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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4l I K 4 fJ bt 1bait f untpVOILJ- MF Ntmj f Yr Xl COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 131910 NUMBER 23 Points Regarding The Censns The census begins April 15 and must be completed in two weeks in cities and in thirty days in all other areas The enumerators will wear a badge inscribed United States Census 1910 The law requires every adult person to furnish the prescribed information but also provides that it shall be treat ed confidentially so that no injury can come to any person from answering the questions The President has issued a proclama tion calling on all citizens to cooper ate with the Census and assuring them that it has nothing to do with taxation army or jury service compulsory school I attendance regulation of immigration or enforcement of any law and that no one can be injured by answering the in quiriesIt of the utmost importance that th census of population and anculture in this state be complete and correct Therefore every person should promptly accurately and completely answer the Census questions asked by enumerators We Are Yours n The strongest and most appreciated evidence of confidence any business can receive is a large and growing patron age and especially the many who buy once and then come again and again It is a pleasure to us to say to the many readers of The News who have freely patronized us that the present season is one of our most active Every day every hour brings us the assurance of some one well pleased with our man ner of doing business and in recogni tion of such confidence and the anticipa tion of expanding business We have bought large shipments direct from the factories and know that we can save you money as well as furnish as good goods as can be bought any where We kave sought to meet the demands of this part of the state and no abatement in our efforts or curtailment in the ex penditure of money will letup until th climax of demand has been reached We have the largest and most aried stock of hardware leather goods vehicles r and farm machinery carried by any firm in South Central Kentucky and we are making it better all the time Not merelyfor the small per cent that conies to us but with pride and good will that is justly due that class of pee pie who make their wants and wishes known to us We appreciate your pat ronage We are ready to give substan tial evidence to this when you visit our store Respectfully The Buchanan Lyon Co Incorporated Campbellsville Ky Mr G A Young of Waterview Cumberland county will please accept the thanks of The News man for some few ears of the best seed corn we have seen for many years It is a large dent corn and as solid and compact as can be produced It may seem strange to some that any friend should present this of fice with seed corn and especially from an adjoining county but it is explained as follows The distribution of good seed to be of worth to the country must be made with an eye single to its reproduction in purity and vigor and of course the best farmers are select ed for this purpose In receiving this corn we acknowledge that it comes from one of the best corn secti9ns of Southern Kentucky from a country whose low lands never tire in producing and from a farmer whose cribs are bloated with the best of that fertile region every year In justice to the goodwill and good judgment of the donor we promise to plant it and give it proper cultivation on Burtons Ridge our homethe best section in Adair county Briefly statedit comes from the fertile bottoms of the Cumberland to be grown to perfection in the gar den spot of Adair countys highlands We have the largest and most com pIece stock of light vehicles ever qfed the people of Southern Kentucky Writ us for what you want or call and examine our line The Buchanan Lyon Company tf Central University and Georgetown College played their first of a series of games at Danville last Saturday It was exciting from the start and it took fourteen innings to reach a decision They were tied on the fourteenth inn ing whtn Central made a score The result was three to four in favor of the Central team Romie Jund of this place pitched for Georgetown 0 FOXES WANTED Red and Grey Foxes2OOto 2- 5OSuLrre1s50t0 1- 00CoonsThto 125 And Express W TUODGEN Box 233 Campbellsville Ky J A English sold the Cur jropty MondaVjnbrniugTijk0700 Action of the Fiscal Court The Fiscal Courtadjourned last Fri day after being in session 4 days A levy of 25 cents advalorum and one dollar poll was made for county pur poses and an adyalorum tax of five cents for road purposes and an adva lorum tax of 10 cents and a per capita tax of 25 cents for school purposes When the present officials came into office they found the county indebt considerably over one thousand dollars with no funds on hand to meet this ic debtsdness and the levy made at this session of court will pay all current expenses and also satify said indebtedness The day for wire fenceishere Write us for prices The Buchanan Lyou Co tf Preaching Next Sunday W H C Sandidge Greensburg- Z T Williams Roley J N Walbert Big Creek JR Crawford Edmonton J A Johnston Elroy- J H Rood Cane Valley J F Turner Mt Pleasant W J Levi Mt Gilead- J Menzies Mosbys Ridge B M Currie Columbia S P Stapp Mt Vernon T Ei Innis Pleasant Valley W B Cave Pleasant Ridge Do YoiiKnow That C R Hutchison is handling a goqd line of family groceries The Mc- Cormack Mowers Reapers and rakes The genuine Brown cultivators harirows double shovel plows bridles and harness whips and many things you need He will repair your harness Call at the John Jackman House Columbia Ky 233t Mr R T Baker Amandaville ar rived in Columbia last Saturday morning with nine registered flerriford cat tie four males and five females the finest stock that was ever exhibited on the square in this place One of the cows in the bunch was imported from England bred by J Price Pambridge Eng Several of the cattle are by old Britisher owned by Giltner Bros Em imence Ky i and cost 4000 After Britisher was decided to be the champ ion in England he vas brought to America and is the champion of this country He weighs 2835pounds Mr L D Potts who was with Mr Baker exhibited two cattle of the same stock a heifer and a young bull This bunch of cattle was purchased in Shelbyville last Wednesday the 6th inst at a com bination sale of Herrifords These cat tIe sell for 200 per head on the farm In buying fertilizer you should get the jest The Groves is the most popu lar brandused Call and see me 214t C E Young The attendance at the Citizens M eet ing was largely increased last Sunday afternoon showing that the interest is growing At the next meeting Sunday afternoon in May the secondI ditorium will likely bs filled pie At the meeting Sunday stirIringGovernor J R Hindman The meet ing was conducted by Eld Z T Wil llama The program for the May meet ing will be published later For cultivators The Original Brown and other good ones see The Buchanan Lyon Co You can get what you want or the same can be secured from C R Hutchinson agent Columbia tf Publishing a card o f thanks when sickness and death invades a home is out of taste and should not be practiced When death enters a home neighbors and friends never fail to do all in their power to place a silver lining back of the dark cloud and they do not expect neither do they desire to be thanked through the press When sickness comes friends know their duty and they do it cheerfully I want to give you prices on fertilizer 10 per cent potash 21t C E Young The dwelljng house recently built by Mr J Crit Yates a few miles south west of Columbia was consumed by fire last Thursday morning and all its contents Mr Yates was absent from home and when friends reached thIburning building his wife and were panic stricken No insurance and the loss is considerable The origin of the fire isunknown Imported Hermence one of the great est thoroughbreds that ever crpesed the Atlanticand the aire of the 1600- 0Hrmiswilmake the season atW E B adsbws training tab1zt te ex tremely low fee of 800 222t 1 r v In Memory On the 2nd day of April 1910 James C Pelley departed this life at his home near Pellyton Ky He was born and reared near the place where he diedo and was near 67 years old Mr Pelley was confined to his bed for many months and bore his affliction with remarkable fortitude and patience A few days before his death a beloved daughterand wife of Joseph Campbell was taken violently ill and soon diedc Her father had the casket that con tained the remains of his daughter brought to his bedside that he might see his loved one He calmly viewed the corpse without manifesting the least emotion and softly fell asleep He seemed to realize that he would soon be placed by her side in the bosom of mother earth He was a member of the TChristiangraveyard and was attended by sever l hundred people Funeralservices were conducted by Rev Wm Lemon who paid a high tribute to the deceased f J C Pelley was a good man and his death is a great bereavement to his many friends He was always ready to help those in distress and will longBbe remembered for his deeds of He leaves a wife two children and several grand children to mourn the irreparable loss they have sustained Peace to his memory N The meeting at the Methodist church will continue through this week Sun day night the church was crowded to- tsi utmost capacity showing that deep interest is being taken in the services preaching is strong the singing inspiring and the closest attention is given Staves Wanted SWeonehalf barrel stave bolts 27 inches long 4 inches clear of sap 12 inch on hart Elrod Co 214tIAttend the sale of Albert Jackman next Friday if you want to buy mules cattle hogs sheep and a good young horse The sale begins at 10 oclock at his residence 2J miles from Columbia on the Jamestown road N tice to Stockmen Red Bird Jr is fouryearold 16 hands high black with white hind feet he is sound in everyparticular and is a combined horse with as much style as any member of the great family of horses from which he sprung His dam is a grand sire of Cabells Old Lexing ton she is a saddle and harness mare with fine style It is readily seen that Red Bird Jr combines the blood of two of the greatest allpurpose family horse this cpuntry has ever had He was sired by Old Red Bird He is mak ing the present season at Springfield Ky at 4000 and is getting all the mares he can serve Red Bird Jr is one of the quietest and easiest handled horses you ever saw and as many people know he has never failed to win in every ring which he has entered 1 am offering you his services for 1000 to insure a living colt He has given great satisfaction for his service of breeding in 1909 I will give premium of 1000 in gold for the best colt that is foaled in 1911 I also have a fine Jack that will make the season at the same place at 600 for a mare colt and 500 for a horse coltI offer a premium of 500 in gold for the best mule colt that is foaled in 1911 The people of this section are well pleased with his colts Said stock will make the present sea son at my place one mile east of Breeding and known as the Wash Breeding farm Care will be taken to prevent acci dents but not responsible should any occur Inall cases money due when colt is foaled mare traded or removed halfIRupei Ky There will be two interesting games of base ball played onthe Lindsey Wil son campus next Saturday The first game will be called at 10 a m and the second at 2 p m Russell Springs will make an effort to defeat the Lindsey Wilson