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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f c II j 4iu t r r t t IJf t bIfIfi q l I is xa i 1 f I u DJ tmj+ J itftJ1 YOLOMF XKI s COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1910 NUMBER 20 rServices Closed i t A meeting of one weeks duration at the Presbyterian church conducted 4 Colmniiaentire services were well attended and the preaching was strong spiritual and uplifting As a partial result of the Meeting seven from among tile Sunday School pupils were converted and ad pled to the church Brother Crawford d came among us asa comparative stranger k ut during his brief stay he made many friends who follow him with their very best wishes It became necessary for him to close the r meeting sooner than he anticipated bee cause of the condition of his voice The spiritual influence of the meeting will abide in this community for many months to comeTaylor County En t uirerrTo Our Friends i Did you ever realize that the News man never knows anything first PerIhaps you never thought of that fintd out anything is for you to tell us If anything happens that you think would interest you or your friends just tell u er write us about it and you will see it in print and do us a favor that will be greatly appreciated 4 J Notice to Property Holders ft The Court of Appeals has confirmed Bthe absolute right of Boards of Super 7 lsYisors to make raises of property valu ation for taxation according to their own judgment and without recourse tax payer unless proof can be given fraud and corruption The case at issue was that of the Star Milling Cpm any against the Board of Counqilrnen of the city pf Nicholasville on appeal from the Jessamine court the lower tribunal being affirmed The trilling company protested against a raise as being excessive but the court here says Where the party whose assessment is raised is gien due notice of the time and place of the meeting and is granted an opportunity when heard the a c tion of the board is final and conclusive unless it be shown that they acted fraudulently or corruptly x New Goods Mr W L Walker desires to state his patrons and friends that he has Ju returned from the Cincinnati market where he bought an immense stock of goods He will commence receiving this week and an invitation is extended to every body to call at his place of business Mr W T McFarland met with mornIing He was splitting stove wood when t a stick flew up striking him in the left eye He suffered a great deal for a day or two after the accident but at this writing the pain is not so penetrat ing and it is believed that the eye will beaU right in a few days Word from Mr M Cravens who sub f witted to an operation in Louisville about ten days ago reaches here dai- lr pHe is improving rapidly but he w- a not he able to make the trip home for several weeks Mrs Nannie Flowers underwenttoperation in the same city is expected home the last of this week Mrs W J Callison and Mrs T H Curd of Middlesboro report to the News that they are having a delightful time visiting their old Columbia friends They have been the guests at many delightful dinners and friends are doing every thing in their power to maketheir stay in the community ex ceedingly pleasant fI The cut in Young Bros advertisement is not a picture of their horse We have a true cut of their celebrated r horsb which will appear next week The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap tist church will hold an Easter sale It Saturday the 26th of March at W H Wilsons store They will have on hand all the dainties suitable for an Easter dinner such as sandwiches salads potato chips dressed eggs Lit tie pies and big cheese strans jelly candiesbutter pickles etc Also Eater s eggs for the children colored in thee most fantastic manner Come comeallbnd see what we have to offer r wind you will be sure to buy for every y g will be of the best Sr rtredMyers sold a horse anbug- z W Hugh Richardson Thursday or- t 125 Dr 1LE Jopes has just returned ifr Indianapolis Ind where he equip ped himself with modern uptodate kwteiiments and is ready to doall l kinds of veterinary surgery See Im tbtk5 i r r Xar J ridrI f Lodge of I 0 0 Fs Organized Lat Thursday afternoon and evening a lodge of Independent Order of oddf Fellows was organized in this place Dr J F Baugh of Jamestown was commissioned by the Grand Master to start the work and he was assisted by oflJThe work was impressively and satis factorily done the new members eighteen in number being perfectly dE- lighted The lodge as organized em braces twenty names two of whom hay been OddFellows for many years The new lodge will be known as Russell Creeks Lodge No 230 and wil work under a dispensation until th meeting of the Grand Lodge when charter will be granted The following are the names of the officers elected and installed last Thursday night for the ensuing yearpW D Frazier Noble J E Murrell Vice Grand- J R Garnett Secretary J W Flowers Treasurer Tim Cravens Financial Secy J E Flowers R S to N G Fred Hill L S to N Go C S Harris Warden v Geo R Reed Conductor John Lee Walker R S toy G G W Howe L S to V G R K Young R S S John Holladay L S S Jo Sandusky Inside G B Rasner Outside G Edwin Hurt Chaplain The regulaismeetings willbe the firs and third Thursday nights in sac month Runawaysof A few days ago as Mrs Will Todd was leaving town for her home her horse got scared on Greensburg and ran several hundred yards Fortu nately Mrs Todd was not hurt but the scene was exciting Thursday afternoon Miss Tillie Tra bue in company with a little boy was driving down Burkesville street when near the residence of Mr J White her animal started at a rapid gait ran to the Presbytering church the buggy striking a telephone post knocking Miss Tillie to the ground As good luck would have it she too e taped unhurt The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co is now ready to receive hickory logs toor lumber at their mill in Columbia 174t The Adult Bible class of the Presbyterian church is making splendid growth It has already enrolled twenty five members and the interest deepens with each meeting Its door is open to all adults who wish to know more of meetingn is Two interesting games of basket ball were played a t the LindseyWil son last Saturday night The first game was played the Red and Whites young lady teamsattic Re winning The second game was t Town Boys against the L W T S terminating in favor of the former aillnear Craycraft 154m anBev H L Thompson will preach an Easter sermon at Hutchisons Schoolhouse next Sunday at 11 oclock People living in the boundary of the schoolhouse are cordial invited The stock of Wolf ord Bros is before the farmers Read the advertisement inthis issue of the News farmers of this community are IThe tlyin earnest about growing to cCo this year Last Thursday while Rev Frank Turner and Mr W F Flatt were en route to Columbia Toria they counted forty tobacco be canvassed Every body wants Fairbanks Mors Co Engines have them fortliem 192t L B Hurt Agent Ed Means of this county was befo the United States Court Louisville last week charged with selling liquor When the case was called one witness was absent and the case was continued until the October term Lee S Smith is offering the services of Baron Rythmic a standard bred registered trotting horse Read b advertisement s I9r Mr Henry L Bryant and Miss Lula 33pbanan were married last Thursday at the home of the bride near Colu m bia For Sale ttepMrs R ArStcxie 183t MOn j riKY Gr4 jin l piJ h A DEPLORABLE DEATH MrE V Miller a prominent Mer CountyI l t JI JWELLLast Friday morning about 9 oclock after an illness of four days MrE V Miller who was LHessbia closed his eyes in death i 1The deceasedwas about thirty years gentlemananine rDeoplethroughout the county He was a son of the late James P Miller who wasa prominent citizen of Adair county and who was a merchant at Crocus fo many years The deceased wa viltHnof paraly sis of the brain and was sick only fou days being unconscious the most of the time- He was very genial in disposition ever ready to accommodate a friend and his passing is a serious blow to Po0 people in the neighborhood whom h e was at all times ready to help He is survived by a wife and two 0 three children who are almost heart brokn a mother four brothers N B Miller Springfield Mo Bryan Miller Crocus Dr S P and A A Millers residhMrs Henry Miller The funeral services were conducted yintermentground antsym pathy with the surviving members of the family especially with the com panion of his boson to whom he wa wedded four years ago and the little children who are not old enough to real themVhis hand j An Easter Service sThe Sunday School of the Presbyterian church will present a most interesting program of Easter music recita tions etc at the eleven oclock hour next Sabbath There will be an address by the pastor and a special offer ing for Missions and other church benevolences by the SundaySchool and congregation At night the pastor will preach as usual All are most cordially invited to attend these services 7 Russell istnow on and droves are flocking to the store The display in all de partments is very attractive Their many box show cases afford an oppor tunity of displaying goods to the best advantage Every body is invited to call today and tomorrow There will thhee An Old Garden 11Onthe farm of Mr W T Dohoney a few miles southwest of Columbia i a garden spot that has been used ever year for growing vegetables for on hundred years It is the garden which was used by Mrs Easter Dohoneys Easjterher husbaudused the garden until his byherstanding it has been in use every year for one hundred years it yet produces well Mr A S Chewning has secured the edse best drivers and trainers in the State foer place the first of April Charges tea onable 184t reRev Thos A Fleming of the Theo e4tchurch last Sunday forenoon and eve ning He will likely be called to the pastorate Mandr Gleriaforis k burl2t l services wweceh ducted by Eld F J Barger of this place v The Ladies Aid Society tthe Bapi stchurchwilhneetThuraayaftern900at member is urged to attend Bugipeesi of great importance r See 08arba Rythmic before bridteg our maresu ltt2f i ir y Vi At The Hancock Hotel Judge and Mrs Junius Hancock entertain ed atone of the most delightful functions of the season Friday evening There were about twenty guests pres ent including the following plMrsLowe Mesdames Miller Curd Callison Breeding Reed Butler Walker Misses Stewart Damron Dixon and Hancock Several hours were spent in con versation and in listening to charming instrumental music by Mr and Mrs owe and enchanting songs in Miss Hancocks magnificent voice The most delightful refreshments were served Salads sweet and sour pickles stuffs- olives hot chocolate gelatine wbip cream and nuts cake of snowy white nesstand rich devil cake We all sepa rated from this lovely family wishin them long and happy lives crowns BrMrs Lou W Atkins who is assisted larto at millinery store on Thursday of this week and view the Urge and varied stock of hats etc Mrs Atkins has just returned from the anrd ish the very latest in millinery per stylesr If hogs keep climbing one will son brie IigOwensboro last Thursday Tom Bassett soldforty that averaged 200 pounds a hundreddwe e now on the market for Hic ory timber either in the log on our ard or we will buy it on the stump The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co