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WX TIiiiLJ4LP I t t il Lt b11tir untI c = b I i YOLUMFXIH COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1910 NUMBER i2 II NARROW ESCAPE tViJ Wilsons Store House Discov ered on Fire at 2 Oclock Monday Morning TIMELYWARNING SAVErTEBUliD1NG bjustfor Campbellsville several young men discovered that the store house of Mr W H Wilson in the west corner of the square was on fire The alarm was sounded and in a short time quite- a number of citizens were at the buildt ing The fire started on the inside in the southwest comer of the store and the flames had reached the second story in the millinery department of Mrs LV Atkins before relief cameo Everybody went to workandp in a short time the flames were extinguished Had it not been for the stage leaving parties being up the Wilson building Paulls drug store and the store house occupied by Charly Hutch ison and Young Bros would have went Mr Wilson thinks the origin of the fire was a match carried to some trashin the corner by rats He says it could not have been for robbery as nothing is missed from the store He also found that five dollars he left in the cash drawer the evening before had not been disturbed Mrs Atkins good were not damaged In the leasttPublic Sale Ori Saturday February 5th 1 will sell at public auction six yearling mules two mares and two fillies about30 barrels of corn 75 bushels of wheat cane and pea hay surry farm wagon and farming implements and many other articles not here mentioned At the same time and place Mr F T Smith will sell all of his household and kitchen furniture Sale will begin at 9 am at my late residence one mile from Columbia on Greensburg road 122t W T McFarlanji rMany this section thought that Uncle Jo Alexander whowas a leading hotel man in Louis ville for a quarter of a century was 4ead until last week His picture ape peared in the CourierJournal with a I column write up stating that he was withthe Little Sisters of the Poor and was in want Mayor Head stated that he would look after his comfort Mr Alexander was born and reared at Burksville andat one time was irt comfortable circumstances A remittance from this town for his benefit was sentto the Mayor of Lduisyille the dafter the article1 appeared in the Cour ier Journal If friends over the State will do likewise they wouldnot miss the donations and ah old man and friend they knew in his palmy days would be relieved Cat thy bread upon thekwaters and after many days it will re turn unto thee It is scarcely worth while to speak of the bad condition of the public highways When weeks of good weather comes7 we urge the working of the roads but our notices are not heeded and when bad weather makes itsapt pearance they can not be worked and thus you have it Like the Arkansas Traveler who had no roof on his housef When it was raining he could not cover itand when it was dry weather it did ant need it RevJR Crawford is delivering some able sermons at the Presbyterian cHurch and large congregations are at tending THis discourse last Sunday on The Operat ionof the Holy Spirit and the one Sunday night The Immortal ity of the Soul were logical and de livered in a most forceful and helpful Manner There will be preaching every Bight this week Every body is cordi ally invited to be present Mr W P Summers of this placed Ibought of Mr John A last- week the farm known as the PascalI Willis farm lying near Glenville Thea purchase price was thirty dollars per acre making the farm bring right at- 7OOOIt is a fine body of land one of the best farrris in that part of thelcpuntyi t A residence which was occupied byh Kr Frank Darnell and owned by E J Watkins was consumed by fire last Friday night All the household goods were burned except a few bed clothes Mr Darnell had been living i sj the house for about twenty years tCty B M Currie went to lit Car aul last Wednesday and assisted the x ipainder of the wetk in a meeting frlttcb waa begun by the paator W by EYMgal TaMy whoM tlj Yew T c 7 t ti1 t tl1 r t YI i v Thurton =Daugherty On Wednesday Jan 12th Miss Hazel tine Thurston of Creelsboro and Mr James A Daugherty of Bliss Okla drove over to Jamestown Ky and were married in the parlor of the Holt Hotel They were accompanied by Miss Ada Thurston only sister of the ride Miss Roxana Buck of Bud Messrs John W Daugherty and D L Conley6f Rankin On their return to the home of the rides parents in the evening a sump uous repast was served to a host of relatives and friends On riday they were honored with an exceedingly nice supper at the Lone of Mr Daughertys parents at Rankin Miss Thurston is the youngest daugh er qf Mr and Mrs J B Thurston of Creelsboro and is a very beautiful and lovable young lady having many friends who will sadly miss her though will be delighted to hear of her good selection f a partner Mr Daugherty is the youngest son of Mr and vdrs J W Daugherty of Rankin Ky having forthe past few years been in Oklahoma as chief foreman of the 101 ranch of Bliss Okla and is one of Wayne countys most highly respected and prosperous young men of whom Wayne should be very proud The happy couple will leave soon for their home in Oklahoma with the best wishes of their many friends First National Elects Tuesday oflast week the First Na Bank of this place elected the following officers for the ensuing year Braxton Massie President H N Miller Vice President E H Hughes Cashier Bruce Montgomery Asst Cashier The Directors are as follows Braxton Massie H N Millert i vi Z T Williams L v J P Beard Vf J wJA M Mercer Notice to Women of Adair ounty If you or any of your friends suffer from nervousness headache backacne desire to cry melancholy pelvic displacements leucorrhoea painful or irregular periods or any other disease peculiar to women please call or write me for a ten days treatment of Mrs Summers Famous Home Treatment which speedily cures allof these conditions at a small cost I have the agency ntyandIMrs Geo E Wilson a Columbia Kyv r t 55 Got Ten Years 1 Quite a scene was created in the courtroom last Saturday forenoon Birdie Taylor a girl about sixteen years ld theprincipal witness against Heze iah Harmon charged with having carnally known he was on the witness stand She refused after repeatedef forts to Answer questions and Judge Carter ordered her to jail to be fed on bread and water until she was willing to testify The Judge also had the Sheriff A D Patteson to take care of er child and keep it until the girl consented to talk She refused to give up the child and it had to be taken by orce In going to the jail she fought and hallooed all the way In the afternoon she was returned to the witness stand and hj a manner gave her testimony The thencase proceededand quite a number of witnesses were examined for the Commonwealth and the defense The testimony was all in Monday forenoon and the argument commenced which was concluded in the afternoon the case going to the jury about 3 oclock The case was argued for the State by Gordon Montgomery and A A Huddleston the side of the defense was presented by F R Win frey and James Garnett The jury was ut but a short time rendering a ver ict giving Harmon ten years in the penitentiaryA a new trial will be made jid if overruled the case will be ap pealed Mrs John M Sullivan died at her ate home at Cork Metcalfe county recently She was a woman for whom epeQple in the neighborhood had the respect Rev R LTally will not begin a meeting at Asbury until the 9th of February as the will be absent from home attending a meeting of the Missionary Board at Sturgis Ky Remember that a series of meetings are now in progreM at the Presbyter an church Every boo ii iiiTited to- ttad Good ptsi 1uPA fine sing inrr qqASthrE r l j I tI IEnd Romance of 30 Years IThirty years after they separated as childhood sweethearts Miss Emerine Lapsley of Esto Ky and Corties Collins Dallas Texas were married at the Laclede Hotel Friday Rev Earle Wilfley pastor of the First Christian Church performed the ceremony in the hotel parlors The two met in St Louis by appointment and were married soon after Miss Lapsleys arrival Neither of them is superstitious as the license was procured on the 13th of the month j and the astIernas to make his fortune He left behind him his young sweetheart who be gan teaching school when only 16 years old This she says prevented her from marrying some other man before this time She went to Dallas to visit her sisterinlaw three years ago and there she met again her sweethert of years gone by He had not married in those long years and the two were soon as good sweethearts as ever Miss Lapsley returned home and many letters were exchanged and an engagement was soon ready for an nouncement The wedding would have occurrd last summer but Mr Collins was thrown from his horse and his right leg was broken Mr Collins is a civil engineer and real estate dealer in Dallas He and Mrs Collins expect to arrive at their home before January 20 Mrs C01lins who is a graduate of the Valparaiso Normal School of Valparaiso Ind said We ought to be happy sam she We waited until we were old enough to know what we were doing I feel that we are only taking a new lease on life and will be happier than everThe St Louis Star For Sale I will sell one Garrscott engine and thresher box belts etc at public auc tion at Greensburg Ky Feb 14 Sale at 1pm t Wm Cantrill 12lt Reed Armstrong Mr Wallace F Reed who will be re membered by many of our town people as having spent a few days here last summer visiting in the home of Mrs M E Marcum was married Wednes day Jan 19th at 4 p m in Paducah Ky to Miss Alma Armstrong of 122 Trimball St After the ceremony the happy couple departed over the Illinois Central Railway for St Charles and New Orleans La Galveston San Antonio and El Paso Tex for a visit of two weeks after which they wjll be at home 173 Edith Place Memphis Tenn Mr Reed has rapidly risen inKthe emplpy of his company and is now First Assistantcity ticket agent of the Illir ibis Central Railway i ISaSWarned For the next 15 days only we will pay 2 25 per cord for good wood deliv ered at our plant in Columbia The wood must be four feet It Myertf Electric Light Co The Columbia Brass BandTeorganized last Monday night and played several stirring pieces Officers for the en suing year were elected as follows Geo T Flowers President Edwin Hurtsecretary A committee was ape pointed to secure a teacher etc First class plainest Phonograph near Ij new 30 good records sell cheap C M Deener 123t Montpelier Ky Circuit court is now into its second week and there will probably be busiIness sufficient to last upto next day The first week was taken up in trying misdemeaner charges and there were but few convictions Severalciv il suits will be tried this week You can find what you want in the way of feed meal cotton seed hulls oats hay straw corn chicken feed etc at Richardson Bros Phone 322 Free Deliver Mr Abe Willis who killed Elmer lcClister eight or ten years ago and was given a long term in the peniten tiary and subsequently paroledon ac count of declining health died at the home of his parents in this county last WednesdayI If you will subscribe during the months of January February and March we will furnish you the Adair County News one year and the daily CourierJournal three months for 175 t For Sale Eight white leghorn oock erala at 50 cU each ir7ou want them com and get them at once li 2tJfn 3no1 Conorw k Jil f f Prosperous School In view of the fact that a large num ber of people throughout this and adjoining counties gave their money to aid in locating The LindseyWilson School in Columbia and the further fact that they still retain a great interest in its welfare we feel that a brief outline of its work and its present patronage is not out of order but will prove a source of satisfaction to its many friends The Lindsey Wilson is under the same management that has guided it for the last three or four years and no one acquainted with thq principals has a doubt as to efficiency and their adaptation to the work For close ap plication cQnstant care and everlasting diligence Messrs Neilson and Moss have no superiors They are strickly leaders teachers disciplinarians who impress their pupils in that manner which brings the best results both in conduct and study Rowdyism is notI tolerated indifference to study not mitted and fortunatelyall know it and govern themselves accordingly Briefly speaking the work in that school is of the high and thorough order and will bear fruit commensurate in years to come No one need hesitate to intrust a son or daughter to the care and direction of this school but rather feel proud that such can be done and done for the joint good of both parties The enlargement of the girls dormitory and a furnace to heat all the building includ ing the boys dormitories not only makes more room but gives more comfort to those who board At present the enrollment is over two hundredand