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I t j r l t rbe 3hif f GflUI ftch 1t t u I v r VOLUME Ill r COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 1910 NUMBER 21 I VIViIM OF PARALYSIS r Mrs J T Carson a Lady Born and Reared in Columbia Dies in LouisvUlerei THE END CAME SUNDAY MORNING I A telephone call received last Yed nesday night notified Mrs Kinnit Mur rell and Mis Margaret Tucker that their sister Mrs J T Carson hadmet with a stroke of paralysis at the home of her son Mr Melvin Carson Louis bytheer Mrs J F Baugh Jamestown was notified and she hastened to the bed side of her mother News from 1 the sick room continued to come but with little encouragement Fridayfaf ternoon she met with the second stroke and her soninlaw Dr J F Baugh was called the messenger of death reaching the home at 1 oclock Sunday morning Mollie Carson Atkins was born an reared in Columbia and was about six tytwo years old when the end came In her early girlhood she made a pro fession of her faith in Christ unite Wit1 the Methodist Church md was a devoted Christian until the final disso lutionAbout thirtyseven years ago she w married to Mr J T Carson of bellsville and during her married Iif she and her husband and their tw children lived in several different com munities Columbia Campbellsville Greensburg Pineville Middleboro Alexandria Ind and Louisville I all these places the deceased was stir rounded by friends who loved her f tier womanly character and her many Christian virtues The funeral services were held Mon day afternoon conducted by RevA R Kasey formerly the pastor of the Church here a large circle of relative- and friends being present The interment was in Cave Hill The News extends its sympathy to the husband the children and all othe surviving relatives 4 Card of Thanks I wish to thank my many friends an relatives for their kindness shown me through the late illness and death of my dear husband Robert P Smith also for the many consoling letters receive- from them since deathHis wife lone Smith There is no doubt but Basil Ashen herst who killed Tom French at Burk esville one year ago has been paroled An Adair county gentleman who was in Burkesville last week says that he was told that he is in Cumberland county It is further stated that he was paroled without notice Albert Miller sold his residence on Bomar Heights last Saturday to Mrs Helena Williams who formerly lived at Montpelier for 1500 Possession will be given in about ten days Mr Miller is undicided as to where he will locate Mr Iva Wolford a former citizen of Russell county died in Anna Texas on the 6th of March He was a soldi in the 12th Kentucky Infantry sit was commissioned to Captarcy the last year of war He is survived by a nun ber of relatives in Adair and Russell counties Mr W L Mooneyham writes us from Whitewright Texas as follows The coldest winter for many yearsI two deep snows We have weather for the past month Corn planting is about over Corn planted early is up Wheat and oats Jook fine Enclosed you will find two dollars fpr myself and one dollar for S T Adn a new subscriber Notice to Stockmen Dont fail to see V M Eppersons stI1lionMonday County Court day He is one the best bred stallions in Southern Ky Mrs J W Walker was the hostess at a delightful dinner given on Friday at tier country home Covers were laid for the following Mesdames A D Patterson B M Clpttrie S F White N W teller J Garnett T A Murrell Jo Russell W ACoffey Jo Coffey Misses Triplett and Holladay The ladies of the Baptist Church who had a number of Easter articles on sale at W H Wilsons store last Saturday ldiOut realizing quite a little sum of 4r 1 eyti Revival at Methodist Church r Neict Sunday morning at 11 oclock a revitneeting will begin at the Meth odistChurch here in Columbia Services jflM be held day and night for two or more weeks Our desire is that the Christian people may be drawn closer unsavedyof our community may accept Christ to be saved To accomplish this we earnestly request the cooperation of all Christian people Come laying aside all un christian l prejudice and join us in song prayer and work Be perfectly at hom with us and wait not for a further invitation The undecided t are ijrged to attend these services A deliveredinext Sunday morning and all the mem bersare urgently requested to be pres ent f Everybody welcome B M Currie Pastor Death of an Old Lady grandhfiis place died at Gradyville last Thursday She was eightyodd years dold and a highly respected old lady She was a sister of the late Drs James noticeofville letter Preaching Next Sunday asW H C Sandidge Greensburg F J Barger Shiloh HilloJ A Johnson Picketts Chapel J H Rood Milltown ForknCreek ColumbiarGrove tiWB Cave Bethlehemr KPerson only had to observe th large number of people who visited Wednesdas y to conclude that The Adair County News is an advertising medium It is a paper with a circula thre t will pay merchants to insert their ad vertisements Russell Co did not send out a circular but used the News werde a merchant to increase his business is to let the trade know what he is offering youdMr N W Miller and wife willre move to Campbellsville this wee where they will permanently reside Mr Miller is of the firm Murrell Miller insurance agents and as Taylor an Green counties belong to the firms territory it will be more convenient for Mr Miller to make his home in Campbellsville We commend Mr and Mrs Miller to the residents of Camp bellsville and Taylor county as most ex cellent people Appropriate Easter services were held at the Presbyterian and Christian Churches last Sunday forenoon special songs were rendered most a mirable and the little folks who took part did themselves proud At the Presbyterian church Mr Crawford made a fifteen minutes talk on missions and a voluntary subscription was taken Pd amounting to one hundred and fifty I want to give you prices on fertili zersiO per cent potash 214t C E Young Rev 1 M Grimsley desires to in form his friends at Hovious this county that he was recently bereft of his dear mother who died at Lawrence burg Tenn where she was visiting a daughter He further states that himself and family are for the time being located at McGaha and that they are pleasantly situated and that the pros pect for a spring school is good H was very much attached to the people leaveIMonuments Etc hofaccepted agency for The F C Mc Cplm Granite Co Huntington W Va an old and reliable establishment one that turns put firstclass work for less money than any other reliable fir Mr Smith has a book showing all the different designs and persons who wittp remember their dead will have no MrIe afraidthat he will overcharge or mis oingroverj r County Court next Monday Fiscal Court will open Tuesday PIONEER PASSES AWAY t Judge William F Owsley Dies at the Age of NinetySeven Years HE WAS BURIED At BURKESVILLE The Louisville Times of March the 23d gives the following acconnt of the death of an old gentleman who was wellknown to many people of Colum biaand Adair county The body of Judge William Francis Owsley one of the pioneer residents- of this State and one of the oldest men in this city who died suddenly yesterday afternoon at 430 oclock at the residence of his soninlaw Dr HI H Grant 1146 Third Avenue will betaken to Burkesville Cumberland county tomorrow morning The burial will take place in the family burying graund at that place Friday morning Judge Owsley was past ninetysev en years of age but despite his extreme age he was apparently in good health until a few days ago For several days past however he had left his room but little and yesterday after nopn he was stricken with apoplexy He died a few minutes later while seated in a chair Judge Owsley was wellknown throughout the State where he spent his entire life He spent the greater part of his life in Cumberland county where he was born but for the pas ten years he had made his home wit his daughter and soninlaw in this city Before coming to this city he played a prominent part in the affairs of Cum berland county serving as County Judge for several terms and he was up to as a man of wealth integ ity and judgment Judgee ther Michael Owsley once made the race for Governor of Kentucky and he was a nephew of W 0 Owsley who was elected Governor at one timeIHe was twice married wife whowas before marriage Mis Ellen King died fifty years ago Hi second wife was Miss Mary Bledsoe and her death occurred thirty years ago Besides his daughter Mrs Grant sonWil1iamcounty and several grandchildren IJohn Robert Carter was before Judge Friday charged with steal thke b t of a 300 bail bond was remanded chargedt they turned States evidence and were released In buying fertilizer you should g the best The Groves is the most popu lar brand used Call and see me 214t C E Young Mr W H Flowers whose home i near Bliss commenced last Thursda twdmodern plan and will contain twelve rooms Flowers Hurt contractors of this place have signed to do the work Mr W C Grider has sold his residence on Bomar Heights to Mr L Hurt for 1100 Possession will given in about two weeks Mr Grid and family excellent people will re ownlaW C Grider and J T Goodman of the firm of Grider Morrison Good man have leased their interests in the saw and planing mill to Mr Allen Walker and Hugh Richardson who will continue the business with Mr Morrison eMr Geo T Flowers Jr who sold his residence a few days ago has noin ColumbivHe expects to buy another piece of property and continue to live in the center of gravity We learn from Capt John A Webb ROIlasthat the indication now point to a large foldm Charley Stinker of this county was tried in the Federal Court Louisville charged with moonshining The jury JudgeEVansIgave Jlndfinedbim 1500 Mr Geo T Flowers Jr has sold his residence near the homeof Mr- liBriXtonMazsi to Mr L W Benue eHi n will be giYen about sixty days v kI I Young in Action Old in Years Mr N B Dohoney is the oldest man in the Milltown section of the county nextIknees gave down and it was thought that he had met with a light stroke of paralysis but the trouble has all disappeared He is now at work oh his firm and is frequently seen riding over the neighborhood He is quite activ firhislifts himself into the saddle He has perhaps done more real hard work in his time than any other man in Adair county He run teams for many years and has done a great deal of log snak ing He is a better horseback rider to day that many men forty years his junior At eightythree years old he was seen in the Fair ring contesting for a premium offered for the best rider He inherited good estate but misfortune swept it from him He is ChapmanDohoneys first wife Free Distribution of Seed Hon M C Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture of Kentucky and W H Strange of Munfordville Kentucky will address the farmers of this county and those interested in the organization a Corn Growers Association and a Corn Growers Contest At this meet ing there will be distributed free 3 bushels of Pure Bred Boone County Marchh I handle the Groves Brand Fertilize- the bestused My place of business back of Russell Cos store 214t C E Young A lodge of Modern Woodmen will b organized in this place next Friday night April 1st Mr M M has been deputized to put the lodge t work and he will Be assisted by