f 7ttr Columbia Ky I6now the Q2nd day of Marchand- not 1iagreeable day in the month up busysetrr BidderhsWantedf The Committee is now ready to re ceive bids for Jjrick banking house at Grad ville Ky25x40 two stories Bids closed in thirty days r C 0 Moss Elbort Nell V J F Pen 9nComW M Wilmore J A Diddler While Mr Jo Morris and his little daughter were entering town last Saturday they met a boy on bicycle Mr Morris was driving a mule He became scared and ranaway There wasbut little danage Wanted bids on knock down hogshead at Allen Walkers barn The hogsheads must be out of seasoned lumber and be ready fot delivery in June See or write Jo E Johnston Columbia Ky Chairman Burley Tobacco Company for Adair county 20lt The local baseball team is doing some practicing and will be ready to meet neighboring clubs when the season leRev R L Tally closed a series meetings at Glenville last Sunda There were eleven conversions and eleven additions to the Methods church 2780 paid for missions IOpen session at the LindseyWilson Readings music a play etc Every body cordially invited The program will start at 730 pm Gold Chief the property of Finis andI Asa Baker Aniandaville is advertised intodays paper He is a horse that is attracting great deal attentionS Mr Ewing Stults has signed with Lexingtop for this season and will leave for the Capital of the Bluegrass ear l in next month rorone day last week She was 87 yea old Mr Clarence Page Cane Valley has accepted an appointment as guard at the Frankfort penitentiary and is now on duty Farmers say that there were more j 1tJ1anmanyothertW years Born to the wife of M 0 Steven n March 16 1 nO12 pound so- 1rwratltier m1 and baby doing well Tinco In Dare a TCTJ fine horse is ad I ertied in todays Paper 5 ar 5if a 1 ijj tt7r r I A Sad Case Fatality Following Last Friday morning an attendent of the Lakeland Asylum left here with adjudgedffW a able difficulty that the patient was aced in the hack He fought and at every one who went near him and he finally had to be thrown and tiEd This is the second time that Sel has been sent to the asylum The agoHet first his wife and children were living and during his adsence his wife and two of his children died Upon his return he married another woman who i twd0 eral brothers and sisters died after he was carried first to Lakeland Up to thende JateTom500 pair of men women boys and chiJdienssample Shoes on sale at Sin clairs New Photograph Gallery I have opened a studio in the Ed Sin clair building and am prepared to iloI work of all kinds New instrument Satins in clowdy weather same as clear ontgometDr James Menzies who has been okr Y to Marrowbone Cumberland county in about two weeks He has rented his property to Mr W A HiD man who will remove to Columbia from near Gradyville We regret to give up Dr Menzies and family we are glad to welcome Mr Hindman and family Mr Hindman is the father of Miss Pea Hindman the County School Superin tendent G The Public d visplayKate B Squirts Cane Valley Ky Columbia Chapter No 7 will confer the Royal Arch degree on a team next Thursday night All Companions are urged to attend G P Smythe High Priest Mr Mitchell Denny who was a bloc smith at Gradyville for several years and who lived a few miles below Gradyville di d last Monday of consumption In the same neighborhood and about the same hour Mrs Ben Coffey passed away She too was a victim of consumption Easter Art Party Saturday Evening March 26th at six oclock all the artists of Columbia will meet at the west Public School build moneywill Everybody Wanted j From 200 to 300 Cedar or Locu posts Apply to CS Harris KyYFred McLean writing from stLiberty says in partr Circuit court adjourned here after being in session six days Judge J C Carter had openshourmit lawyers to consume very much time in his court Grand jury returned 63 indictments F A Land the circuit clerk was appointed Master Commissioner andW C Cundiff county clerk was reappointed Trustee of the jury fund r n There will be Easter services at the tenonYn ay evening J R Carter D Bell Sam Blank Brsig Windy were arrested by Sheriff Patte son and deputies last Monday night and turned over to Judge Moss this morn ing They are charged with chicken stealing Our Gradyville correspondent notifies us that a barber at Edmonton Joined Blakeysht and mortally wounded a negro last Friday the victim dying Saturday A lodge of Modern Woodmen will be organized at this place some time inl ir ext month r bv x want to buy Ernie 2QQtq 300 cedar or locum P9It v GSRartisr1 t fr t J cYYiCJ7LtJC iYYYYYYYY CYYY PERSONAL t l1 j froffitfLIbertyt Mr Wm Hobson Cam bellsville was here last Monday fromCampbel1svil1e Mr Rollin Hurt is attending the Burkesville circuit court k Mrs G W Staples was quite sick several days of last week issn community Rev R E Stevenson of Campbells ville was here last Thursday Mr C M Barnett oE Louisville is spending a few days in Columbia Mrs Wm Coleman left for her hornet in Nashville last Saturday morning Mesdames J H Pelley and viFNeat visited at Pellyton last week rx Mr W T Ottley wife and little son visited Burkesville the first of they 1 week j- Judge T A Murrell was in Frank fort and Louisville a few days lasts week 1 Sam Breeding who has been at Lov rain for the past week has returned r home L Pyle from the Blue Grass sec rytine was in this place Monday buying cattle f vKMessrsof Russell Springs were here last Thursday Lew os last week Dr S D Crenshaw who has been is now able to attend pro rlfessional callagyMr Horace Jeffries who was quite sick several days of last week has very greatly improved Miss Nettie thoughtMrs J N Page is spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs R A Myers in Monticello Mrs C M Russell and her little daughter Frances are visiting relatives in Bowling Green morningkwill be absent several w eks Mr W L Vick vhois with the Moody Lands Co Louisville visited a few days in Columbia last Week Mr N B Miller of Springfield Me reached here in time to attend the funeral of his brother E V Miller Mr Ray Conover spent a few days of last week at Ronane Taylor county assisting in taking an inventory of fa stock of goods waseofanlocating in Columbia if he can purchase property to suit him Mr E W Reed writes his wife that himself and MrR H Durham are 0 taking baths at Martinsville Indand stare getting along very nicely Mr E B Barger who has signed with the Brooklyn for this season left this morning for Chattanooga Tenn where he will be in training for sever al weeks V Mr Sylvester Harris and sister MISt Alverta of Avis Russell comnty ac companied by Masters Osborn Harris Newbro Mitchell and Artis McBeath called at the News office test FridayI Elmer Henson who has been visitingSfriends and relatives in Kentucky for t sometime returned lobispost of duty Iort Riley Kan n h s xeturn he stopped a few days with his aunt MrsJ J J WEvans v r Entertained J Mrs W M Moss a former Adair V ofenGreensburg Ky entertained last Fri day evening in honor of her sister Mice Eula Morns- eveningWas of near Columbia Thetdelightfully spentin gamer and some excellent mUsic was rendered j During the evening the guests were in i f- vited to the dining room where the hostess served refreshments inber most pleasing m liner Those Pregent were Misses Wyllie B McNeil nLoini vile Betsey Madiipa Bowling Green Mollie Milner H nd rfont Ky Lulu JMiller Lydie Anderson EtiaiibbleL i Vaughn Gteenaburg Eula MorrJi ACox jiiumbia Messrs Pilson Smith Jt fi Durham Frank Miller H A r Theodore Leaclimari Jlmm1eCOxaiii t lice Hamiltoni j ii a 7 it7j4j4TT i b i tij 2rJ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS I ITIsome present high prices of farm pto Vpucts are causeby the fact that purrchasing power This may appeal to some but to the impartial informed man it is only an imagination I We know if there is bb t- 1iktle money in circulation and u t qI1dancepf horses for salej th rjrice of horses will be chearaiii if there is plei ty of moneyin cir dIlation and but few horses fort sale the price of horses will e ofa11fm are very high at present in fact too high t benefit the common people It is all right for farm products b nbe high rovided the common farmer has a living and at least a fsmall margin but when the great mass of farmers do not have this then the abnormal high prices prove a detriment There is not e ughwheat corn pork etc Praiselothatnoting The cities are being con gested with population while the fcountry is annually being de populated The proper equilib riiim of prices has been disturbed Jasthe effect of this cause audit cannot be restored until the cause is removed A greater per cent of the young men should remain on thfe farm andmany go back to the farncHarrodsburg Herald f CommissionersSalew ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KENTUCKY L Virginia T Pike Gurudtto Adair BT virture of a Judgment and Order of Sule of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the January Term thereof 191 i in above can nrd costs herein shall proceed to offer for sale at the Cout house door in Coluirbia Ky to IaonaboQtbeIingc1unty Atcertain tract of land Being orf t Gretu River in Adair County Kona tuck containing 18 acres and known as 1oto 2 on No 2 as shown in Com ioneisreplrt and deed oil filejin this case to which reference is for complete description and boundaryraFor the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal I terest from day of sale until paid inI having the force and effect of a J I ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms IL Wi AsCoffey Master Commissioner Brain leaks GoThere are men who can boss everbody but themselves The wife of the corner grocer could tell a lot of things iflwould People whowant to be miserr able do not have to hunt f a reason A great many peoplesay of a sermon Thats good and then go right home and forget itdiU Paying your dues in your fra iii ternal lodge merely to keep up your life insurance does not spetfraternity by any means When a man is out of work and broke a lot of people wonder why he dont rush out into the coun ty and take a homestead Every time we see a bargain tI counter rush it is easier for us to understand why the shirtwaist inakers get such miserable wages i Some husbands and fathers wouldbe better off if after tak r lug the initiative they would re- t fer the matter to the wives and mothers t J f President Taft says the Al iii A drichCannontar1ffaw asth i n Jji z rZr f 1 a I pIco l Csteard it disputed by a single trust magnate What millions needismore soup and less sociology more m featsunshine scatterefs and fewer slumming societies The other daywe saw a man smoking long green tobacco in ria cob pipe with an alder stem tforlV What to do vr v CommissionerrsSak i ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTticKY trongHill PilE aojainst v Kin Equity Eliza Dudley c Deft s fBy virtue of a judgment andorder of sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at tie January term 1910 in the above cause for the sum of9314 with inter est thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of June 1903 until paid subject to a credit of s 1 70 paid Sept 27th 1903 apd 4960 costs herein 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door inC lum bia Ky to the highest bidder at ublic Auction on Monday the 4th ay of April 1910 at one oclock p m r thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the follow ing described property towit Two certain tracts of land