new ones entering nearly every day which indicates practically as large a school as any of the past years The successful management of The Graded Public school has deprived The Lindsey Wilsonof some local patronage but if the enrollment keeps up as it has been for a few more weeks it will even sur pass last year In fact the school is not only well patronized but draws that patronage from that class of people who want advancement and who be lieve in the policy pursued To its many friends we wish to say that Columbia is prouoVdf this school that it is a power for good and that no where else can the young man nor young lady better his or her condition in a school of this grade It is succeeding and it deserye the success Rock Quarry for Rent Perfect building rock Thick or thin Jeveland fiat Walls built of this rock never fall Apply to Misses Trabue 122t Eclipses It J There win befour eclipese of the sin land moon two each this year Atotal eclipse of the suu May 89th and invisible in North America tA total eclipse of the moon May 23rd ahd 24th visible over the entire con tinent SA partial eclipse of the sun Nov 1st invisible to the United States A total eclipse of the moon Nov 15th visible east of the maredian of St Louis The Bassett HardwoodLumber Co will remove its machiney to Campbells ville for a stay of60 days Timber will be received atthis place as heretofore Bring it in ll4t George Curry charged with malicious shooting was tried last Friday the jury failing to Mragree Curry bOld- ed for his appearance at next term of court The Adair County News one year and the Daily CourierJournal three months for 175 In order to take advantage of this offer you must subscribe during the months of January February an March Subscribe now I Rev W J Levi has just closed a great meeting at Tramble Creek church Green county Seventyfive conver tions fifty accepted into the church All parties owing me notes or ac cahlandpersonally This means you if you owe me no one excused W L Walker- S CR Royse sold A W Pedigo a pair of muleslast Saturday for 290 Mr Pedigo bought several other head but we did not get the prices l oticeriI All persons owing me fees as late clerk ipf Adair county court will please call ad settle same with Ewing 3jult8 atclerks office at once To R iUl11W 1 r jI y Program The fifth Sunday Missionary and Sun day School Convention of the Russell Creek Association to be held with Cana Valley Church aturday and Sunday Janurary 29 and 30 SATURDAY 1000 oclock call to order by Moder ator H S Robinson Devotional exercises Rev W SI as taught in the bible Rev W B Cave J S G tton W J Levi Do Missions strengthen the church A W Curry H N Phillips 1 M Grimsley Missions a good way to Evangelize the world Rev Frank Harrison W G Welborn H S Robinson Best Method of raising Missionary funds W T1 Underwood W W In gram SUNDAY Discussion of todays Sunday School lesson F E Christie SuptCane Val ley school and W W Kerr What to study a part from regular lesson or how to study the lesson Paul Smythe Walker Bryant HN Phillips How to increase attendance I M Grimsley M S Ferrell R W Sher ley Jas Garnett What the Sunday school teacher should be and his duties to class R L Caldwell Garnett Gravis RevW J LeviMissionary Sermon 1130 oclock Rev J S Gatton Jan Garnett F Pt Rice R B WilsonCommittee The Cold Weather t Assures us that the preceding 1910 promises to be the best crop year inthe past according to the old and ex perienced Use plenty o f fertilizer Eagle brand the best Exchange for note or discount for cash Phone 322 Richardson Bros KyiAttend the meeting at the Presby terian church Born to the wife of SC Neat Jan uary 23 a daughter A complete stock of Oliver plow re pairs at Reed Hardware Co Turn your land with the Oliver None better Reed Hardware Co t You cant farm without a good plow The Oliver has no Superior Setfthe new buggies at Reed Hardware Company They are guaranteed Dr J rH Grady sold hijsaddle horse 18 few days ago to A W Pedigo for 200 Mr Marvin young will commence building his residence as soon as winter breaks Anotrier snow last Friday morning aria the thermometer registered below freezing As soon as the weather clears the farmerswill commence breaking corn ground F B Waggener bought a fine Red- Bird mare from T B Murrell lastj Monday for 175 Oliver Pelley bought a saddle horse from Miss Hattie Conover paying one hundred and thirty dollars The Reed Hardware Company are receiving and opening goods and are now ready for business Two old persons in Metdalfe county gone to their reward J T Jones aged 91 Mrs Pack Scott 83 Dr J H Grady has removed his location from Gradyville to the home of Mr Frank Dohoney near Milltown Preaching at the Presbyterian church every night this week People living out of town should make it a point to attend Arthur Smith who lives in the Breed ing settlement was tried last week charged with housebreaking and ac quitted C M Hemford bought a sixty acreS farm of R L Tandy last week eration 1000 The farm lies near Mr Rufus Price VI Mr Edwin Wilson has received ftis machinery and will stat a grist mill on Water street near S FEubanks shop next week t WantedCornand iiy Upa- yc or exchange seed tmssd pot lir toes fertilizers tt Richardson Broi Columbia Ky l 8 J l PERSONAL fJ Mr J F Cabell was here from Miami Monday Mrs Jo Russell was quite sick the first of the week Mr J L McLean has been quite sick for the past week Mr Vernon Holt Jamestown was here Sunday night Miss Agnes Conover went to Bowl ing Green last Tuesday j Mr J G Eubank who is at New fjI Hope spent Sunday at home tr Dr McChord of Lebanon was called Jtto see Mr Z M Staples last Mondays l h Mr Allison Conley of Bud Wayne county visited here the first of the 1 week tp1 Mrs J R Hindman was very sick during last week but her condition has improvedLMiss Laura Herriford is visiting her sister MrsJ S Read at Nashville She took a boat at BuricesvilleSt A little son of Mr and Mrs Bert J Tucker who live no Caseys Creek is dangerously ill with pneumonia 1 Mr Fred Cundiff who spent a week with his parents and other relatives returned to Campbellsville last Friday g Mr Lincoln Denton who is here in the stave business returned from his home in Somerset last Friday morris ing J Eld Z T Williams and wife 1 left Monday for Monticello at which place they will assist Eld A H Baugh in a series of meetings I Mr W E Butler of Wakenda Mo who spent a month with relatives in this county started on his homeward journey this morning Mr W M Jackson of Campbells ville was here Sunday Monday his wife who has been visiting Mrs Jas Garnett accompanied him home Mr Morgan Heiston who was born 7 and reared at Pellyton this county now a resident of Louisville was out last week visiting relatives and friends Mrs Belle Patterson and her daught er Miss Mary Snow after spending a week very pleasantly with friends here returned to their home in Jamestown last SundaySMr H K Turka native of sthcounty but who resides in Barren county is in a low stateof health Her t is a fine citizen and it is hoped bY his many friends that he will recover l I Mr Mc C Goodie president fit the v Farmers Bank of Caseys Creek was i jbeinginstitution Mr Goode is a traveling salesman CotAn ding alargetradef flt LOUISVILLE MARKETS iii Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 525 575 Beef steers 40b475 Fat heifers and cows 350425 Cutters 3003 Canners 100200 Bulls v 225275 5Feeders ViU f 425475 Stockers 225340 Choice milch cows 35 004500 Commn to fair cows 1000 2000 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 0 880 1 Mediums 130 to 165 87O880 Pigs 700740 Roughs RIO SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 575650 Culls 300400Fatsheep 350400It Columbia Market y POULTRY Eggs 30 Trukeys N 13 Chickens rZDucks i Si TWheat 120V Corn 80 k 1 a Wrechcd Mistake to endure the itching painful distress of Piles ThereTs no need to Listen suf fered much from Piles writes Will A Marsh of Silver City NC till I got a box df Bucklens Arnica Salve and 1 was soon cured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains vanish before it 25cv at Paull DrugCo For Sale My property the home of the late W H Hudson near Fairgrounds A splendid location a good 11pmc acres ofKoodJfAppljjto Mrs Mary CHadwHLorRobt Hudoi I 1i2t v Ii I Ji k iIILL v T I i t t e i 4 g1 I I iJ iTIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 2Itilt 2 r t d td J vV In Kentucky 3V W P jhunters are preparing to sbajriout from Whitesbiirg inan effort to locate the bears that jereortedto be roaming about hjieaV dowans Ridge The cold Jsnap i ssaid to have brought bruin Out of winter quarters IAccidentally discharging a shot- gun the little nephew or Gar i 3and Britt was provable fatally Vv wounded by a brother They are tof ar very prominent family ofr r IJ Barren county where the acci Vi dent happened jTV Mrs Charles Beckam eighty threyears old died near Thre I VFb ks one night last week She fis survived by eight children o Frank Kirby ninetynine years i old died at his home near Bow ling Green last Thursday night JSe was one of the oldest men in Kentucky and moved to Bowling Gre rtfrom Tennessee six yea- rs1ao tA vProf Lee Kirkpatrick I n struct r of Mathematics in the Pleasureville Academy has been s lectedas one of the editors of New Mathematics Tex Book to be gotten out by the Kentucky College Association 4A reward of 200 has been of fered for the capture of the mur ders of Johnnie Bates seventeen years old killed a few days ago on Beaver Creek Reports from Tompkinsville state that the Cumberland river r is oria rampage and lowlands are t i flooded with grave danger of i Jfurther damage George Ginnes twentytwo jersold was nearly frozen to death when rescued byL T Rodgers near the latters home 1 near Frankfort q l res manlG Edwards liasbeea elected president of the National Bank of London Many rie w faces are seen In the banks efrthat town since the annual v election A 1800 Austrain rug has been received and placed in the State- reception room at the new Capi tol at Frankfort New officers and directors have been chosen by the stockholders V of the Lexington National and State banks There were but ISfew changes Use Newspaper for Blankets Half a dozen blankets are not necessary to keep warm nor are v thickly piedquilts assential to keep out these chilly Januaryr HvHbiastS The great American newspaper will do almost as well At least such is the Tiews of a Vrominant Health Worker na Statement just given out r7 It is of course highly desire iablehe stated to have ampl Jl covering of blanets3nd quilts JVpn cold nights but where these V1 JTcaijHbt be had a simple makeshift a will greatly reduce the amount f l7 suffering It newspapers are V i spread between blankets they jwill keep the sleeper as warm as- T several additional blankents If- vlieayy newspapers or folds of wrapping paper are placed un t fier the mattress next the 4springs they will prevent the ifehill from below and greatly in reasthe comfort of the bed This is especially important since many persons sleeping on single rnattrssesoverlook the fact that W as much cold air comes through ft the mattress as throughthecov a 1 t j g 5S S 4n the same way prsotisrid H tt Sk ZSv I ing for long distance inthe coun try willfind paper a great pro fection against cold If a news paper is folded under the coat across the chest and another across the back they win effectually prptect a person from cold Caleb Powers For Congress v An Advertisement The Louisville EYening Post has lostr rio time in declaring1 against Caleb Powers for Con 1 gress Repudiated time a n d again by the Republicans of the State in general by those of its home Congressional District the Fifth in particular by the people of Louisville its place of pub lication with emphasis renewed and multiplied the Post now as sumes the office of dictator to the Eleventh District Pesage sure of victory for Powers Omen dark and portentous for Edwards What cause has the Post es pousedwhat candidate approved but has been in consequence the looser The PostrInde pendent 7as it claims to be when it took up cudgels in the recent municipal campaign in Louisville for Mayor Grinstead at once appeared the hand on the wall to write the downfall of the GrinsteadAdministration and the elimination of Republican rule in Kentuckys metropolis for perhaps five and twenty years When that matchless Republi can chieftain of Kentucky the South and proud we are to add the Nation statesman jurits orator legislator William 0 Bradley sought at the bidding and by the choice official as well as popular of the Republican masses to be elected to the United States Senate no opponent more vile or vituperative did he have than Editor Kaott of the Evening Post Willian 0 Bradley was despite the opposition of the Post tri umphantly elected Stands he today in the foremost Legislative body on earth wise in thought far seeing in counselIconstructive in pier of the most eminent National