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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i fl 1 1 iI 4I I 4f IIJ I bt7fbatr i 1 untDI e j Ji = i VOLUMF X UI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5 1909 NUMBER 9 The Citizens Nation lLiIe I We call attention to the advertise qIment of Mr J T Merief ee agent for The Citizens National Life Insurance Company Louisville which appears on another page of this paper By reading It you will find several reasons why the enterprising people of this section can well afford to take an interest in this great young giant institution now forming for the purpose of serving the people of Kentucky and the entire South Too long have our people hesi tated and rejected investments in en terprises that would aid in the business development ofour country and put their money in the stocks and bonds of watered institutions of the North and East That the South needs some strong financial institutions can not be questioned that it is the greatest field for Life Insurance can not be doubted and in view of these facts The Citizens National Life Insurance Company will doubtless be sufficiently strong to give good returns to the country and to its stock and policy holders The consoli dation of this Company and The Citizens Life will start it off the strongest Life Insurance Company of its age in theentire country and with its thousands of stock holders throughout the South its business ought to grow rap idly it is not our business to advise and this is not so intended but to point out the opportunity as it appears to our mind is but giving good service as we see it to the readers of The News Rarely if ever the people in the coun try haye had ah opportunity to invest in the stock of any of the large and growing companies until the water had been applied and a tremendous profit gathered by the manipulating capital ists If you want to investigate The Citizens National Life Insurance Company if you are inclined to seek an in vestment Mr Menefee will explain in detail i Two Big Dinners On Xmas day Mrs Reeves gave an elegant dinner to her neighbors Al though it was stormy without every thing within was as merry and happy as a June day Every thing in the way of something nice to eat was prepared It will be a Xmas day never to be for gotten Those present Miss Bessie Shearer and brothers Mr Bob Logan and family Mr Bill Turner and family Mr Charley Pollard and family and Mr Reeves and family Then on the following Wednesday Mr Bob Logan gave another elegant dinner to the same crowd Oh so many nice things to eat The old year will soon close and may all of us have the pleasure of meeting again on like oc casions CowherdC bell On Christmas day Mr J Colby Cow herd a prominent business man of Greensburg and Miss Louise Cab ll the popular daughter of Mr and Mrs L H Cabell of Miami Green county were married in the parlors of Mran- dJlrsJeff Henry near Greensburg The ceremony was pronounced in a impressive manner by Rev W H C Sandidge in the presence of a few inti mate friends The bride is well known in Columbia where she has many friends all of whom being glad to learn that she has been happily mar Tied to a worthy and popular gentle ian j A Family Reunion There was a reunion of the Butler family of this county and at the home 4f Mr Ed Butler on Sunday following Christmas day A sumptuous dinner was spread and the day most happily spent Stories iof Auld Lang Syne Were told and regrets expressed at the absence of members of the family who had departed for a better world since the company last met Mrs Nellie Conover Mrs Sallie Smith Josh James and William But ler besides many nieces and nephews were present It is hoped that they may all live to meet again in another reunion iF GabbertDunbar 4rLY Gabbert son of Dr Z T W Gabbrt and Miss Cordelia Dunbar daughter of the late W Po Dunbar Iee married at the home of the brides i jnpther last Thursday The groom is in the revenue service and he is one of Adair countys best young men The bride is a favorite of the Creen river posesegtit cou pb an numiroui all of whom stand imdy to xt odthe hand of congratu tjJatkNI 1 fIJ t 0jT i J i t C Mri I r 4 i Secret Marriage Just Now Mr C C Hindman a son of rand Mrs W A Hindman and a nephew of Governor J R Hindman a prominent farmer and trader of this county was secretly married to Miss Judith Flowers a popular young lady of Bowling Green in Nashville Tenn August the 19 1909 So well did the couple guard their secret that not a member of Mr Hind mans family nor Miss Flowers family had a breath of the marriage until the 25th of December 1909 when the mar riage certificate was read at a gather in g in Bowling Green Mr and- Mrs Hindman bting present and Miss Pearl Hindman a sister of the groom Mrs Hindman is a daughter of Mr W T Flowers who was born andre red in Adair county leaving here many years ago In the summer of 1908 she visited Miss Pearl Hindman at Grady ville and also relatives and friends in Columbia hence she is not a stranger to the community in which she will make her permanent home The couple arrived from Bowling Green last Saturday and were given a hearty welcome by Mr Hindmans par brothers and sisters and many lents Married in New Albany Announcements of the marriage of Miss Mary Frances Williams of Green county who spent several years in Co lumbia attending the LindseyWiison School to Thomas Taylor Beeler D D L have been received at this place The ceremony took place at New Al bany Ind on Tuesday the 28th ult The couple will reside in Oklahoma and will be at home Okmulgee after the 15th of March The bride has many friends in Colum bia all of whom trust that there is much happiness in store for her Parson= Turpen Mr Charles Parson a young man of this community son of Mr John Par son and Miss Vara Turpen daughter of Mr and Mrs James Turpen were married at the home of the brides parents last Thursday Quite a number of friends were present to witness the solemn and impressive ceremony and to bid the young couple Gods speed They will probably reside in Columbia Tennessee and Adair On Tuesday the 21st ult MrJ M Hill of LaFallette Tenn and Mrs Susie Zearbaugh of Pellyton this county were married in Campbellsville and left immediately for the home of the groom Mr Hill is an attorney for the wellknown Wyburg Hanna Lum ber Company and is a gentleman who stands high socially and professionally The bride is a dughter of Mr and Mrs pK Pelly and was one of Adair coun tys best young women Her first hus band who was a lumber dealer died five orsix years ago KENTUCKY ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT J H Young c Plffs against Order Mary Jones Deft It is ordered that all Creditors of Rufus Jones deceased appear before the Master Commissioner of this court and prove their claims on or before the 15th day of January 1910 and this cause is now referred to said Commissioner to hear and audit the indebtedness of said decedent and he will report same at the next regular term of this court Given under my hand as Clerk of the Adair Circuit Court this 29th day of December 1909 J F Neat CACC 9lt By Fred McLean D C Marriage licenses The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair county clerks office during the nionch of December Wm E Jeffries and Nona Jeffries Mont Wilson and Bertha E Grider Charley W Keltner and Vara Chastine Ben Grant an Rhoda Harden Rollin McClister and Enner Petty Robt L Moore and Nannie EL Corn best Cy Hadley and Nannie Bryant Wm B Moore and Flora Lee Squires- J T Ross and Hattie Gilpin John J Watson and Mary L Cooley Claudie Stotts and Matti Campbell Edgar Beard and Londa E Watson Wm H Edsall and Verna Dohoney L Y Gabbert and Cbdelia Dunbar Geo W Lowe and Bettie Hancock Mont Karnes and Cora Atkins Rezon Redman and Martha Judd The Adair County News one rand the Daily CourierJournal three months for 175 In order to take advantage of this offer yoamust subscribe during the months of January Ft ruaiy and March SobscjiU now t ii j Jr J i l fr J rt 7T J l v J The Old and the New Last Monday Judge Junius Hancock and the other officers of the county gave up their positions and the new of ficials were sworn in and are now in charge of affairs Judge Hancock has been an official of this county for a good many years having filled a number of positions It is hardly probable that aman could serve the people as long as he has without incuring the dis pleasure of some persons but we believe the retiring County Judge has made as few enemies as any gentler man whoever filled the position He leaves the office with clean hands turn ing it over to his successor in good con dition and with the best wishes of his many friends He is succeeded by Judge N H Moss who has in the past been iden tified with the affairs of the county serving his district for a number of years as magistrate He was elected to the office of County Judge without opposition which was in the nature of ompliment and it is general believed that under his guardianship the official business of his office will be looked after with a watchful eye Mr WB Patteson who has made the county one of the best Sherifa it ever nad has been relieved from the PatteIsonhis readiness to make arrests and his promptness in serving papers making ready for Circuit courts a quick tax collector and prompt settlements with the Auditor has been the talk of the county He had no pets He knew his duty and he did it well His brother who succeeds him is a fine business man and having been a deputy under the retiring Sheriff is perfectly familiar with the office and there is not a doubt but he will fill it to the satisfaction of the taxpayers of the county doing the business in a determined thoughcourteous manner Mr T R Stults will be missed from the County Clerks office He has fill ed the position of County Court Clerk for sixteen years making an accurate and accommodating official His de feat was a surprise to many as he is known to be a very popular gentleman one who had made three successsul races for the position defeating veryi popular men Long tenue in office per haps had more to do with his defeat than anything else As above stated he will be missed from the temple of Justice but in whatever business he engages in he will have the best wishes of his many friends Mr Walker Bryant succeeds Mr Stul tsHe is very popular throghout the county and is a gentleman of fine business attainments and is welt fitted for the office of County Clerk That he will fill it most creditably to himself and to the satisfaction of the entire county is not a question Those whoa perfectly familiar with him Jchow his worth Mr G P Smythe has made t1 county a very efficient County Attorney He isa good lawyer and has conducted the affairs of the office in a fearless and impartial manner watching closely the expenses of the county giving the Fis cal Court proper attention and sound advice on all matters coming befor it He has made but few enemies and his popularity in the county has not been leSsenedS Mr Gordon Montgomery who is an excellent lawyer a firm clearheaded man one who can not be swerved from duty succeeds Mr Smythe He isa man who detests making a show or parading his knowledge put knowing him perfectly we believe we can say without fear of contradiction there is not a more well balanced mind in the county He is honest in his transac tions and is ready to act without fear when duty calls The office of Connty Attorney has fallen into competent handsIMr J F Neat is the retiring circuit court clerk He has been engaged in other business since he was elected to the position and his office has been run by deputies Mr Fred McLean perhaps having filled that position longer than any other deputy The office has been neatly kept and the worksatisfac torily done Mr McLean being regarded as one ofihe most painstaking and accurate clerks inthe State Mr W T Price succeeds to this of fice and is now on duty He possesses good business qualifications a gentleman who proved Himself quite popular in the county He has a courteous bearing and the people need not fear but he will m kea first class official one who had at times Willie ready to greet patrons with a hearty good will Mrs Georgie R Shelton has the distinction of being the first lady Superintendent pf Schools in Adair county and for four years she has filled that i tion in a business like and admirable manner She huben gtinctiislatt her office made regular visit annuiif to all the schools in thi county msfciog talks bvttlpils and adviuij tJ1li J b v0 1 r i I teachers in the best manner possible and in that way she has endeared her self to all the teachers and is very much liked by all the pupils and patrons in the county She is a fine business wo man hence what she does she does well She retires from office knowing that she has done her full duty and she is thankful to all those who assist ed her to the position Miss Pearl Hindman another lady of excellent character and standing suc ceeds Mrs Shelton She has been a teacher for several years is well edu cated and wellfitted for the office of Superintendent She is a lady of pleas ing manners and all visitors to her place of business will be given a cordial welcome That she will make a most satisfactory official cannot be doubted Miss Pearl will board in Columbia and will be convenient to her office Mr A W Tarter has served the county four years as jailer making a polite and accommodating officer It is said by those who know that he was a fine feeder giving the prisoners the best the county affords It is also said that persons who have done time in the jail all speak in the highest terms of him saying that he treated them white and that by them he will always be kindly remembered- Mr J K P Conover who has heretofore been jailer succeeds Mr Tarter at this time He made a fine officer when he last held the position and he has entered upon his second term with a determination to make a better officer than he did before if it is possible for his record to be improved He is an elegant gentleman and the affairs at the jail will be well conducted underhis supervision