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Il it iJ y j t I 3 ttipIt 1uutw NI th1j1 I F ir rays j fl VOLUMF XHL COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE I 1910 NUMBER 30 4 AMPUTAtION NECESSARY CJCurtAcIcident While out Hunting t ARM AMPUTATED AT THE SHOULDER htmtingGUltlives near Bliss met with a very se loghisload lodging in His right arm fearfull mangling it When the accident oc curred he was three quarters of a mile from his home but he managed to reach the dwelling though suffering in tensely and bleeding profusely Physi cians were called who reached his bed side as quickly as possible and after consultation it was decided that ampu tation would be necessary in order to save the life of the young man The patient protested did not want his arm cut off but finally yielded and with the assistance of Dr W R Grissom and Dr R Y Hindman Dr E A Wag gener amputated the shattered limb at the shoulder As soon as the wound was dressed the physicians left for comfortablyCurt many friends all of whom feel the deepest interest in his early recovery Mrs Solomon McKinly Dead Last Tuesday afternoon May 23 Mrs Solomon McKinly whose home was near Craycraft this county died after a short illness She was one the best known ladies in the White Oa precinct and will be greatly missed not only by her immediate family but by the entire neighborhood She leaves husband and several grown sons an daughters She was a native of beingWellsa devout Christian woman She w about 65 years old Many attended t funeral and thitsquofLebanon Ky May 27Fire bro out in the Tulane Cigar Company fa tory and Lebanonsteam laundry bull ing at 10 oclock Friday morning The fire started in the rear of the cigar factory and spread so rapidly that the upper story of the building was gutted before the Fire Department could reac the scene The laundary got out most of its stock The loss is fully covered by insurance Notice Will sell Saturday June 4 at 10 k oclock a m 1 cow 4 mules two mare and twp horse mules 2 wagons 0farmingfurniture Terms day of saleyMrs Mat D Cundiff s Cane Valley Ky HarryAmes sellingliquorCommissioner F R Winfrey Scotts case continued until the 15th of this month and Dove was held to await the action of the Federal grand jury Ed Means who stated on the witness stand that he was selling liquor in Cumberland county was tried in two cas last Friday for selling liquor in Ada county In one case he was fined 65 r juryfailed rMr Perry Sullivan of Taylor county and Miss Nellie Ingram of Cane Valley were married at the residence of Rev Wm Dudgeon one day last week The Bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Foster Ingram and a very excellent young woman Messrs U N Whitlock Ed Whit lock and George Whitlock all brothers made a team and received the degrees in Columbia Chapter No7 Royal Arch Masons last Friday and Saturday mights J In the suit of the wife of Major Nel son of color against Rufus Price growing out of a division of a crop of =n wheat and tobacco judgment for 1ninety plaintiff dollars was rendered in favor of hislJudge T A Murrell has removed ffice from over the auH Drug Com P my and is occupying a oqoyer Dr N Pages drug store v 4Arepresentative t of jthj paper wilt L bext Jamestown Wwhick itthe third Monday in June r A Delightful Time Many of the young people of Colum bia spent a few hours very delightful at the cozy country home of Mr A S who lives one mile from last Friday evening The hom is elegantly furnished and the conveniences make it a most invitingI place Miss Edna Chewning Mr Chewning is the housekeeper Friday the young people of town and vicinity concluded to storm the young bachelor and they went in droves each young lady carrying something nice eat 0 Before they arrived Mr Chew ning got word of their coming and he- met each one at the door with a cordial greeting When all the party had ar thYe pa young table In due time every thing was in readiness and a most delightful repast was served It was a merry crowd and is mentioned as the most enjoyable gathering of the year The following persons were presen CIMMurjrellland Bess Rowe Edna Lewis Lur Smith Madge Rosenfitld Ira Mollie Caldwell Pearl Hindman Martha Hancock Mable Jasper Myrtle Myers little Frances Russell Bruce Montgomery J R Garnett M Wilson Fred Hill John Lee sker Tim Cravens Ray Montgomer- flay Flowers Presley Clark Juli Stapp I have a lot of dress or apron ging ham at 5c per yard good colors and late styles all new W L Walker 302t AwardedkThere were fortyfive applicants b fore the Board of Examiners the work Tdhe persons were Squiregs Haassevenhewere class seven ird class fourten failures and twp its a keJo M Rosenfield and Will Young WI cbgames one r at Stanford Death of Mr Evan Keltner hThe intelligence of the death of Mr Evan Keltner who was a native of Adair county and wellknown in Colu bia reached here last Wednesday morn eveningbeforecounty just over the Adair line The deceased was an excellent citizens and will be greatly missed from the daily walks of life He was about 68 years and had been a consistent member the Methodest Church for many ears He was also a zealous Mason a member of Gradyville Lodge No 251 and Columbia Chapter No7 Religious services were held Wednesday looGternityand it was buried with the usual formalities of the order There were many relatives and friends pre ent Marriage During the month of May the follow frirom C C Lewis and Nannie Keeton Venis Royse and Ida Loy Grover C Judd and Lela Hartfield Perry Sullivan and Nellie Ingram Cosby McBeath and Dimple Con ver r A card from Rev J R Crawford dated Edmonton Saturday May 28th says Fifty or more came forward for prayer last night in the Hendrick and Carter meeting Quite a number who never attend church are enlisted and the outlook for a sweeping revival is most encouraging Evangelists will remain until Thursday June 2 when they leave for Missouri They will conduct four services each day Would be glad to see any of their Columbia friends Dont fail to see the 5c ginghams at Walkers 302t andIs g HartfieldJ at last Wednesday Only a few friends wig nested the ceremony The couple will reside at Cane Valli Where tbefgrboml unknown a4 a 0 iseitltactor iebride is popularandhasm nyfriendt n A HAPPY UNION MiMissMarried to Mr Cosby Mc MonticelloY COUPLE LEFT IMMEDIATELY FOR CINCINNATI The As glNewsConover to Mr Cosby McBeath took P1 Wednesdayacemorning at the home of the bride many relatives and friends witnessing the solemn and