Legislator His every word is received with respectful atten tion due to genuine leadership his every vote cast for the better ment of the people the enrich ment of the Nation the upleft ment of mankind Whom would the Post which now assumes to tell the Republi cans of the Eleventh District that they must reelect DG Ed wards to Congress have elevated to the Senate of the United States instead of Bradley No lessa personage than Mr Cripps Beckham the beneficiary in chief of the Goebel usurpation the persecutor general and exe cutioner persistant of Republi cans as well as Democrats who stood up manly for a free ballot the fair count the unpacked jury and the unstained and impartial bench so essential to American Civic existance and endurance and to that iintrameled employ ment of life liberty and pursuit of happiness promoted by the Declaration of Independance pJeist stood for Beckham the arch enemy of that virile and fearless Republicanism founded by Lincolnstabilitated by Grant reasserted by Garfield emphatically proclaimed by McKinley and Roqseveltanduphelqmost nobly by Taft For Beckham th beneficiary foremost and mofi shamefulof the election Infamies X 55 t j I of 1899 for Beckhamreprsant ing everything in artisan rancor injustice and inequity hateful to Republican for Beckham typi fying the Statesmanship macethe Legislative and Judi cial subserviant branches of Government for Beckham whose Gubernatorial service forever re call the darkest and direst era of t packed juries andof Partisan Judges Had even one Repubii can Legislator in 1908 lent ear to the deceitful Post Kentucky would be today represented or rather misrepresented in the United States Sen te by the counterfeit Beckhamt From such a reproach the highlsense Republicans of our whole State saved the Nation Instead of Beckham with all that factional purpose and tarnished record suggest we have in the Senate a Bradley with gifts of eloquence transc ndant powers of States manship unsurpassed record glorio beyond expression To the people of the Eleventh District the Post now puts the question shall you act on our recommendation on the word editorial and dictatorial that re pudiated Bradley also repudiat Powers We advise you the Post that once advised you to send Beckham to the Senate We now in perfect consistancy with equal desire to benefit the Republican Party implore you to support Edwards arid reject Powers for the House of Repre sentatives The Post after declaring We have never believed Mr Powers guilty of the murder of JVlr Goebel asseverates Ttye people of the Mountains have stood by Caleb Powers in the hour of his adversity He has no right ask 0 them to rekindle the old pas sions for his advancement No right then has any citizeninno cent of crime to seek political honors at the hands of his fellow i citizens No right has any citi zen whom bitter partizanship may incriminate tn receive a political nomination No right has any Republican whom jury packing ballot stuffing election thieving vandals may charge with law breaking to look for or accept political preferment the hands of friends neighbors and loyal Kentuckians Nothing according to t h e Posts logic is required to deba a man from political advance ment and party recognition or reward than bitter accusation no matter how haselLess leveled by unscrupulous partisan foes An issue indeed but not the main issue in Mr Powers ear didacy for the Republican Con gressioual nomination in tlile1 Eleventh District is the Goebel incident in Kentucky history As long as Mr Powers lives Ui brutal and bloodthirsty theft of ejght long years from h young and promising manhood life must be anr issue in his every political campaign Never has there been bastile or inquisition dungeon tale more savage tha in which the Tom Campbells Uile Beckhams the Cahtrijls as per secutors figured so d rksOnl and Caleb Powers as victim so ignominously ItToo manful to unselfish is Caleb Powers to make his suiferT ings and elf sacrifice for free Citizenship the main issue in his Gibngressional race Wjij6oking Heaven in the face 1i si fellowman in the eye the t 5a- i r I supporter of Caleb Powers may well feel proud proud that his every effor is to bel given to reward the most gallant and fitted young Kentuckianwith a seatinI Congressjprouder Still implicitly prouder when he shall see Powj ers in Gohgress doing the State in the same arena where Clay and Critt nden in the past reflected and Bradley now sheds glory on the Common wealth and Country Kentuckians Every vote for Powers is a vote for fireside flag and fel lowmari Kentuckians Every vote for Powers serves to make this noble C Gommoriwealth a State that honors gifted nsEvery vote cast for Caleb Powers is a vote for triumph of truthover error for the reign of everlasting righteousness and peace in this Republic and the world over Well said it is that the cra die empties into the crypt Ruin creeps upon temple and monu ment The race of man itself isIbut a banquet spread for w but the life of righteous thoughts and deeds does not perish Such acts and inspirations bloom forever in the fields of Heaven on Earth The Master of man is he who never wore a sword or eqaulette sor was given a title sace by the token mockery but his name is above every name and his king dom without boast or blasphemy For that kingdoms coming is free America enlisted Free America speaks and acts throjugli the Republican party the Republican party of Kentucky has no son or spokesman more honestdevoted more tried or true more fearless or forceful than Caleb Powers Where it was NeededI There you go again ex claimed the friend Kicking as usual And you are the man who said a month ago that he in tendedmaking it a rule to speak all the kind words he could each day to at least one person Im following that rule ex plained the man with the frown Im following it Im peaking the kind words to myself each chance I get I found that I needed them more than any body else Sod Basins for Trees The landscape gardeners of one of New York Citys parkways rhaye devised an attractive wa of protecting the base of tree rl trunks by arranging a square border of sod two feet wid around each one of the trees bordering the boulevard In thi way the sojl between the border 1and the treetrunk may always be kept lodse allowing the mois ture of rains to soak into the groundand nourish the roots Were it pot for this sod basin lethe gravelpathcoming close to the tree would in time become thestree to suffer accordingly The idea is one that could eI adopted elsewhereto good advan tage nlThe New Mexico Experiment l sIlla ParkN M says in Bulletin No 156 The trunks of fruit trees may be wrappe s4ithperto protect them from mice and rabbits the paper bein tied on with cord to hold it in place Old newspapers maybe used for the purpose the care necessary being to see that the paperentirelycovers the trunk of the tree high enough to pre- ventthe rabbits aching tine ex posed portion abod the paper- Iftj 1k555 rl T j r t 1 wrw In Memory of my BeI6vedGeiiHe iy On Thursday the 30th4cfDec 1909 at the noon hour tlie ceap er wlios name is Death vi5 ted and removed from our home a- true devoted and loving fe1a tenderhearted and affectionate mother one who was so excessively fon rof her children that she almost idolized them She professed religion early in life duringr revival at Leatherwobd IoChurch cpnducted by Bro Love of the Methodist churchi More than once she expressed a desire and intention to unite with the Baptist churcH at some judgingIsectarian but the profOundest respecfeand love shone brightly and warmly greeted and welcomed in a most commendable degree all of Gods children regardless of their church affilia tions Her health commenced failing before leaving Kentucky and during our brief stay of 18 months in Oklahoma she was stricken with nervous prostra tion Under the best of medical treatment she apparantly regain ed health Being dvised by the most eminent Physicians not to remain where the climate was too trying upon the nerves we returned to Kentucky settling among the near relatives friends and impressive scenes of her childhood Whether at home or abroad among strangers the same ami ble and lovely disposition that was so characteristic of Genie as she was familiarly known shone in such a manner that she was always surrounded by a large circle of admirers and ardent friends Harriet Eugenia was adaught er of Woodson and Elizabeth Belle and finished her 44th year Dec 20th 1909 Was married tothe writer Oct 13 1895 a brief period indeed in which to enjoy conjugal felicity Her love was true It may tr lybesaid of her AndTiever did her love deceive me but often in my conflicts here she rallied quickly to relieve me It may also be truly said in the language of Holy Writ She hath done what she could She was born on Dec 20th makingtye the time of her death Shelived and died a consistent Christian- S PneumonIa fever was the cause of Ijer death and only a few days before she died she seemed to wake from sleep but was perfectly conscious She said tome and her brotherI am going to die haebeen warn ed and have seen beautiful heav enly visions A short time before breathing her last when asked if she knew that she inust soon die she said yes and in answer to her sisters question Do you wish to talk to us alL She called us llto com- ecloseto her bedside while a sweet touching prayer fell in clear tones from her lips She expressed a perfect willingness anddesire to diecand go to the Saviour1 I1erJbrother whom she dearly loved that he might become a christ ian and walk in the lilt of God Like a christian while a bright smile played upon her features she peacefully closed her eyes as if in a sweet sleep thus leavlnir i f r f I t0 rtk- cait I Fi t r shewShe leaves a husband and 3 brotherLbesides a hostof relatives and friends to morn their loss l Dearest Genie thdii has left us Here thyloss we deeply fee iBuf tis God that hath be eftusj He can all our sdrrows heal Yet again we hope to meet thee When thp dreams of life have fled Th nin Heaven with joytogreet the Where no farewell tarjs shed After singing a short talk and prayer by brother Joel Q Moore She was laid to rest by the side of her sister Minnie Mess in- the Shirley grave yard to await the resurrection rning She is preceded to the grave by her father and mother two sisters and a brother who are I awaiting her in that beautiful shore To all of her rowing re la tives and friends we will say sorrow not as those who have no hope but be prepared to meet her upon that eternal shore where we will all He reunited to part no more She stands bec koning us with beautiful hands to Heaven J H Holl day Cdiumbia District Second Round The following make up Presiding Elder Hulse appointments for the Columbia District going over the territory f6r the second time It is requested that the membership keep these appointments be meetingsPeyton January 2526 Renox Breeding January 29 f 30 Greensburg Gr ensburg feb- ruary 56 Thurlowy Hpriks Chapel FebSS t ruary 1213 Gampbellsville Circuit Asburyv FObi uary1516 t f Spurlington and Early i Tailors Chapel February 1920 Gampbellsville station Iebru any 2627 l Mannsville Wesley Chapel February 2728 Columbia an Tabor Columbia Marclf56 Cane ValleytCane ValleyIMarch 67 Gradyville March12jL3 West Tomplansville March 19 20 v Tompkinsville March 2223 Temple Hill March 2627 V TtL Hulse P E In seeking aim reported by his relatives as missing the N w York police discovered a tunnel which form the cellar 6f the tenement in which he lived led across the street andan the di rection ofa jjewelery store and the East Side branch of the Fourteenth street Bank where many thousands of dpll rs are stpred in vaults v Lost to the world Henry Mill son wasP found in Sail by the Marion cbuhty Ind giancl jury Forgotten by this quaintancesIaria verl ok 6 by bt hehad been behind the lars for lOi days without a chance tode fend himself against the charge of having stolen arable of potatoes 1 The grand J jryat once set him free Y J V ijvSaved at Deaths Doorv f SV The door of death seemed ready tti open for Murray W Ayers ofTransit Bridge N Y when his life was won derfully saved fI was in a dreadful copdition hewntesCerny skin was tcoatedpounds growing wekker daily Vr ulent liveFtrouble pulling mdown to death in spite of doctors Then that matchlees medicine Electric Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong or aHrstomafth i liver and kidney trqubl B theyre iiuprm fecat Paul ir i 5 lfit5 or i 1 tf rl t fI t7 L J L J r J it L J t v r r t nl x f l i f14 t- t 7 4 l THE kDA1R COUNTY NEWS H i T- iBflLDIMG I EH toI t a iif you want to Build or Re aire See our Stock of Rough andt Dressed Lirmber We can fill Your Order on SHORT NOTICIY- 1 a y f y v Custom lore a Specialty GRliiER MORRISON GOODMAN t Columbia Kentuckya t PHONES Mill 19 F Res 324 323 and 5Q A ib kiiiii t d t IT IS MOIVEY TO YOU Ip YOU BUY AT 1 tfE RIGHT Pi ACE I See my Stock