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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t i FM UnI tto l VOLUMF Xll COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1910 NUMBER 16 Death of Dr H L Cartwright- The intelligence of the death of Dr Henderson L Cartwright brother of Dr W F Cartwright this place reached Columbia last Friday afternoon to lateFit but a few daysfeThe deceased was born and reared near Glenville in Adair county He was f a man of strong intellect and a very eminent physician He was a man who sought knowledge and onlYa few years ago he took a post graduateS course in New York City He was a great reader firm in his convictions and had no hesitancy in expressing his pinion upon National and State ques tions He stood for everything design ed to better the condition of the G community in which be lived and was a foe to lawlessness of every character The deceased leaves one child a married daughter who resides in one of the Southern States and two brothers to the writers knowledge One broth er lives in the South the other one as above statedhereIIThe remains were removed from Burkesville to Breeding this countytl where after religious exercises Saturday be forenoon were interred by the side of his companion who died many years agoThe deceased was about sixtyone years old and had been serving man To from youth to the day of his demise Dr W F Cartwright reached his brothers bedside a few hours before the final dissolution is Peace to his memory heartfelt sympathy Ito to the only child a daughter the surviving brothers and other relatives Program it Program for Missionary Society to or be held at the Baptist church Thursday in afternoon at 1 oclock Feb 24 I LeaderMrs A D Pattesonr SubjectAfricatlMusic Lina Rosenfield Bible ReadingEach member expected to respond PlayerIn behalf of AfricatRoll call Each member to respond with an item from Africa SelectionAlice Walker k f dory of LivingstonMrs Butl rbBusiness Hymn Lords Prayer Card of Thanksil We are made to realize more forcibly than ever that language is a means ofrf concealing rather than revealing ours thoughts consequently our gratitude to the people of Russell Springs are inexpressible When our dear baby Dowe ell was in the balance between Timet and Eternity our many friends were ever present to render all assistance in human power Then when Dowells young spirit was finally summoned to heartedaus ness and sympathy and made us feel k we were undoubtedly living among the best people on earth Now through thecolums of the News let us tender our most sincere thanks and gratitude for their many deeds of kindness Dr and Mrs Jno D Combestb Notice On Monday the 7th day of March 1910 we will offer for sale at the courthouse door in the town of Columbia Ky at or about 1 oclock pIn ona credit of six months to the highest ande best bidder the Brick school house and lot known as the Public School property in west Columbia School District This propertris partof lot No 21 as desig nated on the plan and map of the town of Columbia Ky and is the same pro perty conveyed to Trustees of School District No 74 by deed from Sallie Field etc deed recorded in deed book No8 page 342 of the Adair County l Court Clerks Office The purchaser of this property will be required to ex ecute bond withapproved sureity for the purchase price bearing 6 per centI interest with a lien retained on pro perty The right to reject any and all bids is reserved There is upon thi lot an ordinary size brick building whic can be easily converted a dwelling This property is well located in a good neighborhood and is very desirable pro perty M Cravens Chairman of Board of Trustees of Columbia Graded Common School ou will rates bargains if Sou fail to fee in Columbia next Friday Stapp Bros Sale is billed and many good horses vehicles and harness will be told The wife of Chalmus Powell of the Bear wallow neighborhood died Satur t1M The Enumerators There were thirtytwo applicants for enumerators examined by J N Coffey- in this county The papers were sent Mr H C Kennedy the Supervisor for the Eleventh Congressional district who graded them and made returns as Adair being entitled to fifteen enumerators out of the thirty two who were examined ten passed five names being in doubt The Supervisor returned the following names John 0 White Chas G Jeffries Ray Conover Wm H Robert 0 Dillingham Walter S SinIe clair Jo O Miller Robt B White Wm J Biggs Ed Butler Buford Bf Montgomery Luther Brockman Herschel T Baker Chas S Moore Edwin Hulse IITen of this number passed and the w Supervisor selected five of the best faHuresandsent the fifteen names above given to Washington and asked that they be appointed It is not known what will be the result of the five who were not passed by the Supervisor It be that their papers will go through at Washington and it may be another county examination will ordered Ten of the fifteen names mentioned will go through Clean Your Premisesp the people of Adair County J The time has come now when we ought to look after the conditions of our premises and see that everything in good sanitary condition Look in the condition of the cellars the pfiviesandeverything that is in an unclean condition It is a great deal easier to prevent disease than it is to cure when it comes I want especially the doctors to notify me of any contagious epidemic diseasethat they may find the bounds of their practice While am at all times ready to obey any calls that I may receive from the doc I cannot know unless I am no tified I am not a mind reader and never have professed to be And it is the duty of not only the doctors but duty of the head of families to give me information along these lines I have been trying to fumigate every house where a consumptive has died frequently a notice in the County paper is the first intimation that I have of the death of a cosumptive The physicians ought to be more particular about these important things I want information about all these diseases whetherthe cases have died or recovered Consumption typhoid fever dipthe scarlet fever whooping cougb mea and cholera infantum I did a great deal of work along these lines last yearI but J want to do more this year if the require it Let every body ready to fight the pestiferous fly when it makes its appearance All the houses ought to be screened and es pecially where any body in sick A hint to the wise ought to be sufficient U L Taylor Health Officer Adair County A C Hughes near by Jacksonville Ill formerly of Russell county Ky has been very busily engaged i n buying and selling stock He sold one of mules for 400 He als- ought 21 head of cattle from G WI Wright that cost him 440 per hundred So if there is any of the boys that wants to trade call and see him Wanted Golden Seal Yellow root wild or cultivated Write me what you have and your price per 1000 W N Long 16lt Florence Ky A little excitement was caused in ourI town last Sunday evening about four oclock by the sounding of the fire alarm but it proved to be only a small blaze in a crib filled with corn shucks belonging to Mr Jas TPage back o the Christian church Mr E A McKinley will grind for al who wishfevery Saturday at his mil- near Craycraft154m Mr Jo B Alexander born and reared keepehr 0 a great many people in Adair county died at the home of the Little Sisters in Louisville last Wednesday morning He was eightytwo years old and had been in the home for the past nineteen months Sanford Jones was before Con mis sioner FR Winfrey last Wednesday charged with selling l quorHe was held for further trial The Holer Barber College of Louis wile Ky wants men to learn the bar ber trade They offer splendid induce meats and a short term completes They mail free a beautiful taJand ask all our readers to idfor tl I t i SAM C LAWRENCE I Who Conducted a Blind Tiger at of Sand Lick Shot and in r killede THE MAN WHO DID THE KILLING UNKNOWN The dead body of Sam C Lawrence who run a blind tiger at Sand Lick the being where Adair Cumberland and Russell counties corner was dead near his shack shot through the body last Thursday morning 10 He had been disturbing element or several years Not a word as to did the killing has come to light LATER Parties who saw the body of Lawrence state that he was not shot but had been struck on the head It is also reported that when he left his home he had considerable money on his person but when found he had no money Iwill on Monday March 7 1910 at the courthouse door in Columbia Ky sell at Public auction to the highest bidder about 189 acres of land lying on waters of Green river near Ella which is known as the Sarah Gadberry land and belonged to SStapp at the time of his death Terms of sale will be made known on day of sale Jas Garnet Executor 162ofJS StappI The public roads are in a fearful condition butno worse than usual at this season of the year There is not a road over which any team can pull more than a half load and but few that will permit that much The Fiscal court ISwouldaidvinceVthe people that itshould be kept up The little efforts heretofore have not amounted to much and instead of getting better roads have really caused indifference Establish or adopt a system that will build a few miles each year and keep it up for four years and sentiment will change and conditions also We will on March 1st 3910 move our livery outfit to the barn now occupied by Stapp Bros and ask our friends and patrons to call onus at this stand When in need of livery call 99 Goff Bros Circuit Court opened in Jamestown Monday a light crowd in attendance The weather being cold and the roads prevented the farmers from turning out Judge J C Carter convened court early in the day instructed the grand jury and it is nowatwork There was a little stock on the market and the Master Commissioner sold several tracts of land Mrs Z T Williams of this place has received a letter from Mrs W H Pinkerton G lent Ky stating that her husband had recovered and is out holding meeting She also stated that the report of Mr Pinker tons illness was greatly exagerated He was notI fromo a severe case of lagrippe andIthree months forv17o In order to take advantage of this offer you must subscribe durin the months of January February a March Subscribe now Mr H K Turk who was born and hiS1homeweek He was seventyeight years old and was a most excellent citizen He had been a consistent member of the Presbyterian Church for man years He was a brother inlaw o Capt W W Bradshaw of this place EMr Ed Mann and Miss Hattie Walk er who live in the Casey Creek section were married on Thursday the 17th Iinst Mr W D Cole and Miss Myrtie Sparks procured licenses to marry on Sunday the 20th Some of our correspondents continue to send in letters without signing them We insist that the writers of comma nications must sign them If they do not they wi Inot be published One from Sano was rejected this week The John Banta lands in this county v known as the Miller old Fields was sold last week to W Wr Hobson for 15000 There are 2 200 acres in the tract It is mostly hill land and they e in some timber on Itt 9 Henry Vfatenohs birthday was on the IGtJirjieventy r80fagetoda1 peguiaa the best writer on thecon tiM tonM fail to aftcrag thefSUpp ur-y I aext Friday Y j v ftfe t it IPendfetonButler Miss Pearl Pendleton o Toledo Ky who often visited Miss Delle Mitchell this place and who has many friends Adair county was married at the Hotel Louisville Thursday the 17th inst to Mr Robert Henry Butler of California Two years ago the groom was a guest at Sulpher Well Metcalfe county and twas there that he met thel of his choice for the first time which resulted in their union Tabor Church Next Sunday morning Feb 27th at oclock there will be held a church Conference At 11 oclock the regular preaching service All the members of Tabor class are requested to be present at 10 oclock T and the public in general are invited to these services Let us have ra good congregation and overcome all hindrances to be present Truly B M Currie PC v Preaching Next Sunday X W H C Sandidge Ebinezer tte F J Barger Beech Grove Z TWilliams Columbia t J N Walbert Harrodsfork J R Crawford Columbia JA Johnston Pleasant Ridge J H Rood Clear Spring W J Levi Union Chapel Menzies Mt Hope IT M Currie Tabor- S P Stapp Liberty s Public Sale On Monday March the 7th I will for