beautiful ceremony Crawfordeafter a beautiful wedding march played by Mrs C M Russell The parlors were decorated with beautiful flowers and evergreens an the couple were attired in a most be bearerts were Page Myers of Monticello and little Frances Russell of this place and they were just as sweet as they looked feaoveree numerous many and costly Immediately after the ceremony the CenciWn Monti 1cello some time this week The groom Musc very popular in Monticello where he has been engaged in the banking business for several years All Columbia extends its best wishes to this very deserving couple txustin that their days may be long in the lam of the living and that all through their existence they may be surround ed with every thing that goes to make oneeof Columbias most popular young ladies and her presence from social gatherings will be greatly missed rFRIENDn ann event of greater interest than the mar Hag a ofNMr Cosby McBeath of Monti cello Ky to Miss Dimple Conover of this city The pretty quiet home wedding was a forgottenll pinm ra an vines relieved by the dainty roses o pink used as a color 5cbe1 the lives of this happy couple were united in wedlock by the Rev J R holyI The bride is the eldest Mr and Mrs Jo N Conover and all ofat her life has been spent in Columbia saidmNone knew her but to love her None named her but to praise Cultured refined and a talented musician she is eminently fitted to adorn the home which Mr McBeath has in readiness for her As a testimonial of the great popularity of this young couple many costly and handsome gifts were made to them among which was a thousand dollar goverment bond pre sented by the birdes father Mr and Mrs McBeath will be at home June 1st Monticello Ky where Mr McBeath is assistant cashier in the First National Bank of that city A B C JurysDuring the term of Circuit Court just closed the grand jury returned fiftyfour indictments classified as follows Weapons rAdultery 3 Breech of peace 12 Obtaining property by false pretense 1 False swearing r V 1 Gaming r 1 Liquors unlawfully r 8 Pet larceny 2 Chicken stealing 1 Grand larceny v II Malicious shooting nh 1 Disturbing a congregation aSsem bled for a lawful purpose 2 Liquor to minor 4 Detaining a woman against her will 1 Disturbing worshipS T 1 Disturbing d 1 Disturbing a singing 2 Contempt i Total 54 A severe hail and wind storm visited this county last Sunday afternoon dom ing considerable damage Reports different localities state that trees uprooted and fencing scatted in every directions Grover Grissom reports that about twenty apple trees were blown down at his place and qaite a number of large oaks A few trees were low ered here in town We expect to hwir that it did damage in Bother sctios ol the state L ai rufJis oi uf d w O W ev sffheGraded iooltWi1tc1OHlfl dav n1 t oF la J I Married in Georgia MayMissof Mrs Omera Jeffries was married in Rock Ledge Ga to Mr Talmage Beauchamp a prominent southern cotton grower The bride is a first cousin of Messrs Horace and T E Jeffries of this place and a niece of Mr T P Dunbar She was one of the most popular young ladies of Adair county and her many friends will be ad to learn that she has been happily The bride and groom will re reside at Rock Ledge where the former has been teaching for two years The best wishes of the people of Adair county is extendeds If you want a nice suit for man or boy call at Walkers Nice line and cheap j302t redCONTINUED This being our first visit to the Three Forks when they seemed not to have heard the war was over in Fentress for the Hatfield and Pile factions had but a w days previous engaged in a pitched battle within less than a mile of this place and within about the same distance Col Logsden had murdered the three Calaway girls for which he w hung at Jamestown Tenn Soon after therefore we decided that it was not a healthy country although we were informed there was not a regular practicing physician in the county at that time It was not a flying visit we made as flying was not fashionable prEferred odId e longed to her brother John Wright an old bachelor who spent most of his time at Jamestown where he sold goods After we informed the widow that we were out in search of health and perfectly inoffensive she agreed to entertain us for the night and called her son John to care for our beast John came and after viewing our little old buggy minus a top from all sides crawlirg under and giving the running gear a thorough examination he called 0 Bill 0 Billa younger brother Bill was soon on the ground and seemed to be very much taken with the bu g and remarked John aint that blankedest littlest wagin you ev- dseed To which John replied well frun the thing up the holler tonight and theyll never see it no more We then repaired to the house whe hlylewnthe bottom and the other at the t of the ladder I had two small gla windows and a kind of shed which ed to be of more modern date whe served as kitchen and dinning roo Soon after we had reached the house young couple neatly attired and w mounted called for permission to stop for the night Our hostess informed them her house would be crowded th night but young lady informed her that they were weary and had wedded the day before after which the wed consented to keep them They seem to be very much interested in each other as fresh married folks sometimes are He was quite drouthy while she watered him frequently until we feared he tSupperwould be something else We co find but three beds and there were erg of us all told towit the two just married who were in their teens John and Billy the widow and a daughter who some time previous had reached the age of accountability and been casting sheeps eyes at Matthew He couldnt figer out how eight of us Would occupy three beds without being crowded John and Bill soon helped us solve the probe lem by ascending the ladder to their roost in the loft but we will heed Dean Swifts advice who wrote Give no more to every guest todigestGiv And buty little at a timer J T Jones Continued The Buchanan Lyon Company has an ad this week to which attention is called 1Mr E B Barger of this place w is with the Brooklyn team pitched great game against Boston last Sat day The meet was at Brooklyn T Courier Journals report of the Alayi is as follows Brooklyn and Bost terehome team winning by a score ofb to 4 larger who pitched a great game and fielded his position bzhliant encored the winning run on a pads r flies Adeline Poindextor Berabt