goes without saying He hasentered upon the discharge of his duties Dr C M Russell a fine physician and an elegant gentleman is the Cor oner eIctepin November It will be his duty to summon juries to pass on the cause of sudden and mysterious deaths It is a position that should be held by a physician and it has fell into good hands Mr J M Wolford is the Assessor elect and he will make a good one He will call on you in good time Be ready to give a fair valuation of your proper tyIofficial a gentleman who has many friends in the county Mr E G Hardwick is the suveyor elect He will be ready with his Jacob staff at any time work in his line is needed iY Masonic Election Tampico Lodge F ancTAM which meets at Cane Valley elected the fol lowing officers on the 27th for the ensuing year OW McAllister Master J Tl Jarvis SlW Jno Littrell J W J W Sublett Treks J V 1 1dA IL Judd SecAJ W i f 7Russ ll S D Taylor Sullivan J D Horace Massie Tiler Mr John R Johnson of this place is a believer in the open air treatment He has a comfortable home but for several years he has virtually slept out doors At bedtime these cold winter nights he repairs to his porch which is open with the exception of the lattice work disrobes and retires to bed He says he sleeps perfectly warm and en joys fine health When he commenced sleeping in the open air his health was very poor He will now weigh about 185 pounds eats heartily and is enjoy iny life He is a confirmed believer in the treatment and was in the office a few days ago advising the entire force to take it The matter is under con sideration in fact our mind is about made upto stay in- PreacliingNext Sunday W H C Sandidge Ebinezer F J Barger Mt Pleasant Z T Williams Columbia J N Walbert Society Hill J R Crawford Columbia J A Johnston Gradyville J N Roach Mt Carmel J F Turner Red Lick W S Levi Frannels Creek fJB M Currie Columbia S P Stapp Providence Notice Persons owing me clerks fees ib the circuit clerks office can settle same with Fred McLean who was R1151lAn early settlement ii desired of all parties owing ine cost t i FiJNeat Ex ChcujtCjk t t1 JJemto tht wife of Frtnfr Barton oa 21tbult a daltrF i t ij ijJi181 ji e tf v 7r V f J v n I11 Hear Those Bells It is music sweetest music when the Xmas chimes mingle with the tones of wedding beIlsUWhat is so rare as a day in June sang Lowell and we answer the Xmas days when hearts are glad with Xmas cheer and with the love that cements souls for time and eternity Columbias bell have been ringing and two of her fairest ones were led to the marriage altar by we believe two noble young men Dec 29 1909 The home of Mrs Priscilla W Do honey was a scene of many smiling happy faces and all things were made ready by eight thirty oclock on the evening of the twentyninth for the nuptial ceremony which united in marriage Miss Verna Dohoney to Mr William H Edsall The guests were stilled by the sweet strains of Mendelslohns wedding march rendered by the brides sister Mrs Grace Bradshaw All eyes were turn ed to the door of entrance and soon a vission of loveliness and dignity when the bride and goom entered the parlors Elder Z T Williams pronounced the words that consummated the fondest wishes of these two that they become husband andwife The bride was indeed pretty gowned in shimmering moussaline satin of cream color with a tint of pink The gown was of empire style with lace yoke and bertha trimmed with chemille of exquisite pattern The bride carried a beautiful boquet of brides roses The groom was dressed in conventional style and although stranger to the most of the guests we believe his man ly face indicates a noble character worthy of the the prize he carries from our town There were many pretty and useful presents showing with what esteem Miss Verna is held byher many friends here and else where The happy couple left the next morn ingfor Louisville where they immediately go to housekeeping May Heavens richest blessings abide with themOut from this home we went into the cold crispy night air the moon was just rising and the man in the moon was smiling looked almost as happy as Messrs John Flowers and Alex Chewn ing looked when some one suggested toI them that weddings were the incidents worth while just now They heartily acquiesed Thenwhy oh why But curiosty must not be permitted to ask the question longer and down the street we drove with even the wheels singing over the frozen snow O theylfterstay 1 Under the rQofs that have sheltered them kind They these joys will now J avebe bindI Arid this ere with sweet love in their hearts so true Will make vows for this life and the next one too That will make four hearts glad and the years to come Will find them enjoying their home sweet home- Soon we were jn the warm bright parlor of Judge Hancocks home look ing over the table so loaded with pres ents and knowing of many more that were already jn the home which the groom had waiting for his bride we thought How her friends loveher and shJ is manyI As the clock was striking nine Elder folIlowedthe bride and Miss Susie Kate Page who separated standing one at the right the other at the left making ready for the happy bride and groom Miss B Hancock nd thejceremonyas was desired by the bride an J the two who have loved and betrothed them selves to each other were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony The bride looked her prettiest and sweetest in her traveling gown being ready for an immediate going forth to the cosy home which her chosen one had ready for her Mr Lowe looked his best and happiest in a black suit and after they had solemnly made their vows in the presence of the immediate family and a few friends who came in at the hour They received congratulations after lingering awhile under the old rooftree the two Went forth we believe in the fear of the Lord to make holy and sacred another hearthstone And may Heavens choicest blessings hover over them and the time of sor row few and the years of joy be many and abundant Ring on ye wedding bells Mrs ZT Williams T Friday evening many of the young people met with Miss Myrtle Mytrs and for ttytral hours her spacious rpar- ors were tihvnd nfa4Jgames etc v i frf4 Jf fr4 t i Sir The Railroad The report of the Engineering Company having in charge the proposition of determining the cost of constructing the resources that will feed an electric road from Columbia to Greensburg is in the hands tof Messrs Hindman and Tutt of this city The report covers the entire situation and shows good to those who will put money into it The Company advises the building of the road and recommends it a good invest ment We have not been favored with full information conveyed by letter to the above named gentlemen but understand that the people of Adair and Green counties will be asked to sub scribe and pay for 20 per cent of the tock The estimated cost of the road being about 300000 it is therefore necessary to secure in the two counties 60000 This ought to be readily se cured if the building of the road can thereby become a certainty Real Estate Agent r I have opened a Real Estate office in Columbia and solicit your property for sale It is my intention to advertise manyIparts of the country Some one nee d ed to do this work and 1 have made my mind to do it If you want to sell your property list it with me If you want to buy call and I will show you a list from which to select G P Smythe Office Garnett Building I desiae to express my grateful thanks to Mr E F Roe of Sparks ville who kindly remembered me Christmas sending in a box of sweet potatoes the finest that has ever been on my table The gift was highly ap preciated and enjoyed I make this publication in the News that the people throughout the county may know the kindly pulsations which beat in the heart of the donor Yours etc i W R Myers Write it 1910 It is moving time The snow was fine on the whet ITop hogs sold in Louisville last Wednesday at 885 The Lindsay Wilson and the Graded I school opened last Monday The Adair Circuit court will begin the third Monday in this month Born to the wife of Montie Montgomery a boy on January 1st 1910 Quick delivery prompt service and a l fair dalGrider Morrison and Good man93t a All the teachers in the graded school arrived from their respective homes Saturday arid are now on duty Grider Morrison and Goodman keep i the lumber movingThey can meet your demands 93t Rev J R Crawford will fill the pul pit at the Presbyterian church next Sunday forenoon and evening Several thousand rabbits have be shipped to Louisville from this county in the last ten days If you want to build or repair see Grider Morrison and Goodmanthe firm that has what you need93t Columbia was in darkness several nights of last week Pipes at the light plant froze and bursted WD Bradshaw of Georgetown IMr in the county for the past week buying hogs and cattle l LOSTA brown bird dog white tips on her hind feet Information of her whereabouts wanted W C Evans 94t Edith Ky House and lot for sale on Tuft street Price 550 On third cash balance on time to suit purchaser N M Tutt 9lt The Trustees of Educational Division Number are requested to meet in Columbia the 3rd Monday 9lt H B Garnett Last ThursdaySmorning the cold estherefora good many years The thermomphers varied ranging from Z to 6below Farm For Rent The best land in the county Apply to Miss Trabue 2tr Mr Geo T powers JrEhu Jn Yedt r bsbArbershoptoWterstreetandocupyIug tb basmmttof theswrRqMtlltbaikiin 4 i I d j fr4 A I r I i 3dL I fI fr I J l THE ADA1R COUNTY NEWS v The Crecelius Law At the last meeting of the Dig trict Board of the Burley Tobac co Society December 7 g and 9 a resolution was passed to ask all newspapers in the counties in which tobacco is pooled to puI lish a copy of the the Crec s i Law and the Little McChord Bill j This was done because certaint persons had violated their con tracts claiming that they didnot know that the above laws were in existence the Record publishes these laws as follows- CRECELIUSLAW Chapter Acts of the General Assembly Commonwealth off Kentucky 1909 An Act to amend section 3 of an act of the General Assembly of Commonwealth of Kentucky approved March 21 1906 en titled An act permitting per sons to combine or pool their crops of wheat tobacco and oth er products and sell same as a whole and making contracts in pursuance thereof valid being Chapter 117 of the Acts of the General Assemely of the Corp monwealth of Kentucky for the year 1906 Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth h of Kentucky Section IThat section 3 of an act entitled U An Act permit ting persons to combine or pool their crops of wheat tobacco or other products and sell same a a whole and making contract- in pursuance thereof validap proved March 26 1909 bein Chapter 117 of the acts of the General Assembly of the Corn monwealth of Kentucky for th year 1906 be and the same is hereby amended and reenacted so as to read as follows Such persons so entering into such an agreement for contract as is set out in the foregoing sections are Itagentwith whom said parties so enter ing into such an agreement may classify grade store hold sell or dispose of sail crop or any of them anti said agent or agents shall have the right to take reI ceive hold store classifygradeI sell or dispose of placed in said agreement for the purpose of accomplishing the ob ject of such combination of agreement between such princi pals and contracts and agree ments entered into by such agent or agents for the purpose of classifying grading storing hold ing selling or disposing ofsaid crop so combined united or pool ed either in parcel or as a whole llJnotnation or purpose of such origi nal agreement of such principles so entering into said combina tion or of such agent or agents be declared illegal or invalid All contracts heretofore made by any person or persons for the pur poses set out in the foregoing sections are hereby declared valid it othewise legally binding on the parties Injunction may Issue to Pre vent Breach of Contract To prevent any breach or violation of any contract made for the purposes set out in the fore going sections a restraining or der and writ of injnctlonmay be issued by proper officer as in G prescribed in the Civil Code pf PraeticeSy y for Breach of Contract r 0 bd it i For any breach or violation of any contract entered into for the purposes set out in the foregoing sections the injured party may recover the damages sustained him by reason of such violation oi such contract of the persons violating the same and also of any person who shall induce or persuade another to violate such contract which damages shall include the reasonable expense and attoreeys fees incurred by the injuredparty in prosecuting an action to recover such damages or to prevent a violation of suchcontract if the party com laining shall succeed in doing which may berecovedjn the same action or original proceed ingPenalty for Breach of Contract Said agent when so elected as herein provided shall have the sole right to sell said crop so pooled or combined and it shall be unlawful for any owner of such crop to sell or dispose ofsame and for any person to knowingly purchase the same without the written consent of such agent and upon conviction thereof he or they shall be fined in any sum or amount not exceeding 25000 for each offense to be fixed by the jury in their discretion EMERGENCY Sec 2WHEREAS Many crops of tobacco and other products have been combined and pooled andspurs poses set out in the above sec degclared to exist which requires that this act should and shall itsepassage and approval by the GoernorIApproved March 1319081 LITTLE MCCHORD BILL Chapter 9 Acts of the General AssemblyCommonwealth ofKen tucky 1908 An Act to prevent the sale or transfer of personal Property where the possession is in one person aud the Title is vested in anotherBe Enacted by the General CommonwealthIof Kentucky It shall be unlawful for any person having the possession of personal property the title of which is vested in an other to sell or otherwise dispose of such property without the written consent of the person in