cash in hand at public outcry at courthouse door two shares of in the Muldroughs Hill Camp bellsville and Columbia Turnpike Road Company Sale about 1 p m N M Tutt Admr 152t John Smith decd L Every farmer ought to get a paper devoted to Agriculture The Inland Farmer published in Louisville is one that would please you and only costs 50 centsper year in connection with The News If you are a subscriber to Tht News then 50 cents will get the Inland Farmer If you do not take this paper send 150 and you get both for 12 months Today is Washingtons birthday Just received anice line of candies from D Anerbach Sons of vNew York Call on us Young Bros A series of meetings will begin at the Methodist church ori the first Sun day in April Wanted A girl for lighthouse work Apply at resident or phone 60 ring 4 16 tf V Sullivan Dr M E Jones veterinary surgeon has rented Judge Junius Hancocks stable back of the Hancock Hotel in which to care for horses sent him for treatment He also has a room in the same building for an office He will be ready at all times to answer calls I have a surry good as new one bug seig Inwill sell privately at a bargain R P Browning 153t Columhialy housetMrsIt is said that the severe winter has quailfbirds will be scarce If you want bargains in horses gies StstP livery sale next Friday A large crowd will be in Columbia next Fridaycoming to attend the Stapp livery sale Last Thursday was alsorts of a day rain snow and sleet and the weather yery disagreeable I G P Smythe bought 58 acres of land lying near Garlin from John Rule for 1300 Born to the wife of G P Burress Tuesday the 22nd a daughter i The Buchanan Lyon Company Camp bellcyille are using the News this week tqtalk to the people of Adair count G Paul Stn the boocht a farm John Rule near Garlift one day last week Price not known rS J 11 Program of Adair Medical Society i The Adair County Medical Society will meet in Columbia Thursday March 10th 1910 with the following program Puerpural fever Arthur Waggener Early signs of pergnancy C M Russell Russell County Medical Society T L TaylorJHum buggery in the Medical profession E T Sallee Signs of the times in medicine W F CartwrightMedical Legislation L C Nell Chronic castritis W R Grissom Tuberculosis or consumption J C Gose QMedicalWhy attend Medical Societies S A Taylor The treatment of Typhoid Fever J HammondLet one prepare himself on these subjects and let us have a pleasant and profitable meeting W R Grissom W F Cartwright 1 Committee U L TaylorS I Listen for the laundry bell every Monday morning and give your work the home laundry T G Rasner 16lt Instead of selling hogs our farmers ought to keep every one they have While it does not require more than a year to produce a good poker yet this section is short on hogs and much bacon will be shipped in to meet the demands Every farmer ought to have some young swine and give them all they can eat To clean the farm of hogs simply because of the unprecedented high price is a mistake and every one who does it will later see the folly Brood hogs ought to be in great demand throughout the country and none of them should be put on the butchers market t All parties holding accounts against Aaron Richards deceased are requested to present same to me on or before the first day of April 1910 tf Tom Powell adm Do not make any other engagement- for next Friday Remember you are due to attend the Stapp livery sale s Joe E Johnston began receiving pooled tobacco yesterday at Allen Wal kers barn on Greensburg street El roy poolers are requested to deliver their tobacco first 162- tMARKFITSJLOUISVILLE Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 500550 Beef steers 400450- Fat heifers and cows 325375 Cutters y 325375 Canners 100225 Bulls 275325 Feeders 375425 Stockers 350400 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 10002000 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 950 Mediums 130 to 165 940950 Pigs 825855 Roughs 88 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best Iambseo 5756 75 Culls 30040o Fatsheep 350425 Columbia Market POULTRY Eggs 20 Trukeys r 11 Chickens j 13 Ducks 8 Wheat GRAIN 120 Corn 80t I take this method of imforming my friends that 1 have opened a harness and saddle repairing shop in a room ad alsoPyour 143tWyattSmith Jri Commissioners Sale f ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT t KENTUCKY T H Curdc Plaintiff Jimmie Curd c Deft By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause and costs herein shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse doorin Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day6f March 1910 at one oclock p m ib feabout C tCourt upon s credit six months the followi d8lC1ibedpro1 ty twit A certain ttactof land sit 4Kyft dlCunpbtllitiltt TurnPike on te YYYY ft PERSONAL J N Coffey is in the Louisville Byron Montgomery was at home last Sunday H C Feese is down with a bad case of Goff left last week for Lebanon on business Ewing Stults has been confined to his room with grip for several days MrR H Durham has been a victim rheumatism for too weeks J B Barbee left this morning fort Florida where he will spend several weekMr DoL Tandy and wife of Camp bellsville visited the formers parents- at Bliss last week Mr J W Caskey of Junction City a native of Adair county was here on business last Wednesday Mr John Parson who has been conIfined to his bed for the past six weeks is reported very much better Mrs U L Taylor who has been con fined to her room for about three weeks is not much improved Master Dallas C and Miss Dorothy May Tandy of Bliss are visiting relatives at Campbellsvillt this week IMrs Wm Redman and three sons Chester and Delton leftfor their home in Beanchester Ohio last Friday morning after a long visit and a very 4 pleasant one to relatives and friends in Adair and Russell counties Miss Julia Eubank left for Nicholas ville Saturday morning where she will spenda week with Mrs Arnett From there she will go to Louisville where she will meet Mrs L W Atkins and the two will select millinery for this market north by the lands of J H Young and J J Biggs on the west by thelands of J J Biggs and S D Barbee and on the south by the lands of J J Biggs and contains 38 acres more or less and is the same lands which were conveyed to James H Curd by the Master Commissioner ofthe Adair Circuit Court less a portion of same which was con veyed by said Curd to Mary Smythe and 2 acres which were conveyed to J J Biggs by Bettie Tupman c For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner All who owe me for Vatkins reme dies will please settle before March 1st 1910 You can see me on the Columbia square every Monday Jno B Grant 134t PickettIThe health of this neighbor hood is very good at present LBorn to the wife of Lewis Dudley on the 17th a daughter 5W G Pickett and George How ard were in Louisville last week selling tobacco Mr W S Pickett of the Cool Spring section was here one day this week Goe W Pickett was in Colum t bia one day this week Ed Whitlock and son Van of Bliss were here one day this week Martha Bingham is vis 1Aunt r daughter Mrs R J o f near Greensburg this week There are a few cases of measles near hereIt y Mrs Bunch Keltner of Idaho is visiting her brother George Rodgers this week Mr Nat Keltner and family of Roachville were visiting G M Rodgers one day last week TI was at aI SundayrThe little deaf and dumb Yl bei1 Mr Taylor Pickett and Mrs 1 Ji Lizzie Moss were married inf r Louisville a few days ago and 1 rent on 0011111018 ra J V t ti FIms i i 2cI j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t t Ellensboro N wT r rk Editor News As I have been rather remiss in correspondence lately I hereby tender Thanksgiving Christ r mas and Valentine greetings to all your readers in The Old Ken tacky Homef As usual I am engaged in school duties and my lines have fallen in pleasant places We have 100 pupils enrolled of r which 54 are in my department and 44 in that of Miss Edna Beam my assistant We have a nice commodious painted school building with tell patent desks an other upto date equipments Grip and pneumonia prevail poxisAs all who know me areaware I am a great believer in the in fluences of the moon over corn planting hogkilling and wood cutting I plant corn and Irish potatoes in the moon and would not think of planting melon seed making soap killing hogs or cut ting wood when the sign is not rightThen I am a devout believer in the ground hog as a soothsaY- er and a prophet He does not raise his voice in the streets does not behave himself unseem ingly is not always bellowing out his weather predictions in c the chief places o f commerce but once a year he takes a weather observation and his prognos tication is stamped with the seal of prohesy When the hoarse blast of November is abroad in the land when the harbingers draw nigh that the pure and beautiful swows of Heaven will mantle the earth and the streams will be bound in icy fetters he draws the dra pert of his couch about him and his dawn to pleasant dreams Meantime the votaries of the goosebone declare that snow rain sleet or Northern blasts wil- howlJ but the weather wise have a sweet confiding faith in the slumbering prophet The signal service men sweep the skies with their telescopes the wind guagd 9registers the weight of the air with its velocity the barometer is consulted while Old Proba bilitYtakes on airs of wisdomBut these human mackina tions contrivances are unreliable end are the storm earthquake arid blaze of the tempest which were the rumblings of the still small voice that revealed thing momentous impact t o Hahl prophet On the 2nd day of February 1910 the ground hog the ed and time honored seer awoke from his sleep of the just and went out to see his shadow This laSfdarkly but was plain as glare of ntJthe goosebone and signal service for prophet of old had spoken Straightway the ribald and pro J fane began to jeer at me and r the jay and the hoodlum pointed j outm y sway backed cabin an said There abideth Corn VF Cracker of Kentucky the friend t hogjcT a Democrat without variables o shadow of turning also one of amoXngI prophetsr We raid six weeks more and 83DQW t4berememberedStill we h A 4 jY11 Eft u the gibes of the irreverent and saw the sneer of the iconoclast Last Friday the snow fell and today it still mantles the earth Now is wisdom justified of her children and those who came to scoff remain to pray Harking back to school matters I have some of brightest pupils I ever taught One young lady Miss Maggie Beam is fairly good all around but phenom enally expert in mathematics The best map drawing I have ever had done was executed by Miss Maggie Harrill also one of my pupils Out of a revised registration of 101 we have 100 enrolled and generally over 90 present Last week I received a letter from State Superintendent Jas Y Joyner tutoring that I should impart the secret to other teachers We try to be there on time to rthoroughly prepare fortheduties- of day and discharge same in proper season Melvin L White oRussell The little boy of Mr Dunbar that was so severely burned by his clothing catching on fire is in a very critical condition Mr Ed Richards had the mis fortune to lose his pocket book containing between 14 and 18 dollars while driving along the road Mr Herbert Smith of Columbi- visited his sister here last Satur dayVMiss Fair Oatts of Monticello spent several days with her cousin Mrs June Kimball Mr Will Falk nburg was call ed home to Jamestown on ace count of the serious illness of his little daughter Mr Jas 0 Prock and son Willie visited their SIA1Mr John Beckham Smith and Miss Winnie Foley of Russell Springs were married in James 1town last Saturday Mr Otis Stapp and Miss Carrie Rexroat were married here Sun day Mr Sam Stapp performed the ceremony Ara clothes cleaning and pressing establishment in a room in Mrs Ermine Wilsons store with an experience hand with him His business so far has been good Mr and Mrs John Payne are seswilsvisit the city in the Spring to secure her stock of millinery and placetMr Cheek traveling salesman was with our merchants last week insvery poor health Mr G A Smith of Visited his daughter Mrs Kim balllast week Miss Pantha Coffee of R S A visited her parents at Ono over Sunday ilProf Barnes is certainly the right man in the right place as our school was never in