of BouiiTille yKimpi onater and ireadx er will give an entertainment Iii Co leaon the Evening of JutteSlVlSlO th aua iois ee the Ladie l Aid Soc lety ofa Ckrietinncfieroh MEMORIAL DAY Ev ocerysented at the Mon teasEXCELLENT SPEECHESTOUCHING MUSIC enjSeveralmittee was appointed for the purpose of keeping clean the city of the dead and to arrange for the annual decoration services on the 30th day of May and in accordance with said arrangement perhaps two hundred people gathered in the cemetery Monday afternoon andplaced beautiful flowers and ever departedlovednearly every family in Columbia ova presented by one or more member It is a touching and beautiful sight t visit a cemetery on memorial day nothing more fitting and more chindecorated the assembly got together and listened to appropriate music and a feeling prayer by Eld Z T Williams followed by a most eloquent touching and fitting speech by Mr Rollin Hurt asIt could not have been worded better could not have been delivered more ten derly At the conclusion of Mr Hurts oration Rev B M Currie read a well written and very appropriate paper touching in language and sentiment A song God be with you till we meet again was then rendered the benediction by Eld Z T Williams As we leftthe cemetery we could s that our sacred dead were sleeping u der beds of roses For the excelle program rendered on the above occ sion much credit is due Mrs Georg Shelton For Sale Pure bred duroc Jersey boars and gilts sired by a son of the great Com mondore and out of sows by Highland Chief Also first class pasture for rent Caldwell Bros Burdick Ky Death of a Fqrmer Citizen gYDMrwas near Columbia and reared in town has just reached here The end came in Bra chMwedas years was a son the plate Thos H Frazer who in his life ssgFrozecwas a Mrs Cabellm We ofehis had a severe case of pneumonia and that co extenatchildren and all other relativesj ofedor LgoodMr and Mrs John D Lowe enter at dinner Saturday evening in of the graded school teachers A highlyht en ons were Misses Arrelda Roberts Mar tha Myers Bernice Rickman Mrs phia Gibson Prof W M Wilson and Mrs A H Ballard Miss Lucile Wolford whose father moved from Russell county to Te many years ago graduates from t department of Art and Science of Texas Christian University June 9th We acknowledge the reception of an in viare tation to be present On Saturday June II 1910 at 1 p m at the late residence of Mrs J Pierce Dohoney I will sell at public auction on a credit of three months one horse 7 hogs corn farming too an organ meat lard and household goods A1 D Purdy Guardian 302t ohoComW Springfieu iieyonYheMy stockof mens boys and children clothing is large and to cut it down WalkerlY302tL The heavY raim Ilsttruday did con siderable aamagein the bottoniBV They all overflowed jaodva great dealof will have to gorePlaiitedr Ru i rekiaw1iil flianitldkeiiti for so me time tlraDO r j Death of a WellKnown Citizen Last Monday afternoon about 4 lock Mr Stephen R Conover one Adair countys best citizens diedat his late home a short distance south t of Columbia The deceased was born and reared in the neighborhood where he died and was about seventy five years old jprom youth to old age he had been a quiet peaceful citizen oying the respect of every one who ew of his manner of living The passing of the deceased leaves only one living member of that family of Con over Mrs Felix Royse who is quite an old lady The deceased reared a large family of sons and daughters Mr Jo N Conover of this place being one Of the number In early manhood Mr Christda consistent member until his death The funeral services will be held this Tuesday afternoon at his late home Iand the interment will be in the family memorynildren All notes and accounts due the estate of the late J W Pendleton are now rli w owingillonce Hudson Conover H Admr Next Monday will be county court Childrens Day at the Methodist Church the second Sunday in this month IMr W L Walker has improved the of his store building by adding glass counters Reednt YayouisRev T L Hulse will preach at the nightQuarterJy MrJ A Willis reports that his wife cooked a mess of string beans last Sat urday gathered from his garden Dr J H Grady now has a comfortable and inviting office He is located over the Paull Drug Companys store x Mr S H Mitchell conveyed A G ove to Greehsburg last Saturday to answer to a charge of selling liquor in Green county Mr Clay Coleman of Edmonton and Mr Barlow of Glasgow were here onday to buy horsesSIMiss Pearl Hindman has had her of fice repainted and repapered which adds- reatly to the appearance of it rMr James Garnett sold Mr Elzy Young last week a boundary of timber standing on the Cyrus Wheat farm Montpelier for 2375 Louisvilleds ity next Sunday forenoon and1 evenKug Every body invited J afflictedt rom a son oy who lives in the Fairplay country a few days ago He was in his 23d year The children of the Methodist church are requested to be atl the chapel this Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock to make preparations for Childrens Day services MattisPowell wife of Mont Oak section last Friday She was twentysix years old and leaves beside her husband two small xpheMrs Victoria Garnett and Mrs Martitha Holladay who underwent opera tions in Elizabeth Hospital Lebanon getting along nicely and will be able to return home in about two weeks Strayedone red and white spotted bald face steer 3yearoldpast will weigh 600 or 700 pounds Has been isseen in the Longview and Butterpoint neighborhoods fViIJ pay 5 any inI Bonierip anMr A D Patteson Sheriff and Mr B Patteson conveyed James Piercy and Taylor Rice to the penitentiary last Upon reaching Frankfort they learned that Piercy had served a five sentes j from Wayne countySFlowers FlowersEw willJAR Bonnier Florist Masonic Tem pie Louisville solicits your order for f cut flowers designs etc for Decora tIon Day and all other occasions Spect ial attention given to put of town Ctwi Plaeyour order with MMHP coliaLoreflac Pylet agent Columbia Kyvj whe w l siecureythe owere prqm tbtJ rifu Gi 8 1cY 29 Gt mr f a hr I 1 2 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS y iii j I11 Ideal Spot of the Sunny South ff Columbia Ky May 25 1910 Editor News Jl Savannah is largely a commer vial city the supply point and 4 produce market of a rich agricul tural region its magnificent har boy open to the shipping of the world its railroads radiating to the North South and West its location and facilities it mus in