mem bers of Elkhorn Lodge Special Easter exercises by the Ep churcis osf alsso an Mr E A McKinley will grind for all who wish every Saturday at his near Craycraft 154m On the second day of March Mr L C Winfrey placed one hundred eggs in his inucbator On the 23rd he took ou seyentyflve chickens The eggs wer not selected with any particular care having been purchased from different persons Chicken growers consider that Mr Winfrey met with fine luck Staves Wanted etWe will pay 3500 per thousand for on lf barrel stave bolts 27 inches long 4i inches clear of sap li inch on hart Elrod Co 214t SparksvillY briade on rt officiated Many friends witnessed the union Mr Jessee Breeding whose post office is Sparksville has sold 71 anBown pieceerof Wanted V From 200 to 300 Cedar or Locust posts Apply to C S Harris j f Columbia Ky Mr John A Wheeler who fell fro a door at the home of Frank Wilson last week and was considerably hurt is improving and will be himself again a few days James V Burtop a son of Parks yearsIlast Thursday morning at oclock a victim of consumption eggsiJr W F Squires who lives two miles out of town has greatly improved the appearance of his residence by add ing verandars and building an addition al room r C L Pyle of Hustonville was he last week buying cattle He secured thirtytwo at 4f cents Beginning next Sunday and continu willinop en p m r iAN ATTRACTIVE STORE Russell Co Held their Formal Opening Last Wednesday and Thursday THE BUILDING VISITED BY MANY PEOPLE Russell Co a leading mercantile m of this place came to a wise con when it decided to have a formal opening giving the people an opportunity to visit their immense establishment go through the various departments forming ideas of the character o stockiThursday wer the days set apart for the magnificent show and during the entire tine th main store room swarmed with people who spoke in the most complimentary terms of the many artistic display- and the excellent qualities of goods on exhibitionThe was handsomely decorated with bunting evergreens flowers etc ththement they were greeted with sweet strains of music drawn from a piano whichwas located near the stairway leading to the balcony where Hurt Co displayed most attractive line of millinery On Entering the store and to the righ t visitors beheldas an ornament lemon bush with two on it either one of which would weigh o anda half pounds and handsome paintings were hanging throughout t building The showwindows we r e standingisun late in the afternoons A formal opening is new to the peop suec cessWhile the many articles presented busocounty ladies elegant and neatly attired their attractive features and pleasing countenances added their grace in a most charming manner to the big show It was a great advertisement and its goodresults will be perciptible for many moons The building has been disturbed but little since the opening and if there 1are those who have not yet called they are cordially invited and particul ar pains will be taken to show the through Gallerye Sitn work of all kinds New instrument latest style cards latest finish Satisfaction guaranteed Pictures made in clowdy weather same as clear B B Montgomery The Deadly FortyFive Last Friday night on Pea Rids Cumberland county Ed Scott a d tiller shot and mortally wounded wife using a 45 Colts revolver Physicians from Burkesville went to t scene and reported that the worn could not recover The suposition is that Scott was drunk and his wife was upbraiding him when he fired the fatal shot ProgramdThe subject of the missionary study for the Womens Missionary society the Baptest church to t e held Thu day the 31th of March will be Christ WalkeriBryantup up 2nd Readings from selections bearing onthe subject 3rd Prayer by Mrs Wheat Paulmgo as a rope Business16th prayer every member be present with a liberal contribution Committe 1The OddFellows will meet in the Masonic Hall next Thursday night t attend to important matters All members are requested to be present The Art Social at West Columbia School building last Saturday evening was not very largely attended but the occasion was highly enjoyable t FOXES WANTED Redan lGresjoxes200to2 0 Squirrels u p uO to LOP Goons 75to 125 Expressre W T HODGEN Box 232 g Oampbellsville Ky Singing ait Tabpr next Sunday after anbTurners Ever body invitedr v i 2 A CongregationalllJeeting There will be some important bus ness to bring before the members of the Presbyterian church on Wednesday ac evening today A full representa requestedTheThe Adult Bible class meets at 730 p m By order Board of Session Come now Dont Wait We are pleasing others why not you I have been a student in one of the best studios in St Louis within the last year and can give you the latest in MontgomeryE theeChapel last Friday ofeExpression Depart ment and by pupils under Miss Gibbs whosthey were being performances who attended speak in very compli andhe There will be a mass meeting at the Courthouse the second Sabbath after noon for the purpose of discussing many things for the betterment of mankind in general Program later aMr John Parson Dead severaloil ahedied last Monday morning about 830 oldtittheleyears ago and during his stay here he wifetosympaiy reavement LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE 500550msteers 400450 Fat heifers and cows 325375 Cutters 325375 Canners t 100225 Bulls 275325 doFeeders 375425 Stockers 350400 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 10002000 HOGS Choice 160 to 200 1100 Mediums 130 to 165 1070 Pigs 8851015 Roughs 1030 LAMBSe 750850 3004QOis MarketanEggs 16 Trukeys 10 Chickens 14 Ducks 9 G AIN Wheat 125 Corn 00 vlllersL conI was this- morning It took heroic efforts to save the large barn neajthe dwelling Mr Nells loss is estimated af 2500 StO P Read ti For Thursday Friday and Saturday 0ONLYWashburn Crosby Gold Medal first Patent Flour per sac1 795c Rudolph Bauer handmade Choca late Bon Bon per lb 30c r 3 Cans Salmon 25cf i 3 3 lb Hominy a 25c 3 4 No Sugar Com 2c h 3Early June sifted peas 2c Eriglehards Coffee t 5202535c fc flt IiBallardi Russell Phone lt FresptDkyeiy- 19L iI 71 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 1 Politics ifStatesmanship is a science but politics is an art A statesman V need only understand Govern ment but a politician must un 4 djerstand the voter V politics makes strangs bedfel j lows and causes loss of sleep A statesman is guided by the lessons of the past a politician is guided by the chances of the futqreoA statesman wears a silk hat and frock coat when he sits for his picturea politician will sleep in his if necessary Politics is ninetenths prom ises eight tenths talk seven tenths hot air and fourtenths bluff The politician arranges the public dinner the statesman isI only expected to speak at it Politics offers a fine opening for a young man If he falls through the opening he makes room for the next man The statesman is concerned for his country for a month beforero election but the politician has cinched the election during the other 11 months When a politician begins to be lieve what he says about himself he becomes a statesman n Wolves Devour Man A special from Springfield Mo says M M Logan a traveling salesman returned tonight from a trip through Shannon county and brought the details of the devouring by a pack of timber wolves of a woodchopper James Smith near Ally in Shannon county a few days ago Smith and his brother were employed in clearing a small tract and the former severed his right foot with an ax while trim V ming a fallen tree The brother placed a Winchester rifle in his hands and hurried to their home five miles distant to get a horse to convey his kinsman to the nearest doctor In his absence his relative was attacked by a pack of ravenous timber wolves and was devoured alive When vthe brother returned the empty magazine of the rifle and the carcasses of five wolves told the story of how the wounded man thad fought for his life A Diabolical Deed Yesterday evening Mr Hal Johnson the Claim Agent of the L N and a detective of the road brought here from Upton a man who gave his name as Frank Brimer and landed him in jail The man who is evidently a tramp confessed to an attempt to wreck on last Sunday afternoon the fast passenger train No 7 Two miles this side of Upton- on a big curve he piled up two gate posts on the track and put heavy rocks on them The train gunning at fifty miles an hour struck them before it could stop but fortunately was able to throw them from the track The train was stopped and a most serious disaster narrowly averted yi It seems that the man Brimer ippearedin the Upton yO last week and was given a job f byMr John Knight onhisl farm feHe worked on Saturday and Sun lay while the Knight family was PJi pawaywent to the railroad and destruction of the fejassenger train When app e f hee ded by thefJc rs oft rai road he to know i frst 4 111 i 1Ji nothing about it but finally made full confession and when asked why he did it he said he want ed to have some excitement As the grand jury comes back next week he will probably be sent to the penitentiary at this term of the CourtE Town News Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTOF Virginia T Pike Guard Petition to Adair Circuit Court f By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court render ed at the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 4th day of April 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout being County Court upon a credit of six months the following described pro perty towit onIas lot No2 on plat No2 as shown in Commissioners report and deed on file in this case to which reference is made for complete description and boundary For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner The Happy Farmer A certain class of newspapermen assert that the farmer is the most independent man on earth and that he has nothing to do but to enjoy life That when Winter comes and the blizzards on the wing he toasts his feet in the oven and reads his county paper and the only thing that disturbs him is a call three times a day to a banquet of mince pies and other luxuries It is a mis take The industrious farmer begins work long betore the sun thinks of getting up With his soul shrouded in gloom he proceeds to build a fire and soften his boots with a sledge hammer He then takes his lantern and shoves his way to the barn and feeds the hogs It is then time to feed the newly arrived calf which seems to de light in butting a pail of milk over the tiller of the soil until he only needs to be stamped to pass for a package of oleomar garine He crawls through a barbwire fence and digs the hayI out of the snow feeds the cows cleans out the stable gathers up the frozen chicks chases a stray pig worth 25 cents for four miles and does not catch it doctors a sick horse freezes his fingers gets kicked by a oneeyed mule and when the gloaming comes and quietness broods over all the earth he has a single half hour to meditate and wonder how he will pay his taxesExP- ointed Paragraphs Some people think it a myste ry that notwithstanding good ad vice their boys grow up to be wild anjl reckless young men If these boys were taught from in fancy that home was the proper place for them after dark rath er than prowling around the streets