of 4 GENERAL MERCHANDISE tji Ptroduee Wantedr1 i i vi L SIMMONS HUMBLE KENTUCKY t it FRANK CORCORAN 3 w AW l r High Grade x w H Marble Granite 3 I CemctertworkI See USherQre you Suy i e Represented bjr Cg JEFFHIES iIi this and I W adjoining Bounties fV Main Street Lebanon Ky 4w 7 1R1t6tt ptinge Thtotet i OPEn rro I i AHEALTH SEEKERS Anc the Traveling Public The Building whichis commodious has been refurnished repainted making it a very inviting placgThe table is suppJiedEwith the best the country affords Alarge sample room for the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the purest 4r health restoring Terms reasonoble Write to RUSSELL SPRINGS WINFREYfeflfELPS J i a i t 1jW JOHN A HOBSON J 1 E1 SJ3U3 G KE Tt1G Y I 1 FENCEpl I tQVCS1fl1te I1Rarlges L i t ROOFjPdOIr rJ 1 y t RU SAD ROOFING t Jtj4 s- I t X7iLL PAPER r c i I I Jq 4 WINDOWS CEMENT 1LIME BR 117 r f I t ji j WALL PLAST ER i ta i r t f t r 1tLRNITURISscrr fI i- I =t o f t1ft AiIKind BUiLDER Hardware If L1111111 t rIIS1 1 Lr VJ L 1 ISJ FOR EADR1C NEWS IN Iyp vVf1 J f t t i I t i i1Jrt it r fw1 6raincaks Crown winners are never cro i3s dodgers W J ii q A heart full ofs hope makes a face full of light r The man who keeps on trying tis never defeated 7J r Cannon is neriya incident resultant upoInnonlsm V 1+ JNone oIbsJovsti mannrwhol ilIjdnnh 1910 we profit by the mitkesof 1909 Once Jn a while a church that edsai resurrection attempts a tI1 revs vat 1 We arcj riclined to be suspicious of the sinner who parades Jiis repentance f 1 Some people become so inter c ested in theology chat they fee sight of salviiiiotT i A- their lot o f Christians confine efforts to asking God tp do something for them Some people spend so much time praying for help that they grow weak to helplessness t Some people think they are do- a ing all right as long as conscience a does not prick them If those good resolutions have lasted even one week you have- accomplish et1People who pray rhy king r dom come ought to be willing to do something toward bringing it 1The traveling evangelist hast one advantage over the regular pastorhe doesnt have to stay and bear the consequences Weve seen church members who expected the preacher to be good enough to make a high average for the congregation If over supply means cheaper Ito prices there must bea decline in the paying material market in a certain place these days Opportunity knocks at the door every day The trouble is that it is seldom heard above the knocking that is going on in side- dI A Quaint Endorsement- J f Pierpont Morgan at the re cent diocesan convention in New York amused a group of clergymen with a story of a minister j He was as ignorant this good man of financial matters said averageJecclesiasticalHe received a check7 the first he had ever got in his life and took it to i bank for payment But you must endorse the j check Vsaid the paying teller re turning it through his little vin low ft Endorse it T said the old minister in a puzzled tone l Yes of course It mtfsf be indorsed on the back I I see said the minister t And turning the check over He whote across the hack of it r i I heartily indorse this check 75i There is a wide difference be tween slop and swill Slop is properly a hogs relish while swill is too frequently nothing more than water polluted with I unhealthful refuse The term swill may embrace a wide varie r ty of feed or drink ranging from ordinary dish water to a mixture of milk table scraps soapsuds and oeher kitchen refuse t while slop is a combination of ground feed or foods with water or v lw A Djkir r r7 jl1enry Clays Sword v t IThe c diplomatic sword worn by Henry Clay at the signing of treat of Ghent was today thejn sented Commoners to Miss Anna Gratz er of this city J bylffamous General in the war of 1812 who had always been his friend and he in turn willed it tohissoDCharles Bodley and thus it came into the possession jof Mr Charles odIeYsdaught1d er Mrs Florence St Paul Minn Mrs Davenport came to Lex Ungton for a visit to her uncle Colonel William Pickett She brought the sword with her inI tending to present it to the Ken= tucky Historical Society After meeting Miss Clay and finding she was Henry Clays greatjn granddaughter and also a descendant of the Gratz familyr who had always been great friends of the Bodleys Mrs Dav enport preferred to present the sword to her knowing how great value she would place on such gift The sword is a graceful short word the kind worn on all diplomatic occasions Mr Edisons Views fAal1 interview pUblished in the Independent Thomas AEdi son spoke of future inventions andrefers to the problem of get to the most out of fuel as one of the most important problems of the day He has something ntot1futureclothes of the future will IThe says Mr Edison of that every womanwill be able as follow the fashions promptly so and there will be plently ot fash ions Artificial silk that is superior to natural sick is now made of wood pulp It shines better than silk I think that the silk worm barbarium will go in fifty years just as the indigo of india went with the production of in a igo in Gorman laboratories There is much ahead of us We dont know what gravity is neither do we know the nature of heat light and electricty We are only animals We are coming out of the dog stage and getting a glimpse of our environment We dont know we just suspect a few things Our practice of shooting one another is proof that we are animals The makeup ot our society is truly hideous AII that is Necessary ky Thef6iiowing resplutio siStadopted by a unanimous vote at 3 rtBe midwinter meeting of ffiej KentuckY Press association atj Lexington a few days ago Whereas A number or per sons operating as press agents or directors ofpublicity are drawn iLrge salaries from various conr cerns for matters that the news s papers insertfor them for noth iIigt be it Resolved That the use of such matter the same being advertising matter simply designed- as news is unfair to the publish er and that such matter should fornotThere is only one way to deal with the kind of publicity bu reaus csmplained of and that js to refuse to print their contribu tioMwithoutpaYor if any of it rgood enoughto me Eliminate eTiry word of it which is and t i t ernLNo other resolution should be ssaryt an the resolution of itselfnewspaper Increased Farm Productions The widciawakeand sagacious Preisdentof the New York CeIi1p tial Railroad in an address last Tuesday before the students of Cornell University utterance to some important and dit reel truths in reference to the desirability of the United States reasing its agriclutural productions He urged t w o propositions First the broadening of methods of education in our ourI leges andschools II would give less attention to graduating lawyers and physi cians but would give a good deal to turning out of public schools young men with a good common school education plus a years practical training at some a useful trade f I would postpone the test of our institutions a proPhjl sied by Lord Macaulay tern Q f thorough education in agricultural methods which would result in doubling our rural population in and more than doubling the products of the nations farms is President Brown cannot too strongly emphasize this point as of necessity of increase in the products of the farms as The business of the country is being greatly disturbed by extraordinarily high costs of ying The millions of people that are now feeling the effects these high prices are anxious to the future and nothing can effectually remedy the condi prolrductlon News toa Questions and Answers If Why should a compliment from turkey be an insult Because it would be fowl Ian guage v What did Ruth doto offend i V f o Boaz i r She pulled his Dears and trod on hisccorIir When does a chair dislike you11 When it cant bear you Why is a duel quickly man aged Because it takes only two seconds to arrange it What burns to keep a secret Sealing wax r Why isa noble n 1ikea boy Because a title J What class of woman give tone society i The belles What is that which has a mouth but never speaksa bed but never lies in it A river it Why is a- Because cherry like a book ItIS red f t like a fidesaddleBecause itf holds a gallon Why are airships like tr mps- Becaris they have no visible means of support What islands would form si dainty party luncheon Sandwich arid Madeira Ex- iThe fold Weather p Assures use that the preceding 1910 promises to b ithe best crop year in the put according to beQkland ex perienced Uie plenty of fertilizer Eagle brand th e beat Exchange ibr 322notRieh jibitBroii Eeriford f tlt 4 Colubt Ky 1 fi Irt f 0 At f t J lk rxk 1 I Sewinginr In sewing up seams in fine mat t1 Ior tucking diHiul ty is often experienced in having the seam perfectly smooth with t lout any piiiskerings If a strip of paper not too stiff or brittle be put under the material as it is under the foot of the ma chine and stitched you will ndIIthat a perfectly smooth seams the result The paper is readi1 removed without injury ao the very sheerest material tfiattfs made This is especially good to uSe when working on chino = Housekeeper v i t 4 tLuathreff W me Ruf There is a great difference in the purposes to which a laxative should be put Tablets grid pills salts etc are usually violent purgatives or cathartics and altogether too power ful for the average person A woman at all times needs 6nl7 mild laxative in fact none other is thbugllthey laxativewillone Dr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin has earned well eserved vogue among women mustjnccessarllY bowel remedy before the American people The price is only 50 cents or 1 a bottle druggists action make it an ideal remedy for women constipation torpid liver sour stom ach sick headache heartburn and stich like digestive complaints Its use for ashort time will remove the trouble en tirely so that future medication will be unnecessary Its tonic properties build up the stomach and intestinal muscles so that they act naturally again That this so is the experience of many heads ot families like Mrs Brannan of Alvarado K L Stout of Louisville Kyr f and numerous others in fact way out in Williams Cal as Mrs J E Bladkmore that place writes the whole town seems to be using it If the remedy is new to you and you beforebuyIngsendbelow and a free test bottle will be sent you Then if results are satisfactory you can buy it of your 1u If there is anything about your ailment that you dont understand or if you want 1 ii any medical advice write tor doctor and he wmj4answer you fully is serviceICaldwell 500 Caldwell bldg fWe MontlceUo Illl j All straw stalks etcZ used L v litter in the sheep bariut r should be run throngh a cutter increase the power absorption 1 the pens are cleaned regular ly litter should be put in thickly at once Under no circumstan ces should the manure and used litter be piled where the sheep can get at it The vapors arising from the fermentation are fan gerous causing catarrh snuffles etc The best feeds are clover 7 hay a mixture of oats wheat V i an linseedmeal and roots As Congress is now in session farmers can engage in no more s profitable task these long winter yv evenings than in closely noting V the direction of the activities of their servants the lawmakers the majority of whom will be up for reelection a few months hence Among the m o st important t qtBtionsthatwiII be brought jffor consideration is the parjeelSV post In some form or otherthis subject has been before gress1r for many years but if it is any nearer law of the land now tliatii was a dzeIiyears agqthepic 1 lie has failed to see it The vi ieJ of the tc vested interests i ethe our great express companies has JI beenmuch more powerful iriv molding Congress thantheve v of the people mainly for therarA 4 t son that the people unorganized v and for the most part far rempv ed from the floors of Congress i jt are not heard above the more in isistent demands of paid lobbyists o1I n the corridors and cloakrooms t of the Capitol Farmers Hont vv t Journal V S 4tiThe BaH Hard aeaod Lumber Co willremove its machine to irampbellaTills toraltay of 60 days Timber wiiL t bereceived at tHiB placi M htretofcie1 t Brag it ITIV 114t ttit Jt1 qo i V tir I r I JI I JI ht r t1F AlAJH CCl NlTc 11csb r i 1r lr t a tf 1t1tYitW Published Every Wednesday BY THE lair CountyNews Company INCORPORATED I CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests al the city of Columbia and the people of Adair adjacent counties t r a s 1stared at the Columbia PoatoflBce an second date mail matter WED JAN 26 1910 The first show of strength be tween the adherents and opponents of the county unit bill in the State Senate was evidenced last week when that measure was referred to the Committee on Religion and Morals It is charged by the supporters of the bill that it will be so managed by the Committee that its death is certain Whether or not this 11butfair square deal can endorse such methods