a more flourishing condition and giving perfect satisfaction the enroll foment being 225nowMr L 0 PHelps with the other members of the faculty are pushing the work to their uttermost to help make this the bit Year of the M s A and C I 4d 7 to c The young ladies and gentle men Russell Springs Acadamy who passed the county examination at JJamestown will be given special exercises in their honorB at the presentation of their Diplomas at the R SA in the near future and their grades published Rev Sam Stapp preached two interesting sermons Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist church Rev A A Beck will soon be a citizen of our town He will occupy the new building owned by Capt Phelps Mr GP Cartright of Somerset who sells the Oliver Type writer was in our town last week He has placed our machines in this place Commissioners Sale tlADA1RKENTUCKY S V Wilkerson Plff EquityS tAAagainstWBy virtue of a Judgment and order sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered the January term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum of 275 00 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 23rd day of March 1008 until paid and 3500 S V Wil kersons cost and also the further sum of 22500 with interest thereon at 6 per cent per annum from the 3rd day of October 1900 until paid subject to a credit of 9381 paid October 30th 1902 And the further sum of 275 with m terest thereon at 6 per cent annum from the 3rd day of October 1900 until paid and 3155 costs of T R Stults in the case of A A Bennett against cato offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of March 1910 atone oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A certain tract of land sit noted in Adair county Kentucky the waters of Glensfork arid is onI d as follows Beginning at a gum and poplar car ner to Geo Backs thence West 25 poles to a white oak corner to Z L Samuels thence with his line S 10 poles to a withra a corner to Samuels thence with anothe- line of same S 96 poles to a dogwood and sourwood in W B Wilkersons line thence with his ne E 53 poles to two small dogwoods in Hadleys line thence with his line N 65 E 79 poles to two ash trees thence N Ii W 17 poles to two white oaks thence N 27 W 11 poles and 13 links to two dogwoods thence N 13J W 13 poles to a stone with a mulberry pointer on a branch thence N 6514 E 20 pole and 3 links to a stone in a field thence N 7 E 81 poles to a stone thence W 92 poles to a stone in said Backs line S 3 W 73 poles to the beginning The undivided onehalf interest in the above described lands of Benjamine F Byba and the life estate of S K Byba in said undivided interest will be sold to satisfy the debt interest and costsof the said S V Wilkerson or a sufficiency thereof to pay saidamounts The undivided onehalf interest in andd n will be sold to satisfy the debts interests and costs of the said T R Stults theitate of S K Byba in sid interest af ter the payment of said Stults debts a Benjmine tro forenongh to satisfy said Wilker son debt interest and costs then the said remainder of the interest of W 0 Byba will be sold to satisfy same thae sums of money so ordered to be made For the Durchase price the purchaSer with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until padand Judgiment CoffieyiAdair Circuit Court Public Sale On Monday March the 7th I will r sell for cash in hand at public outcry at the courthouse door two shares stock in the Muldrough Hill Cmp bellsviile and Columbia Tuxjapike Head Company Sale about 1 p m f NK TuttAdmr 32t itrJJlsic r I t Ji 1Ii v tf VVVV r In Cold Storage The Philadelphia Recoyd gives these figures taken by it from Ice and Refrigeration Blue ook showing the contents of the caverns wherein prices are regulated 14000000 cattle 6 000000 calves 25000000 sheep and lambs 50000000 hogs 1 800000000 eggs 133000000 pounds of butter fish in numbers that the cold storage people place on them the value of 25000000 and other things in proportion The total valuation of the foodstuffs held in cold storage ap proximates 3000000000 Just think of it Whatof the tariff It is responsible Have tariff schedules anything to do with the high prices which the cold storage men are putting on their goods and wares There are some to be said in answer to the statements madewith tears inth ireyesby the cold storage men concerning the innocent riff But there is one fact that stands out preeminently before the common people The fact is that before the days of protective tariffs combines were things unknown andespecially unknown in food products constituting the necessaries of life It is to be considered also that prior to the installation ofptection as part of the economic 1underand legislative control the cattlemen of the plains were unable to combine with the packers of Chicago under terms which al prodIIuctslow the prices charged to th American consumer Before the days of protection there were no cold storage houses in which food products could be stored away to await demands in Europe or until the scarcity at home would move the cold storage peo arAt prices made to suit themselves If the cold storage feature of present econmic conditions is it not due directly to the operations and advantages of protective tariffs then the phenomenally strange thing is the startling re twosWith approximately 3000000 000 of food stuffs in cold stor age it needs no ghost from beI comImonhold of the combines upon them with the combines the inevitable outcome of a system of legisla tion based on privilege and on privilege only Owensboro Mes conger eCommissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT x KENTUCKY tHeirsBy virtue of a Judgment and OrderI renclerIedthe above cause I shall proceed to offer for dale at the Courthouse door in Co lumbia Kyf to the highest bidder Public Auction on Monday the 7th d of March 191Q at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court u P a credit six months the following de cribed property towit A certain tract of land situated in Adair County Ky on the waters of Sulphurfork Russ Creek and bounded as follows viz O the North by the land s of said Allen on the East by the lands of Ed Rigney and on the West bythe lands of Martin Redmon and being the same lands co n veyed by William Haskins to Morg Hadley and contains 80 acres more or leN For the purchase price the purchaser securitiofmust execute bond bearing legal inter Mt from day of ale until paid and baying the force and effect of aJud mentBJddWawill be prepared conipl Kooiptlyrwith UWNW tenai r W A Coffey Master Commistipner r t n t A Bill the PaperMustPay Every line in a newspaper costs the proprietor something If it is for the benefit of the individual it should be paidrfor If the grocer were asked to con tribute groceries to one abundantly able to pay for them he would refuse The proprietors ofa newspaper must pay for the free advertising if the beneficiary does not and yet it is one of the hardest things to be learned by many that a newspaper has space in its column to rent and must rent to live To give away rent for anything less than living rates is as fatal to a newspaper- as for a landlord to furnish rent freeEx Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY tWRt By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render edat the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum of 30 with interest from the 16th day of Oct 1903 against W R Compton and two debts of 50 00 each against J B Napier with the interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 30th day of October 1906 until paid and 2975 costs herein I shallpr9ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the day of March 1910 at one oclock m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit six months the following described property towit A certain tract of land situated in Adair county Ky upon the waters of Bi Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a black oak on the bank of Big Creek thence running an eastern di rection with Curt Keltner to W L Gra northernjtons line thence running the same direction with said Sextons line to a Sexehollow to Big Creek thence up Big Creek to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg went Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Faith in American Saddle Horses While it is a fact that the automobile has greatly with almost every other class of horses human genius will never be able to invent a machine tha will take the place of the gaited saddle horse says Texas Stock- man It can be safely said that th American saddle horse is the handsomest horse that can ever be produced The trotting an the thoroughbreds have been bred with the main purpose of producing speed the draft horse for hauling heavy loads while the saddle horse has been bre with an eye to symmetry beauty and graceful action At all the leading fairs in Missouri and Kentucky where the saddle horse is so much appreciated the principal attraction has been th saddle rings Th Potts Bros have come to Texas oatf helap make southwest Texas famous hansd sourest horses in the world thnge United States the world forms a general peace court at which its differences can be arbitrated and arranged it will be the sate work a nation could ever pe form But its realization sounds top much like the establishment of an international millennium etos lions nnatureto in tern stionirll politice Columbia District Second Round The following make up Presiding Elder Hulse appointments for the Columbia District going over the territory for the second time It is requested that the membership keep these appointments before it and attend the meetings Spurlington and Early Taylors Chapel February 1920 Canipbellsvitfe Station Febru ary2627Mannsville Wesley Chapel February 2728- Columbia and Tabor Columbia March 56 Cane Valley Cane Valley March 67- Gradyville March 1213 West Tompkinsville March 19 20 Tompkinsville March 2223 Temple Hill March 2627+ T L Hulse PEC 7 To Preserve Cider Take one and onehalf pounds ground mustard to one barrel Put this in loose then add two quarts sweet milk and eight fresheggs break and stir eggs well Put all in one barrel of sweet cider stirring well to mix well Then let it stand twenty four to thirtysix hours to settle Then rack it off and put in clean barrel or bottle for use See that the back end of barrel is thangfront end so that the eggs and settlings will not be drawn off Cider will improve for six months This will keep cider sweet for two years Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT p KENTUCKY tMaryBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sums of five debts amounting with their interest to 52668 and 6250 costsherein I shall proceed to offer for sale at Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday 7th day of March 1910 at one oclock p m or adscribed property towit Three certian tracts of land being on Green River in thettains 20 acres each and the other con tains 50 acres The Judgment and or der of sale is refered to for complete description and boundary offersed in one lot and the 50 acre tract in another and then all three together and the sale or sales from which the ordFor the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond earmg legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg comdW A Coffey Master Commissioner Alfalfa Meal for Hens Hens fed on alfalfa meal lay producecheartyCchicks will molt quickerfallThey in the commence to lay earlier in the season For laying hens put several quarts of alfalfa meal into a closed vessel then pour boiling water over the meal until it is thoroughly moistened cover the vessel and let the mix ture steep for awhile Just tie fore feeding dash a littld cold water over the feed This brings makesany winter feed can be Some prefer to mix the meal with table scraps rg ain both of vaneIty to me hand meat scraps are also good S r k 1rI THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t Z I i RIS OLD OL- L g 7fi 1 J J d c 0 Lived in an Oak ri 1 r Them9reHe heard the less He spol e j The less He spoke tHe more He heard iL t C MORALIiIB quiet just listen to the noise the People are making in4ir thisJJ I the LOW PRICES on High Quality and Immense Stocks to select from y r The Buchanan Lyon Co f y Incorporated it SVi j V Campbells ville Kv tq 1 S v iS the making on Buggies Harness and Stoves