in the two games As they will be the first match games of the season a large crowd is expected to witness them i lAny kihIof farm implements can l e at The Buchanan Lyon Co They keep in stock exactly what you want tf IWIIIIt I Adcock = Barnetfc 4 A dispatch from Hopkinsville to the CourierJournal dated April 6 gives the following account of the marriage f a gentleman well known in Columbia At the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W E Adcock near Church Hill last night Miss Barbara dcoclcand the Rev E W Barnett were married the Rev J L Kilgore officiating They will reside in this ity Rev Barnett is the able young pastor of the Locust Grove and South Union Baptist Churches and his bride is one of South Christians most attractive girls NO 6769 REPORTOJ THE CONDITION OF HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK- AT COLUMBIA IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY AT THE CLOSEs OF BUSINESS MARCH 29790 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 77 256 85 Overdrafts secured and unsecur edr 2430 80 U S Bonds to secare circulation 25 000 00 onds securities tc 36 974 87 anking house furniture and fixtures 332500 Due from National Banks not re serve asensts 70 94 Due from approved reserve agents 25 20 Checks and other cash items 398 15 Ntes of other National Banks 800 00 Fractional paper currency nic- kleis and cents 14251 Lawful money reserved in bank viz Specie 10 539 00 Legaltender notes 1 500 12 039 00 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 1 250 00 Total 184894 82 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25000 10000iand taxes paid 2 60S 73 National Bank notes outstanding 24 600 00 Due to other National Banks unpaid Individual deposits subject to 40check v 12268609 Total 184 894 82 STATE OF KENTUCKY Vss COUNTY OF ADAIR J L E H Hughes Cashier of the above named bang do solemnly swear that the above statementis true to the best of my knowledge and belief EH HUGHES Cashier Subscribed and sworn tobefore me this 5th day of April 1910 G P SMYTHE N P A C Commission Expires Jan 24 1914 CORRECT Attest JOHN D LOWE Director J F MONTGOMERY Director HeNRY N MILLER Director Elsewhere in the News is a notice of the death of the wife of Mr A R Foley near Russell Springs She was a daughter of Mr Wayne Caffie who lives near Cane Valley and was married to Mr Foley about two years ago Jersey Sale We will offer for sale on April 20th 1910 at Greensburg Ky 30 head of choice Jersey cows The pick of some of the best dairy herdsnot a bad cow in the bunch all good Some with calves at side others to be fresh in 30 days To miss this sale you miss the opportunity of your life to get a good butter cow C T Bohon John A Hobson It Greensburg Ky Thomas Edwards charged with at tempting to assult a little daughter of Mr Thomas Rogers in the Pickett Chapel neighborhood was arrested in ofIpointed to watch over him until the day of the examining trial In a short time arenotIThe Buchanan Lyon Co has never been in better condition to meet the varied demands for farm machinery than at present tf i The wife ofAlbert Jackman a re spected colored woman who lived oh the Jamestown road one and a half miles from Columbia died last Thurs day night a victim of consumption Messrs J W Thompson Gaither Bryant Creed Hood and Drs J H Grady and E A Waggener are all the citizens of Adair countywho are known to have served in the Confederate army Mr E A McKinley will grind for all who wish every Saturday at his mill near Craycraft154m Mr Simeon Murrell who is building a njce residence on his farm two smiles frorivtown hope tohave it far enough ojiitieyay to remove to it in two or three w eks The uchtnan Lyon Company fa the place tf v In Behalf Our Schools RevJ R Crawford has announced that he would preach a speical sermon before the several schools of Columbia at the Presbyterian church on the morning of the fourth Sunday of April He desires not only to have the many pupils present but also the faculties and trustees The occasion will recognize the vast importance of the proper edu cation of our boys and girls and serve to increase an interest in our splendid growing educational institutions which should be the especial pride of every citizen Direct from the factory toThe Buc hanan Lyon Co If you buy from that firm you lave the profits of the jobber tf The Taylor County Baptist Bible Institute will be held at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Thursday April 28th 1910 Morning afternoon and night serviced Dinner on the grounds An interesting program has been prepared which will be published next week for Sale A barfgain Tim Cravens 232t In making up the paper last week Young Bros horse cut was untentially used in M A Mondays advertisement If you have failed to see the cut of Mr Mondays horse see the News of week before last I have two good work horses for sale 9 and 12 years old Bassett Hurt Ozark Ky Stock Items Bob Hancock sold a nice bay mare to 175CaneVa Joe Beard sold a milk cow to Mr Joe Smith of Dulworth for 36 Lytt Beard sold a nice young mare to J T Ranks for 210 and bought one from WH Pace for 81QO W S Bault sold a three year old mare for 175 to a Mr Jones Holmes cor 4fSing salesman out of Nashville a pair of ponies last week for 165 S S We can save you in the purchase of farm implements and furnish the kinds that have been approved by thebest farmers The Buchanan Lyon Company tf The Louisville Times of last Tuesday published a good picture of Uncle Flem C Carter of Esto Russell county who was one hundred years old the llthday of last March Strayed Seven black shoats will weigh about 65 pounds unmarkedleft my premises one week ago last Saturday I will re ward the one who furnishes me infor mation that will lead to their recovery 232t J W Walker Delivering chickens to the produce houses in this town is an every day business It is estimated that one thousand eight hundred dollars was paid out here last Thursday for fowls Monuments Etc Mr Geo A Smith of this place has accepted the agency for The F C Mc Com Granite Co Huntington W Va an old and reliable establishment one that turns out firstclass work for less money than any other reliable firm Mr Smith has a book showing all the ifferent designs andlpersdns who want to remember their dead will have no trouble in making a selection Mr Smith is one of Adair Countys most reliable men andsjarties need not be afraid that he will overcharge or mis represent his work He is now going over the county and if you have not placed your order wait2for him 213t The LindseyWilson boys have com menced practicing for Field Day which will be pulled off in May These exer cises in the past have proven to be very interesting Dont forget The Buchanan Lyon Company if you need aisubstaritial road wagon tf Attention is called to the statement of the First National Bank in to dayg paper Y Write icalVoii uM The 8uc1nik Ifriin Co CampbeikViile Stf S r t LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock I I CATTLE Shipping steer 500550 Beef steers 400450 Fat heifers and cows 325375 Cutters 325375 II Canners 100225 Hulls 275325 Feeders 375425 Stockers 350400 Choice milch cows 35004500 Common to fair cows 10002000 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 1055v Mediums 130 to 165 10 35 Pigs 8G51000 Roughs 985 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs 750850 Culls 300iOO Fatsheep 375425 Columbia Market POULTRY Eggs 16 Trukeys 10 Chickens 14 Ducks 9 GRAIN Wheat 125 Corn 90 rBidders Wanted The Committee is now ready to re ceive bids for a brick banking house at Gradyville Ky25x40 two stories Bids closed in thirty days C 0 Moss Elbert Nell J F Pendleton W M Wilmore J A Diddle t Com IMr A A Miller has rented and removed to the Judd property to the left of the Jamestown road three quarters of a mile from town House cleaning and refiting up your rooms is in order now also it might be well enough to see what Frank Sin clair has infurniture and carpets I have two residences to rent a two room cottage and a six room cottage 23lt N M TutL The wifeof Prof Parker Jackmonre ports to the News that she has one hundred and sixty young chickS nd has six hens setting To see our line of harness bridles and saddles means to find what you need The Buchanan Lyon Co tf rtImportant Notice All the stockholders of the Columbia Fair Association are urgently requested to be inthe Adair County News office next Friday afternoon at 1 oclock Important business is to come before the oody If you are interested do not fail to attend By order of the Presi dent Born to the wife of Simon Taylor- GlenvilleSunday the 5th inst a son Breed to The Best- DUKE OF ADAIR This fine stallion is making the pres ent season at my barn one mile north of Montpelier on Russell Creek TheTfee is ten dollars to insure a colt ten days old- Duke will be 4 years old in May a very dark bay with white hind feet 16 hands high fine style form and action and weighs 1000 pounds DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREEDuke is 4 years old in May a very dark bay with white hind feet 16i hands high has fine style form and action and weighs 1000 pounds He was sired by old Red Bird 1856 he by Cabells Joe Brown 1955 he by Cabells Lexington 3234 he by Grits Black Hawk Red Birds 1st dam Liza Griffin she by Bailys Dexter he by Cabells Lexing ton Dukes 1st dam by Hubble On Time 745f1 also have a fine jack fee 500 v 222t V M Epperspn The Buchanan Lyon Co Campbells ville hardware harness saddlery vehicles and farm machinery iff Take Notice Greensburg Ky April 7th 10 j38 Harris Columbia Ky Dear Sir I I wrote you last night to advertise my Jersey cow sale for April 16th Please changocit to read at 10 a mon the 20th of April Every cow has had the tuberculosis test applied and parties buying can be sure of getting healthy cows They are all good cO orsgOOdf strong well built showy cows bought fith milk and butter record and any man buying one of the eTrfiU leel ri T c ofbipurchase Yours v v John A Hobfoft J Y e p Ii 7 t I d J 114 i 2- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSt j Lattimore N C Editor News Since writing your columns your uncle has become a horny handed son of toil Weather is now ideal many have planted corn and the peach trees are in bloom We are in the theos of a political campain and 17 candidates are parading Cleve land county subject to action of v a legalized primary Your uncle is a Democrat but has a great horror of legalized methods n politics hence he is allied with the I 0 H Bs which be ring interpreted means Independ ent Order of Hill Billies The Hill Billy is very inert during primaries but comes loaded to his back teeth in the general elec tion The ring Democracy of Shelby holds the fort self evi dent that there is more Democra- Cy in the race for sheriff than in that of President and some very zealous McKinley Roosevelt and Taft Democrats are now clad in the purple of authority The Hill Billy regards the head of the ticket as the test of loyalty and he is changing things a few The real reforms i n politics will be wrought by the unterrified Machine politics is going to where the woodbine twineth arid every patriotic voter will say amen As for real Democracy I favor every tenet and tradition as enunciated by the sage of Mon ticello a government by the peo ple for the people and of the people But when it comes to follow ing the lead of some time serves who wants an office and will move heaven and earth to make one prosilyte I am a Hill Billy and of the most pronounced and woollynecked type By virtue of blood and environment I believe in the