annoying well and sick peoplealike much of this mys andnyoung men with better moral character and more intelligent minds would be the result No parent need expect pure morals ina boy that prowls the streets at night even if he does go to Sunday school A five room cottage for rent 19tf H GB aker COLUMBIA DISTRICT THIRD ROUND The following make up Presiding Elder Hulses appointments for the Columbia District going over the territory for the third time It is requested hat the membership keep these appoint ments before it and attend the meetings Glens Fork Antioch April 2 3 Jamestown Jamestown April 910 Russell Springs Mt Pleasant April 1011 V Monticello Tuttles Chapel April 1617 West Monticello Bethesda April 1718 Clinton Davis Chapel April 1920- Albany Albany April 23 24 Peytonsburg Chestnut Grove a April 30 May 1 Bear Creek Rose of Sharon May 12 Renox White Hill May 3 4 Burksville Wesley Chapel May 78T- hurlow Beech Grove May 1011C- ampbellsville Circuit Souls Chapel May 1516 Spurlington and Early Poplar Grove May 1718 Greensburg Quisenberry May 2122 Mannsville M t Zion May 2829C- ampbellsville Station May 2930 Cane Valley Clear SpringJune 45 Columbia and Tabor Columbia June 56G- radyville June 1112 Tompkinsville June 1819 West Tompkinsville June 21 22 Temple Hill June 2526 The District Conference will be held at Glensfork Ky June 79 1910 T L HULSE P E Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURTKENTUCKY T H Curd c Plaintiff t Jimmie Curd c Deft f By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale by Adair Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1910 in the above cause and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 4th day of April 1910 at one oclock p m or thereabout be ing County Court upon a credit of six months the following described proper ty towit A certain tract of land sit uated near the town of 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 H Curd by the Master Com missioner of the Adair Circuit Court less a portion of same which was con veyed by said Curd to Mary Smythe and two acres which were conveyed to J J Biggs by Bettie Tupman c For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal in terest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judg ment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms W A Coffey Master Commissioner Program Columbia District Sunday School Conference to be held at Breeding Ky April 45 1910 April 4 7pm PreachingJ H Walker r April 6 845 Devotional JRyRan dolph 9 a in Organization 9l5rRepqrls fromSchools Wr k 94o J hiThe Successful Sunda r Schoola What are its essentials R T McConnell b What is its value 1 to the Community G W Pangburn c What is its value in Evangelistic iworkR L Talley d What is its value in training young Christians R E Stevenson e What is its value as a Missionary agencyJ P VanhoyI Song Service 1115 a mChildrens Day a Its value F R Winfrey R P Breeding b How to make it a successJ L Murrell NOON 2 p m1 DevotionalJ F Black 215 p mThe Country Sunday School a As it wasJ A Goodman b As it isG B Breeding c As it ought to beJ A Johnson 3 p mThe Adult Bible Class 0 B Finn 315 p mAcomparative study of Union and Denominational Literature J H Walker 330 p mSuggestions for improv ing our Sunday Schools Open discussion T L Hulse P E Sheriffs Sale of Land For Taxes I On Monday April 4tb 1910 at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky at 1 oclock p mor thereabout the same jbeing the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Court will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash inJhand the following described tracts land or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the tax and cost due for the year 1909 on the following persons towit Whites in District 1 B R AbrellNR61 acres joins Tax and pSWest Chapbell tax and cost for 1909 3 52 T C Faulkner NR 65 acres joins J H Nance tax and cost for 1909 5 68 J H NanceNR 112 acres joins Linzie Fair tax and cost for 1909 4 55s J T Thompson 91 acres join J rM Fisher tax and cost for w 1909 4 64 Colored in District 1 W Will J Fitzpatrick 15 acres joins I 1909 0WhitesJ M Burton 30 acres joins M F Burton tax and cost for 1909 5 22IMrs Cravens 60 0joinscost for 1909 5 52 G M Cravens 15 acres joins K E Bryant tax and cost for 1909 2 26 R H Harmon 50 acres joins W 0 L Brockman tax and cost for 1909 459 W 0 Knight 7 acres joins IforW H Strevels 50 acres joins J D Eubank tax and cost for 1909 4 15 Colored in District 2 E IBrockmanRufus Black NR 160 acres joins Jas Page tax and cost for 09 4 46 T A Bottom 100 acres joins WIT Loy tax and cost for 09 6 021 Willie Cape 50 acres joins Lafe Grant tax and cost for 09 3 85 Cape Kilpatrick 80 acres joins Sonk Keeton tax and cost for 09 2 86 JC Gibbons NR 29 acres joins Moses Stewart tax and cost for 09 2 42 Mrs Rosa Hadley 20 acres joins Bill IIColoredJ H acres loins 941Susiejoins G A Harvey tax cost for 09 andIWhites in District Mrs Lucilla Gowen 120 acres joins Dan Mooneyham tax and cost for 09 444 I J B Napier 25 acres joins Robt Keltner tax and cost for094 56 Whites in District 6 1 Octavia Cole 240 acres joins Cilia Burton tax and cost for09 2 80 E C Curry 2 acres joins T 1 Smith tax and cost for 09 4 64 II L L Richards NR 18 acres joins M J Denton tax and cost for 09 2 16 J S Rainwater 129 acres joins- G P Watson tax and cost for 09 6 78 Colored in District 6 C A Hendrickson 100 acres joins R E Bailey tax and cost for 09 8 79 Mary L Johnson i acres joinsjF P Rice tax and cost for 09 2 22 Jno 1 Smith 70 acres joins June Grove tax and cost for09 7 43 Whites in District 7 Jeff Bradshaw 200 acres joins Lize Loy tax and cost for 09 13 13 Colored in District 7t Joseph Wheat heirs 29 acres joins Albert Moore tax and cost for 09 2 72 Colored in District 7 A Tom Lester 1 town lot it Co lumbia tax and cost for 09 4 16 W B iPatteson late Sheriff l t 1 j 184tw 3If3 IE3OOoEOEJCle30000 oeE3El- g Rex Peacock ft This Famous horse will serve mares at 700 jj to Insure a living colt Ii QPeacockdam by Cromwell Denmark he by old Denmark K QbreedsCOM sniOODThis Black Mammoth Jack is 15J hands high gets more high priced W mules than any other Jack of this county Mr Curt Yarberry of Cane Valley has two of this Jacks colts that will be 2 years old in iMay that he refused 440 00 for A number of others have sold forJprices We know of 45 mares served last spring by this that is with foal and 11 good ones that we have not heard from besides W the failures JWill serve to insure a living colt 600 for horse colt and 700 for Jqa mare colt above named stock will make the present season at A 0 QYoungs barn one mile north of JoppaHdue when colt is or moved from neighborhood Not responsible for accidents Phone 57 H a YOUNG BROS JoppaKy D afiLIwS S r L FOR THE LANDS SAKE USE BOWER FERTILIZER 01 0 I have been selling the Old Bowker Brands for past six years and my trade has increased from year to and this is evidence to me that the Bowker Fertilizer is theIIbest made for this section I Have sold these goods to ing farmers allover the County who have thoroughly tried and tested them and wiUteUyou Bowker Fertilizers are the best money can buy You may buy goods for less money but I whenII I a aqd see me and get p prices I will also sell Homestead I Kyim1 0 OOQ ENGINE ANDPONE NO 22 I 1 I IfOR116 H P self Contained good as new 116 H P Atlas Pickering Ger nearly new 130 H P Plain Portable new flues new 16000Ion good wheels 62500 1012 14 16 20H P Traction Engines Standard 1 Imakes all rebuilt good as new for money making 26000 I to 12000 = = CASH OR CREDIT = = IThe above machinery ADDRESS was rebuilt at large Indiana shops IIIcamPbeIISV IIEnginesI A C BURREY Campbellsville s KyJI Bunk Raum the wealthy negro 1 blindtiger operator of Danville was fined 2800 and sentenced- to the workljouae for 330 nays His wife was given 70 arid ten days in thework QJIsin one caseir When a man by saYing1 I will teliyoulhe tr tb1ypJhay be i f pretty sure he is going to tella lie It costs more for a dull mer chant to brush the dust off his goods than it would to advertise and sell them akesmistakes 7thlngl J If c f THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSv Holmes 1Theis not very good Your scribe has been suffering the past two weeks with lagrippe Mrs S H Jones has been quite poorly the past few weeks Miss Virgie Allison of this Mclarlandwere married on the 10th inst Mrs Mary Pike of Dulworth is visiting her daughter Mrs Kate Watson near here Misses Ollie and Fannie Bault were the guests of Mrs Mary Humphrey Monday Jimmie Foster who is working in this neighborhood visited his parents Mr and Mrs John Fos ter of Purdy Saturday night and SundayIW A Corbin wife and child ren visited at her brothers J T Jones of Plum Point Sunday On Thursday March the 10th quite a number of friends and relatives gathered at the home f Uncle Jim Humphrey and gave his wife aunt Ann a sur prise dinner it being her 67th I birthday A sumptious dinner was spread and all enjoyed it fine Mr and Mrs Humphrey twentYIive visited11ker S H Jones one day last week Mrs F A Humphrey is visit ker daughter Mrs Lora Garner sear Cane Valley this week Mr C H Jones of Hovious spent Saturday and Sunday with kis brother S H Jones of this place Granville Rafferty and family f Hovious left for Illinous on the 10th inst to make it their future home W S Bault made a trip to Cane Valley one day last week The roads are reported to be improving a little in this section Linnie This little ville is located on the central part of Casey county on the road leading from Liberty to ColumbiaEdd and wife were visiting the latters parents at Eubanks last week Henry Bell and family Boyle were guests of Miller Lee Satur day and Sunday Finley Foster and John Cain were at Rifle last Sunday Chas Payne and family were in Adair Sunday Julius Burkhard is all smiles over the arrival of a baby boy John Grooms is very ill Mrs G Anderegg still remains very low The prayer meeting at John Williams Wednesday night was well attended Mrs Sanders of near Pelly ton was the guest of her daughter Mrs Add Combs Sunday- A Wood and family left last week for Iowa Leo Stuckler and family for Maryland and Joe Wethington and family for Iddiana fBrordie Wethington of ClemehtsviIlewas here Sunday Jce Ellis the huxter from Pellyton was here last week Mr Finley Foster and sister Miss jSmily attended the funeral of Lucien Breeding at Salem SundayMrs Geo Foster has finished the two months of school that J f erEJ are 7 the itI capita1sr Y was left by Miss Daisy Rexroat Little Ora and Rose Foster were visiting their grandparents Sunday Messrs Mark Wethington and wife Fred Wethington and wife of C1ementsi file Elijah Gilpin and A Hendrickson of Bass Willie Wethington and wife Geo andIwith Mr and Mrs Elwood Hayes Sunday Thurldw Joe Pierce sold a milch cow to Rev John Pierce for 30 Mr Edd jerkins purchased a very nice male calf last week from James Dulworth of Camp Knox for 50 The health of this community is very good at present Miss Bertha Moss of Exiewho MissiAda Henderson has returned home for a few days Miss Filda Neagles who has- been confined at home since November is able to be out thus week relativesfin The two young ladies heirs that recently arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs George Burress also- are doing