whom the little is vested Any person guilty of such offense shall be fined not less than One Hundred Dollars nor more than Five Hun die gDollars for each offense ny person having notice of the in which such property- is held who shall purchase it of the person having the possession thereof or of any other person without the written consent of the person in whom the title is vested shall be fined not less than One Hundred Dollars nor more than One Thousand Dol tars for each offense 2An emergency exists for the immediate operation of this law therefore the same shall be in force from and after its enactment Approved March 24 1908 s Stung ror 5 Years by Indigestions pangs trying many doctors and 20000 worth of medicine vain B F Ayscue of Ingleside N at last used Dr Kings New Life tbey1Vbol1ycuredhimIThey ick C Liver Kid ney and Bow I aTOii1J1lI 25c mt Pauir Drug coS hr tft i F i7 ft t t rn Columbia District Second Round IThe following make up Presid der Hulse appointments for the Columbia District going over the territory for the second time It is requested that the membership keep these appointments before it and attend the meetings Monticello Locketts Chapel January 67 Vest Monticello Keens Chapel January 89- Clinton Lands Chapel Janu ary 1112 V Albany Oak Grove January 1516 Burksville Marrowbone January 1819 Bear Creek Parrish Chapel January 2223- Peytonsburg Pleasant Hill January 2526 Renox Breeding January 29 30 Greensburg Greensburg Feb ruary 56- Thurlow Honks Chapel Feb ruary 1213 CampbellsvilJe Circuit Asbury Feb uary 1516- Spurlington and Early Taylors Chapel February 1920 Campbellsville Station Febru ary 2627 Mannsvilje Wesley Chapel February 2728- Columbia and Tabor Columbia March b6 Cane Valley Cane Valley March 67- Gradyville March 1213 West Tompkinsvijle March 19 20Tompkinsville March 2223 Temple Hill March 2627 T L Hulse P E Then Youve Got Em- One of these nights while you lie dreaming into your room therell come ascreaming t a big black wompus with greenish eyes and a plumaged devil with awful cries and an Orrie shaped thing all covered with hair will shriek and howl while you tremble there And a slimy snake with a glisten ing hide will coil and sing just by your side and a greeneyed monkey with a pink phizog will about astride a hog and back in the corner where you threw your coat is the warlike image of a William goat And the face of a friend who has long been dead will lurk in the shadows around your bedwith palid face and deathgazedeye and on his lips a cry and then by your side he will come and stand and soothe your brow with his clammy hand And there on the floor where you left your hat with back all arched is a Maltese cat and a tall giraffe with bow and smile is making love to a croco dile and a polar hear with a growLand a roar will enter your room through a tightly closed door And you fuss and fume but you cant make out just what the dickens its all about and youll tell yourself and twill be quite true that you didnt start out to see the zoo and for your life you cant see bow you hap pened to reach this menagerie Then youll reach for your bottle your dearest friendand hallucination will reach an end for youll take a big drink and your fears are quelled and the shadowy visions are all dispelled But ere you repose for another snooze take this adviceHCut out the boozerEx I A Chivalrous Man If it be true that what is in a man when he is sober will come out when faculties are under the toxic influence of alcohol then the man of apparent wealth and refinement who in full evening d t fLt lcY r Z dress was floundering in a wa tering trough near Seventeenth and Market streets early the other morning was a gentleman and a hero The poor fellow was so helplessly hopelessly intoxicated that had it not been for the timely ad vent of apoliceman he assuredly would have been drowned When the policeman seized him by the slack of his trousers and his coat collar however and attempted to lift him from the trough he re sistedvigorously Shay offisher he spurted you save the women an chil dren I can look after myself Philadelphia Times The Man Who Does Things Every institution wants him He is not looking for positions positions are looking for him He does not complain he acts H e accomplishes results and these accomplished results speak more loudly in his favor than acres of snbsidized newspapers What the world wants what the world rewards is the man who does things Discouragement and failures are meaningless notn ings to him results are the substantial things for which he strives and attains There is a settled air of assured success in his manners and movements There is no trouble in selecting him from a crowd He can be picked out just as unerringly as his opposite who abides with discouragement and failure and they leave amore attractive im print on the countenance Men who can do things in industrial commercial and financial life are as scarce as their opposite are plentiful Opportunities are not scarce they are plentiful more plentiful than ever since history was written They await the poor boy who does things without looking at the clock People who are always looking at the clock never amount to much in anything Men who do things never consult the time to see if they can stop they know time was made for slaves not for virile men who enthusiastically do things Employees who frequent ly consult the clock will always be employees with no hope of raising The man who does things may in his absorption forget his meals or his bed but this opposite will be ever ready ahead of time for both or either Wheu the President Lost his Oat The Crystal palace exhibition opened at New York July 15 1853 was the first affair of this kind in the country for which foreign exhibits were solicited The big show began with a procession in which President Franklin Pierce mounted was a conspicuous feature The hero of the day rode a mettlesome steed and while proceeding up Wall street the presidential headgear a new silk hat of the arevalent style was incomtinent ly tumbled to the pavement Another horse recklessly steppe upon the unfortunate tile crushing it out of the semblance of it self besmenaing it with mud real Wall street mud What was left of the misshapen and be daubed hat was worn by the president to the great amusement of the spectators until a substitute could be secured t Sandwjky iCoNile PlakiincMm peop1eti iwtrouid iirJoW to v ilSYr iiti k ar h Cigarrette Ask the doctor he will tell you maleIsight and impair digestion Ask the athlete and he will reply If you expect to matte your mark in athletics you must let cigarettes alone Ask the edu cator and he will answer that the habitual cigarrette user can not keep up with his classes Ask the moralist and he will tell you that the practice makes crimi nals byblunting the moral faculties Ask the business man if it makes any difference to them if employes use cigarettes and mark the chorus of denuncia tions Burbank the plant wiz ard Moore of the United States weather bureau Edison the fa mous electrician all add their protest to those of railroad and street car managers superintendents of factories and propri etors of great business enter prises unite in saying that cig arette users can not be depend ent upon physically intellectu ally or morally If further testi mony is wanted look at the cigarette user himself and the anwer will be anything but favor of the practice Ex I She Was the Ghost A certain lady and her fam ily says Sir Mounts tuart Grant Duff in his Diary hired a place in Scottlandwhich was haunted by the ghost of a wo man who was to be seen con stantly a t night wandering through the rooms and passages When the family arrived the lady was much struck with the place and said I must have been here s before for I know this place so well only there ought to be two rooms here and there is only one The agent replied that within a few weeks the owner had caused a partition to be taken down and made the two rooms into one Still the lady was zled at her knowledge of puzI place till she remembered was a house she used to go to in her dreams Well some time passed and the agent was up at the house again when the lady complained that one part of the contract had not been fulfilled They had hired a house and a ghost for the summer andno ghost had she seen The agent replied Of course not beco use you are the ghost We recogniz ed you the moment we saw you eo Declines to Commit Himself Its a little early to be making announcements for anything so far away said Congressman 01 lie M James of the First dis trict when asked in the new capitol Tuesday whether the re ports were true that he will be a candidate for United States Sena tor to succeed Senator Paynter Ut1 will let my friends know what I intend to do when the time comes said the big Representative as he puffed up the marble strairs on his way to see new House and Senate chambers Mr James s ia4 on his way to Marion to spend the Christmas holidays He stopped off here from Washington where he has been attending the con gressional session In order to loojc after j case which he has before tile 1 Court of APpeltls Frtnk 111lort t 0i 5 f5t 5 r i rt1fi8 ft News Notes The net poceeds of the charity ball given in Chicago last week reached 26000 rCamillusbrnett was given a 12 year sentence at Sal jersville for the killing of GtV Anderson R W Brown of Louisville rel ceived Hour votes for president of the National League of Profes sional Baseball Clubs in New YorkTwelve deaths resulted from the wreck on the Southern rail way at Reedy Fork trestle 10 miles north of Greensboro N C Frederick Greenwood the author and journalist died in London Mr Greenwood found ed the Pall Mall Gazett of which he was the first editor Adjournment of the 24th Mexican Congress has been taken until April of next year At the moment of adjournment a salute of 21 guns was fired The proposition to extend the franchise o f the Metropolitan Street Car Co for 26 years was Molmother its not loaded the 12 year old son of Mrs James Mc Laughlin of Santa Fe N M shot his mother through the heart killing her instantly The supreme court of Indiana heljd constitutional the county op tion electionl w enacted in 1908 under which 65 out of the 92 counties of Indiana have closed their saloons IBartlett Shepherd Haggard county Friday aged 82 years He was the last survivor in the county of the veter ans of the Moxican War and one of the few in the State The directors of the Louisville and Nashville railroad company declared a semiannual dividend- of 3z percent an increase of i per cent over the previous half year dividend declaration King Leopold of Belgium died atBrussells aged 72 years Ther e being no direct male heir the throne passes to Prince Albert son of Leopolds brother the lat e Phillippe Count of Flanders Appointment of a receiver for the Burley pools of 1906 and 1907 was premature according to the decision of the court of appeals and the decision of Judge Ben ton of Winchester is reversed Two persons were killed and seven seriously injured when a passenger train on the Central of Georgia railroad collided with passenger train No 42 on the Mac n and Birmingham railroad at Harris City Ga The Supreme Court of Ala bama finally established what is known as the looker club decision wherein it is held that a man may own and store liquors where he pleases and as much as he pleases if ac quired legally B S Osbon secretary of the Arctic Club announced that Capt Loose had verbally confessed in the presence of wit nessess that he faked the recent affidavit in which he said that he had prepared data for Dr Fredr reick A Cook the explorer 44 A dark cool house is an ideal place to store potatoes for the next 60 dayI V A lister vis a good substitute for a potato digger it ia jbetter than a plow as ituC do ubde mold board v i r fit1Y1F s 3X11 4f 4 4 Iin I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSf t 7 LUMBER We are prepared to furnish anything needed in Rough or Dressed Lumber A good stock anyftspecially needed can be furnished on short notice Our machinery of the latest pstern and we can meet all reasonable de= mands If you mean to build or repair write call or use Phones 32 = 4 32 = 3 and 59 A GRIDER MORSON GOODMAN LOCATION Myers Roller Mill JJ it IS rilJ v fo vou IFVtU 13 UYAT ft h RIGt1jtpAC See my Stock o- fCEERALMERGHANDSEJ UIO PtrodaeevJanted Ws Le SIMMONS HUMBLE KENTUCKY 11 eFRANK CORCORAN jl HighGrade 1Marble Granite Cemetery work of all kind Represented JEFFRIES this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky f C- Jk JLOIOTOTOTOIOI IRuesell Springs Motel OPEn TOtHEALTH SEEKERS And Traveling Public Building which commodious table1saccommodation traveling salesmen purest health restoring Terms reasonoble Write IWJNFRE1fHEIPS See US before you buy w by C G in the The is has the of the The water is the to I SIRUSSELL PRIN I- VJ 8 1eir s e I 2dA HOBSON G KENTUGY 1 WIRE FENCe 1 toest Steel manges METAL ROOFING CRUSADER ROOFING 1 r WALL PAPER 1 OORS WNDOWS CE iEN r LIME BRICK 1 WALL PLASTER FURN I TJ RE- I I All KindBUILDERS Hardwarel L i w j COUNTY r r r Git Vii s f r j i Gumption on the Farm A rundown farm needs winding up Defeat to a successful man is only a tonic Are your insurance policies good and tight i Some farmers seem to be grow ing into agriculturists v A man is often known by his paths through the snow Some advcie is no good until it is tested and some is no good afterwardsMany mans honesty has kept him from biting ona get richquickscheme A fivecent pocketbouk may be the means of making a business man out of your boy A man who hurries so fast that he hasnt time to be careful will always be behind with Isis workIt folly to strike while the iron is hot unless you first know what you are going to make of it The thing that never comes to any of us is the thing that is as bad as we think its going to tie Storm doors do not look well but try them this winter and see i f their convenience does not overbalance their want of looks When the devil can not tempt a mal to give up a good fight any other way he offers him a broader field The snail