Holy Scriptures and accept the mes sage of Him who with some lowly fishermen and revenue of ficers in his train trod the burning sands of Galilee But for the ranting selfish fanatic who exploits some candidate because said candidate be longs to our church I cherish as much contempt as I hold for an Indian medicine man When a preacher no matter what his 11faith or order does that in my bailiwick there is something do ing among the Hill Billies It will be here observed that Northf Carolina has Statewide Prohibi tion For this measure I voted and it carried by 44000 majority- In the main results have been beneficient but recently a carni val of crime caused by drunken ness has swept these borders Last Friday a father and son took sundry hog drivers from contraband whisky and the son sf seriously stabbed his father On Saturday night a desperado had on a three story and basement jag and stabbed a blind boy All this happened within four miles of where I live On Sunday Easter a Negro was killed in a f drunken row near Shelby and on Saturday a white man was killed ir near same place 3n Monday rJ miles from where I live a very V dangerous man was killed in the f evening He had been a terror f+ when drunk for twenty years f and he was frequently drunk v B the jumped on a tallow i facedman and died with hisr boots on and died quick He was t Herculean in size and strength had shot and knifed several x meri and was adding to gayety t1 t l f f i r r ijiI r of nations by mauling onearm attachee of a livery stable when a mail carrier with a tal low face and a corporosity of 120 pounds remonstrated with him He knocked the mail carrier down who arose shooting and perforated his assailents heart We hill billies feel that some body is caniving at the law With anything like proper vigilance this traffic could be suppressed This thing of caniving at crime is repugnant to the hill billies and we want the law enforced Of course a law can now and then be evaded or violated but this is a hissing and a reproach in the eyes of hill billies Let me say however that in immediate section where I reside sobriety and law and order pre vail MelvinL White By Robbing the People Here is an interesting dispatch from Chicago printed in the New York World The spectacle of a millionaire telling his hearers that he made his millions by rob bing the people that all mono polists do but that he had begun to recover his conscience and was going to devote his wealth to fighting the system which made it possible was the unique entertainment provided by the City club at its luncheon today The speaker was Joseph Fels of Philadelphia head of a naptha soap company bearing his name He said he was a disciple of Henry George and would always remain a single taxer We cant get rich in a lifetime now adays Mr Fels said under the present system of things unless we do so by robbing the people I have made my money that way f and my firm is still doing it Everyone of your selfmade millionrires has done it How ever I want to say I have begun to recover my conscience and I am going to devete my swag I like to call it that for thats what it isto doing away with the cursed system which makes it possible If any of your millionaires feel the same way about it for Gods sake lets cross hands on it I may be an oddity It is unusual though for a man who has made his money by robbing the people through a monopolysto be called a curiosity It is also a curiosi ty to find a man after nearly fifty years of monopolymonger ing to admit it and under go a change of heart But I am cere sint The Scarcity of logs The hog scarcity is affecting the entire world So difficult is it to secure a surplus of hog pro ducts that one English provision house reports that in the last week of February it handled hams and bacon from ten differ ent countries including the United States Canada England Ireland Denmark Holland France Russia Siberia and Rou mania It is also kown that an cargo of frozen hog carcasses from Ghina suss landed in Liver pool that week No country has t more than a small stock of hog products to offer Lard is re ported to be especially scarce in Europe and oleo oil cocoanut fat cottonseed oil and vairous compound vegetable oils are be ing used as partial or complete 1 substitutes for hog fat Ex r S itli l Sf nn COLUMBIA DISTRICT T HI R D ROUND The following make up Presid ing 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 Jamestown Jamestown April 910 Russell Springs Mt Pleasant April 1011 Monticello Tuttles Chapel April 1617 West Monticello Bethesda April 1718 Clinton Davis Chapel April 1920 Albany Albany April 23 24 Peytonsburg Chestnut Grove April 30 May 1 Bear Creek Rose of Sharon May 12 Renox White Hill May 3 4 Burksville Wesley Chapel May 78 Thurlow Beech 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 Spring June 45C- olumbia and Tabor Columbia June 56 Grady ville June 3112 Tompkinsville June 1819I West Tompkinsville June 21 22 Temple Hill June 2526 The District Conference will be held at Glensfork Ky June 791910 T L HULSE P E I Obitnary IOn March the 3rd at 11 oclock the death angel visited the corp munity of Irvins Store Ky and claimed as its victim the spirit of R P Smith He had been in declining health for about eight or nine months his death being due to that dreadful disease con sumption The deceased was 30 years and four months old when the end came He had been engaged in the mercantile business at that place for about eleven years and had been a very successful business man He was not only liked by his home people but had many friends wherever he went He leaves a wife two children a widowed mother five brothers and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his death He was a loving father and devoted husband He belonged to F and A M by which fraternIty- he was laid to rest at Friendship church Farewell dear Robert but not forever There will be a glorious dawn We shall meet to part no never On the resurrection morn Though thy darling form lies sleeping in the cold and silent tomb Thou Shalt have a glorious waking When the blessed Lord doth come Tis hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart Tis hard so hard to speak the word We must forever part God in his wisdom has recalled The bloom this love had given And though the body slumbers here The soul is safe in Heaven A Friend Bribery in High Places following the indictments tl- i fi f j Fi 1 if more than forty Councilmen and exCouncilmen of Pittsburg and positive proof that they have re ceived bribes to the amount of 100000 comes the proof of the bribery of a State Senator in New York and his resignation to escape explusibn and the institu tion of criminal proceedings against a citizen of Mississippi for giving a State Senator 1000 for his vote in the caucus for United States Senator It is gratifying to honest people everywhere that corruption in high placesis being exposed The great curse of the age is dishonesty in public position Graft ing which is but another name for bribery or stealing has been growing to such an alarming ex tent that it is pervading every form of our government and a few exposures like those referred l to simply direct the attention of x the people to the necessity of electing men whose integrity is above suspicion to public posi tionsE Town News Twenty Years Ago I wandered to the hotel Tom And stood before the bar Called for a glass of lemonade And smoked a bad cigar No one was there to greet me Tom And few vere left to know When we were on the turf Some twenty years ago The barkeeper is a younger man The one who used to sell Corrosive tanglefoot then Is roasting now inTell The other wears a diamond stud His hair is combed quite low And looks just like the one we Knew some twenty years ago TomIWith the same old grin While others burned their throats With what I think was gin And women stood beside the door faces beamed with woe ITheir just as they used to do Some twenty years ago II asked about old time friendsJThose cherished sporty men Some were in the poor house Tom And some were in th pen- The one we liked the best Tom Thehangman laid him lowrThe world ismuch the same dear Tom as twenty years ago chapIone Could always hold his own He perished with the jimjams out In the cold and snow Ah Few survive wholused to booze Some twenty years ago New crowds lined up against the bar And called for crimson ink New hands are trembling as they pour The stuff they oughtnt drink But thesame old watchword rings Tis rounds on me you know The same old cry of doom we heard Some twenty years ago I wandered to the churchyard Tom And there I saw the graves Of those who used io drown themselves In red fermented waves And there were women sleeping Where grass and daises grow Who weptand died of broken hearts Some twenty years ago And there were graves where children Slept have slept for many a year Forgetful of the woes hat marked their Fitful sojourn here And neath a tall white monument in Death there lieth low The man who used to sell the booze Some twenty years ago The Plight of the Lair Is there any power In cun ning in shrewd longheaded deceptive methods that can for a moment compare with the truth with absolute integrity asks Orison Swett Marden in Success Magazine f There theIcompare with that which comes from the reputation of always and everywhere telling the exact truth of being absolutely r liable This reputation alone has made the names of some of the great business houses in this country worth millions of dol lars v S3OE3QOOaQ 1QOciaOaE3EOUcit 1 Rex Peacock I QThis Famous horse will serve mares at 700 M x to Insure a living colt Ii aREX PEACOCK saddle and harness horse sired by Jordan y Peacock No11148 dam by 2nd Jewel he by Artist Jewel2nd K dam by Cromwell Denmark he by old Denmark Never before has there a horse made a season at that price that 13 breeds as well as this horse ft GO SL WOOD 4 This Black Mammoth Jack is 15J hands more W j jjjCaneQhight jjtheWill serve to insure a living colt 600 for horse colt and 700for 8 a mare colt ft The above named stock make the aiJior neighborhood Not responsible for accidents D Phone 57 H iLEvery time a man deceives he knows that he has to cover his tracks He is always on thorns for fear of discovery for every thing in his own nature is trying to betray him but when he tells the truth because he is built on the truth plans he has all the universe sustaining supporting backing him What a difference there is between the power of a man who is telling the truth and is con scious that he is backed by the eternal principle of right and justice and the man who is lying and is conscious of it One can look the world in the face without wincing because he feels that he is backed by eternal principle there is victory in his eye assurance in his very bearing while there is some thing within the other man which says I am a lair I am not a man I know I am not a man but a sneak a makebelieve f Sulphur Vale The health of this community- is very good at present Mr Jessee Sapp of this neigh borhood has recently moved to D M Moores place near Garlin We regret very much to give him up Mr Valentine Bryant and E L Poynter are planting corn this weekrWe are having fine weather for March Old people say it has been the prettiest weather they ever experienced Misses Pinkie and Beatrice Breeding visited Misses Mabel11 and Irene Murrell of Craycraft last Saturday night J A Breeding is the owner of a fine young colt I Mr Edwin Hardwick the county surveyor was in this comma munity surveying land a few days of last week The Misses Murrell and Breed r i J HLea