nicely and the mother t Circuit court opens at GreensP burg Monday Several of our farmers are expecting to attend some as jurors and some as witnessesMrs Perkins still suffers a great deal with rheumatisn Slue is ah bbj ect of pity herr fin J t r r iLti They are before youunder your fingers read to them I 5selvesA visible keyboard one with every character in sight is the quickest keyboard to learn and the speediest and most accurate when learned SmithPremiercharader in sight is an advantage so decided that it should govern your selection of a typewriter keyboardinvestigateone Write for information i THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO Inc Syracuse NY Branches Everywhere r anidrawnand hip joints are greatly en larged Mrs Ida Sublett and daughter since Xmas have wove about 135 yards of carpet and have about 50 more to weave before spring- house cleaning begins Invitations are out for a surj prise supper at the home of Mr and Mrs James Brown Saturday night the 19th in honor of their daughter Miss Lizzies nine teenth birthday 1Mr Dimpsy Handy is building a new blacksmith shop also a room in addition for the purpose of handlinggroceriesOur Son are receiving an unusually large stock of merchandise this spring Mr Nick McAfee regretted to have to kill a very valuable bir dog a few days ago which ha every symptom of hydrophodia Mr Emmitt Pierce is suffering from a dog bite on the hand The Doctor pronounced it blood poison The dog has since had a fit hence Mr Pierce is very un easy Mr Charlie Clark has put a new roof on his dwelling since it came so near being consumed by fire a few days ago While a dinner they heard the fire cracking thinking it to be a team with whip on the road but later discovered the roof in good head way By the aid of three barrels of rain water convenient the house was saved Since the few nice days our i farmers have a hustling move on them They are moving along nicely with firm work taking I L u I I special interest in sowing grass seeds Judging from plant beds a large crop of tobacco is contem plated A number of the farmers in this section have their present crops of tobaccco signed to the pool and are getting anxious for a sale of same The growing wheat crop through this section is thought to be very good We have two prayer meetings a week at Mt Lebanon The home prayer meeting on Wednes day night and by request of Rev James M Taylor who is now in the west India Islands we have Sunday night service i behalf of the foreign field Mis sionaries and their work lrrupxiond interestdbe as short if you use Bucklens Arni ca Salve their quickest cure Eve- the worst bpils ulcers or fever sore are soon healed by it Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and Piles It gives instant relief 25c at IuU Drug Co T Ozark Health of this community is poor haatS been afflicted for several years i very sick Mrs T J Bryant is very poorl- Y J- Miss Effiev Montgomery who has been sick for several weeks is better Mr Felix McKinley who ha an ankle sprained two weeks ago is getting along very weil Aunt Fannie White was shop t i ping in Columbia last Tuesday Messrs Kent and Lauder Bry ant made a busines trip to Rus sell Springs Saturday IIdisses Tommie Maupin Sarah Loy and Lena Bryant were th guests of Misses Etta and Lula Bryant Sunday Mrs J C Montgomery visited her parents at Columbia lastI weekUncle John Bryant one of o oldest and best cititens is very feeble at this writing Mr Newton Vaughan is very sick Mr Kent Bryant is suffering with a carbuncle on his neck erso ns pnevery could do well without There are the slauder ers and tale bearers those who will make and circulate false hood to try to injure the cha acter of some one er the final destiny of the liar the hanVe e firsTheabide in his tabernacle who back biteth with his tongue or taketh up a reproach or doeth ham unto his neighbor Card of Thanks Through the columns of the News w desire to tender our most sincere thanks to the many neighbors and friends wh ansd death of our r Mrs Nannie Hood and children To the Farmers and stock raises o Adair and adjoining counties I am a the same old stand with two g horses and two good Jacks My Jacks have proved themselves extra bredersJ One six the other seven dollars to in had9 tenths of his colts natural gaited finn style and size and good action He will make the season at eight dollars Last but riot least come Red Bird jfrwhich t p t h 1If TilE b LOUISVILLE TIMES fOR 1910 RIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF TilE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR iF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER II TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEETIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES isIthe best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps of corres pondents Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCKIP TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPERnot to The Louisville Times no doubt carries more of the Lexing tons blood than any of old Red Birds heIIler fine saddle mare her dam old Bias tic enough and good enough to see him higheas near model as this country affords Mr H M Henson of Danville Ky who is a horse and Jack dealer and who is ac quainted with the fine Blue grass horses pronounced Red Bird Jr the best fore- handed horse he ever saw Take it for what it is worth and come to see for favorslrones so 1Ctted 184t Solomon McFarland W B King has been reap pointed postmaster at Pineville Free Sample For Babys Ills Something can and must be done for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and is rest jless in its sleep And since the basis working7lofbowels a A child should have two full and free Thisias with it comes a clear head a light sounddchild to the IndlgesI bemIsaismildepleasanttasting asthebe tound for children They like its taste toeusooUyoupway you can try it before buying Laterwhen convinced of its you canget Ltn your druggist at fifty cents and orotherMr D W Spangler of Strattonvllle Pa offway and now write that It Is their Itselfiy one given to constipation forafreepleasedtodesiree yourself or family pertaining tothe stomach aver or absolutelytree of charge Explain your case In a detailename and address on a postal card orerwfse For either request the doctors RiMeawWIUbul1d M s i t 1 I liJQI f rIlr U t rtwwr7ytinylw 741n t fIiit 4 1 i ftm r J THE AUAlR COENtY NEfS rru lrnrr ww r u l r a 17 sOC H I118 C OOJ nil TV in II WS I Published Every Wednesday t IY TIE f T Adair County News Company rJs INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR t Inpe trAdair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia PostofHee as sect fORd class mail matter Fi WED MAR 30 1910 I Thj strike in Philadelphia is itover and the men have returned 1to work Secretary of StateJDr Bruner Mahded Governor Willson a hot letter the occasion being the vetoing of theHBank Examiners bill He charges jealously be- hindft the Governors action cirtrculating petitions over the Eleventh district which will be presented tot h e Republican Committee asking that a Zy be called tonominate primaI didate for Congress ro i William 1H Marker former cashier of the First Natrona- Bank of Tipton Ind was foun iguilty o fn embezzlina 100000 of the funds of the bank by a jury in the United States Dis trict Court in Indianapolis Noah H Markerwho was indicted Jointly with his brother will plead guilty Voters of a Massachusetts Republican Congressional district rebuked the party in power last ofTuesday EugeneFost a Dem ocrat was elected to Congress in a special election over William R Buchanan Republi can by a plurality of 5640 Fost is the first Democrat eerelectedI5n the Fourteenth Massachusetts There is going to be something doing when Theodore Roosevelt gets home He is a close friend of Gifford Pinchot the deposed Chief Forester and the latter is now in Europe having sailed last week in answer to a cablegram sent by the former President of the UnitedStates Politicians in Washington are aU attention and are expecting to hear some thing drap that will not be relished by Mr Taft The BallingerPinhcot invests gating committee after an ex ecutive session unanimously deI cided to deny the request of Mrj Blandies representing Louis R jlavis and others that Secretary of the Interior Ballinger be call ed as a witness for the prosecu tion at this time The decision brought out a protest from the attorney which was stingingl- denunciatory of the accused cabi net officer The news from Washington is that an amicable agreement oh 4he Canadian tariff situation probably will be reached in the next few days Following a con u Terence between the Canadian representatives a n d PresidentJ w Taft at the White House Satur day a statement Was given out y that the negotiations had taken a r form which gave assurance that a IV friendly understanding would be a J reached immediately s4tProf J G Crabb bash tendei y J edhis resignation as School Su perintendent for Kentucky aii t r ffiijdci h rSif Jo ffch6 Eastern 1tucJyO Normal School He made a splendidSii perintendent and his resignation will necessitate the election of his successor in November We hope the Democrats will nomi nate a man with a clean record one whose character for honesty and sobriety is known through out the State Bakerton As I have not seen any thing from this place for a long time thought I would give a few items Circuit court commenced at Burkesville last Monday with Judge Carter at the helm His e hewing to the line and letting the chips fall all around Lloyd Coffey one of Whales burg best citizens deid the 17th He had been sick for some time and death was not unexpected James Cole was here to day shopping Jim says he hasnt been well for some time was a large crowd in 1There laat Monday an dII some horses changed hands fancy prices H C Parrish bought a buggy fodr Misses Maude and Myrta Cole t Mina and Willie Wood were here last week shopping llVlisses Mittye and Lidia B Glidewell Amelia and Willie Parrish andj My tra1 Cole spent Saturday night atS T Irvins Mesdames Mary Glidewell Maude Irvin Minnie and Susie Baker Misses Mattye and Loui Glidewell Amelia Willia and Stella Parrish visited at Mrs Lela Smith s last Tuesday J C Winfrey of Irvins Store J and Lloyd and Winfrey Becks Store were here on business Wednesday There was several of the col lIege boys that paid their parents a visit last week J R Parrish moved to How ards bottom last week Uncle Bill Melton moved to EI R Youngs last week Mrs J D Goff has gone toI MIIThe Str Rowena has made her last trip until it rainsIMr and Mrs J F Lloyd and daughter Mrs S T Irvin and Bettie Jane visited Dr A A Strange at Martinsburg Ky a few days ago- Drummers have been very scarce lately Stoakly Black MillIingan mfg Co pf Louisville were here Thursday heYr brother G W Dillon at Breeding this week The new telephone line is a dandy If you want to hear the news just take down the receiver W S Neathery went to see his father last week who has been very sick The measels has broken out in the Brush Creek country guess they will get scattered all around here W C Melton the barber haJ moved to Brushcreek Rev Joe Goodnian reached at Howards Bottom fhurch last Sunday and qthere twS a small crowd out J A lParrish of Amandaville