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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j II I = iJIf r c I L I IF rftL erO t Ijj Iuunip NtbJj IVOLUMf XUI COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 1910 NUMBER 9rEllison McFarland Last Thursday afternoon Mr Leslie JttcFarland son of Mr Solomon Me Jarlanrt and Miss Virgie Ellison daughter of Mr Nathan Ellison who lives near Mt Carmel drove into Co lumbia and to the residence of ctev R L Tally where they were happily mar ried The couple were accompanied by Mr John Biggs and Miss Maud Ellison Soon after the ceremony the couple left for the home of the grooms father where an elegant dinner was spread and where a number of friends had gathered to greet them The groom is an industrious farmer and stands high in the community in which he lives The bride is one of Adair countys best young ladies Halleys Comet Visible Halleys cpmet may now be seen on nights when conditions are favorable with the aid ot an ordinary fieldglass according to members of the astrono- mIcal faculty at Columbia University The most favorable time to look for it is between 630 and 730 p m with the glasselevated somewhat above th point where the sun sets The come is at present in what the astronomers call the twilight region It is in line with the sun and its brightness is therefore dimmed It will be visible all through April ana May but at its maximum brilliancy on May 18 When the comet is nearest the earth it will be only about 14000000 miles away Preaching Next Sunday W H eFiJf R CJgJfWoBuSW B Cave Pleasant Pidge jjilAKgJrUas tften appointed Deputy Collector fur the 5th Kentucky Revenue distric- headquarter at Lebanon It is the p sition formerly filled by Mr J H Jud of this place Mr Lynch has been storekeeper gauger for ten years has assumed the duties of the office Mr Charles Peridleton a young man about twentyfive years old died at the home of his parents Mr and Mr James Pendleton one mile from Kni ley Tuesday night of last week He was a victim of consumption and ha been sick for several months He was a young man who sad many friends The attention of our readers is called to the aduf the Columbia Bottling Company Mr W T Ottley who is the manager is making a number of fine soft drinks His MyCola has be- COme quite popular all the groce stores handling it Try a bottle It is harmless and refreshing Aaron Bread was before Judge Mo last Saturday two cases charged wit selling liquor In one he was fined six ty dollars aid ten day imprisonment t and in the other he was fined sixty dollars He will probably pay the fines in jail Uncle Flem S Carter who lives near Esto was one hundred years old last Friday the 11th day of March He is hale and hearty He has one sister Mrs Acre living in this county who isI either 96 or 98 years of age She top is enjoying fine health Mrs Wesley the widow of the late Josh Wesley was adjudged a lunatic last Friday and sent to the asylum She returned from the asylum three years ago believed to been restored Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 for 5Q cents for sale Mrs Ben Thomas l 19rlt Absher KyI Quite a number of sheep were killed by dogs in the Breeding country last week Steve Coqmer lost 7 all he owned It is believed that seventy five have been killed T E Waggener soldhis wifes one wellij jaldweli for 3100 L Mi Joljn Thurman bobghtof John A J Wheeler last week a small farm lying on Sjrksville Ridge for 1000 JW Flowers sold WA Garne tt Idiot Friday a thoroughbred Berkshire male pig six months old for 1250 pr 8 P Crenshaw sold his farm on j itftpinnient last week tp Mr Tpin 1x0 kw b Il The James Boys rTne James Boys in Missouri drew Tan immense crowd to the court auditorium last Saturday evening every seat being filled It is a play mastered by Cane Valley talent each actor rendering his or her part in a faultless mariner All the male members were dressed as outlaws each act giving a Binhalm a Jesse and Mrs Tom Moore who acted the part of Jesses wife played her part to fectlon T 1 Smith as Bob Ford killed his old friend and comrade Jesse James There were many other excit ing scenes each performer deserving special notice but their names are not before us The singing of the minstrels was very much enjoyed and the two songs rendered by a little daughter and little son of Mr and Mrs Tom Moore onwereKerr who is the manager in behalf of the entire aggregation desires jo r turn his sincere thanks to the people of Columbia for their liberal patronage and excellent attention The receipts of the evening 7925 Crenshawt s s I Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY jagainstc By virtue of a judgment and order o sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January term 1910 in the above cause for the sum of 93 14 with inter thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of June 03 until paid subject to a credit of 70 paid Sept 27th 1903 and 4960 herein 1 shall proceed to offer fo at the Court House door in Colum Ky to the highest bidder at Auction on Monday the 4th of April 1910 at one oclock pm thereabout being County Court a credit of six months the follow described property towit Two certain tracts of land the fir 12J acres and the second ntaining 7J more or less and at the proceedtton acre tract me petitiond or y of witI3h rate 6 p cent per annum from the 22nd day January 1887 until paidsubject to the following credits viz 75 paid Ms 190s1 fnd 70 paid March 13th 1906 and 4960 costs herein Said third tract dwill be sold upon the same terms as the first two tracts Reference is made to the judgment and order of sale f complete description and boundry df the three tracts of land ordered to be sold The third tract will be sold i such way as to leave the dwelling and other buildings unsold selling the land farthest from the dwelling unless prya YJsaid Diddles debt interest and costs or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made purchaseh tois bond bearing legal interest from date until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment W A Coffey Master Commissions r Remember that Dr Crenshaw will tell some valuable property next Saturday Ben Columbia Wednesday and Thurs day the 23 and 24 and see Russell Cob display of fine goods It will be worth seeing and if you want to make a purchase you can be accommodated Pig days Wednesday and Thursday March 23 and 24 in Columbia Spring ooenin gat Russell Cob Read their announcement fit the people of Adair county wa TO see something nice and attractive opportunity wilt ke given them Wednesday and Thursday March 23 and 24 Russell Cos big opening The ladies of Adair and adjoining counties should attend Russell Co r big opening Wednesday and Thursday March 23 and 24 All the nicest fjabnca displayII A corn crib containing eight barrels of corn the Pproperty of James pos y j near Milltown was consumed bjffirt bt Thursday night xj A five room cottage for rent i 19 r tJ t yU C Baker v t See Baron Rythraf befirerbreedinf yburmareg 7tf 192 Good congregations re out to prEld Z T WiN amslftsiatf Sunda fo 190n and evenin i upl ift The Sewing Club I The Sewing Club Continues to flourish and a most delightful time was had last Wednesday afternoon when Misses Lina slid Madge Rosenfield in their usual shaming way entertained the club An interesting sewing con test was given Misses Mary Cart wright and Ursura Koelsch winning the prizes The invited were Missal Lo rena Harrison Myrtle Myers Annie Dixon Jennye McFarland Mary Cart wright Eliza Gibbs Alice Walker Frances Jones Mable Jasper Louise Hancock Edna David Martha Han cock Ursula Koelsch Bess Rowe Dim pie Conover Edna Lewis Ruth Summers Mesdames C M Russell Bruce Montgomery and Geo Lowe afineyounhorse d Read his pedigree 0peratloneMr Mont Cravens who has been great sufferer for the past month was conveyed to Louisville last week by Dr E A Waggener sad his brotherinlaw Mr W E Bradshawt and Frida morning he submitted to an operation for gravel in St Joseph Infirmary Dr Abell Using the knife The operation was very successful twentyfive o thirty gravel 6f different sizes removed Since the operation the family fewjravens have to rena fin the infirmary for four or five before he is able to return home Mrs Cravens and her son Tim will go to hi bedside in a few days All is interested in the patients early recovery I am receiving some nice spring suit rfor young men in the latest styles and would appreciate a look before you buy r Kespt Frank Sinclair The dwelling house and a portion o its contents the property of Mr Sam Mourning Champaign ill were destroy ed by fire a few days ago His dwell furstsitars for 1000 Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY T H Curdc Plaintiff tJimmie Curd c Deft f erBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale by Adair Circuit Court render 191y0 cause costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at Courthouse door in Columbia Ky the highest bidder at Public Auctioni on Monday the 4th day of April 1910 bore ing County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper sint KyBounded titby the lands of J H Young and J Biggs on the west by the lands of J J Biggs and S D Barbee and on the south by the landst J J Biggs and contains 38 acres more or less and the same lands which were conveyed to James H Curd by the Master Commissioner of the Adair Circuit Court less a portion of same which was conveyed by said Curd to Mary Smythe and two acres which were conveyed to- JJBiggsby Bettie Tupman c For the purchase price the ourchaser iviui approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Jud ment Bidders will he prepared tog comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissidner Mr Hugh Richardson and Mr T A tradingrhem Bomar Heights for the livery stable openanWalkratera at once If you want good water drive your Irill with a Fairbanks Morse C oAEngine I have them l92t L B Hurt Agent Rev W B Cave occupied the pulpit it the Presbyterian church last Su nterlay forenoon the pastor being absent He delivered a very logical discourse Lee S SmjthiR offering the serviJfs tf Baron RXthmicii standards bred and regiatered trotting horse Read hi8 tivertisementr r 192t i J Mrs Rollhi Hurt entertained Mrs lQ4thfMJddthiS place at dinn8r1i t Sunday i VHf The attention ofiour farmers if c- areecho ll the adrertaeetheiat of Young Brp ifThey hive some excellent stock I i fT 1tr ftlillinery Opening Mrs L C Hurt and Miss Ursula Koelsch will havetheir millinery open irig Wednesday and Thursday March 23 and 24 rrheyare located at Russell Cosstore and will havemany nice hats the latest styles on display These ladies spent several weeks in the Cincinnati market and are better prepared to pTease than any time in the past The ladies of Columbia an Adair county i are cordially invited to come in and look through their stock It will be their pleasure to show whether you buy or not The Reed Hardware Company has anew ad this week Look Over it and visit the store Sam Barbee bought four horses and a wagon from Isaac Dick erson tor 650 Charley Barbee bought tof Coy E Dud goon one horse and a wagon for 185 Every body wants Fairbanks themaThe Citizens League meeting was afternooYn were HIGlawlessnesr S as speakers stated willimakEmake the community as perfect in wiiosr v Secretarys oart at house v If you want bargains be at Dr Cren Saturdays William Garnett a young colored man 22 years oldwho has been em yeafrs of pneumonia He was buried Sunday Mr Paull in speaking of him said he was one of the best work hands I ever saw and was perfectly reliable His death was a serious loss tonic The Jeffries Hardware Store has a new ad this week Read it Last Friday evening Mrs Allen Walk r had several friends to