ing attended the singing at Concord last Sunday Mr James Hayes was at home from the L W T S last Satur day and Sunday IMr George Hunn was in this last week buying sheep IEggs are 17cents and chick ens cents Pickett Health of this neighborhood is very good at presant LouisvillebUYIng J W Pickett and Aaron Rodgers were in Greensburg one day this week on business Geo W Pickett attended the funeralof John Parson in Co lumbia one day last week- W S Pickett of the Cool Springs section was here last Thursday on business Wheat is looking very well in this part of the county Hogs is very scarce in thisf neighborhoodMrs Whitlock returned home last Monday after about three weeks visit with her child ren Mr Liss and Ed Whitlock of Bliss and Mrs G T Kemp of this place A D Kemp is having him a new dwelling house built on his farm by W B Compton as con tractor Mr A W Tarter of Columbia was at Go W Dudley s one night last week- f Fred Rodgers of the L W T S is at home this week W H Kemp received his commission to take the census iifr the Keltner precinct and will go to work at it in a few days j WC Rodgers has planted a part of his corn crop G W Whitlock of Fry willin yoice his stock of goods to l4A Whitlock Co nex veefcif y 4r FS1 rjlw r t 7 I h 4 r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSt IIt The Natural Life Life is an investment You get out of it what you put into it in increased measure The music is not the pianoit is in the soul iwhatin effort in sacrifice in love It is put in the Bank of Humanity deposited to the credit sf your neighborfor the world begins in yourself and ends in hire f Hhfemeans Let your real self show through all exterior coverings Let your own personality color your enVIronmentILet every noble thought to you have expression put each high resolve to the test of actual experience Let the life in youvivacity appreciation enthusiasm affec tion and spiritual impulsesbub hie over in natural and frank manner For thus only can you be your self If you are anything else you have nothing to invest in t life you have no principal you are speculating on borrowed money Be natural Some Rules n Worth Following 1 Dont He it wastes time and you get caught in the endal1 ways the wrong end A liar must have a faultless memory 2 Watch work not the workmakesla days work makes a boss face long 3 Give more than the boss expects and youll get more than you expect Increase his profits and he will increase your pay 4 You owe so much to yourself you cant afford to owe any body else Keep out of debt 5 Dishonesty is never an accident Good men like good wqI men cant see temptation when they meet it andIjinmind 7 Dont hurt your selfrespect An employe who will steal for his boss will in time steal from kim 8 Dont dissipate at nights you can do only half as well next day and hold the job half as long 9 Dont getfamiliar with your employer or allow him to do so with you but command his re spect by diligence and politeness not fawning 10 Dont kick when your boss kicks If you are worth correct ing you are worth keeping Visible The Middle of April Halleys comet will be visiblej near the point of the setting sun by April 18 and the earth will pass through jts tail May 18 An exchange gives this information about the visitor P It will be the most superb sight th tour generation has seen in the heavens First seen hyDroMax Wolf at Heidelberg on September 11r The comet is named from the English astronomer Halley who died in 1742 after a long life of acute scientific observations He reI u r4f- iiiF ig5Pr1 r f t VISIBILiTYLWhat is a f visible typewriter Writing in sight is part of it Keyboard in sight is the other part It is as important that you see what you do as to see what you have done The keyforeverycharacter keyboard of the easy action light running MODEL 10 o o I uerI makes it the only truly visible writing machine Write for information to Vf The Smith Premier Typewriter Company Inc J v Syracuse N Y Branches everywhere turn of a comet and this comet is the one whose return in 1759 he confidently predicted and it did return It comes every sev entyfive years Halleys comet therefore taught the world that comets are subject to the law of gravitation and are not the wild wanderers they had been imagined This comet has a recorded history of about 5000 years It was last seen in 1835 when it was visible for nine and a half months and attained a length of onethird the space from horizon to zenith Since then it has been out in space 3400000000 miles from the sun It is now about 500000 000 miles away and will come within 4500000 of us- 1Worse than Bullets Bullets have often caused less suffer ing to soldiers than the eczema L W Harriman Burlington Me got in the army and suffered with forty years But Bucklens Arnica Salve curerl me when all else failed he writes Greatest bealers for Sores Ulceas Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Piles 25c at Paul Drug Co d The Mule on the Farnif The following is given as some gooji points in favor of the mule on the farm lIHe is the most tireless worker on the farm He eats less than a horse but does more work eHe never falls though a hole in abridge and generally keeps out of danger i He is an excellent saddle ani mal if you know how to saddle him 1 Ii His feet stand hard roads better than those Ma horses 7 He is always as good as cash in j the bank Easiest Thing She knew talkiing the other day of the foibles of some of his feminine depositors r But the funniest incident Ive known happened the other day We sent word to one of our wo men depositors that her account was overdrawn We expected 11areNo indeed She sat down and wrote us a gracious and loyely little letter on crested pa per thanking us for letting her know that her account was over drawn I am so glad to oblige you by remedying the defect at oncel she wrote And inclosed a check for 750 drawn on our own bank Philadelphia Times The Demon of the Air is the germ of LaGrippethat breathed im bairigs suffering to thousands Jts after effects are weakness nervousness lask of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver apd kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Thousands haVe proved that they won defully strengthen the nerves build up goodIing try them Only 50eJ Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Mars according to an astrono mical expert has just finished a new canal It is a pity We cannot establish that communication with the Martians so as to engage a few gangs and a choice helPanam i1 Weliidentifid A severe looking woman moved upto the window at the Citizen Savings Trust Company with a small check to be cashed The teller said shed have to be identified and she suggested that he call up the man who had drawn the check and have him describe her teller decided to take the IIThe and called the man on at his elbow Oh its probably all right came the word over the phone Wait Ill describe her for you and you can see if its the same woman She had on a faded brown dress and paints just a little bit has a sharp nose and spectacles and is about as pretty as Kermit Roosevelt Ohyes and she wore a broach with a shower of imitation stones in it The teller looked the woman over and cashed the check She hadnt heard the other end ofj his telephone conversation and went her way smiling land Plain dealer Wanted by Anarchist IRevenge claiming to be an anarchist placed obstructions on the Louisville Southern track near Lawrenceburg Tuesday morning in an attempt to wreck the passenger train He was seen by the track walker Thomas Thurman and was ar rested and landed in jail at Lawrenceburg Duncan stated that he was a socialist and had been for twelve years that when a corporation or company asaIfr f KeyboardRemovable Ball Bearing Carnage Reversible Tabulator Rack Simple Stencil Cutting Device Drop Forged Type Bars Perfect Line Lock Visible Writing Complete Control from Keyboard A Key for Every Character Bichrome Ribbon Uniform Touch Ball Bearing Type Bar Column Finder and Parographer Decimal Tabulator Perfect Erasing Facilities CarriagesRight Release Levers Swinging Marginal Rack Protected Ribbon Gear Driven Carriages KeyboardVariable Perfect Dust Guard Back Space Lever Carriage Retarder StopsEscapement Devised These are features which make the Smith Premier the I choice of the man who investigates comparative advantages tIn even at any costno matter who or how many had to suffer He says he placed the obstruction on the railroad track for the purpose of wrecking the train to get back at the rail road people for running him out of town when he had the money to pay his way He is about twentysix years of age and appears to be a man in full possess ion of his senses I The Goat in the Sheep Pen From Massachusetts comes the report that the president of one of the big railroads has purchased a dozed Angora goats to run with his flock of Southdown sheep a s a protection against dogs It was about twenty years ago when a like propotion gained currency through this country and there was belief that Billy would make it too hot for the curs if they came about a flock over which they had been placed We note however that the plan was not followed up and have not heard of it until seeing the notice above referred to If any one could guarantee protection to sheep in this way there would be a rise in the price of billy goats tI i A woman in New Jersey and not in a fairy tale had a long lost brother who the other day notwithIatanding of verity such occurrences still remain chiefly in the fairy talest tiAnews item from New Orleans tells how blood dripping rffont the ceiling disclosed the fact that millionaire had com i t t l l 0 TIlE LOUISVILLE TIMES fOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER TH = REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES r IS 500 A YEARI- F YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET COUNTYI ANDjL THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhereHas best corps of corres pondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCKIP lION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS a PAPERnot to The Louisville Times mitted suicide in a room over a- store It is not explained how they knew it was a millionaire Probably the blood was blue While splitting kindling at Berea Mrs Alex Hudgins aged 24 years dropped dead She was apparently iB the best of health Two small children and- a husband survive i Parson Wallace a negro preacher was linched by a mob at Greenwood Miss last week which sought revenge for the serious wounding of Patrolman J W Slack Free Rmedy For Weak Bowels bodilyIternal The one is for your prideiri andhealthlongrunWatchaboutbowels Keep them clean and free from haveone i systemimust9btainthingsIa likeDrbenDr Caldwell for a free sample bottle convincesyouwill relieve you permanentlythat it will toagainfiftytnow fUlly convinced or its familysizecanusetonicwillindigestion liver trouble sick headachesour stomach and such alIments and keepyoU contInuous good health at a verysmalr cost Such Is the experience otmany families like that or Mrs OscarFtcener Unionville ind J F Daniel thatcouldpleasedtodesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfreeletter and he will reply to you In detail fnameotherwise Fer either request the deot s r CaldwellR5B6w C4 i Jso I I e a 4 TB EtAI AIR CCUKTX K J V ToThe Trade Of ADAIR And Adjoining Counties Last year 1 concluded to quit business and advertised my stock of General Merchandise at Cost I fully intended to do as I had announced but after selling out almost clean I decided to buy nipre v Goods and two