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I j t r ix t 1 i 1tFft Ibe Itbjf fLunntp Wtmjf hi r 1i k t icrVOLUME XIII COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 4 1910 NUMBER 26 j JohnstonKelley Last Saturday afternoon at the home of the bride near Cane Valley Miss Sallie E Johnston was married to Mr W M Kelley the ceremony being sol emnly and impressively said by Rev B M Currie of this place The bride was costumed in white silk and carried a wreath of white roses The groom was dressed in conventional black Quite a number of friends were present to witness the rites and to extend the hand of congratulation The at tendants were G W Cundiff and Miss Elizabeth Blevins The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J T John ston and is one of Adair countys best popUlarItimber dealer The couple will reside at Cane Valley and will at once begin housekeeping Should it be So Is it right for a mechanic if he be honest and reliable to have to go away from his home town to get a job when there is plenty of work to do here and is it proper and doing justice to the working men of our own city for the people who need the services of me chanice to imprfrt them from other places when there is just as good ones here who can do the work in the same acceptable manner as the ones they may bring in Those who preach the patronizing of home talent and indus tries should practice it to some extent if they are sincere As a matter of fact every man is his own free moral agent and if he haSa building to put up or a piece of work to do he can send to Europe and get men to do his work if he wishes and then try to make it appear that he is in sympathy with the home working class all the time However that will not count for very much any more be cause the mechanics understand Does the merchants expect their customers s from other towns and counties OP do they expect most of their patronage from the home people Of course they do But they should consider the inter ests of the working man at home from whom they receive most of their cash trade x Of course there may be some class es of work necessary in the erection of buildings that cannot be accomplish by the mechanics at home on account of the lack of advantages or necessary eqippment and in such cases the pro curing of foreign talent is perfectly Columbiators painters brick layers and other mechanics needed in the construction of a building as there is in any town in Kentucky considering its size Iam for home labor first last and all the time as every other home man should be McLeaniSee the ball game next Saturday forenoon Winning Marked Distinction Currietvibe Conference it is said that if any charge wants a new church or a new parsonage every effort is put forth t get Mr Currie who seems to hay I been born a builder He began the building of a parsonage on his first pas g torate completed and furnished on already begun on his second and built rathe handsomest parsonage in the con ference at Cloverport and is Plannin- i to build a new one where he is no Mr and Mrs Currie are very fond of young people and are extremely popu ri lar among them for they themselves r oare young They have two children 4J3udailey and Mary Currie Mr Currie yis a southern man was reared in a Christ ian home and spent his youth in prep aration for the ministryBy A iBabbage Cloverport Ky t The second base ball team of this r place went to Glenville Saturday and crossed bats with the nine at that place iThe Columbia boys were in fine spirits and could not be headed They home victors the score standing cameI 10 A News man asked Alvin if the Glenville club had any members larger than the boys in the Columbia club Everyone of them are mar rMdcame the response The subject of Dr McChords adj fwhich will be read before Adair County Medical Society theI flay May 12th will be Something the Public should know abouU dcine and Jiietors The last week in March and the first three weeks in April S H Grinatesd i Co of this place paid out 1760084 dpoultry and eggs TJ isxnot an estimate but the bank checki show the ve figures t Death of Mrs Duvall 1Mrs Nancy J Duvall who resided- at Cane Valley died last Friday about 11 a m a victim of a complication of d i sea s es The deceased was the mother of Mrs Rose Starks wellknown in this community and was about seventyfive years old She was a sister of Mr Elzy Damron who makes his home with his soninlaw Mr J H Young this place Mr Sam Damron who resides at Hustonville is another brother Besides the brothers she leaves to our knowledge two sisters Mrs Sam Banks and Mrs A H Judd who reside at Cane Valley Besides the daughter Mrs Starks she leaves one son and several grandchild ren The deceased was a consistent member of the Christian Church and had been for many years She was a lady for whom the people of Cane Valley had the utmost respect and her death cast a gloom over the entire community The News extends its sympathy to those who have sustained the loss of a dear mother and an affectionate sister Taylor County Death Mrs Nan Snyder who was the mother of Rev Frank Rife a minister who was a pastor of th Church at Cane Valleymany years ago died at Saloma Taylor county last Friday The remains were brought to the Grant Graveyard in this county and terred last Saturday a great man friends attending the sad rites Mrs T W Dowell whose home was near Camp Knox Given county feu dead Wednesday of last week Her daughter Miss Pearl Dowell was i the Lindsey Wilson and a runner cam for her Some time last year Mr Dowell removed from the Gradyville section to Green county MrsN Dowell was a very fine woman and her untimely death brought sorrow to many homes Mr R F Paull received the news last Saturday that his fine brood mare Elsie Owsley died at North Middleton from the effects of distemper Mr Paull had sent her several weeks ago to be mated with Bourbon King and while en route contracted distemper- Mr Paull refused 800 for her last year but would not price her He feels that she was worth 1500 The young colt by Jordan Peacock is reported in good shape and will be expressed at an early day to Mr Paull Field Day at LindseyWilson next Saturday Lisle Bailey of color charged with selling liquor was before Judge Moss last Wednesday morning Only one witness was examined for the State but he was sufficient The jury took the case without arugment and in a few minutes returned a verdict for sixty dollars and ten days in jail Persons who are bootlegging liquor had as well make up their minds to quit the busi ness The County Judge and Count Attorney are determined that whisk selling in this community or in the burbs of the town must stop I have a very fine Jersey Bull Fe 150 gate262t Barbee 0The third District Missionary Gem Vention of the Christian Church will convene with the Irish Valley church in Thee district is composed of Cumberland Metcalf Monroe and Green The pro will appear in due time Our gState Secretary H W Elliott and our State Bible School Evangelist R M Hopkins have promised to be present See the Reed Hardware Gos window 1displbYLast Friday thirtyeight years ag ethe James and Younger gang robbe- the Bank of Columbia and killed its cashier R A C Martin When the bank was attacked MajTC Winfrey Tudge James Garnett W H Hudson and James T Page were in the ban poenIs vine and was buried in the Clear Spring neighborhood a few days ago Mr Gaha lived in Columbia a few moat of last year and had been living in Louisville only a abort time when his wife died ISmging at Pierces I Chapel the second byIEvery body invited Mr H T Baker who was the cen sole taker for the town of Col umbi TheIotbe 4 Citizens Meeting Next Sunday The monthly Sunday afternoon Citizens mass meetings have grown in interest and importance from the begin lug Next Sunday should witness the largest gathering yet held There should be more of the women esent It is but expected that they should lend their presence and influence in every movement looking toward the communities betterment The excellent corn mittee on music appointed by the ChaIr- man will no doubt furnish some choice music for the occasion The general topic The Good Citi- Zen will be the theme for a number of spirited talks Goy J R Hindman will discuss the Good Citizen and his Relation to Sabbath Observance Rev J R Crawford will talk of the Good Citizen and His Relation to the Drink Evil These speakers will open discussion while others will volunteer and it will insure a most profitable hour The time is here when the citizens of Columbia need to jealously guard the fair reputation it enjoys The meeting should be attended by our lawyers doctors teachers officials preachers merchants and men and women in all walks of life who want to see existin evils overthrown thee of enamel ware this week Both goods and prices are attractive whYFair track nearly every year met with a very painful accident recently He 1was out driving and in some way his was upset Mr Dodd being thrown violently to the ground He breastemet him a few days ago reports that he has about recovered from the acciI dent Mr Dodds many friends here will be sorry to learn that he got hurt and will rejoice to hear of his rapid improvement Notice At a regular term of theAdair Coun ty Court began and held for Adair County Kentucky at the Courthouse in Columbia Ky on April 4th 1910 Present Hon N H Moss Jude Adair County Court SH Jones c Plaintiff JudgmentAdair This day this cause came on and the same having been submitted and the Court being sufficiently advised ad judges that the petitioners are entitled to the relief sought and that the follow ing boundary be taken from Egypt and Roley precincts and added to and made part of Cane Valley voting precinct Be at a on the line be tween CaneValley and Egypt precincts where the Plumpoint road intersec with the Columbia and Springfield roe near the mouth of a lane leading to the residence of David Rice Thence wit landYs cornsYr IanJones land to Green River thence down said river to the upper end of duee North to the Adair and Taylor county line thence with said Adair and Taylor county line to where the Columbia and Springfield road crosses same thence with same to the beginning A copy Attest Walker Bryant Clerk 26lt By L 0 Taylor D C Program r Program for decoration service to be held at Bearwallow May 30 1910 10 a mSong Service by Rev 1 M Grimsley and others 1030 Sermon by Rev 1 M Grim sley Dinnerd Capt W W Bradshaw Geo L Perryman Rev L M Grimsley Plato Wade and others All old soldiers are cordially invited to comekJ D Burton TJ Helms J I Curry Committee hsThe Reed Hardware Co s special enamel ware will continue through this week The Adair Circuit Court will com mnce the third Monday in this month oneweekfr m next Monday Sheriff Patteson is up with hiss work and every thing will be in readiness when Judge Carter convens court Thieves sintered the smokehouse of htheand a m r ttion Meeting at Baptist Church On Monday night May 9th Dr J beginiaChurch which will probably last two weeks or longer The song service will be in charge of Mr Presley Clark of Bowling Green and he requests all those who sing to come on Monday night and join the choir On Wednesday night May 4th Eld ZT Williams will conduct services at the Baptist church Rev B M Curry will occupy the pulpit in the same church Sunday morning May 8th and Rev J R Crawford will occupy the pulpit on Sunday night May 8th Everybody is invited to attend all the ser yic s Have