VV if i HasoiLv T ParnaBr Tuesday lrrh asoline Cumberland has rVaVT quit Obeys river ana gone to Burnsid 3 to haul freight wfi le the water is too low fqthe steam boats Hatcher J T Campbell sold a team of twqyearcljl mules to Cal Hor for 320 Marvin Simpson sold two year ling mules to WIJRedman I for 170 4 C B Turner bought one mare from Mrs Maggie Turner form A W Miller sold twenty hogs to our stock dealers for ten cents per pound receiving something like 400 forthebunch Mrs Martha Prescott an age lady of this place fell and dis located her shoulder broke her arm at the elbow and sprained her Wrist last Tuesday She was emptying a pail ofJ ashes when she fell Dr Kelsey was hur riedly summoned inland admr istered to her needs The Taylor County Bapti Bible Institute held its first re union at the Baptist church at Elkhorn Thursday and Friday A great deal of interest was manifested R H Turner after Navin taught a very successful at Mannsville has schoolI his post of duty here ville has furnished more public school teachers than any other point in this section Several of the pupils have entered school at preparethemselves for the future- i Miss Katherine Hatcher is CreekIJ L Turner rof the firm of mornIingforhe will undergo a treatment for rheumatism He has been a su ferer for some time and expects to be benefited by the curative baths and waters of that accompaII beenIIis making this trip on the advIc of her doctor Mr William Ledbetter and family of Ruso N D who have been visiting relatives in this county for a few weeks turned to their home last Tuesda He is making good in his North ern home His brother Andrew will leave for the same point next week Mr T L Mardis one of the most substantial citizens of our county has moved to some other place to make his home ye r gret to loose him and his esttm ble family Mr Robert Banister of Leba non was in this community last week prospecting Mr J L hones sold one mare to JW Guinn for 190 Anew telephone line has be installed from this place to Road ville with nineteen boxes It is in operation twentyfour hours each day The prospects are flattering for three mail lines to this place The people in gene al want an exchange Mr Joe Kelsay Elkhorn has been very low with tuberculosis fox some time Mr Rufee Cook deputy asses S or of this county died last Thurs day night Mr Cook was a n dad YOuhgtman whO had belnlle J successful in accumulating = this worlds gOodsIC u iJr 0 M Kelsay represent aivieih Legislature from thisdis trict returned home last week He had several good measures introduced but it is supposed that they met the same fate as other good bills He made a notdto cy Mr TrP Wilkerson Lemmon Bend has been confined to hisI bed several weeks withrheuma tism The farmers are ahead with their farm work A greater ef fortis being made for crops than usual The acreage of tobacco will almost equal that of other more needed crops dJohn Peterson our genial jail er is going to raise four acres of tobacco in the town limits of CampbellsvilleMiss who has been confined to her bed several days is convalescing and her friends nhope to see her mingling with them soonIstBorn to the wife of Pelly Johnston last Tuesday morning a son Mother and child doing well and iatherdhappyanother Democrat formerlyggo is visiting his fathers fam ily IA vote will be taken in Camp bellsville soon to get the sense of the peoplejon a graded school There seems to be very little op theeschool feelassured that it will carry bya large majority eskthe Oaks adjoin ing the Meadow Creek district The latter district will lose about thirty pupils cutf a great gash one of his feet It is very painful and it will probably keep him confined rseveral months Singler Bros dealers in finish ing lumber have incorporated They expect to increase the out putof their plant The demand lis greater than they can supply Mr G W Peterson president of the Campbellsville Woolen Mills has moved to his farm at Mannsville Dr Ben Vaughan who has professionYat Mannsville is going to locate in LouisvilleMrs BuchananLebanon- is visiting relatives and friends in this county for a few days Pheonix Arizona 1910eEditor News aIn your issue of March 9th I am made to say in speaking of the cold weather here that the mer cury several times ran down 20 below which should have been 20 above We have no zero weather in this valley the low est recorded temperature as i abovehnow clotheddn living green and the odor of the orange blossoms fills the air Alfalfa and grain are knee high home grown vegeta bles of nearly all kinds are on the market and strawberries will be in a few days This isa good country perI haps as good as can be found this side of that heavenly one toj which We are traveling andvex pect to come where there will hj no more sad parting and f 1 i i 9 ae 0oo Suits for men and young men 0 All New Styles 0I 0o00000000000000000 LINCOLN DARE 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 care taken t6 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 WyWelch Mont he by William Welch Lincoln Dares t st 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 alLmViits V GOLD CHIEF w 7K- V I1Jt 2d IC E tThis fine young Morgan Saddle and Harness E Stallion will make the season of 1910at Amanda viiie Ky at 1000 to insure a living colt Money IE v due when colt is foaled or mare parted with n GOLD CHIEF is 5 years old about IS hands higha sealVtE brown and a full brother of 3ack pDiamonds the great show E tsand saddle gelding Golt Chiefwas bred by Me F Reid f Danville Kentucky 0 yv 15 This horse hS pr6yenlhimsejfra fine breeder ah fall of hb colts thatwefe sold brought fancy prices D Care will be taknto prevent accidents but not inresponsible should any occur t I7R1 VrF NtS ASA BAKER- Tnis r March 16 1910 v 71C 7fC7 1Ci i J where well neyer say goodbye M With best wishes to thees x t 1 L and all its readers I am Sincerely Yours itfLBr Lyon Y ttf f j r j i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 a bst rrar rx fx ON A 7t 1t1l w Mr B F Chewning spent SuMsyat- me V i Mr A G Norris was her a few ytays ago T t Mr Sam Lewis was in Louisville two iays of last weekia V ol Y Mr Tim Cravens rent6yertb Camp bellsville today Miss Ruth Paull wasq ultersick sever al days of last week v Mr 01 N Coffey returned from the Market last Friday morning Capt John W Webb of Russell county was here last Friday Miss Rohbie ejhandlejris spending this week with MiBvvRojitti Hurt tIMiss Margaret Walker of Nell visit ed id Columbia the first of the week Mr G W Dillon and his son Frank were here last Friday from Breeding Mr M Rey Yarberry was at home from Louisville from Friday until today Mr Walter Goff who has been quite tick at the Columbia Hotel is improving Mr Jas Garnett and Mr W B Patteson are in Greensburg on special business Mr Robert Reed of the Reed Hard ware Company is in Louisville this week purchasing supplies Mr C J Yager representing the Frieldman Shelby Shoe Co St Louis was here one day last week Mr E W Reed writes from Mar tinsville Ind that himself and Mr R H Durham continue to improve Mr J C Sims of the firm Sims Bros Campbellsville was in Adair county seyeral days of last week it rejportedsee over many Mrs W E Jeffries of Vaughn New Mexico is spending a few weeks with her mother sister and brothers this place Hon Geo Nell left for Martinsville Ind last Friday on a health seeking t rHe will be absent several weeks Mr Robt Young wife and children and Mrs E L Feese and childr- et r Visited Jat Pellyton last Saturday aid SundayMrs Nannie Flowers who is in a infirmary at Louisville continues to improve but she is not expected home fortwo weeks Mrs W J Callison is spending this week with Cane Valley relatives and will leave for her home in Middlesboro t at the close of her visit Miss Nona Powell will spend several weeks with friends in Greensburg Campbellsville and Bradfordsville Sh left Columbia this morning I Mr Marshall Yarberry who lives out of town and who has been in a low I state of health for two months was reported greatly improved last Sunday t Mrs Lucy A Carter of Turners ville Ky who has been visiting her t brother Eld ZT Williams and other relatives in this county returned home today t Mrs T H Curd left for her home in Middlesboro last Wednesday morning She was accompanied by Mrs Sallie Walker who will spend a month in the Queen City of the mountains Mrs M Cravens who was with her husband in Louisville for a week re turned home last Friday She left Mr Cravens improving nicely and states that the surgeon said he could come home in about four weeks Mr G P Burress who hasaccepted a position with the Buchanan Lyo Company Campbellsville was with his family here the first of the week In a few days Mr Burress will remove his family to Campbellsville where will permanently reside May attend them successII Mr B F Lawless and four weekien less was detained here on accountof two of his children breaking out with measles They are about well and the fewJ1 days Commissioners Sale ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY Strong Hill Plff against xI In Equity Eliza c Left l By virtue of a judgment and order sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered a the January term 1910 in the above i cause for the sum of 9314 with inter est thereon at the jajte of 6 per cen per annum from the 1st day of June 1903 until paid subject to a credit of 170 paid Sept 27th 1903 and 4960 costs herein 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Colum v sbi AKyy to the hightst bidder at f public Auction on Monday the 4th 7 r l- 1 f April1111r Joic1t Ia fthe ab JJ1I bemfP Coun Cotrrtft a eredi of sixVmonwietfie follow ifing described property to wit Two certain tracts of land thjerst containing 12J acres and the second thMmee Coffer for sale the 70 acre tract Men tioned and described in the petition or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy the J A Diddle for the sum of 175 wit interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 22nd day o January 1887 until paid subject t the following credits viz 75 paid May 13th 1894 20 paid May 13th 1901 and 70 paid March 13th 1906 an 4960 costs herein Said third tract will be sold upon the same terms as the first two tracts Reference is made t the judgment and order of sale fo complete description and boundry of the three tracts of land ordered to be sold The third tract will be sold in such way as to leave the dwelling another d buildings unsold selling the land farthest from the dwelling unless it requires the whole of said tract to pay said Diddles debt interest andcosts or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made But if there is a remainder of the land unsoldafter the payment of said Did files debt interest and costs The remainder will be sold subject to the homestead right of Eliza Dudley and theinfant children For the purchased price the purchaser with approval surety must execute bond bearing legal interest from date until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment W A Coffey Master Commissioner was see OOOB0800080BOOOOO080808080BIE380E I get bad eggs for I- W when she t- Q You examine Insurance Companies and you Candle Eggs but after it to the of you know is good the Sell That Kind Highly Appreciated I wish to extend my thanks through the columns of