j weeks ago I went to Cincinnati and purchased an i IMMENSE Stock of GOODS 1 For the Market My shelves are now fullof everything kept in a frst lass store and I am prepared t sell ybu goods cheaper than ever before r I v v 9 vv MY DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT can not be excelled and to this Line of Goods the attention of the Ladies is called Everything hast j been selected with the greatest care and I feel sure that I can please LADIES and GENTS SHOES In this department all the Latest Styles made in workman = like manner can be found My Shoes not only look well but wear well Come in and see j I HAVE IN STOCK the largest line of Ladies and Gents Furnishing r offered to this people and everything is new When you comej f in and do not see what you want ask for it It will be furnished + I w 1 THANK the trade for past favors and solicit the continuance of same s r I tIML11 Walker j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company INCORPORATED L CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR t Democratic newspaper devoted to the terest of the City of Columbia and the people ot Adair and adjacent counties Entered at tho Columbia Postoffice as s ctond class mall matter WED APR 13 1910 THE GOOD CITIZEN HIS BUSINESS AND CIVIC OBLIGATIONS The following article was writ ten by Mr C S Harris and read by him before the Citizens MeetC ing last Sunday afternoon A motion was made and carried that it be published in the News There may be diversity of ppinion as to the characteristics- of a goodcitizenthe qualities necessary to make him but tor my mind he is a man rigidly honest strictly truthful obedient to the lawsone whose living conforms to an active conscience and measures up to the ideals of a useful honorable life it I do not know nor can I imagine any place in business or in political lifebut such a man should fill An honest man in business is indispensable and so much so that few succeedwhox do not enjoy the confidence of the public even though endowed with extraordinary ability The right thinking man the one who has due regard for the welfare of others who applies the Golden Rule in his business is the one that the great bulk of people delight to see prosper in other words the obligations of a good citizen in the business V world are so important so neces saryto the welfare of his own interests and the good of other- softhatno one would attempt to dis r credit him As civilization has- advanced and Christian virtues extended the trend of public liv 4ng3ias likewise kept pace and- y 4l points more and more toward the Golden Rule appreciated by allj andendorsed by the upright inj every avenue of business The more is known the higher esti mate is placed on good conduct the broader the knowledge of mans relation to man the more thoroughly upright living good citizenship is endorsed and gen uinely appreciated as applied to the varied realms o f business life No man has any moral right to take an undue advantage of his fellow man Our laws are supposed to be founded on the principles that established and maintain justice that encourage right living and discourage evil Within the last few years more evidence of the worth of good citizenship and more disapproval of the undesirable and bad has been evidence than for many years preceeding Not only is this true in the ordinary affairs of business but profoundly so in the political life of the country political obligations of a good citizen is as important d as far reaching toward justice as is his private personal pledges that can not be forfeited without dis honor True manhood revolts against dishonorable methods in business and the investigations and prosecutions by our national officials and the officials of different States and citiesto main tain justice and punish those who betray public trust is wide spread and meeting the approval ofa large majarity of the people The duty of a good citizen politically is not to merely see his party emblem when he votes not to endorse and defend any means and measures that may be deem ed essential to party success but to stand against fraud and for such men aswill in his judg ment give the best to the public There are some who believe that success necessarily depends On unholy schemes who will stoop to the depth of any djsreptable method to get air advantage whether in business or political iv 11affairs b tfortunat Jythenum f l ber represents a very small percent of our population Throughout the entire country the ten dency toward better political living seems to be pressing its importance on the good citizens and the stronger this sentiment because the more exacting de mands will be made as to the personality n f party nominees Instead of blindly following the prejudices of political parties in defending men of questionable standing and fitness the trend of thought and action of the best people discredits such a course The importance of right thinking and right living is pressing to the front The evidence of the common brotherhood of men that we all owe our best efforts to the principles that maintain justice and foster love and good will is fast and thoroughly gaining ground To briefley state it the good citizens of our coun- trY are increasing and taking a keener interest in the welfare of others in the honor and standing of their respective communities and in their duty to the Great Giver of good In all of the avenues of business and in every proposition the moral up lift within the last few decades has been most noticeable The merchant not many years ago was regarded by a large number of people an instrument in the business world merely to the earnings of others extractI day he is viewed in a light and held in high esteem as an important factor in the wel fare of the country So it is in all other lines of business and employment The lawyer the physician a n d a 11 the pro fessions have not only enlisted men of talent but of high idealsof life and who believe in giving the world something as well as taking from it The young man should remember when he enters business that he is not merely acting or living for him self that he must give as well as receive that he must produce as well as collect The allure meats ofbusiness the attractions of political prestige and power should never reduce the relations between the good citizen and his duty to himself his country and his God lr 1 r vi3 wnERE ARE You REED i A COMPLETE To EVERYTHING NEW AND Selling JI atJ j it PRICES ROCK BOTTOM GOINGsan f Youloo Not t You v Want z Buggies GrdenTools Wagons ffie Hardware Line used V c PWe have the largest stock of PAINTS A Superior brand that lasts and m When you come to Columbia call The Pope of Rome and Mr Roosevelt did not get close enough to be sociable but it was all the same with Teddy f t i The Indian state Republicanv Convention held at I IndianapohsY last week adopted a ignoring the PayneAldrich tar iff law and declared fora pro tective tariff measured only by the difference between the cost of production here and abroad and the creation of a non parti t ff t A state ticket was nominated and the Candidates wilLmake their fight upon the above principles 1r rr Leer Sm th lnntea thepubhc to cal at hii tarn and inspect hIS two good stallions 222t I i I F i t 7- r II r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 rrxcx c rs rrY Y ii r PERSONAL t Mr W R Lyon was here last Fjci day Mrs Nona IJohoneyis no better Is very sick I f t1f Mr S C Neat was on the sick list last week Mr W R Myers is onvisit to MonticelloMr Jeffries is nowable to be at his business Mr R T McCaffree is on a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs J S Read of NasJiII is visiting her parents here Mr D K Felly of Pellyton was here the first of the week Mrs Anna Strange was quite sick several days of last week Gov J R Hindmrn left today for French LickSprings Ind to be absent about ten days Miss Adell Marcum and mother of Russell Springs were shopping in Columbia Monday Emma Triplett a eleven year old daughter of Eugene Triplett deceased is visiting in Wwn Mr Wm Francis who is on duty at Athertonville spent Saturday night and Sunday with his family Mr and Mrs J G Eubank who kave been sojourning at New Hope re turned home a few days ago Mrs W F Hancock of Frankfort will arrive this afternoon to spend a week or two with her mother Messrs T S and Irvin Isbell and their sisters Misses Ida and Olga Rus sell Springs were here Monday Messrs R K and Marvin Young spent several days of last week with their parents Cumberland county Mrs W H Edsall nee Miss Verna Dohoney of Louisville is visiting her mother and other relativeS in Columbia Mr R H Durham who spent two weeks at Martinsville Ind returned home last week very much improved ChildIrenweek Mrs Simon Goodman and son Glas t aIJ11LewisMrs Lewis Mr James St John who left Colum bia eighteen years ago arrived on a visit last week He is a nephew of Dr T H Curd Mr and Mrs Bryant Long of Rowena and Mrs Eliza Kelsey of Wayne county visited at Mr John S McFarlands last week Miss Minnie Triplett left for Louisville this morning to be absent two or three weeks She will take a treat ment for hay fever Mrs Walter McKinney and Misses Eliza Phelps and Emma Bragg of Jamestown visited relatives at Grady ville last Saturday and Sunday Mr E Moore Owensby who travels for The Read Fertilizer Company Nashville was in Columbia Saturday en route for his home in Russell county Miss Nancy K Flowers of this place who is an attendant at the Hopkins yule Asylum writes her friends here posiIMr M Cravens will return from the St Joseph Infirmary Louisville this afternoon His son Tim went to the city Sunday and accompanied him homeMr and Mrs J R Tutt and Mr and Mr Frank Cobb Milltown spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wm Francis Mr and Mrs Tutt were on their return from Louisville Rev J H Walker pastor of the andrMr 0 B Finn who lives hear Camp bellsville were in Columbia last Wednesday on their return home from a Sunday School convention which was held at Breeding Mrs W S Knight of Jamestown visited Mrs W C Grider last Friday On her return she was accompanied by her daughter Miss Alva and Miss Roxie Faulkenburg who are students in the Lindsey Wilson and who spent Saturday and Sunday at their respect ive homes Better work can be done with a culti vator than the double shovel will do and half the time saved in doing it Write wire or call on The Buchanan tol Lyon Co K tf See the great Imported Hermence at WrE Bradshaws training stable 222t Buggies surries and all kinds of light vehicles and harness ranging in price to exactly suit you The Buchanan Lyon Co i tf wwrcw See Lincoln Daree and Knight Tern plar ownedb 2beforeb1 breeding 232tJ i i Glensfork If the weather remainstfavor abfe a considerable portion of the corn crop of this section will fie planted within the next fey days We now have three good gristmills in opperation at this place Couldnt we have Slots of corn cakes if we only had some corn to have ground The prayer meeting recently organized at this place is elicit ing good attendance and splendid interest It meets Wednesday eveningsMr A Chapman and wife who have been spending a few weeks on their newly acquired cotton plantation in Mississippi returned home a few days ago Mr Chapman is well pleased with the south and contemplates taking up a permanent residency in that section soon Mr M E Blair who together with his family are soon to become resident of Columbia resign ed his positisn as superintendent of the Sunday school at this S S S in in Iija8a8a8a8a8a808aOOnC38aOa8D i IWhen