your house cleaned with the Reed Hardware Cos pneumatic cleaner It cleans without removing the carpet Rev Greathouse a talented and able minister of the Baptist Church addressed an audience here last Wednesday evening He is traveling in the in terest of the Southern Baptist Theo isggood success Some additions are to be added to the buildings the expense of which figures 600000 Kentucky is expected to pay 75000 of that amount It has all been raised but 16QOO Quite a number of Baptists of this place subscribed very liberally Marriage Licenses Mr Walker Bryant County Court Clerk issued the following marriage licenses during the month of April Roy Wilson and Fanny Denny Ben T Leach and Effie E Conover Wm H Matney and Alice Rogers Lantis Burton and Martha A Burton Frank W Page and Dee Compton James Crawhorn and Mattie Wilson A J Dugger and Sarah Fudge Our entire stock of La= dies Shirt waist at re= duced prices th s week Russel Co There will be the semiannual Com munion service at the Presbyterian church on next Sabbath Also recep tion of members and baptism of children at the morning service As pastor will preach at Baptist church there will be no evening service People of Columbia who have not yet plowed their gardens acted wisely Seed should not be planted until the ground is perfectly warm The 4th or 5thof May is not too late and thos who plant at that time will have Bette- success gneudyour crhe reason Reed Hardware Co We acknowledge an invitation to be present at the graduating exercises of the Louisville College of Dentistry May 16th Dr P H Conover of this place is a member of the class Bidders Wanted The Committee is now ready to receive 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 Misses Julet and Mattie Gilmer daughters of the late Alfred Gilmer have bought and removed to a new home 1106 West 14th St Oklahom- SCity Okla They have many relative- in Adair county Mr Fayette Simpson County Attorney Cumberland and who resides in Burkesville lost his residence by fire last Sunday night Loss 700 Mr Simpson was absent from home The ladies of the Methodist Church will serve ice cream and cake next Friday evening on the church lawn Ever body is requested to come and enjoy the occasion Mr W T Dohoney has just com pleted one of the largest and best barns in Adair county Mr W T McFar land of this place was the contractor r There was a young chicken at the home of Mr Walter Ingram last week with four perfect legs It lived a day or two after being hatched H Ffce Cemetery Committee will meet 1Il the parlors of the Hancock Hotel n xt S turdayafternoonat2 3l oclock vAfull ttend nce is desired Base Ball The last of the series of games between LindseyWilson and Russell Springs was played on the latters grounds Saturday which was the best and most exciting of the three It was a pitchers battle from start to finish Up through the fifth innings only one run was made Then the next three innings were played with the same spirit with R S A a little in the lead At the beginning of the ninth the score stood five to four in favor of R S A Two men were already out when Hawk came to the bat and on the third swing at the ball he was able to send mice one base hit in left field Then Young got another hit placed Hawk on third Morris brought in Hawk with a two base hit Then came Rosenfield to the bat and sent the ball to its coun try and brought in the other two to gether with himself and in the ninth the Springs earned two run- sI23456789RH LWTS 00000202488 RS A 00001220277sBatteries Young Rosenfield Holt and Isbell Struck out by Holt 12 struck out by Young 14 Holt pitched swift balls but weakened a little i the ninth Local Market The following is the Local Market given by S H Grinstead Co EggS 1 Hens t 13 Chickens 1 Cocks 5 Turkeys 8 to 10 Geese a 5 Ducks 1 Wool clear grease Wool washed Hides green 6 to Hides dry 16 to 19 Feathers 35 to 4 Ginseng 5 to 5 75 Bees wax 25 to 28 S H Grinstead Coare dealers in coal oil salt and such things as are handled by commission merchants They are selling Tenn brand salt 200 per barrel Ohio river salt 215 per barrel They are in position to mak the trade close prices as they can ru that line of business without any extra expense as they already have the stor age room and capable men as salesman The trade is hereby notified that Sa Lewis is no longer our agent and in stead of paying him a profit to buy for farmersI I their expectations They paid out eighteen hundred dollars for poultry and eggs itemsrRT Gadberry sold one cow and calf to Olen Rosenbaum for 3250 One cow to Isaiah Henson for 2750 SL Mur rell bought one cow from G W Turner for 30 Robert Johnson sold one yearling colt to Ed Johnson for 55 R T Gadberry bought one cow and from Mr Antheny Willis of Joppa f 45Gadbmry cor Mr S D Schoolcraft sold a fine mnle to a Mr Cundiff of Cumberland rive for 235 V M Rainwater sold a 3 year old horse for 125 L E Hauey purchased an aged horse for 100 S M Rainwaters purchased a fine horse for 185 Waterloo cor Mr Bill Lloyd bought of Elzy Youn four good steers for 190 Mr Blair bought of Mr Joe Wilson on milch cow for 56 Cray Craft i Mr W A Humphress bought 6 hogs from W B Morris for 2500Ab sher cor Mr Jesse Sapp sold J B Barbee a horse for 200 aJo Conover bought a horse from Bu ford Montgomery for which he paid 100 W H Daugherty bought here Mon day a roan horse from Jo Coffey Jr 210 from A A Miller a saddle horI for 180 H C Feese bought of WG Grid er a Jersey cow for 50 purchasedY in the last week in Adair Lincoln Casey and Taylor counties eigh ghead of mares and geldings ranging in price from 125 to 265 y Be sure andvisit the LindseyWilson park next Saturday for Field Day ex ercises and ball game Mr1om Coffey who lived on the Glasgow road in the suburbs of Colum bia has remoyedto the lower endi the county At the recent term Qft1ie TaylprGir cuit Court we understand at the grand jury returned 124 indictments I o rr nr w cr rursrra cr cYrYrr PERSONAL tc x e e t w Mr W R Lyon was here a few days ago Mr Olie Taylor spent Sunday at Montpelier t Mr H N Miller and wife spent last Sunday at Crocus T Mr 0 C Hamilton Visited his par ents at Nell Sunday Mrs Georgia Shelton will return a visit to Louisville this weekti Miss Annie Dixon left this morning- on a visit to her mother at Glasgow Eld Z T Williams and wife are spending a couple of weeks in Glasgowttr Mr B H Gilpin and Dan Hatcher Campbellsville were here Thursday Mrs J W Stone nee Miss Mabel Wolford who lives out of town is quite Mr Arthur Baldauf of Louisville spent a few days of last week in Go lumbia nMessrs C H and Jv J Campbell and E A Raborn of Creelsboro were here MondayMr H W Aaron was hereon professional business from Monticello Saturday 7Mr ST 0 Mulligan editor of thevj 1 Scottsville Times was here a few days 3of last week Misses Ada Feese and Nellie Ingram Cane Valley were shopping in Coliim bia Friday S 0Messrs Fred Cundiff and W R Hos loins Campbellsville spent last Sunday 8in Columbia Mr B L Simpson County Attorney 0of Cumberland was here Friday en route to Corbin Mrs Vennie Morgan spent Monday night here en route to Montpelier to visit her brotherIDr Ennis Sanders and Prof Oscar Sinclair of PeUyton spent a day 6r so in this city last week spentnson on duty in Casey connty Mr R C Neal and his son Finisof wasmto Columbia Mr Byron Montgomery spent Sunday at home He has been changed from Coon Hollow to Athertonville Mrs Lawson Wilson and Miss Myrft Hadley Russell Springs were shop ping in Columbia last Thursday Mr Ray Flowers and Dr Garlin Gris som attended the Hendrick Carter meeting at Greensburg last Sunday Mr W A Coffey attended the meet = ing of the Republican Congressional Committee at Corbin last Saturday Mr Scott Montgomery left today Wednesday for Illinois and Missouri on a business trip He was accompa nied by his daughter Miss May Mr A H Ballardwas in Cincinnati etetoracx companied him arsome better but she is in rathera criti cal condition but her case not alarming t Miss Pearl Hindman will be absent iisGreene eYGraded School trustee election next Saturday JB Barbee lost a Jersey cowvaI ued at 50 last Thursday Mr M C Winfrey is doing special revenue service in Casey County Three trustees for the Graded School are to be elected next Saturday Campbellsville vs LindseyWilson at L W T S Park next Saturday fore noon Jt Rev B M Curry will preach itMt Pleasant the third Sunday evening at 230 oclock rr Dr TF F Baugb of Jamestown will t plaease accept our thanks fora mess s I of Cumberland river fish 1j Mr W R Myers is having his dwell ing repainted inside and out Gilbert Waddle are doing the work ntr A special meeting of the M W A will be held in the hall Friday vemB May 6th for the purpose of conferring in the Fraternal Degree A ofmeinb ers are xegueetedaa bt preren 1 IIl A Willis xeiasnlhrlhaLKoodaYD1fht and lIr Willis was appointed and q ik stead I T t ftv I t 2 i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS woRTlli READING 1A former Resident of Columbia Writes ran interesting Letter From Denver Colt z r Editor Adair County News t The man who has caused mill rH ions to laugh is dead from his cameW1 down this mornIng I found on v my desk various accounts of th xt death of the venerable humorist Mark Twain Samuel L Clem y ens which strikes deep regret to the hearts o f his admirers throughout the world To remember Mark Twains writings i ever replete with humor and V originality and himself likewise F and then to think of his grea personal grief and the heroic at tempts he made to subdue it fills one with unutterable pathos In reading over the newspaper articles I was much interested by r the following interview given out by Judge C C Goodwin the veteran editor of Satt Lake City and published in the Rocky Moun- tainy News in which h e says Mark Twain lacked but six months and nine days of four score years of age I know he claimed to be only 75 but when r we were in Virginia City Neva da Mark was older than I was and I am 78 Here is the record for it and he opened a book ofI biographies by Amelia J Carver published in 1889 and in which was written Samuel L Clemens born November 30 1830 InI reading the above v garding the age of Mark TwainI I was remided of the fact that I had heard some of the older residents of Columbia say in days gone by that they had Mrs Clemens the knownI Samuel L Clemens very F and that she had at one time either lived or visited in Colum 1abra I am curious to know if my memory is correct in this respect and if Mrs Clemens was i a very old lady at the time In commenting upon the litera ry powers of Mark Twain Judge Goodwin says He was a mar velous humorist and his books becauseIthrough them there is woven a woof of royal good sense underneath his humor was held i n leash many of the attributes of a statesman Except for his overpowering sense of humor he might in another channel have won fame as a leader of menr Samuel L Clemens known throughout all civilized nations r t as Mark Twain will unquestionably be remembered through the ages as one of Americas most distinguished geniuses in the field of literature and he was distinctly our own Hisc L passing will bring sympathizing r tears to the eyes of legions of ad mirers who have wanted nothI H ing better than the opportunity toaJithIS shade I have often thought of writ- ingf you a general letter dealing flwith the various conditions in g the different States of the West Jjin which I have lived and visit K ed thinking perhaps