does not break any speed records but often it goes farther and t o better purpose than a twominute nag o n a racetrack Providence will neyer be able to do much for the farmer who treats his cows and horses better than he does his wife and chil dren Something wrong with wheels that wobble Have them fixed up before you drive them over rough roads or you may have a breakdownNever about the North Pole but be sure that you re member where you stored the bean poles when you took them up in the fall When you come to make out the contract with your tenant for the newt year put yourself in his place if you can It will help you to do the right thing And then write it all down The hired man who takes notice of the broken raiJo r theI open Fate and remedies the evil at once is of big value to his emyloyer but the hand with the unseeing eye who waits to be told every little detail is an an royance Tomato Puree Heat one quart o f tomatoes and rub through a fine sieve to remove all fibre and seeds Return the strained tomato and juice to the kettle and let boil slowly for fifteen minutes If raw tomatoes are being used they should be cooked longer Rub one level tablespoonful of flour and one large tablespoonful of I butter to a paste Add it to the tomato also one teaspoonful of salt two of sugar one of onion juice a dash of cryenne pepper and four or five powdered crack ers Add a little boiling water cook fifteen minutes longer and serveEx Breeding live Stock Itis 6w18fiJeae1I that thelive r f rred W Istock industry is the foundation of maintaining soil er ilityorf live stock husbandry is not ex ariIIcultoral fertI1hzersagriculture live stock is essential as animas consume much that otherwise would be a total loss and are regardedas living ma chines to convert cheaper sough age and grains into more valuable products The droppings of animals are natural fertilizersIand the farmer wh mixed husbandry is sure to in crease his prosperity says Drover s Journal While virgin soils will produce bountiful crops xthe yield soon declines unless there is a restora tion of the elements of fertility to the land The successful breeder must have a natural admiration for the stock of the farm to make his breeding operations profitable lie must like his live stock well enough to give attention to their physical comfort and to endeavor to improve their general quality personalInever rise above mediocre as a breeder It is evident that the live stock industry has not been given the consideration on the farm which its importance de mandsIunderstand pedigrees of the stock on the farm Pedigrees are only authentic history of ancestors and need to be understood as the basis of animal improvement One farm has highgrade animals while another ranch may be stockedwith scrubs The ancestors of the grades were more per fect animals than the primogeni tors of the scrubs An understanding of pedigrees is a strong incentive to breed up the stock on the farm There is a future for the farmer who ad mires hasbpleasure in studying pedigrees and mastering the principles of improved breeding The pedigree- of an animal is important because it is an authentic record of the ancestors of the animal If the ancestors are of excellent quality the pedigree or line of breeding is good but if the ancestors were only of mediocre quality the animal1willing purposes High excellence the near ancestors is of more importance than in remore colla- terals Occasionally breeding de teriorates through the tendency of all live stock to breed back to some inferior remote ancestor If anIIcestors farmer can anticipate good rej suits in the production oflive stock J Something like a year ago The Tines expressed the opinion that the crime o f kidnapping should be punishable by death and w e therefore note with pleasure that Senatorelect New comb of Louisville will introduce a bill to that effect at the coming session of the Legisla ture Kidnapping is a crime that is always committed in ccld blood by the most heartless of criminals and the human cannot conceive of a mindI rent too severe for theperpe- tratorsToddCountyTimes If you need DregMd Lumber cash on Suldlukl Co i 82t tIs1t t a 1 IProgram The Adair County Medical Society will met in Columbia on Thursday January 13 1910 with the following program Malaria Williams Blair Autitoxin in diptheria WF Cart r wright The Health of Adair county in 1900 U IInnual election a full attendance is earnestly desired v Program J Committee r IIWWhat Are Miracles Gov Hock of Kansas says If a man can squeeze out of the air liquid that is one of the most wonderful things in the world if a man can make an instrument so that he can put something to his ear and something to his mouth and talk to a friend a thousand miles away if a man can make an instrument with which he can examine the internal organs look into the humlnI body and see the bones othe side if a man can make a little cylinder and wrap the hu man voice around it and years after the author of that voice is dead can repeat that voice to the listening friends and loved ones if a man can work these modern miracles of science it is easy for me to believe that God could work the miracles of the Bible I r giAN11m t jtj u W oticrwihealthyor dyspepsia When you consider that the stomach and allied digestive or gans are the most important organs of the body it would seem that a dis order there is to be taken very ser iously theylikeoftentheandirregularindigestiongomines your health It is good advice tosuggest to you that you go to your drug CaldwellsSyrup ThatIIsFThompson liteYouthe druggist and taken according to di needItand besides the laxative effect contains exceptional tonic properties which tone the stomach and that is what is especially needed in indigestion All sufferers from indigestion who have never used Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin writingthehome without In this satIJsfaction inIdigestionIf there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want any medical advice write to the doctor and he will answer you fully There no charge for this isI Tie address is Dr W Cal lwoll 500 Caldwell bid I cmteo Ill Enumerators Test Easy 0901Anywho has received an ordinary common school education can readilyandeasilypas3 the test to be given applicants for Cen sus enumerators places on Saturday Feb 5th the date finally set by U S Census Director Durand according to an announcement from the Census Bureau today This will be a comforting assurance to the several hundred thousand who axe believed to be contemplating ap plication for the places It was emphatically stated at bureau that the test will be tan eminently reasonable and practical one similar to that apt plied to- Census applicants at the Twelfth It will consist of filling out a sample schedule of population from a description in narrative form of typical families and in the case of enumeratorS r nr i lT whose work will be in the rural i districts they will be called up on to fill out an additional sample schedule of agriculture from in formation furnished by the Census Bureau AIrpersons whether women ormen who may des re to be come Census enumerators must be citizens of the United States residents of the supervisors dis lr beIappointed must be not less than 18 nor more than 70 years ofage must be physically able to db the workmust be trustworthy hone mustIwriteiplainly and with reasonably rapid ty Those who can comply with these requirments are invited to put in their applications as there will be at least 68000 enumera tors places to be filled bj the preparationIfor the enumeration beginning April 15th Application forms with full Instructions for fillingin and complete information concerningathe test and the method of ap pointment can be secured by wriing to the supervisor o1 cen SOS for the supervisors district in which the applicant lives 411 applications properly filledin must be filed with the supervisors not later than January 25th as any received after that date cannot be considered IAlone in Sawmill at Midnight f unmindful of dampness drafts storms or cold W J Atkins worked at Night Watchman at Banner Springs Tenn Suchexposure gave him a severe cold that settled on his lungs At last he had to give up work He tried many remedies i but all failed till he used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle he writes I went back to work as well as ever Severe colds stubborn Coughs inflamed throats and sore lungs Hemorrhages Croup and Whooping Cough get quickrelief and prompt care from this glorious medi cine 50c and 100 Trial bottle free guaranteed py Paull Drug Co Pure Seed And Nursery Stock The Ohio Experiment Station believes that it is a plana for farmer to learn something of a mans reputation through his neighbors before buying trees of him Then if possible go ear ly in the season and examine his trees If an order is given sped fy that the trees must be of his own growing and that there must be no substituting If ordering from a distant firm select those who advertise in firstclass period icals and specify as before no substituting Reputable nursey men and seeds men try to keep their stock pure and the varieties buyIin handling If nurserymen and seedsmen are to be censured more than other business men for lax methods says the Direc or of the Ohio Station it is because they get stock from doubtful sources by exchange or purchva and because they so often suj stitute a variety which is just as good 4 rIt has been demonstrated that selling hogs at eight and ten months old and cattle at one and two years old is the most profitable f iway to dispose of them AtYthese ages they yield more net i profit for the feed and labor be stowed on them than At kept to older age But if this practice is kept up generally the question I of the future will be where will we get breeding stock fro which to supply the ever increasingde mkiid of both cttlf and hogs r t- j iff itf tM iR1 7 Xf t t if s r- i f j t 4 f rTEE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS J u t at datf Idr oimty M e1USI Published Every Wednesday I r BY TIE l AdawCOUfltY News Compan- yrINCORPORATED l t CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted tothe Interests LIJ the city of Columbia and the people of Adair mud adjacent counties 1i entered at the Columbia Postofnce as second elaaa mail matter WED JUA 5 1908 In extending the compliments of the season to its many readers and patrons The News feels a keener interest posibly than the average person would imag ine and in bidding farewell to nineteen and nine is buoyant with- hope that the present year will r doubtless prove of greater worth to its well being and to its many friends than any year of the past For twelve years it has been on the scene of activity and during all that time it has sought to aid in the advancement of this sec tion to grow stronger itself and to be of more worth in the affairs of this part of the State That it finds a warmer welcome into more homes that it has fewer critics and more evidence of its appreciation are not doubt ed by those whose time and tal lents are devoted to its existence Foi such patronage for such goodwill it extends to each aId VVVevery one the best wishes for nineteen hundred and ten IIi its hard struggle for existence and growth it hadopposition unfl til a few months ago but now a clear track and a Jong journey d seems to open up as its heritage for duty faithfully done and the confidence that it wil Icontinueto bet ue There is no necessity for a renewal of its vows itspolicy its efforts will continue on the same lines as heretofore so long as its directors remain to guide Proud ratfj the substantial advacement was made in this county and in Columbia last year and look iring forward for greater good during the present It gives due notice that in its columns will be r found an endorsements of every g peoplefiserves News does not live in the past It battles with the present and enjoys the good in the store house of the future Several rail roads that failed to reach Columbia did no good but the one that is coming will change the schedule by and by In fact the passing of the old year the coming of the new one can not 1fail to impress the thoughtful mind that time and tide wait for noone 7that we are all r moving cn to boundless eternity dropping as it were over they t precipice as the days come and r go and therefore should impress the importance of a vigorous use of the active period of life To do good should be the main 1 prompting and to accomplish this does not always require a sacri flee That honest living and a square deal are necessary for permanent profit and advance s ment need not be questioned acid good words for Ybur fel lows your country and town much less expensive than cen c sure and criticism Thus believz t JgThe vT News will continue to give the good as a matter of oice to publish the tad only j J wnefuU1aVOldaoe4t r 2ritflt jr t 1r b it t1rj knY1 a 5 N j f ir IklJ 3fi j f J il If The Ohio riverwas frozen over practicI theotheri Gov Noel of Mississippi ap pointed Col James Gordon as United States Senator from said State to succeed Senator A J McLaurin who died two weeks ago MrWm Williams an aged minister o f Elmore township Ind and his wife were found dead In their home one morning last week Poisoned was the Coronerlat A letter demanding 5OQO ransom ef t for the return of Alma Kell theI1came from some point in Ohio Frank Fehr left Louisville im ofIthe letter for Chicago to arrange with detectives for an investigation IThe Kentucky Press Association met in Lexington last week where they were wined and dined and engaged in a general good time President J 1C Patter son of the Kentucky Univerity delivered the address of wet come and a number of interesting papers were read by mem bers of the Association nj will be a scramble lor minor positions in both the upper and lower branches but it Is almost certain that Hon George Wilson of Union county will receive the caucus nomination for Speaker of the House A great deal of business has been mapped out for the session but neither bpdy will get down to hard work for a