time become a manufucturing center But unlike most all 1other towns of the socalled New r South Savannah has not forget ten to be attractive in its eager ness to attain wealth and great ness at a bound r The streets of Savannah are broad and beautiful with a per fection of paving that no city in crKentucky or any other state in the United States can surpass Wherever you go there are mag nificent shade treespalmetto x live oak varieties and species that are very familiar in the- Sunny South and every where grass plots grassy street mar gins and street centers any and every excuse for shade and grass and air snatched at by the peo pie that they may be happy when not laboring and that the children of the city may never be forced to know the smother and torture of childlife as it is in other cities- Savannah was taken by the J British during the Revolution and was the scene of fighting during the civil war Even the old colonial cemetery in the heart of the townthe bivouac and cavalry grazing ground of hostile soldiery in the two wars with the dates on the gray slabs changed by mischievous boys until they record ages as great as that of methuselahhas now its comfortable benches under the fragrant magnolias and other trees while the portion that still remain of the palmshadowed wistria draped walls are no longer a barrier to the weary one seeking rest in life There are perfect shell roads as hard and smooth as a city boulevard leading out through the intrenched fields of the sieges of the Revolutionary and civil wars and winding under live oaks and beautiful pines draped with streamers of Span ish moss to some near by or dis wtant point Whether mansion or cabin each dwelling has beautiful surrounding such as wealth can not buy in the central and northern states One of those giantmoss hung live oaks would double the value of any building site in Ken tucky The scent of wild jas I mine and the big creamy mag nolia flowers arises like incense to permeate each breath Savannah is located so near the Southern coast that outspread before the door ready to the handy await shoals of fish eager for the hook beds of great luscious l oysters shrimp of the ex tact sort that are best in salads The Sunny South is a country in Ylhicha happy contented life j ds possible and those present oc- cupantsj evidently know how to V jive for the sake of livingjust j1 r such a country as flits before fv ones mental vision when under fthe thrall of those dreaming of II l jpantation songs And if dreaming r is to you fancy you may look f with charmed eyes upon the multitude of little islands in the J v creed mounds of- T J tangled green overtopped with- D t graceful palmettoes and whisp ering towering pines and imagine that Savannah is one of the most beautiful cities of the Sunny South Annie Smith Columbia Ky This Letter Has Scared Many The following clipped from an exchange has been sent The publishtAccording to the history of the letter it was written b Christ just after his crucifixion signed by the Angel Gabriel ninetynine years after t h Saviors birth and presumably deposited by him under a stone at the foot of the cross On this stone appeared the legend Blessed is he who shall turn me over No one knew what the in scription meant or seemed to have sufficient curiosity to inves tigate until the stone was turned lover by a little child and the let follows was discover ed Whosoever works on the Sab bath day shall be cursed I com mand you to go to church and keep holy the Lords day with out any manner of work You shall not idle or misspend your time i n bedecking yourself in superfluities of costly apparel and vain dressing for I have ordered it a day of rest I will have that day kept holy that your sins may be forgiven you You will not break my com mandments but observe and keep them they being written by my hand and spoken from my mouth You shall not only go to church yourselves but also your man servants and maid ser vants Observe my words and learn my commandments You shall finish your work every Saturday at 6 oclock in the afternoon a t which hour the preparation for the Sabbath be gins I advise you to fast five days in the year beginning on Good Friday and continuing the five days following in remem brance of the five bloody wounds- I received for you andmankind You shall love one another and cause them that are not baptised to come to church and receive the Holy Sacrament that is to say baptism and then the Supper of the Lord and lie made a member thereof and in so doing willgive you long life and many blessings Your land shall be replenished and bring fourth abundance and I will comfort you in the greatest tempta tion and surely he that doeth to the contrary shall be cursed- I will also send hardness of the heart on them and especially on hardened and unpenitent unbelievers He that hath given to the poor shall find it profita ble Remember to keep the Sab bathday for the seventh day I have taken as a resting day to myselfAnd he that hath a copy of this letter written by my own hand and spoken by my own mouth and keepeth it without publishing it to others shall not prosper but he that publisheth it to others shall be blessed by me and if their sins be as many as stars by night and if they truly believe they shall be par toned and they that believe not this writing and my command menu will have my plagues iip jon you and you will be consumed with your children goods and cattle gild all other warldlen f joyments that I have given you Do but once think of what I have suffered for you if you do it will be well for you in this world and in the world which is to comeWhosoever shall havea copy of this letter and keep it in thei house nothing shall hurt them neither pestilence thunder nor lightning and if any woman be in birth and put her trust in me heryno more news of me except through the ofejudgment All goodness and prosperity shall be in the house where a copy of this letter shall be found Finished The story goes that the little child who found it passed it to one who became a convert to the Christian faith He failed to have the letter published He kept it however as a sacred memento of Christ and it passed down to different generations of his family for more than one thousand years During this period the family suffered repeated misfortunes migrated to different countries until finally one of them came to America bringing the letter with him They settled in Virginia then moved further south still followed