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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- r f4 t bif untp t j l j 1VOLUMF XU COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1910 NUMBER J7 s Graded School Celebrates Monday afternoon Miss Roberts room composed of the fourth and fifth grades celebrated Washingtons birth day in a very appropriate manner The parents of the children in that room were invited and all who attended theI evercises said they were entertained hugely Tuesday morning in Prof Wilsons room the students of his and Miss Rickmans rooms celebrated the brith day of our greatest American The seating space was all taken The pro gram was a very appropriate one for the occasion being composed largely of patriotic spngs and recitations Those present expressed themselves delighted with the exercises Visitors arE always made to feel very welcome at the school by the teachers and are certainly made happy by the work which the children are doing Public Sale On Monday March 7th being county court day 1 will at one oclock on the public square of Columbia offer to the highest bidder the following 2 good work horses ones and one 12 years old sound One 3J Birdsell wagon good as new Two set good wagon harness One steel tire buggy goodfas new Come and get a bargain Terms made known on day of sale Coy E Dudgeon The Adair County News desires to return its grateful thanks to the peo ple of Russell county for their liberal support of this paper We had publish ed notices stating that a representa tive of the News would be in James town the two first days of circuit court and notwithstanding the roads were bad and the weather disagreeable a great many friends met him paid up and renewed their subscriptions While the News is liberally supported in all the adjoining counties Russell is the banner county outside of Adair We would be ungrateful if we did not appreciate the patronage from this gran- old county and weagain return thanks promising to use our utmost endeavors to make the paper as interesting in the future asit has been in the past Mr J Cager Yates who represents the Bradfordsville Overall Company lastweekoveralls That is going some but when you take into consideration the ability of the salesman it is not extra remark able We remember away back about growgJimof Louisville and at that time he could get over more territory swiming the creeks if they were on a high and sell more hats than any other m- on the road For Sale j Pure bred S C Rhode Island Red Cockrels 110 each Also eggs for hatching same stock 100 for 15 Mrs W C Leach 174t Joppa Ky The box supper and entertainment given at the Russell Springs Academy last Tuesday night was largely attended The entertainment consisted of music plays recitations etc The boxes which had been prepared hy the young ladies of the town were sold to the highest bidder They brought from 25 cents to 450 per box Russell Springs will soon be an in corporated town A municipal board will be elected and steps taken at once for better streets and more light It is said that Mr J E Snow the proprietor of the roller mill is perfectly willing to install a dynamo nearly every family in town signifying a willingness to take lights A lodge of L O 0 Fs will be organized in Columbia at an early day The petition to the Grand Master asking for a dispensation was forwarde- last week The exact date for the or ganization will be given later A number of OddFellows of Russell Springs and Jamestown have signified awillilg ness to be present On account of high waters and disagreeable weather a light crowd win as Jamestown the first day of Circuit Court However it waS a busy day with farmers tradesmen and mer chants anda great deal of money i changed hands l We learn from lawyers and litigants r that the people of Russell county are well pleased with their new Circuit Judge J C Carter He dispatches bosraew rapidly and is very courteous to the bar and to others who have bus ness before him t Born to the wife of Ralph Waffrsk yt1t 2Qth a darrghterey Iy t f i At the Methodist Church Next Sun day Rev T L Hulse P E will preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday morning The occasion being the Second Quarterly Conference for the Columbia and Tabor charge At the evening service the will deliver an address on TheWomens WorkI and install the officers elect of two societies for the women The public in general are invited and all the mem bers of the church urged to attend these service Sunday school at950 a m Epworth Leaque devotional service at 615 p m Historical Party A delightful historical party was given by the Misses Baker on Tuesday afternoon February 221910- Many minds were puzzled as to whether a certain General was a hero of 1776 or 1812 What partained to the army and the T test But at last the Flag waved bravely over every question answered An elaborate luncheon was served Those present were Mesdames Patteson Murrell Coffey Bradshaw Pattesbnj Russell Curri Coffey Miller White Misses Clark Harrison Rickman Triplett Where are They Ye friends of my boyhood Where are you today Passing lifes journeyI rWhereYou stopped for repose In that silent slumber t Death only bestows v Lifes labors all ended f- Its pleasures all passed Secure from its bilows f Youre anchored at last Though storms may arise t Their gathering waves Sound a sad requiem Ore your silent graves Theres others to greet us dWhere once you have been For the crowds ever changing As guests at an Inn Always faring mortals 4re here for a day The rest all to follow were going that way But where those fond spirits 1 We each loved so wellsAre they still about us Alas who can tell v V Trr V If gone to the giver I u Where he is they aretAnd may linger near usfFor Godseverywher WT Jones T Mdntpelier Ky DeathanMrs Mary Powell a highly respected lady ninetythree years of age who re sided in White Oak sixteen miles stint eastof Columbia and the wife Oliver Powell died on the twenty second day of February at her home with the infirmities incident to old age The deceased was well and favorably known in the community in which she resided and her deathwas regretted by all who knew her McL A postal from Owensby Russell ty says On Saturday the 26th inst Mr Shelby Williams who has bee sick for over three months succumbs to the inevitable and passed over the river of death He was 56 years old and leaves wife daughter and five sis ters besides numerous other friends He left evidence of his faith The funeral services were conducted by Rev Thomas Hadley after which the remains were laid to rest in the family grave yard at this place Phelps Bros who are now the proprietors of the Patterson Hotel James town are conducting a very good house Mrs Loren Phelps is the hostess an looks after the cullinary department alegantidY Ed Kidd whose home was in Case cottntya son of the late Dan Kidd who was killed by the Croketta lost his life at Faubush Pulaski county last week He was shot and killed by man named Wyatt Combest It was impossible to stop the pigs last week They started on a quick run and Thursday they were up to 975 on the Louisville market and i Buffalo 0 Y they brought 1005 f Coleman Daugherty of Edmonton were here last Friday buying horses and mules They bought six head ranging mprlce from 105 to 20C per head f JScott221 was buried at fhi Carawl jpray yard o i tbT W drodaf1t V l- JOHN J BIGGS A WeilKnown Revenue Officer Dies After a Short Illness at Loretto FUNERAL SERVICES AT COLUMBIA illS HONE The people of this community were morningIcity and only words of sorrow and sympathy for the devoted wife could be heard His sickness was of short duration only a few days and but few peo pIe in Columbia knew that he was ill He was a victim of pneumonia and while he received the closest attention earthly hands could not check the ravages of the fatal disease The end boardinghouse devoted wife sisterinlaw Miss Fannie Smythe and a number of friends being at his bedside The deceased was born and reared near Cane Valley this county but for a number of years he resided in the su burbs of Columbia and was known and respected as one of the best citizens in Adair county On the 24th day of May 1900 he was happily married to Miss Mary E Smythe of this place and for the past five or six years they resided in their beautiful home near town surrounded with everything that goes to make life worth living The deceased was a man of high character his word was his bond and theworld was madepoore at his leaving When theend came he was in his sixtieth year Soon after he reached his majority he petitioned and was ceived into Tampico Lodge Free an Accepted Mrsons and a sho t time after the third degree was conferred upon him he was elected Master of the lodge holding the position for several yearsAbout two years ago he made a fession of his faith in Christ with the Presbyterian Church and lived a consistent member until the final fits solution Tile funeral services were heM iri the Presbyterian church Monday after pastorRevZ T Williams At the conclu ion of the religious services the re mains were turned over to the Mason Fraternity bourne to the city came ry and there deposited with the usual ormalities of the order itsdeepestsympathy all other relatives Mr S A Antle has purchased prop arty in Russell Springs and is now a citizen of that thrifty town Mr An joined interests with Mr L E hDarnell under the firm name of Antie Darnell They are now receiving farm implements buggies harness and field seeds which they will hande It For Sale Some nice Thoroughbred Berkshire e Flowersn YoudDaily CourierJournal by mail thre months and The Adair County News one year both for only 175 The price of the daily CourierJournal is 6 year 150 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereb papedd r March only at the price for both named above Send in your subscription at prQceedings 8enddesired Weekly CourierJournal is just a good asit ever was We can furnish the Weekly and our paper both for one Yyear for 150 Born to the wife of J W Kimble Febrau ary 20 3910 a daughter Mother and baby doing nicely Mrs Kimble is a daughter of Mr and Mrs G A Smith this place nMr Ephribam Crawhorn who lived near the tollgate died last Saturday night He leaves a wife and sever children inn very distressing cir Uni stances The remains were interred Sunday afternoon 1tci8ourunik r itanding that the deceased wet a vic tim of brain trouble abwr butt ree Tbiqht UjiiiVl Ii Entertained Miss Annie Dixon entertained the Sewing Club last Saturday afternoon Those invited were Mesdames Bruce Montgomery and George Lowe Misses Lorena Harrison Dimple Conover Myrtle Myers Francis Jones Martha Hancock Lina Rosenfieldto Madge Ros enfied Edna Lewis Laura Herriford Ruth Summers Bess Rowe Mary Cartwright Mable Jasper Alice Wal ker Jennie McFarland Misses Gibbs and Hancock After bringing out their beautiful workfor a time refreshments were served and another hour was spent in delightful conversation Jones an old and well respected IJeff man in his section died Sunday night at his home near Crocus H e was near seventy years old Born to the wif of J O Grissom the 27th a daughterI FOXES WANTED Red and Grey Foxes250 to 300 Squirrelsr 50 to 100 Coons 75to 150 And xpress W T HODGEN Box 232 CampbBllsville Ky Pnblic Debate The first public debate of the school term between the C D S and the F L S debating societies will be held at the L W T S Saturday evening March 5 1910 The 0 F L girls so ciety will supplement the entertain ment With some very interesting parts of the program PROGRAM Ole Mistis John Trotwood Moore Zella Francis Pelley Journal Gertrude Gabbert ValseArabesque Theordore Locke HodgesdSubje t Resolved That the death penalty should be abolished Affirmative Negative M R Gabbert D H Lyon Fred Rainwater Eugene Hauk Chaminadeed SCharlieI W NaPierC n Q JrvMiss Ada Bridgewater t OF LMISS Mary MillerCommittee on Program Preaching Next Sunday I H C Sandidge Greensburgi 1F J Barger Shiloh Z T Williams Cane Valley J R Crawford Union y J A Johnson Picketts chapel- J H Rood Milltown JF Turner West Fork W L LevijjGreasjr Creek B M Currie Columbia t W B Cave Bethlehem Closing Out From now until further notice we will offer our entire stock of Merchan dise at reduced prices in many instances less than Cost In view of the fact that we will be asked many questions in regard to our reasons etc will say that vie are at present undecided what our future course will be but to any one wishing to go into the goods business we will close out at any time our entire stock etceThis is a good stand and we have done a good business during the last seven whitah we owe largely to our many friends who wya to see the many bargains we are going to offer All goods we sell from now on will be for cash or produce or to parties that will pay uwhen we call on them and to others who secure us in loin way So come on and get your shar of these bargain goods s s174t Very Respectfully Nell Nell GradyvilleKy I want to sell my house and lot It is a new dwelling 6 rooms Outbuildings all new a desirable place to live One acre of ground Mrs Susan Montgomery 171t Columbia Ky Mr Geo W Staples has been aIr pointed an attendant at the HoPkin- Yule Asylum He left for his place of duty Monday morning alThe Baasett Hardwood Lumber Gp now ready to receive hickory logs lis lumber at their mill in Columbia 174t A letter from Longstreet wiw r eeiytd this week untigned It went to tiMne bMket Wdrn wantAan aubliors nano forspublieatloe butt w xwtkaow tie writer r o Death of a Former Residents rO- n Tuesday the 15th of February Mrs Margaret Daughety died at her late