paper to and me a I got more any in the hospital appreciate them all Respectfully Mrs Flowers Mr W L the wellknown stock man makes his announcement in The News Creelsboro wasein ourtown last Friday busi ness John Bledsoe bought a cow roiri Doc Barnes foriaO Jim Petty was in town on business last Friday Bottomlooking for a work r Surveyor Leach was doing some work in Rock house bottom last E Buster purchased a near Glensfork last weekt Miss Dora Mann some better a two week illness spendingna few days in Wells Bottom with Miss Ina Bledsoe IBorn to the wife of Luther Miller 1l15 pound sort the 24th inst Misses Jennie arid Pearl Ross were in townshopping Thurs day TarterII f Wevare having ideal we and the farmers are getting of their plowing done The prospect for wheat not very good in this list last week atnew barn Mr Ira Car ter IS doing the i Mr Oscar inr was here last week looking after his timber business 1 tf tr J r fT JudgetL13Jhei dhaPJU Ji ed taatery painful accident by falling from ome hayWhichwas in his barn loft striking a pitch iork with his knee 4PHe is get along nicejyj and will soon be able to be out again Jamesh town on vasJthrough here last week buying veryJscarceMr Albert Cravens of Spring visitingrfriends and relatives here for a few days returned to Illinois last week accompanied by his brother Walker Mr T G WKite will move to his new residence right soon Dr Jones of Columbia called to J M Shepherds last week to a horse Mr Pete Adkins was visiting at Ella last Saturday and Sun dayR L Beard and wife V D Wheat and family were visiting the family of W G White last DpNT BLAME THE HEN IWhen you they were good laid them can can all isnt best demand kind Insurance that all time N MURRELL MILLER Columbia Kyg 1 3QB08E3HOHQESQE3e3r3BQHi38 HOBQHQ80 your each remembereddthan one certainlynNannie Grady today on horse week 0 farm is after tqerI is community sickterected work Bonial3uf ting Sunday We will soon be connected with the outside world with telephone having last week organized aJ company running from Sano to Coose Creek country iJohn Thomas has moved to J J Helton farm for the ensuing yearLawrence Bricker and Jim Piles bought a small buuch of fI f N ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR I If so we can furnish anything you may j need In rough or dressed Lumber Roofring Sash Doors and Blinds Columns= of every description Our stock of Siding 1Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould big is manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of any firm in this section of the State tPhone 44 i SANDTJBKY COMP ANY iCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY A White Oak timber of W HI Wheat price unknownI Mr Bill Shepherd while work ing on his farm last week was prizing at a stump falling hurt ing himself very badly He fell on a snag which took effect on the lower chest Dr Combest was called at once and he is get ting along nicely W G White and wife were crav1Ir Hobson started up his tim ber business near here last week giving employment to a number of men 0 A R Foley s saw mill was partly consumed by fire last Monday night rMr Arretus Cravens will leave next week for Bowling Green Ky to complete his business courseMr Doc Willings of Eunice was here last week on business J NOTICE h JORDAN PEACOCK I The bestbreeder in Kentucky will make thevpresent seasonat his home in Grady ville Ky at 1500 to insure a living colt sound and right I JORDAN has sired more colts than any horse in southern Kentucky and his colts are the ones that bring more money any others they are the colts that the farmer gets his own for they are the colts that the lovers of fine horses from thanI States come to this country to buy they are the ones that put other stallions out of business in this country JORDAN is the horse that has stood the test and has proven to be the best He is the only horse in this country that ever sired a colt which sold I for 70000 at2 years old There have been a number of JOR DANS colts that sold for from 300 to 700 and a number of them 3 year old and over sold for from 500 to 1000 Has any other horses colts in this country sold for half of these prices If they I have some one will please say something about it through the columns of the News I want to know where they are Dont let the other feller make you believe their horse is as good as JORDAN for you know it is not Bring your mare to JORDAN and get a colt I and a good one t HIOHWAVMy fine Jack HIGHWAY is4 years old and is the best Jack I have ever seen in Adair county He will serve a limited number of mares at 1000 to insure a mare with foal Plug mares wiH not be bred to this Jack All care taken to pre vent accidents but not responsible should any OCcur Money due when mares are traded or removed from the neighborhood Feed at cost or pasture at 50c per weekkrWLGrad h tjif ij1 Lk I tfy 1Itr rfl iW 7 t I j y r1 v www wwwwwww rSAY FARMERS LOOK OVER Your old Corn Drills and other Ma= chinery and see what repairs you need this Spring The Drill Companies have discontinued commission repairs f so get your repair order in now so as to save Express Charges When you bring in your Repair Order r dont forget to look at our immense 4 stock of Corn Drills Manure Spread = 4ersHarrows Cultivators and general of Farm Supplies of every lineII THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE III I 2 2 O 9 Baron Rythniic 1HomeStandard and Registered Vol No 18VBARON RYTHMIC is a brown stallion 15i hands high 3yearsold absolutely sound with the best of eyes feet and leggy He is a horse of wonder ful substance and finish in fact he has all of the qual ifications of highclassed harness horse and beyond a doubt is one of the best bred ones that ever made his appearance in this section of the State as i s shown in his breeding below BARON RYTHMIC 47139 by Rythmic 41636 record 206rsire of 4 including Rythmic Bel 215 and Mamie the Heiress 2191 Rythmic by Oakland Baron 31586 record 209i Oakland Baron by Baton Wilkes 4758 record 218 he by the renowned George Wilkes BARON RYTHMICS dam the Cloudless by Arion 18000 with a record of 207 at a 4year old the only harness horse in the history of the world that ever sold for 125000 tioneer Arions dam Manette by less dam Cloudlet is thedam of W 1tthe dam of Reamer Boy 2293 11winner 1worked Iscare to prevent accidents but will jiot be responsible should any Occur LEE S SMITH Columbia Ky tt n M r Ar it 6 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS IHIIA-i II 1 t tI HOBUCH BROS i WELtEMDORFF 7fY INCORPORATED Successors to Hubbuch Bros i X An Old Firm IB a New Garb t We are the same people as strong as ever before The same strong management the same reliable business Methods are the pil tars of all our transactions Yourheeds in TJ 1I CARPETS RUGS DRAPERIES FLIP E WALL PAPER 71 t Will be taken care of in the consciencious mann r areyerbefore v HUBBUCH BROS A WELLENDORFF LOUISVILLE KY 71 522522 W MARKET ST Dehler BosJ 116 E market St Bet 1st Brook Iiouisville Kentucky Get our- Quota tion on ELI WOOD FENCE Before you buy We Will save you MONEY JiWitteWAGOn MATE Telephone Phones Zee 4 e e + + + + +++ U HARDW S Pres J COCKE Pres DIETZMAN Sec WHP tyne MilleESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1889 MililiWIGJ4TS fl1CJ1I1S11STZ DEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS SAW MLISjGRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 T KTeeNTfiMftlN LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS J Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED ti IAJJ Kinds of Machinery Repaired Ii I a lkr 0 Kvc rs s e BLINDS O 1 PAY mii 2167 Both ii t Sash and Door House 1t7 si In the South Send your orders to us for prompt and good goods f We them v i E L e HUGHES INCORPORATEDs Sash Doors Mouldings Columns Porch Material e Stair Work Interior Finish Etcr t1Largest Wholesale e shipments appreciate I t GO Blinds 211215 E Main Street- LOUISVILLE KY 1 f m Fifth Avenue Hotel S PIKE CAMPBELL MGRif4 r si Refurnished Redecorated andt modied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu II i lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale V J EFf FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE r fFIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN AND WALNUTSTREETS ji Louisvillef CourierJournaliilloth i c lJf rtij l l leImLMjri f The weather is very pleasant here at this writing and the farmers are making good use oft Mr L A McClure isjveryfsick at this writing Mrs M F Helm of Denmark moved near this place one day last week Miss Nora Blankenship was shopping in Creelsboro one day last week Miss Nettie Helm is visiting at the home of Mr H B Helm this weekMr Marcus Wooldridge of this place was in Creelsboro one day this weekeMr Marcus Wooldridge bough of Mr E Dunbar a mule price unknown Mrs W J Perkin of Ono is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs H B Helm of this place at this writing Mr L P Helm and wife spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs M F Mr HelmIwas in our midst last Saturday Milltown Prof R 0 Cabbell of Joppa has been teaching a cless here in vocal music for the past ten nightsOur town was full of traveling men last week Mr Edwin Hardwick County was in our midst sev ral days of last week Mrs Pate Thomas left for Corbin Ky last Wednesday where she will visit relatives an friends for several weeks The entertainment given here last Saturday night by the members of the Christian church of Mt Gilead was largely attended and was amusing and interesting from start to finish Brownjling There will be a Methodist Missionary meeting here next Satur day and Sunday The singing here last Sunday conducted by Prof R 0 CabI bell was very entertaining Miss Hulse daughter of Pre siding Elder Hulseis teaching a LsCaldwells She is getting along nicely with her work Mrs Watkins is having a new built on her farm nea is placeISeveral of the younger set ar attending the singing school at Gilead this week I J T Mercer bought a milch cow from Dan Curdof Horse Cave for 85 F D Cobb was in Campbell ville last Saturday and Sunday visiting his sister Our town is on the boom We have 4 stores now We may have electric cars soon Ella The health of this community is not very good at this writing We are having some Pvet warm weather at this time an the farmers are getting ready for corn planting Lawrence Bricken sold a cow and calf to Mrs Adkins for 40 Mrs Sbpha Smiley who ha been sick for some time ris not ranYbetterllt this writing wife of Mr G r- 1Ike on4the 33bha girl l i Yi r t l- iJ r Miss Matra 3Dillingham and iss Lillie Htrdwick of Neats f burg were visiting Miss Lizzie Abrell last Tuesday Mr J IB Abrell lost a fine work horse one day last week Messrs Walter and Oscar Sin clair of Pellyton passed through here en route to Columbia one day last week There will be meeting at the Gooden school house Easter Sun day conducted by Bro Joe Fo ley The little son of Mr Tom Ric visited at his grand fathers Mr T J Hardwick last week Mr Joe B Neat and family were visiting Mrs Neats moth r Mrs Margaret Williams last Saturday night and Sunday IMr Tom Rice was visiting Mr T J Hardwick last Sunday plMrwere visiting at J B Abrell last Saturday night and Sunday Saved a Soldiers LifeIFacing death from shot and shell i the civil war was more