Our Famous T B L cO Ranges concluded by all to be the BEST Y C Rage ever offered by any dealer for the money They have these Famous Ranges manufactureda carloadat a X2000Cyou anges so yV O i P I jc r L IlIrpLEMENTS i f J y C 25 years actual experience in the Implement business isieiknowledge of what Lines aud Makes Implement gives the Farmer the best possible service and e leastmoue V f Jlt iji 4 dnu JJJfuutg J lU Published Every Wednesday BY THE CompanyrINCORPORATED r CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to tHe Interests t it the city of Columbia andthe people of Adair mad adjacent counties l Jhttered at the Columbia PoitofSce as second lass mail matter r WED FEB 23 1910 The Chicago Tribunes poll of Republican editors on their preference for president as things now stand showed wide differ encevof opinion and clearly indi cates that no one man has the countryin his grasp In sendc ing out the letters each editor wasasked If you could vote for a President today for whom would you cast your ballot Roosevelt received 1360 Taft t 1093 LaFallette 197 122 Cummings 65 P HugheSrl Cannon44 f Bryan 40 vote 11 From these is clear that a large majority of l Republican editors are not Taft men that tHey do not believe him the best man to conduct the national government under pres ent conditions Again you will notice that the entire vote ex j cepting the 14 for Connon is for men who have incurred the ill will of Trust combines that the- JJ vmen who are making an open ef fective fight for the great bulk of the people are the men de- re4True President Taft won fj on his open and avowed declarations of reform but so far her f has not been able to dispel the doubts and fears that he enjoys the good will and support of the 1l 1f powerful interests The J iotecleiirly shows that Rep b1iI I y fi can sentiment as well as Democratic sentiment is in opposition to the policy that has fattened the few and impoverished the manyJThe Kentucky Legislature has been in session about twothirds of its time and but littlerdone up to the present There will be no legislation on the County Unit Bill at this session of the Legislature The bill has been indefinitely postponed There is no need to feel uneasy over the scarity of meat The cold storage has one anol a half animals packed away for every individual in the country Of course when cattle and hogs get high or even advance to a stimulating point the great packers will unlock and supply the markets The bill raising the Circuit Judges salary from 3000 to 4 200 has passed both branches of the Kentucky Legislature and all that is needed now for the measure to become a law is the Governors signature If this law takes Effect the regular elected Circuit Judges of the State will have to ijo the work No more money will be paid for special Judges We believe the measure will be a saving to the State Saved From Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave writes Lewis Chamblin of Manchester Ohio R R No 3 as whenla frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 115 pounds in spite of many remedies and the best doctors And that Iam alive today is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can work hard It also cured my four children of croupU lnf lible for Coughs and Colds its the most certain remedy for LwGrippe Asthma desperate lung trouble and all broncbia1afteetioDl 50c xnd 1QOtAtYUI OIfJ Guar anted by Paul DCao 5 c f i UIr Iolmes hereIc this week nothing much to write a about but bad roads and colda weatheracommunity is avery good at this writing with the exception of bad colds Harvey Burton and six of Cortez tQ and Lambert Sanders payinga 200 per head aMrs Mary Humphress and sonaAlvin visited the family of AHumphress of Knifley last Sun day a ltOisat this place AMr J J Watson js reported in a serious condition with rheumatism a a aMissfathers D F Corbins one night Alast week IMaster Melvin Bault of this iQSundayAlvin 11MissHumphressa Clyde Jones were married on the a10th inst at the home of Rev to theadaughtand the groom a son of Mr Mel vin Jones of Wilson Creek Tay a i atnemPresident Helps Orphans aHundreds of orphans have been help ed the President of the atWritin this Institution for nine years It has da most excellent medicine for provo Liver and Kidney trouI blesWe regard it as one of the t family medicine on earthf Itin Vigo r ates all vitil organs purifies the blood I f fQlItrqthenand I t i N r II II iIJ THE 0 i 0 sREED HARDWARE i 00 I i COMPANY 0J 1 r I Wd1 Is now ready for business A hint to VI those who need anything in Hardware i 6 0Iti f iN v I Ji I I iit t t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t BUILDING i 4a r If you want to Build or Repairr vr See our Stock of Rough andYDressed Lumber We can fill v I r 2 Your Order on SHORT NOTICE Custom Work a Specialty t GRIDER y MORRISON GOODMAN Columbia Kentucky PHONES Mill 19 F Res 324 323 and 59 A ir is MOMBY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT 7 HE RIGHT Pl ACE See my Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ptfodaee Wanted W L SIMMONS h HUMBLE KENTUCKY s ft t FRANK CORCORAN HighGrade CfMarble 9 Granite Cemetery work See US before of all kind you buy 6 Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky r X I twe1Ructtprtn Motel 0PEn TO HEALTH SEEKERS r hastbeen refurnishedrepainted making it a very inviting place The table is supplied with the best the country affords A large sample room for the accommodation of the traveling salesmen The water is the purest healthrestoring Terms reasonoble Write to SS L SPRINGS WINFREY i FHELPS KY- I fl Encouragement to Crime What encouragement longer is there that men appeal to the law to right their wrongs Are not such acts as those of Augustus E Willson Governor of Kentucky in pardoning Caleb Powers and James B Howard after so many verdicts of guilty but incentives to men to take the law into their own handsExI tract from s speech Unfortunately what Mr Geo bel says is true arid Gov Willson who was so pronounced in up holding the law during the Night- Rider trouble yet in the pardon of these men has shown that the scales of Justice do not hang even in his hands but that par Ittaially and partisan bias has con him Having stated in his campaign for Governor that he would see that all those who were connected with the Goebel assassination be given afair trial their pardon by him favors mor fxtheir fuilt than of their n cone With ihe power in hii f tiij0i I t ir i hands to appoint the trial judge and to see that an absolutely fair trial be given he has created an impression that these men could not be acquitted in a fair trial and thereforer he pardoned them The greatest protection of life is the punishment under the law of those who take it and thepar doning power of the Governor abused and the technicalites of the courts are responsible both for mob law and the increase of crime Gov Wilsons pardon of Powers Howard Taylor and others is not an encouragement for respect and obedience to la and instead of weakening the be lief of many in the guilt of these men it has increasedditE Town News vV Took All HisVMoney Often all aman earns goes to doctors or for medicines to cure a Stomach Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr Kinds New Life Pills would quickly cure at Dyspepsiae IndiI t ie s p itlorlJa oillise Malaria aad l3ebt UtJtIc jfni Drue Co d j j1JIr 1 I I What to Take During 1910 Take this paper Takeeomfortif youearl Take things easY within rear son Take the girl you love to be your wife Take care of your health It is the most valuable thing you Have tendIedknocked down Take flattery as an insult and e1thIngconscientious in business I twill bring you success Take offense only at things i worth being offended at It is a sure evidence of a small mind to notice trifles Take half o any work tha comes to your hand rather than be idle Luck always waits up on the busy man Take time to be polite and kind always Rudness never pays the bore may think so but he is wrongTake trouble like a man Dont go whining about when it comes but shut your mouth and stand up under it resolutely Take a trip now and then and try to see something outside of the town you live in Travel is lone of the greatest educators Take pains to do your wcrk well The conscientious worke- is the one who gets to the frontand the one that neve- needs to be idle- Rather Discoursing You want to present Uncle Toms Cabin at the opera house said the sheriff to Bacon Ridge Why that blamed show was here a month ago That so responded the ad vane agent in the blue vest Yes stranger and the dogs chased Liza They always do that sir Then the dog catchers chased the dogsAh was an added feature And old Mrs Wiggs chased Little Eva for winking at her husband row as he sat In the front Rather startling I assure you And old Bill Jones who ru the Eagle house chased Uncle Tom for a board bill Great Brutus toIgatherblamed show out of town Better present some other show mister Lincolns Repartee Uncle Joe Cannon tells thisI new and characteristic one on Honest Abe Lincoln It was the Illinois State Convention at delegatweS to the National Convention th nominated Lincoln for the dency After the prayer a cry was started on the platform Open a passageway t Open a passageway Let Dennis Hanks and Dick Oglesby through They have some rails lha t Dennis Hanks and Abe Lincoln made 3834TheYcarne up with the rail which had a piece of cotton cloth iwi elf tW lrFhe C the legend FhMt raikt were imade lk icvJ i t ttlk fi1 r J by Dennis Hanks and Abraham in 1830 rThe were walnut rails such I as would be hard to and now but there was plenty of that kind of fine hardwood in those days rAt this stage of the proceed ings some fellow yelled out Abe did you split them rails Sai he Dennis Hanks says I spli those rails I dont know wheths madeIDonts for C urchmenle Dont forget that true worship cannot be kept withinWalls Dont try to silence your foe until you can silence yourself Dan t become pauper to all by thinking you are debtor to none Dont expect to find yourself yourselftDont try to get a man to reverence that which he knows is f not right Dont forget that vices and virtues renew their youth a they are exercised Dont overlook the of piety if you would find it best argument IDont fail to note that never means much religionI more than all religions Dont fail to observ that often the little kindnesses do most forI the universal love lonesomrlittle orphan sin always turns cousinsrDont become so conceited that you never know whether you are confessing faults or advertis ing virtues M The old story of the pitcher that goes too often to the well told again in the case of th New York farmer killed a few days ago by an explosion of dynamite He had been blowing out stumps and left dynamite caps in his pocket While he w pitching some hay into his barn the fork hit his pocket and he was blown up A correspondent says He was an expert at blasting and had become car less from constant use of dyna mite Free Childs ynsWhat mother is not looking for something that will help her children in the little ills of life something for the stomach trouble and t bowel trouble Long ago she pro ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a p or a tablet and that to break th annoylanceAny mother who will take the trio obIf Caldwells Syrup PepsIn and the offer ot- a free trial bottle is open to any mot who has not yet used it Having it and convinced yourself that It is whuatyou want you can obtain it in the ture of your druggist at fifty cents and pne dollar a bottle just as so mothers any are doing the free sample being simply to convince you of its merits It is the best way to begin on It Mrs LDavis of 187 W Harrison street Chica and Mrs Mary Belford 1710 Coke stre Louisville Ky both started with a free sample and now they write that they have never been without a bottle In the house since It Is undoubtedly a great family rem beating 0 1 especiallyi tho old nd folks who need something pure And natural It has the advantage ing a thorough laxative and yet con tonic properties Use it for the m stubborn constipation Indigestion llv trouble sick headache sour stoma guaranthatpleasedtodesire for yourself 6r family pertaining to ab601utelyfreeletter and he win reply to you In detail yoinotherwise For either request the doctora CaJdWMr E A McKinley