same would S furnish interesting reading Ifor I Vihany of your subscribers Should r I find time to do so I am fthe t opinion that a general description of Colorado and Utah would ar rest the attention of your readers more quickly than anything else I should like just now while we are haying some OfQutfryr oft rl t beautiful weather to have the time and be able to give my en thusiasm fnll play and write a lengthy description of this won derful State of Colorado Imagine the pleasure of living day after day where visible to the naked eye is one grand cy clorama of sunshine and snow vale legs awesome canyons beauti wendineg their way through hill and dale and in the centre of this picture Dentver the pride of the intermoun tain country with its handsome residences goldcrested Capitol and stately public buildings a perspective so wonderful in fact ofta mere word picture to convey an even vague idea of its grandeur I could go on an on like this in definitely but to one to whom has never been vouchsafed the myJenthusiastic unbriIdIedsure you that it is not the case and to be convinced one has only to carry Mohammed to the moun tainI in concernIing matter From all reports I felt satisfied that something would be accomplished in this direction very soon and I am sorry if interest in the proposition has been allowed to wane I feel assured that the proposed railroad can be made a reality and I should like itIluinbia and Adair County than anything else that could possibly happen and as an evidence of loyalty to the region of my na tivity I stand ready under favorable conditions to invest several thousand dollars in the proposi tion If anyone should challenge the sincerity of this statement I am prepared to demonstrate- the fact that I am in earnest by binding any subscription of stock as quickly as other interested parties that have declared them selvesThere seems to be somewhat of a lull as regards things polit ical throughout the country just now but it is a safe conclusion that such a state of affairs will not continue for any great length of time in view of the fact that Theodore Roosevelt is expected back in America in the not dis tant future The fact that Roosevelt is on his way is creating al ready a great deal of speculation as to who will be the next Re publican andidate for President also no little uneasiness in some quarters In my opinion it would be unwise to make a prediction- at this time as to who will be the choice of the Republicans in the next national election having very little information just now upon which th predicate such a prophesy If the Republicans evince a preference for Roose velt he will I believe be inclined to respond to their call and in the event that the Republican leaders should feel that they act ually need Roosevelt and can convince him of the fact it is almost a certainty that he will be their candidate The receptions that have been accorded Mr Roosevelt by the monarchs of the old world have undoubtedly had a tendency to magnify his greatness in the minds of a great f i many people in the United States however this fact will mean very little after he has been home a short while as he will then be judged politically by his own deportment and expres sions It is a well understood fact that the friends of Colonel Roosevelt believed that during the interim between the expira tion of his last term and the time for another election it would be necessary for him to do some thing unusual to hold the atten tion and interest of the Ameri can public Itis evident that he has fulfilled all requirements in this respect and when the Ex President again touches these shores he will be hailed with much acclaim It is the opinion of a great many that Mr Roose velt is anticipating with much eagerness a triumphal tour of the United States within a year theJamong some of the Republican leaders of late and if at an op portune moment there should be the slightest hitch and anything go wrong the Democrats if alert would be able to take ad opIand most likely elect a President It is also a safe conjecture that ere the time comes for the as theIlikelyIPresidential material Let us hope that we can decide upon a man that can and will lead us to a splendid victory The athletic world is just now agog with enthusiasm over the iniall of the leagues and the coming pugilistic events The Western League season opened here yesterday and all Denver is baseball mad While Denver has what is conceded to be one of the strong repreI onesided score of 7 to 1 How ever I look for Denver to make wellILeague I expect Pittsburg to re peat in the fight for the pennant and in the Worlds series as well with Chicago and Cincinnati as contenders In the American League I believe that we will see hard fight between Philadel phia Detroit and Boston with a strong likelihood of these three teams finishing in the order named I have as yet been un able to get a good line on all of the teams of the American As sociation and will withhold my opinion until later Of course I am pulling for Louisville to repeat their triumph of last yaer In the early part of July close to San Francisco will be fought what has been termed whether rightly or not the battle of the century between Jeffries and Johnson for the heavyweight championship of the world If Jeffries properly conditions him self and the battle is anything like what is expected I believe that when these two giant glad iators are pitted against each other we will see not only the battle of the century but thee battle of all time I will occupy a ringside seat and if Jeffries reaches anything like his old time form I expect to see him annihilate the smoke in less than twentyfive rounds tnowfind that I have written- it t itf s 1 i a much longer letter than I had any idea of when I started and I have no doubt that if I ha dwelt more upon the agricultural possibilities of this region and its other resources and not so much upon politics and athletics it would havn been more interest ing to some however I can take care of that later Athletics is taking a stronger hold each year upon all classes and ages of peo ple men and women and I venture to say regarding the part of this letter that refers to base ball particularly I will find many who agree with me I expect to start East within the next three weeks and on my trip hope to spend some little time in Columbia Trusting that I may have the pleasure of seeing my friends at home very soon and with kind regards and best wishes for every one I remain now and always Very sincerely yours Jno T Harvey Pro rare 1 The Missionary and Sunday School convention of the South Cumberland River Association will be held with the Russell Springs church Russell Springs Ky on Friday night Saturday and Sunday May 2729 1910 FRIDAY 730 P M Devotional ExercisesPastorO- rganization Report of advisory members Introductory sermon J M Pierce SATURDAY 10 A M The needs and outlook of our LIAdkinsDistinguish between works and graceC M Deener S B Col lins SATURDAY 730 P M The organization and perpetui ty of the church C F Breed ing W C Barrett SUNDAY 9 A M The Sunday School a Its Benefit WABreeding b Its Progress Prof Barnes c The qualifications of its officersSoD Foley and A E CooperI Convention SermonJ L Ad kins C M Deener AlternateI Execution To satisfy executions 1838 and 1839 which issued from the office of the clerk of the Adair Circuit Court on the 14th day of March 1910 No 1838 in favor of N H W Aaron and against Grace B Bradshaw for five hundred dollars 50000 with 6 per cent inter est thereon from the 29th day of Sep tember 1909 and seven dollars and six ty cents cost 760 No 1839 in favor of George E Stone and N H W Aa ron against Grace B Bradshaw for the sum of three hunred dollars 30000 with 6 per cent interest thereon from the 29th day of September 1909 also the sum of thirteen dollars with inter est at the rate of 6 per cent per an num thereon from the 15th day Febru ary 1906 and eight dollars and ten cents cost 810 1 will on Monday the 16th day of May 1910 at the Courthouse door in Columbia Ky the same being the first day of a regular term of the Adair Circuit Court at 1 oclock p m or thereabout offer for sale to the high est bidder on a credit of three months the following described property or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy said debts interest and cost Two tracts of land in Columbia Adair county Ky one tract containing three and onehalf acres and twelve poles and the other tract containing three and one fourth acres and thirtyseven poles less a strip on the southeast side of each tract 19 feet eleven and seveneights inches wide said twO tracts of land lie on Greensburg street and adjoins the lancisownedbyJF Montgomery R JF Paull and J N Coffey and the same two tracts of land conveyed by R L Jones Executor to JW Butler by deed bearing date of July 29th 1886 Said land is levied on and will be sold subject to the estate for life therein owned by Beltie W Butler Bond with approved security and bearing interest from date at the rate of 6 per cent per annum will be required of the purchaser this 12th 1910 A D Patternj 2S3t y AC l i + 4o COLUMBIA DISTRICT THIRD ROUNDd The following make up Presiding Elder Hulses appointments for the Columbia District going over the territory for the third time It is requested that the membership keep these appoint ments before it and attend the meetings Burksville Wesley Chapel May 78T- hurlow Beech Grove May 1011C- ampbellsville Circuit Souls Chapel May 1516 Spurlington and Early Poplar Grove May 1718 MayI2122 Mannsville M t Zion May 2829C- ampbellsville Station May 2930 Cane Valley Clear Spring June 45 Columbia and Tabor Columbia June 56G- radyville June 1112 Tompkinsville June 1819 West Tompkinsville June 21 22 Temple Hill June 2526 The District Conference will be held at Glensfork Ky June 791910- T L HULSE P E An Ideal Husband is patient even with a nagging wife maybthat trifles annoy her If she is melan choly excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness con stipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the most won o jful remedy for ailing women Thou sands of sufferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by Paull Drug Co Roosevelt a Candidate From Vienna comes the following cablegram Mr Roosevelt denied empha tically today the published state ment that he had agreed with Gifford Pinchot that his name might be used in connection with the presidency does not however mean IThis the time is ripe for announcing his candidacy Theodore Roosevelt will not be a can didateThe News does not set up as a prophet and claims no honors as a seer but it is pretty safe to bet that when the psychological moment arrives Theodore will announce himself In the meantime the report is that he is to make certain speeches for Beveridge in Indiana and that he will be heard on con servation at Kansas City It seems very probable that after about a couple of Roosevelt speeches have been heard friend Taft will find out that his spon sor at the last Republican con vention and his political creator has fish of his own to fry and is not so good a friend as he used to be What doth it profit a Rough Rider if he kill a half dozen bull elephants a herd of giraffes and a rhinoceros and a dikdik or so without coming home to be reelected Theodore Roosevelt a private citizen by his own wish We rather think not If there is any chanceand there seems to be every chance that he can get