by misfortune when finally the last member a daugh ter approached her deathbed and called a neighbor Mrs Thompson giving her the letter and related its history for more than one thousand years The Thompson woman began the at tempt to have it published and it first appeared in the Rome Ga Tribune on Oct 31 1891 It then appeared in the Dalton Ga Citizen and Mrs Wor man now living in Marion Ind clipped it and kept it in her possession for many years without an effort to have it published She was followed by misfortune which she attributed to her neglect in try ing to have the letter published Mrs Ruby Crutchfield of Trezavant Tenn is also said to have had a copy and failed to make an effort to have it publish ed for three years and was fol lowed by a varied lot of misfort unes which she attributed to the fact of her neglect in this respect Danville We are having a lot of rain and blue grass farmers are get ting behind with their work Wheat is looking fairly good but gardens are not so good cut worms are very bad thisyear The C N 0 T P railway- is doing a big business They have given most all of their men increase in their wages The car men got a nice raise of 3i cents more on the hour and the car in spectors and repairers sure ap preciate ib Railroad Accidents Decreasing A good deal is said about the danger of railroad travel but ac cording to the annual report of- the Railway News and statistics it is almost as safe to travel at least on some roads as to stay at home According to the report seventeen railroad companies of the United States completed a sixyear term without a passen ger killed 95 companies a five year term 177 companies a four year Period 228 companies three years 287 companies two years and 347 companies out of 368 reporting one year of immunity l o Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1910 as far as reported Officers of fairs are requested t report to us any omissions or cor rection of dates- Madisonville July 195 days Henderson July 265 days Lancaster July 273 days Versailles August 34 days Danville August 33 days Ilerea August 43 days Lexington August 86 dIRussell Springs Aug 94 days Taylorsville August 94 days Uniontown August 95 days Harrodsburg August 94 days Vanceburg August 104 days Lawrenceburg Aug164 days Burkesville August 164 days Shepherdsville Aug 173 days Brodhead Aug 173 days Ewing August 174 days Columbia August 234 days London August 234 days Shelbyville August 234 days Elizabethtown Aug243 days Erlanger Aug 244 days Bardstown Aug 304 days Frankfort Aug 304 days Nicholasville Aug 303 days Fern Creek Aug 304 days Hardenburg Aug 303 days Barboursville Aug 313 days Florence Sept 13 days Paris Sept 65 days Hodgenville Sept 63 days TriCounty Fair Sanders Sept 74 days Mayfield Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 daysI Falmouth Sept 284 days Kentucky State Fair Louis ville Sept 126 days The Kings Last WordsI The last worth uttered by King Edward were I think I have done my duty What greater consolation can one have when the shadows of life are closIngI about him than to feel responsiIbiJities ly performed his duty The mother looks back over aI long life of service recalls infancy of her children and their growth into manhood and wo manhood remembers how she has labored to develop character as well as brain power and feels that she has done her duty even if her children have not measur ed up to her hopes and expecta tionsThe father too finds consola tion in the consciousness that he has done his duty even though wayward sons have brought his gray hairs down in sorrow to the grave if he has set an example worthy of imitation and by wise counsel done all within his power to guide his children aright And the citizens also must rest for comfort in the closing hours upon the conviction that he has lived up to the obligations imposed upon him by citizenship has been true to every public trust and has not shirded the voters duty The pathos of death reaches its maximum when one enters the unknown world distracted by the mocking memory of fleeting pleasures purchased by sin even those who find that they have done their duty can approach the grave like one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to pleasant dreams Commoner t nlt COLUMBIA DISTRICT THIRD ROUND The following make up Presid ing Elder Hulses appointments ofor the Columbia District going over the territory for the third time It is requested hat the membership keep these appoint ments beforeit and attend the meetingsCane Clear Spring June 45C- olumbia and Tabor Columbia June 56 Gradyville June lL12 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 Macomb III Editor News I will write a few lines which may be published in the News- I came to this State in 1907 three years ago It is a fine place to make money Those who work make money and those who dont work just steals what some poor man makes Some people are very good while others are not fit for buzzard bate We see some big aIthey think that they are all in all but what they havesome one else made it by hard labor and they pockI come when every head will bow and all tongues will talk I will close for this time I receive the News every week and enjoy reading it very much Mrs J W CobbI Corrollton Mo Editor News Enclosed please find money order for 200 one dollar to pay for the paper from Jan 1st 19091 to Jan 1910 and one toii pay for it from May 1910 to May 1911 I have been without the News for 4 months there is none of my neighbors taking your pa per and I get but little news from old Adair the place where I first saw the light of day- I am living 14 miles north and west of Carrollton and 5 miles west of Bogard We are having weatherlhad part of the corn crop will be a little late Men that planted the first part of April are fixing to plant the second time Grass is looking tolerably welloats just common and the fruit crop will be short Corn selling at 40 and 60 cents per bushel flour 310 to 320 per cwt bacon 20 to 25 cents per pound and horses mules cattle and hogs are high er than a cats back but still everything is lovely and the goose is hanging high in old Missouri As this is the first time I ever made an attempt to write to your paper will closeout for this time Very Respectfully J T Taylor Kept The King at Home For the past year we have kept the King of all laxatives Dr Kings New Life Pillsinour home an4 they have prbved a blessing to all you family writes Paul Mathulka of BuffaloN Y Ey but