gill grind who wi h teytcjr Sattu a at him DKrCr craft 154ei i j tti 4 3 L r With the Sages Yon cannot hurt anybody with out receiving a greater hurt yourselfCobden Absence of occupation is not rest a mind quite vacant is a mind distressed Cowper cheaptare or we shouldscatter them oftener Lowell Let us have faith that right makes might and in that faith t us dare to do our duty as we u itLincoln- If you see a fault in others think of two of your own and do yourhasstY j It is one mark of a superior inI others Harriet Beecher Stowe Go man is made only for himself and his own private affairs but to serve profit and benefit others Benjamin Colman To know what you prefer in Amensto what the world tells you ought younr s sA man is only happy when he believes himself to be so i whatever way the proposition is turned and no man believes hi self so happy but what he might be happier F Marion Car fordChoose ever the pleasant road Jilt always answers best For the same reason choose to do and try what is the most just and th most direct This conduct wi save a thousand blushes and a thousand struggles and will de liver you from secret torments which are never failing attendants of dissimulation Molton PerilS It gravean r Ohio R R No 3 as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 115 pounds in spite of many remedies and the best doctors And that I am alive today is due solely to Dr King cureasd me can work hard It also cured my four child ren of croup Infallible for Coughs and Colds its the most certain remedy for LaGrippe Asthma desperate lun trouble and all bronchial affections 50 Guaer an Turning on the fios Should every girl have a raini beau Is the door of peace ever pig eontoed Is it pleasant for a cow to ber long to a grasswidow plurbal illIt is the unforgotten in man life that deprives him of a fu tore willobgo- y to a blind pig to get an eyeopen erIherOrthodoxy is a flame hetero doxy a fire extinguisher so each has it place A fellow who goes to meet geter wrong Saddest thing about old mar is that they wont have the fun of being grandmothers grphanstamp helehP and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney trou borfamily medicine on earth It invas a blocidsltrengtbenandbulduPJ e tain weak children or rundown people It no nosmilli Qn 1t TUE r LOUSVftLETMES r fOR 91O RIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER TOE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSfAND THE LOUISVILEE TIMEST BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is printednanyw ere corresm perw Covers the general news field completely v Hasthe best and fullest markets reports butlSEND YOUR SUBSCKlP lION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPERnot to The Louisville Times How He Knew I was in a town in New Yorka State during the late local elec atsthe hotel there was one man who was exceeding rancorous He denounced one of the candidates as a liar thief swindler robber andcdeclared he was ready to take the legal consequences A few hours later I was told of his blood re lationship to the man he was de nouncing and when he broke out again that evening I said You seem to be sure of your facts in this case You bet I am was the re ply But understand that he is your own brother SIHe is and thatt how I came to know all about him Why the whole familyof us ought to be in jail this very minute Donts For Churchmen Dont try to keep ideals alive by simply proclaiming them Dont fail to practice the truth that you are fighting for bYdsDont water your sorrows when you buay them lestthey spring up anew J W Dont forget that the X stone ticket to gloryIs engrSfeclt too late to aid you Dont forget that the clock which strikes loudYIs farthest off in time t try to learn the way ta orpeaQen by inquiring to the waywardness of your reinds r DonTt permit the habit of prayer i to mctn M Iitttf ac the Kabit V of profwiity wf to some ia ni v rj t f L v z 1 f I Fi I 1grilE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 REAL ESTATE fOR SALE FARMS Farm of 100 acres on Russell Creek 1 mile from Columbia Brick house with six rooms and basement eleImtednant houses 1000 acres on Harrodsfork 10 miles from Columbia 3 dwellings all lime stone land part well timbered Can be divided and sold off in any number of acresFarm of 100 acres in 2 miles of Co lumbia most of it in timber 1250 pet acre Farm of 52 acres near Cane Valley well improved Farm of 105 acres near Milltown red beech land fine for burley tobacco Farm of 107 acres on Butler Fork near Bliss Farm of 116 acres in Russell County near post office store and church 3 miles from Russell Springs well im proved and perfectly level Good 5 room dwelling Farm of 182 acres on Pettis Fork 4 miles from Columbia 1J story brick timberkMost of these farms can be sold at bargain prices Many other farms for Esalein all parts of County TOWN PROPERTY Eighteen desirable homes in and near Columbia ranging in price from 250 to 4000 located in all parts of the town Some bargains Also some de savable building lots for sale Call on G PAUL SMYTUE Columbia Ky Office over Post office Commissioners Sale ADIAR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Board of Trustee of Columbia Graded Common SchoolPlff against In equity DeftsiBy virtue o a Judgment and order of sale of The Adair Circuit Court ren dered at the special April term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse I door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public auctidHT on Monday the 7th day of March 1910 at one s oclock p m or thereabout being Co c nty Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A certain lot of ground sit uated in the Town of Columbia and known on the Plan and map of said town as lot No 34 containing onehalf acre and now designated as Common School house No1 of Adair County For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal inter est from day of sale until paidand having the force and effect of a Judgment B adders must comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY Lucinda Coomer c Plaintiff t DeftE f i a and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the January Term therof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Kythe 7th day of March thereIaboutcredit of six months the following de scribed property towit A certain tract of land situated in Adair county Ken tucky pn Harrodsfork and bounder as follows Beginning at a sugar tree thence N JL8 E 123 poles to a hickory thence S 85 W 9 poles to two dogwoods thence N 29 W 136 pcles to a black gum and dogwood thence S 62 E 32 poles to the beginning Containing 15 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to com ply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY G A Murray Plaintiff Mont Murray c Deft f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door Jin Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of March 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit six months the follow ing described property towit A cer tain tract of land situated in Adair county Ky on the waters of Russell creek and bounded on the North by the lands of Perry Hutchison and T rabue Shearer and on the east by the land ef Rich Breeding and G W Dillon and NJ Ion the South by the lands of Adolphu Todd and Adolphus Murra and on the West by the lands of Perry Gundiff and Adolghus Murray and known as the Henry Murray lands containing 83 acres jIor execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force arid effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms- W A Coffey Master Commissioner J Knllle- The heaviest snow of the seaI son fell here thellth inst to the depth of 8 inches in about 6 hoursThe health in this section i good generaIlYUMr Luther Dun bar who has been sick for sometime is no better Miss Hazel Knifley is layed up withsome sore fingers some thing like bone fellons Mrs W L Russell who has f been sick for several days is getting along nicely Mr Richard Goode who is in from Oklahoma will make this his home forjthe coming year Born to the wife of Virgil Knifley and Oze Bottom Feb 8 girleach Mothers and babies doing well Mr P A Chelf and family was agreeably surprised the Other day by a visit by thei daughter and family Mr an Mrs Nolan Jones also Mr Oze Bottom and family visited hi father Mr W J Bottom I spendI Mrs H B Ingram at Columbia The largest preparation for a tobacco crop is being made in 3DHE3 S for they good she laid them examine can iit Insurance is good E Toria The health of this not very good at this writing Little Delmer Rowe who been sick for the past two weeks is better John baby died February 13th Zella Turner is very sick at this writing Mr Frank poon erof this place who been suffering for several months with a felon on his finger is no better He says will have it The meeting at Mt Pleasant a success The was by Revs C R and J M Turner IAn class and a pray er meeting started Three names was transacting business in your city Friday of last week N R Roach employed Miss Mintie Walbert as a She is and and it goes without saying that will make a good clerk Mr James Walker of Grady ville and Mr Robert Allen of near Columbia was in this sec tion last week buying dark tobacco and paying good prices RuelB James caught a mink last Monday night and sold its hide 30i Mrs C Jones fivth dick I if this section that has been made r for years Mr S H Knifley quit the laundryrbusiness putting his first laundry at Jas Burress Tpultry is worth 15 cents per pound here and prospects good to go higher Eggs have de clined and are worth 24 cents The spoke factory here its getting several spokes of the small sizes the large sizes not wanted A heavy sleet fell here theI bysrain on the 17th which caused streams to become Mr G R Feese of Watson in our town on business one day last week Mr J M Wolford our next Assessor was in our town one day last wee k Mr Johnson Watson has bought the WB Hovious property and has moved the old house back and will replace it with a new one Corn is selling here at 80 cents but some parties are holding fa a dollar their excuse is they ar going to feed itaRichard Wheeler quite sick a few days last week it an to wait till tomorrow before sign ing a paper for a strangers Took All His Money v Often all a man earns goes to doctors or for medicines to cure a Stomach Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr Kings New Life Pills would quickly cure at slight cost Best for Dyspepsia Indi gestion Biliousness Constipation Jaun dice Malaria and Debility 25c at Paul1 Drug Co 3E3BDH08Q mUOD8Q 3Q8C3HQ80H PONT BLAMETHE Si II When you get bad egg were when You can Insurance Companies and you Candle Eggs but after all isnt best to demand the kind of that J you know all the tImeNKYII1M3s3 3 community- is has McCanleys has he amputated was preaching r Dean adult Bible was organized recordf has clerk polite painstaking she for G listr k j has considerably swolenIwas was 7Mae invariablerule HEN OBQeE380BC30 j Mr Richard Rupe has moved to his new house on the Tomp kinsville road near this place The sleet has done considerable damage in this community to shade trees and apple trees We have daily mail we hope all people in this vicinJ ity will make all their mailing at this lace so that Toria will con 1 jMrtin drummer was calling on Mr Roach last Friday Mr Robert Watson of Ruby passed through here Friday en route to Prices Creek to attend the funeral of his mother Russet Springs I On account of deep snow bad roads we failed to get andI mails and consequently our letters did not get to Columbia jnI time for Mr publicationj moved into their new home this t week recently purchased of Miss Alice viootenj Mr Jo Duke Grider sold a fine horse last week to Mr AB Bartleson traveling salesman for aLe ingtonfirm Mrs Belle Patteson was call i ing on friends here Wednesday Mr Arthur Stanton and wife visited his uncle J C Kean rah o- lISQUlte1ck vv Socaety rekcii uIat i I r4i i ip V ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR 1 r M Ifs we can furnish anything you may tneed in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = ColumnsI Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in Iourline and keep the largest and best I assorted stock of Finishing Material of any firm in this section of the State Phone 44 iSANDUSKY COMPANY iCOLUMBIA KENTsr ing a paper to secure money to