home Vine Grove Hardin county She waS a daughter of Caleb P and Ann B Turk and a sister of Mrs Mary T Harvey of this place When quite a young woman she was married in this town to Mr Noble Daughety and soon after their marriage they took up their residence near Loretto Marion county where they lived happily together un tie last October when they removed to Vine Grove Early in life she confess ed her Savior united with the Cumber land Presbyterian church and lived a consistent Christian until the final dissolution After removing to Marion county she unites with the Methodist church there being no Cumberland Presbyterian cornmunity She was a devoted church worker and reared her children in the fear and admonition of the Lord She was about 66 Year old when the end came which was a peaceful and happy ending of a long life She leaves a hus band and thre sons two sisters Mrs Mary T Harvey of this place Mrs Mattie Van Cleave Lovisville and one brother Mr John W Turk of Red River county Texas Peace to her memory sympathy for the surviving husband and children sisters and brother We are now on the market for Hick ory timber either in the log on our yard or we will buy it on the stump The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co 174t Columbia Ky It was said of one of the best men of our generation Whenever he entered a room of any kind the conversation that was going on and the discussion immediately sprang up to a far higher level than it was before And to this was added Men thought their bes and spoke their best in his presence What worthier commendation could any man have The only goodness that counts is the goodness which is of the daily habit and inner Jife of a man al ways does make itself felt And here is the other sIde of the same noble in fluence for influence which makes fo good always casts out evil h He habitually lived in an atmosphere in which every mean and unworthy thought was asphyxiated Residence Burned Last Wednesday Morning about oclock the fire alarm was sounded from the residence of Mr E L Feese located on the street leading from the Oampbellsville pike to the Fair Grounds A large number of people soon gather ed at the scene but not in time to save the building nor but a few articles of the household goods Mr Feese and his wife were in the cook room Mrs Feese preparing breakf stThey earda roaring noise and upon investigating they discovered that the main part o their dwelling was in flames Their children were asleep but they were quickly rescued and then an effort was made to save household goods but the fire was in such headway only a few outsThe fire originated from a defective flue in the family room and in less than one hour the building w a s burned to the ground Mr Feese considers his loss 1700 with 950 insurance on the dwelling and contents As soon as the loss is adjusted he will rebuild on the same site Do It Now The time for Spring work will soon be upon us when farmers will be rush Dudr se s when mud or snow prevents more ac tive work is a good tithe to get ready The gear and harness should be gone over rand mended farming utensils should be looked overjnuts tightened neeare procured now A good coat of paine will add both to the looks and the last ing qualities of many tools and should not be forgotten Chicken coops maybe put together grape vines arid fruit trees trimmed and much other work be done now instead of at a later date when work is pressing and time mor precious Mr Roger Pembert6n met us on the wansto pay up and renewmy fathers S C Pemberton of Horse Cave subscrip tion to thg News He thinks more iof The Adair County News than any oth er paper he takes In fact Ida not think he could do without it We fr quently get a card from a sub thatithe number oil lii paper hai Hot tbeenraoyed up We byjh eii too togyjp change the nuirabfhjutviwth e proper tcwditt b eonM1teJd oa or booJSi r 1 f r ro r z Seriously tabbed Last Thursday night Clyde Jones who is a soninlaw of J D Absher was badlystabbed by Jo A Bryant The difficulty occurred at Mr Abshers home where a pie supper was in prog ress It is our understanding that the two men got into a dispute over the sale of a pie Dr W R Grissom wasJcalled and attended the wounded man Jones was married about two weeks ago The facts will be brought out at the examining tria1tAllen jp On the 18th of February Mrs Leslie Allen died in an infirmary at Birmingham Ala Her home was at Bessemer Ala and was conveyed to Birmingham where she submitted to an operationtdying under the knife She was a very excellent lady her husband being a native of this county a son of Mr and Mrs S A Allen Mrs Allen was a devoted member of the Methodist Church and was only 20 or 21 years of age The sympathy of the husbands many friends in Adair county is ex tended Rhode Island Red eggs for sale 15 for sixty cents delivered at Col mbiafor Knifley by mail carrier If you want them send in your order and tell what day Mrs J B Grant Absher Ky Simmons of Russell countyand IFelix Conover whose home was near Roy this county eloped to Ten nessee on the night of Washingtons birthday where they were married the following evening They were expect ed to return last Friday night Mel drum G Scholl of Ozark conveyed the couple to and from Tennessee oftSam C Lawrence of Sand Lick fame Mr E V Miller who Yves at Crocus sold and delivered the coffin and also saw the body We understand that arj inquest was held and that the JurY de tcided that he was ihjrQwji rgti his horse and killed rForSale Black Jack 7 yearg old 14j h ids proven breeder Bay Stallion 5 Years old 16i hands good breeder clause for selling I have gone into merchandise business J H Womack 5Russell Springs Ky Stults Bros Co have sold thewr saw outfit to Sandufiky Co for 1 v 000 A large crowd attended Stapp Bros sale last Friday and everything sold f lrlywel1 W T Hodgen Advertises for wild animals in todays News He offers fKWe can furnish the Louisville Dailyv Herald and theAdair County News one year each for 325 Mr L T Neat is now doing special work in the revenue service and is lo cated at Gethse one v LOUISVILLE MARKtlf Latest Quotations on Live Stock v itZ J CATTLE Shipping steer50O50Be- ef steers 400450 Fat heifers and cows 325375 Cutters 325375 Canners 100225 Bulls 275325 Feeders n 375425 Stockers 350400 Choice milch cows 35004500 10002000IPi r 8 28 55 Roughsz 920 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 575675 Culls 300400 Fatsheep 350425d nft drmbia Market 1 POULTRY Eggsy t 17JTrukeys 10 r Chickens 14 Ducks 8 GRAlNt Wheat 12Corn 80 I i Joe E Johnston began receiving pooled tobacco yesterday at Allen Waltkier Jrharaori GrHDIbur8treet Bt roy poolers are requested to deKrer their tobacco first 162t rFJ Mctii wfil fririd for all riDilatcror y 4f i r I k THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r For the Rome Seamstress v Buttons and button holes are the best fastenings for childrens clothes and all tub garments as r t J hooks and eyes besides pulling off sooner will flatten in the ironing and may make rust stains on the material Button oles must be cut straight with 1A the thread of the doth and but tonhole twist or coarse thread must be used Working with a doublethread is not to be tom mended For the childrens play dresses or rompers the closing at the back should be made placket fashion as this is not likely to tear out Sew a straight strip of material about an inch and a quarter wide and the length of the opening to the wrong side of the dress at the line of closing turn over on itself turn in the edge andstitch Fold this strip hack and make a buttonhole through the strip and the materi Val of the dress at the neck plac ing another at about yoke dept- hS well Where lace edging is applied to berthas or ruffles it shouldbe put on by hand whipping it on to a folded edge that is hemmed in some cases the edge is rolled an inch or two at a time and the lace then whipped on When the lace is to be slightly gathered the thread which is to be found at the top of lace may be used as a gathering string and pulled as desired The lace is held to the right side of the material the edge of the material rolled on the ofbthem whipped together with fine thread and stitches- Featherstitched seam cover ing is particularly useful fo childrens clothes as it can be bought in various grades and may be used on all cotton mater ials 4 If a skirt is straight several Hucks should be allowed one or two inches wide near the lower edge These tucks are econo mica as well as pretty as they may be let down to lengthen the skirt U f Good Old Days How would you like to return h to the Good Old Days before the bill collector was turned loose upon an unprotected public Before people knew that they had concealed within their anato mies that dreadful and worthless piece of machinery known as the vermiform appendix When every doctor had hisI saddle bags with him and no matter what the trouble was he gave you calomel and quinine and italwayscuredyou Before we were notifiedo n every hand that countless thou sands of deathdealing microbes 1qvesi fried onions Before it became stylish to sleep away the long winter nights on a hard thin mattress between two cold sheets When eggs were so cheap th sour wife didnt hoard them up Rand rush them off t6 market 0 i without leaving even enough for eggnogf5 When wore redtopped f irasstoed boots and girls dress1 6 ed in plain dresses and wore their J hair plaited down their backs without a suggestion fspit n t flJ lib and psyche knots b w7eti cs When everybody used the same kind of cologne When an invitation to a wed ding and the infair didnt have to be to with a bcutglassprobability the very same day you sent the aforesaid punch bowl you were forced to drink buttermilk out of a stone china Coffee cup- When there were no telephones by which your wife could order- a lot of trash that she did notI need and could notify dcomescarcely struck the club or the corner grocery When a girl could make tip her bed andsweep her room without having a well defined case of nervous prostration When a boy could split a little kindling and carry in two buckets of coal without having a pain in his side or the headache When mother could get six children off in time for school do all the household work take a lot of good things to several sick neighbors and not have to be sent annually to her hospital for repairs When mothers looked after their babies instead of the pet dog When men settled their diffi culties by appealing to their neighbors or with bare fists instead of with Winchesters and in the courtrooms When a man could take a little wine for his stomachs sake with out going home drunk and beating up his wife and terrorizing the children generally When you didnt have to sell a good horse to buy your wife a suitrWhen a womans evening dress came as high up as it did low down When a boy at Christmas time was satisfied with a package of fire crackers and three hog blad delightedIsheep Before kids learned to write letter to Santa Claus asking for wagons guns pistols dolls buggies doll beds trains auto mobiles candy oranges banana nuts wearing apparel of- every description anda cart an live pony Whenwe used candles an tallow dip and didnt have to pay tribute to the Standard Oil Co When boys spoke of their parents Ufatherand mother instead of the old lady and the governor When children were taught to obey their parents rather than parents made to obey the child When shoes were fitted to the feet and not feet fitted to shoes When everybody worked in eluding father heelsfwere r o be and not stuck in the shoe at an angle of 45 degrees How would you like to return to the Good Old Days when folks went to church to take part in haatw many pretty fixings they could put on and see what other folks wore When folks went home from church and discussed the good points in the sermon rather than cuss the minister for Hot being more entertaining alldfor preaching more than thirty min5 l1te 1Ex i fl jtr ltrt f mfld o rY Hon Ben Johnson The most prominent candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governar of Kentucky now eing mentioned is Hon Ben n of Nelson county Mr Johnson is now serving his third or fourth term in Congress and iss reognized as one of the leading Democrats in the House He is a man of high character and has had a wonderful successful career in public Jife He has served his people faithfully in many po sitionsas Speaker of the Ken tucky House of Representatives as State Senator as Collector of Internal Revenue of the Louis ville district as Secretay of the Campaign Committee and as mentioned above as Congressman As an organizer and a campaign manager he is not excelled by any one He is being attacked as a whisky man but the fact remains that he never tasted intoxicating liquor in his life and there is not enough money in the world to get him to take a drink He is one of the largest landowners in Nelson county one of the most successful farmers in the State and surly these things ought to be considered by those Democrats looking for a winner We want it distinctly understood that we are not advocating Mr Johnsons claims to the nomination but we do think the people are entitled to know the truth about this able man and faithful Democrat Car lisle Mercury Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY J H Young c Plaintiff Mary Jones c Defendant f By 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 and62 50 costs herein I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday 7th da of March 1910 at one oclock p m o thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following de scribed property