dinner and spread one of most delightful feast imaginable Every delicacy of the sea son prepared in the most toothsome manner and served so daintily that the guests fared sumptuously indeed Af earltor to strains of enchanting music After they had indulged in various games the hour for departure came only too soon Among those present were Miss Gibbs Miss Dixon Mr Jackson Mr John Lee Walker i isPublic Sale On Saturday March 19 1910 at former farm on rDisappointment 11 miles east of Columbia I will sell to the highest bidder the followingpro perty towit Two good work horses 2 good milk cows 2 buggies 1 wagon and bed and several sets of harness Farming implements consisting of a mowing machine good as new and a number of excellent plows and ma other articles useful to a farmer also a lot of hay and fodder Sale to beat 1030 amTerms made known day of sale My reason for selling is that I have quite farming and have permanently located in Columbia f the pratice Jf my profession S D Crenshaw There will be preaching attheBap tilt church this place next Sunday cogr arid the members are urged to attend Ollstoves and ranges often immi saleReedlodge of OddFellows will be orpg- anfzed jn this place next Thursday night Dr J F Baugh of Jamestown has been appointed by the GrandMas to put the lodge to work He be assisted by a number of OddFella of Jamestown and Russell Springs r All the signers to the petition asking gan1Zport to Mr W D Frazier next Thu i1lZe6it t Rhode Island Red eggs for sale 15 caiy Oil wiiitth rn iwad jp our ardor arid tell what r I Mrs J E Grant Vi i Ky- f r Death of Mrs Sarah C Calhoun Mrs Sarah C Calhoun wife of Joh C Calhoun died at her home near Campbellsville Ky March 6 She had been in feeble health for ten years or more but was not confined to her be but a few weeks beforo her departure She was born and reared in Adair county and spent nearly all her life i saidcounty having moved to Taylor county about the middle of last Decem tier She was the mother of seven children six of whom still live to moor their loss She was a good Christian woman a faithful loving wife anda very kind and devoted motherS far as 1 know she was loved by all who knew her an many were made better by her noble Christian life She was triumphant berllwaybetter world She was laid to rest in the cemetery fusereal the writer assisted by Rev J H W ker She was sixty three years old andIhad been a member of the Church about thirty years May t going away of the wife and moth serve to bind th husband and children closer to God Jesse L Murrell Persons writing to have their address changed musr office former AOAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKet Petition to Adair Circuit Court Bv virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court reside edat the January Term thereof lyiO i in the above cause and costs herein shall proceed to offer for sata ati ti Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Augtin on Monday the 4th day of April 1910 atone oclock p m or thereau Jt ing County Court upon a erOt01s- ix months the following das riued property towit A certain tract of land beingr cM Green River in Adair COllntyKQri tucky containing 182 acres jmd known as lot No 2 on plat No2 as shown Commissioners report and deed on in this case to which reference is made for complete description and boundary For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a udg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co is now ready to receive hickory logs or lumber at their mill in Columbia 174t The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church melt with Mrs Will Wilson Thursday at 2 oclock All rtheme n hers are cordially dnvited trayFor Sale s A farm of 25 acres good house and outbuildings one mile Southeast of Cane Valley Good orchard and good spring Sale 19th of March at 9 oclock a m Terms made known on day of sale I H D Cundiff wentraLouisville last week submitted to an successfulgin She Aonting along nicely and will be at ho m in about one week orRead the advertisement of A Burry Campbellsville who advertises boilers engines and machinery He has some rare bfFor Sale 4 Thoroughbred Golden Wyandotte eggs 15 for 70 cents Mrs R A Stone Montpelierby gYE Aaron Beard who was wanted ona number of charges was arrested by Sheriff A D Patterson and deputies Sam Mitchell and Frank Winfrey the Milltown country last Tuesd night and brought to Columbia and1 Uwill S agarwnst him Mr A S Chewninghas secured the services of Jim Davis of color an e nrienced handle of horses oneoft le Stait akii1gif Mr Chewnings barn this lace the firstof ea ronableI Two Firms For Sale t I have two good farnig fpruiale New J1nluildings Y V r83t 0zarlY f 1 dij At f l l tf4 Everybody is Looking 1The tool display representing a well fitted crpenters shop in the show Qompanydone who pass the store Every article which goes to make up a perfect shop is on display and in its proper placeJ Thn work bench the trestles chisels saws hammers etc There is but one thing missing to make the display com pletea man working at the bencht n41r A G Norris who travels for the Belknap Hardware Company Louis- vIlle was here a few days ago and an pounced that it was the most perfect display he had seen in Kentucky Mr dHrud Euband wio is enployed by the Reed Hardware Company arranged r1the window He is a gentleman of ex i cellent taste and as a showwindow dresser he has but few equals Now is the time to have your paint idle sail papering done Ask for Wad Gilbert You will find them atbythe Hancock Hotel Estimates cheer luliy given 182t Russellhe Eur byJudgeoffice lust Wednesday afternoon We carry a complete line of base bat goods Reed Hardward Co jlr J S Breeding has improved the appearance of his residence by adding two dormer windows to the front If you want your garden to produce well watt until the ground gets warm aerate planting Seed put in the ground when the earth is cold do but little good II have one dozen buff Orpington cockrels for sale at 1 OJ each ratMrs A H Ballard f A series of meetings will commence at the Methodest church this city the title Sunday in April Acarloadof celebrated Columbus run easy wagons just reeived treed Hardware Co lastfilDying and Renovating Pressing 25e to 100 Fiats 25c to iOO Dying 1 00 to 3 50 Dry cleaning 50c to 2 50 Scouring 5Ueto2UO antlercondition and texture of different grades of goods Rose Price L82t Miss Kittle Smith Agfr A family of Franklins is lying very low with typhoid fever m the Breeding country Eery kind of garden tools can be bought of Reed Hardware Co Hogs sold on the Louisville market last Friday at 10 65 per hundred We are now ort the market for Hick ors timber either in the log on our yard or we will buy it on the stump The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co 174t Columbia Ky ProgramtoColumbia District Sunday School Con ference to be held at Breeding Ky pril 45 1910 eApril 47 p m Pre ch rigJ H WalkerHCApril ii845 DevotiohalJiRj Ran 9am Organization iA 915Reports from Schools SundaySchoola T McConnell b What is its value to the C mrnunityGW Pangburn c What is its value in Evangelistic workR L Talley O What is its in training young ChristinslU Stevenson e What is its value lUh a Missionary agencyJ P Vanhoy j Song Service 1115 a m GhiJdrens Day a Its BreedlIikriaMurrell NOON 2 p m Devotional J F BlackI SundaySchool xlClass0eFinnfor315p mA comparative study of Union and Denominational Literature H W alk rl3QPo mauggeetiona for imprpv ingpur Sunday Schopk Open discusri tsion r T L HulM P B i i O H W paint guaranteed 100 pad cent pure R MdCHardware Cp t 2 r t I tr 2 J THE LIllJMIIMCmM Resolutions of Respect Tampico Lodge 419 F A M Whereas It has pleased the Grand Architect of our Universe to remove from our midst and to his last resting place our worthy brother John J Biggs who departed this life February 26th 1910 therefore be it Resolved That in the death of brother Biggs our Lodge has lost a good and true Mason his wife a true kind and loving hus band and the community has lost a benevolent upright and useful citizen Resolved That we extend to the widow and relatives our heart felt sympathy with the assur ance that we mourn with them in their loss We commend his life to tjie whole brotherhood as worthy iof emulation in every de tailResolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on our record book a copy sent to the widow of our deceased brother a copy sent to the Mosonic Home Journal and a copy to the Adair County News for publicatio J W Sublett E C Page Committee J 1 Stanberry Is the Wheat Crop Failing The new inquires in the Federal Census concerning wheat are expected to reveal the immense progress made in this great crop Fears that the supply will not keep pace with the demand have agitated the public from time to time but in late years great areas have been added to the wheat acreage through the intro duction of new varieties of wheat which were adapted to soil ands B climatic conditions This particularly true of winterwheatII which is to be from common spring Camp bells epochmaking efforts in be half of dry farming in connec tion with the introduction of Durum wheat promises to turn the semiarid region covering ions of square miles into miU1 the most prosperous sections in the world Emmer and spelt f varieties are playing an import ant role in helping to get wheat of great drought and rustresist ing power Therefore it be comes important to take accoun of them in the coming agricul aural census An Honest Confession IsISenator Aldrich of Rhode land the acknowledged head and ReIj3adeMna speech in the Senate admitted that a business J man could effect an annual saving ofII 300000000 in the expenses o i the government It is said that the Senators Republican colleagues looked at him in ment His declaration amazI 000000 of the peoples money is annually wasted by a Republica- Congress of which he himself is t a recognized leader created something of a sensation amon Congressmen but the thatftheysystematicaly worked and thei 4 pockets emptied ford the benefit f qf a chosen few but they really did not expect such an admission v irom Nelson B Aldrich The Pennsylvania railroad has acquired sufficient stock bf the Norfolk Western Railway to Vgive it absolute controKof the vV road i i1f f r I Pyrus 1 We are having a few days of P pretty weather and farmers are very busy Mr T A Firquin of Cane Valley was visiting the family of Mr W S Pickett one night last week I siIMr G L Vire of Keltner was visiting his mother Mrs J H Vire last Sunday Mrs C W Keltner was visit ing her sister Mrs R 0 Keltner of Gradyville one day last week- J A Vire and Garlin Pickett were at Gratlyville Sunday Married on the 1st day of March Mr Ed Pickett to Miss Zora Pickett Rev J A John son officiated There was a nice dinner set at U S Picketts the father of the groom with a large number of relatives and friends present The bride is an accom plished young lady while the groom is a prosperous young far mer May they live along and happy life Rev Payne of Basil will preach at Cool Spring schoolhouse the 2nd Sunday in this month Mr C W Keltner bought two nice steers for 40 R F Kelt ner sold one cow for 30 also one aged mule for 42 50 E P Sexton bought one mare of C C Pickett for 75 All the young folks attended the musical entertainment at W Picketts Tuesday night All re port fine music anda general good time Rev Joe Firquin and family of Keltner attended the Pickett wedding Tuesday The Confederate Pension Bill It is possible that the lobbyists and corruptionists at Frankfort commonly known as The Third House will loosen their grip on the Senate long enough for it to pass the Confederatepension It has already passed the billI The bill provides 12 