the Republican nomination Col Roosevelt will foe found ready to run and capable of showing L speed t ff i J S 1 L N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND RAIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANO- NNo27 700am 942am No 23815 am 1004 am No 79545 pm 740pm No 21ROOpm 1000 pm No 93630 pm 9OOpm NORTH BOUNDf- RAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 024 548 am 750 am o 78732 am 1015 am pmJoAo 92732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 areSunday trains only WILMORE HOTEL W ra WIIslclO Ei Ptop n FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable- Reasonable Rates GKftDYlILLe KY u D CrenshawIS VETERINARY SURGEON Special A tt netin t Eyes surgicalwell fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATIONNEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 405 Dr James Triplet Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 I Dr 0 S Bunbar Dentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H StoneA- ttone yAtLaw Will practice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky I Special attention given to Dentistry Dis f eases of the Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located in barn back of Hancock r Hotel i The Adair County News fAndr i CourierJournal One Year For t50 JDaily CourierJournal Three Months And The News 175 Subscribe Now f r IT I i4i r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSY r I Dirigo R L Campbell and family visited Mrs Campbells mother at Roy several days last week Mr Buford B Montgomery was here last week enumerating the census Capt Bradshaw was here last Sunday and organized a Sunday school ac Independence School louse Milch cows must be scarce Messrs Elroy Roe W H Ham monds Zeno Hammonds and Cor bett Breeding werehere trying to buy suchcattle RL Campbell Mose and Allen Wooten did business at Amandaville last Tuesday Luther Pelston of Cumberland county was here last Wednesday delivering corn at 80 cents per bushelThere is some evidence that the Burks ridge whiskey shop is open again So Mr Mitchell it is almost time for another good deedJ W McClister and Hiram Stotts did business at Columbia last ThursdayrJ J England was on the sick list several days last week Herschel and Leslie McClister Gadberry were here last week buying cattle The singing at Independence last Sunday was a success A large crowd and excellent sing ing completed the role The almost constant rain for the past week has put the far mers back a little But notwithstanding the cool weather vege tation is growing very fast and it will not be long until the weed crop will be a giant to contend with Short Meter Sermons It is easy for the putty man to be at peace As soon as you have life you have the inexplicable When the divine is only a pro position piety is only a history Hatred is never so lothsome as when it assumes a holy name Some who advertise heaven manufacture a good deal of hell The new day comes by sitting 11tryStress the good in your life and you will forget its distress The better the cause the great er the mischief of a base method Making the best of that which is wrong is often buttressing an evilThe easiest arguments to con struct are those that follow our appetites We can usually trust our friends to discover Providence in oursMost of us are willing to takeJ lessons in patients at the other mans clinic If heaven advertised for gau gers of character half would b qn the waiting lift Garden NotesE The toad is the gardeners best friend and the injurious insects ddorst enemy 0 f Let a toad abide in the cold frame it will destroy all bugs Tomato raisers save money with a home tanning outfit when markets are lowV D o rnot plant much garden L Ji f tf f tj t f f i C t Ask the man with whom you talk typewriters ifhe has a machine with a Combination Column Finder and Paragrapher t t r c i Th He may tellyou that he has not but he will not tell n p f you that a typewriter without It IS just as good The Combination Column Finder and Paragrapher is 0 a feature so essential to successful typewriter operation that i 1i r It will eventually be incorporated in all typewriters I c 1 The typewriter offering this feature today IS the fr i SitnlathiPrenile 11 t 1 The Smith Premier Typewriter Model 10 has four teen exclusive features allof vital importance in producing t workien you complete descriptions of them THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER O Ylni Syracuse N Y Branches everywhere r it truck without a few years experience it may prove expensive That spraying potatoes pays there is no longer doubt The bestpaying market is the local one where arrangements can be made to sell directly to the consumer Always keep posted on the condition of the market and sell what and when people want fromIDonts for Churchmen Dont forget that a mans faith is his real fortune Dont try to irrigate this desert by preaching for tears Dont expect t o burnish a crown by simply polishing a pewDont forget that charity is not made to go far by spreading it thin Dont forget that a little sun hine practice is worth a lot of moonshine poetry Dont fail to observe that the more a man hugs himself th smaller he becomes eDont fail to learn that fewer despairing Christians makes few doubting people Dont expect success when trying to listen to Cod by tern ing a deaf ear to men Dontfail to observe that th piety that is only skin deep is likely to affect the lungs Dont overlook thefct that love lifts up only when itiS not aware that it is bending down J Dont Jail to note that anr t J tf J p t i a rr kind of thoughtless charity gen erally turns into the heartless kind A Funny Proposition Man comes into this world itlagainston earth his time is spent in one continuous round o f contraries and misunderstandings by the balance of our species In his infancy he is an angel in his boyhood he is3 devil in his manhood he is everything from a lizard up in his duties his e a fool if he raises a family his e a chump if he raises a small check he is a thief and then law raises the devil with him if he manIagerrich he is dishonest but consid helisout of politics you cant pleaseII him as he is an und zenif he goes to church IS a hypocrite if hestays away from church he is a sinner and damned if he donates to foreign iestingyII When he first comes into the world everybody wants tp kiss him before he goes out they all want to kick him If he dies young there was a great future before him if he lives to a ripe wayesave ex roadrthe same AGOod Fora eyCrop atiaqap isand a itis a f 1YI j WCjt Ii f manYINewcrop may be sown from early spring to the middle of May By making sowings at intervals of two weeks a succession of crops may be had The common rate of sowing is one and one half bushels of each per acre The broadIcastground and then turned under about three or four inches deep The ground is then harrowed and the oats drilled a few days later The land may first be prepared and each crop drille usuallyIare greenIthe peas blossoming one may be gin to cut for green feed For hay the oats should be in the milk stage and the peas should have well formed pods Peas arid oats can also be pastured to advantage with hogs This crop venItons Childf theIhthrowghCough They slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have saved A few doses cured our baby of a very bad case of Croup writes Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock N CWealways give it to him when he takes cold Its a wonderful medicine for abies Best for Coughs Colds LaGrippe Asth ma Hemorrhages Weak Lungs 5Oc 51 00 Trial bostle free Guaranteed by PaullDrugCo Me tingofthe Medical Society The Adair County Medical Society CoiwnrJ ii ion T1 rxlw May 12th ki 1 at tit t i 6Et l t tr h LkSii r oclock We want a full meeting Dr McChord from Lebanon the Councillor from the 11th district will be here and we want every doctor in the count to be on hand We want a public meeting We want every preacher eve lawyer every County official eve school teacher and all who feel an in pubhealth lit ry member of the Fiscal Court We want the citizens of Columbia to show the interest they feel in keeping our to Unittus show Dr McChord that we appreciate his coming The program will be as follows Dr R McChord a paper of his own selection Dr W F Cartwright The signs of the times in medicine shouldd we PUbliCjmedical Jeavelour sanitationd do we get from attending Medical Socie ties L Preachers lawyers and citizens gen erally will be invited to give talks any subject pertaining to sanitatio- and the public health R Grissom W F Cartwright U D Taylor Program COI In Memory On the evening of April 18th 1910 the angel of death visit the home of Mr and Mrs W liam Johnson of near Gadberryt nd claimed for its victim the spirit of little Samuel and took it home to God He was the only child the idol of his parents IAllcould do to relieve his suffering Itakethere is no sickness and deaF and sad parting comes no more Religious services were held it w i fC 1 ll A7v THE di rMr I LOUISVILLE TIMESL fOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVERI THE REGULAR PRICE OF TIMEStIS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER GETiTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSAND THE LOUISVILEE i TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 450 8Ithe best afternoon paper printed anywhereHas best corps of corres ondentsrCovers the Kentucky field per fectly 1Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPERnot to The Louisville Times BargerYafter which the remains were cemery tery Beautiful baby art thou sleeping Neer to unclose thy beaming eyes Deaf to the voice of a mother weeping sighsedMother loved mother Im not sleeping Father look up to the soft blue sky Where the glittering stars bright watch are keeping Singing and shining there am r A Cousin Gonstipatiiii Frileee onstipation of relief such as hot or cold water on yourbreakfastwhen these fail OnThe majority then start on salts and catharnwereallgo Now you should try just once again sensIbleIguaranteed to be permanent in its re abrIeftheirworkcan do away with medicines of all kinds orSanvl11e 0I1wIthoutname and address to Dr Caldwell and ob ItJfedy you need buy a fifty cent or onedollar bottle of your druggist and con untilcureddose is s111al11t Is pleasant to the taste effectiveandmoney will be refundedjThis remedy a a cen bYmoreBecausettaste is the ideal laxative remedy forchildren women and old folks generally pleasedto torand he will reply toyoul detail or the free sample send your name and on a postal card or doctorsaddrMIIell buikliiier Xoftttatife HI C Sh4t- a H rJJr i r 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY JSEWb j 19 The Trade Of ABAIRAnd Adjoining Counties Last Fullyintended Goods and two weeks ago 1 went to Cincinnati and purchased an r i IMMENSE Stock of GOODSFor the Market My shelves are now full of everything kept in a firstclas store gaud I ani prepared to sell you goods cheaper than fiver before i MY DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT can not be excelled and to this Line of Goods the ttntionofthela i s is called Everything has 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 N I HAVE IN STOCK the largest line of Ladies and Ge Furnishing ever offered to this people and everything is new When you come in and do not see what you want ask for it It will be furnished 1 v v I THANK the trade for past favors and solicit the continuance of same J