sure remedy forall Stomach Liver and Kidnay troubled t Only 2c at Paul Drug Co 7 V 1 f J L N Time Card In effect Monday Dec 31 1908 SOUTH BOUND rUIN Lv LOUISVILLE AR LEBANON No27700am 942am No 23 815 am 1004 am pmNoNo 93630 pm 900 pm NORTH BOUND TRAIN Lv LEBANON AR LOUISVILLE 024 548 am 750 am o78 732 am 1015 am pml022628Jo 92732 am 1015 am Nos 92 and 93 areSunday trains only W1LMORE BOTH W U WII1lYIO E Prop FirstClass Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rat- esGKftDYlHLLe KY S D Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON Special Attnctin t Eyes Fistulo Pollevil Spavin or any sur gical work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE ON BURKSVILLE STREET Res Phone 29 Office Phone 402 Dr James Triplett Dentist JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 IJDe S Bunbar Bentist OFFICE FRONT ROOMS IN JEFFRIES BUILDING PHONE NO 40 RING 3 COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Joseph H Stone AttoneyAtLaw fl Will pradtice in this and adjoining counties Jamstown Kentucky DR M E JONES Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Columbia Kentucky Special attention given to Dentistry Dis eases of tho Eye Poll Evil Fistula and all other Diseases which visits Dumb Brutes OFFICE Located in barn back of Han cock Hotel The Adair County NewsS t4And CourierJournal One Year For 150 f Daily CourierJournal Three Months And The News 175 Subscribe Now Lf j ku r c I J rlHE ADAIR COUN1Y NEWS Tr 3 This is the Locust Year wrx 4it rThis is the year that the 17 year locust is due again and in a few weeks he will make his appearance on the farms of the middle west At least the au thorities on locust lore and super stition are most sure he will and they have never been mistaken in the past No one seems to know exactly where the 17 year locust comes from but it is a matter of record that he does show up regularly just the same The thing that is interesting the farmers and the oldtimers most is whether he will bring a- atW on his wings or aup as is hoped W on a 17 year locust wings means war There is no reason under the sun that is known as to why it should always be either W or Pbut those are the only two letters noticed says the Hartford Times Gai zetteLocust lore experts have a good deal of statistical backing when they assert that if the W is on the wings it will surely mean war and if thettP is on the wings it will surely mean peace MIn 1898 the last time the locusts were here said an old commercial traveler the other day the wings bore a decided W and we promptly got into war with Spain In 1876 I saw the wings myself and there was a P following that we had peace and plentyII dont remember so far back and 1859 that is to say I dont remember locusts back in thoseI days but I have been 171yearand W was plain on each wing The civil war followed Some of the older generations of farmers have records in the old family bible to prove that the former visitation of 17year lo custs presaging the Mexican war by bearing thetW on their wings I can tell you the farm ers are not anxious to have them come but they are all supersti tious as to their verity as har- I bingersWhen you come think of it this letter business seems like a very foolish superstition But when you know that they do bear either the W or the P1 and that the sign has never fail ed how are you going to explain it A Womans Great idea Is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her to be lovely in face form or temper- A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretchedcomplexion But Electric Bitters always prove ai godsend to women who want health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovel ycomplexion good healthr Try them 50c at Paull Drug Co i y Some Pointers tTl I wish men and women would 1n6t be such bluffers and pretend to likes and dislikes which they do not have It will not hurt you much to Ijgej the habits of courtesy and goodnature Jealousy is worse than any fJo e for making youjhave false dreams for making yfi do wick ed things Ware jealousy It is a sign that something is wrong when a woman especially a young and pretty woman does not care hOWl h looks Tf lass publicity were given tri fr ylu i lit fi t 1 i 16 riii4 i vlsiBI LITYX What is a fi visible typewriter Priting in sight is part of it Keyboard in sight is the other part It is as important that you see what you do characterIflLjf4fljemakes it the only truly visible writing machine Write for information to f The Smith Premier Typewriter Company Inc tt Syracuse N Y Branches everywhere i I criminals and crime there would be fewer to those blots on the worlds escutcheon The desire to show off t frequently takes strange forms An Artful Reporter Playwright Eugene Walter is numbered among the newspapermen who obtained the first in terview with John D Rockrefel ler When the First Interview with Rockerfeller club is formed Mr Walter will be one of the charter members This is how he managed it In the days when he was a newspaper reporter in Cleveland Wal ter was an extremely youthful looking young man He decided to capitalize his puerile appear ance for it was not an easy task even at that time to get Rocker feller to say anything He was utterly improachable as a caloredman once remarked Walter got into the ForestHill grounds from the rear and walk ed about looking at the flowers and shrubbery with an apparent lack of purpose just as a boy would Rockefeller fi naIl y noticed him gazing abstractedly at a flower bed and went up to talk to him ttAh my fine lad began John D are you fond of flow iersn I am sir replied IIndeed true McGuffey Reader style Well I amJalways glad to see a boy who appreciates the beauties of nature Would you care to walk over and look at the pond lilies r t4Ah sir I should enjoy that f Jf fJIV r more than I can tell you Thus the conversational ice youthfulI overtall he saw that the master of forest Hill passed him out plati tudes for about an hour The in toINext morning Walters inter view was the best thing in the paper Cleveland Plain Dealer 0 Clemency Shown Gov Willson showed clemency in two cases He pardoned Charles Rogers sent from Hop forIhousebreaking He has eight months of his term and it was represented to the Gover nor by the jury which convicted the man that the law was against him and thought he had been punished enough The Gov ernor directs that he be released now but that he be returned to to the prison if he is guilty of any wrong doing to serve out the