towit Three certian tracts of land being on Green River i thae tracts con tains 20 acres each and the other con 1tarns 50 acres The Judgment and or der of sale is refered to for complete description and boundary The two 20 acre tracts will be offer ed in one lot and the 50 acre tract in togetherdmost money will be realized the bid or acceptedd the purchaser withappr6ved surety or securities must execute Bond tearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg cornmentply with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Fine Jerseys r One hundred and sixtyfive o the finestJersey cattle that can be bought in England are now en route to this country from SjEngland rf farm in Fayette county There are fly bulls and one hundred and sixty I five cows and heifers in the herd and v with the arrival of those Elmendorf will have in soond numbers five hundred fine Jer sey cattle All the cattle now t being brought over were select ed especially for Elmendorf b Dr William Geddis who has le presented the United State- Government abroad in that branch of the Department of Agriculture for the past fourteen years Thirty of the cattle are from the famous herd of Lo Rothschild and all ofthem are of the yery cr nof theEnfUih rd r f h iji 41r i f The Point of View William had just returned from college resplendent in peg top trousers silk hosiery a fan cy waistcoat and a necktie that spoke for itself He entered the library where his father waste reading The old gentleman looked up and surveyed his son The longer he looked the more disgusted he became VSon he finally blurted out you look like a d fool Later the old major who lived next door came in and greeted the boy heatily William he said with undisguised admira tionyou look exactly like your father did twenty years ago when he came backfrom school Yes1 replied William with- a smile so father was just telling me Everybodys Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY tHeirsBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the Jan Term thereof 1910 in the above cause I shall proceed to 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 at one oclock p 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 on the waters of Sulphurfork of Russell Creek and bounded as follows viz On the North by the land s of said Allen on the East by the lands of Ed Rigney and on the West by the lands of Martin Redmon and being the same lands con veyed by William Haskins to Morg Hadley and contains 80 acres more or lessrFor the purchase price the purchaser withapproved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal inter est from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Money in PoultryI Did you ever stop to consider the vast amount of money repre sented by fancy poultry through inrstance take the Chicago show with 3200 birds the Missouri annd the Oklahoma State show with 3200 birds all held at about the same time Place an estimat on their value which it is the safe to say would be at least 2000 per head or the vast sum of 23362000 Then think of the number of birds which thes breeders have in their yards at hcme and the value that they represent and then think of th thousands and thousand of breeders that did not exhibit at eithe- of these three shows and the value of the birds owned b them Do this and then let anyone tell you there is no money in bfe you you Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKeY Strong WR Compton JB NapierDeft f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Terra thereof 1910 in the above cause for the sum ofgO with interest from the 16th day of Oct 1903 against WR Compton and two debts of 5000 each against JB Nai pier with the interest at the rate of 30Yth 2975 costs herein I shall proceed t dosor to the highest bid der at Public Auction on Monday the 7th day of March 1910 at one oclock p m- Court or thereabout being County upon a credit six months the following dcribedproperty towit Adarcounty upon of Big CrMkandbounded as follows Begin mcatblakok Q the bank of Big Criktbencdrunning antjrn dt motion with Curt Ielhsrto W liGrai o r r dys line thence running a northern direction with Gradys line to JG Sextons line thence running the same direction with said Sextons line to a stone in the head of a hollow in Sextons line thence running down said hollow to Rig Creek thence up Big Creek to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser withapptoved surety or securities ist execute Bond bearing legal in rest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner While the winter has been colder than for many years there has not yet occurred a sharp dip such as may cause a disaster to fruit Some slight damage of course has been done but no general killing of the main crop s is feared There is more danger that the sleet will damage the trees by breaking the limbs and twigs ISome people are like a sorefin ball gamethey are always getting hurt and going about with a bloody rag tied around their feelings A Missouri man has been put in jail for marrying his thir teenth wife We believe the most appropriate place for him would have been the asylum Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY S V Wilkerson Plff EquitySand AA Bennett for the benefit of againstI orderiof sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at 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 Willi6 of October 1900 until paid subject to a credit of 9381 paid October 30th 1902 And the further sum of 275 with in 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 W 0 Byba c I shall proceed to 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 at one oclock p m or thereabout be sixIsitI1 ed as follows coren to a white oak corner to Z L Samuels thence with his line S 10 poles to a stone Samuels corner thence with aI line of same W 26 poles to a stone cor ner to Samuels thence with another dogwooed c line thence with his line E 53 poles to two small dogwoods in Hadleys line polees 7 poles to two white oaks thence N 27 dogra stone with a mulberry pointer on a Poleys a a e N 7 E 81 poles to a stone thence W 9 Z poles to a stone in said Backs line S beginningj in e S K Byba in said undivided interest will b e sold to satisfy the debt interest and costs of the said S V Wilkerson or a sufficiency thereof to pay said amounts The undivided onehalf interest in said lands owned by W 0 Byba and the life estate of S K Byba therein will be sold to satisfy the debts interests and costs of the said T R Stults theiafIbas life estate therein has failed to Wilkeor e said remainder of the interest of W 0 Byba will be sold to satisfy same Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the Purchase price the pu with approved surety or securiti must execute Bond be arnglegal inter paidaBdbaving ustcomplypromptly1iithtb ltaeter Coiwi irCtreuit Court fir y I Columbia District Second Round The following make up Presid ing Elder Hulse appointments for the Columbia District going over the territory for the second time It is requested that the member ship keep these appointments before it and attend the meetings Columbia and Tabor Columbia March 56 Cane Valley Cane Valley March 67- Gradyviile March 1213 West Tompkinsville March 19 20Tompkinsville March 2223 Temple Hill March 2627 V T L Hulse P E Clean Your Premises To the people of Adair County The time has come now when we ought to look after the conditions of everythingisto the condition of the cellars the privies and everything that is in an unclean condition It is a great deal eas ier to prevent disease than it is to cure it when it comes I want especially the doctors to notify me of any contagious or epidemic disease that they may find in the bounds of their practice While I am at all times ready to obey any calls that I may receive from the doc tor 1 cannot know unless I am no tified I am not a mindreader and never nave professed to be And it is the duty of not only the doctors but the 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 but 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 whether the cases have died or recovered Consumption typhoid fever dipthe ria scarlet fever whooping cough mea sles and cholera infantum I did a great deal of work along these lines last year but 1 want to do more this year if the epidemics require it Let every body be ready to fight the pestiferous fly when it makes its appearance All tba houses ought to be screened and es AIHealth Officer Adair County Mayor Clarence E Woods of Richmond is urging the editors and many prominent people in Kentucky to use there inuflence to secure the passage ofa non partisan uniform account law inspectiors The law would apply to all state city and county officers and would be the means of sav ingthousands of dollars of the public funds The people need to know more of the doings of their public servants and this law should pass without a dis senting voice The state should provide for inspectors and also have accounts of all public officials published that thepeople might know what becomes of their money Dingo reIthatpp er son visited their sistes Mrs R L Campbell here a few days last week W J Bean donesome business on Marrowbone lays week Walkerlthhere a few days ago and bought several crops of dark tobacco at 4 and 7 per hundred On account tif rain Z T Ben nett our mail carrier got scared at the tree and J J England had to go instead MoseeeWocten on the 15th a son Russellg nett of Fairplayj are visiting at J WMcCI l ers this week i t t l Y i A V THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t 1 t i 1 J 2 If you want to Build or Repair J See our Stock of Rough and f Dire sed Lumber We can fill four Order on SHORT NOTICE r Ciistom York a Specialty GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN Columbia Kentucky PHONES Mill 19 F Res 324 323 and 59 AJ IT IS MOvEY TO YOU IF YOU BUY AT ACEISee ray Stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE trPdaee Wanted I W L SIMMONS rlUMBLE KENTUCKY FRANK CORCORAN liighGrade Marble Granite Cemetery work See US before of all kind yon buy Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky i l J Stopped his Paper A gentleman who has been taking the Herald for ten years came into the office Saturday and discotinued it Knowing he had a grievance we did not gratify him by asking him his reasons for stopping the paper but re moved the slip bearing his name from our subscription book with out a word At this he seemed much disappointed and told us why he was having his name re moved He said that the paper contained too many advertise ments Two weeks ago the Her aId contained 27 columns of read ing matter last week 26 column and about averages the latter figure the year around At this rate the paper contains for the I year 1352 columns which at a dollar per year would cost this gentleman about onefourteenth part of a cent per column for his reading matter 1to say nothing of the bargains offered to him iumnsloftakes advantage of He had hardly gotten out of the office when another gentleman with a benign smile onhisruddy cheeks and possessing less than half the worldly goods of the other step ped in and paid for the past and the ensuing year saying that in reading the advertisements in the last issue he had made or saved about twenty dollars Without the merchants and other advertisers there would be on newspapers andr consequently no Herald We hesitate even to think what a calamity that would be to our beloyed county We can wen afford to spare this choleric c complainer rather than contribute to the great calarailyv t t 7JIarr burg Herald tni f 4J t Little Helps Save all the paper bags and if you do not have enough use the loose newspapers fill these with the fine coal or chips When fuel is to be added to the fire drop the bag or parcel on the burning coals and none will be scattered no noise will made andt the stqye door can be kept open a less timeI Learn to save the lit tIes Before attempting a piece of sewing pour gasoline about the working part of the machine just as you would oil it then run it a few seconds leaving it un threaded then wipe off all dirt that shows up clean with a soft clean cloth and oil with the best oil you can get See that you have the oil made purposely for the sewing machine To color carpet rags with cop peras make a strong copperas dye they in another kettle make a strong solution of lye Have the rags clean dip the rags first in copperas water drain them dip nthe lye drain continue to dip alternately back and foAh from jone dip to the other Until the desired shade is obtained Let dry and wash thoroughly Cloth that has become shiny may be restored to its former ap pearance by being rubbed with turpentine Use very little tur clot4veryihard small portion at a time The smell will soon evaporate by expos re to the air A weak sd lution of ammonia will have the same effect but it is apt to turn the cloth brown Vv- i To remove scorched places from linen take half a pint of vinegar the juee of one lar e l n it Jer l 1 t l earth Boil for five minutes strain and cool Rub the spots with a rag moistened with the apPliCajtlOns I How Good News Spreads 11 am 70 years old and travel most of the timewrites B F Tolson of Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters be cause 1 owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bo els stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and wouen restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction is posi tively guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Good Enough for Any Body The Ten Business Commandments as outlined by the Inter state Sand Company Cleveland 1 