It is a measure that ought to be disposed of on u its merits and not defeated or advanced by schemes and tactics that stifle honest action and sober judgment We do not believe in unfair methods in legislation no more than in private business There is scarcely a doubt but a large majority of the people of thisstate expect and demandthe passage of some measure of this kind that the prohibition senti merit was a strong factor in electing a large majority of the members of the Legislature can hardly be doubted In this Sen atonal district it was the over shadowing issue and it is gratifying to know that our Senator is as true as steel to his trust Th 1I7 tureis carry out the will of the great majority of the people and to do it in an open even- bandedfwaY yr If this Billfails to meet the approval of any representative if there are those who are willing to disregard the demands of the people they ought to uncover and fight it omthe floor so their position may be known To kill any measure by an unfavorable committee is but a cowardly act Those responsible for defeating such legislation will unloubtedl accou- ntfor a betrayal of a trust and sooner or later public senti ment will Bring the legislation demanded We have never been identified with the Prohibitionists as a party haye never accepted nor advocated the extreme posi- tionv of legislating the whisky in dustry out of existence but bet lieve that thepeopleshould have vthe legal rightto control and to vote it out if they so desire and no efforts to withhold the exercise of such power by any set of men can be justified We r favor the county unit bill because W believe it right thatthe voice of the people should be heard and qbeyed as expressed by the majority We favor temperance because it is best for every individual arid for every community V The County Unit bill was discussed in the Senate last Wed- nEsday and there was some sharp shooting on both sides The bill was finally referred tQthe com amttee Qn Religion and Morals which was a victory for the stets he bill may not leave the iiij c sit iOWII tt ethisaes 3101 as Y I rtIC f hIN P t The one hundred and third birthday of GenoR E Lee was celebrated throughout the South last Wednesday President Taft continues to recognize the hand of Senator BradleyQMHlThatcher has been decided upon as U S Dis trict Attorney at Louisville Senator Conn Lynn of Cola way county a staunch Democrat was the acting Governor of Ken tuckyfor a few hours last Wednesday Gov Willson and Leu tenant Governor Cox were both absent from the State IThe Lexington Gazette which by Col W PWalton stispendedllast week The editor stated that lack of patronage and too manY papers in Lexing ton wasjlthe reason for suspen sion It is our understanding that Col Walton who is one of the bestknown newspapermen in the State a brilliant writer had no moneyed interest in the concern The original notes of Dr Fred erick A Cook who clained some weeks ago that he had just returned from a breezy climate have been thoroughly examined by the committee at Copenhagen The Commission reports that not the slightest proof has been submitted that the Doctor reached athe North Pole The Sector evidently got very cold while on that exploring expedition us he has beenin some cozy place thawv ing out since his return Dr W L Nuttall who was connected with the Feeble Mind ed Institute and Frankfort and being charged with a dastardly crime left the State and went to Mexico returned a few days ago and was tried f rlunacyand reHsturning Jo his home from Mexico- he stated that he would be will i gto come back ifethe Court would dismiss the indictment looksIdethroned lwr I tA 4i iThe health oft this community- is not very good at this writing Mrs Margaret Williamsris very sick at this writing Mr BobPikexs61d alspan of mules totlr Jim Young for 300 y J IMr Oseytpillingham is visiting friends d relatives in this neighborhood Mr S L Williams is on the sick list at this writing Mrs Sarah Abrell and daughter Lizzie visited at N B Dil linghams last Sunday Mr Ma Hardwick and Mr G B Williams were in Russell county one day last week Messrs Owen White J T Abrell J T Robinson and Tom Montgomery visited J B Abrell Saturday night Miss Lula Pile visited Lizzie Abrell Thursday Mr Cassell Bryant gave the young folks a party last Saturday night They all reported a nice time A iMr Herman Tarter of this place is visiting friends and relatives inc county at this writing r 3 Mr Lawrence fin ensl ofi Russell county bought a farm ifi omTMr l B Abrell iand will remove tovitisoon 7 Miss Lula Pile and Miss Et wol Williams were shopping at Eunice one day last week We are having plenty of mud and ice Hatcher San Johnson who lives in this community found a pearl in his oyster soup It would have brought him seventyfive dol lars had it not been cooked He has been offered tent dollars for it Charles Moody sold a colt to Marion Simpson for one hundred dollars It measured thirteen hands and one inch and is considered a perfect model Luke Reynolds bought a pony horse froma Mr Sexton for 30 Mrs Eva Chelf of Casey reek has been visiting Dr S H Helm and family for a few days Mr NVH Peel Nicholasville bought a pair of mare mules from J F Campbell for 360 He also bought a sixyearold Peacock gelding from Marion Simp son for 16250 r Emmett Sallee sold a PeacockI gelding to JT Gowdy for 1751 Mr J Weir has been appointed guard at the Frankfort peni tentiary v He will take his fam ily with liim Mr J H Sanders who teach es a normal school at Campbells ville will have twenty teachers from Marion county in his next II1mosectionienIrolJedparing to teachiR H Turner has a large school organized at Mannsville There are severs teachers who will take a teacherscoiIrseI We have a 1000 town clocks but it is riot doing Very many people any good on account of thaclock towerrbeing enclosed If the tower was open people could tell the time for several miles Miss Elizabeth Turner of this jpace is attending school in your town She writes that she is well pleased with the work being Jjdone The recent cold weather has scorched the wheat considerably and prospects are not very flat tering for a bumper crop There were more people in- Campbellsville last Thursday than for a number of years The attraction was the Pruett Tay lor Cos sale of merchandise Eggs are worth 35 cents per dozen nand h ns3 cents per pound at the two produce firms in our town Mr Frank Weatherford has opened up a modern broom fac tcry at Mannsville He has more orders than he can fill He says that the raw material cost him fifteen cents per pound Gadberry r The health of this community is not very good at present Mr Rufus Young of West Point who has been visiting his father WYH Young of this place returned home stweek Mrs Rollin Johnson isf reported quite sick at this writing Mr R TYG adberry and family were visiting the familyof Mr A 1C Stone last Sunday Rev George Groves sstet roeetingitithis place had one convertion I J r eCto0 j I i HARDWAREY et I O 0 Qr Stock of rdwareis not comp te A vo01- l kr i 0IA By February The 1 sti1 0 0 A Aa Yoo Meet Your Demands rif d 0 0TE I rt A YA Line of BuggIesi r A o w 0 COO t lt 0 gO0 v u aJjIf 0o i KD6nH fail to see us for anything wir I 0rU1t ITC tll itdI1 I f V 1ttYPil mouJfpe We h ugh selL L t t Y 0iVt tt e 00 CI 0 0O0 s Russell BuildingyiJatItaO o=== 0 00000000000000000000000000sand Miss Susie Blair was visiting Misses nnlli and Guin Morrison last Sunday i PThe social given at Mr Boss i A i Loys last Saturday night was largely attended and enjoyed Y- ull present r Miss Mattie Frankum visited Misses Maud and Liddie Stone last Sunday familyjThey expect to make Missouri their future home Mr Jack Coomer who pur chased a farm from MrR M Hurt sometime ago has erected a new residence and will be ready to occupy it in the near future Uncle Alfred Hurt of color is at the river just waiting for the boat to come he has pneumonia fever and heart trouble Hurt and McClister our upto date merchants are having a nice trade 1 Mr Hadisv Harvey of Ruby visited friends at this place last Saturday and Sunday Miss Emma Young and broth er Lawrence visited their cousin Mrs Alvin Young of Joppa last week who is very sick Master Willie Bennett visited Mr Martian Frankum last Tuesday night Mrs Elizabeth Morrison who has been spending several months with here daughter Mrs William Phelps of Glenville reached this place last Sunday Cam vinetRY TY Dudgeon mde a bu i nM trip to St Miryir lait Thurs ji7i7i i j r4 ft e tw xt 9iar e V imty IT tCU5TS NOTHING v t f 1 i J Sl1t jUr Property SriT 1 Ii t I WITH 1 f tJ I iOff Viilid4 ytheL Wer Vlf- ir E I IE REAL E5TATEA6ENT err J I 7i Columbia Ky f1 i v If you wish to Buy or Sell call on Him Office in Gannett Buiding over Post Office t E IncI7Ii w J7t tEvi7i i I7i K I t 1 1 f 71 iv A IdJim arioSIra Vaughan arevisitJr ingrelatives in Spurlington this week Mrs Tom Corbin is visiting hermother in Illinois I t Mrs Ida Scott returned to her a1piasathis place Scott Griffin a fine old gentleman of Wellington Mo was here one day last week from Romine where he j visiting his father Mr Jim Griffin f W S Griffin 6f Hatcher was here on busines last Tuesday Tyler Furkin was in Louisville last week buying new goods Mr urkinVTand family are quite popular with us and w6 hope he will So a good business s J Mrs Noiiie 1honey who las royfing much though wt hope to see n n F her better soon Thel at this places the only vacant fcouser r We have of course ii is nofc much house b tit wprks the bluff allright We now have the nicest young men you never heat anythinglpnlysee smiles Messrs T 1 Smith W N feeseiCand Banks Hancock Mrs N M Hancock Mrs W L eeseMrs Charity Moore and Mrs Finis ylorPruittThursday 1 tofCurtfor 4000 VA SaferMakltlt Everywhere life IK being made more kiDNewnom Drs itio LiYK troubhi Kidney DIMMM and Bo- P W Ii80rderl Tkeyre fiwy btIIUrJ aderfetl blJi atll 16ist- 2n Dir ti fHrtil tr r r- r t 1 7 i I y tfiiD tIyc 0 I H I i t1 t- t j L l i i t I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 r Not a traqger tEyaiigelistW fl Pinkerton Wli9 4s holding a series of revival meetings at the Edenside 9hiist lah church comes to in quite a different cWacitythan l wfisltaOnwMchwas during the TriJJoilclave of the K i capacI1Imandery Knights Templar It will be remembered that the Paducah Commandery attracted considerable attention owing to the fact that its commander was so tall and slender that he tow alIIothers that Mr Pinkerton was a mihis 4 ter but he was pastor of the Christian church in Paducah wherehe was greatly beloved Mr Pinkerton has been a Ma son aboutl wentyfive years is a member of Plains City Lodge Paducah and of the Chapter and Con maptleryof that city He is one pf the very few ministers on record who has occupied the high position of Eminent Commander iespecially for two terms While here 1fie his met many of Mis old friends in the fraternity among them Brintoji B Davis president ofthe Commercial Club and a member of his Commander Although Mr he prefers that toljev or Dr Pinkerton will praehevery night except Satur der liver his famous lecture on ffH w to Live Without Worry to men only at the Edenside church next it Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock- r r and he is particularly anxious to have a large crowd Admission 1willbebY ticket only but there wills rit c1 argeilTIoUlsvIlI Tim s r f Jjl Milltownr SEr N B Dohsney who bejen sick for the past 2 weeks is able to be fgt itl11 j Miss Pearl Hatcherr v and Miss Nellie Waggener of Co lumbia were visiting Miss Birt Thomas last week Mr Elvin Hardwict sand Mr Owen Beard of Little Cake were- in this community several days of last week t Mrs Wyatt SmytHeof Colum bia was visiting her lather Mr V NBDohoney last week v t Mr Irvin Thomas hois at LindseylWIlsonf and Sund3 The spcial given at Mrs Eliza 3Komas last Saturday night was 1lseem to enjoy the occasij MissvEffie Pollard is visiting Miss Mint Thomas this week r i GIPThe farmers of are lively riga thisciommunityI burning their Mr J E Johnston was in Lexington several days of last burfley tobacco society of this community i Mr Jim Paterson of Blisswas Tuesdaypplight t Mr Sawney Browning who is LindseyWilsona was at home Saturday and Sun day Dr J H Grady is in this com munity practicing nowi llr and Mrs Trnr Pnon rvisited N T Mercer Saturday Sundayh rland r Miss Bessie iJLef twitch was visiting at MrsB Dohoney- sSaturdayand Sunday r or W ed jif b The snow went off Thursday with a big rain and give us a LtMr and Mrs1W L Fletche 1 spent last Friday Visiting friends andjrelatives in GradYville Mr Warn Moore was in Columbia Thursday and bought 2000 pounds of flour The creek got up while he was gone and in crossing he got part of his flour wet 1j George Cole sold a span of mules to Mr Elbert Nell of Gra dyville for the sum of 240and bought a mare of Elbert for one hundred dollars They also swapped wagons wtih the former get- tIng 10 dollars to