for Confederate soldiers monthlyI not own over 2500 worth of property either in their own or in their wives names or who intcumbrance of over 500 a year It is estimated that about 2000 Kenitucky may avail themselves of the benefits of this act The bill ought to become a lawI and probabl will The old iers are passing as the snow in the sun and what ever is done for them must be done now = Glasgow Times Qnalifications of Jurors A judge out in Missouri has taken a position on the qualifications of jurors that should appeal alikeneven d esmark a rathe radical departure from the meth hayge many years thate i jurorr questro whether the talesman had read accounts of the case inthe news papersc Whats the difference If he has read the newspapers demanded the judge Hell make the better juryman say that a may ought not to Serve because he has read the newspaper accounts is saying in 0a r 9l 9j effect that a jury Qf intelligence is objected to That is j iot just ice neither is it law = 1JC Liberty Editor NewsoAfter eigjht hours of hard and tedious driving I arrived in the hospitable little capital of Casey afterInoonfrom Columbia to Dun vine were something fearful iE I may use that term and a great many times the buggy axles would almost drag in the mud and while driving along in a snails crawl as it were I was reminded of the great amount of wind andmoney that is expended each year in the state of Kentucky for good roads with very littlepermanent and lasting results Adair county is one of the counties that needs a system of road improvement which will be substantial and worth something to the citizens and taxpayers of6 the county and instead of banking up a lot of looseearth in the center of the roads only to be come mud holes in wet weather crushed rock and gravely are needed to make a road that will stand the wear and tear of heavy hauling It is not supposed that my sug gestions along these lines will be heeded because there are men who will make it appear that they know it all with referenceI to good roads and possibly they do not traVel over 20 miles of road in the county during a whole year But I was only making a suggestion from the conditions which came under my observa tion along the first twenty miles of my trip to this place and that territory is nearly all in Adair county The road from Dunnville to Liberty is excellent being a p ke made of gravel and the grade is far above the average considering the country through which it runs From what t have seen of the town Liberty although quite ancient in some of its buildings it is one of the best little inland towns In this section of the state i The people are kind ajid courteous and they use every effort to make a stranger feel at home in theirmidst The town has three churches two Hotels a fine graded school brass band skating rink and a number of handsome and sub std teal business houses and a court house that is said to have cost forty thousand dollars Business seeme to be good in all lines and everything is on th go from all indications There are two daily mails from Liberty to Moreland Staton and return One by hack which carries the express also the other by private conveyance One mail arrives at noon and departs at 1 p in the other departs at 5 a man I arrives at 5lpm All mail coming BrCincinnati Southern trains Possibly a great many of the readers of the News already know more about Liberty and win11 close for the present annd wife Sunday they are both weir ands nt e enjoying life Fred McLean for Sale Tolure bred SdRhode Wand Red Cockfela LOG efch Also eggsf batchii Mine ttOHBk 100 for 15 Mr W C Leach 174t 1Jopp Ky Yyjfit iCL j COLUMBIA DISTRICT THIRDS ROUNDI The following make up Presid ping Elder Hulses appointments for the Columbia District going ver the territory for the third time It is requested hat the membership keep these appoint ments before it and attend the meetings t Glens Fork Antioch April 2 3 V Jamestown Jamestown April 910 Russell Springs Mt Pleasant April 1011 Monticello Tuttles Chapel j April 1617 West Monticello Bethesda April 1718 Clinton Davis Chapel April 1920 v Albany Albany April 23 24 Peytonsburg CJHestnut Grove April 30 May 1 Bear Creek Rose of Sharon May 12 Renox White Hill May 3 4 Burksville Wesley Chapel May 78 Thurlow Beech Gr veMay 1011 CmpbeIIsviIIe Circuit Souls Chapel May i516 Spurlington and Early Poplar Grove May 1718 Greensburg Quisenberry May 2122 Mannsville M t Zion May 2829C- ampbellsville f Station May 2930 Cane Valley Clear Spring Jun 45iColumbia and Tabor Columbia June 56June 1112 Tompkinsville June 1819 West Tompkinsville June 21 22 Temple Hill June 2526 The District Conference will be held at Glensfork Ky June 791910 T L HUESE PE TODAY Why should we crave tomorrow needs For it belongs to God The thr hs no more can pierce out fee Oer the backward path weve trod The sun that beams on us today Tomorrow may not shine Our weary eyes may close in death Ere another days decline The toil the care the pain the woe That seems to weigh us down The passing smile of truant joy That changes to a frown Will pass away when natures balm Of sleep is on us laid resteWhy should we weep Oh human kind Why should ye eer complain Why ye rebel against your lot When it is all invain 5hy censUre God and nature too Your own misdeed hath caused your pain Your sin hath made you moan v Today is but a passing flash A Of light across the sky It takes a hundred years to live It takes a day to die A thousand years are all too short To make amends to God But we live a and then we sleepv An age beneath the sod Just for today then make your vows Good things to do and say Tomorrow may Rot find you here Ye who are here today Just for today then live your life Tomorrow lies too far Jo set your feet upon its strand Or watch its rising star r Kings princes dukes and lords can claim No life but just today For ere tomorrow come each one May sleep beneath the clay Or human kind why should you care Why should you watch and weep tonightoMay bring eternal sleep v Brittle Hays- GlenstorkKy i Ji0k4 j eriffs Sale of Land For Taxes tOnCourthouse door in Columbia Ky at 1 oclock p tm or thereabout the same being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Court will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash in ofIthe tax and cost due for the year 1909 on the following persons towit Whites in District B R AbrellNR 61 acres joins Elzy Weathington Tax andx thS4West Chapbell tax and cost for 1909 3 52 T C Faulkner NR 65 acres joins J H Nance tax and cost for 1909 568 J4 H NanceNR 112 acres joins Linzie Fair taxand cost for 1909 4 55 J T Thompson 9J acres join J M Fisher tax and cost for 1909 464 Colored in District 1 W J Fitzpatrick 15 acres joins Will Carney tax and cost for 1909 5 70 Whites in District J M Burton 30 acres joins Mire Burton tax and cost for 1909 s5 22 W R Brown 2 acres joins C C Genry tax and cost for 1909 3 74 Mrs Angeline Cravens 60 acres joins Sam Murrell tax andlcost for 1909 J G M4 Cravens 15 acres joins K E Bryant tax and cost for 1909 12 26 R H Harmon 50 acres joins W L Brockman tax and cost for 1909 4 59 W 0 Knight 7 acres joins Richard Burton tax and cost for 1909 3 52 R F Neat NR 100 acres joins R L Neattax and cost for 1900 2 83 W lD1909 4 15 Mrs N E Sanders 17 acres joins Frank Sanderstax and cost for 1909 2 34 Colored in District 2 I E Haskins 160 acres joins Or Brockman tax and cost for 09 7 09 Chas Willis 8 acres joins E K Sparks tax and cost for 09 4 39 Whites in District 3 joinse 4 46 T A4 Bottom 100 acres joins W T Loy tax and cost for 09 6 02 Willie Cape 50acres joins Lafe Grant tax and cost for 09 3 85 Cape Kilpatrick 80 acres joins Sonk Keeton tax and cost for 09 2 86 Jas Gibson 28 acres joins Moses Stewart tax and cost for 09 4 86 J C Gibbons NR 29 acres joins Moses Stewart tax and cost for 09 2 42 Mrs Rosa Hadley 20 acres joins Bill Shearer tax and cost for 09 2 20 W H Samuel 1 town lot in Glenville tax and cost for 09 4 52 Colored in District 3 Jf H Bomer 31 acres joins Sel Bennett tax and cost for 09 4 94 Susie Wakefield NR 73 acres joins G A Harvey tax and cost for 09 2 62 4tacres joins Dan Mooneyham tax and cost for 09 4 44 J B Napier 25 acres joins Robt Keltner tax and cost for 09 4 56 Whites in District 5 T W Dowell NR 7 acres tax and cost for 09 4 46 Whites in District 6 Octavia Cole 240 acres joins Cilia Burton tax and cost for 09 2 8 E C Curry 2 acres joins T ISmith tax and cost for 09 4 64 L L Richards NR 18 acres joins M J Denton tax and cost for 09 2 16 J S Rainwater 129 acres joins 1 GP Watson tai and cost for 09 78ColoredC A Hendrickson 100 acres joins R E Bailey tax and cost for 09 879 Mary L Johnson i acres joins I F P Rice tax and cost for 09 2 22 Jno1 Smith 70acres joins June Grove tax and cost for 09 7 43 Whites in District 7 Jeff Bradshaw 200 acres joins Lize Loy tax and cost for 09j 13 13 Colored in District 7 Joseph Wheat heirs 29 acres joins Albert Moore tax and cost 72ColoredTom Lester 1 town lot It Coo J lumbia tax and cost for 09 4 16 W B Pattesonlate Sheriff 18 4t t The Louisville Ripper Bill The near approach to tfye end of the sixtyday limit causes uneasiness to the majority for fearsome of the most desirable meas t40reaehto be acted upon should he veto them f t ft t l So the Committee on rules hasn matters in hand and is whooping things up It is known that the Governor- is opposed to what is known as the Ripper bill by which the office of City 4ttorney of Louis ville is to be abolished and a co operative council who shall be in harmony with the Mayorsub stituted and it is not douted at hewill veto it If the bill is passed right away and is vetoed it will come back and can be passed over the veto Otherwise- it would be killed by a veto for this session Farmers Home Journal What Cold Morale Means In Cleveland where the first meat boycott was started it is said that over 50000 signed the pledge to abstain from eating meat for thirty days These people will ask the Lelislature to pass a bill to penalize the retaining of food in cold storage for longer than one month In this connection a reporter for the admitIstorage plants in New York and foundrecords of food stuffs kept as long as two years or more such as fish poultry eggs fruits and meats Eggs in some cases were five years old and original y had been imported from China It is estimated that one entire beef carcass for each adult in the country is held in cold storage a Pheasants Amovement is on foot in Scott county to secure the parries of one hundred farmers who will purII are to turned loose on their farms It is pro posed to protect these birds for lour or five years and then form rules governing their shooting They are abont twice as large as our native partridges are not migratory and multiply with astonishing rapidity There are several coveys of these birds in the Paynes Depot neighborhood and they are thriving splendidly About sixty men have agreed sometone in Mercer county take up this matter and bring an importation to this county at the same time Harrodsburg Herald Corn Cobs for Pipes 0Probably not one smoker in a hundred who likes the real American Pipethe corncob Is aware of the fact that many acres in Ohio Illinois Missouri tooraising corn for the especial pur pose of producing cobs suitable for fashioning into pipe bowls The grain itself is marketedof course but the cob on which it grows is the real harvest and is cut carefully into proper lengths t smoothed and polished the soft inner pulp geing gouged out by special machinery It is possi ble to buy a set of corncob pipes in a nest of six with anamber mouthpiece mounted in silver that wiUcost 750 The growing of corn for cobpine purposes and the manufacturer of the pipes by machinery are the