i d WT V Wa1ker1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEws Published Every Wednesday BY TOE Adair County News Company a INCORPORATEDf 1 CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- tercst of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec and class mail matter WED MAY 4 1910 l The Confederate Veterans of A the United States will meet at Little Rock next year f Emperor William will g o in 4 person to the railway station tot meet Mr Roosevelt when t he former President reacheSBerlin For many years Massachusetts has been agitating the election of United States Senator by popular vote Last Tuesday the measure passed the House o Hon John W Kern was nomi nated last Thursday by th Indiana State Democratic Con vention for United States Sena tor Tom Taggart was in the running for awhile but he soon dropped out fV It is positively stated that Mr fKBryan will not bea candidate f for United States Senator be fore the Nebraska Legislature His reason is that he would not be willing to antagonize local tyJ2r Democrats l The ninetyfirst anniversary f the Independent Order of Od- fellows was duly celebrated at the Masonic Temple Louisvill- last Tuesday night All thet ldgesof Louisville New Albany Mnd Jeffersqnville participated Mrs Pearl Armstrong of New Albany Ind charged with kill ftingTier husband was found f jguifiy in the Clark county Ind r JeffersonviileJtjstJ J a sentence from two to twentyr 1 y r 1i f r Judge W Con Bell who lived at Harrodsburg was in a wreck and was instantly killed near Seattle Wash Sunday night His wife was dangerously injured and sixteen other persons The talk now is that Mr Roosevelt will succeed Mr Depew as United States Senator from New York Republican leaders theIbe stilled In our judgment there is not enough power behind that office to suit Teddy It comes from a New York paper that Mr Roosevelt has notified the President that he endorses his administration and is heartily for Kim for the second term that he Roosevelt will not be a candidate for the Presidency nor for any other office in the meantime s The Republican Committee which met at Corbin last Satur day to fix a date and name the candiedate for Congress in the Eleventh District ageed upon a primary and September 15 was named as the date Mr Powers supporters asked for a n early date first Monday in August Reports to the daily papers stated that Mr Edwards won a complete victory Three men were appointed t o draft rules governing the pri mary their report to be made by the 27th of August All three are ardent Edwards supporters liverdopenedfirstclass a lumbia and is occupying the barn on the side street leading from preens burg street known as the Allen Walk er barn He keeps firstclass horses and he has a numberof elegant buggies He is also prepared to send out traveling men with safe drivers Mr Richard son is a firstclass gentlemanvery ac comrmodating and the trade will make ho mwtike in calling at hw place and taking a look at his splendid outfit 252t t Russell Springs Work on Mr Geo Kimbles store building is progressing nicely and will soon add to the beauty of the town Mr Will Eads is in tows tuning pianos He isan xpert piano tunerm f Mr Perry Hutchison of Columbia was here last week super intending the work being done on the building for the Grinstead poultry and produce house now located here Miss Nora and Carrie Brad shaw of Montpelier were shop ping here Thursday and visited the R S A Miss May Pearl Richards is visiting her brother Lucian this week The Normal work at the R S A is now underway and deep interest being taken also the music department retains its in terest as there are now 21 taking lessens enrolled for the last monthHave you seen the comet is thequestion of the day V The L W T S ball team are here to play the R S A team today but as our letter has to go to theNews to day we can not give any account of the game y Grissom was calling on our merchants last week Mrs Lola Wilson and Miss Mary Hadley were in Columbia one day last week Miss Liza and Irene Haynes were at Russell Springs Friday shopping Caue Valley The late freeze did some dam age to the fruit and gardens The protracted wet weather delayed farmers but they are again at word finishing planting cornS Mrs Duvall aged 71 diedFri day morning and funerals yicei Saturday at the Christian cHurch conducted by Rev JZ T Wil barns iC 1 iiJk Mn yr SalomaJKy remains were brought to Rev Dudgeons at this place and inter red in the Grant cemetery this county The deceased was the mother of Rev Frank Rife who came to his mothers bedside from Plant City Florida Mr Sam Damron was at the bedside of hisI sister Mrs Du vail I Rowes X ROads Old aunt Betsey Murphy died last week and was buried at Ann Dicksons near Olga Miss Lura Clemon died at Esto April 21th after a long illness with consumption Lura was 19 years old and had been a member of the Methodist church Here at Mt Pleasant for five years She died in full faith in her Jesus She leaves a father mother three sisters and many friends to mourn her loss From us Her body was laid to rest in the McElroy grave yard in the pres entsof a very large crown of friends and relatives to await the resurrection of the good Miss Flora Cook was visiting in the Montpelier neighborhood last Saturday arid Sunday Rev J M Turner spent three days last week hauling in logs for the new Oak Grove church house at this place Rev T D Compton has gone to the Pineywoods this week to visit some of his children for a few days John and Jim Oaks and Fount Selby are rafting logs this week near Creelsboro Thomas Hadley and wife were visiting the family of Clay Had ley and Otho Bib eafew days 17or last week Vin I think that now Easter has past agam and we will ave warm weather soon ltWi r Abslter- yti 4tyre x Health tthlsfh i Dffiho s t n Sunday school is progressing nicely at this place under the asiThe frost did considerable dam age to the fruit gild early gar ders last Saturdaynight R 0 Dillingham the census enumerator of this district has returned to his place of business at Campbellsville accompanied by his sister Bertha Mr W H Cave and daughters Arva and Cleo left Monday for Franklin Ind where they will make their future home They will be greatly missed in this neighborhood There will be preaching at Parnells Chapel the first Sunday in May Mr Nell Cape who has been doing bnsiness for the C T Wal ling Bottling Co returned home TuesdayMiss Aiva Cave entertained quite a number of her young friends Wednesday night and all repoated a nice time Miss Effie Sanders and brother Lambert visited Miss Annie Robertson Sunday Dr Z T Gabbert of Roley passed through here en route for Columbia last week Several rafts of logfrom Neatsville went down with the tide last weeks The river overflowed the low bottoms at this place and dam aged some corn that had bee planted Mr1 J Hi Martin is in bad health day CraftI The rainy weather has dis hearted the farmers in this corn munity and their occupations i setting by the fire smoking their pipe of clay The health of this community- is not very good at present qiMrs some bet fU lIter at present r iJfort f vMr Tom Kelsey and fir Nei- lve Davi of Campbeilsville were t It i is l visiting at Mr Nathan MurreJPs last Saturday night IRev J H Rood preached a very interesting sermon at Clear Spring last Sunday Mr Otho Bryant is very low withrheumatism at present Miss Tina Blankey was the quest of Miss Lula Tucker last SundayMr A Murrell and family visited at Tom Bryants last Sun day The saw mill near Cray Craft- owned by C L Maupin which has been employed for some time will move near Oak Grove in the near future Mr Albert Bryant has return ed from Louisville where he has been for several days On Saturday the 23thof April it being a nice cool day theRoy ball team crossed bats with the LindseyWilson ball team on the L W T S campus the results was 12 to 10 in favor of the lat theIBut if they want to get defeated one time decently let them come to our campus and if they dont come they are ot brave boys V v A petition has been circulated through this precient to call a primay to nominate Caleb Powers for representative of this district We all know that he was accused of murdering Wm ofnthis district want a murderer to make their laws Sure not but the howling wolves say let him come But for my part they can keep him in the mountains FOXES WANTED toa5QsQUlrrels oemT5to1 5 And Express Sandname ffovac expr ss ieirirs1letter tfi w Ty HODGENY v Box 233 CampbellsvillerlCy There will be no sale of lots as adwyvr W j tyertied in the case of NHW Aaron vGrac Bri3 hW Theinatt has Sleii settled r Mrs Bradshawv rr y f r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 5 r AdditionalLocalsWanted r x 500poplar logs from eight to 12 feet xot smaller thin eight inches in diamet er 252t Morrison Co 1 r J For Sale One hundred and twentyfive barrels of fist class corn at my farm one mile west of Dune ville Ky For further in formation call on phone or write C L PylejHustonville Ky Box 144 lOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock v CATTLE Shipping steer 50Qg550 Beef steers r 400450 Fat heifers and cows 325375 Cutters 325375 Canners 100225 Bulls 275325H u Feeders 375425 Stockers 350400 Choice milch cows 35004500 ICommon to fair cows 10002000 HOGS Choice 165 to 200 930 Mediums 130 to 165 A 920 Pigs 810 Roughs 875 SHEEPANDLAMBSI Best Iambs 8U0900- Culls 300400 Fatsheep r 375425 GRAIN Wheat 115 Corn 90 PONT THE HEN I eggs for when You Insurance and Eggs it best to Insurance that you is godd the MURRELL That 300DaCJ8080E 3IQHOf GadberrYIThe wheat in this section looks very promising at present t Mr and Mrs Evan Bennett of were the guest of Mr and Mrs W Thurs day night of last week Misses Ethel Moore and Stotts visited relatives at this place last Saturday nightJ and Sunday Th singing at Tabor last Sun ywey and Cabell was largely attended Rev B M Currie Columbia was in this neighborhood visiting last Friday Mr and Mrs Frank Sinclair Messrs Johnie Conover Rollin Willis and Miss Conover were guests of Mr and Mrs W R Dohoney last Sunday John Lowe of Columbia the shoe drummer was athisj last Saturday J Misses Doraiand Mary Young of Joppa were this place shop ping last Thursday Mrs Annie Allen entertained quite a number of her lady 22nd Those present were Mrs James Mont gomery Mrs Montgomery Mrs Myrtle Stiilis of Columbia F Mrs Montgomery Mrs Ben and Mildred of Grkdville Mrs Rowe Mrs Sallie Rowe and Louise Rowe of near Colum 3riw V Rowena Measles is the atest ffhrthe many followers their iM River affords good boating tides at present and the steamers arc taking advtnt age their o Ii iP I fv t IJ ti Frostis quite an artist judging from the appearance of the farmers Mrs Mary Baugh enroute Nashville to Georgetown stopped at this place to visit l relatives and friends Rev Pangburn filled his regu lar appointment at this place last Sunday 0 B Bertram and Jamestown while enroute to Alt bany spent Saturday night home of J D McFarland Mr Bertram will attend circuit at Albany Mr Hurt traveling salesman was calling on our merchants last week J DrJ 1 McClendon left last Sunday for Louisville Mrs J S Wooldridge of Helm returned home last Sun day from a few days visit at the home of her sister Mrs M F GuthrieWe greatly a letter in News Belle Plains Kan and was delighted to know they are getting along so well and hope to see a letter from the same source quite often I i BLAME IWhen you get they were good 