Thou shalt not wait for something to turn up but shalt pull off thy coat and go to work that thou mayest prosper in thy affairs and make the work fail ure spell success 2 Thou shalt not be content to go about thy business looking like a bum for thou shouldest know that thy personal appear ance is better than a letter of re commendation t 3 Thou shalt not try to make excuses nor shalt thou say to those who chide thee I didnt think 4 Thou shalt not wait to be told what thou shou shalt donor in what manner thou shalt do it for thus may thy days be long in the job which fortune hath given thee mainIshalt thou be guilty of anything respectIfor thyself 6 Thou shalt not covet the oth er fellows job nor his salary nor the position which he hath gained by his own hard labor 7 Thou shalt not fail to live within thyincome nor shalt thou contract any debts when thou canst not see thy way clear to pay them 8 Thou shalt not taU to blow thine own horn for he who is afraid to blow his own horn at the proper occasion findeth no itIfor him 9 Thou shalt not hesitate to say No when thou meanest No nor shalt thou fail to re member that there are occasions when it is unsafe to bind thy self to hasty judgment 10 Thou shalt give very man a square deal This is the last and great commandment atfd there is no no other like unto it Upon this commandment dependeth all the law and the profits of the business worldEx Pin Awful Eruption Of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Bucklens Arni ca Salve their quickest cure Even the worst toils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Files It gives instant relief 25c at Paull Drug Co When a man gets mad about some imaginary f attack oh his religion lie puts his religion be hind him arid serves God with his fists Big hearted people love the fainthearted and discouraged souls Tfie narrow hearted are always looking for heroes to wor I ihip A buiiifiiibe in jthe btish is t h1ffi7tb 0iand f f 4 The key Under the DoorI dooIkeyoff dutv lute at uteht remarked ai artist to n Londou Titlilts writci The otluir mpruiilg at breakfast mj landlady ssjld to trie Do you know had nn awful friglit last night I put the key halfway under t lie door as usual when to my 1o1ror1 say it drawn slowly out of sight Iof course thought some one haiUgpt the key and would unlock the door and come in so I quickly bolted it mid through the keyhole My wqrrt sbontPtll dont bring that key back to retire to rest I sat quietly listenin for a time Then 1 got a table knife and pushed it under the door to see if the key had really been taken away and to my surprise drew rightII back again So very cautiously locked and unbolted the door looked lout and found not a burglar but cur own wicked cat who while sitting on the doorstep and seeing the key under the door must have dra pushedI key out of Sight with her paws ing I was playing with her American Joke From IAn typical American s EnglandI tributor to the English Magazine although partial to making jokes is often quick tempered and un able to recognize a joke made by an other with results that are unpleasant sometimesII Thus a senator was ionce ionable dinner party at Washington when he was asked what fish he would take Waal he said I reckon Ill take plaice A wit who chanced to be present re marked with a twinkle in his eye Ah senator still a place seeker Yaas answered the senator at the same time whipping out a revolver and shooting the wit dead but whats that to you you dernd stranger Afterward when tho joke was ex plained to him the senator confessed that he had acted rather hastily and to show that he bore no grudge he went to the funeral of the inopportune wit A Queen Elizabeth Joke Queen Elizabeth liked her jokes and although her pleasantries were of a less sanguinary turn than per fathers she must have been even more for midable than usual when disposed to be frolicsome A tale may be fount In one of Lord Essexs letters with regard to a new dress belonging to one of her maids of honor over the pos session of which the owner had been rash enough to exhibit some elation The young lady it seems was several inches taller than her majesty hardly perhaps quite a nice or loyal thing to be HaYing desired that the dress should be made over to her custody the queen first carefully selecting an extremely wet day was pleased to put it on and trail it for yards behind her in the mud the owcet of the hu miliated garment having to appear as delighted with the royal fun and con descension as the rest of the lookers on London Tatler And All With Company There Now children said the mother as a whole roomful of company had come in suppose you run off and play by yourselves All right mother replied Edith Can we go up and play Hamlet and Ophelia Certainly smiled the mother while her guests looked on at the tableau Goody replied Edith Then turn Ing to her sister she said Now Maude you run up to mammas room and get all her false hair that you can 8nd Ladies Home Journal Love Properly there is only one verb ro love It is not amo It is riot It is not the softest Italian Ialmer No printed language of man it But the violin knows it the wild bird knows it even theland knows it The rose is it and the moon is it and the look of ai mans eyes into a womans is it and the look of a womans eyes back again is it But no man or woman can say it iIJ any language that endures LoveXot ters of the King Wanted No Trimmings Lltth Ollie was much frightened at a tbundershower and her father told her she shouldnt be as the rain was good for the grass and her flowerS Looking up through her tears Ollie said W well why ccant we have just plain rraiu Exchange The Intricacies of It Why dont you study the timetable and then you wouldnt have miss ed your train That was the trouble While I waa trying to translate the time table the train pulled out New York Herald At His Best Blobbs The doctor told Guzzlei drinking was the very worst thing he could do Slobbs I guess that doctor didnt know Guzzler or he would have realized that drinking is the best thing he does Philadelphia Record Strong Proof Sued for a breach of promise eh Yep Any defense Temporary Insanity and I expect to prove it by th loveletters I wrote Washington Herald Utter Contempt X spose you wouldnt marry me if 1 were the only man on eartbt I wouldnt even be engaged to you JbeftCJtarJonrEial L i 0 Truth makes men free because freedom is the truth of social and political equity The man who feels better than his neighbor is lying to himself Stubborn As Mules Are liver and bowels somestimes seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite In digestion Nervousness Despondency Headache But suchtroubles fly be fore Dr Kings New Life PiUs the worlds best Stomach and Liver reme dy So easy 25c at Paull Drug Co Some of us forget one thing while learning another thing The strong mind remembers them all and is a storehouse of wisdom To love a woman for her wealth is like loving a dog for the nice rug his hide will make later on Constipation Cure Free With the first signs of constipa tion you resort to the home methods of relief such as hot or cold water on arising lots of stewed fruit with your breakfast etc but what do you do when these fail The majority then start on salts and purgative waters then change to cathar throughtheseall useless so far as permanent results againIyou are to accomplish Such isDrguaranteed to be permanent in its re abriefmuscles are trained to again do their work normally so that in the end you ldndsThatSanville Va will gladly attest and so will Mrs S A Hampton of Portage O thereisout a penny of expense Simply send your name and address to Dr Caldwell and ob Itifedy you need buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of your druggist and con untUIdoes not gripe and Is promptly effective and these statements are guaranteed or money wilt be refunded cenIpleasantIeneraUyIdesire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach liver or bowels absolutely free of charge Explain your case in a letter and he wilt reply to you in detail For the free sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or doctorsiwell building Monticello IIProgram of Adair Medical Society The Adair County Medical Society will meet in Columbia Thursday March 10th 1910 withr the following program Puerpural fever Arthur Waggener sell Early signs of pergnancy C M Rus Russell County Medical Society TL Taylor Humbuggery in the Medical profes- sIon ExT Sallee Signs of the times in medicine W F Cartwright Medical Legislation L C Nell Chronic castritis W R Grissom Tuberculosis or consumption J C Gose Medical societys William Blair Why attend Medical Societies S A Taylor The treatment of Typhoid Fever J T Hammond Let each one prepare himself on these subjects and let us have a pleasant and profitable meeting W R Grissom t F Cartwright Committee Iw L Taylor importations into the United States have ranged from 9000000 to 18000 000 a year v NoticeI On Monday the 7th day of March 1910 we will off er for sale at the court house door in the town of Columbia Ky at or about 1oclock p m on a credit of six months to the highest and best bidder the Brick school house and lot known as the Public School property in west Columbia School District This property is part of lot No 21 las desig nated on the planjand 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 Court CJerksOfiiI The purchaser of this pr required to ex ecute bond with approved sureity for the purchase price bearing 6 pec cent interest with a lien retained on property The right to reject any and all bids is reserved There is upon this lot an ordinary size brick building which can be easily converted into a dwelling Thisproperty ia well located in agood nwghborhood and ilcvery deiirable pro perty II CraYftui XwaMan of Board of frtwtfNM of Colunbi Graded Common School Vv f- e r b TUE LOUISVILLE TIMES r FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER TJiE REGULAR PRICE OF TilE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSAND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhereHas best corps of corres pondents Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCidP TION RIGHT AWAY ITO THIS PAPER not to The Times Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY T H Curd c Plaintiff Jimmie Curd 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 and costs herein I shall proceed to 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 at one oclock p mrr or thereabout be ing County Court upon a credit six properItract of KyInorth by the lands of J H Young and IJ J Biggs on the west by the lands of QnIis the same lands which were conveyed James H Curd by the Master Com Ito of the Adair Circuit Court a portion of same which was con t veyed by said Curd ro 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 in r terest from day of snie until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg men Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Just received a nice line of candies ftom D Anerbach Sons of New York Call on us Young Bros I will on Monday March 7 1910 at the courthouse door in Columbia Ky highestbidderthe waters of Green riv r near Ella postoffice which is known as the Sarah Gadberry Jand and belonged to J S Stapp at the time of his death Terms of sale will be made known dn day of sale Jas Garnett Executor 162ofJ S Stapp I have a urry good as new one bug gy comparatively n w also a good ser of double and single harnew which 1 will sell privately at a bargain jR P Browning 153t COJumbiaIKv t It isnt the knocker who gainr oLto our cpnfidence i c rTW iI 1 TBEADAJR COUNTY NE LId TS f ISLOLD f O1VL f lk t 0 ttl Lived in an Ja Jt I VThe more He heard the less He spoked Jf J The less He spoke the role He heard tJ j I c MORAL the and ego tSsetroi country l d i t Tfte d Buchanan LYOU Go 7 YJ e Incorporated i Ir I Kam S Campbetlsville tj V f Are on Buggies Harness and StovesVu wonsiT B J1qO Ranges coneeeded by all to be the BEST C Range ever offered by any dealer for the money They have Famous manufactured car t I time and GUARANTEE to satisfaction or money You can buy one for 500 to rless other dealersiask you for Ranges not so good x 7- L v VI t tJ dn hj 1of 1 r I cd iMPLEMENT6 a J i H V ni p v fu h riT I1 C 25 actual exrerJrend ingeImplement business gives thema knowledgeofSvhatL neswuclllal esof Implement 1gives the Farmer the best possible Service3 and satisfaction for the money 1AC n Ijji f n C h daxr IJoltnty Q4tis Published Every Wednesday TOE Atiair County NewsCompany INCORPORATED V i CHAS HARRIS a EDITOR w x r Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests the city Columbia and the people Adair 1ad adjacent ties Watered the Columbia Foatoffice as ncond Jaw mall matter t WED MAR 2 1910 r The old adage distance lends enchantment has been proven so often and in so many ways that there can scarcely be a doubt astto its correctness In this sec tinwa have felt its force for many years and still many of the X people are the distant countries for the gratification ofy their hopes and desires Every year many of our worthy citi raIilisethat country has been reached they find the good and bad inter mingled the advantages and place t a t eXI treme effort Backed by good ment brings good results just like the place they lett in this J section Too many fail to see the many advantages that have ever been open to them at the old home They fail to appreci ate the good that surrounds them the blessings so common that t they are overlooked until missed the distance in the broad fields of the west they see ex panding opportunities beautiful harvests fine markefe a