week or ten days j The newspaper fraternity of Kentucky tips its hat to the Louisville Tim stast Friday that pub1tcatioi Jsent outq the largest the neatest and most 1n teresting paper ever mailed from the city of Louisville It con t aided one hundred and eight pages of intesestirig write ups besides all the latest news of the day There was one page of Kentucky beauties handsome young ladiesand the illustra tions throughout the paper were skillkully executed It was a pIanniversary of the best and most reliable afternoon paper published South of the Ohio river Long live the Times and every body connected with it Handsomely Remembered Editor of the News i I want to say through the columns of your paper that I have been remembered this Christmas I have something to say and I do not see why I should not say it just here- MrC H McMullan my noble soninlaw has on every ChristI mas for the past fifteen years sent me a box or barrel full of good things toeat and nice and useful things A large ChristI mas fruit cake is sent every year to us and figs rasins banannas dates grapes fine apples lemons ten oforanges pounes french candies a large caromel cake ten pounds all kinds nuts forty different kinds of nice presents such as napkins doilies handkerchiefs and other things too numerous to name Our boxes came from LexingtonKen tucky one from Blackwell Oklahoma and one from Kansas City and oh a nice present from Mrs Bettie Butler of Columbia Christmas is a fine time for young and old and may the message of Christmas remind alii that Christ was born on Christ mas day and that the Angels are still singing to all who care to listen Christmas day is the best day of all for it was on that day that its founder Christ- himself saw the light ofday up on this earthRNew Years Day will soon be here that day pinew and good resolutions Mr McMullans kindness and withba joyous satisfaction and grati tude the depths of which is far beyond the power of this feeble pencil of mine to express and we want to thank all over and over with a pressed down and l urniingpverimeasureo Hoping all had a merry Christ mas and wish you many happy New YearsMrs Nancy Duvall Cane Valley Ky a LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock Ship1st rICATTLE 575 Beef steers 375450 jatheifers and cows 300350 Cutters i ir V330350 rCanners lbo20Q jBuiiSic msttKa ffKirRQ 3 75 Feeders 425475 Stockers J 225340 Choice tows 35 004500 Common to fair cows 10002000 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 855 Mediums 130 to 165 8308 4- 5SPigs i 725745 Roughs 815 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 57-5650Culls 300400 Fatsheep 350400 r Columbia Market POULTRY Eggs 26 Trukeysr 14 Chickens 10 Ducks 08 GRAINJ Wheat 100 CornI tJI Program The Adair Coufity Medical Society will metin Columbia on Thursday January 13 1910 with the following programMalaria Williams Blair cartlwrightThe Health of Adair county in 1909 U L Taylor In view of the fact that tls the annual election a full attendance is ear nestly desired IProgram i J SINGERAUCTIONEER Will buy and sell anything under the Will arrange Private Sales are 1Sun tion If you have anything to dispose of drop me a postal and I will dr the rest Satisfaction guaranteed or no pay My specialty is MERCHANDISE J I GENERAL k t office 514 Woodland St Nalhv1l1 SIT enn- s t Is t t iaIIt fJ 1v f a f r jI jp r 1S1Ifkktt i7 i Li LL t V p WF Gartwright W R Grissom rJ L Taylor SPECIAL TIESI Dry Goes Notion Furniture JewelrY 1 Real Estate- y It If is rJ rPt-r Ji t X fi1 1 trt J t looooo +oooooo ooooooooooooiO 0- Mr Business ManS 8 00 t i l tfJ s 0 10 Are you aware of the fact that the citizens 0r8ofKentucky are sending out of the State iii orethn cash every twelve months for Life t01lJStlrilllce 1 9O Do you realize that the people of the 0South are paying to the Life Insurance Companies 0ofthe East more than 160000000 per annum for g 10thel Life Insurance 0 0IoSouthern States if we had one great Life Insurance 0o Company here in Kentucky sufficiently large to con tOt 0t10 7 In August 1909 several hundred of Ken i 0i0onytQIo0and promised to cooperate in every possible Ian 0i o neaiyiin building upthegreat Companyv 0 OcWe have already elected our officers and 0Directors They are the men who have so success 0 ofull operated the Citizens Life of Kentucky 00 4 JThe Citizens Life of Kentucky has made 0 aS0 shortjMmttr 0O = lY consolidate with the Citizens National giving us 0 S S3n nnh nrin nf inanrnn AA iR inrAA and an iny Rlyflooooooper annum s M iJ r 0 0e1 OI A 0Mr Investor t warI 0 0O j i 0 0oIta 0 to you know that a well managed Life o Insurance Company makes more money for its 0 0OJ 0Iffyou tie interestedin a propoSition ofc 6oCitizens National LiferI will take pleasure in giv 0 tQto0Oj 8 the Hancock Hotel fora short time and would be t 0 tiQr The National Life Insurance qoJ p r te l p ctI i t LL t ii ic i Q k t t 0 i j t JVlt t I r- J y tr l i tjvtx i2 J + ii 4 j F ft 3r 4rlt et y f or Ait i J JU i JiirJZ fOJi i1ii tJr tt I t t r t TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 PERSONAt UUtJt JtJUUt JI Mr JF Triplett Is on the sick list MrJ G Sublett was here from Cane Valley Monday Mrs NW Miller was quite sick sev eral days of last week Prof W M Wilson i Williamsburg Friday returnefromj Dr Jas Triplett was in Louisville a day or two of last week Dr S D Cr nsl1aw was laid up all last week with a severe coldjt David Ellis of Pellyton was 1aday or two the first of the week heref t Mr J Leslie Hale of Russell Springs I spent Sunday and Monday in Columbia I Mr T C Davidson who is in the revenue service is at home for a few days Mr and Mrs Hugh Noe and child ren returned from Springfied last Sat urdayt Mr ZM Strples has been confined to his home quite a sick man for the past ten days Mr Jo Hurt after a two weeks stay in Louisville returned home last Thurs day night Eld Z T Williams and wife spent the latter part of last week at their old j homeMontpelier Mr W E Eubank and son Ernest i I relajtivesI Walker a little son of Mr and Mrs Walker Bryant was quite sick several days of last week Miss Bettie Dohoney who has attending school at Bradfordsville reI turned home last veek Mr David L Vance and wife oft Roachville spent last Tuesday with Mr and Mrs J PvHutchison Miss Lizzie Feese of this office and r sister Miss Mary are spending a week in Danville and Winchester Miss Bess Rowe who has been on an extended visit to relatives and friends in Texas returned home last week Messrs A G and H A Moss of Gre n burg were here the latter part of last week visiting their brother JudgeN H Moss Mr W D King who spent two weeks very pleasantly with his friends at home left for Louisville last Thurs day morningIToria were in Columbia last shopping They made the FridayI sleigh Mr Jas Garnett wife and daught erviliss Frances are spending a week with Rev J P Scruggs and wife Mid way Ky Mr A D Purdy and wife of Brad fordsville are visiting Mrs Purdys mother Mrs Nona Dohoney who is quite sick Mrs Margaret Tucker is spending two weeks with her step daughter Mrs W C Brandon nee Miss Lucy Ewfng Earlington Ky Mr S D Barbee and his daughter J Miss Winnie returned from Princeton Ky last Saturday night They left Mr and Mrs Will Shipp well MiSs Martha Myers of Verona Ky arrived Saturday night and has taken Mrs Grays place as teacher in the Graded school sickness in Mrs Grays home compelling her to resign Mr Jesse L Murrell son of Mr Howard Murrell who spent Christmas with his parents left Monday to re enter Beria College He was accom panied by his brother Anderson who will also enter College Miss Pearl Breeding one of Adair countys best young ladies and who is a teacher of experience left for Win der Ga last Friday morning having accepted the principalship of a school in that city We take pleasured corn mending Miss Pearl to her new made Georgia friends a a young lady worthy of confidence and esteem ADDITIONAL LOCALS Miss Dimple Conover entertained a few friends in a handsomg manner last Thursday evening Sandusky Co want your small poplar logs for columns 82t pWalter S Sinclair Mont Cravens W H KempC C Roe T R Stults Supervisors are now going over As V sessprs book for 1909 Rev R L Talley will assist the past tor in a series of meetings to commence atiMt Carmel Church this Wednesday night f Dtihi fail to take advantage of the very libtraLoffer for the Daily Courier Journal thr e mOnths and The Adair C1Y Nwa One year for 175- f ypo jM d DVM Lumber call on Iiak cc 82t 4frPdb What Will You Do What will you do with the New Year The queston is asked to day To you who are traveling onward To the land that is far away rtThe old year is gone forever f f It has bid you a last adieu Oh children dear consider x A What will you do with tne N fr Do ysu wish for a happy lsTewYear Without one anxious care Then turn to the face of Jesus V Lift up your soul in prayer Trust yourself to His keeping Follow Him as your guide Willingly work in His vineyard Closor press to His side Do you wish for a holy New Year A Then sit at the Masters feet And ask for his holy spirit n To guide your faltering feet Then resting upon His promise Without a doubt or fear You may step out with gladness Into the fair New Year 1By A C Wheeler Jr Sandusky Co The Plaining Mil people have what you need if you want to build or repair f 82t All parties owing me notes or accounts now due are requested to call and settle as I must wind up my busi ness A call will save me dunning you personally This means you if you owe me no one excused W L Walker If there were families in Adair coun ty last week who had not provided plenty of wood they were Certainly in an uncomfortable situation The mer cury was several degrees below zero and the wind high and piercing Stock not wellhoused also suffered There has been a change in the Board of Trustees for the Graded School Mr Gordon Montgomery having been elected County Attorney resigned his membership and Mr Frank Sinclair was appointed in his stead Mr Mcnt gomery was the Chairman of the board and Mr M Cravens now fills that po sition See Sandusky Co for dry dressed Lumber 82t Mr J Leslie Hale who has been conducting a school at Esto gave a very enjoyable entertainment and Christmas tree on Christmaseye It was well attended and all present pro nounced it quite a success and are proud of the recorder Hale Las made during the past session We were sorry to learri of a serious accident whichhappened to our friend Mr James Cole of Bakerton On the 18th of December he was thrown from his buggy receiving a severe cut on the head and his body considerably bruised He was confined to his room for a week or two butjat thisltime he has almost recovered We hope to see him in the News office in the near future 3aBCJOOOO I I h I INSURE a v I ti Prof W B Sherrill head of the de partmentjof mathematics in the Qwens boro HighftSchool Owensboro Ky visited his parents at Knifley during the holidays Prpf Sherrill after graduating at the State Normal in the State Diploma Course and also with the degree of B Swas called to the principalship of the Munfordville Grad ed School but resigned to accept the position which he now holds During the summer he attended the Anniver sary of Chicago for three months doing special work in mathematics Prof Sherrill is making good in the world and we are proud of him Making LifeSafer Everywhere life is being made mOle safe through the work of Dr Kins New Life Pills in Constipation Billious ness Dyspepsia Indigestion Liver troubles Kidney Diseases and Bowe Disorders Theyre easy but sure and perfectly build up the health 25c at Paull Drug Co It affords us pleasure to call attention to the advertisement of MrG P Smythe elsewhere found in this issue He has opened up a real estate office and has some valuable and desirable places for sale Mr Smythe is an upright honest gentleman and any party doing business with him need not feel that a skin game is on hand His Iork- is to faring the buyer and seller together to find homes for those who seek them and to give the desired service to those who want to selL A seal es tatem an is badly needed in Columbia and Adair county and we are glad to that MrSmytbehas decided tbjtake up this work Resdlii d T 4 11 o J bji14 4 AF i1 rJi i f Miss Jennie McFarland has accepted a positions a s a saleslady in H B In gram Sons store There is not a- more popular younglady in Columbia and her employers made no mistake in securing her services She is full of greatiinvites her friends to call Breeding Lodge elected as follows Finis Strange Master J E FRoeSW A F Roe j w r C 0 Roe Sec G G Campbell SD A X W Scott J D G W Curry S T s J B Brake Chaplain R Wrechecl Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles Theres no need to Listen M suf fered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh of Silver City N C till I got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains yanish before it 25c at Paull Drug Co We can send the Daily Courier Journal three months and the Adair County News one year for 175 We can take subscriptions at this price during the months of January February and March but the proposition does not hold good after March The regular price of the Courier Journal is 150 for three months If you want to keep in touch with the proceedings at Frank fort this winter send us 175 and re ceive the Daily CourierJournal three months and The Adair ounty News one year In another column will be found the advertisement of Sandusky and Company This firm is composed of up right honest competent men who not only know their business but who are prepared to do the work in the line advertised to the full satisfaction of every customer Their plant fixtures and stock of material would be a credit to any town four times the size of Colupft bia and since the expense of uptodate machinery is heavy they seek business from a distance as well as from this section Read their ad A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger suffering often death to thousands who take colds coughs and lagrippethat terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals are stuff ed up nostrils lower