con ception of one of the Tobacco Trust experts Chicago Inter Ocean Everything in vehicles from gocarts ts surriea ReedHiirdware Co J j l IT r r i I i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 0 r Ii JfJtQ J l1 8 Ask the nian vHtn whom you talk typewriters if he has a machine with Combination Column Finder and Paragrapher z j He may tell you that he has not but he will notteIH c I you that a typewriter without It IS jusT as good K tf The Combination Column Finder and Paragrapher is jjja feature so essential tqsuccessful typewriter operation thati It will eventually be incorporated all typewriters J The typewriter offering this feature today is the 5 Iri a tfi rl 1 i2The Smith Premier Typewriter Model 10 has fourt C teen exclusive featuresall vital importance in producing 4 the bet work I j Let us send you complete descriptions of theJ C THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER COMF ANXh1cIYriSyracuse N Y Branches everywhere i o b f ti r r Mf 4 J Farm Notes Timelost by the hens will soon be made up if conditions are 61 favorable The hen with a frozen comb is a nonproducer Poultry houses so long as to create drafts are not to be recom mendedDampness inthe poultry house yards or runs is often a source pf troubleLack of charcoal grit green and animal foods in sufficient quantities spells failure Lack of a constant supply of clean pure fresh water before the fowls means defeat in the r endToo exposed too low or too- L warm a location for a poultry plant is a frequent cause of dis aster Have you culled out all the unprofitable birds If not do it at once and give the others a chance A f ee dof finelychopped onions once a week is a tonic that helps to keep broilers lively and healthy It is claimed that sheep fed a v small quantity of flaxseed once a week are not likely to suffer with colicAgain i we mention water it is lidded by the hens plenty of it when they are fed mostly dry grains r The best incubator named since some are hetterinI certain respects and sonia i kothers r like sleep do when their feet pqf1 backs are ikept dry j t Do not give horses water im mediately after eating An hour after they have finished their meal is soon enough to water themSome horses are predisposed to colic and a straw and corn diet is almost sure to cause trouble at frequent intervals with such casesIn order toget a strain or blood established it is not only necessary to breed inline but to select and breed the choicest standard birds each year There is enougn lime in 100 pounds of clover for 200 eggs with asubstantiallshell it is claimed by good poultry authority Every one has his favorite among the many breeds of poultry And each breed has certain points in its favor not possessed by the other A good currying occasionally does not make a sleek horse It takes everyday grooming to open the pores soften the skin an produce a good healthy di coat Give the Ken that takes a no tion to become broody this early in the season a little time to be come established before giving her eggs She is very apt to change her mind at this time There seems to bean connection between the price of corn and of hogs and the intelligent farmer will weigh theseI prices carefully before deciding to cut out nogs and sell corn r turnkey hens will not hatch so well and they are apt to be soft shell ted So be careful and not feed coni too heavily during the win ter l i The better the food you give your hens the better and more wholesome will be the eggs Some folks who consider any old stuff that spoils about the house good enough for the hens perhaps have never thought of this There is no better butter any where than that turned out from thehcme dairy in the old fash ioned way with all the conditions right At present prices it pays to see to it that they are right Rams Horn Blown Nothing has more courage than love r ourselvesIwhen we fail to do our best The man who stands on the truth has Gods Jiand under him The ford made some laws to show how much He hates idleness There was only one window in the ark but At opened toward heaven IYou cant measure a mans re legion by the length of his face in churchi Hiding a light under a bushel is not much better than putting it clear out We do not have to be great in anything except faith to obtain great favois with God f9re give us if we could only know their wrongs A rich man may give the Lord too little but a jpoor man cannot give him toomuch Indianapo lis News No man ever takes the Lord for his shepherd as ling as he can find any kind of green as- turefor himselff i r r f SHort Meter Sermons Often the clock that strikes loudest is farthest off the time A chilly manner is not the best preparation for a warmer climate I The pleasures of folly never come up to the pr9IDiseof the pictures Religion is a poor thing if you never enjoy it till you get into trouble e better men see the faults ofi others l the more blind they are to their needs No man believes in any real heaven I who does not sweat t0 make it real here The tendency to correct creation is often mistaken f the creation of correct character v Sentence Sermons Love rfeeds no interpreter T Every blessing makes you a debtor Affection is never guilty affectation Heaven ranks by service and not by salary A lust is aft appetite in the seat of the will Our principles are simply our habits of thinking You cannot hide your vices under advertisements of your virtues Little individual kikindnesses make the way for the umvers love The people who raise the ro ina church seldom raise tii revenue s Itsonly when pur virtues are WrY Yl zr1 ljjZ l n r ii I likeboastingchildr may be training a man in righteousness If there were enough peacekeepers the peace makers would not be needed tnotHe who saves all his believeF for the good comes to there are none worthy of its I is a dark world to those in Ifwhom selfishness has turned the inward t It takes more than chemistry of soils to grow a crop and more IFterWhen a lean thinks that his paS1Itugs for the lines = Chicago Tri bune rjHow Good News SpreadsI I am 70 years old and travel most oL the time writes B F Tolson o Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere go I recommend Electric BittersJbe cause I owe my excellent health an vitality to them They effect a cur every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate TheyIand health thats a daily joy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction is posi tively guaranteed by Paull Drug Co DieIFebruary 17It even costs you more to die these days Ten years ago you could contract a hosIbe nursed die and be buried for about 150 Now since th trusts aided and abetted by the priceIofor to anil be buried The trusts are making theIKansas City doctors nurses and undertakers say is correct Cof fins and graves have increased in price almost 50 per cent in the last ten years Lumber silkim ported woods and other I nrticles many of them imported have al most trebled in price because of the tariff Undertakers say the trusts are reaping a rich harvest in dollars because of the increased cost of living many nurses and physicians have boosted their scale of fees A further KansasICity Paper Free Dyspepsia Samphor waklingdyspepsiacuresJlof so troublesome a complaint as requiredsomething digestiveIdiTherethebreathtains digestive ingredients will not cu indlgesti0fa scientific laxative We knowof no remedy that combines these re CaldwellSyrupa quarter of a centur iliaLivet constipationcoplaintsand tone the stomach and bowel muscles naurallyFennStuart te BlackbunfMowith this remedy They became co dysipepslacures acceptedDrtle which he willingly sends to anyo Laterhavingconvhfree sample they bought Syrup Pepsin orale pleasetodesire for yourself or family pertaining to oluteJyfreea detailecaitlotherwise or e CatdWiURIiOOCaJd1IIlndWIJeDtJcJJe t i 1i I TUE r LOUISVILLE TIMESf BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER TilE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 500i A YEAR YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND LOUISVILEEI TIMESeONE YEAR IBOTn 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printedi anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field per icctly Covers the general news field completely a Has the best and fullest mar kets reports butefair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP TION RIGHT AWAY- TO THIS PAPERnot to The Louisville Times Joy for the Consumer One very excellent thing about the inquiry being made into the cost of living is that everyone with a grievance is eager to tell it The farmer has his troubles though he has been pictured as the only complacent person concerned The commission men have a set of complaints almost as long as some of the railroads against which they charge ex tortion The wholesaler and the retailer are angry at each other ItheIrihave dealings- There is nothing like along bringIThe anger lof years is being aired The unfairness is put on public exhibition Favoritisms and petty gougings business brigandage and commercial ra pacity are all being explained and put down in the minutes If exiwantonof willing witnesses It begins to look as if the ultimate consumer is to come in to happier days s Stubborn As PtulesI Are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause TheE ofAppetiteInyHeadache But such troubles fly be theReworlds best Stomach and Liver rem dy So easy 25c at Paull Drug Co The cornerstone of the new Normal School at Bowling Green was laid with appropriate exec cases Saturday Gov Wilson wtt present and delivered an address rtr 1TTiS 1A j T tr y ta z ti y J i 0 fic 4 Jr Hr JIf t 1YitN M1o 4r jIIJ r yt 0 OMAL PRINI I YA 0 I t r t You are Invited to Attend Our Spring Opening 2 lG L i W Thursdayfl t jr r H March 23 and 24 191OW- e II AY J i We will have on exhibition in the various departments ofour store the LARGEST andmost VARIED stocks ever A shown in Columbia Were too busy to wiite a Long winded advertisement giving descriptions and details of 0 f Sthe various Lines but will jus isk you to come gin the days mentioned and see the LARGEST Display of GENERAL J MERCHANDISE that will be shown in this section of Kentucky this Spring Wewitl not insist on you buying any C thing just want you to come tudseepur display fiewill take great pleasure in showing3Tou through our stock Y r7O 0 6 fr 4it i Jg i ft t fit tt W IL tv J n uum nnty iltl1 I Published Every Wednesday BY THE he Adair County Mews Company5 i INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR l Democratic newspaper devoted totho interests jf the city of Columbia and the people of Adairtand adjacent coentlee Entered at the Columbia PoatofBco aa second a u mnil matter rfEDllkR 16 1910 Hon W J Price who has been fh candidate for the Democratict nomination for inj district has withdrawn PifromIS The Kenti cl y Legislature will adjourn today Wednesday and of the whole State is glad It will go down in history as a body of men who met to disagree j News comes to Columbia that there were only three men in the Kentucky Legislature who stood r four square to every wind Elzy Bertram ClaudThomas ancj Jack Ch Inn T Hon Ben Johnson has been re nominated for Congress from the v Fourth district The Committee- ofi the district also recommended him as the Democratic candidate for Governor It seems that in t his effort to down Mr Johnson former Governor Beckham has a job on his hand IV A necktie entertainment with t fSanford Love as the principal factor should be announced as quickly at possible He called 41 fihe home of his fiance Miss iottie Murden Marion lIIand I r shot her twice in the breast and- 5ohce1k1 iii the back as hetturnec ltriJl if 3fr Is from him She died In a few hours Eight years ago Love shot Miss