the first containing 12 acres and the second containing 7 more or less and at the same time and place Ishall proceed to offer for sale the 70 acre tr ctmen tioned and described in the petition or asufficiency thereof to satisfy the debt of J A Diddle for the sum of l75 with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 22ndday of January 1887 until paid subject to the following credits viz 7ppid Stay 13th 1894 20 paid ay jSth 1901 and 70 paid 1arch 13th 1906 and costs herein Said third tract ill be sold upph the same trmsasth- rstfi two tractS Reference is maderto the judgment arid order of sale for complete description and bonndry ot the three tracts of lands ordered to be sld The third tract will be sold in such WAV as to leave the dveihng and o tber buildings unsold selling the land farthest frQm tile dwelling unlss4 requires the wh6Jt of slid tr etto fay aaid Diddles debt interest anrl eostg or sufficient theireof to eerthen Qf money so orderetQ le mad t the purehaaed pre pixmaseri with approval surety must xecUte bpnd bearing al interest from date until paid and having the fo eand- 1i 1T1Iet of a jud merit W Ak Coffey Master Gonimiasidner i ticim We are hayiiigspiiierain her t present r Mrs JM Heath of this place was shopping in Creelsboro one day last week Miss Ella Lester was the guest f Miss Maggie Wooldridge last Tuesdaj7 night Misses Dona and Ghoul Helm of this place were shopping in Creelsboro one day last week Mr Edward Oldham and sis er Miss Lizzie returned home ast Sunday after a I pleasant visit with their iisterMrs J IW Toler Miss Stella Hadley spentTues day night at the home of MrJ W Jackman Mrs J M Heath spent thsay at the home of Mr JI B Helm last Saturday A number of young folks of his place made a trip on the G N Whistler Gasoline last Sunday afternoon Surveyor W Mitchel of Eli is surveying th estate of old Mr Thomas Coe at this writing A lime Wash which has been found a good protection for trees against rabbitsis simply to wet enough unslacked lime t o tbe- pointof consistency add a little carbolic acid to the substance anjl paint the trunks of the orchard trees Every body want Fairbanks MiDrse Co Engines have them for them lQrSt t L i Hurt Agent S k rW 1 i fiii I 9 M8IA DIIROUND The following inake up Presid ing Elder Hulses appointments or the Columbia District going overthe territory for Ihe third time It is requested that the membership keep these jappoint- ments before it andv attend the meetings y v L Glens Fork An tich April 2S3 r Jamestown Jamestown AprT 91O Russell Springs Mt Pleasarrt iApril 1011 l 1Mdl1ticelVo vTuttles Jhapel Aprfl 1617 k Vest Monticelloy Bethesda April JL718 i 7 Clinton Davis Chapel Apuil Vi92d 1 vK Albany Albany April 23 24 r Peytonsburg ChestnuttiQtove April 30 May 1 Bear Creek Rose ot Sharon May 12 7x o- Henox Whit Hill May 3 v A V BurksviUe Wesley Chapel Maf7 8L V V Th1dow Beech Grove May loiiCampbellsville Circuit Souls Chapel May i16Spurlington and Earl Poplar Grove MarlT =18 Greensburg Quienberry May 2122 MahnjlleM t Zion May 28 29 r Carbelisvi1le Station Ma y 2930tCane Valley Glear Spring Juhe c 4 Colthbia andlDiiboi Columbia June56 GradyviHe June 1112 Tornpkiri 4 vHle June iS i9 West TompkinsviHe June 21 Temple Hilt June 2526r The District Conference will be heldat Glensfork Ky June 7 9 IQIO T L HULSEP E Bone hackedfrom the bone is good if you have no grinder bi itt unless you are pretty good at i the bone will be in scales for your hatchet will cut most easily lengthwise of the bone Better to have them weIr chopped cross wise of the bone II Commissioners Sale H 7ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT v 4 KENTUCKY T H Curdc Plaintiff t Jimmie Curd c Deft y By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale by Adair Circuit Court render ed at the January Term thereof 1910 t the bove cause and costs herein I hall proceed to offer for sale at tjie Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder afc Public Auction on Monday the 4th day of April 1910 at one oclock p mor thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty towit A certain tract of land situated near the town qf Columbia Ky Bounded on the east by the Columbia and Campbellsville Turn Pike on the north by the lands of J H Young and J J Biggs on the west by the lands of J J Biggs and S D Barbee and on the south by the lands of J J Biggs and contains 38 acres more or less and is the same lands which were conveyed to James EC Curd by the Master Com missioner 6f 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 J X Biggs by Bettie Tup an c For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securitieg must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg meat Bidders will be prepared uto comply promptly with these term VfA Coffey Master Commwsipnsr f ll j f J1b t Sheriffs Sale of Land For On Monday April 4tb 191at Courthouse door in Columbia Ky sameI 1 oclock p mor thereabout the being the first day of a regular the Adair County Court will offer for sale to the jlandthe tax anti cost due for the year l909J on the following persons towit Whites in District v BR Abrejl JtfR 761 acre joinl Elzy Weathington Tax and Cdst for 1909 y V k 83 L Chapbell 2 acres joins Wi3t Chapbell ta tandcoSl for 109 J V 352 jC Faulkner Nfl 65 aces Joins JvH isfamJS tax and eostI oJiINanceNP112acrejotns Linzie Fan tzc andcost fOr 1909 4 5t JTThompaQpi U5 tacrds- jofn J TVL Fisher tax and cost for 1909 fy 1ColoredWJ Fitzpatrick 15 acres joinsvv Will Carney tax and cost fo 1909k 5 71 Whites in District2 L llL Burton 30 acr sjoinsrwL i t419U91joinscost for 909 5 52 G M Cravens TL5 acres joins K E Bryant tax and cost for J 1909 22 R sL1909 459 W 0 Knight 7 acres joins Richard Burton tax and cost for 1909 st rS 52 W HyStrevels 50 acresjdin s Jv H D Eubank tax and cost forf 1909 i 445 Colored in District 2 T E Haskina 160 acres joins 0 Brockmantax and cdstfor 09 709 Whites in District 3 Rufus Black NR 160 acres joins Jas Page taxand cost for 09 446 TA Bottom 100 acres jowf W T Loy tax aidrostfor09 t 2 WUlieCape 50acrts jnins Lafe 85baptKitp3onJ Ka th tax and cost for 09 vy V I JC Gibbons TRj2aer sjoinsIioas SteVrfeKC tax an1 cjt fur wr 242 jinsBifl 220 Colored inv Districtr3IJ Hmer31dres hennctt tax and coat for 09 4 941 Susi WakcfieW kft 73 ac joinaG A Ht1eY tax resjlcost for09 Whites mOistiici Mrs IuciliR GoVo J20 aeteffr joinsnelani taxand f cotrO9 r 4 44 J J B Napier 26 aOris joins RObt 1 I KQltner tax and cost for 00 4 56 4 Whites in District Octavia Cole 240 acres Cilia Burton tax and cost joinsI E C Curry 2 acres joins T I Smith tax and cost for 09 404 L L Richards NR 18 acres joins M J IentoItax and cost for 09 2 16 j J S G P 09 11ColoredC A Hendrickson 100 acres joins R E Bailey tax and cost for 09 8 79 Mary L Johnson J acres joins F P Rice tax arid cost for09 2 22 Jnol Smith 70 ncres joins June Grove tax and cost for 09 7 3J Whites in District 7 Jeff Bradshaw 200 acres joins Lize Loy tax and cost for 09 13 13 Colored in District 7 i Joseph Wheat heirs 29 acres joins Albert Moore tax and cost for 09 j v f22Colored in District rr A Torn Lester 1 town lot itCorrJumbia tax and cost 09 416 W B Patteson late Sheriff 184t Reflections ofa Bachelor Propinquity is nine points of the law of matrimony Anyhow a woman can always vote to spend her husbands money When a man will write long letters to a woman they arent married yet w The best man in a elis the man who runs it for the pure fun of running A girl a moon and a garden could take away a mans sense even if he had any ri The way the average man wants to help others itzying tc e1them to helpihlm 1tJ hfc kSi f oocoaelE3 C300E3CJE exPeacocle1 i This Famous horse will serve mares at 700 m coltxtsaddleandharn sihorse sired hyordan 2ndtit tjft Never before has there a horse made a season at that price that i breeds s well as this horse GOM WOOD pricednw II inMayy high prices We know of 45 mares served last spring by this JlckIithatis withfoal and 11 good ones that we have not heard from the failures m Will serye to insure a living colt 600 for horse colt and 7 00 for colt it JXThe above named stock will make the present season at A 0 mflfor neighborhood Not responsible for accidents il lr Phone 57 H YOUNG BROS JOpPii Ky fl f J 3H13 r o Irv 0 iwz a cvF- QR 0 TilE LANDS SAKE USE f fERTILIZER BOWKERcl I have been selling the Old Bowker Brands for pat sa yeas and my trade has increased from year to and this p evidence to me that the Bowker Fertilizer is theIbeat made for this section I Have sold these goods to ing farmers all over the ICuntywh have thoroughly tried and tested them and will tell you Bowker Fertilizers are the Iest mooey caa buy You nay buy goods for less money but 1 remember that cheap FertiIizerare very dear indeed when come to harvest your crop Remember that Bovkers Special and Toabcco Grower have an extra high per 1OU of Potash i4 I willbe at nay old stand in due time for Spring Trade a full supply of Bowker goods Call andmeand Getvprices I will also sl Homestead rSOLOMON McKINLEY CofumMa 7 Ky0 I L ztlLocJIG w eazc J pfJa iJiiID Ge90G Lj i iisa cz ENGINE AND 1I116 11 P self Contained good as new i6000 116 H P Atlas Pickering Ger nearly ne6OOO 3 OH P Plain Portable new flues new cylinder and on good wheels 62500 Ir 10 12 14 16 20 H P Traction Engines Standard akesI2a21100eb ilt good as new for money making 260100 = = CASH OR CREDIT = K IThe above machinery ADDRESS was rebuilt at large lndianahops WorksIMachineryI1A C BURREY Campbills ille KYJNie sa hU One of the few things a boy learns thoroughly in college is for his father to keep on sup porting him What a girl likes about a flirta tion is its so exciting thinking how exciting it would be if she meant ItrThe good that a maa does may live after him but it has a hopeY less light for ecognition while he is alive A man is called a philanthrorj ist because of all the things he could do for his fellows and doesnt do them r YouvcanJell avnian who brings uphisHchildrenwellbyhow much more they are like their mother than like him You could never convince a man the furnace wouldnt work better if his wife would admit he knew how tvdoit pi The first thingto do with al man just out tcdIegeis to trrl tnewThe remarkable thing about a womans faith is how it can be just as strong after the founda tions has been knocked fr mun- der itNew York Press v i r tPJj i riii 1LITN jv q 1 5 i1 1 H8 r ii t v J i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSl tjri Ruby la 18JtCrm f The farmers are getting ready for planting corn We have had some fine weather and every one is making good use of it- t Mrs X W Scott who has been confined to her room for some time with heart trouble is better Jr Bernard Haryey visited relatives near Fairplay last Sun f day Mrs Arthur Royse and little son and daughter visited the family of Mr I D Patterson of Picnic one day last week Mrs Lizzie Dugger who has been very sick is no better Mrs Annie Coomer visited Mrs S E Estes last Sunday Mina Scott and little sisterr Ruthwere the guest ot Miss Annie Strange and Elsie Frodge of Breeding one day of last week Dirigo I Luther England and family Sparksville visited Mrs Eng lands parents at this pIacerlast Saturday and Sunday Mrs H P Myers Hillsboro Texas is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M Wooten of this place Dogs killed two sheep for Frank Stotts lastSaturday night They went for the flock of A M Petty but a couple of drummers and a few boys being