part of nose sore chills and fever pain in back of head and a throatgripping cough When Grip attacks as you value your life donf delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Va1j ley Miss after being laid up thr e l weeks with Grip For sore lungs Hemorrages Coughs Colds Whooping Bronchitis Asthma its SIP tfPaullfmOf3aOaE3aCJBDHonE3E il Barns1Yom iliAgaiTMurreirMOIcrl aE3 E oa 3 Rowena We are having plenty of snow and ice v The Xmas tree at Beech Grove was largely attended and all re port a nice1 quiet time IMr L C Smith and family of Creek visited the family of J D McFarland last week Messrs K S Lester T P Stephenson Bill Ikeand John Story left last Wednesday for Georgia where they have posi tions They have the best wishes of their friends for their success Miss Huida McFarland who is attending school at the L WVT S spent last week at hom Mr J M Vaughan of Burn side visited his brother Mr J D Vaughan a few days of last week Misses Fay Williams Flay and Martha Beck visited Miss Ova lene Humble last Saturday and Sunday Prof W I L StearplaIi of Albany passed through here last Sunday gnroute faJiis Itomelafc f i tt t Atrz4 t7tbr i JrFJtf i K fd t tJt il4 f is lrF Jif t o==z OOZOOO10 LindseyWEson Training School 0 ASafe Place To Put Your Children I I 6000 SIX THOUSAND DOLLARS 6000II I SPENT LN IPROVEMTTS TillS PALL UNew annex to Girls Hall consisting of new dining hall andadditional boarding rooms Boys Hallre ceied and refioored over deadening felt New furnaces installed in all boarding halls Preparation of Teacher or Normal a Specialty iO 1910Write o OilOc OCn=ICJ oro irATTE NTION I i TJleRirmpf W F Jeffries Sons wii continue tj the same as in the pa t and the courtesies here 11 c1o= fore extended Will be cheerfully carried out j t The outstanding business will necessarily have ttobe settled therefore all persons indebted to the firm are revuested tp call and pay Until 1 1r the old business Is closed up we will be compelled 1 i to sell for cash The undersigned are fifor past favors promieing to do their best to 1II- i please In the future f J I IIIt MORACE JEFFRIES TJB JEFFRIES w J t jAREYOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR I If so we can furnish anything you may ineed in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = i 4 1 r ing Sash POOES and Blinds Columns4 t Sidingt i 4ingis manufactured from Dry Lumber 4Wecan furnish any material needed in W our line and keep the largest and bestt W assorted stoclc of Finishing Material of 4j anyfirm In this section of the State Phone 44 4 STJIsTDTJSEY OOMPANYCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4 8 4 Miss Lela McFtr1andvisited Miss Lora Carnes at Sewellton last week Chester Stephenson met with a very serious accident a few days ago He was Tiding horseback the horse fell down throw ing him off and injuring him severely He is getting along nicely at this writing Saved at DcathsDoorf to1openBridge N Y when his life Was won derfully saved I Was in a dreadful condition he writes cny skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tonguq coated emaciated from losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Vir ulcntrliver trouble pullingrne down to death in spite of doctors Then sthat matchless medicine Electric Bitters cure me I regained the 140 pound 1otimd now ti1 well d strong rpr all stomach liyer and kidney troubJ i thcyre suprehSr SOc at punvrugC i tr4t J iJf I tf i I4 IikJcPii 1AI t V V VV st i i V k l1 It lt1 11 f i1 iz- i5Iit I f I7i 7j v1 Now is the time to tak- eSHORTHAND fE BOOKKEEPING E I TELEGRAPHY vv t EV7I growing standing Secures potiti n57i K L Cheap board Located ina beautiful city near Mammoth Cavefi Come Jan 4or any time iE BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNlVERSITYtINCORPORATED 5 BOWLING GREEN i KENTUCKYE k J I a W V 7i IVI J I 7i 71 1 I N7K NoticetoSolditrsi =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 nowHvirig and for the eirs of those who are dead It doesnt matter whether they sent a substitute P1paid the O commutation it will be o the interest of such soldiers or their heirs ftnt7be dead to call at my flSctrin Colombia G PvSviytkc fi 1Iljr ti th y f 1 if 1 5 1 y jil The week of prayer is in progress and the meetings will e held from Church to Church concluding next Frida3inight Everybody in Columbia is cor dially invited to be present each even ing tThe Gradyville correspondent gives ofMr rpr 1S Mrs L p Hurt eitertajneda un l tierf yQ 5pople last Wedned 0 evining All preMI1t u tIM bdnC delichtNIt t 1 1 rU tLrtir cI f ij a fl irr I ito s tYf r 7 o1 ti tr r rr I i t 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS lI v 1 I v w V I i 1v w- s v ifI 7K i7i 7ii 7 7 7j7i t I ire iii m 7 in 7 7i7 I 71Crv- I WELLENDllRFw rif 1 RATEDrN Il f Successors to Hubbuch Bros 5d 1UAn Old Firm in aNew Garb I ir nj I i 7i We are the same people as strong as ever before The same v 7i 2 strong management the same reliable business methods are the pil Ix lars of all our transactions Your needs in v 7i 7j v r v 51 sCARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FINE j WALL 51 vPAPS IKWill be taken care of in the consciencious manner as ever before VI xi Jn ft 1 HUBBUCH BROS c n v uc522522 W MARKET ST i 7- rv iv v v V V w v Ali iii ai lww ti Ali vw 1 viSri Sri w Vl IR 7 7 iiil 7 7tS 7K n f n 7i mi1 7t jC m7r ON BEFORE bee 24 Gauge Gavamzed Combined Cleat Cap Roofing put like tin roof thout any sails posed end letter than any rin roof will last life time wal paintinj We carry stock V Crimp and Corrugated lion Roo ravel Rubber and all kircs Paper roofing Dehiet Bros Ii blanket Bet BjtOc IRON WAGON BothPhonesLt rUiwi Pros COCKE Pres DIETZMAN Sec ftyne Mill Supply to I 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 Ml ULt f CQACHirilSTS ISxDEALERS IN GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS THIlTeei TttM IN LOUlSlILLS SMOKESTACKS rShvet iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED r oQ 61 PRICES a ROOFING I iOU BUY J I our in I on e is I e It a o tf in J nj C 9 116 St 1st k e 0 c N E HARDWARE Cutlery Guns I MATERIAL J I E J R WRIGHTS v u I h AU Kinds of Machinery Repaired s s L D BLINDS ObR LLti1Te ESTABLISHED 130 NNN ON K oN N NNp Sash Doors Blinds s Mouldings Columns Porch Material 2e Stair Work t iv1 Largest Wholesale Sasi and Door House 4 in the South 1 d I Send your orders to us for prompt shipment 4and good go ds Tf We appreciate them KHPHf s CO i- rNicarr 211215 E Main Street e RATED LOUISVILLE KYts e 4ee + 4 e e winI 1 v etc Fifth Avenue Hotel 8 7i PIKE CAMPBELL MGR V V Refurnished Redecorated ande tn modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu Q lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale ve and Retail Districts Churches and v r Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE I BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS LouisvillelFFIFTH Kentucky r 17I 7iI 71 7f7I 7r 71 tTheAdairCountyNe s and CourieNaurnal 4i lOne Year for j ti r rJiiJif q a r JttJf 1 1 t WIr f fIr ft t rr f J f J IJ J i hj J c Selfishness is Suicida who lives for self suffPi s muche accomplishes little and dies a failure but he who be comes r regenerate and lives 10 serve has found the secret ot ulsgrowth and eternal e iBrother what are you doing for your age and generation Are you lifted or a leader A I booster or a kicker Does the sun shine brighter where you go or do you cast a shadow on the earth Do you stand for clean EI living clean business clean offi tsars and clean government Is your influence always on the side that makes for righteousness and nrlr follow your example are theyon the safe way to noble manhood I and womanhood Have you the sort control essential for the highest success Do you direct your forces to the highest use and spending your money and substance where they will dp theN most nevebr know they might have been Some are spending more on tobac edaucation and religion Some have moenopolies than they have to feed the hungry ciothe the naked or protect the weak Some even who have professed Christ are far more interested in commer cialism than they are in Christ- Ij ism f e Farm Notes Plow the garden this fallr Potato growing is improving more profitable Save seed from the best pump kins and squashes Sort out seed potatoes from most productive hills Discard sweet corn for seed if it shows a trace of field corn Beets that have taken second growth are spoiled for the table Better apply manure to the gar den now that to wait until spring Leave the cabbages in the field until c old weather absolutely compels removal They will keep better there than anywhere else When it comes to hauling ma pure you cannot afford to do it in any other way than with a spread couldSNew varieties of potatoes are propagated by plantingthe seed found in the potato balls They inIIcreaseplanting We always lay in a good supply of cotton gloves early in the fall They are handy to chore i andcheaper to wear when husk ing than to take all the wear an tear on the bare hands Law7rThe farmers in Franklin and adjoining counties are up in arms thre present game law and will every endeavor to have the comI r1ng Legislature amend it so as to ndo away with present conditions The present law provides tha rabbits cannot be shot before November 15 just the sarnie as birds but it permits rabbits to be trappped or snared Since the law went into effect hu dreds of traps and deadf ails have been set in every commuiii ty8ndmanyatrapperhascaughtas in a single night in these dead falls As a consequence the5i i t Ji i r i1P j J markets have been floodedwith rabbits for two years hut now 4 the supply has been exhausted and there are scarcely any rabbits left in this section of the country This however isnot main reason why the farmers are objecting to the working of the present rave ThY say the extermination of the rabbits is as small platter compared to the immense number of chickens tur keys and ducks that are killed every night this time of the year by the deadfalls that are set for rabbits A farmer from Shelby county who was in Frankfort said he had lost thirtyseven turk eysand twice that many chickens this fall in these deadfalls that had been set by the rabbit trappers in his neighborhood and that he had appealed to his member of the Legislature to have the law amended in some way that would stop this wholesale destruction of property Farmers from other connties in this section report the same conditions and all say they want the Legislature to do something this winter to protect the poultry and rabbits from extermination Frankfort News Hints for Stock Owners Never feed corn alone to hogs It is fa se economy Carelessness in handling pigs is a bad habit to acqure Even on cold days hogs shoul have plenty of good fresh air The idea that anything is good enough for a pig is a mistaken oneSome cornstalks may be fed to the porkers every day They are sweet and do the hogs good Some farmers sell their corn she lied and others dispose of it in the ear but western farmers find it most profiableto sell it in the hog Nowadays draft horses must be matched to sell well Choose for the breeding mare a solid color dark bay black or chestnutIn where colts run out the year around the mature horses have much stronger legs Horses of color and with peculiar markings never sell so wel- as those of solid colors besides they are more difficult to watch Look out for bad habits in your colts It is so much easier to keek them out than it is to ge ridof them if they once 0Lhold on the young horse All good farmers watch the condition of their colts when put into winter quarters A colt al lowed to lose its colt flesh an nbecome chin will never mak growdThe best feeds are Clover hay a mixture of oats wheat bran linseedmeal and roots The sheep barn must be dr and well ventilated Foul odors and too much heat J bring on pneumonia All straw stalks etc used for litter in the sheep barn should int crease the power of absorption- A juicy wat her hung up in a cold dry place willPrQvide choice dinner for the family un forgen burt ter with it Thenice ewe is just as nice forthse 1anwho tikes the looks of her to buy Unless 9uc eoVert l 0fi IA 1 rr r1 r J I r stocked keep her and if ouare better sell some other sheep A good rack for feeding sheepII can be made by almost any sen sible fai mer About all thatr needed is a support for the h ISI so- that it shall not fall to fh ground and be wasted and also he handy for the sheep to get A temper under control is itII invaluable asset to a man ployed in handling cows emI Warmth is half the feed for cows and remember that foal air does not keep an animal warm Every cow should be brushed thoroughly each day Keepiti- the skin clean and active is con ducive to health Make up your mind that you rbstunt ed this WInter Keep them growing bettyJr cows and better cows are what we are all working for It is much better andcleaner not to wipe dairy utensils with a cloth no matter how white it may be li the cleansing water is plentiful and hot the vessels ry much more healthfully without wiping Tnere is no danger of over stocking the dairy cow market so long as thesystematic robbing of the herds by the disposal of the calves continues When cow sell for from 50 to 70 at public hurryda head From January Farm Journal Tramps Honesty Rewarded The door of the Central police station opened last night at about 8 oclock and with gust of Arctic wind there entered a footsore and weary traveler who that he be given a nights lod gI jog The city does not run a rootinghouse at the police sta tions but it is seldom that a shivering bedseeker is turned out into the icy blasts However the officers at Central station were not very favorably impress ed with their guest last night and began to question him closely Well Capt he said finally 1am just all in down and out I have tried hard to make her but somehow she just wont have walked all the way from Tennessee in search of a job an andtwant a place to sleep where 1 know that icicles wont be hang ing1Justfellow I will give you this to ke youdme stay re eHe handed the little gold lock et to Lieut McElliot