pay for their lot on which they will proceed to build a church Dr McClellen of Rowena visited his sitter Miss Sallie at the R S A Mondays x Bro Pennycuff has changed- e hip time for preaching here and will preach for us next Sunday night and from now on every third Sunday night Mr A B Deboe traveling selesman was in our town over Sunday and gave a very interesting talk to the students of the R S A Monday morning Mr J Q Alexander was call ing on our merchants last week Miss Emma Vfe dIe and broth er Killis entered School last week Miss Emma conies to study music Mr Will Young of Columbia TuesdayJMr Sullivan was calling on weekIMr J C Kean is in very poor health at this writing 0 Phelps visited at IMsL Wednesday IMiss Lola Weddle visited Miss Adell Marcum several days last week IThe child of Uriah Dunbar that was seriously burned is thought to be some better Mrs Mary Foley who has been very sick is much better Mr Hawk Wilkerson Liberty was at the Kimble house Tues night Breeding The health of this community is very good at present tvMiss Birtie Traylor was visiting Miss Nina Breeding Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of Mr H C r ughterImule from Mr Lawrence Har vey for 140 A tobacco buyer of Columbia was in ourrcommunity one day last week looking for tobacco Mr Elbeit Harrisonstarted to Glasgo one day last week with a load of tobacco MrH C Bybee will have his new Dwelling completed in a few days Mrs Nancy Brock and her son of Jamestown were visiting Mrs Brocks sister near this lace a few days last week V P I bp t ILOWS runs light IThevulcanPIoWisstrQng FIELD SEEDS r All kinds of graSs seed free from Plan= tin and other foreign seeds The best on the Market WIRE FENCE The American Fence is the equal of any make Made to turn stock Both farm and poultry at low price7 i 4 h HARDWARE I IIIVehaTHE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE 111 0 House Keepers Attention 0 I am fitting up a room of my vari = ety store with small and useful ar= 0 0titles for the kitchen and invite D the ladies to visit this department 0 O when in townJ O In Jones Building r l Frank Sinclair0 a r ifJ1 7LIIE IQ feist Your Property a I WITH f t5 7K Qr tPPaulAjw REAL EST A TEAGEN1jv Columbia Ky tOUyiSht9 Buy orScIl call on Him trOffice in GarnettlBBidins ever Pest Office r Town Property and Fami LwidsFor Salt r i j43t i t iti jr p 1 I c i TT r TfT 1 2rr t r T6 l THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS V wfiyHUBUCH BROS WEllENDORFFl INCORPORATED i r Successors to Hubbuch Bros HAnOd Firm in a New Garb rc f n We are the same people as strong as ever before The same stronggmanagement the same reliable business methods are the pit- Z nI lars of all our transactions Your needs in x vi V t X CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES tRINEWALt n Sf c PAPERE Willbetakencare of in the consciencious manner ass ever before mi K f 3 HUBBUCH BROS c WELLEN DORFF nE v 3 LOUISVILLE KY 7ir ViS 522522 W MARKET ST E GET OUR PRISON Z ROOFING 4 BEFORE YOUBUY 1 0 s See our 24 Gauge Galvanized Combined Cleat in Cap Roofing iI on like tin roof without any nails exposed andIS better than any rin iroof It will last a life time without painting We carry in stock V Crimp f X and Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubberandall kinds Paper roofing d a Deblett SrrosI 1 Off1 1A DWg E 4 a Gutlei Guns 116 E market St Bet 1st Bfook WAGON MJSTE IRli IlOUiSlllle Kentucky Telephone 2167Sotb Phones e t4444 o 444 4 k + oesveoe o U HARDW K Pres J COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec WT fyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 IVIIlihWRIGJ4TZ I mflCJURISTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeeNTftMftlN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED I IAn Kinds of Machinery Repaired I s o a ow o + 4 i0 oQe CU 9 y BUNDS Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns Porch Material o Stair Work iI Interior Finish Etc 0ey i Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House f 1inthe South Send your orders to us for prompt shipment I and good goods If We appreciate them i E II i Li tcoRPORATEDLOUISVILLEKY1 0o 0 Fifth Avenue Hotel a PIKE CAMPBELL MGR J r Refurnished Redecorated demodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu f lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale t and Retail Districts Churches and Theaters nt fi LOUISVILLET V I rrFIFTY AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS fr Y rfi Louisville Kentucky t4A ik i f The Adair CountYN s4ndCurirJournillr i f t f DAt h flne fear for tsoe + AvJv iiri Y i t t tI 4r 5 rt 1 J rObituar Y f The subject of this notice JOj siah Hudson was born May 1831 departed this life February 7th 1910 being 78 years months and 20 days old Bro Hudson professed saving vfaith in the Savior at the age o 22 years was baptized and united with the Baptist church at Union Adair county Ky0but after a time for conveniences moved hist membership to Liberty Baptist church Russell county where he remained until his death He was a member of the church for about 56 years during all these years he lived a devoted christ severry good word and work He rarely ever failed to attend his church meetings when his health per oethis piece formed acquaintance andwithduring that time we were togeth er both in church and out of church and his conversation wa such as becometh a man profess ing Godliness His suffering during his last hAe endured it cheerfully and brave ly as one whose faith is strong i the promises of the Gospel He told his children and neighbors that he did not desire to get well that he did not fear to meet his God It is very sweet indeed to thus die in such strong faith in God I would say to all the children and surviving friends and relatives lets try to model our lives after his life and try to look beyond this mundane shore Ifor comfort that our last end may be as we believe his was Sorrow not as those that have no hope C M Deener U EllaIHealth of this community is not very good at this writing Mr Allen Adley who has been sick for some time is improving g slowly The little daughter of S L Williams is very sick at this writingrThe little daughter of J BIJ Piles got very badly hurried one day last week JsRussell Springs one day last weekThe little son of Mr GB Wil Hams is very sick at this writing thejroadLola Hardwick visited the fam dsViilliams sold a mill cow to Frank Addley for 37 Mr Tom Barrett and family are selling out to go to Arkansas Mr R L Neat is confined this o room with grip at this writ ing J B Abrell is paying 1 per bushel for corn and 110 per bushel for wheat Mrs Mag Perryman who has been confined to her room for some time is improving slowly Mrs Sarah Abrell who has been sick for some time is not much better ltongstrcct j We are having some sunny days and cold freezing nights so much so that it mikes it impossi lbletoplow the ground before noon following Our rods get nobtrtT is ra 4t fEfj 44i l tC are some terrible dugouts with whichdiakesjoyabledrlv There seems to be a great deal 8of sickness at this writing On Friday January llth at 10 offre seemed to be an avalanch of snow coming down from the coveredtthe elements and in a few mo ments this earth was dressed in herwhite shrowd which she has been so fashionably and common ly dressed this season The sale of aunt Casirah Fqley was called last week Prof M E Tarter being the chief auc tioneer Everything went high chickens 12c ducks 81 Mr J aft 2650 Money seemed to be plentiful Mr John Bradley of Irvins Store ttended the Odd Fellows onesnight last week stopping over with us Mr J S Wade of this place has an interesting letter in the inland farmer Mr Wade most manufactn uring of fertilizers which most farmers bit at most viciously last season It might prove benefi cial to the farmers of this coun try to read Mr Wades letter be fore entering this business Mr Wade is a manufacturer of these goods Mr Webber of Tennessee a traveling salesman was with u last week Mr Mike Abdellak of Asia or rather the holy land was her one day last week selling a line of goods Mr John Morrow of Russell Springs was here last week Eli Burton son of L B Bur ton has been our mail boy this weekMr EW Wade reports sell ing 6 barrel of corn to Mr William Foley at four dollars per barrel Mr Ellic Hale of Russell Springs was here one day last week t Mr M F Maupin of Russell Springs bought our produce and grain last week oflthowned there is nothing ahead of the little sorrel mare now owned by Owen Blair Not in the history of Long street has she witnessed as good business as this season We ten er our heartiest thanks to al for the kindness and business they have given us WdmackofthisI for the help they have given him in making up money to pay for the blood hounds that chased the slayer of his little daughter Mrl Womack has got plenty of friends The Clemons Brothers of Casey county came down and move their brother who was shot by Clay Wilson a few weeks ago to h Caseyr thatlIIleasuredw A Washen tons Birthday Sugges lion A Tyrn dell in Romans Home Gpmptn ion for February who jhtd planned tomtert some lda i Iat gtonscherries sold by confectioners etc much too expensive for her purse and substituted big re cranberries with excellent effect Invitations were writtn one the postals decorated with cherries which are sold everywhere in February and fola lows Next Friday night at hal past eightw We beg youll help us celebrate Great George and the immortal tree His gift to all prosperity After this came the address date and hour The frst thing to catch the eye of the guest entering the parlor on the apppointed evening woodenIout with tissuepaper leaves and at once became the basis of a jolly game where each player received a big cranberry with thread drawn through it by means of a needle and was required to tie it on AllIreceived points toward the prize 1Another jolly contest wa guessing the number of cherries in a basket filled with them The player who came nearest to the exact number received second point- When the guessing was over each player thrust his hand into the basket palm side down the couldscatch up most cranberries on the back of the hand and so balancing them walk around the room playerewas entitled to a point Tossing the cranberries into a bowlat the opposite end of the room was another feat which came a little later on the program and offered another point for the successful competitor The first and second prizes were candyboxes decorated with artificial cherries Huge cherries made of scarlet crepe paper were consolation prizes Short Meter Sermons Anxiety tries to see the mountains in the way and trips us up over a pebble Character is what you are when it seems that the conduc tor will not look for your fareIiMany seem to think mark of a level headed man is that he has thrown away his heart 1You cannot tell much about a mans bank account in heaven by his ability to coin pious phrases Many men would be religious if their friends were not so anxious to make it seem petty and ridiculous Much religious speculation is like trying to explain the an thems of the world by the ether waves that carry them The fact that you cannot l get nodt indicate that you are ordained to rule in anotherh4s Kerns 0 The health of this neighbor = hood is not v rygoodat this writing Mr Tandy Campbell has a se1 were case of pneumonia fever i Mr I N Campbell happened to pann accident the other day He trt u lTimeCardeffect SOUTH BOUND LEBANONVo amlo No 7rfOpmlflo 93030 pm 900 pt NORTH BOUND- iRAIN Lv LEBANON Aft LOUISVILLB o ameam 1015 am pmropm1oc 101 onlyfWILMORE HOTEL w W UimiflORE Pttop if FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates GKftDYlILLS KY crenshawlI Special A ttnetitl t Eyes surSwell fixed to take care of stock Money due when work is done or stock removed from stables lOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE STREETa Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40J Dr James Triplet Dentist III JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIAKENTUCK 11IDr IDnnbar 5enti6t OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone Attone yAtLaw- fj Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky leidlatbbeUrdbrae 1 atrt of t c UIIaTC1 s 4 FahloabsYToau any L1trt 1SeCs1lobe PI eta Free y Wastfla Itt Ialol6ro- imrJ nd Prutrfum a 4a iot9o usa