11 she laid them el D can examine Companies you can Candle but after all isnt demand the kind of know all time I MILLER Columbia Ky fl Sell Kind tf tJ ae 08DaOHO crop Cane Valley R Hurt Ruth Bliss of Effie the place at friends lastTOdty Ed Kate Grisson Miss Walker Cora little Miss bia fashion Row itsrrove popularity Cumberland a PItJInit Jack vegetables from family the court the from bad Wallace DifigoI here last Friday Mrs J W McClister visited her parents Mrana Mrs Charlie Bennett of the Fairplay commu nity several days last week Born to the wife of Herschel Janas on the214th of April twin girlsW P Epperson Roy visited relatives here a day or so last weekJ Hundley is very sick with fever at this writing Miss Bessie Epperson is now a clerk in Melvin Pettys store at Picnic Sunday school at Independence is progressing nicely And we would be glad for jail who live in reach to attend- J Owen White the census preIcinctS H Mitchell deputy sheriff was calling on the boys last Fri dayLast Wednesday night someone entered the smoke house of Mose Wooten and helped themselves to two fine hams As Mr Wooten could not believe that any one in this community would stoop that low he was very much surprised on 1issinghis meat next morn ing and thus set out to fine the culprits if possible He struck a trail at his gate which he followed and finally located the parties ile found that they lived beyond Sparksville from here And so after coming up with the sus pests he pressed his point until one of the parties owned up and f promised to return the n1atif Mr Wooten would protect himm from the law but fearing such promises Mr Wooten made comp inli8 the Magistrate and cun t staff le Janet went to the place where they wee to imectjMose fj r with the meat and waited but they failed to show up So he went infsearch of the parties He found and arrested one oJL the parties that night but the other had absconded He however was Apprehended and arrested next day They will have an examining trial next Wednes day I am truly glad that they were apprehended so that there could be no reflection on our peaceful community And then o all the mean crime that can be committed stealing is among the lowest f Ono That much dreaded drouth that the astronomer predicted would be until after Halleys comet passed in May has proven to be very damp and cool W C Bennett who is suffer ing from withe swelling is very bad at this writing Those that have not planted their corn are rejoicing while others are sorrowing because of their swiftness The boys are beginning to open their eyes for the yellow suckers and red horse nearby this being on the eve of shooting time Wheat crops are looking quite dull for the present We hope theIMr Janes the Cumberland grocerman we have been informed married some time ago and has now given up his job of drumming and gone to live with farmtseems that the people are slow to take hold of the church house work and build for them selves a place to worship GodI the giver of all things who blessed them with health and funds sufficient to prepare a place of worship may they be impressed and go to work for the cause and never look back A little child of Addy Ander son and wife that was burned so severely died recently and the remains deposited in the Grove at Ono The spirited soul of the little one took its flight to the God Who gave it May the par ents prepare to met the little one and God in peace M E Tarter the poultry man is quite sick and unable to make his regular trips for chix and eggs Waterloo Propably some of the readers of the News dosnt know where Waterloo is It is situated in Pulaski county 12 miles west of Somerset on the Somerset and Columbia road in a little village that is called Rainwater town There are several pretty cottages and about 100 populations in the city limits The farmers are up with their work severalhave planted corn and every thing is on a boom lively and the goose hangs high All kind of stock is sellipg at a high price especially hogs They run as high as the comb of the house and as scarce as chickens teeth at that Mr Moore of Somerset has r centlybeenin this region taking up lumberJprH E Rainwater t E T Barker our clever merchant ndPostmjferof Retta who has been sick for quite awhile is not any better at this writing We hope he wilt soon lable toM out again i Ia Mr and Mrs C B Rainwater Have been visiting Mrs Rain waters parents Mr and Mrs M A Popplewellalso Mrs Wool dridge at Jebez Russell county The Sunday school at Mt Pisgah is progressing nicely The New Hope church met the 2nd Saturday in this month and elected Rev John 0 Sutherland for their pastor for the next yearThe family of Thomas Brunet are all sick with measles Most every body seems to be greatly disturbed over Halleys Comet It is reported to us that there are several diging cellars to- go in on May 18 Of course we dont know how it is going to be but hope it wont be any worse on May 18th than it is nowI Basil We have had plenty of rain for the last few days We had a large frost the 23rd of AprilA meeting at Moores chapel commencing the 20thlast ing until the 24 Large crowds good singing and fine preaching conducted by brother Stayton meeting at Moores chapel every Wednesday evening- A telephone line will run from Mr Lis Coomers to Sparksville There are 20 boxes from Mr Coomers to Sparksville- Mr and Mrs Willie Coomer visited Mr and Mrs Willey Wilson Saturday night Mr and Mrs Ed Shirley of Eastforkvisited Mr and Mrs Perry Nelson Sunday Uncle Bever and aunt Been Crag visited Mr and Mrs Perry Nelson Saturday night Mr and Mrs C Gowen and Mr Charlie Rowe of Sn arksville attendedchurch at Mores Chapel Sunday Bro Stayton preached the funeral of Mr and Mrs Paynes little boy Ernest Lee last Sun day A large crowd was present They are highly respected and liked by all in this community Mr Gilliam Breeding and C L Gowen visited Mr and Mrs Willie Hamiltion a few days ago Mr Wolford Page of Sparks yule and Mrs Dee Comptonof Basil were married the 14th of AprilMr and Mrs Earen Yarberry visited Mr and Mrs Lis Coomer SaturdayMr Mrs Chim Hamilton visited his mother Mrs July Sullins of Sparkesville a few days ago The writter is invited to a logrolling and a quilting tomorrow at Mr C Moss en f Helnv o hI We have had about three weeks of cool and wet weather and about twenty feet rise in the river at this writing The Gasoline boat G N Whistler owner by Oldham Bros of this place made a flying trip to Albany Landing and back last SundayMr JM Lester of Kendall who has been in bad health for some time is every lowat this t writtinglMr1i try Buster of Creelsboro the enumerator of this precinct was here last Monday taking t- hecensusStV Mir JyS Wpoldridge and wife- tz i j 1 f Jf c I rOOooflSummer ft- o Goodso0 0 The buyer for our Dress Goods and Furnish = Uing Goods Departments has been in the 0DOn Onmass s ter In DreSS Goods we are showing a nice assortment of Silks embracing all the Seasons Shades in Taffetas Satin Taffetas Foulards Mes selines Liberties Radiums c A Choice Selection of Wash Goods Lawns Organdies Linen Suitings Dotted Swiss es Zephyr Ginghams Solid Color Suitings Matched Patterns for 2 piece Suits c Trimmings Bandings Yokings All ovens Embroideries Laces Braids c to suit Dress Goods Furnishings Hosiery and Gloves to match Colors in Dress Goods Underwear Neckwear Hair Goods Hair Pins Baretts c Footwear Everythiyg in Summer Foot wear for Ladies Misses and Children You dont have to go or order goods from the city this season We U geti0 rig to pay your fare Youll pay your fare all right and then some Allwe askis a chance to show you we have the goods you want a esr asrrs rteea 0 Russell Co 0 160 OJlJIO OcO eeeiooe ou oSXsXaXSSXSXSSXssX5s IIpay the freight on CARPETS RUGS LINOLEUMS IIWe CURTAINS PORTIERS on orders received by mail lWhite to day for the Handsomly II lustrated Catalogue it will prove a I great boon to Home Furnishers 1 HUBBUCH BROS WELLE6IDORFF CENTRALLY LOCATED I522 524 W Market St Bet 5th 6th St LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY o ee XXXX XXXXXXX XXXXX s of this place were visiting rela tives near Rowena last Saturday and Sunday They returned home Sunday afternoon on the Str Rowena BrosIMr A B DeBow a traveling salesman with Phillips Buttorff manufacturing Co of Nashville was in our midst last Saturday Master Walter Powell who bas been very sick with malaria fever is reported better at this writingMr called at this place last Saturday night and i bit a tatoes1Socall here any more afhe takes every thing in his war x MreA Smit of th 1 fhlt 1ettm aboutsixadozan t tl Hofa lE tft Ii t tsxfyr per day and the feed for his hens cost him about 25 cents per day leaving him a profit of about 75 centsoThere have been some corn planted through this community The death angel called at the home of Mr Willie Stearns lash fprmiIleaving a dear papa mama one little sister and two brothers to mourn the loss Weep not dear ones as our loss is his eteral gain But lets meet little Robert again A Man Wants to Die only when a lazy liter and sluggish bow els cause frightful despondency But Dr Kings New Life Pill xc Ipoi orfrom Ir4aggjney trouble Im rtJth and I the wc nervou arsdpuj Ke k PauU Droif Coaf a f 1 f F 7 I f t 6- THE DAIK COUNTY NEWS l ArwedThe qu wn L Will make the present season at my barn Ii miles south of Mill 1 town and will be permitted to serve mares for the sum of 12 to Insure a Living Colt His coltsare well disposed have fine ac tion and good eyes I JACK CHINN I will also stand this celebrated Jack the fee being 7 The terms same as the above named horse J C BROWNING t e o vo +soee o o s 44444 i r1Deh1et 13ttos 116 B market St Bet 1st Brook Lcouistille Kentucky Get Our + Quota + Lion on ELLWOOD FENCE + Before you buy + We+ Will save 4 2MONEY 4 Horse I 0 T1 bWA E Mine GaDsi 2167Both IIARDW Pres J B COCKE Pres R DIETZMAN Sec WT yne Mill Supply Co ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 II 1VIIlkIkWaIGT1TSI SAW IN ML1S MILLS FEED LOUISUILLG MILLS SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Telephone Phones Kinds of Machinery Repaired lAIJ I I o 44 e 4 4 v Sash Doors I 2 Largest Wholesale Sash and Housem In the 6 your orders to us for prompt shipment andgoodgoQdsy We appreciate 9 e Ii I E L oGO1-e INCORPORATED Coach jdA Cutlery WAGON lTE mACJ1ilisTS Blinds MouldingslColumns Porch Material JInterior SoutheSend them 211215 E Main Street i LOUISVILLE ICY I 1 Fifth Avenue H Hotel H Pi S PIKE CAMPBELL MGR rRefurnished Redecoratedand er Popuii iJ randRetail Districts Churches andvTheaters U i i ifIFTU AVENUE LOUISVILLE I 7J FIFTH AVENUE BET GREEN ASD WALNUTSTREETS Louisville Kentucky i T The Acfaif Gounty Ne sand Qum y Jomat iWonYear for 150 i 1i1rt r 1 f iJ t Ii r I t Pyrus We had a very good game of baseball at School Spring last aturday afternoon Mrs Ellis Nance is visiting her daughter Mrs Emma Kelt ner at this writing Mr Charley W Keltner and wife were visiting at Mr Tom CheathamSgpart of lastweek Mr Lawson Rodgers and Master Gid Coffey and Clarence Compton were here last Saturday Mrs Ellis Coffey is on the sick list at this writing Mr ClintonMoss visited at G D Vance last Sunday- G D Vance has a fine peacock colt It is so activecan turn on a dollar Miss Lee Keltner visited at Mr Tom Cheatham last Sunday Mr Claud Keltner and wife visited Mr G 6 Coffey last SundaySquire Kemp and wife visited at Mannie Kemps a few days agoMr Emmit Robertson visited W S Pickett and family