agreeable to A Stone of Kemp Texas than facing it from what doctors said was cousump tion I contracted a stubborn cold writes that developed a cough thatJ stuck to me in spite of all rememdies for years My weight ran down pounds Then I began to use Dr Kingsj New Discovery which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For coughs Colds LaGrippe Asthma Hemorrhage and lung trouble its suI j freelIMarch has brought us som pretty days and farmers are making the plow go every day that is suitable Mr Matthew Akin and famil dyday Rev John Roach is our pastor at this place now and we trustc he may have success in leading the people to a higher lifeiRev J N Waibert has been our pastor for the last two years and we are sorry to give him up t We highly recommend him t any church as one who seems t try to lead all the right way Mrs Hettie and Mrs March- RuAa were visiting at C Roberts one day last week Mrs Cynthia Coomer was nisi HarriebJanes one day last week j People at this place are abou- to get their telephone line comI pleted Miss Minnie Coomer and littleI visiTorirWednesdaye The bright sunshine days have Iemadeof new life again People at this place have com n enced planting their gardensj Misses Amy and Estella Ham ilton were visiting at Mr Noa Akin last Tuesday nightI There is a great deal of sick ness at this placeiMr Willie Flatt and family were visiting at Mr Bob Rowes last Sunday and also Mrs Harri et JanesFrank the little son of Mr GeorgeJaneshasbeed i Stubborn As Mules Are liver and bowels somestim seem to balk without cause Then Isn digestion Nervousness Headache But such tr DeIPondenCYI fore Dr Kings New L worlds best Stomach and dy SoY 25c IU UllJC9 1 r Rowena fiTI iiIFarmers are busy sowing oats clover grass seedetc Our merchant Mr Theo Mc Farland left Jast Sunday for Louisville Miss Martha Murray an effici ent young music teacher of Sew ellton is teaching a class in music at this place Mr and Mrs Tompie Goodman of your town are in our midst Mr Goodman is taking ofeAlbanyMiss Stella Stephenson of this place has returned from Cincin nati where she has been taking a few lessons in millinery We are informed that she will assist in a milliner shop at Albany Dr J I McClendon of this ace left last week to be at the MSinIburg nThe wife of Mr Lige Humble is suffering from a painful injury ofewrists with a nail AIIIin our midst thisIwas from her home a few days of last week visiting friends We are improving our tele neweputting in missing posts generaliMarried on the 13th inst Miss Kenya popular oung lady of Lula and the groom is a prominent citizen of informIIside near Monticello We join their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life O Gadberry communityopresentoMessrs Hollis Morrison and visitingaSundayIMaster Ray Pierce was the MonttSunday Mr Z L Bennett and children Gadterrys Mr R T Gadberry and family were visiting the formers broth er Mr Jimmie Gadberry of Saturdaya IMr Charley Green who has fortio Mr George Morrison and RIIGadberrys last Sunday washe rte in our t issue is improving at this writting Mrs Mary Gadberry and daughters Ida and Helen were visiting at Mr J G Gadberrys last Sunday Mr Alvin Loy and family of Fairplay were visiting the for mers mother Mrs Lou Loy at nightnMrs Jasper Gadberry is improving at this writing Mr J W Pierce and family were visiting the family of Mr r8John Henson last Sunday oneipr e 75 Mrs Margaret Bennett who has been very sick is better at this writing 3i i e li f 7 I f trdjilMIBSOUTH BOUND LEBANONCMN 23 815 am 1904asr II 79505 pm 740 pNo 21 1100 pm 100Yo 93630 pm 9OOpMy BOUNDIBNx LouiavniJBis It 024648am 7 0aato l8732un 10d5a 0284 pm 6 5pm r t jk 10 22 6 pm 815 par- 1o 5Noaa r WILMORE HOTEL w fII WILt WOB Prop t FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esGKftDYIHLLe KYi IS D CrenshawI Special Attnetin t Ejes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 40J I Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK a IIDr D S Iunbar sEentigtOF- FICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA kENTUCKY Joseph H Stone Attone Y At Law fjf Will Ara nice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky j DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Diseases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes iOFFICE Located in barn back of ITaip cock Hotel J The rt a Adair 1 5StfNews And COurierjournal Jiil 1 YearFor iWI 150 j ir Daily CoiffiepJojirnill Three Months l And the NewsI7S Subscribe Htow tIK f ifei 0 i i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i I IiiWomen Suffer T diuforrelieve headache backachepain in the side and dizziness arising from deranged organs It does more writteniii iiiIAKECARDUI 37 Will Help You Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed I had been suffering with numb spells ever since I was 16 years old One day I saythatba long and fair trial toButAT ALL DRUG STORES Dirigo Dogs are still sheep killing but if the neighborhood would follow the example of S B Coomer and Cager Burks I am sure it would stop sheep killing for awhile The above parties succeeded in killing three dogs and wounding the fourth last Tuesday night The young folks stole a march en A M Petty last Saturday might They gathered in there for a social and although it was a surprise to the family it was a very enjoyable affair Miss Polly Harvey Gradyville visited relatives here last Sun day Mr John Mosby Sparksville was here last Saturday Mrs R L Campbell and little daughter Fay have been on the sick list for the past few days A but are better at this writing- J R Royse who has been sick for the past three or four months was taken worse again last Mon day but is some betternow J M Campbell did business at Columbia last Tuesday- A new telephone line running from Cumberland county by here and on to Sparksville has been completedJ Campbell has been on the sick list for the past few days Mose Wooten and family are visiting Mrs Wootens parents at Bliss this week Our water supply is steadily in 7i creasing Matthew Wooten G C Campbell J M Campbell and J W McClister have recently had wells dr i edL Owensby The health of this community is not very good at this writing Rev A Beck of Wayne county was here recently He informed the writer that he had purchased property at the Russell Springs and would locate there in the fall Bro Pangborn delivered a very interesting sermon at Beth el SundayMrs Oaks wife of James Oaks is in a very critical condi tion at present 1 FL The prayer meeting at Bethel has opened up and nSictff fare for a good meeting At the sale of the late Sam Longon the 15th thins sold rather low Mr Gee traveling salesman eut of Louisville for the Belknap lr a Hardware Co was here last week Mrs J H Bargers health is not very good at this writing Mrs Edan Owens and Miss Parthena Long visited Idell Sims one day last week Mr M L Owens has one o the nicest and most uptodate poultry houses in the country He takes a great delight in show ing any one through it and ex plaining to them Mrs Mary and Miss lone Bar ger were the guest of Miss Idell Sims recently D G Grider wife and son Paul visited the family of Frank Lapsley Sunday Mr Oliver B Harvey and Miss Nona Selby Mr A H Garner and Miss Cora Murphy were all married at Rev Thomas Hadleys SundayMrs W T Sharp and children Jamestown passed here en route to her sisters Mrs Mary Hud dleston near Crocus Mrs Zura Aaron and daughter Mrs Eller Cundiff visited Mrs Valeria Grider one day lastI weekMr Pemp Haynes of Esto has four daughters who attended the public school last fall sixC months every day not missing a single lesson Something remark able for one family Lee A Lawless has moved into his new house G C Reese and family visited the family of Edd Lawless Sat urday night C CHol1r is erecting a new barn J W Sims has kept apples all winter and still has a few J R Holt while burning sedge one day last week the fire get ting beyong his control did con siderable damage burning a haystack valued at 20 fencing and some more things Mr Marcus Phelps lost a good cow last week Uncle Flem S Carter wife andsister Mrs Acree had their pictures made on the 11th his birthday He is 100 his sister 96 and his Wife 68 a remarkable group indeed Wonder what has become ofj the Big Elm man We would like to hear from himthrough the News Mr A S Chewninghas secured the services of Jim Davis of color an ex perienced handle of horses one of the best drivers and trainers in the State He will be ready to receive stock for breaking at MrChewnings barn this place the first of April Charges r onable i8 4tealI Obituary The death angles visited the home of Mr and Mrs John Brockman and claimed their darling little daughter Pearl Kean She was born September the 7 1909 and died October the 24 1909 She was the idle of her father and mother and a bright little girl She leaves a father mother and a little sister to mourn her loss but while it is our loss it is her eternal gain God says Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven- A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved so well A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled Farewell little Pearl we must lay thee In the silent grave embrace To rest there with the Savior Till the resurrection morn This was only a sad seperation but again we hope to meet you over on the other shore Dear Pearl thy memory rest with us and yet we miss thy loving voice Good bye little Pearl we will meet you some sweet day there to live with Jesus forever where there will be no more farewell Her little body was laid to rest Wefour to the bereaved father mother andI little sister Her loving Emmer Jane Brockman Jamestown Ky How Good News Spreads- I am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters be cause 1 owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy TryI them Only 50c Satisfaction is posi tively guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Pavement Philosophy There is always a man higher up Its a long face that has no smileThe plays the thing if its a gameThen too there is the pessiJ optimistClothes do a lot for some people and ruin some others Love makes the world go round with its arm in a s1ingIYea even a boiler may hammer at the door of fame Its a poor rule that wont work any way you want it to There wouldnt be so much alimony it there were more alibi When some women dont figure well it is on account of the figures Some auto traps are not notjce able while some others are pretty noisy Choose the lesser of two evils but always dodge both ofem if you can The wit of the average after dinner speaker is usually crowded out with other good things Many a happy youngster will be able to tell you who has the north pole on Christman morn ingNo wonder the ememies of Dr Cook are on nettles while heisl in hiding iheioajijhe might bob up wIth anotbar le- The road to may be paved withood i nsutm- ost travelers ntions are more or l ithey go along Farm Notes Keep chick free from mites Be sure that the hens are pro vided with a dust bath A lazy hen will soon be a sick hen Make her stir around Warm milk is better for fowls than that which is very cold The croon of the thresher is part of the worlds popular musicGet as much painting as possi s ble done before winter setsin a Too heavy feeding is apt to cause breaking