance This includes heat light meals and rtfom furnished bedstead mattress tabl chairs and washstand Pupil furnishes remainder Board in private families 10 to 14 per month The lady teachers together with Miss Mary Payne the matron will room in the girl hall Mr and Mrs C R Payne will room in the boys hall and have direct sU 8Iover them = Rates for Tuition First second and third grades S200 Dor niontb VKourth fifth and sixth grades S250 per month J Seventh eighth and Normal too per month High Sctool S400 poi month Music and Expression S300 per month Physical Culture Sl5Qpcr month I Commercial Department 5500 per month Pupils are admitted to the Bowling Green Business University from our Commercial department without i examination and it only requires three months td complete their course v Special ons in penmanship and Agriculture given free in the grades I CDR PAYNE Gen Mgr Burkesvilie Kentuckyr = ttDingo i i I Luther England and family Sparksville visited at Matthew Wootens several days last week Arthur Royse sold 8 hogs to Elroy Roe at 4i cents The little snow the other day was a gentle reminder that win teris with us again r Born to the wife of J1 W Harvey on the iStn inst a daughter I Mother and child doing kvellSRoberts and wife Nash IDr are visiting at J R Royses Mrs Roberts is a sister of Mrs Royse and as Mr Royse is very low and his recovery is doubtful and Mrs Royse who had the mis fprtunetoget her leg broken as reported last week the Doctor will doubtless remain with them several days yet l Henry Gaston Rugby visited t hissister Mrs J C RoyseI bffthis place adayor t1woiast- veek n1SJ Jim Norris of Cumber land county was here last Thursday r while here he contracted a fat it liOg which was delivered Friday at 7 Cents I The schools Breeding Green briar and Republican closed last Friday The teachers Misses Estelle Willis Carrie Bradshaw and Mr Ben Jeffries all of whom live in the Montpelier neighbor hood returned to their homes to take a little rest I have been informed that Miss Willis and Mr Jeffries will teach in Georgia this winter MR and Mrs A M Petty gave a party last Saturday night in honor of Miss Brajdshaw who has been boarding with them for the past six months A large delegation of young folks was there and notwithstanding the inclement weather all report a good time r Irvins Store fj i r We have had some real winter VM Our roads are getting muddy will the amendment xnike them rc iLSbetter soon Binfls are tlick15an the report of their guns and almost constant bat the birds are iiot suffering ranch only disturbed little f viltbiJ 0I ing the latters parents Mr and MlsJamesCravens f Mrs Lina Hammond who has been very sick is improving M W Cooper has moved from Fonthill where he has been at toIILando Meece has moved to his farm recently bought of E F Cooper The boys give him and old time chi arie Boss Richardson has moved across the branch and E T Cooper took his place in town Our town dont grow much but holds its own Mr and Mrs G F Rexroat visited at Mr Robert Thomas last Tuesday night Wonder What Frank went away over there for Everett Meece recently return ed from Illinois was herein buiiiess TuesdaK 1 J r hereI I i Y Ie al mas t 0 3 get plenty of bread and bacon tv In There is a reaper whose name is death 55And lithbis sickle keen He reaps tha bearded at a And the flowers grow between This grim came into of ifr and Geo E arid a tyoy oi six Mareh31 1908 died 8 intaorror at the taking litt1 r ie that F jcf r r1 tt 1Ii r iJ while the fruit may b gathered it seems cruel that the be taken before itt has even to unfold its But in nature iuits fall and so do and In the ways of kind nature this is perhaps best and in the from the home and school of this one we will try to accept the cross and bear it believing that the bud will yet blossomand bear fruit in the angel nd whith er the J spirit of Paul has flown A Friend Toria i I noticed an articlein the Adalr County News stating that had lost my letter which I had written and wanting to know my office My office is ToriaJKy which is located Ont the head waters of Harrods surrounded by a good ink Country thickly settled hard working and entergeti peo f r C1 II Christmas Goods f 1 II 1EWe have just opened up our purchase of goods for the Ilast Trade and are show an exceptional Strong Line of Useful and Ornament Articles suitable Christ IPresents You are cor dially invited to come ands look over our stockfj I iiL Have you wood corn MemoriamS breath that Reaper thehQtnel Mr Powell took Paw bright little years born Nov vember l9p9t orff We bow feehng 1L ripened budshould opportunity blossom blossoms buds taking little little they post post Fork- and farm with pie If any one doubts this statement and will ride through this country and seethe houses barnsi and fencing going up and clear ing ground for another crop anoV new telephone lines being runT they will be thorpughlyconyincedi that the statement is correct We have at Toria one stor post I office gristmill blacksmith shopJ and one churchSEnclose lIndCheCk for 10 please send tie Newsto meier Ifailedto getit for W pM three weeks and hare J1jlil dit very JDucla Cwofeiio witiiaai ife J 1 n f 4 f 1J tJ1 t i m A 0 7I0 i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWShIIO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O o GLOSIMO OJT T6OSTTOftF- i l 0aft 0 Q 2 e FOR 30 DAyS ONLY 0 CIf1 8 My Entire Stockof peas Boys and Childrens Clothing Odd Pants C vercoats and JQrpc Jackets t 5 ii1 Also Ladies9Misses and Childrens Cloaks a O I J 0 ICTii Oo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO 0060TY 7CC YYY iY YYY YYiY YYYY Y L r PERSONAL e t Mr A G Norris Louisville was Y ere last Thursday Mr C R Payne Burksville was in Columbia last Thursday Mrs J J Biggs left Saturday to join ker hunband at Loretto MrrJJAIulworth of Camp Knox was in Columbia a few days agof Mr i V Taylor of Greenwood Ind is visiting relatives in Adair county i Mr J A Wilmdre who is in college at Lexington is at home for the holi days Mrs Luther Williams a few days of last week with relatives in L J Columbia Frank Hill and wife of Monti LI rMr visited relatives here several of last week Robert Todd who is in Central I University Danville is at home until tie first of the year Mr Attis McFarland County Clerk elect of Russell county is spending few days in Columbia Mr J At Campbell and wife and little son Robert of Pellyton visited t j ere the first of the week Mr J D Cheek of Campbellsville mho represents a Cincinnati dry goods