Nora Miller to whom t was engaged She recovered Love has been permitted to live in too long and the quicker hisa neck is stretched the bettei the country i The Somerset Journal was yearsVqlfl Tuesday the 8th inst It has been Democratic from the start and notwithstanding it Is published in the largest Republican county in the State it has prospered from its issue Mr Woods on May edited the paper since the a death of Mr Campbell proving himself to be a capable newspa er man By the wav Mr May a probable candidate for the Democrat nomination for Clerk the Court of Appeals and the selection of him would make a strong candidate There is not a doubt in tie minds of the people as fileS guilt ofMrs Gudahy the Kan sas City Society woman whose r escapades with banker JereLillis were reported last week At the time the affair carne to light the sympathy of the whole country was with Mr Cudahy not withstanding he tied and slashed the despoiler of his home ina horrible manner Now comes the report that a reconciliation will be brought about and that Mr and Mrs Cudahy will again live together If that is a fact sympathy for the husband will vanish Some paper in the i State are making great deal of noise f be cause the Legislaturefaile k to Pass certain neaiiresk xclaymi r that the Democratic party will b the loser It is Impossible for J g ti e body to please every Mw r+ zt ji I r body Jf we could have had our way some bills that were rejected would have been passed but because we did not get our desire the matter does not make us l ny lessa Democrat When the next State ticket is put out we will stamp under the rost lamI let our vote go gallagah and we believe all other good Democrats will do likewise v PjcKett The health oi this neighbor hood is very good at present- W VJ G BckettJ and Geo Sow se ltIISome tobacco plants reported up If they all come good from the number of beds burned there will be lots of them in this sed tion lMrsEd WhiiSpck of Bliss vas tatG W Dudley was in Colum bis last Monday on business G W rWhitlbck returned from Texas and Oklahoma a few days ago where he had been oila prospecting trip MrsV J A Whitlock of Fry jS v visiting her son Ed of Bliss Rev J vA Johnson filled hjsi regular appointment at Pickett chapel Sunday f Mary Alice Jickett of the fi W T S was at home tSaturday and Sunday v Mrs Tom Franklin Has Q1efn very sick withfever but isvmucfc better now j Our next quarterly meeting oilwillthe second Saturday and Sunday The people are moving Tong ljgell with their farm pork in jthis section t i1 LEiveOt wx IttttM i cewarllY deft f i iq tl c Have the Exclusive Agency for rWe y Oliver Chilled Plow 0 K Stoves and Ranges Majestic Ranges Columbus Wagons L H W PaintsG- uarautced1401rcrcelkt pre Ve Want X7 9tf f4Talk to you about Buggies Wag= iQrjs Plows Stovesartd Ranges L fI 8i+ F H o JOJ v We have the best Line of BUGGIES ever handled in to this section of the State If you expect to buy a Ve = hide this spring and want a good one it will be to Pricesyourbefore buying Wbought tosell r I r 0l== i C We have rjust received a car load of the Celebrated 0Columbus Wagons Manufactured by the Interna= 0tional Harvester Co Every piece of material that Agoes into this Wagon IS Guaranteed WW 0t t iNOur stc of Stoves and Ranges jrieih L test tPatterns We also carry a oclda jt fhe9 0Utensils i i AYyyG i tWe are Agents for the Oliver Chilled Plow the Origin = al and Only Qenuinfe Chilled Plow made RecognizedY by Practical Farmers throughout the United States as the best Plow on Earth r v j 0We invite you to visit our StoreSpfqII ot keed Hardware Co Rtiasell Building j I O ti 49J OO oo4HH4- r O U s t t y 0 ir i m s IiI pi jI t 4 THE AUATR COUNTY NEWS tVYy innt w 4 PERSONAL lt JUUUt Mrs L C Hurt and Miss Ursula Koelsch have formed Va partners hiT in the millinery business and wilt occupy apartments in Russell Qos store These Iadte have been intheCincin- Bati market for the past two weeks returning to this pface last Wednesday r morning They bought extensively and will be ready to please the trade I Mr A G Norris was here a few t iays ago Mr James Garnett spent a few days im Frankfort last veek On his return GarlBettIandCampbellsville Mr Lisle Jackson3of Holden Mo a friend of Miss Eliza Gibbs Music teach I er in the Lindsey Wilson spent several days in Columbia last week Mr John Lee Walker and Miss Louise Hancock I and Miss Gibbs met Mr Jackson in 1 Campbellsvillegandaccompained him to this city Mr Frank Sinclair was in the market several days of last week iMr S C Neat was laid up last week suffering with a boil on his neck One f ef his children was also sick takingLsome needed rest and will be out of the V First National Bank for about four weeks Mr G P Smythe is filling his 1 place at tie bank during nis absence i Mr W L Walker and wife left Mon day morning for Cincinnati and will be in the market all this week I We are glad to state that MrsJ J Biggs who has been very ill is able tot be out again Mr Jo Coffey Jr who has been in Indiana for the past four weeks re turned home Monday Mrs Coffey r met her husband in Campbellsville where she had been visiting her moth er for a few days LI Mesdamea Bassett who have been vifSitin in Ohio returned home last I J Friday I Mr and Mrs Titus Mercer earned I their Uile sun to louisville k st week I andt his tJHa removed He had bei a mvat urferer for several weeks t He io jv ciLOUt wtlL Mr R H Durham who has been suffering ith rheumatism for the past six weeks left Monday for Martins yule Ind and will try the curative powaB feiJf the spring at this well kflowii tport His many friends here hope thaihe will be restored BreedIliving in Malone Texas for the past nine years is visiting at his old home Mr E W5 Reed who has been a victim of rheumatism fox several years left for Martinsyille Ind Monday He will be absent several weeks His many friends hope that piss JlY at the cele brated watering place will be bene ficial Mr Luther Williams is in Louisville this week purchasing goods for his Montpelier store x was1herer leave on an extended visit for Glebutne Texas this Wednesday morning Mrs Lou W Atkins who spent the winter in Pensacola Fla returned home Saturday night Her daughter Miss Mabel will not return until the latter part of May being engaged in teaching a class in music h Miss Julia Eubank who has been in Lousville for several weeks selecting millinery ipr Mrs Atkins returned Saturday night Miss Hattie Bradshaw has returned home after a pleasant visit with her sister at Montpelier Judge Junius Hancock will return from a visit to Frankfort today Mr James Garnrtt is on a business trip to several points in Texas Will be absent two weeks ADDITIONAL LOCALS ClosingOutI weVrWillSdise at reduced prIc sin many instances less than Cost I y In view of the fact that we will be basked many questions in regard to our reasons etc will say that weare at present undecided what our future wishingIclose outat any time our entire stock including house and lot fixtures etc This is a good stand and we have done a good business during the last seven years we have been here which we owe largely to ourmany friends who have stood by us all along to whom we EI extend a special invitation to call and see the many bargains we are going to offer i All goods we sell from now on will J e forcash or produce or ylo parties dhatW11HpaY When we call onthem t is rrcv i1 i i YJ and tdoffteriB who ecureu Jn foma way Sp ccine on and gist jour share of tBeee bargaingoods 174t Very Respectfully f Nell Nell Gradyville Ky J here is aJargain For You f Daily Courier Journal fey mail three months and The Adair County News lone year both for only 175 The price o daily Courier Journal is 6 year 1 60 for three months We hae made a special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper and ours during January February and March only at the price for both named above Send in your subscription at once and keep posted on the proceedings of Legislature Sunday Courier Journalnot included in this offer Send 50 cents additional if Sunday issue is desired Weekly Courier Journal is just as good as it ever was We can furnish thv Weekly and our paper both for one year for 150 Mr E A McKinley will grind for all who wish every Saturday at hismill near Craycraft 154m For Sale Black Jack7 years old 14 J hands poven breeder Bay Stallion 5 years old 16J hands good breeder Cause for selling I have gone into merchandise business J H Womack Russell Springs Ky To the Farmers and stock raises of Adair and adjoining counties I am at the same old stand with two good horses and two good Jacks My Jacks have proved themselves extra breeders One six the other seven dollars to in sure a live colt Black Diamond has proved himself an extra breeder nine tenths of his colts natural gaited fine willlbut not least come Red Bird Jr which LexlngIj colte Red Bird was by Jo Brown he by old Lexington first d mEmma Hen jsfln second Dexter He by old Lex ington second grand dam Wallace r4if ier nriesaddlp mare her darn old Elas Ibe enough and good enough to see him admire him He is 16 hand high pe1fectI pH J == o = = = BLAME gOOdlilInsurance and a it the of you the Kincl tZS3 M Henson of Danville who is a horse and and who is ac quainted with the fine grass horses pronounced Red Bird the best fore handed horse ever saw Take it for what it is and come to see for yourself thanks for past favors and future ones l Solomon McFarland 5iFOXESWANTED Keel and Grey J50 to 50 to 100 Goons 75to 123 And W T HODGEN IBox2Campbillsville Iy LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest on Live Stock Shipping steer 500550 steers4OO4OFat heifers andcows 325375 Cutters 325375 Canners1OO225Bulls Feeders Jv 375425 Stockers f 350400 Choice milch cows 35001500I Common to fair c IhOGSChoice 160 to 200 i i 1100 Mediums 130 to t 10 5- 0Pigs870j935Roughs n i V 1030 SHEEP AND LAMBS lambsi 575- 675Culls340oFat sheep K ix 350425 =ColumbiaMarket v POULTRY Eggs V5 Trukeysvj eo i 16 Chickens 12r Ducks ii i v GRAIN V f 1J Wheat hi 125 i i v 90 Creelsboro Weare having soirie rainy jijJ t iiJ J t 1 iU jf tbgt Ma Tilfprd petty of Inroad i y p was m town W d esday tfi Miss Dollie Allen has returned home accompanied by her cousin Miss Umma B1ackwhmeais tb spend a few weeks with her it have preachingre oiice a month Rev J F Black preaches every second Sunday rv v j r t Mr Gordon Thurstoii pilot on Str1 Rowena took supper with his parents other night There was a surprise birthdays ac home of Mr R M BJacls 0h the of March given inghonor of his sixtyfifth birthday The people of this community have been ffardeninff quite a lot n last few days Eggs are 12J cents a dozen now but guess the people will eat most of their instead of selling them STbm Thurst n is very low at this writing travelingIsalesman was calling on our merchants last Monday Miss Nonie Miller and sister Mrs Minnie Ramsey were in town shopping Monday Mrs A A Clayton called Mrs W M Tues MrsT M Heath of Seim was in town f day ealHag on our dejitist W B Armstrong i fJviss Pearl Armstrong has re turned to her school at Burks yule IDr J E Busterarid his daugli rOOm ThE 1EN 4 uiYqu can examine Companies you can Candle Eggs Q- g but after all best to demand kind Insurance that is good all time MURRELL MILLER Columbia Ky fil Sell That Si32ZSK 3C8f Hr38Gf Ky Jack dealer Blue Jr he worth Many solicited 184t Foxes Squirrals50Express Quotations CATTLE Beef s 165j Best V 8 a Corn We here U the the the 9th the eggs on Higgmbottom day isnt know ter Mrs Nellie Bledsoej were visiting eir relatives atGrpcus last week Mrs Etta Morgan of this place was visiting her sisters on Cro cus Tuesday V r R sell pr JSMrs Miller wife of Mr Clay born Miller died very suddenly Thursday morning