you bad eggs for they were when she laid Youcan examine can all it best to of Insurance know is good i MURRELL MILLER Columbia MSellThat t33 =Rf3t3E 3E3f3Qf3 F3fl place last Sunday Blair has served us as superintendent for the last seven years and to say that and family will be missed puts it tamely Messrs Taylor and J H Kelsay visited the family of Dr Otha Kelsay Elkhorn Taylor county last L C Blair just re turned from the market he purchased a nice new line ofi spring goodsIplace the 3rd Sunday after noon Profs R 0 Cabbell and Gy Turner will lead the M A Monday will keep bred to his stock at cost of Write or phone the undersigned at Knifley Ky 23 2t A Russell Springs Our community was greatlyj shocked when the news was brought in last Tuesday that Mrs Anderson Foley and bady were dead Joe Smith and family of Ono visited Arthur Stanton and family Sundayjand Mrs E LSinclair of Columbia made a business trip to ouritown Thursday clair expects to locate awhole = sale house here Mrs Ermine Wilson and Adell Marcum visited Miss Luar mons Thursday night Mr T S Isbell was at on a flying V visit Sunday Miss Josie Dockery and Miss Phelps of Jamestown a visit to friends here this week Rev Hulse passed through here to amest wnf 1ilgbuildingMr Stephens has thee ma terial on the ground for anew store building 1 vli MrajuUL Wilson MisseaMstry Hadfey B and Geneva tt i t1 I Stephens were shopping in Columbia Thursdayt Mr Geo Kimble Hop Steph ens John Womack and Andrew- Foley leave for Cincinnati Sun day aiter goods Misses Geneva Stephens and Margia Graham visited Genevive lapsley at Esto Saturday and Sunday The R A ball team will cross bats with the L W T team May 16th on the L WT grounds Many of our citizens contemplate accompaning them Anything everything the ware line this section kept by The Buchanan Lyon Co O Bakcrton J We are having some real nice planting weather now we had a little frost this morning but not enough to bite anything Messrs Herriford and Bennett were here to day looking for stock W R Goff was here today looking a horse We hear J D Goff has get them Insurance Companies and you Candle but after isnt demand the kind you all the time Kind i3 3 3 = Mr he his Isaac week Mr has where on choir mares feed Monday Mr over Mr Mr Sin Clem home over made short his Jtena hard used corn for He to Oklahoma but changed his Measles is raginghf this at cases not far here and or two in is planting Lloyd of Becks was here this on business who has been her Mr and Mrs J F Lloyd has The gasoline came to day with a load of for the Mrs Maude wife Ben Davis died The cause her not was a Gilbert o ei U l ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR i 1 r rwo 4 iIf so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Roof = ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns t of every description stock of Siding Flooring and all kinds of Mould jog is manufactured from Lumber i We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best stock of Finishing Material of firm in section of the 7 0 44 iSANDUSKY COMPANY r fCOLUMBIA KENTUCKY Jimmie Cole comes every Thursday The Adair County News He also delivers of the papers between here and his place for his subscrib rsIThe people of Adair county are hauling lots of fertilizer from this place Mr Will Lee with gomery Moore manufacturing Co Nashville Tenn was here last Dr of Burkesville JimBadwasfort who has measles and matismMr F built G M Dillon a new chimney to his 0 FO jOn Merchandise Week At O e 0 o J 0 located1r COS 0 0 III D We Will show in Ladiesv Wash o Latest Handsomely Trimmed 0 embracing and Whites a beau = tiful Line of A new stock of Handsome in Voils Panamas Fancies in Muslin Uuder = O wear Hosiery Beauty Corsets O H Gloves Parasols New stock of Ladies Oxford Ties c in new Lasts Leathers see our this week it will pay i 0 Russell Go 0 bo odl in Columbia started notion county present Several from a case college J LGlidewell or- nJF Store week Bettie Jane Irvin visiting grand parents nearBecks Store returned home Creelsboro down big goods merchants Gilbert Davis of April 7s of death known She daughter of John W n Lumber Our Ceiling Dry assorted any this State Phone after all Mont week Oscar Keen rheu Fewston Week Suits and and display U needslnownew cook D R Wood has gone to How f ards Bottom on business There is more chicken buyers than ever before They are pay ing 13 c ntsper pound for them Mrs R L Snow and Mrs J L Young were at ER Young s Saturdays Bob and Billie Rose were here shopping Friday Mr and Mrs ST Irvin visited Billie Glidewell last Sunday Freight saved on heavy goods is quite an item You can do that by buying from The Buchanan Lyon Co tf For SaleS G Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching t 606 for 15 Mrs W G Leach Joppa Ky 223t- t ir r NOTICE fr I PEACOCKtThe best breeder inKentucky will make the presentseason at his home in Gradyville Ky at 1500 to insure a living colt sound and right a JORDAN has sired more colts than any horse in southern Kentucky and his colts are the ones that bring more money than any others they are the colts that the farmer gets his own price for they are the colts that thelovers of fine horses from other States come to this country tobuy they are the ones that have 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 sireda colt which sold for 70000at2 years old There have been a number of JOR DANS coltsthat sold for from 300 to 700 and a number of them 8 year old and over sold for from 500 to 1000 Has any other horses colts in this country sold for half of these prices 7 If they 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 and a good one trT HIGHWAYMY fine Jack HIGHWAY is 4 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 will not be bred to this Jack All care taken to pre vent accidents but not responsible should any occur 4 Money due when mares are traded or removed from the neighborhood Feed at cost or pasture at 50c per week W L Grady Awed Imported Coach Horse i Will make the present season at my barn Ii miles south of Mill town and will be permitted to serve mares forthe sum bf2foInsure a Living Coif His colts are well disposed have fine ac iron and good eyes JHCK CHINN fI will also stand this celebrated Jack the fee being 7 the terms same as the above named horse j c BROWNING I Born to the wife of Henry Lawhorn Glenville the 7th inst a daughter The Call of the Blood for purification finds voice in pimples boils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skmall signs of liven trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red bloodgive cIearakinrosY cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25c at Paull Drug CoSRemember that Lincoln Dare owned 1 t w The Tz by M A Monday is a full brother of Prospect sorSee the ball games next Saturday forenoon and afternoon LindseyWil son campus f You cant afford to worry over an old stove when you can get the best range made for almost tfieprice of ihl t old step stove The Buchahkh Lyon CoC i t 5tfrIrii a 5SI tJIt t r THE ADATH COUNTY NEWS 1 c V I v E 1w imii I IfI f 1 RI IHUBUCH BROS WELLENDORFF t INCORPORATED r 4 v Successors to Hubbuch Bros HAn Old Firm in a New Garb n 71 We are the same people as strong as everrbefore The same 5 strong management the same reliable business methods are the pil v lars ofall our transactions Yourneeds in V v 1i 7K L I CARPETS RUG wSPAPER E V H Will be taken care of m the consciencious manner as ever before I p im HUBBUCH BROS c IIV ELLEN DORFF FLLOUISVILLE KY 522522 W MARKET ST IEI fpehletr Bros 116 E market St Bet 1st Brook 1 Iiouisville Kentucky Get Our Quota tion on ELlWOOD FENCE sefote4 you bUY We Wilt save you MONEY Sheet Tank Work WORK SOLICIT Hfl OWEL E J CCtire J MflTE iaii Telephone Phones U HARDW K Pres J COCKE Pres DIETZMANi Sec Pyne Mill Supply COI ESTABLISHED I8fi == INCORPORATED 1889 I I011 T I j MILkL1WRIGTSSMOKESTACKS MILLS IPI SAW FEED LOUISVILLG MLIS MILLSI Iron and JOBBING D 1 Guns 2167 Botfa Ii I OfAll o Kinds of Machinery Repaired Ii il Sash and Door House il the South r Send your orders us for prompt shipment and good goods We them s I iEo LHUGHES INCORPORATED CO t Catletfy WAGON J W mACfiI1tlSTS IN w Sash Doors Blinds Mouldings Columns 2 Porch Material j Stir Work Interior Finish Etc I 1Largest Wholesale ti In to appreciate 211 illLOUISYILLE m Fifth Avenue Hotel n in i i PIKE CAMPBELL MGR 5J nv 71 Ji Refurnished Redecorated and eImodied A Firstclass Hotel at Popu Q E lar Prices Convenient to Wholesale Iv 3f and Retail Districts Churches and i fe TheatersiFIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE j FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN A WALNUTSTREETS 71 i Louisville Kentucky t The Adair County News and CourierJournal sEoth One Year for 150 r a J 4 t Donts for Churchmen a Dont expect your payers to mean business until you get busy Dont expect grace of sympathy to come from nursing your griefs Dont fail to note that t h growling seldom comes from the lion hearted wingsIyour feelings Dont try to keep beauty on I your face when you are hioMng the beast in yourbeard Dont failltojobserve that when there is a cause in the heart it will get to the muscle Dont overlook the fact that loves real wealth is often according to its apparent waste Dont forget that the thing you think you have hidden deep est is the first thing others see in you Dont forget a that no man is so blind to his ownghappiness as he who will not see others sor rowDont w credit to your charity that which ought to be charged to your being too lazy to investi gate the facts s Short Meter Sermons The world gets no light out of a pyrotechnic sermon Most of us would be miserable if we could manufacture no ene miesThe thing that keeps many out of religion is that we make it so petty When the church become an end of itself it soon makes an end of itself The supernatural may be but the natural in its incpmprehensi ble operations Much of our good would be a graat deal better if we made less fuss about it A good many men are carrying loads cn their consciences that belong to their livers Its a queer conceit that regards a dime dropped into the plate as a dollar laid up in glory Some conversions seem to be maniw a way No man knows anything about heaven who is content that others shall wait for happiness till they get there The worst infidelity is that faith which holds that the uni verse is so much of a lie that you can foolit with a hypo trite s life Honey Croup Remedy j This is the best known to the medical profession and it is an infallible remedy in cases of mucus and spasmodic croup Raw linseed oil 1 ounce tincji Lure of blood root 2 drams tincture j of lobelia 2 drams tincture of aconite i dram Honey 4 ounces tonspoonful every fifteen pf twenty minutes according to the urgen t caseY It is also ex cellent in all throat and lung troubles originating from a cqlcl fIor lung tro bleMate a strong de coction of hoarhound herb and sweeten withhoney Take a table spoonful four or five times day iV 7 The above is an excellent reel pe but incase of an emergency when you havent time to go to the drug store for the above ingredients I know of several who havecuredcroup in a simpler way r Some use honey and a littlecoaloil Others use honeyJ ermain thing seems to be the hon yIFashion Notes Red waistcoats will be largely worn by the robbins this spring and summer A popular feature o f mens dress in Boston and Philadelphia this spring will be the noiseless nectie a great relief from the rather loud neckwear of recent years The revival of business ofall kinds throughout the country indicates