on hand in the neighborhood they went for the dogs killing one of them A petition for the pardon fr Henry Youtsey who is now serv ing a life sentence in the peni the1murder culators of the petition is that since it appears Youtsey was the best man among that band of conspirators find since the selfl confessed leader of 4hat most feindish of all conspiracies have all been freed Iwill as soon as James Garnett Ben Johnson ort some other good Democrat isrmatte chief Executiveof this grand old Commonwealth whose glory is sure immerge from the a crime and slime of the RepubliS cans place my name to a peti rh jseysuch Associates as those who hl1ye succeeded in piling their crIme upon his shoulders And by the way how many readers of the News also read the weekly Courier Journal All who do and have not already A done so please look up your pa per 01 March 3rd and read the report of the committee that was appointed by the legislature tofc investigate the doings of the present State administration to try and find out what has become J of that one and a half million p dollars that was in the State Treasury when Gov Beckham went out of office and why the State had gone bandrupt or the next thing thereto This Committee investigated and theirre port is a very interesting article Let me ask you again to read this report show it to your neigh bor talk it wherever you go and last sera pbookfor although Willson cannot be a candidate to succeed himself the republicans are sure to nominate someone who is no better a Crocus ion the 19hr ft of Feb1910Mrs l WA 1 ifJ i pry i Compke Confrdl a4 r jj r r r I Complete Straight Line Keyboard PlatensBa11Reversible Tabulator Rack v DeviceDropPerfect Line Lock Bichrome Ribbon Uniform Touch f Ball Bar ParagrapherIVisible Writing A Key for Every Character Perfect Erasing Facilities Interchangeable Carriages High and Left Carriage Release Levers Swinging Marginal Rack p Prate led Ribbon Gear Driven Carriages IRibbc n Controlled from Keyboard Variable and Universal Line Spacer Perfect Dust Guard Back Space Lever Carritge Retarder Improved Marginal Stops 7 Escapement Speediest Ever Devised These are features which make the Smith Premier the choice of the man vho investigates comparative adva lages Allen Shearer celebrated his 66 birthday with his youngest son About the noonhour a bountiful dinner was spread on a white linen and the richest and of all was a 20 pound goose and many other things to make all who wfere present spend day of joy and satisfaction say should he live until next birthday his many young friends would be glad to have the welcome of setting him a surprise dinner So trusting God may let him live to celebrate many more birthdays I remain Gracie Shearer Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeable to J Stone of Kemp Texas than facing- it from what doctors said was cqusump tion I contracted stubborn coldJhe writes Hthat developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all rememdies years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Hemorrhage and lung trouble its su isms 50c land 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Creelsboro CH Allen of Cumberland county was in our town last week on business G R Antle of Clinton county was here last week looking after I stavesMr Sam Lewis was buying roduce here oneday last week Claud Gape has returned from Oklahome and was in town Friday buying furniture for house keeping Mr and Mrs E A Rabon an aaY1andvl Fa f IiJ All necessary operations in- writing billing or statistical work are accomplished from tHe key board of the light running easy adtion Model 10 Visible i ville last week Mrs Moigari not being quite so well R F Rowe of Amandayille was here last week trying find f1IAsa Ferryman bought 5 barrels of corn from Non Bell for 370 Rev James Blackof Glens fork will preach at this playcej each 2nd Sunday night this jy ear J D Irvin and wife have xe i turned from Louisville j Miss Avada Grider is very sick at this WrItIng v 1Mr Ed Gifford of AdaircounV Y ty was in our town last week and bought a corn drill nda lot of fencing wire Wm Miller sold 100 bushel of wheat at 120r Miss Pearl Armstrong who has been visiting her sister Mrs Morgan returned to sgti jpat Burkesville last Sunday e Mrs JoE Buster visited oni Sand Lick last week V Carl laytghfYS on thesick list last week T Messrs Rowe Harlan Noe Waggener and others were here last week Ty Mrs F H Bledsoe I and little son Hugh are visiting relatives in Wells Bottom this week A A Clayton has a twoyear old peacock colt that will be sure to carry out a sot of blue ties thus year U Hn Awful eruption Of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Bucklens Arni Evendare soon healed by it Bit for Burns ChappedIn Aay k l 7 4 r 1 i l 4 y Write for information to The Smith Premier ypevriterCo Inci Syracuse NY Branches everywhere TPointed Paragraphs The ancient battering ram sometimes made a big hit Some musicians who play by ear oughtto consult ah1 artist Too many people spend their time in trying to be miserable A vvoman6 age has but little in common with what she says about it litr Happy is the man who is too v deaf to hear vvhau others say abput him A bachelor who is given a baby pb hold looks as helpless as a lost dog XVA woman is to stand all the prosperity her husband can bring home Sometimes a preachers popu larity can be measured by the shortness of his sermons Its awfully hard for a widower to convince his children that they need a new mother Ones wife never gets mad when he finds fault with the meals they live at a boarding house If a man will compliment his wife upon her youthful appearance 1 and tell her occasionally that he loves her she will forgive the other white lies he tells A vszaiteress in an Omaha restaurant married a guest an hour after serving his dinner Her haste was due to the fact that she didnt care to wait any long er Chicago News oIIDid you ever think how nice it would be to photograph some of bur cho est birds and the value of such pictures should you wish toiadvertisc your flock 1 fisIL y Program Columbia District Sunday School Co ference to be held at Breeding Ky April 4 5 1910 A April 47 p m PreachingJ H Walker 4pril5 845 DvotiQriaIJR 1a 111 dolph 9 a m Organization 915 Reoorts from Schools 945 a mThe Successful Sunday School a What are its essenttaIsI R T McConnell b What is its value to the ComruunityGV Pangburn c What is its value in Evangelistic worksi i value training young Christians R E Stevenson e Whatis is value a MissionaryagencyJ P Vanhoy Song Service 1115 a mChildrens Day a IvalueLF R Winfrey R P Breeding b How to make it a successJ L Murrell NOONf2p mf Devotiona7I F Black 215 p m The Country Sunday Schoola As it wasJ A Goodman b Aslt isG B Breeding c Asitj ought to heJ A Johnson 3 p mThe Adult Bible Class O B Finn 315 p mA comparative study Union and Denominational Literature J H Walker 330 p m Suggestions for improv ing our Sunday Schools Open disc sion V T L IJulse P E The Bassett Hardwood Lumber Co is nq topgs orlu erat Columbia t t 1r4t Bare spots on head and wingsI that look a little raw are a pretty good indication of insect pests Get afterthemrightoff or y may have some dead birds before you know it Stubborn As Mules Are Iiv rand bowels somestim- seem to balk without cause Th theres trouble Loss of AppetiteI n digestion Nervouaneea Despondency Headache But such trouble fly be fore DrKmgNew Life Pills the worlds beet Stomach and Liver reme dy Soy 25c at Paull Dhif Co i r A f r sRj ct J I4J J HE r r i LOUISVILLE TIME e fOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES 1IS 500 A YEARI- F YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEETIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covelsthe Kentucky field per fectly the general t news field ICovers Has the best and fullest mar kets reports v DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SDBSCKIP o v TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times v V For Saev RednGpckres 100 each Algo eggs for hatching lsame stock 100 for llv r Mrs WC Leach 174t IJoppn Ky The reason some people dont make a good showing is because they show too much t One of the best things about feeding cracked corn is that its takes the hers longer to find it needasthis time of year So cracked thingIts Free Sample J Fen Babys Ills Something can and must be done theIless in its sleep And since the basis workingfthe condition of the stomach and bowels freemovementsimportantussoundsleeptheemergencytion Cathartics are too strong and salts tooseVertrIedbeenusingmild pleasatttasting and promptly efIwellasthe teItake It First of aU It you have not yet usedit DrCaldwell would mea to send you thisOlIcangetoffotherPaasInthatitselLIfesisickly child one given to cbnstipatlon foraenCaldwell personally will be pleased maytdetainEerrothertAiierlDr WB RSH CsM tNtl lMiiir UoAtlMllo Hk zrT4P t y i o t- I s 1 y i s ty 4 THEADAIlt CC11 TIC aFWSrL 1iIl1f y4 r 1 rOMAIJPLNG i JLL- c i you are I ited to Attend Our Spring Opening 2 I i t i Wednesday and Thursday tjii March 23 and 24 1910 4 3 tJ V t e k Lhveo exhibition in the various departments of our store the LARGEST and most VARIED stobks ever V X 0 shown in Columbia Were too busy to write a Longwinded advertisement giving descriptions and details of tOt t the various Lines bufwill just ask you to come on the days mentioned andsee the LARGEST Display of GENERAL J MERCHANDISE that WIn be shown in this section of Kentucky this Sprite We will not insist on you buying any fC thing just want you to come and see our display We will take great pleasure in showing you throughour stock 2 OJ Russell COI- r 0 J J tt laut Q1Jllnt l lt5 Published Every Wednesday k BY THE pt lair County News Company INCORPORATED 1 CHAS S HARRIS A EDITOR Dqjnocratic newspaper devoted to the Interests yet the city of Columbia and tho people of Ad adjacent counties I Sntored at the Columbia Poato3ico us second ala mail matter ffEH MAR 23 1910 The Confedarate pension bill +passed by the Legislature was vetoed last week by Governor i WiltsonHis reasons for so doing as stated was on account of the financial condition of th e State Whether he is right or V wrong in his position whether it honest or feigning honesty in hii goodwill to Confederate and his apparent zealousness to sF the welfare of the State Treasury is not for us to say but all th same we have our opinion We have heard the statement made that the bill was wrong that th St te should not pension dis i abled and dependent Confeder atesas it would in a measure- acknowledge v the cause for which i they fought to be right and in directly encourage rebellion Tour f mind such statements arid positions do not spring from inw 17 dividuals who would deliberately r sacrifice their lives for the good pf their country nor from tbose t Who really fear that such a t measure would fire the Old Con 4 federate with resentment or loyally to ties that bind all the i r States into one solid compact I fffa j2ppeatS to us the evidence o sFrot ff id 1itic rpreiifdiceand npt thereT 6i suit of extreme loyalty to coun 4 cTT o True Southern sofdiers wKf y y vir1 f fte Z ij rwi j and true Southern people have never repudiated their position t taken i ilthat stacked arms at APpomatox1r sheathed the sword the land and accepted the terms that reunited our country after being overpowered and no peor pie nor no other part of our great morerloyal to the Union than those who fought