fcouse washere last Thursday Mrs Lou Atkins and her daughter Miss Mabel left Monday for Pdnsacola Fla to be absent several monthsjMr T W Taylor 1the Buchanan Lyon Company Camp t was here a few days ago Messrs W J Oliver and FA Tay lor real estate dealers of Glasgow r were here several days of last week Mr R Mont Feese wife and daugh ter will arrive from Danville today and will remain until after Christmasrr MrTdW Miriton who is here in the hickory timber business will spend Ito h Hdays with his family in Cit in rataItieo 6 Sassett an4 Wife aiid Krs If S Bassett left for aterville spendt1rs 41e tiamron who has been in the Lebanon Infirmary for several veryiafter Christmas Mrs Solon Rob nsoh of Pikeville Tenn who visited her parents here Dr and Mrs W F Cartwright has returned to her home Mr T F Corbin wife and children a Cane Valley will leave today on a visit to Ashland Ill They will be ab ent about three months Drsti Woodruff Flowers Peter Con ever and Melvin Grissom will reach some the last of the week and will re mainuntil the first of the year t Mrs J M Swiggetof Neatsburg has been in a low state of health for several weeks She is the mother of Mrs1 Robert Young who lives near Co i lumbiaMiwe Minnfe Kemp and Katie Mur trilliwho are teaching aV Earlingtofy Hopkins county Will spend the holi jtaysat home and will arrive oil the I iirly hack Thursday Mjt5 Vrsula Koelsctj wte has been MesdameslveryrSpriDg- foxesWanted 1 atbyeted and grjeyfoxe Wit t t1s60 to 25O and exprea cliger W T Hodgn Boxi32 Camp belle ite TIteI cdi torcJO tonO QaWl riz iii NM t c i Farm For Sale Lying onehalf mile West of EstoKy containing 140 acres about 50 acres of- good timber balance in ordinary state of cultivation Good two story dwell ing 2 good barns tenant house and all other necessary outbuildings Good orchard good spring Also house and onehalf acre lot in Columbia located on Jamestown street about half way from Courthouse to corporate limits I also want to buy a small tract of good land near Columbia For further information see W C Grider 53t Columbia Ky Alexander College Burkesville was sold to the highest bidder on Monday the 13th inst There were quite a num ber of bidders but it was knocked off to Dick McComas andT J Lawhon the consideration being 3600 The building will be converted into a resi denceMr W P Summers of this place Treasurer of the College was present and witnessed the sale Al Sinclair is selling coal oil at 15 cents per gallon and sugar at 6 cents Besides he hasan attractive assortment of Christmas goods such as dolls fan cy candies etc Every thing is going at the lowest prices 2t The ladies of the Baptist Church have a very handsome display of fancy articles suitable for Christmas pres ents in a show window at Coffey Pattesons store Mr Fayette Davis butchered a hog Monday that weighed 580 pounds 3E30D80H00080S0HC II I INSURE 11 I WantedIAthroughbredJerseybull from 6 to 12 months old also two Jersey heifers about same age C G Jeffries Knifley Ky Call and Settle Persons indebted to H B Ingram Sons are requested to call and payment before the first day 6f makeI ary It is hoped that this notice be heeded Notice to Soldiers J In 1864 there were 75 men drafted in to the Union Army from Adair County I have valuable information for any of them who are now living and for the heirs of those who are dead It doesnt matter whether they sent a substitute or paid the 300 commutation it will be to the interest of such soldiers or their mY1officeDenmark r pt Theres quite a lot of sickness in this neighorhood DrWol ford is kept very busy Mr Frank Grose who had theI typhoid fever for seyeral months is slowly iniproving g Mrs Nancy Rfin 6y is ill very feeble health at thisi rifcing qtrJae hCoHirmattdwife ijfG1Bfor1t viertd at this ltace Tuesday and Wedned T Mrs i A AtiUe mad ter R9a itt9 tafr a i j An important Notice Do you desire an education Would opportunityAttend Spring term opens January 3th 1910 Rates of tuition 135 to 250 per monthHigh School Course Normal Course Common School Course pecial atten tion given to boarding pupils Give us a trial and that child of yours a chance For further information address W W Kerr 64t Cane Valley Ky Mrp James Petty of Inroad lost his residence and most of its contents bb fire lastSunday night v The property was insured for 800 Mr and Mrs J W Walker are now living on their farm recently purchased of MrT VHurt two anda half miles from town STRAYED A Jersey heifer grayish yellow Willrpay 10reward She is years old 62t Dr S P MillerJH A Bagby who killed rr fey at Creensburg is now in the Camp deemingitcounty There will be a Christmas tree at Zion Church at 3 oclock in the afternoon tm Friday the 24th Allpersons- are requested to send in their presents early I desire to sell my dwel ing and lot in the Tutt addition Wade Eubank 2t f Your Lives Your Homes lnsi Your dive Stock 1tH1E33E3E3f3F OaCJOOaE3Fi DE tHenry Aarons this week The school at this place is progressing nicely under the management o fMiss Mattie Rowe Mr Hannibal Haynes who has been out West for sometime has returned home seriesIto the church v Miss Maggie Moore of Jamestown has been visiting Miss AdZ Antle Mrs Henry Helm and daugh ter visited Mrs Rosa Aaron last jtyeek Messrs Bartleson and Ed wards traveling men called on the merchants here a few days ago Mr Granville Aaron and his brother Wyatt visited at Henry Aaron s last Monday 1 Mr r Wilson of ritiyaV g1ILaura QiDre6fOwetfBb7 last SaturdAy and Sunday III Mid JIttieLewi s rituK berjOU I Mi inLoaiivia 8M Willbe teni e lwISt iei ii 1 Y r fi 1tr ItO cO tOJClO Or O gOOI- A Safe Place To Puy Your Children 1 TISJ V i 6000VITALLNewannexrooms Boys Hallre i ceiled and refleored over deadening felt New furnaces installed in all boarding halls O i t Preparation of Teachers or Normal a Specialty 1910Wntec MOSS a1 to OclC20 lOtlCH OrIl ATTENTIONa LiThe Firm of W F Jeffries Sons wii continue the same asia the past and the courtesies here b e to= fore extended Will be Cheerfully carried out lq The outstanding business will necessarily have 4 S to be settled therefore all persons indebted td the firm are revuested to call and pay Until the old business is closed upwe wilt be compelled r J to sell for cash The undersigned are thankful t I for past favors promieing to do their best to please In the future II IIIHORACEJEFFRI S 2LEJEFFH3S JLOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock 4 CATTLE r Shipping she ergYs25Q575 Beef steers i 3253 75 Fat heifers ranicows 3 OOZ 50 Cutters rVi 