of heart failure j Mrs Frank W eisj very sick at this writing Bro Grider filled his regular appointment here Sunday morn ing and in the afternoon baptized Miss Pearl Gaskins MrH G Rexroat has taken a OrphansiHomevsin Louisville to raise IMrs Ermine Clemmons Wilson visitedL very poor health home of Mr Dud Acre IThe to be the center of attraction just now as he is removing his first chicks of the season from his incubator Mi Sylvanus Wilson and wife i accompanied by Mrs Ermine Wilson left Sunday by the way of Mooreland en route for Cin fcirinati L At this writing Mrs Wm Vaughan is some better Mr john Phelps of Jamestown visited his daughter Mr Chas Winlrey Friday ti L L Rounds ilfsodh bev remoddlitiff of the Jwuse Ier x y iti1 i i 1 E l fl 7 I j t AREvolTm1NGr DILD OR REPAIR it ttJI Cf i If so we can furnish anything you mayI tJfrl i tt need inr rough or dressed LumberR of= L ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns W of every description Our stock of Siding j 1 Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould 9 jingis manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best fi assorted stock of Finishing Material of any firm in this section of the State t Phone 44 A rSANDUSKY caMPANYt oij COLUMBIA KENTUCKY e X of Mrs Ermine Wilson Mr and Mrs John Payne will leave today for Liberty where Mr Payne will visit his people while Mrs Payne is in the city purchasing her stock of Spring millinery The pupils of Mrs Rounds ass sted by Mr Jas Popplewell exprission vili give a recital at the R S A on Wednesday night March 30th Miss Mollie Sullivan and Miss JBhalps of Jan stQ Vnlvere in our townFriday and visited th- eRSA hisfMrs Tmj WnsjsqU sick A large gathering met at theJ home of Mr Flem Carters the Lith tp celebrate his 100th bfhda He had one s st- etere over 90 years old fKniny The we thrup to this time- hasbeen ideal for March and the farmers have made good use of sanieo j It is reported that the Rev Fieldori CKapple has a genuine case of smallpox near this place The health of this section is not very good at this time a good lot of fever of different kinds btft none fatal Messrs G W Peterson and G A Puyear of Mannsville were in this section one day last week Happy Virgil Grissom was fo see our merchants one day last week Virge never fails to come to see us rlr1rs G R Feese Mrs Della Watson and Miss Lettie Feese spent last Saturday night at iAi C Wheelers tMr J D Absher was in our J town last Saturday Mrs Lyda Perkins moved from CampbellsvilleVto o this plac Sat urday The Northern Poultry Egg Co will place a branch house at this place in the near future Sandford Mann of Mannsville passed through here one day last we ken ronte to Columbia The Sunday school at this place sis progressing nicely under the management of M sW L Russell The few pretty day have caused some people to plant some gar den stuff for Mr Frost Died at his fathers near this place M rcli 8 Mr Charles Pen dleton with consumption He was a son of Ji H Pendleton Mr RobtB Wheeler a son of A C Wheeler S tnTied in Illinois the first day o March iti Mi s Maggie temper 1fji ScIAf cc I SAY FARMERS I I LOOK OVERI Your old Corn Drills and other Ma= I chinery and see what repairs you need I this Spring The Drill Companies 4 have discontinued commission repairs- so get your repaiir order in now so as i to save t Express Charges When you brf0gn your Repair Order don t forget to look at our immense stock of Corn brills Manure Spreadt k ers Binders Mowers l I HaFrpw Cultivators and generaMinie of Farm Supplies of every character EIITIlE tJEFFRIES HARDWARE = = i r iG a ro 3 B ron Rythmic 1 I 1 I NO 47139 Irl iJI Home Columbia KentucKy J t J Standard and Registered Vol No 18 1 BARON RYTHMIC is a brown stallion 15 hands high 3yearsold absolutely sQund with the Iful of eyes feet and legs He is a horse of wonder substance and finish in fact he has all of the qual ifications of a highclassed harness horse and beyond f 1 a doubt is one of the best bred ones that ever made f iv his appearance in this section of1 the State as is shown in his breeding below BARON RYTHMIC 47139 by Rythmic 4163GSI record 206f ef 4 including Rythmic Bel 215f and Mamie the Heiress 219J Rythmic by Oakland Baron 31586 record 209J Oakland Baron by Baron 4758 record 218 he by the renowned George 1Wilkes BARON RYTHMICS dam the Cloudless 18000 with a record of 207 at a 4year 1ionly harness horse in the history of the world that ever sold for 125000 Anon by tioneer Arions dam Manette by Nutwood The i1 less dam Cloudlet is the dam of Wardena 224J ElecI the dam of Reamer Boy 2291 t Rythmic during the season of 1902 was the winner of 7 races amounting to 21850 BARON RYTHMIC is an elegant individual u I lJpuregaited and very speedy BARON RYTHMIC has never been handled on the track but has been worked on the road and can step a 240 clip and the road never gets too long or rough for him 1 BARON RYTHMIC will be permitted to serve number of approved mares at the training W E Bradshaw on Burksville Street for 1stableof 1500 Money due when colt is foaled orof 1 mare or removed from community All care will be taken to preyentaccidentSj will not be responsibleshpuld any occur C butI LLEE S SMITH Columbia I8IjNIII lIlia ilI81J It T I i fffI t r L i c l it qioi t3EADAIR COUNTY NEWSkdA i T l It 7S 7tS KIif7ISt I71 I1I frK7 HUBUCH BROS 1 WELIENDORFF iVr ii tINCORPORATED7K I v Successors s to fiubbuch Bros An u a U Old Firm in a New Garb I i We are the some people as strong as ever before The same 5 strong management the same reliable business methods are the pila- rs of all our transactions Yourneeds inIK ii 7f CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FINE WALL r PAPER v v r V Vr tWillbe taken care of in the conscientious manner ass ever before J 7i JK I HUBBUCH BROS c WELLENDORFF VE 1 j LOUISVILLE KYJ1It 522522 W MARKET STV i Dehlei Bros 116 E market St Set 1st Brook o uotVsville Itentaeky Get Our ve Quota tlon- O LLWOOD j + FENCE Before = you buy We+ Will save tyouMONEY iIRON i t HARDW Pres J COCKE Pres DIETZMAN 1 T iyne Mill Supply Co 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 VIILiIiW1 IGflTS mFlcfilftlTS L 1 DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS MLSI GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1130J mIR TEENTflMIHN LOUISUILLe SMOKESTACKS i Sheet Iron and Tank Work Y JOBBING WORK SOLICITED of cos 1 s BLINDS fiA bWB E Wit e Guns MaTE IgIt Telephone 2167Both Phones U Sec ESTABLISHED I SAW I IAll Kinds Machinery Repaired II u w 6OP4Ao m r lf Gutleiy WaGON W i il1Mouldmgss Porch Material a v iInterior J sa HouseySouthIfSend your orders to us for prompt shipment o and good goods U We appreciate them jE 1o HUGHES CO 211215 E Main street isINCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY E I Fifth Avenue HotelE jif PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 71111 l 71Js J modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu C J7J d lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale lM i Theaters and Retail Districts Churches an di tlrJFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSf BEETS 7NIi E Louisvilles e Kentucky Il I The Adair County News and Cou ie urnalT iloth One Year for 150 1 1 l = hC i t jJ4 t Ella l t1i The health of this community is very good at this writing We are having some pretty weather and the farmers are making good useof it beeVn burned in thiscommunity Wheat looks very promising in this community x Rufvu s Neat on the 3rd a girl Mr L P Bottom of Russell Springs visitedfrelatives in this neighborhood last Saturday and Sunday Mr J B Abrell bought one Prince not known Mrs Sarah Abrell was visit ing Mrs May Piles one day lastI week Mrs Maud Tarter of Casey county is visiting iends in this community Dr Derr man who has been confined to his room for sometime is able to be out again We outsMaat tie were visiting Mrs Sarah Abrell last Monday Mr J W Hurt of Golnmbia was visiting at J B Abrells last Tuesday night Miss Pearl Williams visited her onelnIghtAunt Sopha Smiley who has been quite sick for sometime is better at this writing Mr Johnnie Beard of Neats burg was here one day last week rThe Longstreet health of this commuriitys is very good at present Wheat is looking fine now in some parts maybe this will be a good wheat year prepIarations March the worst month of the year v noiseIthey will be looking through rc some morning Born to the wife of E X Wade a fine son J S Wade traded a mare to oe Tarfer for a span of mules IfES Wade for 60 G C Brown has been aki 1gIE 1stsingIingday night F M Wilson will teach ourI at Clear Spring this year Wilson is a successful teacher v J W Bradley our merchant is doinggood business Rev W N Coffey and wr were the guest of their dough Thursdavnight H HFoley is dealing in poul try GenerallAssembly pass the county unit bill an go home the prosperity of the state will soon be revived B tthe extravagant expenditures being made will soon sink the state into an endless eternity i There appeared in the Inland NarmtenblMr J S W deliea d ed thus 4a The RollGtllOf Stake f that letter Mr W gave a mostin de tarledex p4f lJlfktp01 tented Formula which most people were actually chiseled out of their money which they had earned by hard labor And the stuff proved by anyalysis to be just about half as good as the manufactured fertilizer Those who bit at the bait are now reap ing their reward w uEYSeveral fromthis place were in Columbia County Court day Mrs Margaret Bennett who makes her home with Mrs R W Hurt has been very sick for the past week Mr Leslie Allen of Bessemert Ala visited his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Allen at thisplace several days of last week Brack Gain of Bliss was at this place last week buying cattle Mesdames Tenriie DoKoney Helen Willis and Susie Morrison visited Mrs Jennie Johnson Friday of last week Mrs Jasper Gadberry who has been very ill is no better at this wrItIngiMr and Mrs Sam Allen visit COIlumbia attendIled Little Miss Ester Dohsney of near Columbia spent last week IJOIhoneyMr Jack Stotts of Bliss made a business trip to this place last Tuesday Mr and Mrs X Loy of Creelsboro visited Mr and Mrs James Frankum at this place last Sunday and Monday Ashland III Editor News I will give a history of my tri I left Campbellsville at six oclock a m February 28th We arrived at Lebanon too late for hadeto layover there till 7 p m We arrived in Louisville at 10 We got to Ashland at 1125 p mIThis is a fine country The land is very rich Some corn to shuck yet Corn is 60 cents per bushel The man I am working for said that he gathered 95 bushi of corn per acre and 35 bushels of wheat per acre VIe are having fine weather land farmers are getting busy s Work is plentiful here sing n get from 250 up There is not a Negro in this county c Will writo more next time Jasper Doss R F D No3 feSaved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in toyiJ 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 130 pounds Then I began to use DrKing s New Discovery which completely poundsda Hemorrhage and lung trouble its su and 1 00 Trial bottle free PGuargnteed by Paull Drug Co Theodore Roosevelt is to be offered the presidency of the ex position which is to be held iH ew Orleans to celebrate the opening of the Panama ekposi J t P F Fairplay v i mmf r s Our farmers are taking advan tape ofthe nice weather and are preparing for a large corn crop Wheat is looking better since the warm days have come MrH S Gee representing the Belknap Hardware Co was calling on our merchants one day last week Misses Venia and Lena Tur ner of Inroad visited their sis ter Mrs Finis Harvey near this place last week Mr Bobt McCaffree of Co lumbia was here one day last week James Lewis