down among the poultryTruck teams used in the large cities are mated as carefully as coach teams There is good in all breeds but it is true that while all arc good some are better When pigs are growing grazing is important and is conducive to health andprofit- Time in live stock breeding is one of the most costly factors that enters into the business New corn is not a safe feed for fowls of any kind Let it get fairly seasoned before you begin itThere is no short cut to success t thanIelseThe water used in the barn and for cleansing the milk utensils must be absolutely free from con tamination 0 A decrease of from 10 to 50 percent in milk yield follows ex posure at this season or any other for that matter The dairy industry is one of the large industries and in valu1 ation when dairy cattle cluded ranks first Potatoes are good for swine but they are best when cooked and mixed with some meal into a mash and fed warm Be careful of the brood mare as foaling time draws near Light farm work will not hurt 71 her if you use good judgment No person having any communicable Idisease or one caring for person who have shall be allowed to handle the milk or milk uten it sils iThe use of any preservative or coloring matter in butter or milk is an adulteration and its use is sufficient cause forthe exclusion g of the product from the market r If you wish to kill an ever green tree girdling will do it If fou wish to avoid the labor of girdling there is an easier meth iod let the poultry roost in the branches There is no better time thani before youll need it to build a feed floor for that bunch of shoats It certainly will not pay ito shovel corn into a muddy feed yard this winter More hogs are being raised in Colorado that for some time and it is predicted that it will not be long before the state will supply a large portion of its own consumption of pork Old over fed under fed or neglected breeding stock can never profit the owner The eggs are few and weak or infer tile If the egg dont hatch it isnt the fault of the egg but of the duck that laid it or perhaps the man that failed to care for the duck that laidit t v A i I want to buy from 200to SOOcedar or locu t post cs arrlI i XSC gi a000000C tfk WEEKLY I COURIER JOURNflL I HENRY WATTERSpN Editorr ItlsasNaoional Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news withoutJi fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r i BOTH ONE YEAR o- I L fOf 150 I jfi Tots will give or send your order to this papernot to the Courier Journal IIrate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper I E FRANK CORCORAN II- ll v h Gradeedt Marble 9 Granite Cemetery work See US before of all kind you Represented by CG JEFFRIES in buyiadjoining counties Main Street Lebanon Ky EITCOSTS NOTHING v Env= wWITHt 7iv Q Paul Smythe Lawyer REAL ESTATE AGENTUnw Columbia Ky 15 HimiOffice in GarnettBuiding over Post Office IE lc Town Property and Farm Lands For Sale lll BUILDIMOIf Repair t See our Stock of Rough and Dressed Lumber We can fill f Your Order on SHORT NOTICE k Custom Work a Specialty t GRIDER MORRISON GOODMAN Columbia entuckYfpnONESMiII19 F Res 324 323 and 5Q A J ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ONE DOLLAR A YEAR J t xna J I I r 1 8 Id y THE ADAIJtlCOUNTY NEWS c Gradyville Sam Mitchell and Frank Win ffreY of Columbia were herethe first of the week Mr Geo W Flowers and fam ily of Columbia spent last Sun day with their father a t thisl place k iUGeorge Atkins and sonof- Milltown were here last Friday Messrs W W Yates and J p A Diddle spent one night last- week at Portland J A Diddle sold J F Pendle ton a nice bunch of cattle at 30 pet head Messrs Durham and Anderson of Greensburg were here last week looking for cattle Mr Alfred Parson our upto date mill man informed your reporter a few days ago that there were plenty of nice fish in the creek and that he was having fine success fishing Mrs W M Wilmore and daughter visited relatives at Blissone day last week Mr Deering of Campbells ville was here a day or so last week and bought about all the lambs in this section for future delivery at 06 per pound Mrs Millie Hill returned from Louisville last week where she bought a nice uptodate stock of millinery goods for this market and will have her spring opening April 2nd Everybody invited to attend Master J Frank Walker of Columbia spent several days X with his grandparents at this place last week Miss Sallie Diddle has been on the sick list for several days Mrs Permelia Grady one of the oldest ladies in this section is in a very critical condition at this time Mr John M Wilson who has been in declining health for some time does not improve very fast f Mr Titus Mercer of Columbia was in our midst last Saturdays Mr Pendleton one of 7sour businessmen was in our midst one day last week and informed us that he would grass about forty head of marjketo tvready to turn on at present The building committee for l the bank at this place is very anxious to see the work begin We predict that there will everal new buildings go up beI our town during the fall especially dwelling 4ousesI iThe work on Mr W M Smiths t Chouse is progressing nicely and from the outside appearance verywconvenient as well as comforta ble dwelling I r Died on the 24th Mrs Mary Flowers with a complication o diseases Aunt Mary was in her 88th year and a member of the Methodist church a christain in the truest sense While she had almost been helpless for a num ber of years she bore her afflic J tions with great fortitude and doubtless when the summons came she was ready Her funer al was preached by Rev W H Sandidge of Greensburg at the Methodist church at this place and the remains interred at th Union cemetery She leaves several children a n d grandchildren with a large number of relatives and friends to mourn 0 thairiloss JX 1 f 1 f J t T or Notice Stock Men J rtr REX PAULL l This celebrated young stallion will make the present season at our barn in Roley Ky and will be permitted to servea 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 Associationt Q40IdamIAll care will Be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur ROYAL PEACOCK- At the same time and place we will offer the service of Royal Peacock who is a combined saddle and harness horse eight years olda model in form and action He is the sire of some of the best colts in Adair county He will be permitted to serve maresfor 800 This is a rare opportunity to breed to this horse as you will probably never have another chance to breed for this small fee He was sired by Old Peacock owned by Thompson Bros Lebanon Tenn His first dam was Capt Harpers blooded mare by Young Clipper He will stand on the insure plan the money due when the colt is foaled or mare parted with or traded or so- ldBEAUCHAMPI Will make the present season 1910 at our stable at Roley at8Bo tp insure a living colt all right BEAUICHAMPHis mules were among the best in the county last year and brought top prices McFarlandsMoney 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 JQ F FThis fine Jack will make the season at the same place at 600 for a mare colt or 500 for a horse colt JefFis a coal black with white points and heavy bone and muscle This Jack has proved himself to be one of the finest breeders in the country Stockmen will do well to see this line of stock before breeding WOLFORD BROSr Mrs Polly Gupton of Eistl Fort spent several days relatives at this place last week H Russell Springs sistereMrs A R Humble of Somersett were called to the W Cdside of their mother Mrs Vaughan who is very ill V denf tal students of Cincinnati and Louisville are home f9ra few IIY s l Ara Wilson while in the llMrs a fine piano and it arrived here Friday Mr J D Grider has moved into the new Dose recently built for Mr Phelps Mrs Ermine Wilson is daily teceivirfg goods purchased by her In Cincinnati Columbiaewas in our town Wednesday- Mr John Marcum is now nicely situated in his new home Mr Ge orgepCIi 1his home near tltJ eJ Itie c Tuesday and was buried frpir the Baptist church the 23 BrosY Grider and Penny cuff conductedt the solemn services Dr Francis who has been here practicing dentestry for a few days left for Liberty Friday Mr F L Wilson one of our hustling merchants and post master is in Louisville this week Mrs Ara Wilson in her pleas ant manner entertained with a fine dinner Thursday Her guests being Drs Hatfield and Harris Mr and Mrs Daniel Wil son and Mrs Ermine Wilson Mrs Tin a Wells is very much improved being able to be about once more after several weeks of sicknessOurmillinersMrs Payne and Mrs Irvin have each received their fine stock of millinery goods Mr Arthur Stanton sold Mr Andrew Foley a combined horse for 125 rWebb insq pce man is st1PPlrtg atthe Wi fleY Hotel for istaV days 1 J J If r v t Absher Health of this community is very good at presentr Miss Annie Sharp returned home last Saturday from a few days visit at Elkhorn Misses Eula Martin and Emma Hardwick were visiting at John Martins Saturday night and Sun day Mr and Mrs Clyde Jones vis ited near Elkhorn and Knifley last Saturday night and Sunday z Mr Will Brockman spent Sat urday night with Mr Joe Bry antMr ElbertCooley and Miss Clara Robertson were visiting Mr Fred Humphress and sister Miss Sylvia Saturday mghtand Sunday V Ni r Mraijd MrsaxW A Hum phress were thl guest of Mr and Mrs Willie Humppress of near Cane Valley m9Jy last weeki Mrs MaryIkman and Miss Arva Ga t laW Sunday at Mr B ljm rtsons j ib t Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky fIS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker 1 Birdselli niiburn = =WagonsKcar load of Oliver Chilled Plows A carload of Disc Harrows Acar load o- fCultivatorsI One= Horse Corn Corn Planters Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade LIME SALT AND CEMENT A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisT- he Merchant Qreensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to j M 0OZ COLUMBIA BOTTLING COMPANY J r Columbia Kentucky O CONTRACT BOTTLERS OF O- OMY5COtAI I tG= Cola is made from the Original OjCoca Cola formula We also make a 4 zfullline of Pops and drinks including OOAnd the Leading Soda Pops O oflWillsonsMrs J D Weatherford last Sat urday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Stephen Absher of Cray Craft passed throug- this place last Saturdays en route to Knifley Mr Henry Cooley left last Saturday morning for Oregon Ee will probably be gone five or six monthsMr and Mrs Hardin Nanc- and Mr and Mrs Ode lawless of near Elkhorn were visifcing Mr W H Absher and sister last Saturday and Sunday Mrand Mrs Ben Thomas visited Mr and Mrs John Arnold Saturday andtSUiid y Mr MatthefflRolertson visiti 1 at Cuburg Kw edrefl1ve t t tv 1 1 f t One Hnndred Years Old On Friday the eleventh inst friends arid relatives to the number of sixty met at uncle Flem birthdayhaniversary Uncle Flem hasa sister in Adair county Nancy Acre who has passed her 95th post in the race of time who was present to add her partto the exercises Uncle moreeyearns yet and his friends willr eagerlywatch for the 11th of March 1910 The cullinary de partment way JMineiis hot half of that brought in was consumed9t Lets keep our Baskets inlorder for 1911v I Loot out Uncle F em for we are coming VeryRespectfully jas f f B7lkfl 1t ri p 1