noKcCAUo JYcA wind blew the door back striking one of his toes knocking the nail off and the cant year his shoe t Mr Anderson Burtons little sonEnick Burton was jumping and fell on his arm and knocked it out of place but is better now n Mr C W Burton made a busi mess f trip tp Russell county last weekThe farmers of this sections have been making good use of the pretty weather for the last few days By old time saying we shall have frost the ninthofMay Be ctuse we heard itt thunder the ninth oabruarr t t0 f iiig 1 J THEA i T Avoid Danger When you are sick or suffering from any of the troubles peculiar to women dont delaytake Oar dui that wellknown and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and been benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKECARDUIj It Will Help You Mrs Lnzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn WriteslFor ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains all over my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES tffc Rugby As I havent sent a letter from this place for some time I will try to give you something from oflsomereaders We are having plenty of rain and mud here of which we have not much use for Mr Finis Strange of this place has been confined to his room for several days Mrs Frank Coomer has been on the sick list for some time On Tuesday morning Feb 2 1910 Mr Ruel Shive and Miss Della Akin drove to Columbia in Company with their friends Mr Oscar Wooten and Miss May lanes and Mr Matthew Akin and rwere quietly married Rev J Menzies pronounced the ceremo ny in the presence o f their friends Then they started for home where a nice supper was waiting them May all she joy nd happiness of this world be heirs The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Joe Shive a most highly respected family Mr Shive is a gentleman in every way The bride is a daughter of Mrs Kate Akin She is a fine young lady and will be greatly missed among the young people Our greatest sympathy is for Mrs Akin as she is a widow lady and is left alone For we well know it was hard to give up the last one at home but may God bless her and her last days be her happiest Miss Estella Hamilton visited at Mr Matthew Akins Wednes day night Mrs Sarah Roberts has been on the sick list for several days Mr Henry Gaston has been visiting relatives at Fairplay Mrs Harriet Janes has been on the sick list for the last few daysMrs Kate Akin visited at Mr Charlie Roberts last Saturday nightSeveral at this place are becom 4ng attached to the out side world by having telephones put in their houses Mrs Susie Akin has been on the sick list for several days ji Obituary Mr John Pennycufl was born July 4th 1850 died Dec 10 1909 He accepted Christ as his Savio- when a young man and joined the Baptist church of which lie rem inedVa member untalthe en came He was married Aus21 k I 1871 to Miss Louiza Hicks To this union was born 12 children 3 of whom are dead He leaves 9 children four sisters and five brothers besides a host of friends to mourn his loss He was ready when the sum r mons came Those of the child ren present When the end came were Robert Frank Mrs Geo Hammonds Hannahand Dell Those away William and Alyis of Wilder Tenn Mrs Dave Shelley of Temple Okla and Mrs WP Barvey of Albany Ky The funeral was preached in the home by Rev J A Johnson Gadberry Burning and sowing plant beds is the order of the day in this neighborhoodMrs Johnson who has been very sick for the past three weeks is improving at this writ ing Mr SL Murrell visited at Sparksville Sunday V Mr and Mrs F R Johnson visited relatives in Columbia last TuesdaySeveral from this place at tended the McFarland sale near Columbia last Saturday Mrs Cora Rowe was the guest of Mrs ThursdayIof last week Anthus Loy of Bliss was at this place last Tuesday Messrs Dallas Morrison and J B Loy left Monday morning for LouisvilleMiss Morrison is teach ing a subscrition school at John son school house with very good attendanceMiss Bailey of Ozark is visiting her sister M sJ R Johnson at this place Mrs Evan Akin is on the sick list at this writing Mr and Mrs Sam Allen returned home from feessemer Ala last Wednesday night Master Martin Franklin lost a good young horse last week Will Johnson sold one cow to Si E Allen for 17o and bought one hog from George Morason for 2150 Mrs Emily Burtononevv horse for 145 CrutchrWhenEditor J S Sossraan of Cor nelius NGV bruised his Jejg badly it addrSBucklens Arnica Salved healed it thoroughly Nothing 18 go prompt and sure orPUd25c at Paall Drug Co r 1A Miiltown Rev Rood filled his appoint ment here last Sunday Mrs Alice Chapman of Co lumbia visited her mother Mrs Lizzie Thomas several days of last week t Mr Tom Garrison sold one mule last Monday for 11050- J A Thomas recently sold to Nathan Bridgewaters a nice bunch of hogs for 6 cents per poundMr Wesley Skaggs is builing an addition to his house Mr Gaither Turner and wife will leave for Illinois next week Miss Vara Thomas is visiting her brother Ray Thomas at Campbellsville this week Several from this community attended county court at Colum bia last Monday Mr Al Thomas sold his farm recently to Mr Brack Cain of Bliss Misses Mattie Hatcher and Bes sie Leftwich visited the Misses Breeding last Sunday Miss Hallie Blakeman left last week for Illinois Mr Virgle Montgomery has almost finished breaking his corn ground Who can beat that Messrs George Cheatham and James Tutt Jr left for Louisville last Wednesday to sell their last years crop of tobacco Mr Frank Darnells house burned recently He had no in surance Mrs Kate Dohoney who has been on the sick list for the past three weeks has pout recover ed Mr Dan TCurd1a dry goods salesman was with our mer chants one day last week Messrs Albert Mercer and Wil lie Hindman are going into the dry goods business They will also have charge of the mail Weed We are having a few fair days but cold weather continuesI Mr George Cole and family spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Ran Cole Rev Perdew preached an in teresting sermon at Big creek last Saturday night Born to the wife of Willie Hamilton on the 25th a son Born to the wife of Marshall Roach the 26th a son Born to the wife of Luther Roach on the 30th a son Mr and Mrs W L Fletcher were visiting Mr and Mrs Press England of Leatherwood last Sunday Miss Maggie Bragg of Grady yule accompanied by Mr Gowen her ulicle passe through here on her way to Ed monton Saturday Your reporter learned today that Uncle Daniel Mooneyham sold Worn Moore a nice milk cow for the sum of 30 Mr C L Keltner had a sing ingsat Big Creek Sunday morn ing and after the singing broke and the crowd had started for horoMr Scott Hill was clos ing the window shutters and found the church was burning around the flue H e gave the alarm by ringing the bell which Brought quite acrowdback Then the work began Some knocked off shingles some car riedwater wb teothera threw water and after eome dabor the f flames were jexltii iW Quit i elroofcame in with shingles hammers and nails and put the roof back again Jl Mr Porter England and Mr Charlie Gowen made a business trip to Edmonton last Monday Mr and Mrs Lige Bragg were visiting Mr and Mrs Haden Keltner last Saturday night They also spent Sunday at the home of J L Moore Rev George Groves passed through this place Monday en route for Prices Creek to hold a few days meeting Mr Newt Compton died Mon day and was buried of the Roach graveyard near this place Bart Health in this community is not very good several cases of colds and lagrippe Rev H C Wilson has just closed a revival meeting at Mt Pleasant Mr Alpha Southerland of Mill Springs was visiting his parents Mrs and Mrs WI Southerland last week Miss Flora Ramsey was the guest of her cousin Sadie South erland last Sunday Mr B Gillespie has been at tending court at Monticello the past two weeks Mr and Mrs W M McKinley were visiting Mrs McKinleys parents Mr and Mrs J E Ramsey last week Mr J D Lowe passed through our town last Tuesday Mr Wm Neal was in our midst last week with his spring line of dry good Mr and Mrs Leo A Daugh erty of Monticello are visiting Mrs Daughertys parents Mr and Mrs J I Southerland- Mr Josh Chesney who left for Illinois has accepted a position in the oil field at Bridgeport Mr James B Ramsey and Miss Nellie Falkenburg were quietly married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J B Falkenburg of Russell comity last Monday Rev John Wool dridge officiating Immediately after the ceremony the kappy couple accompanied by Mr Bar ton Ramsey and Miss Sadie Southerland started forthe home groomsgrandparentsMrl a very pleasant dinner was served Their many friends wish thep1 much happiness Oweusby The farmers are very busy pre paring for their crops Prof J V Dudley is instruct atdMr Bob Royse and Mr Waggener were here last week buying mules We understand they purchased three pair but failed to learn the price Orley Holt has pneumonia ever at this writing Mrs Ada Keon is in very poor health r D G Grider attended the fifth Sunday meeting at Providence church and reports a large crowd Mr U T Selby of Hales Store formerly Griders Store was in this part recently buying cattle He bought one cow from JYSims for 2250 Ollie Aaron were qultely married at the horns of the bride Feli6 Qnly ii few relaKYeaiHiia friends 1jl rf1I rf r WEEKLY L GOURIERJOURNflL HENRY WATTERSON o EditorIfIs a National Newspaper politics Lt prants Jail the news without a 100aa year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL IND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEflS BOTH ONE YEAR 1 1 ei or 150 I I thispapernot s Daily6 CourierJournal Yr 600 j I Sunday CourierJournal Yr S2k00 We can give you a combination cute irate on Daily or Sunday if yqu will writea IQeseeeoJ lliii aase witnessing the ceremony S R Colling officiating The groom is a son of W D Wheat Den mark and a niecer young man is net found in Russell county The bride is a daughter of Sam Aaron this place and posesses all the qualities that make the ideal woman She will be greatly missed from the young circle by her many friends Miss Olga Lawless visited her sister Mrs Stant Kean James town last week Mrs Sarah Clayton who has been confined to her bed for two years past is still very low Whooping cough is raging in this neighborhood Mrs Sophia Lawless is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Winfrey Jamestown this week Mrs Greene Kean is improv ing slowly at this writing Mr A D Gains and family visited his father C M Gains one night last week Mr Lee Lawless will soon have his dwelling completed and will move to it at once Miss Ella Helm was visiting Sallie and Olga Lawless Sunday I1 McGaha There is quite a lot of sickness in this community Mr Zilch Brooks baby died last Friday and was buried Sunday evening at the Redmon grave yard Rev John Rice gave a funeral talk Uncle Newton Compton departed this life the7 of Feb He was 69 years old and a victim of consunjpton He leaves testi mony that he has gone to rest Jordan BurtonuGrandma Powell and Ola Sin clair are on the sick list We have the best school at Grassy Springs thathasi ever been taught there We doubt if there isa better school in the county Rev f Iv M Grirasley of Hovious is our teacher He came here liif hly recommended by Greeti ljo W Officials wheret lie had taught for y rsHe x q XX iXiX x Xi organized the first debating society that was ever organized here It grew so large that he was forced to organize an other for the benefit of his younger pupils He is music teacher of high reputation and gives our children a lesson in vocal music every day Mr Editor you and the readers of the News come some night and hear our child ren sing and Demer Burton and Virgil Redmon speak SappsIwas a great success Owensby As I have seen nothing from here I will write a few items if you will spare a little space in your paper We are having some very nice weather now and farmers are getting ready for work Mr Selby Williams is in a very serious condition having recently had a stroke of paralysis Miss Lillie Clayton of Russelll Springs spent a week with her sister Mrs Liston Lawless at this place Born to the wife of Oris Holt on the 8th inst a boy MrWoody Wheat and Miss Born to the wife of Ores Holt on the 9th a boy Mrs J H Barger of Esto Who has been at Columbia being treated by Dr E A Waggener has returned