of L WIT IMr at home last Saturday and Sunday V Sullivan passed through here last Thursday Miss Annie Strange of Dirigo and Miss Rosa Sparks were the guests of Miss Pearl Lewis Thursday Mr Barlow representing Stratton Terstege Co was here Wednesday x Several of our farmers are selling all their hogs they get a good price becauseI Well what will they do ne tyearI RIJE Strange W B Yates Lee aIIIbia Thursday Rev James Black filled his regular appointment at Concord- the third Sunday in last month with a very able discourse Mrs John Darnall visited Mrs Jasper Gadberry ThursdayI Begin to save up your eggs for Easter enIRepresentative Government in Kentucky is seriously threatened when it comes to a point that session after session various beptray the sacred trust reposed in them Many wellinformed peo pIe now contend that representa tive government is a failure and it must be admitted that the present session of the Legisla argumentiThe condition that confronts us is of the graveSt nature and minimizingIno means traitjIissue Statewide prohibition It is merely a question of the prac theepeoplesimply and solely the question whether the people can actually rule or must beruledIbjr a set of men elected ballot and SInce marked with the brand of Judas Todd County JTunes I A rectifier was appointed at Chattanooga Tenn for the Great Southern Agency Compay ny an insurance corporation operating in several Southern States whose affairs have re cently been in the counts Prosecutor Garven of Hudson county New Jersey has asked theState supreme court to com pel the big beef companies to bring their minutes of directors meetings within the jurisdiction of New Jersey The Baaeett Hardwood Lumber Coil now reedy ta receive hickory logs or lu biaLi s5 vs r b N 1ime a dFIn effect Monday Dec 31 1008 SOUTH BOUND LsapxoNVo j pmNoamNoatrNopmVopm NORTH BOUND fBAiN Lv LEBAONAn LOUISVILLE 024548 am 750 am 078732 am 1015rim 028 430 pm 655 1022 pmIf DmdoamNos WILId ORE HOTEL w NI WIlJ1V10 e Prop tf FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGEfHJYVILLe K- YCrenshawS D IVETERINARY SURGEON I Special Attnetin t Ejes surgicalwell fixed to take care of stock Mon kIfrom stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40i Js James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKI IIDr G S Bunbar Dentist FRONT ROOMS IN 1JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone Attone yAtLaw fl Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky ntHunn1l 1truTanis cne ot w7 artA of tkrfr atJJo noomej tza waipUdty TleDaIrc D1R JInooI Fattbnnata- abscrh thU otbet ta ict talui x 0 ll1 tuhcrlpdcmu munlnrj eott 50 Cents IIa4 r cent fvnrpnbresbrgstIlea Pa fIfO t i Ifnt WaatPaticrntCatalcea 1 nloath de rN tad ltctum CtdOf1l sbofnt posmstU7- traaiia UeCAU CO w The Adair County News II And COurierJourn l One YearForc 150 iA 1 Daily CourierJournal 0Three MonthsV And The News 175 SUbscriBe Now i r T j i THECADAIR COUNTY NEWS iv sromrnnn Nervous Womenv dui CarCardui cally on the female organs and has a tonic bUilding effect on the whole system It contains no harmful ingredients being a pure vegetable extract If Yo i Carduirat once and give it a fair triaL l TAKE CARDUIJ35 It Will Help You Mrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui and writes Ithink Cardui is just grand I have been usiip it for eleven years I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman since nave been taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains nervousness and sleeplessness but now the are all gone and I sleep good I highly recommend Cardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Pellham Farmers are very busy break idg corn ground March is here and its time for people to get to work Mrs W T McFarland and daughter were visiting relatives near Cane Valley a few days of last week Mrs Nonie Dohoney is ifnprov ing slowly at thiswriting Little Mary Page spent Satur day night and unday with Mis Bertha and Lena McFarland Mrs John McFarland who has been sick for sometime is better at this writing The people of this place were verysorry to hear of Mr John J Biggs death J Miss Annie and Alizie Hood spent last Sunday with Miss Lena and Nonie McFarland Mrs Solomon McFarland and son were visiting her sister last weekMr W T McFarland an brother made a business trip to d Rowena last week Mr Leslie McFarland spent Saturday night and Sunday with Hr John Biggs of Carmel neigh borhood e Little Cleo Bault who was sick for a few days is better It seem that every body has a very severe cold Holmes C H Jones of Hovious spent one night last week at the home of his brother of this place He was on his way to deliver his crop of tobacco to Dudgeon and son of Coburg W A Corbin bought ten barrel of corn from R W Fault barrelLisame price Mrs Ann Humphrey wife of James Humphrey near Plum Point is sick at this writing Several from near here left for Illinois last Monday morning Miss Julia Nance and sister of ff Wilson Creek Taylor county piassed through here last week 4 on their way to visit relatives dear Absher ff J S Beard merchant at this K place was in Louisville a few Allays ago ilr Dr Dave Bice this place visit ed his daughter Mr G CRus sell near Plum Point Saturday MisslMaryJaneJones visited at thee home of her grand parents Atitf A kiIL Mr and Mrs S H Jones Satur day night and Sundart Some intentions of early gar dening in this vicinity begin ning to hunt and pick out seed beans and talk gardens but guess if the plant them they will get them nipped in the bud be fore this month is gone H Allen and C Whitney two timber men wlo have been running rafts down Green from above Neatsburg to Bluff Boomhd a raft of logs to break isn landin one piece just down the river below here and the othe drifted on above the Green river bridge where it lodged and they got them together again- SParkesvllle Born to the wife of VanisMc 1 Ginnis Feb 26th a boy Died on the 28th Mr Mack Coomer of pneumonia Hi funeral was preached by Rev H T Jesse and his remains laid to rest in the Antioch cemetery bereavedd ones weep not for your loss is hi gain He has gone with Christ to reign T F Curry bought two mules from Sam Breeding for 200 There are several fields of wheat in this community that look very promising A little boy of Rig Janes is very sick at this writing Mr Lis Coomer of Basil was visiting relatives at this place last week L Akin bought two mules from Mr po Shirley for 180 ErF Rowe is confined to hi bed with fever Mrs Jane Wilson is visiting relatives in Green county Died on the 23th at her late home in Casey county MrsRosaI Murphy the beloved wife of Mr Dunk Murphy and a daughter of Mrs Bettie Yarberry this place She has been sick for several months but bore her affliction with christion fortitude She leaves a husband two children ODE1brother end friends to mourn her loss Her remains were conveyed to this place and her funeral preach ed by Rev HT Jessee and she was laid to rest by the side of her father who preceeded her to the grave 4 years ago J J Stotts is on the sick list Rev Payne filled his regular appointment at Antioch Sunday Little Pauline Breeding spent Wednesday mghV with her aunt Hattie Rose c f Irvins StoreI lOur farmers arebusy plowing William Swanson is not done gathering corn J T Wilson and wife of Fairview visited at Mr Wesley Wil sons Sunday f V Herschel Dunbar is in Louis ville this week buying goods Londo Meece bought a cow and calf of George Gadberry for 35 i Alva Bowmar of Catherine was here Saturday and Sunday with his uncle Dr Hammondr Grady the little son of Dr Hammondspent last week with his grand parents Mr and Mrs Jonas Hammond Gloom was cast thick and dark over our community when it was known that R P Smith had breathed his last While his rela tives and near neighborsexpect ed this at any moment but many did not know he was so near the end of a life once so full of pro mise He has been our merch ant for a number of years ha been very succussful until his health began to fail and was unusually well liked by all He be longed to F and A M by which Fraternity he was laid to test at Friendship Church Another good man is gonea good wife is childrred left orphans but well pro vided for Truly it is said man cometh forth like a flower but is cut down rMay the God of mercy help the aged widowed mother the loving wife and brothers to bear the burden of sorrow placed upon them by the grim reaper who will sooner or later call us all lilt Weeds We are having fine weather and our farmers are putting in their time preparing for crops Mr and Mrs W L Fletcher spent Saturday and Sunday in visitIGMiss Sarah Moore of Grady yule spent Sunday night wit her uncle Mr J L Moore Amos the little son of Mr and Mrs Warren Moore is quite sic with dropsy at this writing Mr Haden Keltner informed your reporter that he was at worknear an apple tree one day last week and noticed something red in the tree Upon examina I tion he found it to bea nice large red apple perfectly sound allswinter Mr and Mrs Charlie Sparks were visiting Mr and Mrs Wil lie Cole Thursday night Mr Porter FloWers of Grady ville spent Thursday night at George Coles Mr J L Moore who has been confined to his room for several days is Better at this writing Messrs J H and Otho Mo9 e were in Columbia Tuesday The people in this community will organize a Sunday School at Big Creek nextSunday Mr Mitchell Denney has re moved to his fatherinlaws Mr Peter Cumpton at Basil and is in a critical condition at this writing r LYt NIIJ f EL Hamilton was in Colum bia Wednesday Mr Joe Hunter Grady yille visited his little son Tueftf yi lt F Misses Sid and Blanche Walker who are attending school at Columbia were at home from Friday until Monday with their parents Ruth Holladay is visiting rela tives at Gradyville this week Mrs Mary Bell visited at A CPulliams and DKinnairdslast Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ray Walker En tertained several of the young folks last Sunday at their home Mr Bob Simpsom and wife visited the later s parents last Sunday D W Kinnaird and son made a trip to Columbia Tuesday Messrs S R Walker G E Hamilton A C Pulliam D W Kinnaird and Jim Jessee will soon be connected with out side world with telephone lines We are having very pretty weather now it looks like Spring v Several of the women here called on Mrs G E Hamilton Wednesday evening They are newdMr J D Walker stayed all night not long ago with his sis Mrs Lizzie Pulliam rter Helm IWeare having some beautiful weather at present Mr JE Wooldridge and family of this place started for Belle Plains Kansas March 1st to make it their future home May each of their undertakings prove a success They will be greatly missed by their many friendsMiss Nora Blankenship of this SunIdayher sister Mrs R A Ham near iHyattesville Mr Dalton a traveling sales man of Knoxville Tenn was calling on our merchants one day last week IMiss Lizzie Oldham is visiting her sister Mrs J B Foley near weekhMessrs Alvin Corbin Winfield and Fred Knight left on the Str forkBelle Plains Kansas The news reached this place last Tuesday stating that Dr Clay Jackman of New Mexico was dead The remains will be brought back to his old home near Creelsborp for burial He died on the 24th of ult A little child of Woodie Dyke is very sick at this writing The sale ofJ E Wooldridge on the 26th ult was largely at tended Miss Ghoul Helm was the pleasant guest of Miss Maggie Wooldridge last Wednesday night a Miss Lily Smith of this place who has been treated for catarrh of the throat in Louisville has returned home and is getting along nicely Mr L Caihoiinof Esto was in our midst last week buying fur J I II The roads areizia very bad condition through this sectionI An Awful Eruption fa 