the armies under the stars land stripes For many years suffered the indignities hurled at them from the Northern press and rabid political tyrants who would have rejoiced intheir utter destruction but time edI ucation and commercial develop mehts broadened the avenues that lead to a better understand ing and blotted out the major part of censure and ill will The old Confederate soldiers have fought tHe battles of life in this State without aid None but the most unfortunate whose strength is not sufficient to earn bread bye the sweat of the brow would expect or desire State aid in the closing day of their existence- e But few are in that condition and therefore but little money would be needed to give relief to those who would accept such charity With the resources of this State her boasted wealth chivalry and hospitality why should such re= lief be withheld True vKen uckyremajnedin the Union but its position was the outcome of National courtship from a State ofneutrality In fact it seceeded and in fact the sentiment of the people was with the lost cause 3We regret that the Governor did not approve the measure for wet jielieyeat just and would have ref ceived the hearty enrsement of a large majprjix o e people If he is truly sincere in his tate men thit he did not object to 01Ik i r the bill but disapproved it mere ly because of the lack of funds he must indeed hrvea low esti of the taxable resources cf Commonwealth Not many of the old Confederate soldiers have ever begged bread not many ever will and we thank God that the deep and ardent love for them by the loyal people whose blood tingles with a senti menf for the unfortunate have provided a home that will shelter them in the days of adversi ty but we had hope that ample provision would be made by theC State to give them aid in their old homes and not cause removal when only a little money would i keep them The following dispatch to the Louisville Post dated March 15 concerning a matter that Is agitating the Republicans in this district comes from Lexington A lively controversy hasgrowji out of the charge that Caleb Powers pardoned by Gov Winson of the charge of complicity in the assassination of Gov Goebel and now a candidate against Don C Edwards for the Republican nomination to Congress in the Eleventh distri demanded and t received from the Republicans of Johnson County last fall 5Q0 for a speech at Pairitsville In the interest of the Republican ticket Powers in responding to the j charge recently admitted having been paid 500 but declared that t itwas for his lecture that he hall been delivering in various tions of the country and not for any speech In behalf of the Republican nominees In yester days issue o f the Lexingtpn f tr Leader a person signing himself i Johnson County t j8ireplied to lowers with the ittte L ment that the money was paid to Powers for a speech that he de livered a speech in which he roundly scored certain Democrats that it was in nowise a lecture and thjit he was not paid for a lecture and further thatI Powers refused t o make speech until he had been paid 500 in currency that he would not accept 400 in currencv and the check of a responsible Re publican for 100 ssiIThere will be no extra s the Legislature TJhe people have got enough A measure passed both Houses of the Kentucky Legislature and became a law making men sixty years old and over ineligible for jury service The bill creating a new office Commonwealths Attorney an assistant in Judicial Districts haying as many as SIX counties was killed by the Governor and it was a good killing It was as useless a measure as ever introduced and passed by a legislative body There were exciting times in Representativesq Democrats and thirtyfive Republicans ended the autocratic ruling of Mr Cannon The Rule Committee dominated by the- speaker was wiped out of exist ence The House will now elect acommittee and Mr Cannon will not be a member of it It looks servingIHouse Rhode Island Red eggs for sale t5- lfor sixty cents delivered at Columbia or Khifley bi inairciKrritfri If you want them send in but 9rdeaM tell w t day MrLJ J39r11t A herJy siftti fj J l LINCOLN A This well known Stallion will make the season of 1910at my barn on Monday Bros farm onequarter of a mile west of Knifley and will be permitted to serve mares at the low sum of 1000 to insure a living colt money due when the colt is foaled or mare traded or sold All dare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur LINCOLN DARE is by Dignity Dare he by Chester Dare he by Black Squirrel he by King William Dignity Dares st dam Lizzie Mont by Welch Mont heby William Welch Lincoln Dares 1st dam by On Time It will be seen from the above this is one of the best bred horses in Kentucky Full pedigree on application M A MONDAY i ll Vvm 7 IO Ai 11 71 1 11 I la 11 I 7i 71 ii mgran 7tC m71C r 7i w7i- Cfi GOLD CHIEF m It N It w 31E E E j This fine young Morgan Saddle and Harness v lE Stallion will make the seaSon of 1910at Amanda i nE f vile Ky atlOOO to insure a living colt Money m E Sdue when colt jg foal domareparted with GOLD CHIEF is 5 years old aboutl5i hands high a seal E brown and a full brother of Jack O Diamonds the great show E and saddle gelding Gold Chief Fm Reid of Danville Kentucky r s rl This horse has provenshimself fine breeder as 1 i gall of his colts that Were sold brought fancy prices li totprevent accidents but not V responsible shouldany occur 7f d fNis ASA BAKER t 7r TfeMaich 18 1910 l r i li fj f 7 0 t fl HiTiiiluuIuIhff i ITii v i t t 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSra 4r jDD1TIONALLOCALS y Here tea Bargain For You Daily Courier Journal bye mail three f months and The Adair CountyNews- o yeprice1fwherebyYwe paper and ours during January February and March only at the price for boUt named above Send in your subscription at once and keep posted on the proceed lags of Legislature Sunday Courier Journal not 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 the Weekly and our paper both for one year for 150 To the Farmers and stock raises of Adair and adjoining counties I ana at the same old stand with two good gorses and two good Jacks My Jacks kave 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 style and size and good action He will Make the season at eight dollars Last but not least come Red Bird Jr which o doubt carries more of the Lexing tons blood than any of old Red Birds colts Red Bird was by Jo Brown he by old Lexington first dam Emma Hen LexRgraD ler fine saddle mare her dam old Elas tic enough and good enough to see him highrichmodel as this country affords Mr H M Henson of Danville Ky who is horse and Jack dealer and who is 1pronouncedever saw Take it for for7 and future ones solicitedI184t Solomon McFarland Born to the wife of Claud Montgom ery March 21 1910 a son Mother and baby doing well Quite a number of residents are mak ing preparations to have their dwellings Pit Closing Out f it From now until further notice we A Twjjl offer our entire stock of Merchan die at reduced Pricesinmany instances less than Cost In view of the fact that we will be Xc asked many questions in regard to our reasons etc will say that we are at present undecided what our future course will be but to any one wishing willNclose out at any time our entire stock including house and lot fixtures This is a good stand and we etcII a good business during the last seven j years we have been here which we owe largely to our many friends W J have stood by us all along to whom hoI extend a special invitation to call ai Idof Vsee tide many bargains we are going to goffer jr All goods we sell from now on will F be for cash or produce or to patties i that will pay us when we call on them t SomerfIf you want good water drive yo drill with a Fairbanks Morse Co Engine I have theiry192t c FOXES WANTED L Red anfl Grey Foxes l50tpS350 i Squirrels 50 to 1- 00Coonsto 125 Arid Express W T HODGEN t Box 233 Canipbelisvillei Ky r Commissioners Sale r t ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Strong Hill Plff EquityElizaBy virtue of a judgment and order of saleof Adair ifthcause for the sum of 9314 with inter est thereon at the rate of 6 percent per annum from the 1st day of June 1903 until paid subject to a credit of 170 paid Sept 27th 1903 and 49 60 costs herein 1 shall proceedto offer ftat the Court House door in P1sale Kyv to the highest Bidder at V Auction on Monday the 4th oneoclockpmior upon a credit of six months the follow Itconcontaining71 more or less and at same time and place I shall proceed to coffer for sale the 70 acre tract inen titianrtglwipciency tbiirtof to satisfy the deist f i 1 i L 0 J A Diddle for the shod of 175 with 118rcentJanuary 1887 until paid subject to the following credits viz 75 paid May 13th 1894 520 paid May M3th 1901 and 70 paid Mardi 13thl90oY and 4960 costs herein Said third tract will be sold upon the same terms as thee first two tracts Ref rncejsmado to the judgment and order fsale for complete description sand boundry of the three tracts of land ordered tp be sold The third tract will be sold in such way as to leave the dwelling and other buildings unsold selling the land farthest from the dwelling unless requires the whole of said tract to itI said Diddles debt interest and or sufficient thereof to produce the sumo of money so ordered to be made But if there is a remainder of the land unsold after the payment of said Did dIes debt interest and costs The rey mamder will be sold subject to the homestead right of Eliza Dudley nq the infant children For the purchased price the purchaser with approval surety must execute bond bearing legal interest from date until paid and having the forceand effect of a judgment W A Coffey Master Commissioner DR ME JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Dis eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes Ianin Memory 0ran the 26th of February 1910 Mr John J Biggs another one of our good citizens was called wars taken with Pneumonia fever on Thursday the 24th of February aggwass coupity and lived in that community to his mature manhood As a J BLAME they Were You and but kind Insurance all f3E33i3 Eit YOU1gmrnthe was considered one of the best that ni y He Vas reared in commuI a largeiamily of whom five brcithers and four sisters still sur him was agreat music was often c a II on to lead the song service at singings and at church service He had a and more especially a voice marriedrone of Columbias excellent ladies Mary Smythe They moved to Columbia and he i and his good selected a lo on the pike arid erected one of the beautiful homes in the They were very spY and congenial in their and Biggs had planned to retire the revs nue service and enjoy a home life the rest of the way But plans were not carried out and we another lesson in of life and man proposes and God disposes Mr Biggs bolted the by terianx church at this about two ago but owing being so much he did not the to enjoy the church serv itlnityMrs Biggs was in his last sickness and thatt ould be the way thebut wenoffFather j v comfort = afidblesS r the lonely widow iiitersadbereavmentand- keep her in his love is the pray er friend in the hope eternal life r 11t fj J rCT Williams v j e i News Notes From Texas i vAs I chronicle the of my recent trip to Texas fo rthe columns your I am conscious ofmy inability to write as I ought The occasion which called me J to Texas was a sad one to me 1 can only write about