home and is getting along very well Mr M L Grider of near Jamestown purchased a c o w from Dock Barnes of Creelsboro for 3250 Mr Woodie Wheat and Miss Ollie Aaron were married on the 6th Squire Sam Collins officiat ing Rev Pennycuff delivered a very interesting sermon atMt r Pleasant8undayr Mr Shelby Williams who hair been confined to his room ibrf VerytfjI1U vt f rtj 1 r 5 7 i1j f r 7 r if Ig THEAD irR C T fry i 7 ii r iC tiGradJ vllie f rj fjGreensburgw- as here the first of the week Geo F Nell spent a day or so in tHe Nell community last week looking for cattle and hogsI Logan Rqwe in connection with his blacksmith business does some watch repairing The continued snow and cold weather has learned our people how to take care of their fuel a well as feed for their stock Mr Sam Mitchell of Colum bia was here last Friday shaking hands with his many friends Mrs Strong Hill was on the sick list a few days of last week Rev Bryant Wilsons wife died on the 18th with a complication of diseases David Kinnaird J T Hamil ton and son of Newere in our midst one day last week Dr L C Nell was called to the bedside of Mr and Mrs Chap man Browning of the Milltown community one night last week tThe last snow that visited us got a move on our people in the way of sowing grass seed There was quite a lot of red top and clover sown in this section last Friday and Saturday Last Sunday was a disagrea ble day The ground was covered deep with snow the conse qiience was that our preacher Rev Johnston failed to reach u and we had no service Neithe- of our churches had Sabbat- School r Prof John Holladay notwith t standing the severe cold weather r Wand snow has not failed a single day to have school and so far awe s know he is giving universal satisfaction He is having very goodattendance On account of the high water last week our mails from Colum biaand Edmonton failed to reach us Dr J H Grady who is located for the present at Mr Frank Do honeys in the Milltown com munity was in our midst one day last week and reported that his health was very much im proved since he made the move from this place also informed us that he expected t o visit his daughter Mrs McKay at E town in the near future After he returns he will possibly locat- at this place again to practice his profession IIn our last communication we made mention about Mr D 6- Wheeler selling 124 worth of corn up to that time and by mis take you had it that he sold 1 f124worth We wish to correct this mistake as it was not on the part of your reporter Mr Allen Kemp one of o most industrious young men and one that knows the value of on hundred cents to the dollar bought last week inthis commu nity a farm worth the money al so a full line of farming imple r ments with a good spanofmules Mr Kemp is certainly a progress ive young man and after coming into possession of such a valua r ble farm we are sure that he likes one thing yet and that is a helpmate and from the vis tshej has been making recently above our city we take it that the question will be settled in the 4 Jiiear future Jrrt Absheiv T t I MrtTJones wuat horn er a fe 1i1l r t si w Mr Olen Robertson was visiting at Delaney Robertsons last TuesdayMrs L T iliitigham is spending a few days with her sister Mrs J B Cave who has bee sick for some time Mr J W Arnold the produce man was in this neighborhood one day last week Mr 0 P4 Dillingham spent Sunday at M A Brockman 5Sbeen with his cousin Mr W H Cave for some time returned home last Wednesday The mail failed to reach Kni ley a few days last week on account of the creek being pass fording Miss Arva Cave spent Thursday night with her u cleH B Robertson Mr J H Morris was at the Clear Water Farm one day last weekMr Trigg Defevers made flying trip to Plum Point a few days ago Messrs Mat and Ingram Robertson were at Coburg Friday Mr and Mrs Robert Hum phessspent Wednesday with B F Robertson and family Miss Emma Hardwick is visiting her grandmother Mrs So Thomas Mrs Mary Morris gave her lit surprissa t e birthdayhpresent were and Gladyce Morris Mary Rice Mary E Willis Flora Florence and Mary Grant and Mrs W B Morris Miss Ida Grant is visiting at Neatsburg Mr M D Jones is at home this week Mr and Mrs C C Jones visit the formers parents near Elkhorn last Sunday ands Monday Sunshine We have had the largest snow that has been for twenty three years It stopped business at this place such as hauling spokes and fertilizer Mr C V Tucker has bought W A Whitter hickory timber and paid 3000 for it eH F Johnson sold a cow an calf to Allen Bernard for 3250 Mrs Cordelia Meadows is very sick and not expected to recover Mr H F Johnsons wife died last week and left him with three little children There are several people going to leave for Illinois the first of March They are as follows CI EurJohnson and family Thomas Flaen agan Warren Harris Arlanda Harris J H Lawless and family left this place and went to Texas a short time ago Wheat crops look sorry in this part and flour selling at 360 per hundred Meal at 90c p bushel and expected to be higher The timber trade is oh a boom this county such as saw tim berand spoke timberA Mr J E Humble of this place has a lot of timber tolsaw par Jy on the yard If you want anything in the Y harae making or repairing call on Jh T ten y ors e pK enc 44t itt uthJrirlf r1 t l1t r i A hi j i1 j 1J 1 i Tarter T Farmers have taken advantage of the few fair days and have been doing some farming nMr Oscar Bonta of Burgin was here last week looking after his timber business havie been buying hogs for a few days Mr W G White has been con fined to his room for a few days with grip but is better at this time Mr Lawrence Bricken has removed to his farm which he re Abrellfnear Ella IMr Denny Helton and family last week for Illinois t o make that place their future home Mr Oscar Bonta sold toMr Hobson of Campbellsville twen tysix hundred acres of timbere land for 15000 i LMr Estill Canady was in Camp bellsville last week Mr Clarence Campbell and family are selling their personal property and are aiming to go t o Arkansas Aunt Anna White has been confined to her room for some time with rheumatism brooAd mare from D G Shepherd for 165yD F White sold to Junius Shepherd one twoyear old heifer for 25 ll1rs W G White sold one six monthsold hog for 1372 Mr Ephram McKinley and wife o f Russell Springs were visiting the family of Mr W G White last week Mr T G White is erecting a new dwelling near this place Mrs Joe Foley is on the sick list this week Mr J 0 White was in Russell Springs last week Mr and Mrs J I Cravens of Webbs X Roads were visiting Mr and Mrs W G White last week Mr Otho Wheat and familyI will leave for Illinois in the near uturshome Mrs Nancy Eastham died Feb ruary 9th She had been con fined to her bed for some time eadt was a of the Baptist church She was about 55 years of age The in terment was in the White graver yard J M Shepherd is on the sick r list this week Oh Wednesday morning Feb ruary 9th there was a darkI gloom of sadness spread ove this community when the death of Clarence Tarter was reported It will be remembered that lie swallowed a cockle burr on the 14th day of November He was examined at once by a number of doctors He afterwards went tois Lebanon to the Infirmary AlII the doctors thought it a very dangerous operation He lasted boere his sufferings wilh great forti tude Clarence was a good boy strong and healthy when he hapa pened to this accident He was 21 years old the 17th of last June He hadmany friends number Iing them by his acquaintance Hp was the third son of Mr an Mrs P M Tarter He is sur fimve brjotherf arid one sister Ht wIll ba inetly imiseedLrointhe lar J r 1y iirtii circle of young people All that loving hands and kind treatment could do was done during his ill affectionIdistress He told his family and friends that he was ready to yield to his Creator There was a large crowd attended his burial The funeral ser vices were conducted by Otis Wolford and he was laid to rest in the family grave yard near Tarter Dearest larence thou hast left us Here thy loss we deeply feel But tisGod that hath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal Yet again we hype to meet thee Where the dreams of life have fled Then in Heavenwith joy to greet thee Where no farewell tears are shedt Pellyton Mr J D Lowe was here one day last week Mrs Susan Sanders and son Elbert were in Columbia las Friday on business Miss Florence Rubarts of Eunice is visiting the family of IvIrJ D Jones this week Messrs G W Rubarts and S cL Coffey left last week for Okla homa to be gone several weeks Mrs Nancy Barnett is very sick at this writing Jasper Doss was at Campbells lone flay last week Revs W P Wilkerson and W H Lemon left last Friday for Lemons Bend where they expect to carry o n a protracte- meeting for about 10 days Mr D 0 Pelley sold a good work mare to John Brockman for 50 Mr Z T Pelley sold to Welb Williams of col two colts 12500 GA Abshersold one mare to Henry Workman for 13000I Corn is selling on this market for 400 per barrel- The Pellyton postoffice will be a money order office April 1st Mrs D S Ellis is better at this writing IMr T J Pelley while trying to get a tree down which had lodged against another tree Was considerably hurt The tree slippedand struck Mr Pelle knocking him down Dr Ham mond was called and attended him He is getting along ve well at present d Mr W S Rector who lives near Dunnville is very sick at present Wont Need a Crutch When Editor J S Sossman of Cor nelius N G bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then thornsure for Ulcers Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema or Piles 25c at Paull Drug Co Keltner The health of this community not very good We have several cases of measles in this neighborhood Taylor Parson has been down with rheumatism for quite awhile and is no better 1The farmers are preparing for large crop of tobacco Our tobacco dealers sold sixty thousand pounds of tobacco lastr weep at 12i cents per pound G A Keltner sold one cow for d40 The Pleaiatn Ridge church cattglitijre Sunday and itr took hArdwork as save the buildin Rose Gillisare dom a good i d I 1 l Woodson Lewis Greensb rg JS NOW I 1Studebaker l Birdsel TWburn- s = =Wago sA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carlload of 1Disc Harrows A car load of antOne= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Goantry ready for x Spring trader LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kindof Farm ndi on the Lo N R R Woodson LewisYThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to 111 = ioI K tJ OllhWr klE oig JIfi Nla The Louisville Trust southwest Corner t Company Fifth and Market LOUISVILLE Organized under A special charter for the safe keeping of valuables of every kind and description and the transaction of a general trust busi ness is authorized to act in any part of the State as Executor Admin siYtrust that can be held by an individual imparry 1porate property its magnificent fireproof office building and its great nancial strength TIlE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ONE DOLLAR A YEAR business with their hotel a t this pace I Martha Rutledge died last Thursday at 1 oclock She was 88 years of age the wife of Bill Rutledg s Rev JW Firquin bought a t horse from Wesley Black last week price not known N G Keltner is in on a visit to his parents and friends from the west Ella fiealth of this community is not very good at this writing Mr Allen Hadley who has been sick for some time Jim proves very slowly We are glad to know that Mrs Mag Ferryman who has been confined to lierrjmfor sometime sable to be out again We are liiyjng plenty of snow and rxin at prelen tIt J Lizzie Abrell visited at J B Piles one fright last week Miss Etwol Williams visited the writer one day last week Mr J T Goodman of Colum bla is taking up Mr E Bryants lumber this week He is having a cold time of it Mr S W Piles sold Dr Per ryman three barrels of corn at 450per barrel Mr Ahderson Foley of Russell county passed through here one day last week en route to Campbellsville A little son of Mr F T Hard wick is very sickat this wrining The little child of Mr G B Williams is improving slowly Mr S L Williams and his mother were shopping at Edith one day last week Mr S G Tarter has removed to Caseycounty We axe iorrj to give Mr Tarter uprvI r It