the return to vogue of the large checks once so popular with everybody The prevailing footwear of the police and secondstory men this year will be the gumshoe as heretofore Ladies hats will be smaller this season than last but the bills will be just as high as ever if not higher Sheath gowns made of panne rubber are the latest from Paris and are noveltyI ictyalIlowIng movement to the wearer tSavedFrom the Grave I had about given up hope after nearly four years of suffering from a severe lung troublewrites Mrs M LDix of Clarksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would be almost unbearable land I could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its the best medicine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bron chitis and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try it 50c and 100 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co J MellIThe much needed rain hasJ come and farmers can get busy Mr A B Boston of Sulphur Well one of Metcalfes most suc cessful farmers and a noted to bacco dealer took suddenly sick and died on the 31st ult IMr Thomas Edwards who on last Wednesday insulted Miss Anna Rodgers daughter ofj Thomas Rodgers one of our bes farmers on trying to escape wa- s caught at Louisville and brought back and hasbeen transfered to the proper authorities in Adair county for further action IMrs Sarah Rodgers is lying very low with a complication of diseases Mr W H Hilia noted co specialist of Louisville is withI D B Dowel now prizing tobac ico Iw A Martin sold a tract of land to- known John Morgan price un Dr Eugene Taylor Liletown wasc ailing on the sick here las Monday Mrs Annie Mank arid MrsI iNealie Morrison were shopping weeka1Mr Eugene Edwards and w fe- were visiting the formers par lents near Fry last Saturday land Sunday jMrLeonardWilcox one of Exies best merchants is goiri to make a prospecting trip t Texas soon f to caastallion v J 222t n1I 1r Brain Leaks A We wish some scientist could explain satisfactory the affinity between a small boy anda yel low pup The people are making it so hot for the watered stock corpora tions that there is likely to be an explosion Perhaps they call it revision downward because our chance of getting justice from the trusts is made smaller We never did like this idea o going hungry in order to help those who are suffering because of their own ignorance We watched game of hockey the other day but we couldrit tell if from our boyhood game of shinnyonyourownside You can not indulge a porter house appetite on a chuncksteak wage without having a kick coming on the increased cost of liv ing Manufacturers who make due allowance for depreciation in machinery too often failto make aIr lowance for depreciation in men beforeigive the hogs indigestion and hog meat is worth more than pearls Cole Camp +The weather has been delight ful for the past week and the farmers are taking advantage of the beautiful days Mr Lona Sparks is on the sick list at this writing We are glad to see Mrs Lyda Thomas able to be out again Mrs W H Cole of Crocus visitedat Breeding last week Messrs Elem Fletcher and Paul Breeding were at Glensfork last Sunday A 0 Baker E W Thomas James Cole Elem Fletcher Marsh Dillon S T Irvin and Sam Allen and several others gave a quilting not long ago Wheat is looking fine peach trees are in full bloom Mr Aubrey Helm of Baker ton made a trip to Creelsboro last week We are all glad to know that Mr Ed Cole who has been help less for some time is better tThe Loadstone The strategic position of the farmer i s very attractive just now He belongs to the one toITearIIbigger acreage this season and there is no sign that prices will keepIcomfortable income out of the ground 1texpect far more than most of them will ever gain They will know discouragement and many of them failure Yet if only a small percentage of those who will have made the Venture stick out the travail and despair they will have done much for their country They will have been thegoptimiso tic If a few do well those who do poorly will be heNfew will be the loadstone to draw dti j lTt f J N Time Card IIL1n effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND fRAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON o 27 70 am 942 aa arNoPMNopaloa 93630 pm 900p NORTH BOUND rRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLB a 24 548 am 750 am 078 732 am 10d5aa 028 430 pm 655p n 1022628 pm 815 px 092732am 1015 aeNos 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only a HOTFI11fw llf WILtsDR13 Ptfop FirstClass Table i Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rat- esGKftDYIILLe t KY S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special A tt oetin t Ejes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or sur work done at fairprices 1 am ilgical fixed to take care of stock Mon when work is done or stock from stablesL- OCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILlE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 405 Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 II Hr S Bunbat Dentist IOFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Josephil Stone Attone yAtLaw Cf Will practice m this and adjoining counties IJamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Dis eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fjstula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located in barn back or Hancock Hotel v The 1 Adair County Newst c I And CourierJournal Oller Year For 1501 D lily CourierJournal Three Months And The News 175 Subscribe Now CJ Q r Ii I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f 7 AvoidDantl r When you are sick or suffering from any of the duipeculiar to women dont delaytake Car and successful remedy for wo men Thousands of women have used Cardui and ben benefited Why not you Dont take any chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttried remedy for women of all ages TAKE I CARD U II It Will Help You Mrs Luzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn W1itesttFor ten years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedies without relief I had pains allover my body and at times I could not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my housework I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all sick women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Dirigo Mr 0 H McClister Gadber ry spent last Friday and Satur day with his brother J W Mc Clister of this place Mr Louis Norris and sons Edmonton did business here last weekMr JC Yates of the Flat Woods community did business here one day last week A little daughter of Mrs Allie Myers was very sick a few days of last week Capt Bradshaw of Columbia t t win be at Independence School- House the third Sunday in April at 10 a m for the purpose of organizing a Sunday School Mr Hadis Harvey has accept edan agency with the Chicago Telephone Company and is now installing phones on the new lin- Mrs J G Stotts is very sick at this writing She has stom ach trouble Arthur Royse one of four suc cessful farmers was delivering wheat to the Columbia mills last Monday Banerd Harvey is preparing to build a new residence during the coming Spring and summer Whooping cough has again broke out in our neighborhood Messrs J J England and 4Dose Wooten moved the Yates Well machinery to GlensfQrk last Tuesday I am informed that Mr Yates will drill some six or seven wells in that community f Milltown Miss Maggie Cundiff of Camp Knox visited at Mr George 4Oheatham several days of last weekMessrs Sawney Browning Richard Shirley and Irvin Thomas who have been attending the LindseyWilson school this win ter have returned home Mrs Carrie Yatdh of Port land visited her aunt Mrs Sam Townsend last Saturday night Messrs Clyde Paterson and Bruce Grissom of Bliss visited at Mr Ivan Pattersons one night last week Miss Susie Johnson left last Monday for Bo wlirfg Green where NormalsSchool Mr J D Tomas recently sold his farm to Mr NM Tutt of Columbia for 1500 Coi lumbia visited at Mr J W Townsend last Saturday night and Sunday V I t Rev Will Dudgeon of Cane Valley has been called to preach at the Baptist church this place He will preach his first sermon the second Sunday in April The boys here will organize a base ball team next Saturday eveningThis town was visited by a good many drummers last week Thefarmers are almostthrough breaking their corn ground and will begin planting at an early dateMr Charley Thomas has pur chased a barber chair from Mr Wyatt Feese of Cane Valley and will put in a shop here Judge Moss made this town a visit one day last week while here he made an inspection of the bridge He decided it need ed a new floor and gave Mr Valentine Leftwitch the contract to do the work Differ ent parties will have the lumber r 1- f Ono Mr Shelby Anderson who has pneumonia fever is convalescing nicelyMr Addy Andersons body that was burned very badly is getting along very slow One of Hacker Ashbrooks boys and James Gaskins boys left for a better country unknown to parents where We hope the boys will find the flitter tree in the honey pond and call all their neighbor boys to the feast M E Tarter the poultry man that comes to Ono visited Ono and bought of Hughes Harris something like eight hundred pounds of chickens and a hand some bunch of eggs wool feath ers and Goose eggs bill ammount ing to very near 200 A one weeks buying of Hughes Harris M E Tartar is a jovial good fellow paying high for pro duce Mrs Laura Tucker and children are preparing to meet Mr Cornelius in the beautiful country of Illionis where they will search for riches and then we hope will come to the garden spot of earth Kentucky to live and die Mr LE Bennett and uncle are preparing to enter the mar chandise business for the pleas antness surely not for the riches there are in the business J A R Smith is very near ready for moving into his hew dwelling a beautifulsituation on the south west of the town of Ono lVV J i The chicken and egg market is strong here at present We just had a fine Easter Peach trees are bloomigg nicely WM Fox sold a pair of nice mules the writer did not learn the price The boating season is over for large boats and the gasolines are just blooming for the season Pelham Most of the farmers are done breaking scorn ground Miss Mary Liz Dudgeon of Cane Valley is visiting Misses Mattie and Bessie Smith this weekMiss Eunice Spear of Taylor county is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Willis Hutchison Mr and Mrs Chat Dohoney of Milltown were visiting at S E Squires last SundryIMr John R Cundiff who has been confined to his room for the past week with lagrippe is able to be out again Mr W F Squires is having a nice room and a porch built to his dwelling Mr Bill McFar land and Elzie Feese have the contract dont1lackMrs Jennie Smith is having a room and porch added to her dwelling Mr Perry Cundiff is carpenterMr and J P Cundiff were in Campbellsville last week on business Miss Bessie Smith spent Satur day night and Sunday with Miss Eunice Spear at Taylor county Dr Crenshaw and son of Co lumbia were through this neigh borhood last week on business Mr Frank Shepherd and Foree Hood were in Campbellsville Friday on business Mr H F Smith who has been confined to his bed with rheuma tism was able to go to Columbia last week Mr Finis Cundiff and family of Cane Valley were visitin M John R Cundiff s Satuiial t night and Sunday J Mr Bob Smith andwife visited at Ozark last Sunday Messrs Dillon and Breeding were in this neighborhood Io king after their farias last week Miss Emma Wilson will start the 15th of April to