3003 50 Canners 1 00200 Bulls A i 325j3 75 Feeders S F 425475 Stockers n Ste 2253 40 Choice much cows 35 0045x0 Commoh to cows 1000000f- locs Choice 160 to 200 V V 850 Mediums 130 to 160 84Q850 Pigs 750770 Roughs 790 SHEEP AND LAMBSx Best lambs S7562 Culls i 0 v ASv 3iOO4 00 j i vi x FatsheepColumbia MarkeL I t I POULTRY Egart i tilfP AUn4 Trineys 14i Chickens Ducks Corr t f ff 100 09 76 8 i e ktW F Jeffri9e aarrid fo thbwKUsd dollars in the 3i bM It WM promptly pica JP M1 iIr t it i 11 rr h t lww V W V v v v V W vIi IS IN 11 N 111 IS Ili 11111 XIN XIN XIN jl N IN w1CNear i 1 5jnI c Cave V J wYou ljiE t 5 7can get l a s jvaposton if Kyou 11 will qualV V SSp 7fit v ilV IlfyyourselfIt v z t xJCnT VS f i v i w e are receivingTk fJ M more requests for oftr v t N fice help than THREE V l 5 J rit 1s t of t K 5KSTJGH SCHOOLS could K i 4 t c TKsupply and Yetthis is the v r h tXy SI largest commercial college in CR V i vlv the South For its free lteraiMturer write Bowling v t ness University Incorporated 1 Bowling Green Kentuckya t I TIJE A AIR COUNTY NEWSONE DOLLAR tYEAR j 1 r9 I f r t I i y t v L f r 7 a i I r It THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t LNMondayTimeCard In effect SOUTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AK LEBANON No 27 700 am 942 am ilp23 805am 1004 am No79 505pm 740pm No 21i 800 pm 1000 pm No93t G30 pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND slRAm Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 24548 am 750 am 078 732 am 1015 am 028430 pm 655- pmlo22628 pm 815 pm- 3I092 732am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 areSunday trains only D s Crenshaw IS VETERINARY SURGEON Special Att netin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil S avinorany sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables ONEHALF MILS ON DISAP fROM COtUMIA POINTMENT WILMORE HOTEL W M toILtto0RH Pitop rt FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates GKftDYVILLe KY n Phone 29 Office Phone 4M- Xteso VDr t James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1Dr S Bunbar tee Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph If Stone AttoneyAtLaw fJI Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jcirstcun Kentucky nearnaeaMo Patten the Utaltet- 1IMtM tw ei UII make of T4Is- aaoe i of tbsfc qle tccaracr and alaaphdty eOallc MacaEtaeCTheOef FasManhas than One MaMcriptloftu auabofra ts O eogtJ Latest- Er ce t NrcetarUPI-re Subeerfb tom A t anasteat2LU4OAFattn Catalta 60e 4 ti EheukPraialus CUIoCla swIse qe yaitrs AAiraa naKcCAu cocJlY rrorrf ireoApples do not grow withou- something to grow from They need more in the way of fertility than they can draw from the sky or from the tired and wornou soil If thisvfood is not supplied the trees resent it by withhold ing their harvest If your trees i are not doing so well as they should try 400 pounds of bone muriatipotashe m Ir Looking Ones Best heVbat but pimples skin eruptions sores and boils rob life ofjoy Listen Buck fen Arnio Salve cures them makes the kin soft and It glorifies the face Cures Simple Sore Eye Cold Sores Cracked Lips ChaP Hands Try it Infallible for Piles Ptttll Drug Co j1 I THE NICARAGUAN REVOLUTIPieiceni Part Ze i laf8 Despot arid Dictator HPW THE UPRiSING STARTEtt Juan Estrada Leader of the Move fment Is the Prospective President Side Lights on the Man Who Had Two Americans Summarily Executed IByJAMES A EDGERTON Jose Santos Zelaya president of Ni caragua Has been called the mischief maker of Central America It may turn out that when he had two American citizens shot without proper trial he anInot grow highly excited over these Latin American revolutions but when some two by four despot like Zelaya imagines he can shoot Americans in JOSE SANTOS Z1aYA the same high handed manner he does his own subjects it is time to put the fear of God into his heart Zelaya has been lord high boss of Nicaragua for sixteen years That is not the official name for his job but is more nearly descriptive of it than his official title To be precise he is known as president and is supposed to be elected every four years But to be truthfulwhich is more important at least outside of diplomatic circles he hasIthere was no opposition for the reason that if anybody else had dared to be a candidate Zelaya would have had him taken out and shot During much of the time he has bee in office Zelaya has been engaged inputting down revolutions or in fight ing some of the other Central Ameri can republics He was putting down one of these annual uprisings or try ing to do so at the time he got gay with the two Americans Leroy Can non and Leonard Groce and had the shot one morning before breakfast It is hard to tell why all these Latin American executions occur before breakfast Possibly it is for the pur pose of giving the executioners an appetite How the Trouble Begins presentjIt may be the seventeenth or the sixty fourth but anyway it is something high When the band plays at an unu suaj time down there it is usually the signal for a new revolt Somebody wants to be president and inasmuch as he will be shot if he goes about it in first a peaceful way he tries to shoot This uprising was started by the Es furnishedIone of them is now dead The young est of the five Juan Estrada is the- leader of the movement and prospec tive president JThe two Americans largeI thetm on Zelaya surprised the insurgent arm atiwere captured among others watr this which has caused the of American gunboats to NicaraguanWO revs and which occasioned the sharp note from Secretary Knox stating that the United States would not for one minute tolerate such action Theexei cution of prisoners unless they are spies is contrary to international law and opposed to civilized warfare Zelaya a Chronic Disturber This is not the first trouble we have had with Zelaya but on former occa signs lie has evaded giving satisfac Americarn li authenticated reports that have come from his dominions he ifts revived th terrors of the Spanish inquisition and has tried to make of himself a cheap composite qf Torquemada the Duke aPg25caoa a having ft cffivcd hia Kboolisr io Pats JLfUr MWJ i j VVV his return to his own country he was one of the young bloods and declaimed so violently against the government that he was banished and joined President Barrios of Guatemala whose dream was to become head of all the Central American republics nil ambi tion that Zelaya hims afterward en tertajned The young soldier became a member of Barrios staff and follow