it sa wan can who the irreparable loss of ac mother sweet name On February 3rd I received a telegram to come at once to the bed side of my mother was living my brother D A Grady McGregor Texas I made haste to her but alast she had passed over the river of death before I could reach her I found friends ha all they could As I stoo by and looked on the face I had kissed so often her faith in Christ I felt that for mother to go out us wa our loss buther gain No boy or man ever buried his mother without feeling the wonderful touch of sympathy bound up in tie words Jesus wept Nancy Grady was a member of the Methodist church I am glad to say I confidence in mothers religion Rev McHullic preach ed her funeral sermon in the presence a large crowd who followed on tothe McGregor cern 3ca8E3 IDftg Q DONT TilE HEN When you get bad eggs for good when she laid them j can examine Insurance Companies you can Candle Eggs fterall isnt it best to demand the of you know is goo d the timeS hatD MIIRRELL MILLER Columbia Ky Sell That Kind bI 3 3fs 3E E3HDH aof3 i in yive Hi lover of eQ sweet musicalvoice tenor most oung Miss wife cation Campbellsvilie most that part of town hap com panionship Mr from quiet their have uncertainty that with Pres place years ohis away frem home have oppor with him every ini of tt theihevitablimufSt diner ofa of notes of paper feels How that whp with see that kind done remembering from J have of 3Ci3 qetery where we took the last look and turned away from the new made mound all decorated wit flowers to await the time whe the dead in Christ shall rise was glad to see Joe and Bo s They are doing well rIyoften srokeof Kentucky especially Adair county Every one did their best to make flowIlmy brothers home a beautiful sight to me It flows an eight inch stream It is capped so as to spray I stood off ata dis tance and lost myself in admira tion Texas is greata great empire o f itself The beautiful black farms and the thickly populated communities gives th whole country the appearance of a city After all its not the land or the network of and iiiterurbans that makes Tex as great it is the bighearted people with the push and energy of heroes No man can visit Texas without breathing in the very air the high ideals of her citizenship My trip to Moody the home j so many Kentucky people I know this trip cannot be eclipsed It who s impossible to mention a did me kindness Think of Gus Hundley Otho Miller and JJ Ci Cook all Kentucky men I1had lost Irack of Mr Cook but imagine my glad surprise found his arms around henII it elcome me as a brother V ff WS S Woti 5 i H fARE YOU GOMTO BUILD OR REPAIR j8 t t ir k 4 If so we can ftirnish anything you max t need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns 4 of every description Our stock ofSiding Ceiling Flooringand all kinds of Mould m Lumberlr our line and keep the largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of J y any firm In this section of the States Phone 44 i if ATsTDUSKY CONCPANY COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1 from the old Kentucky home The horse show at Eddy seven teen miles away had claimed the attention of Mr Miller He KendAdair county I was anxious to see them and through the kindness of Kentucky hospitality I soon found myself seated in a large auto in company with my brother Gus Hundley J C Cook and Hugh Marshall The roads were jine and the trip was made in a few minutes We found a big crowd I was impatient to see those Kentucky horses and when they were led out I felt like a convert fresh from a revival meeting I could not resist the temptation to get in the ring All my oldtime horse religion came back to me and you could have rubbed the eyes off of every Texas face as I showed those horses The ribbon is tied where there is blood Three cheers for the Kentucky horses They are as magnetic as the beautiful fig ure of a model woman I love a horse that thrills me upoverllth Yours WL Grady a ramnThg folio wing is a programof Easter SunbSong Coronation S4 ng Mary to the Saviours Tomb Invocation Song Joy to the world Scriptural ReadingE thIby old men f Prayer Special Song by Martha Hancock Sermon The Empty Tomb Song Let Jesus Come into You Heart v Benediction LOUISVILLE MARKft StockeCATTLE 500550dSFat heifers andscows 325375 Cutters r CH 325375 Canners i r 100225= Bulls 275325v 3J5425StockersChoice much cows v 350045000 Common to fair cows 10 0020 00 HOGS Choice 160 to 200J 1110 10f0 Roughs f 1040 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 750850 11t t 300400 i 375 425 Columbia Market Eggs i v POULTRY vi 15 Triikeya Chicksne ifx o Ducks 49I iJ z ilYh4Ia l w 1i5f om t I i s 7 5f w SAY FARMERS 1 LOOK OVER- Your s old Corn Drills and other Ma= chinery and see what repairs you need this Spring The Drill Companies have discontinued commission repairs isoget your repair order in now so as to save Express Charges When you bring in your Repair Order dont forget to look at our immense stock of Corn Drills Manure Spread = DiscpHarrows Cultivators and general lone of Farm Supplies of every character I TOE JEFFRIES I1ARDWARESTORE = g eeeeereeooeeme oesDioooeoeereeoeoo ee Baron Ryi1micNO 47139 I Home Columbia Kentucky Y Standard and Registered YoL No 18 BARON RYTHMIC is a brown stallion 15J hands high 3yearsold absolutely sound with the best of yes feet and legs He is a horse of wonder qualificationsra doubt is one of the best bred ones that ever made srbelow BARON RYTHMIC 47139 by Rythmic 41636 record 206f sire of 4 including Rythmic Bel 215f and Mamie the Heiress 219 Rythmic by Oakland Baron 31586 record 209 j 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 old the only harness horse in the history of the Elect Rythmic during the season of 1902 wasthe i winner of 7 races amounting to 21850aAut BARON RYTHMIC is an elegant individual THMIChas thesoroad never gets too long or rough for himM1BARON RYTHMIC will be permitted to serve trainingIAll care will be taken to prevent accidents but will not be responsible should any occur LEE S SMITH Columbia Ky ii l llli i811J 1111IIIYIIi 1 2 i Jt j It 1I 41 f THEtADAIB COUNTY NEWS r HUBUGH BROS WELLENflRFF INCORPORATED Successors to Hubbuch Bros t1 sIl Old Firm IB a New Garb t t J J V pt We are the same people as strong as ever before The same strong management the same reliable business methods are thepjl lars of all qur transactions Your needs in CARPETSRUGS DRAPERIES FINE WALL 71 PAPER S iffl j i T 7Will be taken care of in the consciencious manner eyibefoe I 71 WUBBUCH BROS V ELLENDORFF LOUISVILLE KY 522522 W MARKET ST 7 I Dehlett Bttos 116 E mtlket 51 Bet 1st B1fo k l1ouisville eDtttCt y Get Outt l 2ota ion ontt LtWOOD FENCE Befott you bu- ytwc l i1 s nte you MONEY t 1ROJSI DWa E j LUFtt Guns MATE J Telephone 2167 Both o4 q1e o Of e 0 l U HARDW 1 Pres J COCKE Pres ft DIETZMAN Sec tJ T yne Mill pp y CQoI u ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 188V 11JIlhbW IGt1T5 ffiHCtiINlSTS t DEALERS IN t ENGINES FOfLERS SAW MLIS GRIST MILL i FEED MIL LS- t I 1301 TfflRTeeNTHMftlNL LOUlSUILLeIe t SMOKESTACKS f 1heetlt n and Tank Work HA Cut erry WAGON IALi Phones il t 7AII Kinds f Machinery Repaired o J I t + OO Q Sash Doors Blindsi 7 Mpuldings Columns l Porch Material 1 Stair Work 17 f Interior Finish EtjC i i Largest Whoesale Sash and Door House ti i L i v in the South TJ t t v rL Send your orders to us for prompt shipment f and good goods f We appreciate them JEI it HU lt HES CO 211215 E Main Street- LOUISVILLE INCORPORATED KY I Fifth Avenue Hotel a PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 4kfl 71 Refurnished t Redec rate d ande I J inddied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu lJ Q2 s lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale ts JtifJL and Retail Districts Churches and e y It t 1 L vSr I Theaters fr fi t t l FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE t J 71 jrFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUT STREETS r7K Louisville Kentucky Adair County News and CopierJournal d1heon Year for l1i f ii I J Sano rt f y n The farmers of this community are making good use of this pretty weather Mr Bault was in this neigh borhood last Friday buying to bacco There was a singing at Mr Lord Brockmans last Saturday night and all report a nice time I understand that there is some talk of Mr John White who went to Arkansas a short time ago coming back to Kentucky soonMr J SilWilson sold Mr How ard Shaw a mare last week The Sunday school at Sano Schoolhouse is progress nicely with Rev Prince Shaw as Sup erintendent and Gfi McAnelly Ethel Blair and Miss Mattie Bar mon teachers Born to the wife of Carl Carr ter March 1st pa girl Born to the wife of Sam T White March 2nd a girl Born to the wife of W A Bricken March 3th a girl Mr Tom Atchley and wife were visiting at C MShaws last Sunday Mr John Thomasxof Russell county has moved on Mr J J Hattons farm for the present year MrEorenBrockman and wife were the guests of Mr John Thomas Jast Sunday Mr Porter Shaw our saw mill man happened to a bad accident the other day aiming to throw a rock at a chicken and hit his thumbMrs Nannie Jasper has com pleted hernew dwelling Farmers in this community are very busy sowing oats and breaking corn ground Sopha Brockman visited Miss Gertie Bryant last Sunday marirMis Lasrus Bottom was visit ing at T W Br ants Saturday night andrSunday Mr George Brockrnan has gone to Wayne county this week with a load of tobacco He reports therVflc that tobacco is very scarce up Rug by J We are having some very nice weather now and the farmers are making good use of it s Fannie the little daughter of Mr arid Mrs Bob Royse has been quite sick for several days Mrs Kate Akin is confined tot her room Married on the 6 of March Mr j Charlie Roe and Miss Minnie Brake Rev Payne pronounced the ceremony in presence of a large crowd The groom is a- son of Mr and Mrs Ezekiel Roe and the bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Brake lifter the ceremony they started for a drive and then returned to the brides parents where a nice sup per was awaiting themlVIay they live long and happy to gether Miss Minnie Goomer was visit ing at George Janes Sunday Miss Annie JHamilton of Ed monton is yiaiting her grand f parents this Week Mr andMrsj Joe Akin Mr Ruel Shiye and wife were i itingirL Kate Akire Satur arid Sundayday 7 A Mr Finis Strange a liiw Qigr FJr hrt j I him a dwelling house put Up at MfIoeShives j Mrs Nannie Curry of this place was to see her brother Mr George Harvey of Fairplay Saturday and Sunday who is confined to his room Mr Wolford Page has been on the sick list for several days Mrs Frank Goomer is improve ing very slowly at this writing Born to the wife of Mr Wyatt Akin on the 6 a boy Mother and child doing well Mr Newton Norris and family of Breeding were visiting at Mr T Coomers Sunday Mr Tom Collins and wife of Gradyville were visiting Mr Gharlfe Roberts Saturday and Sunday Weed v We are having pretty weatherI at present Our farmers are clearing up and breaking land for the 1910 crop Mr and Mrs Willie Cole spent Saturday night and Sunday vis iting Mr and Mrs George Cole Mr J L Moore and Mrs J H Moore spent Wednesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Otho Kelt ner Mr W L Fletcher and Mr J Hi Moore were at Gradyville last Monday j Mr and Mrs Tom Cole were guests of Mr and Mrs Warren Sexton Saturday night Mr Charlie Sparks our up to date blacksmith removed his shop tools to Gradyville