who began to admire its beauty of design J and workmanship Lets see itsaid Lieut Reese brother of Capt Reese yof the No 5 hook and ladder company it may be mine That is just why I am not go ing to let you get your hands on it T know that you will claim it as your own- However the little charm was finally passed around for the in spection of the officers and when it came to Lieut Reese he at once recognized the initials on it as those of ills brother the fireman and on the inside found the pic a ture of his mother and his broth ers wife Capk Reese had lost the locket Thursday night while making a runilafire on Mam street be t4 Ii 4 A f t x LL N TimeCard tF In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND LIiBAloNio23815 am 1004 am l o 79503 pm 74U pm Q218OOprn 1080 fro pmeIN0RTH BOUND AK LOUISVILLE o 548 am 750am 1015 am 1o78732atn 655 jiiu 815 pm 1015 am 92 and 93 areSunday trains only INos M KE H 1lW ffl CCllurwORE Prrop n r4 FirstClass Table f Good Sample Roome gFeed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGRftDYlILLe KY I hliwlII Special Aftrefin 1 Fus vistulo Pollevil Spavir or any suri ical work done at fair prices lamyell fixed to take care of stock Mon ly due when work is done or stock removed from stables STREETs LOCATION EO HUGHES RESIDENCE I 405aDr James TrirM Dentist I JEWRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK 2 r S Bunbar IDcn tier OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw fJf Will pradice in this and adjoinirig counties 1 KentuckyI BestdIts a womans delight to look her best but pimple skin eruptions sores and boils rob life of joy Listen Buck fens Arnica Salve cures them make skin soft and velvety It glorifies Ithe face Cures Pimples Sore Eyes Sores Cracked Lips Chapped Hands Try it Infallible for Piles 25c cot JjlPrtraetserfficCall Patter soldratheVrdtcI than o i ofbar Doaks olanems Thiaia oa QM of tJs ttyk aauruy 10011 Ma aen onof F uhlooJhaa nwOne w Illbecripdoan eotIt iattir EyeMcriIMr aeta a wa r 6 rA Free Subt Ibo Mar j uEnoIn4 Pzs luia eafja r+MC1L co ac le6 tween Fifth and Sixth streets and had abandoned all hope of ever finding it The hones t tramp Vas not on ly given as warm a bed as the Ponce could find butte price of warm supper Courier Jour nat e Sandusky Co want your small poplar logs for columps 2t see Swidusky 4k d for dry die Luliai rVVt 11 Tf r I t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSI JT I WornI1Women worn and tired from overwork need aP 1nic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will fe you of itself You should take Wine ofl Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have tried Card ui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them Try itdont experiment use this reliable ofttried medicine IAKECARDUIJ WomansI Tonic Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cardui and afterward wrote I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep had shortness of breath tryingCarduiTry Cardui Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES Amandaville E litor News I am a little girl 10 years old intyour paper as my a subscriber for 12 years and all yourlpaperseems like we couldnt do without ic Our school was out the 23rd of December My little sister Myr tie and little brother Ryman andmyself all went every day and rode one little gray horse Guess he got awfully tired We live 3 mile from our school house We certainly had a good teacher Her name is Miss Dollie Allen of Lawsonsbottom Mis Dollie was 1such an affectionate teacher All the pupils loved her We had quite a nice time the last day She treated us on candy and quite a nice lot of presents were given us I have a brother 14 years old l who is attending school at Burks yule He is getting along nicely and is in the 7th grade He is uslnow says they are having a good school and they are expecting a larger attendance after Xmas Hoping my lettler will escape the waste basket will close Ruie Fern Sharp Week of Prayer Sunday Jan 2The Presbyterian Church Topic The Bible and Need for Its Systematic Study LeadersRev- R L Tally and Dr U L Taylor Monday Jan 3The Methodist Church Topic Gods Faithfulness kkMans Responsibility LeadersEld- Z T Williams and Judge H C Baker Tuesday Jan 4The Baptist Church Topic Home and Foreign Missions LeadersRev J A Johnson and Gov J R Hindman Wednesday Jan 5The Christian Church Topic IntemperanceIn Its Relation to Local Condition Leaders Rev J R Crawford and Hon F R WinfreyThursday Jan 6The Presbyterian Church Topic The Family and School LeadearsHon Paul Smith and Prof R R Mos- sFridayJan7Thef Methodist Church Topic The Signsof Times Leaders Rev F J Barger and Rev JRCrawford It is suggested by the minister that each evenings service shall begin at 7 oclock pm sharp that 30 minutes be given to the leaders of topic and that remainder of hour be given to prayer song and five minutes talkes It is further requested that officials in ttcharge of tHe several church houses see to it that houses are thoroughly corn q1fortable at the hour of opening the SerYICeS t Ella confinedtoMrs Sarah Abrell and daughter were visiting her mother Mrs Margaret Williams Xmas day i r cf Ns Mr N B Dillingham has moved to Neatsburg IMr Logan Winfrey gave the young folks a party last Saturday night All report a nice timeLizzie Abrell was visiting her cousin Miss Matra Dillingham last week Mr George Williams andwife were visiting Mr T W Bryants at Sano one day last week Mr S L Williams and Mr J B Piles made a special trip to Russell county last week 1M Allen Adley and sister moved to be Abrelis farm Miss Ella Pike and sister were visiting the family of J B Ab rell one day last weeK Mrs Mag Perryman who has been sick for some time fs slow ly improvingMiss Piles and Miss Etual Williams were visiting at Mr Jimmie Piles one nightast week Miss Pearl Williams visited Lizzie Abrell one night last week Mrs Nannie Essum visited Mrs Maud Tarter one day last week rCorn Supplements and Substitutes tThe proper supplementary feeds which balance corn in a ration not only enables the hog to show better results in fattening but they also make possible a more economical ration Feeding a hog on corn alone whatever the form is a false economy by which the feeder cheats both himself and the hog In natural supplements are those which furnish protein and min eral matter and if not easily available on the farm are usually purchasable so as to be used at a profit Some such as clover alfalfa aretunquestioned to their desira ble qualities and others such as the prepared meat scraps from the great packing houses and kndwn by their trade names of meat meal or tankage have rapidly come in favor for the large amount of protein they sup ply The ash or mineral matter of the corn grain is considered indigestible for swine and the absence of mineral matter im pairs the nutritive process and injures the structure yet it is neither difficult nor expensive to supply hogs with ashes salt Coal charcoal or charred cobs as correctives with corn Rrom Gobunfs Swine in America Sr1r wt- I Fellyioa Mr JM Campbell wife and on Robert are visiting at Mr Jhddie Overstreets in Casey county Mr Stanley Wilkinson and Mr Theo Lemon of Taylor county are visiting relatives at this place Mr George Prindfe an agea and respectable citizen of this plaee died December 18th Mr Marvin Perryman who it a student of the L W T S ib spending the Christmas holiday with his parents here Mr J M Hill of LaFallette Tenn and Mrs Susie Zearbaugh of this place were married a Jampbellsville last Tuesday They are both very popular ant their many friends wish them long and happy life McGaha Christmas passed off verb quietly here Mrs Joe McGaha who has been in very poor health for some time is no better Born to the wife of Zach Rooks Dec 21st a son Corn is selling at 100 per bushel at this place- J J Neat sold his half interest in the store at this place to his partner Frank Burton last weekJ Burton and family have returned from Kansas where they went a few months ago Rubin Floyd and family have moved to this place from Rus sell county Henry Powells house was con sumed by fire about 12 oClock on Dec 23rd Part of his house hold goods were saved No in surance We are going to have a sub scription school here It will begin the 1st of January Rev 1 M Grimsley will teach it He comes well recommended Basil Born to the wife of Alvin Coomer Dec 11 a daughter Mesdames Gowens and Payne made a flying trip to Bridgport one day last week Misses Zora Monday Emma Price Flossie and Effie Coomer spent last Monday at C P Coom ers Miss Daisy Yarberry who spent several days in this com munity has returned home Mrs Mintie Coomer of this place spent several days of last weekwith her mother Mrs JP Dickson of Weed who has been quite sick for some time The family reunion at L J Coomers Xmas day was very pleasantly spent by all those present were C P roomer and family A J Coomer and family J D Dickson and family Zy P Bennett and WillisrKeltner and family Mr June Nelson and J W Viers of Illinois are visiting rela tives in this community- Mr Claud Harper who is visiting his parents at this place has been confined to his room for several days with lagrippe Mr H W Coomer bought a nice YOKe of oxen fromSR Walker fdr 70 Mr Powers of Louisville who has been helping Coomer and Taylor prize tobacco returned home toispenclsthe holidays i i t f j1ll s J The protracted meeting that was carried on by Rev L F withIseveral family have recently moved andIour community we certainly I5lad to have such an family living in our estimableI ind bid them Gods I IDeath of Judge R B Dohoney i thave just learned of the de th1 i Judge Dohoney He was my i most intimate companion in my boyhood days and I feel a per i sonal bereavement in his death Judge Dohoney was one of the est men I ever knew a IYorei honest a more conscientious man than he could not be found He vas genuine through and through No man hatedshams j nore than he he was a lawyer i y profession and agood one Head an equitable mind and when younger did a largepractice His education was far beyond his generation He was educated largely by Dr John L McKee at the Male and Female High School at Columbia Kentucky He was several times elected Judge of Metcalfe county where he resided for many years and many of the residents of that day were proud to say that Judge j Dohoney was the best Judge the County had ever had Judge Dohoney had a strong and well cultivated mind but he was a modest home man He loved his wife his children and his home He niarried Fannie Ponidexter of Texas whose brother Judge Ponidexter is now a prominent candidate for Governor of that State Two of his children preceded him to the grave adaughter and a son the IRon being a promising lawyer His wife a cultivated intellectual woman survives him together with two daughter accomplished women married to two most successful business men of Barren county Judge Dohoney was an origi nal character with a strongwill the ideas he had were his own and he kept them He could not be severed from what he believed was right he never went with the populace was never carried is from his feet by any excitement Take him all in menuhad more good qualities aid his friends will agree with me that we have lost a true friend and a noble man J R Hindmang Keilner Mystery Deep As Ever Louisville Ky Dec 28Ih- ave not received a wordabout Alma said Fred F Keilner father of the missing child yes terday afternoon and we areas much in the dark now asw three weeks after she left home toat tend mass at St Josephs church What has become of her we doI not know and where or how to get her back I cannot tell Mrs Keilner is overcome with grief and I do not know what will hapC a pen if this thing continues much longer n As on Christmas day there r were a number of callers at thet Kellner old home but Mr Mrs Keilner only received them closest friends The telephone bell has been ringing constantly dnring tQlidaysandhundredsb of anxious are fa personal matter to inquire about the little gIrltMajBidgej Night Chief stated last night that the A9ricepare still x rr y t t f s 4 J odee OOOCJOOOvCX IOGOO OC00 oeeee o o s e Qe r WEEK Y I I GOURIRmeJOURNfLe HENRY WATTERSON EditorIIs a National Newspaper politics It prints all the news fear or favor The regular price vithoutIa year but you can get the i ANJBTHEHUUIR COURIERJOURNAL COUNTY NEWS I o IBOTII ONE YEARo I orit e 1 ifTn will giVf or send your order Ipdper not to tlle CourierJournal tolthISI IDailv Coun8 Journal YrS600 I Sunday CourierJournal Yr ooIWe CHTI give you a combination nr i rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write thIS paper 1 Xi i XiM iYiYti j at sea and although they are running down clews all of them appear to be worthless Capt Carney Chief of Detectives was busy on the case most of the day but said 1 sir work was in vain Fatal Lovers Quarrel Columbus 0 Dec 27Drunk and jealous Albert Walker aj cabinetmaker aged 25 at 730 tonight shot and killed Frieda Ludwig aged 20 then put the smoking pistol to his mouth pulled the trigger and died instant ly The tragedy was enacted in Walkers boading house in the presence of the family Walker and Miss Ludwig were to have been married yesterday but a few days ago the wedding was postponed until spring WalkerI said to have heard about his fiancee which made him insanely jealous and drunk deeply he havingI geance by the double Both came from Germany the irl three years ago and Walker four years ago Why Tney Were Selected It has been recorded that Gen eral Henry Knox in 1783 was the greatest of eleven distinguish ed officers of the army weighing 280 pounds Noah Brooks in his book entitled Henry Knox ives the following incident re to the generals full habit With a Captian Sargent hs was selected to present the hard case the starving and naked men Valley Forge to the attention of a committee of congress One of the congressmen wishing to his wit and sarcasm said he had never seen a fatter man than General Knox nor a better dressed man than his asso ciate Knox managed to keep his temper and remained silent ut his subordinate retorted The cqrpsot of