ed him to his death Zelaya then re turned to his own country led a revo presidentstNicaragua is about the size of New England and has less than a half million inhabitants most of whom are Indians In the old days it was called TVTnhfimmprVs paradise but if the followers of the prophet were to see it they would fwwear their religion Nicaragua has o roads and in the in terior is as pHotitive as in the days of Columbus Dire principal industries are raising n Muttons and avoiding work Zelaya has added one other occupation to those two that of paying taxes He is a great money maker and has amassed a private fortune of millions He is brave however has shown some military ability and made of his army something more than the joke it some Latin American countries QUICKER TELEGRAMS NOW Device to Make a Telegraph Office Out of Every Telephone Station- A revolutionary change in the tele graphic facilities of New York city was recently predicted by persons holding high office in the new merger of telephone and telegraph interests formed bythe American Telephone and telegraph company securing the Western Union The messenger running or more often walking to the telegraph office with the dispatch is to be elimi natedAccording to these plans it will soon be possible for the telephone subscrib er to write out his dispatch on a electric machine which will reproduc- it simultaneously in the office of the telegraph company This will virtually make a telegraph office out of every telephone station and will add enor mously to the facilities of the telegraph companies Persons in authority said that it would be only a short time before such a device would be placed at the com mand of all the large business houses of the United States It is believed that such an instru ment can be supplied to large sub scribers at virtually no extra expense while it will be possible for small sub scribers to have it at a relatively low costThe charge for such a writing ma chine with a direct telegraph connec tion will not probably in any case ex ceed 100 In cases where from thre to four hundred messages are sen each day there will be noV extra ex pense whatever One result of this improvement will be to provide all telephone subscribers with almost stantaneous telegraph service an there is no doubt that it will divert to the telegraph company a large yolume of the business that is now handled at much larger expense over the long distance telephone system One tnfollow the working out of Jhe alliance between the telephone company and the telegraph company is the ultimate reduction in the expense of sending a telegraph message One of the highest officers of the telephone company said that he be atiyhilmfor the telegraph company to accept messages on the basis of a twentyfive cent charge for a fifteen word message instead of a ten word message WEDDING THAT WAS A POEM Ceremony In Epic Introduced by a Middletown N Y Pastor thelonedletown N Y the other morning uniting Clarence B Crance a young business man of Middletown and Mis Luella May Clark daughter of Mr an Mrs Isaac M Clark The Rev John A Courtright pastor of the church performed the ceremony which was pearly all in n oetr y and the service was so impressive that it promises to become a popular fad with those eligible for the ceremony Mr Courtright only recently assumed the pastorate of the church and his remarkable innovation in weddings has been a decided hit Memorial to a Great Golfer It was agreed at a committee meeting held in St Andrews Scotland to erect a bronze panel representing the thte e toydal e of the memorial fund after paying the expenses for this erection will be use ao endow a bed in St Andrews Cotta ge hospital to be known as the Tom Mor ris bed and upon which golf profes sionals and caddies are to have first claim N ew Pin Money League A number of well known society r men of Bloomfield NJ have orgy ized the National Pin Money league The object is to enable persons shut in by illness to earn money for their needs by making yartlcles rugs etc Miss Lillian W Babcock is presi dent with headquarters at 343 Bell vine avenue BlooaifieW efNov Social Fail An Atchison Kan man who ifill give a main party shortly will have portioretr made of Wienerwurst and wily fire a priM to the one Rnearest to tfce number of sausages f tfce decoratioM tti e f Where Money Falls 1 Money can buy anything sis a common expression andno doubt many people believe this to be true And it is measur ably true But there are some exceptions It couldnt buy the kind of socialrecognition the rich Corey of Pittsburg wanted Corey is president of the United States Steel Corporation and HeIwith the wife of his youth until he got a good start As he be came richer and richer in mater ial wealth he got farther and farther away from virtue He became stagedoor Johnyhaunt ing the trail of a dancer May belle Gilman and fell to her charms The wife of his youth was but away through the venience of the divorce courtI and then there was another mar riage by which Corey mated with his coryphee Ever since this pair have been striving in vain for social recognition They could buy some kinds of social recognition but the kind they wanted has been steadily denied them They tried to make nway by living abroad for a toI hoping to force an entrance conf sidered themselves among the elect They failed They saw actressesfrom chorus girls up to starswho had married titles and who were received in good society But society abroad would not accept the Coreys Now it is announced that May belle is going on the stage She is unhappy Mrs Coreys years of life on the stage says a madetapplause as the breath of life in her nostrils and she misses iiI magd nificence she finds the days dull and lonely She is now sure that the future hold no promise lifeois as uninteresting as playing apart in a brilliant little theater with not asoul in the audience iThat is why she is unhappy and goeback to the stage whether her husband likes it or not Only a fortnight ago in Paris she confessed all this to an American woman who has returned to New York They met casually at the oldefriend Mrs Corey poured out her trade of disappointment shedcraved sympathy MrsIa much pitied But the practical mind would bestow congratulations upon her Of the two wo men she is certainly the best off jAgood grain ration for lambs is made as followf Mix onethird part of oilmeal with one part each of bran oats and fine cornmeal Red clover hay or the second cut iofalfalfa hay are the most OfIreferred