chance to become wealthy on short no ticebut they fail to see the liz zards the hot winds that cook j Vegetation sand storms and disappointments The glowing de scri tions of that country given rby professional lands sellers sand r ff y Ib r Be quiet just listen to noise the People are all r over the LOW PRICEHon High Quality s t 0of U making these Ranges ad1ta them give perfect refunded 20100 than aH ir 4 T v V tO 1iji k ci years least BY S r of of at okingto 1 di- sadvantagesa h tt 1 n J transportation companies blind many to the great possibilities that surround them in the Old Kentucky Home where health wealth and happiness are within as easy reach as the average country possesses Not discrediting the agencies at work in developing the resources o f the TerritoriesIwe to tell the whole story or to give the wet and dry side The good is too often magnified arid exploited while the disagreeable is untold and the enchantment gets in its work That there are richer fields of agricultural lands than thissection affords neednot be disputed but in many re theIlifes struggles and produce the best results Southern Kentucky and Adair county in particular lands produce abundantly and give good returns to intelligent industry The climate is as good as any part of the land being in same lattitudewhile the drainage and pure fountains of water give health and happiness The people are the old Kentucky kind as good as earth possesses and as true to home and country as the needle to the pole With a fair part of everything that is good and as little of the disagreeable as any other section we see no reasons why the average citizen should turn from the old home or fail to appreciate the many God given blessings so lavishly bestowed on our country No season too wet none too dry to cause serious alarm enough made the worst years to keep the dinner pots overflowing Not so in many of the new countries It pours or parches its a bumper crop or a dwarf an over abun dance or failure Jits uncertain T 6 those 1 who like to elqsem ti4ir ern Kentucky is not the place Tothose who are industrious it offers ample reward with all the comforts of the average country There is no reason to justify the unrest and desire of many to take chances with their fami lies in the uncertainties of the west by leaving one of the best States in the Union The same efforts here as made in that sec tion would produce wonderful results We all need to stay to work to pull together and when thus we strive our section will bloom as the rose It begins to look like Ballanger will have to leave the Cabinet It is now believed that Governor Willson would not sign the Ripper bill The bill increasing the Circuit Judges salary to 4200 has pass ed both Houses of the Kentucky Legislature The County Unit bill has pass willedthenow be made to bring it againbe fore the Senate There is but little chance for the 500000 bond issue to pass during the present session of the Kentucky Legislature The Kentucky Legislature has fourteen more working days But few bills have been passed up to the present Judge B L D Guffey who for years was prominent in Ken tuck politics and at one time on the Appellate bench is dead at MorgautownKj The Crecelius law has been up held by the Court of Appeals The act provides a penalty for both the seller and the purchaser- of tobiccd which has b6enpK bl 1li J Rowes X Roads There is a new boy at Ores Holts Ores himself is dOW sick again this week nI Isaac Wells is still on the sick list He is old and feeble He went through the war in Com pany G 3rd Kentucky Infantry He iiS 78years idldi i Eras Barger of Columbia was here at his uncle Bill Cooks this week on a visit for a few days Dudley Grider and Minnie Hale were married here last Saturday the 20th inst Bomer Harvey and Nona Selby will be married here at Thomas Hadleys February 27th Mrs Bill Wilburn and daughter Miss Nellie were visiting at Thomas Hadleys this week Fount Selby and T D Cump ton have gone into the chicken business They have 250 eggs setting at this time Miss Lete Wilburn a neighbor girl here ran away with a man by the name of John Mann to Tennessee and got married this week after which they went to his home in Simpson county Ky Mann only lived one week after they married He died with heart trouble Lete was a mem ber of my unday School here and was a nice smart girl and a member of the Oak GroVe class of United Brethren in Christ We asa church and Sunday School extend to her our heartfelt sympathy and pray Gods best blessings on her in her sad hours of sorrowv ptIe a e yes- terdaY j February the 24th He was an old soldier and had been down with rheumatism for years Comrades the last roll call for us- MlllQQn be lif reaiidif you are nofcjytdy for the trip get read for our is 8oort1 nth J t t f Gadberry II The health of this community is very good at present Wheat looks almost a failure at this place There has been but very little plowing done at this place Mr Boss Loy and family were visiting Mr J A Darnell and 119 f family one night stweek Mr Z L Bennett and little daughter Dora were visiting the family of J G Gadberry last Sunday Messrs Robt Loy Z L Ben nett Silas Denny and Allen Mor rison were in Columbia last Mon dayMr J L Darnell and family were visiting at Mr R T Gad berrys last Monday Martin Frankum and Willie Bennett werevisiting Hollis and Prather Morrison Saturday W1Piercall present Eld F J Barger preached an interesting last sermon at Smiths SMessrsRollin Johnson were visiting the latters brother Mr Ed Johnson at Glensfork Sunday Mrs Nettie Johnson and children were visiting at Mr G GI Morr sons last Sunday The social at Mr John Youngs last Saturday night was largely attended and enjoyed by all present iano if Owing to so much frozen weather the farmers of this community are making slow pro gress in preparIng for 1heir event crops Experienced far mers say so much frozen weather 1i in to cheat L IOur merchant Mr T W Bryant is doing a good business The people like him and appreciate having him as a merchant Mr Tom Barrett isaiming to start to Arkansas Monday which he means to make his future home We wish him much luck He has been a farmer of this community for a long time and will be missed much by the peo pIe The hucksters are canvassing the county in search of produce paying 14 cents for chickens and 18 cents for eggs On account of bad roads there wasnt many attended court at Jamestown last week from this place 1 understand Judge Car ter fined several of the boys for loud talking in the courthouse and some for not being present when called I expect the Judge means business The farmers of this community are sowing lots of burley tobacco beds contemplating putting out a considerable crop There are several crops of tobacco in this community for sale yet some being sold everffew days Several of the young men from this neighborhood are going to other states to work this year as they can get better wages The hog buyers are buying every pig they can get Hogs are scarcer in this community than I ever knew them An Awful Eruption Of a volcano excites brief interestiand your interest in skin beas short you use Bucklens Arni- ca Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Pile it gives instant relief 25c at Paull Drug Co Just received a nice line of candies from D Anerbach Sons of New York Call oa urn Youos 7y fi I r u PERSONAL u er J Mr J F Cabell Miami was herey last Friday f Mr James Garnett is in Jamestowr professionally J310Mris visiting in Adair countyIJudge T A Murrell was in Louisville several days of last week a Messrs G Oand H S Bassett have returned from Campbellsville Mr and Mrs J B Willcut left for their home in Missouri last Thursday Mr C M Barnett Louisville spent several days of last week in Columbia Mr Luther Taylor and Mr W R Hoskins Campbellsville were here Monday Mr and Mrs Wm Biggs Coburg gave this office a pleasant call last Wednesday Lynne the little son of Mr and Mrs Horace Jeffries has been quite sick for several days Messrs R F Rowe and R T Ba ker Amandaville were here to attend Stapp Bros sale Mrs J W Townsend Milltown vis ited Mrs Mary Walker and Mrs Emily Burton last weekIMr John Monday for Brookhaven Miss to be absent two weeks tr S D Crenshaw was taken quite sickjast Saturday night but he is bet1 tervat this writing Mr J F Montgomery spent several days of last week tending circuit court at Jamestown Dr M E Jones is in Indianapolis Ind taking a special course in veteri nary surgeory etc Dr J H Grady is spending a few weeks with his daughter Mrs So A McKay Elizabethtown Miss Mildred Walker Gradyville is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Bruce Montgomery Mr C S Harris who has been a victim of neuralgia for the past ten days has greatly improved Mr Frank Pennycuff and sister left here last week for the State of OKla homa their future home Mr Mont Cravens who has been confined to his room for the past two weeks improves very slowly r Fred McLean will leave Saturday for Liberty to assist the clerk of the Casey Circuit Court for the next month Miss Mollie Caldwell who spent a week out of town returned Saturday and is now a saleslady in Russell Gos store Mr Roger Pemberton Elizabeth town and Mr Owen Games Campbells ville were here and attended the Stapp Bros sale X Rev B M Currie and Mr E B Barger went to Lebanon on the 22nd and recieved the Knights Templar degrees in Marion Commandry Mrs Bettie Williams and two yisit1ingdays returned home Sunday Mr Bob Grissom who has been spending several weeks with his old friends and relatives in this county will leavefor his home in Texas this week Mr and Mrs James Garnett went to Lebanon the first of last week Mrs Garnett entered the Elizabeth Infirm ary where she expects to remain ten daysMr RI Smith merchant at Irvins Store Russell county known to a great many Columbians is in a very low state of health a victim of pulmonary trouble Mrs Belle Patterson and her daughter Miss Mary Snow Patterson left Jamestown a few days ago for Okla homa where they will visit several months then return to Kentucky Mr and Mrs X 0 Russell who were in the Cincinnati market for ten days returned home last Thursday afternoon As a rusult of their trip Russell Co are now receiving an immense stock of goods Commissioners s Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY G A Murray Plaintiff Mont Murray c Deft 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 in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 7th s day of March 1910 at on e o clock p- mol thereabout being County Court upon a credit six months the following described property towit A cer tain tract of land situated in Adair county Kyon the waters of Russell creek and bounded on theNorth by the lands of Perry Hutchison and Trabue Shearer and on the east by the lands of Rich Breeding and G W Dillon and on the South by the lands of Adolphu Todd and Adolphus Murraj and on the West by the lands of Perry Cundfff and Adolphus Murray and known as the Henry Murray lands containing 83 acres Forthe 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 Judgment will be prepared to comply promj tly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner i Commissioners Sales ADIAR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY Board of Trustee of Columbia Graded Common SchoolPlff against f In equity Town of Columbia c Defts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of The Adair Circuit Court rendered at the special April term thereof 1909 in the above cause I shall proceed to 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 at one beingimonths the following described property towit A certain lot of ground situated 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 interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders must comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY Lucinda Coomer c Plaintiff t Louisa Compton c Deft f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render at the January Term tHerof 1910 led the above cause I shall proceed to for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky the 7th day of March 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towit A certain tract of land situated in Adair county Ken unnI TBLMETi il IWhen eggs they 11- W when laid them You examine and Eggs it to of thatJ know is all thetime 1IMtucky pn Harrodsfork ahci bounded as follows Beginning at a sugartree thence N 18 E 123 poles to a hickory thence 85 W 9 poles to dogwoods thence N 29 W 136 poles to a black 321polesFor the purchase thepurchaser with approved surety or securities execute bearing legal interest day of sale paidand having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to com ply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Wanted A girl for lighthouse Apply at resident or phone 60 ring 16 tf V Sullivan Toria A few fair days in February Mr and Mrs Willie Flatt of this place visited Mrs Nancy of Rugby who is confined to her bed with lagrippe Master Ira Flatt and his sister Sallie visited at Mr John Jesses Saturday and Sunday Will Lyon and V Sullivan Grocery drummers calling on N R Roach week Miss Nanie B Rowe was visiting Misses Mary Roach and tie Walbert one day lastweek Mrs Sarah Fudge and son Leonard of this place was to see Fudge brother Mr Nick Rowe at arksville has been confused to his room with consumption arid reported no bet ter V ifvi th11rtTi ff I place got a considerable gash cut in his forehead last week He was trying to drive some geese passing over a rough place hung his foot and fell his head striking a stone It willfee several days before he will be able for work Mrs J M Fudge