respect to con ss and themselves have sent representatives the only man who had uIxrrfluousJleih rnhMbody and the i kt i t Lxr t 1 ll 1S only other man who possessed a complete suit of clothes Adulterated Food in Canada The people of Canada have a grievance against the United States But the remedy would landIby the inland revenue depart ment of the Dominion that adul terated food manufacturers are making the country a dumping ground for foods driven out of the United States by the pure food law In addition to the national enactment many States have legislated agajnst adulterated food products Every step taken here in this direction aggravates the the situation across the border for the manufacturer sets at once to work to sell his prohibit ed products there Out of 145 samples of ground cloves collect ed in various localities only sev entyfour were genuine Chicory and roasted grain are frequently found in coffee Native wines are sold as foreign brands The Canadians surely are entitled to sympathy and there may be gratification in this country at such evidence of the efficacy of its pure food legislation The importance of a variety of the properkind food for hens is not always understood Hens will lay and do very wellon wheat andclover alone but by no means their best A little green cut bone and Jean meat is very essential The food which produees the best results is gen erally the cheapest and its but little more trouble to make up a variety than to feed one thing week after week Rich Mens lifts Are Poor beside this I want to go on record as v saying that I regard Electric Bitters as 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 jubilanIMM SleepleMneM Melancholy Head DizzySpellsandskkWy Trjtbein BQC at PauU DrufGo f 7s Jtafi if 1 T7itS I 1jpv j Fs i f i ojj THE ADAIR COUNTYNEWS v J rahi r Gradyviile t f A happy New Year t to the Views forcer Jy i V v Plenty of cbldaweatlier and- y v ice r Mr Robert 0 Keltner is confined to his room with Pneumo nia fverat this time Miss Olga Hulse of Columbia spent a few days with Miss MolI lie Flowers of our city last week Mr and Mrs L C Hiiidman spentone day in Columbia las week Miss Eva Walker of Columbia V V spent a few days last week with her grandparents in our city Our mail failed to reach us from Edmonton a day or two last week on account of ice t Mr C 0 Moss was transacting business in Columbia last FridayMr Esco Reece of James hisjrelatives in our community last week MrJ M Wilson who l as been in delicate health for some time has not recovered sufficient ly to leave his room yet Miss Marry Caldwell and her brother Roe of Milltown spent a few pays her last week with their friends and relatives Mr Geo EL Nell is on the mar ket for a carload of hogs yat the market price Mr and Mrs W B Moore spent a day or so visiting their relatives in the Portland commu nity last week Mr and Mrs W W Yates who have been on the sick listI for a few weeks are improving r at this time Judge N H Moss of Colum bia was hereone day last week Mr Shelby Tarter and Mr COilden Wheelers residences are connected with the outside world by telephone rvMrsW L Grady was on the sick list a few days of last week V Mrs George H Nell and her son Guy spent a day or so vis Titing relatives at Portland last sweek rQur farmers have begun talk ing tobacco crops again We take it from their conversations about our store that their inten tions are for a larger crop this year than ever before f Mrs Ella Y Robertson on her return from Sabbath School last Sunday morning accidentlally re ceived a fall that has been giving her considerablepin sOl much that her physician was called in and on examination found no limbs broken but very bad sprain It will possibly be several days before she will be on the stage of action again Died on the 30th Mrs John H Holladay Mrs Holladay is a sister of Mrs C S Bell of our city Her husband is a well known school teacher She was sick only a few day with Pneu J monia fever She leaves a hus ban dan d several children two sisters onerbrotherand it j a host pf relatives and friends 4 to mourn their loss V Born to the wife of JFPenr dleton on the 26th a son Moth y er and child doing well RejR Crawford filled hil appointments at Union lastS turday and Sunday with very in 1 teretwng sermons J rf I hrrLi tf if r t tL Longstreet are having some extreme 1We weather just now We had a lively Christmas with this mother earth of ours dressed in her white shroud 4 People are enjoying reasonably good health at this time IMr Marion Wilson oft is place reports a sick child at his place f IBorn to the wife of Joe Cunningham a girl familytpassed here one day last week moving to their new home at Foothill Ky Mr Daniel Withers one of J H Smiths drivers while on his way to Russell Springs after a load of house plunder for Mr J A Wilson left his wagon and got in another wagon near W W Owens The team got into a trot going down a slant one of the mules slipped and fell under the tongue of the wagon the other dragging him some distance Mr Withers and the other driver succeeded in stopping the team and getting the mule up uninjured The boys are having a nice hunt through Christmas i Mr W Wr Owens Dallas Wade Frank Irvin and J w Bradley took a nice rabbit hunt one day last week and report a nice bunch of game and a fine time K Mr T J Foley and Miss Anj gilette PaS nore1w re united in matrimony one day last week We wish them much success through life Mr Uriafe Dunbar of Russell Springs was here one day last week Miss Sarah Robertson daughter of Mr J D Robertson was here one day last week Mr Buddie Rexroat of thisI place is just in from Illinoisio1 Mr Rexroat says itis sure cold there and a deep snow on when he left for this partrUncle Charlie Owens who has been a sufferer from a cancer on his foot says hE is improving slowly p Mr Dick Twyford of this place has excepted a job with the Danville Tobacco Company DanvilleVa Our school will be out Monday Jan 3 Mr Wade is a good teacher Mr J 0 Rexroat of this place had one of the best dogs that ever lived He left home the other day and is feared by Mr Rexroat he is dead from the best information we can get He was 20 years old Mr Rexroat says he would give five dollars to know of his whereabouts Mr 0 E Brown of this place is attending writing school at Clear Spring taughtbyProf F M Wilson Rev L B Burton is on the mail route again Mr Burton is a good mail boy Mell We are having thejcbldest weather Kentucky has experience for some years Wood getting and fire making is the chief occupation Xmas has come and game and has proven to be a record break er for cold weather d jnS the last decade islbui v 7 r 1iS j f t ht ayJ r b 4rJi t unsold inn this section at fair prIces On the 28th Mr and Mrs Charles Buckner celebrated their 50th anniversary golden wed ding Their children and many friends were there enjoyed the occasion very much Mrs C D Keltner of Boise Idaho is here visiting relatives- E B Dphoney and family of Buckner Ky are visiting their friends here IOn the 20 ult Mr Charlie and Miss Lee Moss were quitely married at the home of the bride Mr Geo Moss Rev E Scott officiated Their many friends wish them a happy pros perous life Farmers in this vicinity have about all sold and realized pro ceeds of their tobacco and are looking out preparing for another crop R G Dohonejr has just rented his farm in Texas for 270 cash rent Owensby The health of this community is very good at present Born to the wife of Mr Jim jDunbar Nov 28 a seven pound b yri 0 The Christmas tree at Esto was largely attended notwithstanding the bade weather Our school at this place closed the 24th Miss Oaks taught us a fine schooL Mrs Alice and Maud Oaks re cently visit d Valeria Grider Aunt Ann Bradford who lives near Columbia recently visited the family of H D Gaines A little child of Luther Mc Kinley died one night Jast week Mr Robert Murray recently lost a good mare She was thir tytwo years old the oldest horse ofr which we have any record in this section She was known as the Bill McKinley and James Mack Selby mare Mr Ernest Barger and wife visited at D Gv Grillers one night last week c r Clarence Helm has completed his new house and is now living in it Mr M L Owens our mer chant is the cleverest man lever isaw He just keeps a big fire and entertains us loafers Messrs Conda Cundiff and Levi Knight claim the cham pionship for bird hunters They went out hunting the some days ago the former Killing eight and the latter nine birds a shot Misses Mollie Martha and Pearl Murray visited the family 6i rM L Owens one night last week Uncle Sam Longs health is letter at this writing On Dec 26 Mr Cullen Hale and Miss Lena Oaks were happily married at the home of the rides parents Mr and Mrs James Oaks The bride sa charming young lady and will be greatly missed by the young peo ple of the community She being one of the countys best school achersof course is a lady of re finement and culture white the groom is a young man possessing andLmt a kng and happy life f A party was given at James Oaks Monday night in honor of Mr and Mrs Cullen Hale All t1 R9rtaJ11celjtne t t r 7 t t1fp r tpJ 1rt f tIr AVIS1 tr II find by reading the News that it strongly advocates the institution of a Lodge of the 1 00 F in Columbia You could not advocate any order to come IiIfriendrship love and truth When friendship is fully shown love is sure to follow when love is shown truth is sure to fUIIyll Think of the three noble grand words that constitutes odd thatIIS together by e great fire of Jehovah I have been a member of the order for quite GIa chartered member of Russell Springs Lodge No 180 was installed into office by the state grand master D L Louisville but since the lodgeI has been organized at Jamestown iI have moved my membership there I would urge the people and best citizens of Columbia to get a move on themselves and institute a Lodge of oddfellows in Columbia It will bean ornament to your town I for one am ready and willing to aid and help you all I can to woijk up a lodge in your town Think of what the order is doing over the world and also in Kentucky We number about 30 thousand In Kentucky We have one of the most beautiful homes at Lexington Ky for the widow and orphans where the wid ow is eared for and the orphan is kept in school and educated where nice men and women are made out of them We have two flourishing Lodge in Russell coun ty Russell Spring Lodge was installed May 6th 1906 Since that time there has been two froinlit Ii20thbership of 25 or 30 Also Faw bush Lodge No 371 instituted July 24 1909 has a membership of 30 or 35 Both Lodges are branches of Russell Springs Lodge and a strong lodge is still left at Russell Springs Now I would ask the good cit = zens of Columbia to wake up and go to work and institute a lodge of oddfellows at Columbia It will be an ornament to your town and I will assure you that the member of Jamestown Lodge and the good brothers of Russell Springs Lodge will do all they can to help organize a lodge at Columbia Now go to work and get she balltorolling at Columbia Hoping to hear from some one else on this subject I will ring off Yours for Friendship Love and Truth Sylvester Harris DDGM Rowes Cross Roads This is the last to the News for this year so I wish the News family a happy New Year May the News live long and domuchJ good in building up this part of the country We have a good rabbit tide and the boys are making good use fit x Christmas passed off the quiet est here for many years There was not much whisIcyaflfatthi i time No whisky no trouble Theory are a few men wip Will ipakfe whisky ant telkit to their Jji r tdj i1 fr r t r 1L fJ y J 1L J 6ioI I Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker BirdsellI flilburn WagonsAOliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows A car load of andII Will have the greatest and finest display tof Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green Sliver Country ready for Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station i on the 1L N R R Wood son LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders prom ply attended to I The Louisville Trust I t Company LOUISVILLE Organized under a special charter for the safe keeping o valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin trator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every pr si ion of trust that can be held by an individual It accepts and executes trusts of varied character and its fair impar tial and profitable management is guaranteed by its large assets its cor porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great nancial strength THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ONE DOLLAR A YEAR fellow man that are members of the church I dont think there is a Christian on earth that will make whisky and sell it to his fellow man when he daily sees r the results of it I dont think he would be willing to die in a stillhouseGeorge Collins was here last week trying to buy a few hogs lastrweekIEld Alexander Story has removed to Russell Springs He is going into the newspaper buisi nessMraBillWilburn and chil dren were visiting at Thomas Hadleys during Christmas time Oliver Haqley went to Clinton cpunfcy last week to visit his sis ter Mrs Sam ThUrman Mr CUllen Hale and Miss Lena Oaks were married last Sunday Dec 26th Eld Rue Grid officiated Boyi tftotftr jr eJtdis 1 IyIfMTv K viify r fcJf t t 1 Ififth heartened for Jim Oaks has eight more girls yet The Sunday School is getting along nicely at Oak Grove under the management of Thomas Had ley its present Superinten dent Paul Wolford has moved into his new house Paul is at home nowJohn Turner had some repairs made on his house last week An Important Notice Do you desire an education Would you take advantage of an opportunity Attend the Cane Valley High School f Spring term opens January 3th 1910 Rates of tuition 135 to 50per monthHigh School Course Normal Course Common School Course Specialatten tion given to boxrdingpups- Give us a trial and that child of yours a chance For further information address f 4R lYerr 6 tt Ca vnqK7 Itf 41t1f y4S r v 1t 1r 1MLrl f