boot Mr J R Yates made a busi ness trip to Columbia last Thursday and while there he bought 500pounds of flour z Squire William Harvey was transacting business in this com munity Tuesday ands spent the night with his sister Mrs J H Moore r All Mr and Mrs Tildon Wheeler visited their i parents Mr I and Mrs Garmon near Breeding last week 1 Ifcana Mrs Tom Cole were visiting Mr and Mrs j H tMooreastveek h Mrs Clay Wilfnlhas rented a store thou e Qm Charlie Sparks and is moving hers new goods this week Mr Otho Mopre went on the mail route from Grady ville to Edmonton Thursday and it rained all la iart Lleg fus high he could not cross and he put up with Mr JJS Kinnard for the night jf t = n i 3E 3E 3t3B flJSUREJ a f I CJBDU t f y Mr iL More after pendl ofI A JohnieIN Walbert arid Charlie Gowen spent Saturday night at the home J of JL Moore Mr anti Mis Warn v ooretz have a very sick baby at this wijtln Mr nriMis Porter MEnglaricT were t ptof Mand Mijs Geo CotmTaiit Saturday night C The postoffice at Weed hasi Cha hand Mrs Frank Fir q IiMrMoore made a business trip to Columbia last Monday Russell Springs News is scarce this week ther creeks being full and delayed C the mail and not many coming in Mr Phil Grider is erecting a large store building on Mafo street just below Acres grocery storeHerschel Humble visited R S A Thursday and enrolled for himself and brothetvMrs Ermine Wilson was quite ill last week but is now better tr rMr Will Falkenburg the popu lar contractor from Jamestown t has secured the contract to erect two cottages for Mr lI ft Woods having just completed two fine houses A Literary society was organi fed at the R S A with a great interest manifested Wm Irvin of Oklahoma pur chased the cottage owneda occupied byJVEiss Alice WpoJen consideratIon r60bi 1 Bro Pehriycuff haTs been quife sick for at couple 6f weeks JI mr = aQBE3 I Your Lives I Your H omesa urns Your Your Live Stocka Against Accident TMurreH Miller I 111E1rJSlG i AUCTIONEER Will buy andsell anything under the Sun Will arrange Private Sales are at Auction If you have anything to I dispose of drop mea postal and I will do the rest Satisfaction 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Sash Doors and Blinds Columns oIt hi iofeveYy description Our stock of Siding r iJ 1 t Gelling Flooring and all kinds of Mould J ek JJ t ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber t Ii r We can furnish agiy material needed iii iJj mi our line and keep the largest and bestL HJ assorted stock of Finishing Material ofaq i any firm in this section of the Phone 44 4 StateI h Y SANDUSKYCMP ANYeOIJlVQ3I ENruCKY if ti Irl l IfJ 1 1 f1if rlf ff l IIffj JfBorn to the wife of Winfield Grids Jan 17th a daughter Mother and child doing well v Arrangements are being made for a good play tpbe given by the pupils of the R S A on Feb 22 R AJonesand Mr Bartleson trace ding men where in town Wednday night I Miss Bezsie Young of near r- Stapp Springs spent several days at Russell Spring last week Born to the wife of J Porter the 17th a boy Mr Sydney Holt and wife a RugellSaturday v Threwere 20 new pupils en rolled at the R S A last week u fr I Miss Maudie Smith and Miss Luttrell ofthe R S A visited their respective homes atFoo Hill over Sundayat iy Mrs FL Wilson was seriously ill during the last few days f Mr Otho Vaughan retUniedtQ i his home at Somerset after vfeit ing friends here several diys tl r iJj T Tt i r rI f I f i- jl to 2 t f J f il THE ADAIR COU 1 YNEWS i i r l v wv l JIC Cvin 7I 1yI 1111 f 111111I K7fX i HUBUCH BROS WEILENOOBFF i INCORPORATED 71 r Successors to Hubbuch Bros rAn Old Firm in a New Garb o m I 7K f t 4 We are the same people as strong as ever before The same V pitarsD t v v DS 1 CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FINE WALL iv n PAPER IE ttt Will be takengcare of in the consciehcious manner as ever Jbef ore s- A int 7K I n HUBBUOH BROS WELLENDORFF jE v LOUISVILLE KY I 522522 Vf MARKET STr XV w7K CnC71CiICkrn JI i= See our 24 Gauge Cleat in Cap o put on like tin roof without any nails is better than any rin 0 roof It will last a life time without We carry in stock V Crimp f and Iron Gravel Rubber andall kinds Paper roofing J Dehlei Sios 116 E market St Set 1st BKook 4 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Wholesale w7iC andA 1 t Theaters FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE I 7li I t FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS i E Louisville Kentuckyr 5 rl r The Adair County News and CourierJournal ithlOnc year for 15Q t J r f t j1ii Program The Fifth Sunday Meeting of the South Cumberland River As sociation will be held with Pray dence CHurch Adair county o n 29th and 30th of January J9KL Mn i 1st Devotional exercises pas tor V 2nd Introductory sermon = J Smith A E Cooper Alt r nate 3rd Organization 4th Miscellaneous NOON 1st Distinguish between ban and church fellowship J R Barrettm2nd What is the most effect ive means in the hands of God in bringing the world to Christ =A E Cooper and W A Breeding Adjournment SUNDAY 9 A M relationi tho s t 0 churchworkS D Foley B F Vails and E Bryant 2nd Discuss the necessary qualifications o f a minister i this ageB H Blair SB Conl and J W Grider h3rdDeenen J M Pierce Alternate Subject Missions V Saintly Guides An Englishman Having bus ness in a certain Danish town arrived at the railway statio He inquired of a group of men standing near the way to the house he wanted whereupon on of them offered to go with him and show him With recollections of what such a service meiit in England he said I dont want a guide But surely you asked us to show you th way said one of them Yes but I dont want a guide My dear sir I am not a guide I a the bishop Pats Eye epened An Irishman more patriotr than clever enlisted a goon regiment with the intention of becoming a gallant The fencing instructor hade perienced rather a difficult Jnin the matter of explaining to him the various ways of using the sword wouPuse the sword if your o patonent feinted Bedad said Pat with gleam ing eyes Id just tickle him shamming with the point to see if he wasI Battleships or Goodfcoads The Brooklyn the splendid battleship which carried Admiral Schieys flag into Santiago Bay and did its part in ridding our Atlantic coast of tile Spanish fleet has been relegated to the scrapheap This vessel built at cost of several million dollars scarcely eleven years ago is now nothing lout junk and all the millions consumedin its construc tion are gone Thiswill in great part why in sixteen years our naval expenditures have grown from 22000000 135000000 or more than six fold while in the same period the population has grown only from 66000000 to 89000000 Fashions in battleships change almost as frequently and almost as arbitrarily as the fashions in women he dgeari The Drought d n of 1909 jnakes all t crui ers and btttleaKijpii fipr J4t j k iI K vious build so vulnerable as to tie Ollwere in the face of the Merrjmac ifi the waters off Frotress Monroe in- I Civil War times V If some of the mijlibns now be ing expended in fotr wars that will never come were t devoted to the making of good roads and improving inland waterWays our vast pppulatipn would be better Housed and bet ter fed It is clear that it is nit battleships this country need but better means of getting fco j subjectsfovex your Ceirigr ess man whence solicits ypur yotel r The Ideal Subscriber1 Editorhow I you for next years paper and I thought d come in and pay And Jones is going to take it and tthis is his money here I shut down lending it to him a a then coaxed him to try itayear Here btrthey d look good in the paper and IieerepickedexpresslYy for you and here is a pumpkin fiom Jennie she thought she must serid omething too Youre getting out a mighty good paperas all of our family agree just keep your annd give bad men a good one for me And now you are chuck full of takineyour time as I have things of my own to tend too so good day sirI I believe I will climb Ex 191 r i Strawberries t aes much as any beginner should at tempt at first says theFruitman I land Garderner and that acre should be put into the highest possible condition of fertility Coyer it over this winter with ood barnyard manure at the ate of about fifteen tons to the acre spread it evenly If you have land available thatprevious l potatos ot then take the next best acre available Next spring plow this manure under setting your plow oldri over When the plow lays the slide of soil upon its edge the manore is held between the slices or fur rows near the surface while if the plow isset so thatit will invest theslice of soil the manure will be throw directly on the under side and ifit is coarse strawy manure it will interfere with capillary action Italic nia nure cover d ground be properly plowed it is an easy matter to mix the manure with the soil arid thus make it spongy and capable of holding lairge quantities of I moisture A Wild Buzzard Raging brings danger sufferingoften death to thoussids who take colds xcoughs anr are ed up nostrils lower part of no e sore chills and fever pain in back of cout0g life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery 60e bottle me writes A LDunn of Pine V ley Miss after beg lid up three weeks with Grip Eor sore Hemorragea Coughs Colds w1iOOJ i Cough Bronchitis Asthma Its su preme 50c LOO IGaarsnteed by Paull Drug Go LoSTlHA brown bird dog white tip8 hheer O4tJ f K1 t i 4 1ii Yih r t r 1r I Selfishhjess is Suicidal SUfietslidies a failure fiutlhe who be comes regenerate ind li1T es to serve has foundvtlte ieare sucpdss true haijipinessy 11 growth and eternal life t x Brother whoa you Join lf01 your age nigener tion 4J1e Qsttershine brighten where You go or Ido you cast1 a shadow on the niliving clean tisi less clean of ficials and clean government is y sickre that makes for righteousness afld true progress Jftheydung fpi = qf your example are thY on the safe Way to noble m Iboodapd womanhood Haye you the self control essential for the highes t success Do you direct yourI forces to the hst 1spendiI1gstance where they will do the rlknt Some are spending more on ta= bacco and other nacotics than on efJliquor monopolies than they have to feed the hungry clothe the naked or protect the weak Some evenwhohave professed Christare far more interested in commercialism tIjll tliey a InC rlstJsm t ei Feeding for Winter ggs1 Here is the bjill of fare one experienced pouitryman recommends l for producing the greatest quantity ofeggs give thehen a sufficient variety and quantity to meet all the needs ofi her sysI IproductIOng teen minutes or half an hour with good relish enough grain during the day so that she will goto roost witha crop moderately full neigher distendednor nearly empty green food in the a mash or separately more heating food in winter than msumnier afday for each pound she weighs is about right for the average hen I In cut bone faslitjtli gradually increased u ikI dozen hens get one x pound of bones While some pbultrymeh feed it daily we Relieve every other day is often enough This t will depend attpgether upon conditions Active fowls can safe r IJJ ly eat more of it vthan the slug gish ones as more will be con = sumed in building up the tissues and organs of theK body espec l callY whereahe qth r foods are 1e lacking innitrageneous elements Aiittle careful experience and closeiobseryatiprirwiil prove the best guide in feeding u The Republican insurgents and 1kanhwarfarenwill be waged relentlessly on both foral his A iiievoicengWatever in the distribution of patronage d t jiFor Sale Eight whiteJefhorn cock erakat 50 eta eftcha if youwanttli ni dote and ftt them atonce v tt 1121 kx JtloN Conotrei d r lr M r fJ i f Iij L C N TlmeCard V In eirect llo day Dec 3 11908 Jff i SOUTH BOUND RAIN tv tpUISVILLB An LEBANON 942ainNo23vvj8a5amNo75 DptNo30pmf r 9 PM p 4 NORTHBOUND fRAlx Lv LiB VJtL It rO750ar 1U15amg piaIlUlLj Ii WfLMORE Hot w Ia culbtaoi S Pttopt f FirstClass Table Good Sample JRppme 1ts Feed Stable 0 fl Reasonable Rates H l GRftb YllrbLeJ U 15 DwCrenshpw i 1 VETERINARY SflRGEON iT fSpecial Attnetin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 ain M9nILOCATION NEAft ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVLLE STREET rl Res Phone 29 Office Phone 4Q r Dr James Triplets r Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENT- UCKdWunhat Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN 1 JEFFRIES BUiLDING J PHONE NO 40 RING t COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph It Stone Attoney At Law f Will pradtice inrthis and adjoining counties JantstownKent cky r sc4 4fed- rnstlwaot ffiett pucify Thfaiis el 1ac Fub boo Onhw= cripdeeU en rta Z7n uaKcytes 5ebefbs t psateA HudeeIM ajeah cote mimes Pattern ataioqtet sos n4 l rmfam Cataop cbewlap b JLUMM TUB KeCATX CIXt U Ted Issac Finkelstein the barrow Df Ludlow street New Yqrkv City was found trapped in his tunnel like a rabbit initsr warren Miners had been