V v i Ia Receipts of live stock on the Chicago market last week were 82700 cattle 155600 hogs and 106800 sheep The weeks re Pereel ous week in rou 1 numbers increased 5700 cattle 15000 hogs and 13 400 sheep Compared with the corresponding week last year dencreued 42900 and sheep 21400i kc uiV K7 f7iIIVf t71 7Kf7KK V h7l7i mm- i HUBUCH BROS WELLENDO- RFiINCORPORATED v Ja v Sr i n Q Successors to Hubbuch BroseJtlL An Old Firm in a New v r- n GarbJI 7K j v t 7i Iware the same people eTli Ras strong as ever 1Jn r v strongman gement the samereliable business methods are the pilV1Jars of allour Your m 7i transactions needs in v 1 I f 1 35 CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FLAB WALL Mi r 7iPAPER c 1i f7irn 1 I 0171 JjjKY 7n D 522522 W MARKET ST71 tv ww tww n 7i 7t int 7i i lCwvvVr v w wnct t 7n 7i7i j7i j j j n71CICI 7f a 8 i 19 E GET OUR PRICES O- NROOFING I BEFORE 1 RoofingJ+ 2 s roof It will last a life time without painting We carry in stock V Crimp o and Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubber andall Paper roofing e beh1etIp e market St Bet 1st shook LGOSl MATE IAu b Lit Kentaeky Telephone 2167Soth PhonesSt i i i 1Cw tiw i ri ie V vww vvmmt I I IJm term Cm v 1LV ir I f 71 Sri Fifth Avenue Hotel v t 1C PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 7 1 v 7 Refurnished Redecorated ande f Gmodied A Firstclass at Popuv itw lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale 15 vi and Districts Churches and 71 w Theaters 7i viplcml I i WALNUTSTREETSJ lrL t v7j 5a7iC- n71 mCrytntIt71Ct nC CimmntmI VUWTPyne Mill Supply Cox ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IVIIliliWRIGJftS I mACf1I1tlSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES J 1301 IGRISTI SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work VV- f JOBBING WORK SOLICITED iI YOU BUY kinds Hotel Retail L All Kinds of Machinery Repaired b J r7J IRussell Springs Motel I rf rft j K OPEn TO v HEALTH SEEKERSj ty i r And th7fbeen r isedrepai1lted making it a very inviting place The table is supplied with he best the country affords A farrthe accommodation of the traveling salesn enThe waterir the purest health restoring Terms reasonoble Write to WJNfREY AfHELPS n IRUd SUICft JR COUN1lTtpna t 1 t f t t ifJW Giy 7 IT l I ih i j I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEX 0 ii r I Gef4 If you are sick you wish to get well dont you andmiseryyoucanrelievedyou from some female trouble TAKE CARDUI For Womens IllsJ39Sirs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for seven years Read her letter about tJardui She writes I was sick for nearlyLmy was cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it S AT ALL DRUG STORES Joppa t atspresent Mrs Polly Montgomery who fell and hurt herself the other day is no better Mr Lewis Young visited Mr Taylor Young last week Mrs Bettie Cabbel is some bet ter at this writing Mr John Blair and wife visited Mr W W Brockman last Sunday y The school is progressing nice Iy under the management of Mrs G B Yates Mr R 0 Cabbell is at Knifley teaching a singing school i Mr and Mrs Powell are bet ter at this writing Mrs Charlie Young was visiting at Mr John Youngs last week Mr R 0 Cabbell has corn laenced his new house treeVat Zion Christmas Eye Every body cordially invited to attend and bring presents for your fam i ily and friends Mr Theo Powell and family visited Mrs Fannie Willis last Sunday Where Nature Cooks the Food In certain parts of New Zea land both native and white wo men use the natural hot springs to do their cooking In the Ro torua region it matters not whether the cook wishes to roast a piece of meat boil pota toes or stream pudding all she has to do is to step out of doors and place the cooking utensil in a steam hole The cover is then put on and a piece of coarse sacking over the whole completes the operation In a short time dinner is ready At Whakare warewa the entire earth just beneath the surface is a mass of boiling springs Millions of gal lops of hot water hiss andstream sending vapors skyward in great white clouds take the ground anywhere with a stick and the hole thus formed fills with hot water Hot water for baths the weeks washing and for the ordi nary purposes of the household is always on hand s e se I 1 WEEKLY Ii t I COURIER JOURNAL I I r HENRY WATTERSON EditQrI Is a National Newspaper politics It prints jail the news t 4 I fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY a I COURIERJOURNALI BOTH ONEsYEARo1 I h orJ- t I rv if you will give or send your order tojthis So 1 panot to the C ours er Journal 1 j Dailyn CourierJournal Yr 600 I 1 Sunday CourierJournal Yr20fri I We can give you a combination cut x j rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write I this paper 1j 4- J f II UU I I JrJ I tcr1 t4ft r l VA Curious Trail All sorts of devices have been used to mark a line of march A unique method of blazing the trail is sfcill to be seen in Africa and a recent publication prints a picture of one of these memo rials of the dervish raid Ar thur J Hayes mention the subject in his Source of the Blue Nile In 1889 after a fierce battle with the Abyssinians the der vishes pursued their foes as far as the lake district The mahdis men had small knowledge of geo graphy and little togographical intelligence So the advance party in order to make the route for those who came after and al so to guide the force on their re turn journey twisted the sap lings along the way into living knots The war ended but the tied up trees grew and flourish ed but uncouthly twisted and distorted and are now the only reminders of that uprising of th dervishes Dickens and Diet Dickens is the novelist of the meal No other writer t pile h up never such lists of delicacies fit for Lucullus has the gusto in describing humble feasts which gives the very reader an appe tite Thackeray for all his Ballad of Bouillabaise neve touched the hem of his garments in the recording of meals Who that has read them can ever forget for instance Mrs Gamps directions to the chambermaid for her nocturnal refection or the tea which awaited Joe Wil lett and Dolly on their return to the locksmiths dwelling on the occasion of Miss Miggs final rout or the unassuming meals recorded in David Copperfield or the more pretentious feasts in Pickwick not forgetting the leg o mutton swarry to which Mr Weller was invited by the elite of Bath footmen And h snot every reader of Martin Chuzzlewit allowed a tender smile to curl his lips over the evolution of that