and her daughter Ethel visited Mrs Fudge mother lives on Red Lick last week J Miss Fariie B Rowe visited her sister Mrs Akins at Sparks ville last week Mrs Emma Rupe is on the sick list v Mrs Lizzie Rowe who has been confined to her room for several months is no better Little Zella Turner who has been confined to her bed with pneumonia fever is no better atl this writting It wont be long if it stays fair until you can hear the sound of handsaws and hammers on the several houses that is going up in this section Mr filroy Rupe who lived an Barren county last year moved back to his old neighborhood It suits Elroy best Helm We are having some very pleasant weather at this writing Mr Leon McClure caught a nice Otter 23rd inst which weighed 16 pounds Mrs Mary Head of Celina Tenn reached this place last Tuesday en route forh r mothers Mrs J Mayward near 01gaN j 5 3 3 r vou get bad for were good she can Insurance Companies you can Candle but after all isnt best demand the kind Insurance you good S two price must Bond from until work 4 Kupe were last Min her Mrs He a and who Prof J V Dudley is teaching singing school at Creelsboro Ia week Mrs H B Helm visited at the home of Mr J E Wool dridge one day last week Miss Julia Helm was the guest of Miss Lettie Wooldridge last Wednesday night Mr 0 B Smith of this daylastiMr John Oldham left on the Str Harley last Monday for- MonticelloMr E Wooldridge of this place was in Jamestown Wednes day v The health of this community is verygoodat this writingI Mr Leon Lester happened to a very bad accident last Friday mashing the end of his second finger off The birthday supper t the home of Mr Eue Dunbamear Rowena the 19th inst which was given in honor of his son Guy it being his 2ist birthday was enjoyed by all who was there Names of the one present as following Misses Mattie Rowe Alice StoryOvalene Humble Maggie Wooldridge Dona and Ghoul Hllm Messrs Br J I McClendore T P Stephenson j E w e II Lester Marcus Woot Bridge May he live to 8Je e many 1 more jiappy bithdy sy c f0 r i ji1 5 j t ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR ir uM i e Iso we can furnish anything you may need In rough or dressed Lumber Roofing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding tCeiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in tr our line and keep the largest and best tassorted stock of Finishing Material of w any firm in this section of the State Phone 44 iSANDUSKY coMPANY tCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY Casey Creek The health of this section is not very good at present Mrs John Sandusky who has Keen sick for some time is re ported better vvMrs W C Wolford who is sick is no better Mr JB Grant passed through here last Friday Mrs Ben Humphress was visiting at her fathers J M Wol ford last Thursday Mr Will Hobson the spoke man of Dunnville was here one day last week Mr Roscoe Smith of Dunn ville was here Saturday night and Sunday 1 Mr rMiller a sewing ma lastIweek at G L Wolf ords Wolford Bros purchased quite a lot of hay in Lincoln county IWhiCIt they will bring to this purIIIMiss Effie Stayton has returned home after a two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs E B Hardm at Acton The oyster supper at Mr Geo Whites Monday night was I largely attended Mr John Wolford bought a Jersey cow from Mr Eugene Rice ofCampbellsville for 51 TuckerCwere visiting their aunt Mrs G L Wolford one day last week The poultry house recently es tablished at this place is doing a good business with Guy Lindsey- a manager 1llr R 0 Dillingham was in this community last Saturday night Mrs RuelTucker and twcj lit tIe daughters Ruth and Bettie are visiting Mrs Tuckers father Mr J W Arnold of Knifley Clarence the little son of Mr and Mrs R B Tucker who has been confined to his bed since December is able to be out again Mr Willie Stayton has gone to Illinois Youngtparents near Joppa Miss Millard Shirrell is visit t ing her uncle Mr A T iShirrell Messrs w A Rice and Fred Humphress of the Egypt boihoojd were here one day week ty f A p7 F f 1 i l fffPLOWS d 1ITheVulcan Plow is strong runs light Iandas good as made i 1 FIELD SEEDS 1 All kinds of grass seed free from Plan= tin and other foreign seeds The best on the Market WIRE FENCE f TheAmerican Fence is the equal of any make Made to turn stock Both farm andi poultry at lovvsprice 4 J tv HARDWARE I All kinds of hardware for the Farmers I We have what you need Call THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STOREji 0 OOuOoiSee V Matting Ingrain and Gran o ite Carpets before you buy s H 0Several patienns to select 0 from and no trouble to O show 12i to 50c per yard 7 Frank Sinclair o In Jones BIdg 1601 oClnro OIl J vtvviw vw v f71 I I C II II IIli II II I 7tI IAtwII IG IT COSTS NOTHINGt nv i To List Your Property IE WITH i 1Ii IP a F 7 t Paul Smythe Lawyer f a c l REAL I ESTATE AGENfi7K 7J Columbia Ky ilXIfft OWci in GarheUlkirfinf ever fdst OMct nftwn Property and Farm Lands Fa Sale mXX isnM L 4 i 4l ti lr tii 0 ft Yrf 215j fl t 4 f a iYt f t J j 6 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t t V 1 1k7i7K7jK 7i t ili kI HUBUCH BROS WELLEND9RFF INCORPORATED V rrAn Old Firm jn a New Garb Ci is- t n v s We are thee samepeople as strong as ev rbj f ie The same V D the samerehable bu 7Tv stronBli management p11a c all our transactions Your needs in jli 7rz 1m K4fiPAPER 71 o v Will be takeR ij asgever befbrelj k lff i JE E HUBBUCH BROS WELLENDORFF iw LOUISVILLE KY IE 7 522522 W MARKET ST GET OUR PRICES f BEFORE l Roofingoput on any any rin roof will last life time without painting We stock V Cr imp f and Corrugated Iron Roofing Gravel Rubberandall Paper roofing IWbeblett Bros 116 E market St Bet 1st ROOFING YOU BUY tarry kinds Bffook ELL1ineWRGON AIATEI f oaisvi11e KentaekyTelephone 2167Both Phones t 4 4 4 HARDW Pres COCKE Pres DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 l VHhhWRIG4TZ mAcfilftlSTS DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLISy GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIKTeeNTHMftlN LOUISVILL SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work t59 JOBBING WORK SOLICITED ON 1 IAIt I All Kinds of Machinery Repaired I 4 s f + s i BLINDSo V II 1 2 It a in J Sash Doors Blinds I Mouldings Columns S j Porch Material J Stair Work c Interior Finish Etc II 1f In 3 Send your orders to us for prompt shipment goodsS IF We appreciate them i JIt HIICHF Rfl 1 20215 E Maiii Street i INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY+ I IFifth Avenue Hotel v PIKE C A M PB E L L MGR i v + Il ji i 7i E Refurnished Redecorated ande V fmode A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wholesale v- and Retail Districts Chchesahdt Theaters tEJ INairWALNUTSTREETZi 71 t tJ Louisviller Kentucky K 4E 7ap The Adair County HeMS and CourierJourn3 fJ loth One Year for 150 1 i 4 Khr 1 tr ti id i t CiJ f i 0 r Brain Leaks Where theres a will theres a lawyer V Friends bouglfcwith mope y r change as easil as a ten dollar bill itGood intentions dont count fr much unless backedup by great effort This is the time of the yeai when the lure of the farm affects ritheAbout the biggest thing we ever saw was a new policeman on his first beat v rThe kind of football they are preparing to give us will be as exciting as fishing in a wash pin The proudest moment in a boys life is when he can turn out aI little hairy patch in front of each earIt has been so long since we sent a comic valentine in or der to get even with some fellow that we painfully realize that we are growing old l N Penick The death of I N Penick which occurred at his home at Miami Green County Jannary 31dt has been the occasion of deepest regret to the many friends of that splendid gentle man He had been in feeble health for several years but his condition was not considered se rious and the end was unexpected Mr Penick was born March 18th 1839 in Green county and he resided there a greater por tion of his life He was at onetime engaged in the tobacco and dry goods business at Gordons and later in the drug businesj at Allenville For a number o years he has made his home a MiamiHe survived by a wife an five children all of whom wer at home with the exception o one son Charles R Penick o Stanford Texas Mr Penick was one of a fam ily of thirteen children only two PenickIElkton now survive Mr Penick was a scholar an most profound thinker his opinI ion was sought by those of every eveIr withlThornthe world at large was never dimmed by the physical suffering and infirmities incident to old age V His daily life was a living ser mon and Christlike in all its re presentation An affectionate and considerate husband wise counsellor sympathetic friend loved and revered by all who knew him his loss will be most keenlyfelt His character lofty in principle charitable in deed tora martyers degree and a Christian in the truest sense isthe life ofI this noble man In the Chancery of the recor ing Angel the volume of L Penicks earthly career has been closed and the pages so snowy white reveal not a blotIv A True Friend I entucl ian s on Top Arizona will receive stat hood at this session of Congress said Col Frank Cox a lawYrjjt Phoenix Ariz r I have the llran fnenii i t t r bers of the Senate that the state thel1S one the prominent lawyers of Arizona and has frequently been mentioned as a candidate for United States Sen ator from Arizona Former Delegate Mark Smith ought to be and in my opinion will be one of the first Senators from Arizona when the Ter tory is admitted said Col Cox His speech against joint statehood has endeared him to the people of Arizona and when it comes to electing a United Marktof the people for the highest honor they can give If Mark Smith should come to the Senate from Arizona and Dave Francis from Missouri as is now most likely seven Ken tuckians will occupy seats in that distinguished body namely Bradley Paynter Cullom Piles Stone Smith and FrancisIDavid R Francis of St Louis Mo is in the city He said to your correspondent last night Yes I am not only a candi date for United States Senator from Missouri to succeed Mr Warner but I am going to win out Why Missouri will give an unprecedented Democratic majority in November mark that down on the table of your memory An Exciting Ride Ingoing over and of the moun tain roads on the way to th crest of the Andes the travele- needhas of steady nerves A passage in The Andean Land by C S Osborn describes th journeyI rockytno tumbledones increase suggestionf of wagf on i should roll off the edge of th mountain The road has no graceful sweeps or round easy curves as titanicde the teeth of a saw ascending stretches n short and doubling back at sharply acute angles leaving very little room for a team and driveirn o abreast thelhorsesno trotthat would be slow but such1ase when pressed The short high coach follow- het cavorting horses jerking careering and springing like a small boat sailing in a wildl You perceive thchoppyseathe are strong and the springs too and the whole ri evidently intended for chair tracing whid5 raveN and does everything he knows that will inspire fear and indU ce speed All this you become ac customE7d to a measure on vour dash iip the narrow road dug in to and blown out of the giant mountaines Work or Ct 4 xen2eiiebeir SOI1 1u lsalVe to wooL WJtieriyQ head Jx L i tY f j Itjr r pick or a pen a wheelbarrow or asctof books dig ditches all edit a newspaper ring an auction bell and write funny things you look around you will see toIlive the rest of their days with out work who work the hardest Do not be afraid to kill yourself withoverwork It is beyond your power to do that on the sunny side of thirty They do sometimes but its because they quit work at 6 p m and dont get home until 2 a m It is the interval that kills my son The work gives you an appetite for meals it lends solidity to your slumbers it gives you a perfect and graceful appreciation of a holiday There are young men worldIis not proud of them It does not know their names even it simply speaks of them asiSo andSos boys Nobody likes them The great busy world does not know they are there So find what you want to be and take off your coat make a dust- in the world The busier you are the less harm you will be apt to get into the sweeter will be your slumbers the brighter and happier your holidays and the better satisfied the world will be with you Bob Burdette News Notes H A Dewitt of Dayton this State suicided in Memphis David Willard was elected president of the B Orailroad Frank D Lafferty at one time pitchersrs Thomas Davis was struck by Winchese ter and fatally injured A gift of 100000 from Alfred s IityAloise Wilkswski was killed by a blow on his head in a prize fight in Chicago with Harry Gilmore ofethe oldest and most prominent members of the Louisville barT is dead The French trans Atlantic steamer Gen Chanzy was wrecked near Majorca Only one of the crew of 150 was saved Charles Jarman of Bourbon county is in jail at Lexington charged with sending obscene matter through the mails Harry K Thaws latest appli cation for his release from the Matteawan State Hospital for the Crimminal Insane was de IWilliamthe agricultural instruction de CressYork Ala producYcottonatan organization at Atlan ta know as the National Cotton AssociationatAn indictment was returned by the grand jury of Kenton county against the Latonia Racing As hOldIingraces mission Fire which originated in heI most central section Of the busi- nesS district of Vicksburg M iSsIdestroyed two buildings damaging others in the immedite vicinity and caused a loss ap plxilpat1nj300OO The nat1 tug t Niri with r16c d 5C1 L