remainder of his term The Governor remitted the states part of the fines of 108 50 and 50 imposed twelve years ago on A P Holland in Met calf county He was fined for operating a bowling alley with out a license and the Governor saysthat on account of the lapse of time during which no effort helthinksas far as the state is concerned Frankfort News II t Odd Items The filtration plant atElmirtj Nv Y takes its s pplyof Vfcejr Jtr rl f I MI1t from the Chemung river and has a capacity of 10000000 gal Ions per day Dogs kept solely for the guid ance of blind persons are exempt from tax in England The census of the United States for 1910 will cost the Government about 14000000 Detroit is the center ot the stove industry as it is the auto mobile center of the United StatesLondons underground railway stations once noted for their dirt and gloom are to be transform ed by flowers and baskets of ferns and evergreenRI Troy N Y has a huge water wheel sixty feet in diameter with buckets twentytwo feet long and six feet deep It was constructed in 1838 and the people will not permit it to be destroy ed although it no longer serves any useful purpose An English institution for the blind has acquired a number of multicycles for the outdoor ex ercises of its inmates Each machine seats thirteen and with twentysix feet working the ped als they run very easily and smoothly The leader is of course an attendant and can see I anfelephantanimal is willing and he usually byIWayand grabs it by the ears This is the signal for the brute toarch its trunk and the rider steps upon it and is lifted tothe top of the head itt 1IjI fl gI 1 t VJr Ls Complete Straight Line Keyboard lnterchangeablePlatensBall Reversible Tabulator Rack Simple Stencil Cutting Device Drop Forged Type Bars I Perfect Line Lock Visible Writing Complete Control from Keyboard A Key for Every Character Bichrome Ribbon Uniform Touch Ball Bearing Type Bar ParagrapherDecimal Perfect Erasing Facilities Interchangeable Carriages Right and Left Carriage Release Levers Swinging Marginal Rack Protected Ribbon Gear Driven Carriages Ribbon Controlled from Keyboard SpacerPerfectBack Space Lever Carriage Retarder Improved Marginal Stops Escapement Speediest Ever Devised These are features which make the Smith Premier the choice of the man who investigates comparative advantages The EggEating Oabiti Egg eating is or caused by soft shelled eggs To prevent this have a supply of lime or lime plaster before the fowls where they can easily get at it and give the feed in such a manner that the hens will be compelled to exercise for their feedIf once your fowls get into the habit of eating eggs a remedy which I have found to answer better than any other is to give the hens a supply of eggshells for a few days Intertile eggs that have been set upon by broody hens or that have been removed from the incubator will answer for purpose of eggshells obtained from the bakers or other business houses where eggs are largely used The shells must be given as whole as possible not aiIlowedthem After several daj s of this the fowls will not touch eggs again and the cure will be complete But there must be a large and continuous lastsJso that the shells are lying about the pen all the time To use a nest with a false bot tom is another way of preventing wheniboard into an underneath recep tacle out of reach of the thief True as Gospel Did you ever thing it Sup pose every business man in the city took as much interest in the upbuilding ofa city as at news paperpn He works for rail VW it a9 r ill p j y THE lOUISVlllETIMES fOR i9IO BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS 500 A YEAR IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDER TO US YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSS AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR I FOR ONLY 450 THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere Has the best corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perfectly j Covers the general news field completelyHas best and fullest mar kets reports DEMOCRATIC in politics but fair to everybody SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP IriON RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPERnot to The Louisville Times roads manufactories better roads churches goodstreets and a hundred and one other good things for the general scoldsIsetsIthen When some lame string haired kind of a fellow reproaches him because he dont boom things enough and nine times out of ten that same fellow has never paid one cent toward sup paperIf neighbor or picked up from the counter at the store at which be tradesBreathitt County News Free SampleS Aids Old Mellp The sudden change from years of toImany changes chief of which is in the digestive organs thebowels suffer headachebelching firstIpurgative workjustexperimenting convincedthatthen try Dr Caldwells Pepsin amild gentle pleasanttasting laxative therequirements toranybodyit successfully for a quarter of a cen centsormoneysendsamplOIbottle altotherandfamiliesmore Ill and Mrs Carrie Cullers of BendIndhouse They have tested It and know Ita thefamilyDr Caldwell personally will be please4 rto give you any medical advice you may tothefree of charge Explain your case la a detaUForname and address on a postal card or tJietlEKttoraHdrwi1 bwlW c MoBttotite illiFerr l J ji i I 4 THE AL AIB COUNTY NEWS l 4ii t HE AMIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE J Adair County News Company INCORPORATED t CHAS S HARRIS EDITOR Democratic newspaper devoted to the in terest of the City of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as sec ond class mall matterIWED JUNE 1 1910 KeJI1nerburied in a shallow grave in the cellar under the school house where the girl attended school The former janitor of the build ing is suspected of the murder v Hon William Addams o fI Cynthiana Harrison county announced in a speech before his people his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Gov ernor Mr Addams is not known in this part oi the State but we learn from a traveling man who knows him well who states that lie is a very fine gentleman and wouldmake an able Governor Neither Hon Ben Johnson nor former United States Senator Jas B McCreary have announc ed but it is understood that they will be candidates Becausethe President exceed ed his traveling exoense allowance of 25000 voted by gress forfthe present fiscal yearI and the Committee on Appropria tions sought to meet the deficiency