incomparable pudding in the preparation and consumption of which such damage was done to John Westlocks affections So go and readand acquire your appetiteLondon Chronicle Another Big Strike On A big strike is on among the switchman and other train em ployees on the big railroads of the Northwest At St Paul and Minneapolis traffic is practically closed while the lin es west of those cities extending to the Pa cific Coast is more or less affect ed In addition to the railroad employees who are necessarily idle the big flouring mills of Minneapolis have been compelled to close down because of inabili ty to ship flour and about 5000 mill hands are thus thrown out of employment Press dispatch es report that the loss in wages to the mill men alone will amount to about 75000 per weekand that the loss to the milling interests will amount to 700000 per week 4I Push Business Some people are always busy They make for themselves business when the outlook is dull They anticipate the quiet season by seeking new ayenuea of trade In sword they push their claims c rr rfl j for trade If not occupied with real incomeproducing trade the alert one is busy locating possible new customers The manly tradesman seeks not to take away a satisfied patron of a rival he seeks the dissatisfied and urges his attention by superior wares more courteous and pa tient treatment and untiring effort t o please Advertising awakens interest and the right care ofa new patron is the means of bringing fruit from the publicity effort and making it a continuous aftersource of mod erate profit Macy Monthly Hard on the Chairs Among the ancestors of Wendell Phillips were several Puritan clergymen Perhapse it was a push o f heredity which made him at five years of age a preach erHis congregation was compos ed of circles of chairs arranged aetaller chair with a Bible on it served him fora pulpit He would harangue these wooden auditors by the hour Wendellsaid his father to getethisscc No papa I dont get tired chairs but i tis rather hard on the Marerhavent got a limonsine or any aeraplane I havent got a coachan six not een a special train I havent got a bicycle nor yet a hoss an team I git along all right by jinks thout gaser line or steam I travel jest by shanks mare an never hey no fear but what Ill reach my stopI pin place the same day in the year No artificial rigs for me no busted tires or bones no land in all up in a heap upon the highway stones I may be slow agettin rohnd an cause the world to stare but I will git there by an by all right side up with careBoston Herald Fall Spraying and Pruning A number of requests for in formation in regard to fall spray ing and fall pruning reached Pro fessor H A Surface State Zool ogist of Pennsylvania recently The following reply to one of the letters received will be of inter est to owners of orchards every where Replying to your letter ask ing if you must spray this fall for scale insects I beg to say that it is not necessary to spray in the fall but if your trees are much infested it is better to spray both fall and spring If my trees were not badly infested I should spray only in the spring when the buds are consider er this the best time of the year to spray and of course the boil ed limesulphur wash either com mercial or homemade i smy choice of material In regard to fall pruning I can say that this jsas good as spring pruning the pruning be 4ng done at any time when thee leaves are off If you will prune your trees this fall you can then spray them at any time during the fall winter or spring and have good results in killing the scale Thoroughness of spraying is necessary and it wilLbeeasier for you to do a complete job af ter the trees are pruned than be fore A1sopruninghelPa to put 1whichi 1 t i Remedy For Cold The owner of most flocks off fowls has been troubled more or less withcolds in spite of the best care The following emedy- is a simple one and one that you have at hand at all times It isI quite an old one but is given for the benefit of those who have not tried it Take a tablespoonful of lard one teaspoonful of ginger and cayenne pepper make into pills about the size ofa small marble using enough flour to stiffen When the cold is first noticed give one of these pills three times a day If not suffi cient repeat It is always well even in what might seem a mild case to separate the afflicted bird from the balance of the flock Southern Poultry Magazine Dont Go West Fully 7180 persons hopelessly diseased with tuberculosis a n nuallbcome to die in the States of California Arizona New Mexico Texas and Colorado most of them by order of their physicians The statement which is based upon the testimony of wellknown experts and all avail ble statistics shows that at least 50 per cent of those who go to the Southwest every year for their health are so far advanced in their disease that they cannot hope for a cure in any climate under any circumstances More than this at least 60 per cent of these advanced cases are so poor that they have not sufficient means to provide for the proper necessities of life which means that 4315 consumptives orLevery year It is not an the National Association declaresI for whole families who can hardly eke out a living in the East to go West in the hope of saving the life of some member of the family In most instances the abject poverty of such cases forces them to begin to live on a very low level Often consumptives who can not afford the proper traveling accommodations are found dead on thetrain before reaching their destination The resources of al most every charitable organization in the Southwest are drain ed every year to care fpr cases which would be selfsupporting- in their Eastern homes It costs on an average at Yeast 50 per month for the support of a consumptive in the South west including some medical attention The National Association strongly urges that no one go to this section who has not sufficient funds to care for himself at least one year in addition to what his durIlngvanced with tuberculosis go to so distant a climate Consumption can be cfcyed or arrested in any section of the United States and the percentage of cures in the East and the West is nearly the same PostGraduate r t Stung Poi 15 Years by Indigestions pangs trying many doctors and 20000 worth of medicine in vain B F Ayscue of Ingleaide N C at last used Dr Kings New Life Pills ana write they wholly cured him They cure Conitipation Billiouinesa Sick Headache Stomach Liver Kid n dBoxel blc at J t i PullF