LN Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND LEBANONti1027No 23 amNopm No 21 pmlapm NORTH BOUND LRAIN Ly LEBANON An LOUISVILLE 624 548amxl 750 am 078732 am 1015 am 02840pm 55 pm pmro92Nos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains onlyIf WILHORfi MOM W W tmiitfO B Prop P FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGRftDYUILLe KY S crenshawlVETERINARY Special Eyesa surgicalwell fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 4M Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 J IDr S Bunbar Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone Attone yAtLaw J Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky nftmora HI l tsaAilaTbb 3thaa o J Ast othci make f t tk ty aa4 lapUcity a11 IildsaeT Ou eenof F sl tonJ Jia LaaJeeYacua nebJatboF ubccrtptlQnn nmbers cote GO cent lyrtt r S cents gmivabaenbasjet a Jcau Prs Jfroe t Wasted Hendeeee ptvmtnu rsI Ay A nt eommlsaiCft attem Catalotraf ct i 9ao4AAdwtw TRX McCAUL broken macldnery is lying at the mercy of the waves Eight I vessels are speeding to her as sistance and hope to reach the little vessel before she goes to the bottom with her crew of 32 menu Saved a Soldiers Lite Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeable to J A Stone of Kemp Texas than facing it from what doctors said was cousump tion I contracted a stubborn coldhe writes that developed cough that stuck to me in spite of all rememdies for years My weight ran down to 137 pounds Then I began to use DrKings New Discovery which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Hemorrhage and lung trouble its supreme can 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co There is no excusefor the man wholit a child l r f t rbtI fti THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Worn Womenl cjWomen worn and tired from overwork need a feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself You should take Wine of Cardui that- weaknesses effectual remedy for the ailments and of women Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great a benefit it has been to them Try itdont experiment use this reliable ofttried me- dicineIAKECARDUI 33 The Womans Tonic Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cardui and afterward wrote I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep shad shortness of breath tryingCarduiTry Cardui Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES 1jTurnerFdays ago at this place with 5I I J conversions and three additions to the U B church leaving a large number unsaved We be tflieveT they all intend some time in the future to forsake sin and be saved and we hope it will be in the near future that a large number of young converts will on their way to the home that prepared for them from the 1rbe of the world for they nice intelligent people and keep such good order and gave the preacher such good at tStiMottfltriJelieve they were all interested about their selves and we do hope they will all soon be on their way to Heaven Oh what a happy time there would be here on earth if every body was trying to serve the Lord thei ed word that he will never leave thee alone Trust in the Lord in all of your troubles and you will 1 come out more then conquerer in the end Ono T lookingrtrglorious ii Hughes Harris merchants- at this place are buying all kinds of grpduce They sell all kinds of merchandise Also Smith Popplewell are following suit The largest snowof the winter is just bidding us farewell and the people must welcome a mud dy walk Cheer up for better times are coming I hope Squire Hughes who has been looking for his best friends his sheep was almost beside him self when he was enabled to hear the bleats of his favorites 4The Sheriff of Russell county who has been cleaning up the i work of theE Sheriff finds that timetfor circuit court with a clear record A Mr McKinley was in the town of Ono one day last week buying chickens and eggs iiiY Mr Milford Tarter the poul try man who makes our town toiftv come t IS wee on account of be flng sick M Jones the Cumberland 10 Grocery man made a flying trip to thif town this week Mr Eli Tarter and fsmilyCjare t thinking of locating in Russell Springs Mrs Eli Flanagan purchased his farm We are sor ry to give Mr Tarter up but hope he will be courteously received and we shall welcome Mrs FJanagan and daughter to Ono We have had so much bad weather of late that we just meet at the postoffice and spend the time in telling favorite yarns of wnich H H Nelson won the prize a dog Fairplay t The health of this neighbor hood is reasonably good Miss Annie Strange of Diri9 is visiting JKer brother Bob StrangeCharlie Sanders of Joppa was visiting his sister Mrs Patra Hamon Sunday Finnis Thomas and wife of lensfork was visiting at Basil Chapmans Saturdaynight Rev Barger preached at Smith chapelSundayJ and wife gave the young folks a social Satur day night A large crowd present and all reported a nice timeElbert Pulliam of the L W T S was visiting home folks Saturday night and Sunday Thomas Pulliam was at Camp bellsville last week oh business Rev Rood of Cane Valley preached at Concord Tuesday nightLoren Tabor and wife visited at Mr Rogers near Columbia Saturday night and Sunday Mr Deboe Nashville Hard ware drummer was calling on our merchants last week Misses Rosa Young and Anna Strange were shopping at this place Saturday Mrs Martin Grider who has been very poorly for two weeks is improvingMr Chapman Glens fork was at this place Saturday Melyin Gifford was visiting his sister Mrs Bennett Saturday night J Roosevelt 0ka Editor News V Thinkingvperhaps that some Qf my friends and relativeswuI4 like to read a letter from this part of the world Iwould write a wordsWe r the grand Old Adair County News every Satur day and it is certainly appreciat ei in our home We live six0 miles South west f Roosevelt t J we like the country allright Cot ton is the principal crop that is raised here Roosevelt is a town of about five hundred population t situated thirteen miles south of Hobart the county seat on the Frisco railroad The town con tains two cotton gins three hard ware stores one feed store one dry goods store five general stores two banks two barber shops one hotel two restaurants two churches two lumber yards telephone exchange drug store two black smith shops a fine school building and a great many residences Oklahoma has a good school system and teachers are paid liberal salaries Some of the school land is selling this winter and is bringing a high price Cot ton yielded more last year than was expected and brought aI good price the corn yield was light Corn is selling from 60 to 75 cent We are having cold weather now As my letter is getting long L will close Lremain res ectlYI Leonard Montgomery News Notes Thomas Satter white a veteran riverman is dead in Louisville Between 18 and 20 inches of snow fell in Cincinnati Thursday and Thursday night a Mrs W S Gillan aged wo man of Bowling Green died one day last week while sitting on the side of her oed dressing Near CloVerport Alonzo Dow ell shot and killed his soninlaw The men fell out over the rent of a farm The oldest Odd Fellow in Ken tucky Martin Schmidt of Louis birthIdayAn epidemic of diphtheria in Bath county has caused the clos ing of schools and abondonment of public gatherings Gen Mulholland who had been United States pension agent in the city of Philadelphia since 1894 is dead aged 71IDispatches to Duns Review testify to encouraging prospects for an active spring trade but present conditions are rather ir regularFour prisoners cut their way out of the jail at Cadiz and escap ed Blood hounds were put on their trail but failed to find the menIMiss Agnes Leslie Elkins a niece of United States Senator Elkins of West Virginia who shot herself at Kansas City died of her wounds A heavilyloaded cigar given him as a joke by his Companions may cause Everett Rector a young farmer of Bourbon coun ty to lose the sight of both eyes Women of Dawson Springs have organized a society for the purpose of erecting a 10000 brick building for the graded school Funds are being subscribed rapidly t Dr Cook has at last been discovered turning up in Santia go Chili He still maintains that he reached thepole and is preparing a complete account of the expedition which he says will prove it Col Roosevelt and the others of the Smithsonian Africans ien tific expedition arrived at Gon dorko Thursday All are well and enthusiastic Over their experiences and them scientific results of their explorations V j 1 i Uky While returning from a jolly ride in West Philadelphia Jas Graham 19 years old was killed by the automobile crashing into a telegraph pole Thee other occupants of the car two of whom were women were injured Valentine to the Faculty A fair Western coed got last year by way of valentine notice to quit from the faculty She and a senior Had fallen in love Both therefore were fired The speaker was Dr Charles L Russellman of Bangor the noted waiter on coeducation He continued The coed being fired wrote this interesting reply to the fac ul tyGentlemenYou have expelled me for neglecting my studies yet I have learned more at your institution more than you will ever know I have learned the meaning o f love What is the use of studying botany if I am not allowed to gather roses Why should I devote my time to astronomy if I may not look at the stars What does it profit meto spend years on mathematics and neglect my own figure You have expelled my fiance also Do yov think he is unhappy We were married last even ing Ex The iong of The Roving Sons Just across the sunsets barriers just across the Farthest Sea Lies the Land of Lost Illusions lies the Isle of Used to Be Lies the harbor that we sailed from when the world was all atUlle To the key of lifes full flower in the symphony of June shouldItarry ere we our dar ling bark Setting sail from southern sun light to the realm of winter dark How they pleaded we should nev er brave the breakers and the foamt 1IBut should bide beside the hearthstone and should have a life at home No we answered we must hurry for the Roving Sons are we We must make the great adven ture we must sail the Seventh 1We with sloth end safety and the Little Peoples ways Better bitterness than languor better life than lengthof days And we sailand still are sailing underneath a starless sky Over wastes of waves uncharted where we know not how nor why Certain only we can never more recross the Farthest Sea ITo the Land of Lost Illusions to Isle of Used to Be Saturday Evening Post a One Shy She asked hirri ifhe was tha- photographer He said he was She asked him if he took child rens pictures He said he did She asked him how much het IlchargedFour dol lars a dozen- Then Ill have to go some where else she replied I only have eleven Success II Be charitable and lovable if T4eyinaorld 1 I 1 ftd hcer eroroo i1 areoooe fyfIHENRY WATTERSON Newspaper EditorI politics It prints lal the news t I tVar or favor The regular rice is 100 a year but You can get the WEEKLY c URIERJOURNAL IAND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS BOTH ONE YEAR t I 2 or siot ifyou will give or send your order to thi- saPernot P- CourierJarna1 to the Courier Journal 1 e Dally Yr 600 I Sunday cou ier Journal Yr S2k00 lean give you a combination cut IWeonDailYor Sunday if you will ritera l 0 Q iiw 4IXX V9 5 Foolish Extravagance Bills are pending in the Ken tucky Legislature creating the following financialobligations other than the State now has to mentFor the penitentiaries 400000 For the State Fair 200000 For the State Normals 150000 Salaries 50000 Other special appropriations 100000By extravagance of the last Legislature there is now a deficit in the State of treasury of over 1000000 and the State is face to face with a bond issue to maintain its credit Never in the whole history of Kentucky could extravagance be less excused or less tolerated It is a time for retrenchment and reform and not for either liberality or extrav agdnce What will be the con dition of the State treasury in half of these bills are passedor half their amounts go through before another Legislature convenes The warrants of the State cannot be paid The credit of the Commenwealth will be im paired and the responsibility will rest not upon Gov Wilson and his associates in the State offices but upon the Democratic party as they will be due directly to a Democratic legislature When an individual becomes extrava gant at a time when his income is not meeting his natural ex penditures he is looked upon with comtempt and soon becomes a bankrupt What shall we say of a Legislature in Kentucky which pursues the same suicidal policy The Democrats who p passed in the last Legislature new appro priations carrying over one half million dollars are largely res ponsible for an empty treasury Now if this Legislature repeats the policy of its predecessorit will be abding insult to injury for in the end the taxpayers will have to foot the bill Wearenot discussing the merits or demerits of any of tfiese app Oprl tion wear just pomtrngrout the follyof 1rjcf t t u t ing the expenditures of the State with an empty treasury At this time no matter how meritorious a measure may be which carries a big appropriation it should be defeated unless thef Legislature has the courage to increase the tax rate to meet it We do not want higher taxation in Kentucky but the State does need retrenchment and reform I The members of the Legislature who vote for extravagant expenditures such as have been offered are simply digging their political graves and they are put ting a burden upon their party which will seriously handicap it in the next