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 boil ulcersl or fever sores are soon heated b it Biast for Burns CutlBruallMj Sort Lips Chapped Hands ChiIblaiDaand Piles It gfivee iMtamt relief 25c at Paul Drug Co I f J l bi i t e 9C 1 i WEEKLY 1 i OQURIERuJOURNfL I 0 HENRY WATTERSON EditorIe Isa National Newspaper I IfearI ANDTK ADAIR COUNTY NE tiS 1 o IBOTH ONE YEARlI I 4 i i b t if you will give or send your order to papernot to the Courier Journal thHI Daily J CourierJournal Yr GIOO Isunda ti CPll ier Journal r S200 1 can give you a combination cut IWen Daily or Sunday if you will t writetOO liiri f vVJ PA 0 e iX e ifRANK CORCORAN f litgh Grade Marble Granite c e J1 teIwork See US before of you bUY 1 4 Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and o adjoining counties Main Street lebanon Ky 4- c ILUIw I 7i ru NOTHINGii In- w win viList Your Property 71C WITH3r55G Paul Smythe Lawyer 1fE w vi REkLESTATE AGENT n m Kyu JL I n if youiwish to Buy or Sell call on Him FR ic Office in GarnettlBuiding over Post Office m v i Town Property and Farm Lands For Sale nC i mw 7iC- v V 11MX MX MX MX MX MX NIX MX vVlVIVwvVI l IL 1 1 7i 7 1 7j 7i1 171 1 7i iffi ii m- BUILDIMO i bJ J + 11 I f If you want to Build or Repair f See our Stock of Rough and 4 Dressed Lumber We can fill v Your Order on SHORT NOTICE r Custom Work a Specialty GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN 1 Columbia Kentucky PHONES Hiir f9 F Res 324 323 and 59 A s THE ADAirCOBNTYNEWSONE DOLLAR A YEAR rsi I r SI8r f1FtE ADAH CW TTYN y t s V Gradyville I Our farmers report that their JVviobacco plants are coming up JH Smith bought a nice bunch i of hogsfrom DrL C Nell last week Price not known V Mr C H Yates bought last week from GB Yates a nice young mule for 170 tlTe have a very interesting t Sundays School at Union with good attendance Wemeet every Sunday morning at10 oclock Rev T L Hulse Presiding r Elder filled the pulpit at the Methodistchurch in our city last Sunday night and delivered an interesting discourse We are all glad for the opportunity to hear Brother Hulse preach Mr Lisle Jackson of Holden Mowas the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Diddle of our city a day or so last week rt Miss Mary Annie Hunter and Miss Mable Hindman two of our young ladies who are in school a- tE Columbia spent a day or so at their homes at this place last weekMr Strong Hill one of our well know business men bought a fine span of grey ponies in Columbia r last Monday Your reporter did not learn the price but from their appearance we take it that the price was some thing less than 200 Mr Hill has a large yoke of work oxen for sale worth the price that he asks Messrs John Lowe and P V Grissom two popular drummers of Columbia were shaking hands with our merchants one day last week and as usual had a good businessRev R Crawford of Co lumbla filled his regular appoint ment at Union last Saturday and Sunday His discourse was very interesting Mr E V Thompson of Three Springs spent a day or so in our midst last week winding up his outstanding business in this com munity Mr Thompson inform ed us that his family was well pleased with the community in which they reside Mr Thornp son makes it a point to call and see us when he makes a visit to this section Mr Samuel Baker one of our uptodate farmers and black smith informed your reporter i that he could cure any case of f fistula on any horse if the case Wcs brought to him in time Mr A Wv Tarter of Columbia spent several days last week on his farm near this place and informed u s that he had just r closed a deal buying the heirs of his fathers farm This deal I certainly puts Mr Tarter in possession of one of the finest bodies of timbered land in this section ofcountry Mr Tarters intention we understand is to have a mill in here and have this tit rber cut and sawed for the market J AJ1 j Disappointment f- Krii The health of this community i is presentrf From the looks of the wheats crops in this community most 01 jus will have to eat hoecake next yearThere wasaSunday School or ganized afc this place last Sunday afternoon with Mr Ct S Walkup is Superintendent Lets all tendxjind have a good interesting Sunday School The time for mitin Jis 230 in the afternoon t r s s j fi irr K i iJ t f 9Y S ri Bro Nelson filled his regular appointment at Disappointment School House Sunday evening with a very interesting discourse Bro Nelson is also teaching a very interesting class in vocal music every Friday and Satur day nights for a while Mr Cook will build a new storehouse a tGarIin s t hisI Spring Mr E L Feese and family of Columbia were visiting the fami ly of Mr S B Conover Sunday Miss Grace Conover spent last Saturday and Sunday in Colum bia visiting Misses Bersha Tup man and Mary East and attended the James Bros Show Saturday night at the Court House 4 Feiiham Our farmers are done burning plant beds The grip has been in most every family in this community Mr Rhue Squires was visiting on Green River last Saturday Mr and Mrs Clarence Page of Cane Valley were visiting Dr Moores family last Sunday The Dr has been quite sick for some time but is better at this writ ingYour correspondent received a card from Joe Todd and family recently stating that they arriv ed in Kansas City all 0 IC From the looks of wheat in this section there will be scarcely any made While the sun shown bright mold Kentucky a lew days laeL week the farmers were hustling like bees Mr Rhue Squires entered the L W 1s last week Mr John Squires sold eleven nogs last week lor7 cents per poundMiss Cleo Shepherd was visit irfg Miss Annie Hood last weeK Mr Sawney Browning of the L T S was visiting Mr Scott Todd and family last Sunday J P Cundiff was in Greens burg last Saturday Mr Wesley Bennett of Ves ter is visiting Mr Hard Smith who is quite sick with rheumatism Miss Kate B Squires left for the Louisville and Cincinnatti markets last Saturday to lay in her stock of millinery Miss Kate is quile tasty in trimming hats Every body be ready to calland see her stock at Cane Valley Miss Myrtle Squires came in home last week from Taylor f county where she has been teaching a successful class in music Mr Leslie McFarland one of our uptodate farmers and Miss Vergie Ellison were married last Wednesday We wish them much happiness through life Mr Henry Hurt bought the Tom Henry Murray farm last Monday We are proud to have Mr Hurt and his estimable wife in our neighborhood Mr John T Banks bought four yearling mules from Mr John iMcFarland p f this place for 500 Loren Bradley is going tomove his family to G B Smiths place near Columbia better known as the old Triplett place We are sorry to give them up Phede Powell of Miami was IIllzhBob Smttlisl co ned ter- t s 2tHLr i l f VE J J j I 1M1 80 PEM380EJf1 1 Rex Peacock at 700 Q maresDQ JordanPeacock dam by Cromwell Denmark he by old Denmark ill Never before has there a horse made a season at that price that 0 breeds as well as this horse ft GO L Ii This Black MammothJack is 152 WOODII mules than any other Jack of Cane Valley has two of this May that he refused 440 00 for A number of others have sold forWhigh prices We know of 45 mares served last spring by this w 9 that is with foal and 11 good ones that we have not heard from besides U the failures QQnamed stock will make the present season at A 0 M aYoungs barn one mile north of Joppa Q stockw 0 Phone 57 H J I YOUNG BROS Joppa Ky I OB 300E3aE3oa a w0i a- CrFOR THE LANDS SAKE USE BOWKER I FERTILIZER 01 o t I have been selling the Old Bowker Brands for c I past six years and my trade has increased from year to ia and this is evidence to me that the Bowker Fertilizer is theIbest made for this sections I Have s9ldthese goods to farmers allover the County who have thoroughly tested them and willtc1lyou Bowker Fertilizers are 1ing money can buy You may buy goods for less money triedIthat cheap Fertilizers are very dear indeed you come to harvest your crop Remember that Ky Special and Toabcc3 Grower have an extra centage of Potash BowkersI I will be at my old stand in due time for with a full supply of Bowker goods Calland see me get e prices I willalso sell Homestead SOLOMON McKINLEY Columbia Ky I bill 1h n O er n s r room with a sprained ankle Miss Annie Cox who is visit ing Ed Johnson at Columbian is quite sick at this writing Miss Gracie Shepherd and her brother were visiting at Romine last Saturdaynight Loren Bradley andwife were visiting at John Condiffs last Sunday iewellton The health in this community is very goodwith afew exceptions Wheat isjookihg some better The farmers are very busy preparing for corn crops and some gardening has been done Sam the little childof Aaron Blankenship is very sick at this writing B A Lawless is erecting a new barn at this place Mr Lawless is one of Russells best teachers and an excellent young manr H C Rogers merchant left last Friday for Louisville to buy goodst Mrs Elizabeth Rogers who has been confined to her domr for several months is very feeble Mr John Murray our beat- stone mason is erecting himself a new d elhng at this place jThe 4pg ltst Sunday at J m W Iby rife goe x V lr ytJ 1ov j a u Messrs Alvin Oorbin Fred and Winfield Knight left last week for Belle Plains Kansas Joe Carnes sold WJ Thomast one cpwand calf for 33 Joe F Grider bought of Wr J Thomas one pair of mules price 225YElmer Rippetoe Denmark was at Se lIon last week on busi nessjMr Brooks Savage visited his daughter Mrs William Blanken ship last Sunday The most of the togs which were hauled last fall have been rafted and gone to Nashville market Mr Edward George shipped a hogshead of dark tobacco to Louisville market thefirst from this place for a number of years Mrs Fetna Wool dredge visited her son Mr Martin Wboldridg6 last week Collins and Blankenship Who are cutting lumber on the farm of Stanton Wopldridge will soon move their mill to the farm of Robert Murray Mrs Nora Carnes visited Mrs LinnieCarnesIasi week- Mr Frank Blanlrenshn is on the sick J etti i 1 S adaSold e 5Ufe 4tFacing demth from slot and shell in fiakiMtWto J 1thCSlyi1arJT Tthanfacing aid rnp fionCCl contracted a etUbboraco M rs tl tJ Jtfp rrt i I l i t Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH StudebakerBirdsell MilburnCt = =WagbnsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivatorsII Corn Planters OneHorse Corn Drills andI IWill have the greatest and finest display of Kuggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country r dyfor Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements ait any station on the L N R fc Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky I Mail orders promply attended to l rf Ji1tw Z 1U fi11 1 t tO do J Jn 3PI O 40O a 0eo Oovs + + + 000OO at COLUMBIA BOTTLING COMPANY o Columbia UokYt J CONTRACT BOTTLERS My CO GA t My m Cola is made from the Original J Coca Cola formula We also make a j full line of Pops and drinks including t GRAPE CASCADE V v GINGER ALE OO j And the Leading Soda Pops M i j fW r 000 I ENGINE AND e 1 BOILER BARGAINS i- II FOR MILL MEN I f116 H P self Contained good as ewt1i lqO OOr 116 H P Atlas Pickering Ger neatly new j 6000 1 130 H P Plain Portable new Hues new cylinder and I 62500on good wheels I 10 12 14 16 20 H P Traction Engines Standard Iz I makes all rebuilt good as new for rno eymaking260tOO I 12200ICASH OR CREDIT Ito 1 The above machinery ADDRESS was rebuilt at large Indiana shops 1 ca Pbe ISViI Machine and Boiler Worksr Oflejfairers IIjj Engines Boilers and Machinery I See us for Gasoline Engine bargaJni 1 r 1K Ir AG BURREY CaittpbHlsviUe Kyvf Ii I l ri My weight ran down to i30- whk Df 1Ite1 r Wish 17f oct ijrifj AslienttirwNe Ot il Trial bottitrMlh Ha1ac6d iPWt D C0 t 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