Texas to visit her brother and sister Mrs Mattie Reicord left for Georgetown last Wednesday to spend the summer visiting friends and relatives Nell The health of the neighborhood is s1Weful weather and the farmers are pushing their work Sunday School will begin here- the first Sunday in April Rev Glaize of Edmonton preached a very interesting sermon here last Sunday evening Mrs Mary Bell is visiting at1 Red Lick at this writing There will be preaching here every third Sunday Mr DW Kinnard has had his house painted which adds a great deal to its looks Several from Red Lick attend ed church here last Sunday Mr G E Hamilton put in several telephone boxes last Monday The dry goods drummers were here last Monday c i Lon street The health of this community is some better Wheat looks very well con sidering everything The far mers are makiug things hustle Rev J S Smith delivered an effective sermon to an attentive audience last Sunday at Clear Spring Rev W N Coffey is attacked with chronic rheumatism The death of G A McKinley cast a shadow of sorrow upon this community It is appointed unto man to die and after death the judgment death is a scene whichwe must all undergo sooner later Those who are left to survive him are an aged mother and severalchildren but all have married and are able to care of themselves Yet God in his in finite wisdom is ready to care for those who are willing to care for themselvesMiss Coffey is visiting her sister Mrs Ida Hopper The singing at Clear Spring last Sunday was interesting- Mr Eldora George made a business trip to Wayne county last week- J C Gaskin and F M Wilson have recently become members ofthelOOF Dallas Wade is reported as being on the sick list People are so busy that every old plug horse is pulled almost into a shoe string Born to the wife of R Pass more a boy 0 E Brown made a trip to Parnell last week Jab zIWill try to let you hear from this place again but vnews is scarce Mr Boner of Lexington was here yesterdayl Mr and Mrs W S Hatfield has returned from a visit with their son at Faubush tgDr W T Francis the dentist jilPbe here AprilJ5th for a few Says to work MrCarl B Rainwater and Miss Ethie D Popplewell were mar mied Sept 27 Mr Rainwaters home is in Pulaski county near Retta he is a nice man in every respect Miss Popplewell has been living with her aunt Mrs A Wpoldridge for the past three years where she has made several good friends who will greatly miss her May they live long and be happy is the wish of the writerjEaster Singing here was large ly attended and all seemed to have a good time V recentlyI Obituary Margaret E Miller was born at Creelsboro Ky October 14 1835 She united with the Bap tist church near her birthplace when a girl She was married to Moses Higginbottom in 0 1856 to this union w sborn three children John Jennie E and Sarah E two of whom survive her John and Mrs Sarah E Howell Her husband died in 1862 In 1876 she moved to Gales- burg Iowa living in that state until 1907 she was married to F M Sparks in 1883 who died in 1888 in 1907 she went to make her home with her daughter J r F 8 lee I WEEKLY I JOURNRLII politics It prints all the news without 1 fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL iMHDTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r e BOTH ONE YEAR v I For 150 I 1papernot Daily CourierJournal Yr 680 o Sunday CourierJournal Yr S200 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write thIspaper i r IIQoe TooooXXIItX jxe e cixXXX asx X ii- FRANK CORCORAN li h Grade t Marble Cemetery work of all kind Granite e Represented by C G JEFFRIES in this and t adjoining counties t Main Street Lebanon Ky i 7r iiC 717K 71inn 7i7iii m s 71zi 71C im it7ii nc 7r 3Is rR IT COSTS NOTHING m To List Your Property 1 I WITH G Paul Smythe Lawyer REAL ESTATE AGENT Columbia KY filmJfyouOffice in GarnettEBuiding over Post Office Town Property and Farm Lands For Sale i1 J t iftv L L 71 7i I7i 71IIi 7r ii t Iii 7JI hrm K i Kan1sas1910 She was 74 years months and 29 days oldThe remainswere taken to Alexandria Nebraska and the funeral held at the resi dence of P WHory conducted by Rev E J 1lmerofthe Bap tist church on March 15 1910 at 2 p m She was laid to rest in the Alexandria cemetery near her daughter Jennie E Over man Four Donts Dont expect Sweet Peas to thrive in soil too poor for any other culture or in a sunless location They need as nearly as modl erately rich and freely cultivat ed v Vv 1 it f av t Iyou Dont sow too shallow Plant the seeds not less than two inches deep and as the plants become established bank the soil against them repeating this two or three times throughout the season Dont overfeed With a view to obtaining vigorous growth and r profusion o f bloom bone fitv someform is the best fertilizer Nitrate of soda will do fora t hurryup stmulent should such be needed butrsparingly Dont gather the blooms grudgingly The more you cut the longer the Vine will continue to 4 flower Rememberf when they go to seed Sweet Peas will cease floweringKS See thei great imported HI11nc a I W E Brad haws trait j stable V t 222t ihv1X f t7 f I r r Iii ii A i 8 yTHE AJAIR COUNTY NEWSttr Co yt i tt l Gradyville was Mr here T iOffth kn1 g Nat Walker was Greensburg the first of the week a day or so Some of our farmers are I fthrough planting corn Wheat and grass are looking fine in this community Mrs Geo H Mell spent last week with her relatives near Joppa Mrs Pollie Gulpton of East Fork after spending a week or so with relative in this comj xmunity returned to her hdmelast SaturdayOur friend J Cager Yates of Bradfordsville spent last Sat urday and Sunday in our city with his relatives and friends Our county surveyor was in our midst a day or so of last week surveying Mr J F Pendleton is engag Jing a lot of hogs for future de livery at the market price Mr C C Stephens one of our y best citizens has been confined to his room for the past few days with an attack of fever y Miss Sallie Diddle who has been on the sick list for the past week or so is improving at this timeMrs Millie Hill assisted by Miss Della Mitchell of Columbia has had a wonderful business in1 the millinery trade for the past ten days We understand she is daily putting out twenty five and thirty hats Nice and cheap hats will catch the trade Mr Filmore Sparks the well known stock man of East Fork was in our midst one day last thingLmoving along nicely in his sec tion with the prospect for a large tobacco crop The farmers everywhere we can hear of Intend to raise a large crop of to bacco as well as a corn crop The building committee of the Gradyville State Bankclosed a deal last week with Mr Robert V 0 Keltner for a very desirable lot to build a banking house on The work on saidl building will begin in the near future and will be pushed for completion at as earlier date as possible Mr J A Diddle informed your reporter owing to the very busy timewith the farming class of peoplethat the time forreceiv ing hickory timber had been post poned until about the first of August We take it that this is a wise conclusion for it will give the farming class of people time to make agood corn crop On last Monday morning L C Hindman Clem Keltner and James Diddle repaired to the waters of Big Creek where they put in the day fishing As to the result of the day we are not able to report at this time but we take it that the fish they re ceived for their days labor was imi ted We have heard several of our farmers complaining about thier Atobaeco plants perishing during the dry weather and then we v have heard some few say that ttisy have plenty of plants at this l ptime and some as large as a sil yer dollarAf2 V J Married on the 6th Miss Fan y 1nie Denny to Mr Roy Wilson Rev James Wilson officiated tir We will ring off for this time e jby saying that our town was full rhf drummers last week and that moreJj wprk in the blacksmith shop than v tt 1 pecan do f l J 1 f Notice Stocktr Men IREX PAULL c I 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 sumof 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 PEDIGREERex Paull is 15 hands and 3 inches high avery dark bay hind feet white and weighs 1040 BlueJeansBertie by Gray Lexington 4th dam by Steel Dust All care will be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shouldany occur ROYAL PEACOCK I messihorseanother 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 sold BEAUCHAMP Will make the present season 1910 at our stable at Roley at 800 to insure a living colt all Tight BEAUCHAMP 7 years old 15 hands high black with mealy appirifejieavy bone and muscle BEAU getsHIsMcFarlandMoney due when colt is foaled mare bred to other stock tradedor removed Jrom neighborhood All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occui v JEFF This fine Jack will make the seasonat the same place at 600 for a mare colt or 500 for a horse colt Jeff is 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 BROS MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT THANft BANNAS 6REEN SEAL The Paint possessing every essential quality Nothing in it but what should be there v Nothing lacking that will improve it fi Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground Pure Linseed Oil The Made to Wear Paint i that outwears all others and that in wearing away does so gradu rally leaving a perfect surface for repainting FOR SALE BY TIlE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE p COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Helm V t vvvri V The weather is very beautiful ft i iere at this writing apdpi far mess are taking advantage of it also the ladies V i Aaron Brpi of Denmarkf were in our midstr6ne day ctniis week i I buying produce Mr Staton a grocery salesman of Cumberland GrOcery Co bitimeJIJ is visiting relatives near r Qiga this 1 f9 teG GJ I Mr Marcus Wooldridgeof this place was in Creelsborc last Mon day Miss Nora Blahk6nshipof this IPacewas S PPiihI Greelsboro Miss Stella Hadley visited relatives nears 01gal4ast Saicidky r C I Woodson eves Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdsell miburn VagoiisAOliver Chilled PlowsA A carload of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivator Corn Planters and Drillsiit3 Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown I 1 in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade f LIME SALT AND CEMENT- A SPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements lit any station on the L N R R Woodson LewisT- he Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to r I COLUMBIA BOTTLING COMPANY o 3 Columbia Kentucky O CONTRACT BOTTLERS OF O 1MYCOCA I My = Cola is made from the Original O Coca Cola formula We also make a f includinglQ O GINGER ALE And the Leading Soda Pops ii 1vivw LW ti w viviiw yy yiviyC w7K ii 7n i t71 7 c71C71 KiIi livi3nv i mm viI GOLD CHIEF E This fine young Morgan Saddle and Harness r IStallion will make the season of 1910at Amanda IE ville Ky at 1000 to insure a living colt Money lf due when colt is foaled or mare parted withi vGOLD CHIEF is 5 years old about 15 hands high a seal brown and a full brother of Jack O Diamonds the great show iE and saddle gelding Gold Chiefwas bred by Mc F Reid of Danville Kentucky in v This horsehas proven g himself a fine breeder as all of his colts that were sold Brought fancy prices Care will be taken W prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur FINIS ASA BAKER This March 18i 191 P i SundayX F MiSs Lela Antle of QIga was shopping at this place last Wed nesday sx I band tb Grovea Brand Fertilizer title beet used Myplace of bosineea is trick ofHiiiitll CoV ttore 2i4t 7ieBYooni t