diggingfprjhim for 36 hours Nothing more infixrj r erabYThad fever been seen He lay under j the middle of the street a crush ed miry semblance of a man his face in the dirt his hands stretch wardthe vaults of the East Side branch of the Fourteenth street f banki and the fdiamondS in the window of a jewelry store nexttoar Ti Y1 fN ftvf l r V 7vw r v r r t fv tot w vvJ 1Jh 7 i 4 1a I t ir i i 11 tz r l fl i r 1fo TI I rf J t 0 l tr w t fJIo r I IJ c 7ilto 10 f IJ l l r t ViV 1t1 ir9j fI 3I i J l TE COUNTY NErf Q v LWomans Beauty iSdlne women retain their b6aiity to an advanced lllit agerapidlyf themv y Nearly all wpmeii suffer more or less with some form fem le trouble It should not be ie Iected takingCatduiBegin at once and give Cardula fair trial IAKECARDUI It Will Help Yoia M5rs Katie Burlison Gforeville Ill tried Car ui and writes I suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand 1on my feet FinallY I legn to take Cardui andsoon began to Now I amable to do all my housework and am in much fbetter health than I was Before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES f EII a Jr r a Hlalth of this nimnity is L good at present Mary Gobdin who has 1Jtotver for someaime isinr slowly r Mr Oscar Sin l itfromPellyt ton was visiting atJTB AbrellsI last Tuesday night rhe boys put in good time kiinthig during the cold weather r rG B Williams has caught- tw gray foxes Mr James Smiley lost avery ri valuable mare one day last week Miss Mollie Adley is oh the 1si urg one day last week Mr Lawrence Brockman of Bt l Abrel for 150 will move to it soon t MB Dillingham and Mr Owen Beard were here one day rlast week on business Mrs Mag Ferryman who has been sick for some time is in proving slowly Miss Cleo Pitch and bothery of Russell county visited Miss Pearl Williams last Saturday 4 ftigiit and Sunday t Mss Emma Hardwick visited Lizzie Abrei one daypast week Miss Mattie Ayers visited the- iailQf J B Abrell lastatur i i y Newsy1yr V Rowes X Roads r Profr J B Dudley is teaching a class in vocal music atLiberty- ft i Rev T P r Compton has pray Wedt1esdayf1 aJim Hadley and Virgil Patten r t lfCa ey County passed here en route to Albany They were ii witnesses in the Han1orisand 6oriner case It will be reniem j Bred that Connerkilled Hm nons lastfyean Fi wasacquitt eds 1 r Sitn otikes losta 200mare last week IIIy Jonathan B akeyl st the only I rseh0 possessed last weekj i trjfollpwing persons have iiea ere since mylast letter Qki J WeW iames Lawless Mrs Slater Ramsey Garfield iarnT 1 r tie y Js baby Luther Selby s baby and vcijiuMeSaiit Long There Ii isimhch sickness here now i John Inman cut his foot lat wee yJthan axeAHe liked to z unI hYs oldahoe i jF ll ICK1nIebuilding3s A lt5 f t f t irv Itf 1 tombstone shop at this place Born to the wife of Finis Mc Kinley last week a boy mother and baby doing finet t Lige Coffey has moved to the John Payne farm v Miss Flora Lee Cook was visiting ifat Sam Aarons this week Jack Campbell of the U S Army is at home for awhile He is in good health Hifs time wl not be out for a year Kniflcy Cold weather t still continues and work of Tall kindare at a standstill r Jhe health of this section is good at this time v- Mrs Fannie Knifleyand children visited her father andtnotli eri Mr and Mrs J B Russell last Sunday MrDGvCuhdiff and Wife ofV Terre Haute Ind1s on a visit to Mrs Guodiff nCther Mrs Rettie Hancock Mr and Mrs Gundiff have been absent from the Stated for five years Mrs C E fWalker moved to Mrs Ethel Russells place last week for this year Oscar Arnold and wifeHaveI moved to M E tJorbins farm for the present year- Columbia l r The mail failed to t reach this place one day last week on account of high water in Casey Creek v Mr W A Humphress passed through herefcOne day last week en route to his daughters Mrs J Williams Rices f Du Louis Holt the horse doc to was n our town one day last week r + i Miss Annie Royse is teaching a i subscription school at the Parnell chureh with twenty scholars PrbfJl 0 C beli will teach a class in vocal music at this place f in then ai future Fred Humphress made abiisi tress triQ to our town ote daY last i 2 weelc o v rThe pike from here to Wilsons creek is hearing completion as orrlylmiles remains to be built Ofte very goodway to get ones nose do in to the grindstone isto stick itjinto other peoples busir tressrx I i aA Wrecked Mistake tp endure the itchingpamful distress of Piles Thems no need to Listen fl suf fyred m from Pileswrites Will A Marsh ofOliver CatYN C tti 1 I got a box pf Buckifng Arnica Salyefahd usOOt cured u Burns Bois tJlcer Fever Sores Eczema utChapped ands Chilblains yanish beforeit 25c i tPat1ILDrut Co tJ iL t ftk 1 f t i t o r 1c Jtr t Gentrys Mill We have had some snow and winter weather for the past two weeks The healthofthis section is not very writing v Mr H T lair Is greeting a new barn I Mr Nell Bjrockman5 sold a pair of yearling oxenMasfrweek to Mi Jo Wilson V t 4r Hyram Blair is spending his leisure time intheblacksmith shop repairing a turning lay for Mr Fred Shaw of Sano V- Mr C C McAnally and fam ily 6f Sano have moved over in our community Mr Tommie Whited of thisI plree has mbvedtp Mr Joe Kin netts place Russell Springs fhurlow r IMr George Perkins sold one of work oxen to Jim Anderson for 11000 and bougHt a yoke from Charley Perkins for r 10000 v Charlie Perkins bought a nice Dair of work mules from IiCarter 25800 John Carter bought a young mare from Charlie Perkins for 1QMQ Mr Dempsy Handy and daugh ter Miss Gertie andMrs J P Brown areori the sick list Miss Tilda Neagle who has been indelicate health for sometime improves very slowly i Hubbard Lasley aworthy col ored boy is danderoiisiy ickI with pnuemonia Rev Jv P Vanhoy filled his regular appointment at Mt Lebanon last Sunday Misses Lizzie Neagle arid Ruth Helmhave entered school at Gampbjellsville since the hplli days Crawford joy visited his ncleI Ben Loy of Greehsburg Friday night E H Hendersbn and Bradley Gupton Thursdaytfrom a visit to relatives in Wash in ton county r S L Pruett and Latha Hen derson left last Tuesday for the Louisville tobacco market r Miss Dixie Henderson has returned from an extended visit withher aunt Mrs pro Taylor Qf Lleiown Mr Asa Barter recenty sold- businessOut and woundup his and with his family and brother inlaw B F Price took the train for Loisville to make that their future home We wish them well ihtheir new home i THe citizens of the B T S Pool tin this z section were sumj TImqned to meet in Gre n burg last Saturday where a special meeting was heldr The public roads through this section especially from Liletown to Greerisbtirg over which s o ijiuch heavy h ullingis done is getting in a very badcondition trapping seems tobe the chief dccuijatioii with some of our citizens Since the weather lids been too severe for other work Mr Frank Clark being champion he paving caught11worth of furs in les than 0ne Week t UMr 20 the Jrvin has bought the colored school house and lot from Capt Ev Fi Tucker for the sum Qf 4000also purchased a splendid set pf blacksmith tools and has conyerle the school house onto a shop and has i opened up Lf WOJ l fi z iJt1f 7j 1 i i 1 tr I Fact rid Fancy J 4tSparrows have thrpe broods a year JV girl in a Cosy corner is worth two at a pink tea Samuel Colt was only fifteen when he invented his famous revolver It should be every womans ambition to live up to her best photograph The largest gold coin is the loof of Anann It is worth 315 We know that perseverance is the price of successbut if we would only understand that it is always payable in advance Petroleum when first discovered was sold in small vials as a rheumatism cure A good way to annoy a girl is to ask her when you see her In anew dress where she got it dyed Morocco leather can only be made of goatskin The secret of its delightful odor is unknown- in Europe A manayunk man hasnt spoken to his wife for fifteen years He explans that he doesnt want to interrupt her v Short Stops Keep off treacherous thin ice Is the real big stick a sugar stick It is also chilly for those who lack shelter food and fire Would the use of stovaine make one indifferent to the cold weather In making its students study the University of Chicago is setting a noble precedent IIdiseasesurably better than lot air Washington should have pure milk not that it makes much difference to the congressmen The trustworty goosebone indicates an erratic winter But are not all our winters erratic iBrazil and Sweden have signed an arbitration treaty Now all they need is something to arbi trate It is a pity that the white plague continues to stalk abroad when there is so much tfrEsh air at large The world certainly is growing better The number of people who write it Xmas is gradual ly decreasing Having led the world in a tour around the globe our navy is now proposing to lead in development at home As the new Chinese minister to this country cannot speak a word of English how in the world is he going to ask ques tions The idea of putting in meters tO measure telephone talk is gdod but will it be possible to devise meters that will standNthe strain Twice nothing is nothingbut that rule does not apply when it comes to figuring on the temperature that is twice as cold as zero Cornell university says there are to be no more babies after 2059 A D and dealers in baby goods will have to make hay while the stork flies Philadelphia scientists say that the missing link has been discov eked in the cultured chimpanzee As an alternative we suggest the giver ofmonkeydinners ii ri i 4S t r tXX KLY IoIrI1ie s e A DOTH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I BOTH ONE YEARQ I For 1 I I Q if you will give or send your order to this I papernot to the CourierJournal I DailfCourierJournal Yr 600 I e o Sunday CourierJournal Yr OOIWe can give you a combination cut Irte on paper Daily or Sunday if you will writeI tX iX ssoeebsiee E sas Kermit Roosevelt recently killed two bongoes We dont know just what a bongo is but the probabilities are that it is just as fierce a maneater as the yam yamThe Ohio authority says that drunkenness is an evidence of in sanity It is quite generally agreed now that it is a disease but we still continue to treat it legally as a crime The Yale alumnus who offers a reward of 100000 to the per son who discovers an adequate remedy for tuberculosie evident ly does not accept the theory that fresh air is a sure cure I know the mule i s much maligned by many who talk and write about him but there is no animal that is easier to handle if treated kindly says Mr W D Neale in Farm and Fireside con tinning Not long ago 1 was talk ingto a successful grower ofmules who said that he would rather break a team of mules than a team of horses the mules not be ing nearly so nervous and stead ier Bowers Kindness is his pol icy in dealing with them There is no doubt that the mule is as susceptible to decent treatment as any other animal and it is not necessary for a man to be armed with a club when driving a span of mules I have seen mules whose dispositions had not been warped by brutal treatment so dependable that the owner was able to drop the lines at any time and do whatever work he had in hand without fear of their running or raising a disturbance S6 I take off my hat to the mule whether he be from Missouri or any other State in the Union for he is the farmers friend his burdenbearer and a money maker wherever you put him Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being made more safe through the work of hr Kins New Life Pith in ConstipatfonBillious- nee8 Dyspepsia Indigestion Liver troubles Kidney Diseases and Bowe Disorders Theyre easy butt sure and perfectly build up the health 25c at paull Drug Co f t r l b i i Helm We are having some very bad weather at this writing Mud is plentiful Mr T M Littrell of Albany representing Grinstead Tinsley Louisville was in our midst one day last week Mrs J S Wooldridge who has been on the sick list is reported better Mr James Golf a tobacco merchantlone Mrs H B Heim who has been on the sick list for a few days is better at this writing Misses Maggie Wooldridge and Ghoul Helm of this place were shopping in Creelsboro one day last week Messrs Sam Campbell and Bob Higginbottom passed here last Friday night on the Str Rowena en route for Bowling Green where they will attend school May they have good success Mr James Dartie and Miss Hazel Thurston were married in Jamestown the 12th inst Wish them a long and merry life Miss Nona Blankenship visited Miss Dona Helm one day last week Mr Jay May ward is the Sticl cessful hunter in our midst having caught eight gray and one red Hurrah for you Jay Str Harley of Nashville made her first trip up to G creek last week Miss Helene Helm who has had r a very bed cold is some better at this writing Mr Marcus Wooldridge of this 1 place was out last week tryingto r buy a mule Mr J E Wooldridge of this place caught a nice red fox and brought