last Sunday n Jabez We are having ple ty6frain in this section Our Sunday School has opened again at Christian Home Mr Addie Andersons baby died a few days ago It was badiybnrnedabout one month agoMr and Mrs Carl Rainwater spent Sunday and Monday with the latters sarents Mr and Mrs Mit PopplewelL Mr Edgar Johnson who has been taking in the Street Fair at Somerset returned home last MondayDr T Francis of Monti cello who has been at this place doing some dental work left for Faubush Thursday Breeding The cold blast which struck this part last week caused great uneasiness among the farmers who had planted corn and those those whose gardens were plant ed Richard Dillon of L W T S was at home last week to visit parents and attend the meeting at this place The greatest revival this community has ever had closed last Saturday night with 30 conver sions and 21 additions to the M theIClavius Fields and George Hun dley who have been attending L W T S have come home to put out a crop- Farmers in this part are ready to plant corn but the river has been so low that they couldnt get any fertilizer but as the willJbeginat Mad dogs have been raging through here but duckno one has been bitten but several hogs and dogs were attacked and bitten Robert Wilson bought qfHar riet Travis of color ascertain boundary of land for 1QO- Zellil iekis ww on the sick list slut week tawlit dIis isimply i5N F LOIOIOIOIOIOTOl UetARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR tr1iio h Wr tIf so we can furnish anything +you may need in rough or dressed LumberRoofjing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns 4 tt v SidingCeilinging is manufactured from Dry Lumber V e We can furnish any material needed in our line and keepaassorted stock of Finishing Material of thetState I AIsTDTTSKTST COMP NYJ COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1 r LOIOIOIOIOI01 coming to the front and is be coming a trade center Two stores a blacksmith shop a fine dwelling and grist mill have been completed since lastChrist masRobert Janes little son of J H Janes and Claude England having heard of the Wild West where people get rich in a few days decided to cast their lot there and last Sunday without asking counsel of any one start d but were overtaken at Campbells ville by relatives and the prodigals were forced to give up rC1turnage ground until a more mature Holmes We are having a few winter days in April after such a beauti ful March Some farmers are about done planting corn but some are wear ing long faces who have planted in the river bottoms for the river is over it and they will have it to plant again C P Banks who has lately been on a trip to Ohio has re turned and was to see his sister Mrs S H Jones Sunday Mr D P Rice spent a week in Louisville visiting friends and relatives a short time ago s Mr and Mrs J B Russell and daughter Nannie Ben Mur rell wife and children were at S H Jones Sunday Ollie the little daughter of A H Watson spent the week with her grand mother Mrs Millie Watson Three children of Tom Hard wicks near this place have measlesMisses Lora Bettie and Elmoa Jones visited at their grand father S H Jones Sundaay Mrs J B Cave of this place who has been sick is reported some better at this writing Miss Mary Jane Jones a daugh ter of J T Jones near Plum Point was married on the 5th inst to Mri Franklin Weathing ton of Clementsville Mrs Rosie Christie of Haskins ville Green county passed here last week en route to visit her parents Mr and MrsG It Feese of Plum Point A Plan Wants to Die only wh n a lazy liver and sluggish bowl cane frigbtftil de pondency But Dr Kinf s New Life Pills excel poi ons from the system bring hope and pour age curtail Liver Stomach and Kid ney trouble impart health and vigor to the walc nsrvoua and aillnf 25c at oP llTugL4a squarely by the j It f 3Q0E38E38E38 3E3HQt 1 Rex Peacock S aThis Famous horse wii serve mares at 700 If to Insure a living colt ii REX PEACOCK saddle and harness horse sired by Jordan IPeacock No 1148 dam by 2nd Jewel he by Artist Jewel 2nd dam by Cromwell Denmark he by old Denmark W Never before has there a horse made a season at that price that abreeds as well as this horse L WOOD 1GOis 15f hands high gets more high priced of this county Mr Curt Yafberry of M Jacks colts that will be 2 years old in May that he refused 440 00 for A number of others have sold forlj high prices We know of 45 mares served last spring by this that is with foal and 11 good ones that we have not heard from besides the failures 1Will serve to insure a living colt 600 for horse colt and 700fo a mare colt The above named stock will make the present seasons at A 0 w Youngs barn one mile north of Joppa J Q Money due when colt is foaled mare traded bred to other stock w or moved from neighborhood Not responsible for accidents k Phone 57 Ht a Q YOUNG BROS Joppa9 Ky a I- J 3CJ8CJE308E38CJIf = I COLUMBIA BOTTLING COMPANY I Columbia Kentucky tCONTRAQT BOTTLERS OF vWe t M Y CCCA + J t 6My = Cola is made from the Original1 Coca Cola formula We also make fa iiT full line of Pops and drinks includingTm GRAPE CASCADE fe w y tiA+ GINGER ALE j tliH And the Leading Soda Pops t SI 4 t iUnited States in that Zelaya business says Troy Tinier Our sister republic is entirely aware of the troublemaking character of the manlvho is trying r to run Nicaragua on the dictator plan and has a full share of iah oDance from thecoedIborulan thatjiieigh I d t 41Mtit boring country Mexico has iearned that peace order and l material development mean and has no sympathy with the Z lya- nstYleofcantankerousiie MrE A McKinley will grind for ill t whdnahevKy Sate i ffY chill- MarGraToraft t 1 0r2 tiUI r T TTI T TTr J f t THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSIr WhySniferA- re you one of the thousands of women wHo suffer from female ailments 2 If so dont be discouraged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Cardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been YforJ contains no harmful ingredients and can be depended on in almost any case tI- Take CARDUIJo Help Mrs Charles Bragg of Sweetser Ind tried Cardui SHe meBeforeyourmedicmeAT ALL DRUG STORES Ella The health of this community is very good at this writing The farmers are about through planting corn in this community Our Sunday school is progress ing nicely under the management of S L Williams The little daughter of Ifr9 B Williams is very sick at this writingMr Piles and wife from Illinois are visiting his father and brother near Ella at this writing Lizzie Abrel visited Miss Pearl Williams last Satudray night Mr J B Piles bought a nice excises hog from Mr J B Abrel Price unknownLizzie Abrel was shopping at Eunice one day last week Miss Etwol Williams visited Lizzie Abrel last Sunday night Several from this place attend ed the singing at Bear Wallow last Sunday and all reported a nice time Mrs Margaret Williamsvisited the family of Dr Perrymans last Sunday Miss Etwol Williams visited her cousin Miss Dorcas Bottoms near Knifley last Friday For Sale25 barrel of corn 6 stacks of hay sow and seven pigs 25 2t H B Garnett w Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH Studebaker Birdsell r flilburn =WagonsA car load o- fOliver Chilled Plows A car load of t- DisCliarrows A car load of Cultivators Corn Planters andI One= Horse Corn Drills Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies showin this Green Ser Country read for Spring trade Ife mj f LtM s SALtW AND a iTA S E IAL LINEs ci J Will deliver aiiy k ndi Farms Implements at any station 1 on the liN R RJf 1 WOods in LewisThe Merchant Qreehsburg Ky fr i Mail orders plfnply attended tom r j Pyrus IVJ We are having plenty ofrain at presentMr Vance made a busi ness trip to Columbia last week C W Keltner and son were in Columbia last week Several ofour ladies were shopping at Gradyville last Sat urday and the down pour ofrain was very unleasant as they re turned home Mr Ernest Parson and family were visiting Mr W S Pickett and family last Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Bertha Coomer was shop ping at Gradyville one day last weekMr and Mrs Porter Price Mr and Mrs Zeb Willis and daughter of Keltner were shopping at Gradyville one day last week Mr Sam Feese our wellknown produce man of Columbia made his regular trip to Pyrus last weekMr W S Pickett and family and Mr C W Keltner and wife attended preaching at Gradyville last second Sunday Rev Payne of Basil filled his regular appointment at our School house last Sunday evening We certainly appreciate Bro PayneI services and glad to note be with us next second Sunday at three oclock Messrs C C Pickett and E F Pickett of Bridgeport were visiting their father Mr W S Pickett one night this week Mr C W Keltner and three children Stella Demmon and Raymon attended Sunday school at Gradyville Sunday Misses Lelier and Maggie Vance and Master Rollin attend ed singing at Morris chapel last Thursday night Mr C W Keltner and son Demmon made a business trip Gradyville Monday Mrs Martha Parnell who has been staying for quite awhile with Mr T A Firkin and family of Cane Valley has returned home Mr C W Keltner and wife were at the bedside of Mrs Elsie Coffey last Sunday who is con fined to her bed with consump tionMr Squire Kemp and wife visited aunt Willie Kemp last Sunday We are glad to say that aunt Willie is enjoying the best of health for one of her age Born to the wife of Turner Keltner a son Turner is all smilesMrs Elsie Vance and little grand daughter of Bridgeport were visiting her daughter Mrs RF Keltner Garland Pickett attended preaching at Pleasant Ridge last Sunday Messrs J W Vire and J A Vier were visiting Whit Keltner who has been on the sick list for several weeks Mr Richard Sullivan made a business trip to Grdyyaille last weekiCrocus Mrs Tom Aaron who has been confined to her room with dropsy for sometime improves slowly Mr Marcus Loy wife and little dau h rlvisited relatives at Jamestown last week Rev Edward Aaron delivered two excelfent sermons at Jit ZIon lasth Sunday tttt1xy fS I rn Mr Tom Aaron has almost re covered from a severe spell of hiccough Rev James Black will preach at Mt Zion the first Sunday evening in May Mr Canda Cundiff and wife visited Porter Aaron last Sunday Mrs M E Collins has just re covered from a very severe case of typhoid fever Mr Cundiff Bradshaw lost a valuable milch cow last week Mr Grant Collins made a busi ness trip to Columbia Thursday Misses Kittie and Cora Kelsey were shopping here Wednesday Prayer meeting at Mt Zion is progressing nicely under the management of Add Aaron Miss Girtie Blair was shopping at Glensfork last Wednesday Basil The health of this community is reasonably good at present Mr Amos Coomer and family were visiting at Gradyville last weekMesdames Lena Munday and Bertha Coomer were shopping at Gradyville Monday The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely with quite a goodattendance C P Coomer and family ac companied Rev L F Payne and wife to his appointment atCool Springs last Sunday afternoon There will be quarterly meet ing at Morris Chapel the fourth Saturday and Sunday conducted by T B Stratton Mr Amos Coomer recieved a considerable hurt last Monday while at work He hadcut down a hickory sappling and was standing on it trimming off the limbs and was over balanced and fell on his ax handle and broke one or two ribs Mrs Dee Compton nee Coom er a daughter of Mr Lis Coom er of this place and Mr Page a prosperous