f 1 i r r r Militovvn s The health of this cons munip is good v Rev W J Levi delivered hL farewell sermoji at this place lasg Sunday iOur town was full of commer cial men last week The Local Union n Societwok Equity had its regular meeting last Saturday night Mr Charlie Mitchell of near this place has had a telephone put in his dwelling recently Mrs Sallie Smith widow of the late Kirby Smithjwas happi ly married to a Mr Miller of DunnvilleMr Johnston president the Society of Equity atthis place has returned from Indianapolis Ind where he attended the na tional meeting of the Annual Society of Equity Mr W S Pickett was here taking the list this week The rabbits and birds are liv commuIiityI the farmers institute at Grady ville last week The school at this place closede last Tuesday The floor in the bridge at this place is getting very dangerous- Mr A A McAllister made a flying trip to Indiana last week Mr F D Cobb is now a resident of this place having moved to his new dwelling here Pork is so high at this place that our people are preparing to eat rabbits this winter Waddle Gilbertpainters from Campbellsville are here Mr J C Townsend is receiv ing a nice lot of Christmas goods this week Mr Harry Shirley left for Missouri last week Mr Gordon Montgomery of Columbia was here last week lOur farmers are rushing their tobacco to market Mr J H Slinker has removed from this place to the farm of J R Tutts near Portland Several of our young people will enter school at Bowling Green soon Mr J C Townsend and G ILf Beard saw a large light passing over this town going westward one night last week and supposed it to be a baloonj Case of Too Much Ham One morning not long ago there tripped up to a butcher stall in a Baltimore market a dainty little thing out for her first marketing IMy husband bought a couple of nice hams from you not long ago she announced Yesm said she smiling butcher I remember well Fine hams werent tbeyI They were delicious saidthei young wife Have youanytmo like them v Lots responded the butcher indicating a row of hams in the rear of the stall v The young thing surveyed they ham thoughtfully Are you sure she finally asked that theyre from the same pig as that from which my husband bought Yesm answered the butch X er without so much asa quiver of an eyeliq Then you may sendme threes Ji more of themshelsid Pitts burg Post T vC T ki J fY T flra f f I I t f i rtfjft 1jSo 1 r T13T1ADAiRGOUNTY NmW rt u I r JOtlN AJIiiCsREET- 15URCs KENTUCKY tk i1E t io gr J I WIRI FENCE 1toveSt Steel ROOFING Ranges CRUSADER ROOFING J WALL PAPER 1DO RS WINDOWS CEME TILIME BRICK WALL PLASTER FURNITUREi 1LGradyville J Only one week until Christ mas The weather continues cold We have a tyFphoid fever in our community Mr N H Moss and family are moving t o Columbia this weekr Mr AustinWilmore is in Louis ville this week having his eyes treated Mr Charlie Sparks of Weed is thinking of moving to our city in the near future Mr and Mrs D C Wheeler have been on the sick list for the past week or soIMr Bruce Robertson our tim berman spent a few days in Louisville last week iJas W Walker spent last Sat urday night in our city visiting his relatives Ii 2 I j Mr A Aboyis paying a anew dwelling erected on hisi 1a farmv l t j l Uncle GeoW Flowers lias l been on the sick listfor the past week Mr and Mrs W E McCand less of Edmonton visited their relatives here last Saturday and Sunday Mr Brack Cain returned from Crocuslast Friday where he has bought a nice lotof hogs at 5 and 6 cents per pound Messrs Oliver Taylor real estate men of Glasgow were in our midst a day or so of last I weekMr Lewis Cabell of Miami I was in our town last Monday look ing after insurance JA Diddle was in Columbia J a or so bf last week They bank proposition is agitat = ed considerable in our town and community at this time As to the results we can not give a definite answeratthis time jYour reporter is justin re ceipt of a MP C from Mr L friMWilmore stating tiiat they had Kafand found everything all right Mr L C HIn man IS on the J market for a few extra crops of Burley tobacco There has been several head Ji fine cattle lost in this section in t the last few daf by being turn il ed on stalk fields 1 rCris Stephens lost two valued at 50 V Mr Strong Hill one valued afc b fB5ft Our tobacco dealers lvebeen i 0 l J yfy r y i1T7 very busy for the past week in the way of receiving prizing and shipping tobacco You would be surprised to see the number of wagons that pass through thist place heavily loaded with tobacco It certainly proves to our mind that there is a lage percent of the tobacco of old Adair grown in this section and we must say here that the larger part of it is sold at satisfactory prices The protracted services at this place fox the past week con ducted by Rev Talley of Co lumbia has been well attended considering the inclemency of the weather There has been considerable interest manifested on the part of the Christian peo pIe of all denominations We findBro Talleyan able and forcible speaker andwe trust that there will be great good acjl yf complishedjbef ore these servicesf X closes l t 1 Several of our schools will close inthe next few days ap4ofar as we know our teachers have Jv given universal satisfaction We know more about our own school than any other and we know of certainty that Mr Young has taught us a good school and his pupils have advanced rapidly I their studies Cane Valley V Mrs Alice Hendrickson left rfast Wednesday for Louisville where she will spend the winter Hon Jaiines qu1worth of Camp Knox was here last week and bought all of the burley tobacco he could find unsoldIR B Wilson made a business trip to Louisville last weekr Judd Bros finished the town jail last week Now the ques toIenter therein Cleve Thomas returned to his home n Corbin last week after aj pleasant visit of two weeks 1 Mr James Comer bought aJ house and Jot consisting of two acres of land of Finis Cundiff last week Consideration 55000 Uncle Billie Cave a veteran of the Mexican war died last Satur day He had been failing several r years and his death was no surprise He was 83 years of age and was a kind and good neighbor r art Branch Sublet vrax seri oualY hurt laztn gtbt fslli 0 4C d grJ 1 a I Dr Hancock vas immediately summonedand at present we think he is out of danger I Mr A R Feese one of our best citizens is at his home in a 1 painful condition He was dally ering tobacco in Green county last Wednesday when near the I Jordan Grove farm he was walk I ing holding the