last week and will be ready in a few days to wait on the people in any kind of work they may want done in the shop Mr and Mrs J A Keen were visiting Mr and Mrs J Mor re Saturday night and Sunday Miss F lora Yates and Mr Charlie Gowen were the guests of Miss Millie Roach last Sun day Mr and Mrs J R Yates were visiting at the hpme of J L Moor Thursday nightJ Mr and Mrs Duett Taylor were in Columbia last Monday Mr L B Moss and family were visiting Mr and Mrs Ran iGole last SundaJ r Mr Tom Cole arid fmilyand Mr Warren Sexton and family were visiting Mr and Mrs Til den Wheeler Sunday Mr J L Moore is spending a OfLJCMr Otho Moore was inGiady vIlIe last Friday Mr Mitchell Dennie of Basil is very sick at this writing Amos the little son of Warren Moore who has dropsy is thought to be some better IMiss Mary Stapp happened to a very painful accident a few days ago She went put to milk and in some way the cow stepped on one of her feet and it put Her most past walkingI Tobe Moore wife and little son Leslie of Cane Valley are visit ing friends and relatives at this iceat this writing f WarrenlSeW L Fletcher and Mrs Tilda Roach were guests of Mrs JB Moore last Monday f Mr p A McKmkj will grind for all jriti iwh etixy Sftturday mt his mill e rViX3r y rjirffcr S 154m f i j Ono tr The severe winter s ems to be1 over those bright sunny days causes the gardeners to begin their work Business of all kinds is on the boom J W Wooldridge sold a span lof nice mulesx to C R Dunbar purchased another spanfrom landford Johnson Mr De Popplewell passed through the little town of Ono last Thursday morning with a two horse load of meat en route to Rnssell Springs solo to his brother James Popple well Circut court just closed its Feb term Success to our new Judge we like his proceedings very much Mr Ivy Polston reconortering along the shore of Wolf creek March the fourth saw some fine yellow suckers swiming about in the water he just proceeded to catch them and out of a school of 45 he placed 29 of them on a stringThe raft hands that left Ono for Nashville Tenn some 80rl 10 days ago have just returned R J Hughes a soft of the Sheriff left for some point in Illinois last Friday Alfonzo Dunbar and Lee Flan aganof Ono went to ashvilleI on a log raft and there to Illinois We hope the Russell county boys will have success and shake those silver f dollars down and bring them in the town of Ono Eggs 18 cents chix 122 cents per pound coin scarce 90 cents a bushel and flour 3 60 per hun dred Mr Eli Tarter will move to his farm on Parks ridge Monday next Mr John JFohnson a son of Berry Johnson is sick with fever at this writing Miss Pantha Coffey who has been attending the R S Aat Russell Springs is now at home Mr Edward Farmers wife and children left Ono for Tennessee where she hopes to see her peo enjoyInlMr John Lowe of Columbia made a business trip to Ono recently Mr McKinley was in our town buying chixs and eggs Mr H Hughes and Edward Farmer passed through our townfon the evening of the route to Jamestown f The farmers are just beginning to open their eyes for springis here seemingly r D S Hughes was in our town en the 5th purchasing seeds Thomas Flanagan and family who left Ono for Illinois stopped at Indianapolis Indiana Hughes Harris will leave Ono on or about the 10th Jor Louisville and Cincinnati to pur chase their spring stock of goods Lucky shot one crow and two black birds at one shot with rif la by Joseph Farmer How Good News Spreads I am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes fB F Tolsbn of JElizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters be cause owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and invigQratelwork wonders for ownmen- land women restoring strength vigor and htftith that a daily joy Try ttem1 Oiily 50c Satwfactioa w poIi tivly guraRt d by Paull Drtig Co J I n- j t 0 l N TimeCardr In effect MondayrDed 3iri90er SOUTH BOUND- LVLOUISVILLELUN AB LEBANON 0 27 VrfJOam 942 0 23 815 am 1004 Ilo79 pmIlo10 93 630 pm NORTHBOUND LRAIN Lv LEBANON AB LOUISVILIJI o 24548 am i 750a o 78732 am 1015a 028430 pm 655p pmluNoa 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only W1LMORE HOTEL W M CUIUWORB Prop P Fir tClass Table i Good Sample Roome Feed Stable t Reasonable Rat- esGEftDYUILLe KY crenShawlVETERINARY Special Aim fir t Iu Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or sur eical work done at fairprices lamwen fixed to take care of stock Won ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATION SIDENCgON Res Phone 29 Office Phone 4W I Dr James Triplet I Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY lIDt S Bunbar Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN XJEFIRIES BUiLDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph tt Stone AtfoneyAtLavv J Will practice in ihis and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky nereIl aPattenlo14 hltheU f make f attorns T d hthu 01 aa r pthwr not ttheir y end lnipUcitT ncCslI ltaslLStaeTh o Jfuhiuft ab tbAft any lAillu Mcri 8abecrlptoaJ2 au n e t 60 ClnU IIt O88t5 Ecry u rye Sub crfb today AII Waat tJdJCl1cab coasmlloa PaUct1 Cali o Jd Jnz lura CtIIIo howlAc p c u CO 1 The Adair County News l And COur1erJournaJVqf ar 150 1tri Daily CourierJournal 1 Three Months fAnd Jhe News 175r SUbscribe Now ft i J yI r 1v y t r T Lt r d it THEDADAIR COUNTY NEWSIG i I w j 7 I i Womans Beauty rSome women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks on them Nearly all women suffer mare or less with some form of female trouble It should not be neglected Avoid the pain treat yourself at home by taking Cardui as thousands of other women have done trialtTAKE If Will Help YOM Hrs Katie Burlison Qoreville Ill tried Cardui and writes tI suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES tJUa z Fairplay Winter oats seems tobe an en tire failure in this section Some wheat was also frozen out but indications are at present that if the spring is favorable an aver age crop of wheat will be harvested Sandersrofsister Mrs W EL Hamon Sun day night Mrs Jasper Gadberry who has been quite poorly for some time is some better Born to the vieof Jim Gad berry Sunday 6th a boy We are going to have a new l ace1thised the school house in our district Walnut Grove was burned 4lastAugust jLorenbo and Wese Ben were Columbia on business Wednesday The merchants at this place are receiving th ir spring goods A great nalyof the people of this vicinity have planted pqta toes and peas v Pearl Lewis is visiting her mother on Harveys ridge this week r t Some of our neighbors have young chickens and they seemto be doing fine these warm sunny jJtllijdirlgschool at the L WT SJ tti this winter has returned home Ollie Tabor bought a mule from Bob Gadberry price paid 75yx r- v Leslie Hosehbaum wife and rL children visited at BillieLxfys Saturday night T W Jl Hamon was atiOolum bia Monday J 7r u I Thomas Pulliam and family were visiting near Dirigo Satur daymight and Sunday t Absher i1 L Two children fMr James Cooley are on the sick list 1 Mr and Mrs Wm Humphress ivisited the formers brother J Tr Richard Humphress ofnear Knifley Saturday and Sunday Miss Myrtie Watson was the guest of Miss Annie Robertson Sunday Mr and Mrs Clyde Jones were Ir xt KitYSunday Miss Ann L Cave is visiting her brot1erMrW H Cave JCessrs Win H Absher Bone y Bailey and Wm rHumphr Bss t k Fyt t tfi l 81 t ji were in Campbellsville one dad last week Miss Annie Sharp was the- guest of Miss Aura Dillingham Saturdays and Sunday Mr J C Vanhoy was in this neighbrhoodo business one day last v eko Miss Bertha Dillingham who has been at hruncles J B Caves returned home Thursday Emma and Clara Robertson spent Tuesday with their aunt Mrs Rufus Bailey Mr and Mrs q C Russell visited at Mr D PRice3S Sunday A IMr Fri4 Hum hress was at Roley on business Saturday Mr M B Jofte3 is back maip1 i at worlcat his saw n ill near ere Mr Osey DilUngham v l9oto Campbells e to up akin a sii art time Vv Mr Charley Young vpasse here eti route 1rJtQlet ore day Jost week Jf Mr Nell Gape will leave Monday for Illinois Nell will be greatly missed from the mail t route Mr J D AJDsher was at Knifley several days last week with his daughter Mrs Virgil Knifley Rowes X Roads Frank Garner and Miss Cora Bradshaw were married here February 27 Good luck is the wish of their many friends Willie Cook and Sam Hurt leave us today March 9 for their work in Illinois The boys are at work on a farms atf 26 per fImonth Fount S l ytHis bought the Uncle John Price fafm price 250 y r rrJonathan Blakey lost his last cow last week t The work day at Jonathan Blakleys last Friday his 73rd birthday was well attended A big dinner was served and some fencing put up Among those present were Finis Blakey and family Rev J M Turner and his girls and Mrs Mary Antle of Columbia Misses Maggie Harris Sallie and Lula Antle were visiting their uncle Bill Cook last Saturday The last week of sunshine his made a greatimproyement in thee looks of the wheat crop There will be some wheat raiseddm spite of high prices Fellows will become pf the extoiv it I tr boners you men who have 100 and 125 wheat and 20 cents meat and every thing else in proportion Read your Bible and if you find your way of doing the golden rule I WOnt want any of it in mine Mrs Jim Oakes is very sick this week Vv Mrs Fannie Helm has removed from near here tothe Jackman Bottom V r fc o e 4 i Lpngstt et a 2 f W6 are having s6nTieAiiic v JT weather at this writing Our roads are getting ijigp u shape r 1 i f Wheat in this hart is hurripins itaelf forthe last few dav- It this groving Veathier iholg out fJoofts asthoQglj tjjerjt woultf be a nice crci pof wjieu yet f Vv Our farmersare sxyappingsiS with the dirt at a speedy gate T h e r e is more plowing ij this part than ever was knpwiV at this season of the year Gardening has been the prirrci pal talk and practice of thi week Much planning r the7 future crops are b ingniadeat N v tqstJmeJ iz The health of this community is reasonable good with the ex j ception of bad colds Born to the vifeafE W Wade a big boy Mr Wade seems tQ wear a pleasanter smile than usual r1 Miy JS Wade of this warped a gray male toMrpaceJ Tarter for a span j of mules 1doHarsjdlffereQce Mr W Wade feu hlrsL 4 J black e from Mr JS Fade vfor dollars J- Mr Dick Twyford ehtrips to the river last week a rl goods for J Wv Bradley J ll1Ibuying all he could find t for sale 11wIthweek Some of our boys are attend ing court at Liberty this Veek W W Owens of this place took a span of mules to Liberty court and sold then for two hun dred and eightyone dollars There are a good many young lambs in our community now Uncle Charlie Owens of this place has two large lambs neith er of them has an under jaw and one of them is minus a tongue Strange sight j in tHe sheep family 0 T J J Robertson sold a buggy to Dick Twyford for a lado wood c j r Mr Richard Foley sayshe run up on two snakes one day last week while killing one the other crawled to solitary place where he could not find it Mr John Bradley andwife were with us one day last week s Jacob Tuggle lot a nice calf of lale As the good roads come so does business which n akes us think that all classes of business will be as good as eyer when springs opens Pt Harrah for springr MrL B taossiir had a nice cow to die recently IvO niceeicoltt i Rt v 8 1 d Tr jfadbcrryj The farmers are taking advan tage of the fwpretty days plowing i Mr James Gadberry is onr the list sick The social given by Mr and