widower of Sparks ville were married at the home of Rev Payne last Thursday afternoon Rev Payne pronounc ing the ceremony May they live happy and useful lives is the wish of the writer Fairplay We are having some cold rainy weatherVand snow at this writ ing Our merchants are having fine tradeMrs Ella Pulliam and Mrs Effie Strange were shopping at Gadberry last Saturday Miss Alta Pulliam was the guest of Miss Rosie Sparks last Saturday Rev Black filled his regular appointment at Concord Sunday evening a large crowd was presentMrs Harmon and little daught er Pauline were shopping at Gadberry Saturday Mrs Helen Green was the guest of Mrs Sarah Young last Saturday Mrs JD Turner and Mrs Mattie Darnell ands n w revisiting at Mrs Effie Strange last Friday A large crowd attended June Spoon log rolling last Saturday Allreported a good time and a gooddinneri Mrs H B McCliateris on the sick list at ihis writing EY StrneeJri the gue t rI4 e XsXSC35 ee aeeeeeeees eee I WEEKLY 1- s e COURIER JOURNAL e EditorI II a in politics It prints all the news I fear or favor The regular price withoutIa year but you can get the I ANOTHERADAAOUNTY NESVi BOTH ONE YEAR I Ie orI i I clif you will give or send your order to this v I papernot to the CourIerJournal Io IIcan gIve you a cut IWepaperVDaily or Sunday if you will writeI QtXXXXXXXX XXXX eo xxx eeo Xi s FRANK CORCORAN 1 HighGrade Marble Cemetery work of all kind Granite See before you buy Represented d by CG JEFFRIES in this and adjoining co untiesV air Lebanon Ky tLOTOIOTOTC OI i vrw jar rrrr r w w r iim rr 7iC ii 11 rn rr rr IC 1Emrr 1 7f K- v 7iCriL1 ii 7iCrnerrlTo List Your Property C IVVVWITH 1 O Paul Smythe LaHlerLVi- V REAl ESTATE AGENT Columbia Ky f5 IVr1C K t 3 1 Office in GarnettJBuidihg over Post Office Town Property and Farm Lands For Sale I VWW wri vi v v yri7R Irfimin n r 7I mri rrm7K r1 7i rrr re r R E Strange was in Colum bia Monday on business Mrs Gallia Loy visited Mrs S I Bennett one day last week Logan Sparks visited his sis ter Rosie Sparks last Saturday night and Sunday Little Miss Beatrice Strange visited Miss Alta Pulliam last Thursdayr Mrs joe Sparks and little daughter Ruby of Greensburg Ind who have been visiting relatives and friends at this place returned homer ew days ago Pent Cole and Ray Strange passed through our town pile day last week with a l dot chicfe r ens cnrouterf Clensfarhr J t l l tUS I Harmon White lost a very nice horse a few days ago Elbert Pulliam attended the singing at Glensforkjast Sunday conducted by G W Turner and Mr Dudley The mill at this place that latel- Y moved in owned by FrazierVSandusky is about readykafor work fC i A Regular Tom Boy was SusIeclimbing trees and fencer jumping ditches whitlingy always get ting scratches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds But laws Her mother just applied Buekl ns Arnica Salve and cured her quick FTeate every thine healable Boita Ulcers Eczema Old S srerV Corns or Piles Tryit a6c atiPault Drug Co lWi i 7 t t T i TTt g THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSti r YGradyville 1rial- Charlie Sparkes is attndihg Federal Court at Owensboro this week I J A Diddle was in Columbia a day or so of last week G T Flowers spent a day or so of last week in the communi ty of Fairplay Mr Brud Walker of Nell call s ed in to see us on his return from Greensburg last week Rev J W Sexton who has been confined to his room for several weeks with a complica tion of diseases is improving at this time After a week of rain and a little frost our farmers are again planting corn We hear a great deal of complaint about the scarcety of to bacco plants in this community Some few of our farmers are re planting their tobacco ground in corn We are sorry to state that Mr J M Wilson one of our best cit izens does not improve fast It is hoped when the weather gets warmer 4 e will regain his strengthThe along the line from Sparksville to Basil have the spirit of improvment and are now running a telephone line We understand that the line will be something like ten miles long and we will have twenty phones at reachMrs L Caldwell and her daughter Miss Mary of Mill town were guests of Mrs C 0 Moss one day last week Uncle George Flowers spent several days of last week visit ing his relatives near Columbia Uncle George says the weather was too cool for fish to bite He expected to put in several days fishing Nat Walker and Mr Cook two of our uptodate farmers put in a day or so of last week at Greensburg looking after farm ing implements and shipping to baccoA son of Mr and Mrs Sam Baker died very suddenly one day last week Mr Robert Q Keltner spent one day last week by the bed side of Mr C T Keltner for merly o f this community But now of East Fork who is dan gerously sick with pneumonia fever W L Grady was transacting business in Columbia last Wed- nesdaYv Dewey a little daughter o f Mr and Mrs S H Harper of our city has been in a critical condition for the past week with heart trouble Our old friend and neighbor Mr W T Moore of Cane Val ley spent a few days in our midst last week While uncle Billie is crippled up and cannot get around like a sixteenyear old he looks as fine as he did when he lived right in our midst i and is just fine company and has a fine memory of thins that happened many years ago We were certainly all glad to see him and enjoyed his company and only regretted that he could not stay longer with us- Ai few nights ago some one went to the meat house of Mr prizedtbetdoor open and went in and took down a large side of bacon and b i3ust a few nights before this cornsc y crib and took our several bushels of corn In the same com munity we have heard qf several of the citizens singbot corn and bacon When people get so low down and mean that they resort to this for a living the matter at once ought to be look ed into and find the guilty one and have them or him dealt with to the extent of the law Strong Hill would like awfully well to know who burnt the can vass off of his tobacco bed Absher Mr Willie Jones of Elkhorn is spending a few days at this placeDr Z T Gabbert and his daughter Miss Grace of Roley were in Columbia Monday and TuesdayMr Hun phress Hovious visited Mr W A Humphress last Saturday and Sunday Mr R 0 Dillingham has re turned to his place of business in Campbellsville He was ac companied b yhis sister Miss Bertha Mr W H Cave and his daugh ters Misses Arva and Cieo left Monday morning for Franklin Ind They were accompanied far as Campbellsville by Miss Audra Dillingham Mr C C Jones left Monday for Dnnnville to work in a spoke factory Mr Lambert Sanders and his sister Miss Effie were visiting Mr Delaney Robertson and fam ily last Sundayf Mrs Bettie Cooley and sons Ralph and Charley and Mrs Grassom visited Mrs Mary East SundayM Mrs Ethel Russell and sons Ewing and Tom and Nannie Cooley visited Mr and Mrs W P Dillingham jast Sunday The it and I Mr J B Cave and j spent with M A Mrs C C Jones H B Mrs B F Thomas and Mr Matthew in Mr Joe and Sylvia last Ann L Cave who has been her WH Cave home last Satur Mr o n Casey last Sunday j Judge Moss was out to the last morn ini which Mr WH Cave ned jf f J Mr Curtis Absher of Cray Craft visited his uncle H B Sylvia the gUest of Mr W A Rice and family one nIgbt last week Mrs Mary A spent one night last week her son Mr B F ShepIherd SundayIInight Mary Barnett visited her cousin Miss Laura Holmes list night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Owen Hum and little Mag gie are visiting Mr and Mrs Robert this week Mrs Lizzie Hood Mrs Mary East and son of the Mt Pleasant neighborhood spent at Mrs Bettie Mr Nell Cape is home from aIfew weeks stay in ville Mr Claud Callison of near Cane Valley bought ofj Mr W r H Cave a for 12 Mary A gave a social at her home night in honor of Arva and Cleo Cave who left Monday for Indiana A large crowd present and enjoyed by all Milltown GreensJ I visiting friends theIconItractorJ R is busy taking the school list this week F D Cobb is having his new BUY A BETTER BANNAS GREEN SEAL Paint every essential quality Nothing in but what should be there Nothing lacking that will improve it combined finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil The Made to Wear Paint rradurally FOR SALE BY THE JEFFRIES DARDWARESTORE KENTUCKY daughter Miss Fannie Sunday Brockman Mrs Robertson Misses Bettie Bryant Emma atliCaneValley Robertson was Campbellsville Humphress Miss Humphress VIsItedat Cpburg Sundays Miss brother returned day HowardRussellvisitedr- elatives Creek receiye bridge Saturday rJust JRobertsonMiss Humphress was Brockman with Robertson Wednesday Miss Saturday phress daughter Humphress Thursday Cooleys Campbells cultivator Mrs Brockman Wednesday Miss was Tutt MONEY CANNOT PAINT THAN possessing Pigments scientifically COLUMBIA Monday visiting house PC pered this ek MrI Tom Barbee of Columbia doing the work Mr Br ud Walker passed through here last weekeroute to Greensburg Mrs Eliza Thomasiis visiting her daughters Mrs Lula Cope land and Mrs Viola Mesheh for a few week Mrs Pate Thomas who has been visiting her daughter Miss f Maud Thomas has returned home MrG T Rodgers was in Co lumbia last Friday He brought his daughter Miss Minnie home to stay over till Sunday The people of Mt Gillead organized a Sunday School last Sunday evening with good at tendance j Tobacco plants iRr n6tg yery ffoodln this aectioiirtBr tlT t I t Goodst4 i An4a Complete I ti Stock of General Merchandise 8I I m Sixteen months ago the undersigned min this place opening a General Store and we desire to say rto Iourfriends that we have been reasonably successful But Hk eJ all business men we v t +11 iftW Want More Trade 11 mand itis our intention to do everything in an honorable 1secure it We pay cash for goods and sell at the shortest prcMli y v At Present rlour stock is chuc k full of everything kept in V General Store and we take a delightin waiting upon the trade In visiting our store ifyou do not make purchase you are invited to call again itLadies DreSS Goods In this Department which Is pre s ide over bY Miss Jennie McFarland an endless Variety of the Latest Patterns can bed c ft Gents Furnishing The Latest SrColiand Neck Ties In fact anything you want can be found ii 44 iiyJ idleeiniW n 1t i pWe handle everything else usually kept in a General fsf t i Continue to come f 3 1 IIIs Mr J C Townsend had very fine luck fishing last week He reports that he caught one cat fish weighing 38 pounds near the slick rock ford on Russell creekHi Mr Biggs reports he is about nothis pricinct i Wheat is lookin thisbJ section Most all the farmers are done breaking corn ground arid a good many of them are through planting corn Messrs Albert Mercer Cager Rodgers Jim Tutt Jr Booker Leftwich and Gassius Cheatham all of this place fatten ed the entertainment ate the L W fT S last Friday nightiMiss Annie Blakeman who has been visiting in Greensburg for the past three weeks returned home last Fray accom anted- Mri JIm T itt Jr f 6 1 i NOTICEt JORDAN PEACOCK c hishomeand iight themKentuckyanylothers they are the colts that thefarmer gets his own price otherStatescome thehorsesoldforDAN s colts that sold for from 300 to 700 and a number of them 6therItheyjletjg a and a good one ll M t f1 andhslimited number of mares at 1000 to insure a mare with foal4s 1PreJentlaccidentsMoney due when mares are traded or removed frole the neighborhood Fee rai gMpa ture at 5oc per wok J f j wJ OdvotIf x lf rra ii iC fft Wi 4 j