it home a live last Sato day the 15 v The Adair County News one year ands r theDaily CourierJournal treemonthi for 175 In order to take advantage of this offer you must subscribe during the months of January February aJl S March Su benoVt 1 I t S tr lEE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSs Gradyviiie Plenty of snow and cold weat- HI J r er vV Thelocation of the Gradyviiie Bank is the question now Y The tobacco in this section is about all sold Mr W W Yates and wife have been on the sick list for the past week or so Mr Noe and MrM Winfrey of Columbia stopped over for the night at the Wilmore House last Friday Al Pedigo of Glasgow was with us a day or so of last weekr looking for mules and horses Mr Geo H Nell returned from Cumberland county last Wednesday with a nice bunch of cattle that he bought at the mar ket price Several of our citizens were called before the grand jury at Columbia last week Dr J H Grady of Milltown was in our midst last Friday and while here sold his saddle horse to Al Pedigo of Glasgow for 200 Walker Bros of Nell passed through here last week with several hogsheads of tobacco en route to Columbia where it will be shipped to Louisville The roads from this place to Columbia was never in a wore condition They are nearly impassable in placesIWe need a pike Mr J M Wilson who hasr been confined to his room for several weeks with a complication of diseases is reported to be improving at this time Mr Tilden Wheeler one of our progressive farmers sold a span of mules one day last week to Al Pedigo of Glasgow for 410 The work on Mrs AA Hoys dwelling i s progressing nicely considering the weather When Completed will be a nice conven lent and uptodate house Mr Samuel Baker one of the best blacksmiths as well as farmers called in to see us on his return from Columbia last Friday and handedyour reporter a J dollar with the instruction to have the Adair County News one of the best county papers yin the Stave sent to him for one year Mr Taylor Pickett of Spring pield Ill spent several days in this section last week buying cattle under one year old at a fancy price Mr Pickett expects to buy a carload before he leaves the county Mr J H Holladay one of the eldest school teachers in the county will begin a three months subscription school here next Monday Mr Holladay has aivery good school made up we take it that there will be uite a number more in attend ance than have subscribed Messrs Lazarus Altsheler of Horse Cave stopped at the Wilmore House last Tuesday night with twelve mules that they bought in Columbia on Monday at fancy prices GlensforR Lr j r I J A Chapman sold his farm on Glensfork k1wnas the Pascal Willis farm to Mr Summers- o t Columbia Mr Chapman bought a farm down in Mississip pi and has gone there now to See after it- Finis Thomas and wife will 0 leave for the State Pt4iisii8sippi frr f ij T 5 soon where they expect to make their future home lLCUBlahT bought a fine Pear codk colt from Leonard Lawhorn Ifor65 he alsobought one from Walter Gluff Mrs B S Miller and two chil dren visaed M E Blair last Thursday Thomas awleyandwife left1 here a few days ago for Shep ardsville Ky 1 ISR Taylor sold a cow to Sam Sandusky for 35 Dr Blair sold Bascum Garnett 301Wley one mule for 120IThe school at this place is progressing nicely under the management of EliStrange Mrs William Harvey is very low at this writin with pneumonia l Ade Willis son of Tim Willis died Jan 19th He had been very low with consumption for quite a while Mrs J W Marshallwhile coming from the spring last Sat urday fell and broke one of her legs Born to the wife of Clay Wining Jan 8tha girl Born to the wife of Johnie1 Grider Jan 14th ai irIt Born to the wife of Tommie Samuels Jan 18th a son Bob Tay16r of this place has gone into the poultry business We have two corn mills in our town and an exchange for wheat and flour three dry goods storesI one drug store one school house two church houses preaching twice a month Sunday School every Lords day and our town has a population of abont 125 Jon We are having another spell of snow and coldWeatherandtheb- oys are having agr od time rsdb bIt hunting r The carpenters have stopped work oh Mrs Mariah Powell and Mrs AE Cabbell houses on account of the bad weather will commence again soon Mrs Alvin Youngwhohas- been f dangerously ill is improv ing slowlysAunt Polly Montgomery who fell some time ago and hurt her self is some better Miss Mattie Young who ac companied her uncle Jas Cabbell of Bosworth Mo home a few weeks ago has entered school and will remain some time Mrs H P Barger and little daughter Mattye were visiting- the sick of the neighborhood last Wednesday Notwithstanding the bad win ter Mr GB Yates has kept theI S S open and running at Mr Fayette Sonw of Misouri who has been visiting his many faiends and relatives in this county will leave for home in a few days Our merchant Mr Kirtley is paying 30 cents for eggsbut there is not many to sell at that price Mr Eldridge Barger left for Georgia a few days ago to engage in teaching Misses Eva and Elva Barger have entered the L WT S ILoST A brown bird dog white tips on her hind feet Information of herp iwhr b6ut wanted W CEnDIj git b 0 ltUlwati I f fPr AsiiT iKi OC pellham i The health of this community is very good at this writing MisLoreh Bradley was visiting theE sister in Louisville last weesMrs Jennie Smith and Missi Maggie Hutchison attended the sale at Campbellsville last Wed nesday and Thursday Mr James Suddarth was in Taylor county lastweek on busi ness Mr Bud Pendleton of Louisville was visiting Messrs v James and Clay Suddarth last week Mr Billie Todd of Cane Valley visited John Will Cundiff last Saturday night Miss Mary Squires entered the weekIMiss Myrtie Squires of this neighborhood is teaching a class ot music in Taylor county Mr and Mrs Roger Pages little infant girl has been quite sick for the past week but is better at this writing We are sorry to learn Mrs Nona Dohoney is worse at this writing The young people of this community attended a social at Mrs Bud Shepherds of the Mt Pleas ant neighborhood and all reported a nice time Mr and Mrs Joe Todd were visiting in this neighborhood last week from Camp Knox Mr Todd and family will start for Kansas City at ah early date We regret very much to give Mr Todd and his estimable wife up and we wish they would decide to stay in sunny old Kentucky IJ A Neagles was inthisi neighborhood last week looking for tobacco R L Faulkner bought several crops of tobacco in this com munity last week Mr Frank Shepherd sold to Mr Bob Feese of fane Valley 1 3 Iheae of sheep for 65r f John Will CundiffsoIdhiscrop- of tobacco for 3 arid 6 dollars per hundred Ji Mr Bennie Hancock sold his crop of tobacco to Mr Jim Dul worth for 11 cents per pound S r p c Coburg t Your humble scribe has been so dilatory in reporting the news from this section that he is al most ashamed to ask recognition again but perhaps a New Year resolution may help us to do bet ter Owen Stubbshas moved into his new house recently com pleted A A Cowherd butchered ax Chester white hog on the 11th of this month that measured six feet from the tip of his nose to his tail and weighed over 700 pounds gross its tail was 18 inches long and its body measured 28 inches through It net nearly 600 pounds t Geo Sublett son of J T Sub lett who spent the holidays with his parents has returned to school at Campbellsville Mrs TS Scott boarded Mr James Sublett contractor and his crew of hands during the time of building the Tompson house Farris Bridgwater bought several hundred barrels of corn at 325 td3 50 at gathering time and will feedvit to stock in the Spring Jar and WrsLand Scott of iiji Lt GI a r Bowling Green who visited relatives here during the holidays returned home last week prospects for jthe coming IThe of wheatdthrQughout this section was never worse It started into the winter weak and sickly fully infested with Hes sian fly eggs K the severe winter does not destroy the eggs of the fly which is hardly probable the crop is almost sure to prove a failure In view of this it holdIanother year Examine all wheat that was up by Oct 20th and see if we are not about right On Saturday 8th the stockof goods sold by Owen Stubbs to Richardson Bros was closed out at auction and the building closed up except for Post Office pur poses A house and all its contents belonging to Wilson Groves of durIingnegro and his aged wife in very destitute circumstances- R H Christie of Haskins ville merchant and farmer sold his burley tobacco crop to John Cabell for 12 cents per pound This was perhaps the best all round large crop raised in this section Since our last report the farm known as the Massie farm and owned by J T SuMett has been sold to Mr Joseph B Tom pson faLmlc1006oi an Increase of more than 50 per cent in value within five years Mr Sublett desires to goodfschools Oas to educate his child ren He will locate in Kentucky if hecan find a farm to suit him if riot he will go West iThe winter so far has proven very severe to the farmers With a short corn crop not enough for home consumption j it begins to look like that 1t Feb ruary proves a hard monthand VIper lingers In the lap of Spring there is prospects of much suffering in store for livestock yet j Mr James Sublettu thecon r tractor to build Mr Tompson a house on the farm recently pur = t chased from J T Subblett will complete the work this week beginning the work in Decem ber He went right along through the severe weather with his crew of hands and will turn over toMr cTompson a house which for material design and workmanship can not be surpassed by any farm home in all this country If the scheme of Thomas W Lawson and the burley tobacco society should prove a success the dumpers as the independents are called are in it for a big price for their tobacco This deal cuts offthe supply of The American Tobacco Company which must come from some source hence good prices will be paid by this company for the non pooled tobacco A plan and specification for a large Equity barn in Greeiisburg has been gotten up It will be 50x96 feet and 26 feet to the eaves and contain 53000 feet of lumber and will cost something near 3000 i J Longstreef We are having plenty 6f rain and snow at present Oar tpada are getting iaoet i it 1 t 7 t J f J i t Ji itf r I l Wuitlson Lewisr sbrGreensbarg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EtCHv Studebaker YJ Birdsel1f i i nilburn A = =WagonsrA car load of Oliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters atI One= Horse Corn Drills rdI I tWill have the greatest and finest display rof Buggies and otHer Vehicles ever sHown in this Green River Qoqntry ready for r Spring tradeFLI- IE j 1 r5J AtT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE s L JJ J ViII deliver any kind of Farmr v Implements at any station on the L N RR i r t t 1 XsTlieMerchant Mail orders promply attended to t r r Pie Lou isville Trust GOfI16rIi t Ora ra e3vjunder specialcharter for the safe keeping o valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust oust nisssi cl authorized to acta many part of the State as Executor Admin i trator Trustee Guardian Assignee Receiver and to fill every P si individuali rl r V fIt imparftial management by its assets its corporate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great n ancial strength TilE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ONE DOLLAR A YEAR L impassable in places l thisneighborIKobd js not so gpat present Aunt Casirah Foley one of our best neighbors passed away one night this week to the Saints last resting place We believe that she was a good loving companion and mother She was aI member ofthe Baptist church at Friendship Mrs Foley was at devoted Christian and ever ready to give an answer of the hope she had in her Savior and tQ do all the good she could t Mrs John Thomas is very sick at this writing LIMr S B Wade is selling corn at 400 per barrel J 0 Rexroat and J W Brad leyj while out hunting game killed a mink apiece Mr Rex rpat got two dollars for his and Mr Bradley got three fifty Mr Robert Carter of Cray craft wasraitang his Ififter Mrs placerT I S r r r wYoI lP I l t r tr one day last week Mr Marcus Wooldridge was here one day last week Mr M F M ini6i ussell Springs was here one day last week looking for produce Mr J B Smith of Fonthill was here one day last week Mr J C Gaskin of Eller kill ed a large snake on Jan 17 that measuredover four feet long Mr Frank Irvin has moved back to his home Just beyond Fonthill We regret very much to give Mr Irvin up The school at Clear Spring was out one day last week jir Fihley r gave the children an ejdjgon at night which Tesuitei iri mttch fun f o r both old and YoUng Some bad behavior is Reported tThe Rev A E Cooper of this place has two arms in the standing army They haves zone over twelve months and IiIhasJ- lOtheardfrom biitaraeChrie- sins rtr1 1 t i w 5t fJov J hAT