State election E Town News Willing to Stay A man went to heaven and after he had been there a few days he grew so lonesome that he told St Peter he reckoned that hed go down and take av look at the other place But if you go down there your cant get back said St Peter Well I only want to go just Ito look at the place said the so St Peter agreed to give him a return pass if he promised t to be back along towards night He agreed took the pass and started off When he reached his destination the first thing her saw was a party of old friends playing poker but they wouldenfc let him into the game because he admitted that he had no money Well Ill fix that all right he said as he left them and wanderedoff through one of the jbackbills down on the table and de manded chips- astonishment They all looked in at the size of hisv I pile and wanted to know where he it saying that they would Inotlaywith him unless he told themThats all right he said Give me the chips I sold my pass t f i Great chance never comeb- tlf4 Ch h kI r J 1r r 1 n T 1 e h d ft 1J l ft rc J J I iJf i iPIiI 8 r j TBEADAtRCOU1rYNJI 4Itj cr t j Gradyville Several from this place attended the Stapp stock sale at Columbia last Friday Mr Strong Hit will put in a carding machine Rot this place this season Miss Della Mitchell of Colum bia visited Mrs Strong Hill at this place one night last week C S Bell spent several days of last week on his farm looking the farm interests Mr J D Walker is on the market for Dark tobacco and is paying the market urice Mr Geo H Nell one of our progressive farmers is having a great deal of farming done not withstanding the inclemency of the weather r Miss May Hughes one of the L W T S students of Colum bia spent last Saturday and Sun day with Mr and Mrs W LI Grady of our city Mr and Mrs Montgomery of Sulphur Well spent a few days oflast week visiting their rela tives in this community Mr Lewis Moore who has been confined to his room for several weeks with a complica tion of diseases is improving at this time Our farmers put in the few days of goodweather last week in the way of plowing sowing grass seed and preparing to sow- oats It is a thing of the past L to find men around our stores out of employment High priced corn bacon flour and Burley to bacco will get a move on our farmers We are glad to note that Mr pi and Mrs Cl C Stephen who have been confined to their rooms for several weeks have about recovered and also their daugh ter Mrs Estus is improving at this time Mr and Mrs HenryKeen who t have been living near this place for the past year have removed to Mr Brack Cains farm near c ColumbiaRev Roach of Eastfork was shaking hands with his many friends in our town one day last week He also visited his son and family of this community Married at the home of bride- last Sunday morning Miss Myrtie A daughter of Mr4 and Mrs Charles Sparks of Weed to Mr W D Cole of same place The conjugal knot was tied byf Rev impressiveIIthe bride and groom attended church then they repaired to the home of the groom where a boun tful repast was served consist ing of everything good to eat Quite a number 61 their friends and associates were present to partake of this bountiful repast Ella f r Health of this community is some better at this writing 7The farmers are preparing for there crops Mr Oscar Hardwick and Mosie V Rexroat and family and George r Burton and wife will leave next Monday for Arkansas i Mrs Sarah Abrell was shop ping at Sano one day last week Mr Owen Dillingham of NeatsSS burg was visiting J B Abrell last Friday night Mr T W Bryant was beret i iinc day last week on business 2 4hl ii Ella Pike who has ben wp SkI- T f n visiting friends and relatives at Coburg has returned home Mr Tom Hazard our timber man was through here one dayJ last week looking after his timber Mrs Nona Bricken is on the sick list at this writing Lizzie Abrell visited Girtie Bryant at Sano last week Mr Si W Pile is on the sick f this week f Miss George Ann Neatvisited Lizzie Abrell one day last week Dr Perryman is confined to his room with grip we hope he will be out again soon Mrs Sarah Abrell visited Mr James Smiley one day last week I will ring off with best wishes to the Adair County News Russell Springs Two days of sunshine in succession is a very rare thing but we surely had them last week Miss Cora Brockman entered school here this week Mr J E Murrell ofthe News was at our place last Tuesday night the 22 Mr Jas Montgomery of Co lumbia was calling on friends here today Born to the wife of Jule Kim ble a daughter Feb the 20th Mr Frank Hale an ojd and respected citizen of this place died the 24th of this month The entertainment at the R S A the night of the 22 was a perfect success in every way Proceeds amounting to 30 ProfL 0 Phelps of the R jS A has been in Jamestown- during court Mrs Chas Winfrey entertain ed Mr and Mrs 0 B Vaugh an and their sister Mrs A R Humble of Somerset at her home The Springs Hotel MOn- day night the 21st Mr Felix Simmons and Miss Bryant of Sano eloped to Tennessee Monday night The goom being 75 and the bride 16 years of age Born Feb 20th to the wife of Mr Will Grider a son Mr 0 B Vaughan and family accompanied by their sisterMrs Humble returned to their home in Somerset Friday after a visit of several weeks at their fathers Mr Wm Vaughan Parties who bought lots off from the Vaughan property secured their deeds last week Mr Virgil Grissom traveling salesman was among our mel chants Friday Mr Goode traveling for Bel knap Hardware House of Louis ville was1 in our midstlast week Misses Pearl and Myrtie Phelps of Esto visited here and attended the exercises at the R S A the 22 Miss Bessie Young of Stapp Spring left today for Bu side to visit her sister Mrs Rufus Hatfield U G McFarland Revenue Gauger was here Wednesday Miss Ida Isbell and Miss Adell Marcum visited Miss Lura Clem mons who is very sick at her home at Esto Mr U G Rexroat made a business trip to Columbia Mon day returning WednesdayS j Stubborn As Mules Are liver and bowels somestimes seem to balk without cause Then ApetiteIndigestionN Headache J3utiuchqoublfty be fore Dr Kings Nw te f the emEdI Ml Pleasant The health of this community very good at the presentc Mr Ed Butler and family visited at Mr Josh Butlers last Sun day Miss Belle Butler spent last week with her sister Mrs Mont ConoverMr Cundiff bought a fine milt cow last weekIMr S C Hood is at home from his mill this week The party at M C Harmon last Saturday night was largely attended anda 11 report a fine time Miss Amanda Butler spent last week in Columbia Miss Mary Vanhoy is spending a few days withMiss Judie Mont gomery of Greensburg Mrs Mary Hutchison was quite sick several days of last week Miss Hattie Williams was at home last Saturday and Sunday i from the L W T S Miss Virgie Tupman left last Friday for Nashville where she has accepted a position in the millinery business Miss Cora Smith spent last Saturday at George Cundiffs Mr Marshall Yarberry who has been in feeble health for sometime is no better Mr Owen Tupman sold one horse to Mr Will Hutchison for 70 Wilbur Smith bought a milch cow from Mr Josh Butler priceM unknowniPclliam jJC The farmers are veryrbusy breaking up corn ground i Mr H T Smith remains about the same He has been confined to his bed with rheumatism J Mr Sanney Browning of the L W T S was visiting J P Gundiff last Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs Joe Dodd were visiting friends and relative here last week They will start to Kansas City in a few days Carl Cape will start to Indiana next Monday where he is going to work this year Ernest Cundiff sold to John R Cundiff one work hcrse for 100I Same party sold one buggy to J W Cundiff for 40 Mr Ernest Cundiff will try the west in the near future he will start about the 15th o this month having accepted a job on a street car We regret very much to give this young man up Mr Joe Todd and Perry Cun diff were in Campbellsville last Saturday on business Dr Moore who has moved in our neighborhood has been guite sick for the past month Mrs Nona Dohoney who has been quite sick issomebetterat this writing Musses Montra and Lnla Cun diff attended the Jesse James show at Cane Valley last Thurs day andbecItlOnc Id Owensby The health of this community isnot very good at present There was a large crowd in Jamestown Monday it being the first day of circuit court Shelby Williams condition 01 very optical VV tjJffliiciri John Rue Holt ndl k f Richard WQoldridgeSew lltown did business here one day last week M L Owens attended court at Jamestown Monday Whooping cough is still prevalent in this part Sam Aaron recently purchased a cow of Mrs Julia Collins for 20Messrs Gee Miller Ivie Wool dridge and Willie Sullivan have gone to Illinois to stay awhile Gaither Grider and sister Sallie Eastham spent a few days last week with their sister Eliza Gilpin of Casey county who has been quite sick but is better at this writing Misses Callie Gaines and Idell Sims visited at J H Bargers SundayIrecently visited Mr Oma Wol ford and wife of Sewelltown IIKeanOn Feb 10 1910 the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs F M Gilpin of Casey countysand claimed for its victim their dear beloved little darling Ramon Lewis age 15 months Little Raymon was sick just a few days with that terrible disease diptheria but all that medical skill could do was done but to no avail for God saw fit to call it to the home prepared for his children The remains were laid to rest in the family bury ing ground at home to await the coming of the resurrection morn V1r II Creelsboro G W Bledsoe of this place is in Lo iisvilfe this week on busi ness Messrs Hughes and Bunch our blacksmiths are doing quite a lot of work this winter F M Barnes bought of W H Mann three hogs at 9 cents f Campbell Bros have recently lost about fifty head of hogs of cholera L D Grider lost a24 porker from same disease Mr Shipley admr of Sam Lawrence estate was at this place a few days ago He an nounces that there will be no more liquor soldat the Sand Lick Blind Tiger We echo amen That bedamnable thiitg has cer tainly been a menace to this section F M Flatt bought a Peacock horse of WH Ross price 150 Will Grider and Claude Mann and others were in Jamestown a few days ago business with the grand jury J V Dudley of Glensfork is conducting a singing school at this place Our class is being trained to a high point of effici ericy Several of our farmers are preparing for a large crop of to bacco If we are to judge the future by the past most of this crop will be matured by April 1st GR Antle of Clinton County bought a big lot of timber of B F Leach and has a number of hands in the hulls getting it out J D Irvin and wife are in Louisville this week Mr rand Mrs J E Morgan are in Louisville where Mrs Morgan is to undergo an operation We pray Gods blessings for Mrs Morgan in this trying ordeal AU ptrtiM holding accounts against Aaroo Raab deceased are requeetr ed to preMDt same to in on or before the first day of ApriiltlO tf fiouPowella SS It i I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker f l Birdsell 4- flilburn li J 1 = =WagonsAcar load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters and One= Horse Corn Drills I Will have the greatest and finest Display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for7 t Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N RR Wood son LewisT- he Merchant Greensbursr Ky 2Mfek Mail orders promply attended to I r j I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ONE DOLLAR A YEAR H Absher J otiii Mr R 0 Dillingham was at Roley Saturday and Sunday i Misses Emma and Clara Rob ertson and Arva Cave were the guests of Mr and Mrs R Hum phress Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs James Cooley and their sons were at Mr B F nightIMr and Mrs Sam Smith and children of near Holmes visit ed the latter sc parents at this place Sunday night and Monday j Mr and Mrs S W Absher of Cane Valley visited relatives in this neighborhood Sunday Mr and Mrs Lloyd Feese vis ited Mr and Mrs Nick Thomas Saturday night and Sunday Misses Rebecca Brockman Annie Robertson and Bertha Martin Messrs Coy Brockman Frank Welby and Eibert Cooley were at Mr Ben Robertsons Saturday and Sunday Mr H B Robertson was a t Holmes last Saturday Mr Nell Cape spent Saturday night with Mrs Fred Hum phress V MissNannie Cooley is visiting Mrs Ethyl Russell this week Messrs H B Robertson J H Morris Eibert Cooley and R 0 Dillingham made a blsinsstrip to Coburg last Tuesday Mr W P Dillm gham was at tJ ne Valley Tuesday Mr Jake Vanhoy was in this Jt Nx IT neighborhood a few days ago Mrs Harriett Robertson and daughter Miss Annie visited Mrs Robertsons sister Mrs W A Humpsress last Tuesday Ralph the little son of Mr and Mrs Henry Cooley is on thet sick list Mrs Mary A Brockman Arva and Cleo Cave spent one day last weekwith Mr and Mrs H B Robertson r Miss Eula Martin who bas been staying with her aunt vas 1 itedjat homeSSunday night aril MondayMr the machine agent was at this place last week Mrs W A Humphress happened to a very painful accident last Saturday She slipped and fell dislocating one of her wrists Mr Donnie Jones is no better at this writing l 1rDr bia passed through here enI 1 route to Knifiey one day fast weekHenry Coole and Osey Dil lingham were in Can p ellsVnle Wednesday night Messrs Herschel Mat and Ingram Robertsonwere Roley one day last week Jithehighestbidderthe waters of Green river near Ella postoffice which is known as the arah Gadberry land and belonged toIJ S Stapp at the time of hw death Terms of sale will be made known on day of tale JwiGarntt Executor 162 of jssupp