Mrs Allen Harrison last Tuesday night was largely attended Mr Willie Bennett visited his iincieMr E Bennett of Glens fork last Saturday iti gjit and Sunday Miss Minnie Loy of Bliss is pending a few days with her grandmother ivrlS Lou Loy MrJack Stotts and Master Paul and Marvin Loy ofBliss Were at this place last Weclnes Vlay on business A Mrs Mary GadberLyand little l3uglitfer Helen who have been quite sick are better at this writing v MissVes ty Baily of Garlinis visiting her sister Mrs Robelt Johnson at this places Hurt and McClister burmer chants are havingafine tradeat present I 1 Miss Vesty Baily of Garlin was the pleasant guest of Miss Hattie Franklum last Tuesday night IMro Z L Bennett and child ijen Willie and Lora Lee of this place and Mr E W Bennett oft Glensforkwere called to the bed deof their sister Mrs J C Calhoun of Campbellsville last Friday Mrs Calhoun died on Sunday morning The funeral was preached by Rev Jesse Mur rell ajnd she was laid to Je tin the CampJtwllsville cemetery J Mr AnthusLoyof Bliss was ai this place a tew days ago v c + If you want good water drive ypur4 djiil with a Fairbanks Morse Gq tri9tt5a Health of this cm 1mityisI Very good at this writing except i a few of old folks have gripp J Mrs Mag Perry map who has k been sick for some time is not any better at this writing We are having some pretty weather and the farmers are making good use of it The roads are getting in fine shape again t urIv yMrg has remo communityrand we are glad tohave him with us fM F J Hardwick wife and daughter and MOS i Dilling ham spent last Tuesday at J B Abrell i Mr Willie McQueary who got his feet frostbitten sometime ago is not any better at this writing Mr Mont Hardwick lost a fine disIteqlper Mr James Smiley bought a nice horse from Mr Vanhoy for ifcp Miss Matra Dillingham and J little brother v from N atsbur visited Lizzie AlSreUast Monday night Mrs Sarah Abrel visited her mother Mrs Margaret Williams last Wednesday Mr Hul Girder bought a farm from JSlr P J Hard wick price unknown LeeS Smith ill offering the services andegidv anti ifl fit 19 2t fSr fei v vvnv t tWt t x a 1e1eeNU r WEEKLY iGOURIER JOURNAL I I HENRY WATTERSONEditor t 1 Ife 1 l iIcmal Newspaper Democratic in polities Ttfprdjits all the news i ar orfavoV We regular price withoutIJ r a yHkrV IM h von can get the OOURIER = 1cURNA- L1tNDTIEt ADAIR COUNTYNEifS I g rPtIONE YEAR t i f I or1G50 ii i I J itt ytiii will give or send ypur onjter tit dPnobtu r4bb CouiwiJouinal JftwsI a ilDaHv CnUfi8r Journal 1rd 600 ISundaTy Goun rjournal r 200 1 tn give yuu a combination cut rafie oiuDaily Cl Sunday if you will write let this p jipwr ifRANK CORCORANi High rade f Marble tj Granite r Cemetery work See US before w 4 of allkmdu yon buy J Represented tiy CG JEFFRIES in this and adjoining counties ueStrl Lebanon Ky 11 7i J IT COSTS NOTHING v M v To LisiVYo r Property i1 71 WITHv 1 V t Q Paul Smythe Lawer f REAL STATE AGENTwr lII1 Columbia Ky irI 7 ifyoulwish to BUYIor Sell call on Him tr11 J Officen T4 Town Property and Farm Lands For Sale 1 1- 71 V1 11 V V IV J V I 1 v V v 1t7iiiiii1 71C7iIi 7t ii ii7i i 1=1 IIA1710iI- y 1 t I LD1I- f 4 you want to Build or Repair See our Stock of Rough and Un Dressed Lumber We can fill xi- SHORT NOTICE v Your Order on Custom Work a Specialty GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN Columbia Kentucky PHONES Hill 19 F Res 324 323 and 59 A IHEADAIR COUNTY NEWS aNBDOLLAR A YEAR i t x2 J l t Ii71 J 1 j fI t r F U 7 J I e l- i v isr g f F THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Iht Gradyviile j The weather has been delightful 7 for the past week r Uncle Charles Yates has a fine I Peacock colt the first of the sea 14 sony i V Mr Jl B Yates of Campbells t ville was in our midst one day t Uastweek with a fine line of veralls Mrs Geo H Nell spent a day tr so visiting relatives at Port land last weV 3 ColumIRevbia stopped over for a night at the Wilmore House last riday EdmontoniMrs Millie Hill is in Louisville this week buying a new stock of r millinery goods for this market JF Pendleton was in our midst last Friday and informed your reporter that he had one hundred barrels of corn for sale in this section Rufus Pulliam of Nell was with us last Friday looking after field seeds and reports business good in his section with the pros- pectsI for a large crop of corn and tobacco s J A Parson bought last Friday a very desirable lot in our city from Robert 0 Keltner Price paid 175 Mr Parson will in the near future erect a new dwelling and perhaps move to our town Mr and Mrs Bruce Mont gomery of Columbia spent a EII few days with their relatives in this place last weekI Miss Sallie Diddle is spending this week with Mr and Mrs J W Walker near Columbia Our Methodist Ladies are pre paring the children of their Sun day school for pieces to recite forx Easter services Every body is invited to attend The exercises willbe in the afternoon You can bring on your hickory justjclosedright in the midst of a factory that can seall of our surplus hickory timber at a fair price Come a long with It and get your change Charles Sparks the wellknown blacksmith of Weed for many years has moved his shop to our town with afull line of material and everything in readiness to have a job done uptodate atAr once jI Thos Janes one of our ve1 known citizens is selling out a- llfhis earthly possession in this Community preparatory for the state of Illinois May success attend you where ever you locate v Aunt Mary Flowers one of our oldest ladies arid the mother of CfTv and W P Flowers has been in very feeble health for the past month or so Your reporter had the pleasure r of talking with W L Grady who has just returned from the Lone J Star State a few days ago and we are certainly glad to know Kentf Mucky friends who are located t tF around McGreagor are getting iSjong so nicely He says Texa- S f the place beyond a question ifdr a farmer to make money for itr has been thoroughly demon i6f strated to him by some or our Kentucky friends who left here IIInyii 0 thing scarcely who are to day in t i fine shape financially Mr Grady 6 iswondertul leasedwith the r it to of TexasY rf utiilJC J if 7 1 Ay Notice Stack Men j = REX PAULL J This celebrated young stallion will make the present season at our barn in Roley Ky and will be permitted to serve a limited number of mares for the sum of 1250 to insure a living colt money due when colt is foaled If the mare is traded or removed from the neighborhood the fee will be due REX PAULL is registered his number being 2928 in American Saddle Horse Breed = ers Association 1040IBertie by Gray Lexington 4th dam by Steel Dust f All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur ROYAL PEA oCK harnesshorsepermitted to serve mares for 800 This is a rare opportunity to breed to this horse as you will probably never haveI TennHiswhen the colt is foaled or mare parted withor traded or sold f BEAUCHAMP Will make the present season 1910 at our stable at Roley atv800 to insure a living colt all right BEAUCHAMPHis mules were among the best in the county last year andbrought top prices BEAUCHAMP was sired by Ben McFarlands fine Jack and his dam was a well bred Jennet by John McFar lands 16 hand Jack v Money due when colt is foaled mare bred to other stock traded or removed from neighborhood All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J E F pThi fine Jack will make the seasbnat the same place at 600 for a mare color 500 fora horse colt Jeff isa coal black with white points and heavy bone andmuscle This Jack has proved himself to be one of the finest breeders in the country Stock men will do well to see this line of stock before v V JQLFORD BROSr J Russell prings r Mrx John Marcum and Mr J E Snow exchanged property lastf week Mr Maircum getting the Upton place nOVP cupi abyMr1 Burchett Mrs L 0 PhelpS had ayery narrow escape Monday morning She had brought Mr Phfejpsto his work at R S A and started home when out on the road to Jamestown her horse became frightened and ran away leaving her and part of the buggy behind Mrs Phelps was not in jured Mrs Will Grider is in a very critical condition having been Ssick several weeks with no im provement We are all expecting a rare treat at the R SA Saturday night There willbean en trance fee of 10 cents atJthe door the proceeds to beu9ed towards a Library for thshcpol f offii Mrs Rounds vLted f r daughter andfC- oltiii4r i y ir 1c t s r The recital at the ks A will take place on the night of March 26th instead of the 30th as before statedMr Geo Kiinble will com mence work on his large store building next week on his adjoining his hotel 10i Dr Frances deiitist is located at the Kimble Housefor a few d ysrIrvin Isbell visited in Colum lia Saturday and Sunday Mr Elmer Wheat of James town was in our town Tuesday and while here visited the R S ArMr Camroh Dunbar is assisting in the Supply House during r the absence of the Pt9 Mr Sylvanus Wilson POd toI Cincinnati purchasing his of goods Mr Arthur Stantori solda fine pair of mules Tuesday t to orpJr lus Stephens forsii r J J Bff 4ij 4 rt1 s f Tl e lier ltlo f f cornmariifr 8 Izfwictl J t t 1 ift i1L is reasonably good at this writ ing v Fl1 Flatt bought a saddle horse from Avada Grider fQrC 130 John Bledsoe sold a farm to F M Platt last week prIce un known L D Grader is making prepa ration to erect a new dwelling on his farm north of town Mrs Loren Guthrie of Crocu spent Friday night with her sis tter Mr Etta Morgan J W Smith and son were in town buying cedar ene day lastJ week iV Master Jessie Morgan is visit dingtasterKarl Clayton js rigbt SIC RMBIaCkbQughtcowfromt Geo Barnes price 30 G W Bledsoe bought a yoke LIof oxen fromi Vernon Brad haw x few days a 9 for OO of n Misses Pea rejhln t0llArilTl di atttegI1de1i we visitingM- r1lilah SmaiSaturdaY niff h pF crrt r I i 3 r 1 I Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker v Birdselj i f flilburn = =WagonsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCutivatoxs Corn Planters and11 One= Horse Corn Drills il Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Countryready for Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm- Implements at any station on the L dx N R R Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky toI V COLUMBIA BOTTLING COMPANY Columbia Kentucky CONTRACT BOTTLERS OF f 9 M 0Y COCA g t j tMy = Cola is made from the Original Coca Cola formula We also make a full line of Pops and drinks including 7 GRAPE CASCADE w 1 GINGER ALE And the Leading Soda Pops fE A Rabon and family spen- the weep with relatives at Glens ibrk Claud Mann visited in Clinton county Saturday and Sunday c Cane Valley Messrs T A Furkin J W Sublett and T B Clark were inr Louisville last week buying go Miss Kate Squires returned TliursIdayher stock of spring jiats IiMrsJ Itt Thomas of Mill passed through our alttl town last week en route toj Cor bin i i Miss Maggie ub rtot Dunn- villa visitedleie several daYs of last Week Mi H ittie roYr in- nIIQButler ofMtnritwer ricfjitti ii t tshopping here last Thursday Mr Levy Doolin of Edmonton visited the family of T A Furkin several days of last week Mr and Mrs Cassius Breeding of Purdy were visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Hancock last Saturday IAunt Matilda wife of Anderson color was fatally placellastMonday duringIslavery h forSale Pure bred S C Rhode Island Red fpthatchiDcmeMrs WGfeach lf4tJ J9PPKy Two Firms For Sale NewdOzetKy i ir1 4s J I