brake when the wagon turned hurtle catching him under the load of tobacco Wy att his son prized the load up and conveyed him to his home at this place I Absher i IHealth in this neighborhood d is Meekie Humphress of near Knifley spent a few days with her uncle J D Absher last weekMr Osey Dillingham who left here about twelve years ago is visiting his brothers W P and Nathan Dillingham Miss Judelle Robertson who has been on an extended visit at Mr D P Rices returned home a few days ago Misses Annie Robertson and Elite Martin spent last Sunday with Miss Effie Sanders Mr Arnold the produce man was in this neighborhood one day last week Miss Sylvia Humphress is visit ing her sister Mrs W A Rice of near Knifiey Mrs R A Cooley was shop ping in Cane Valley one day this week Mr Wm Cave who has been in declining health died last Sun day at his home near Jericho He was about 83 years old He was a good father and kind neighbor and leaves a wife two sonS and four daughters to mourn their loss This neighborhood extends its Sympathy to hebe reaved family C Mr J 1 W Bryant who has been in Illinois returned home a few days ago y v A Miss Humphress of near Roley IS visiting herunclbi W tA Humphress f School at closerFriday v tnhome Sunday Mr Theo Jones was at home Saturday and Sunday Miss Rebecca Brockman visit ed Miss Altha Absher one night last week Eller I Messrs Leo BurhettandOL Wilson of Russell Springs were 1Mrmulch cow Tuesday of SanliLeach for 3750IRev j 91 Sit willfill his pj pointment at Clear Spring next Sunday v Mr M Or Bennett of this place and a Miss Bowner of Brady were united in marriage last Sunday Mr W J Smith is now a citi r zen of our community Ravin re moved to Mr Ed Sharpspl ce Mr M E Tarter the well known huckster of Decatur was hereTuesdayMiss popplewell of Eli visited MilS Ora Popplewell near here several days last week Messrs A L Foley an JjB ft Wilson weree tq 9ntbill vn bMf rI tf r i l d r j NdtI LI1 Twt 1 1 V Knif eyC The first appearance of winter came a few days last weekin its severity The abdepth of several inches and farm work of all kind was brought to a stand still Mr Marion Tucker who has been in Illinois for the last four years is in on a visit to his par ents Mr and Mrs Frank Tucker Messrs John Lowe and Tyler Marshal were to see our merch ants one day last week IProf R 0 Cabell is instruct ing a class in vocal music at this place Bro Cabell is a good singer and is well liked by all who come in contract with him Mr Thos Bowen was called to the bedside of his sick brother BOjwenwen died Saturday morning with PneumoniaDied his residence 4 miles above Roley Mr David Beard Spinal trouble was the cause of demiseMr Light has lost 3 weeks from some unknown cause Mr J G Knifley the writer that he had tchered1 six hogs for home use that some of the sides would weigh 80 pounds Mr Knifley isa re sponsible man and no doubt about statement I J B Grant the medicine man passed through oUr town one day last week The first snow of any amount fell here monda Y the 13th Mr A Hovious is the cham pion bird hunter of this place We take it for granted as he puts in most of his time going after themThe Ky Singletree and spoke company commenced buying tim J beVat this place again Monday Dec 13th The most dangerous peroJPm this world is the dhetwitthe most talent and the least yiiv ture fnt w c o ii n I 1 J Rowes x Reads I q rRevJmeeting at Oak Grove church in Russell county 10 Professed faith in JesusTom girl that has had her thigh broken three times within the last 16 months is get ing along fairly well She says she dont suffer any but she has great patience for a girl Lige Coffey sold out went with his family to Mo and was back at his old home within two weeks Lige did not like the North Pole Esq Sam Collins is fixing to thresh wheat JEe passed here the other day with another full outfit for threshing Sam there nothir g like being on time l Ethrage Morgan is very sick with slow fever Old aunt Clara Cdff ey died onet daylast week BrtherEm e r y Pennycnff had a very good meeting last week at the Hays Chapel church Bill Cook is moving this week to the John Foils farm Finis Biatey is moving this week to Columbia We hate to give Finis up as he has sucha good wife arid nice little children and Finis was one of our converts at Oak firpye We pray Gold to bieR them Ult wherever they Jobu i ffitefJSSjm s fhWj SM X A is tI tMs 4rI i1lt- I II Woodson Lewis I Greensburg KentucSw 1 ISNOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH t Studebaker Birdsell f I flilburn 1 WagonsAOliver Chilled Plowse y A car load ofxDisc Harrows r r A car load o- fCultivators Corn Planters DrillsIandI I Will have the greatest and finestdisplay of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown fin this Green River Country read7 for r Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT i A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm 1 mpiements at any station nthe L N R R r Wood son LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to 11 notirV The LouisyilIe TrustSouthwest Garner I b fn Companyi Flfth and dark r LOUISVILLErOrganized under a special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kjndand description and the transaction of a general trust busi n ssis authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin trator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every pr eit1 i on of trust that can be held by an individual j l It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair imPar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its laige assets its corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great nancial strength B CO BLINDS 4 Sash anti Door House t v In the South o + r Send your orders to us for prompt shipment iand goods If We appreciate them i EL HUGHES CU o a INCORPORATED Stearmen farm near Esto for 800 Bill Cpob and John Oaks hoe rented a saw mill firbiii Jim Snow Trey are putting itup on Jim Oaks land here Otho Bibee hw moved his sawmill to Bryant Millers wood land Mir attic npe taaQQIWt i l at Den- 0i l y 1 ti ir 5 W Itit iCi Sash Doors Blinds Columns i lStairInterior FinisH1Etc i Largest Wholesale god s 211215 E Main Street fr LOUISVILLE IY i 4 a Christmas is coming fJQhn1 Marcum and Uriah Selby passed this place today with 250 turketif and 50 gee5e for Columbia Boys here is a sum for yoa work I will shoe your hor i around with 32 nailsecharge you a penny for ihte flrs nail two peaaM for the aa9l nil and double the price time I 1Jw1 lHb to Il JJl fj7 V Yf