by making the appropriation for next year immediately availablejthe House was thrown into livelydebate The point of order made by Mr Macon against the words immediately available was sustained and those words were stricken from the bill so that the appropriation cans not be used until after July 1 State Senator Claude M Thomas has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination fob Congress in the Seventh dis trict In his announcement he quoted a letter he had received from Representative Cantrill his pponent in 1908 in which Can trill promised his support Can trill stated his position in the race last week by saying that Senator Thomas had delayed his announcement too long The contest is certain to wax warm as recent developments have brought many leaders of the j nOIticeon account of his alleged opposition to the Burley pool for 1910 Clyde H Tavenner our Wash- ington correspondent writes the News as follows While the hat t coat and shirt of the masses are taxed almost 71 per cent to wild 11000000000 battleships and keep an extravagant go- voJernment in spending money r Messrs Morgan Rockefeller and tf Carnigie are not asked by the federal government to pay any tax whatever on their swollen r Jortunes Wealth escapes bear v4ng its just share of the burdenII f taxation because of sence of a federal income or inr heritance tax such as were long ago adopted by Great Britian Germany France JapanHol rt Jand Austra Denmark Switzer V 1 land Australia and Kew Zealand A majority of both Housel 118f f Congress were in favor of tack j iIi ft J j rir fti lik gq a iI j- i ing an incometax clause to the new tariff l Wiishch legislation would now be upon the statute books had not President Taft and Senator Aldrich defeated the project through the substitution of a corporation tax That the necessary threefourths of the state legislature will not vote to amend the constitution is practi cally certain which means that an income tax can only be had at the hands of a Democratic administration I tis estimated that in 1908 the cost of living higherIa tariff Hence calculating that the average family consumed 941 worth of supplies per annum its increasedSpayment on account of the tariff was 111 Of this 1111 1650 went to the government in collections and 9450 went to the trusts in high prices Of this 950 925 was on woolens more than 117 on other clothing 625 onI 425 on beef and ton and pork 1025 on building materials and so on In 1910 the cost of living being 15 per cent higher than in 1908 the average family pays 1080 ofI which 10 per cent or 108 tribute to the trusts and other protected industriesI U EdIt I 1IWe are having plenty of rain and crops are not looking so well river is higher than it IGreen for some timejAn infant child of Mr and Mrs Tom Young died May 16th CaseylCreek spend lastweek with Miss Cora Cor eaIJMr and Mrs George Williams and little daughter Fannie were the pleasant guests of Mr Charlie Williams and mother last Sun dayI Mrs Valeria Campbell who has been on the sicklist for the eastweek is better at this writ ing Mr Wood Evans and sisters Mary and Mattie visited x their sister Mrs B L Royse of Pleasant Grove last Saturday and SundayiMr and Mrs Mont Harmon visited relatives at Neatsburg last Sunday Messrs E R Miller and R D Williams made a flying trip to Columbia a few days agoIMiss Jennie who has been visiting her broth er Mr Pies Wesley for the past week has returned home The social given by Miss Cora Corneal st Thursday night was reportedIa nice Mr timeIlumbia last Monday Miss Ercie Chelfof Casey Creek visited Mr andMrs Joe Tucker last week V v Eller IDeputy Sheriff J F Hughes of Russell Springs was here on official business last Monday M E Tarter Decatur passed through here Tuesday with a nice t load of produce 1 Sam George and Jesse Ford visited Henry Alison and family Cross Roads last 1atWebbs lir rv AsVooteii of Emev washer on buy iness lain Thhrsdai Y Mr Elmer Miller of Bart is ilrI v t here taking uIL staves for the WinfreyStavi and Lumber Co Eldora George returned from Monticello last Monday W A Brown Jamestown was here one day lastVeek I Mrs Jane EdmoIids visited at A G Bernardslflast Saturday night Taylor Miller and daughter visited at J A Wilsons the first of last week On account of so much rain farmers are behind with their work r 0 E Brown took the teachers examination at Monticello last week OzarK iMr Otho Bryant is still con fined to his room with rheuma tism IJoe Kerns and family visited in Columbia last week Nannie L White is very IAirs this writing MaupIin last week Bird Roy still continues IMiss sick list Lena Bryant and her litj IMiss Jewel Collins visited lastIweek- Ozark and Roy ball teams crossed bats May 21 with a score of 10 to 5 in favor of the former team IJames Hays who came home with the measles isi able to be out again John Marcum Russell Springs was in our midst last weekI IConda Blair Glensfork was here one day last week J M Kerns our blacksmith is having a large shop built one mile east of this place au LOn StCCet IWe are still having plenty of from 3 to 5 days per week IWe can hear of some corn washed up by the rain The moles are damaging the i1sprIngRev A E Cooper has just re ceived aletter from his two sons in the army which he andthe rest of the family had been anxiously waiting for Rev J S Wade has been atI tending the examination Jamestown two days this week Mr OE Brown of this place has just returned home from Wayne county where he has been attending the examination- at Monticello Mr Brown ex pects to teach school in that county IMr TMafion Wilsohand family were with us one day last week IRev Joseph Wooldridge and a of Russell Springs were visiting J W Bradley andwife one day last week It was reported here than one Of Mr Melvin Hadleys boys jgot his arm broke Just how we do- not know Vr willIbelieve Mr Grime to be a good- man and one of the ablest preach j4rswenq Y ha e J flJt s kes- Yorrbeing takenr Out of our country just now Mr VW Owens yj r is n awt if I j f i 4Jd i 1 OOOOO 00 O 10 00 0 0 0o BUCCUESi 0o 0o 0 g- 0 0 8 0 Just Received Our 0 00 0 Third Car 0IIOA Xx1o0 0 Ever Offered 0 0 0 8 T- 0 0hetitl XA Reed Hardware G 4 0OOOOOOOOOOOOO some trading these wet days Mr J B Wade of this place is contemplating on going to Lexington to school shortly Mr S B Wade of this place has bought anice male calf Mr Frank Bernard was with us one day last week Mr J F Owens is doin g a good business in His shop just now Dirigo Born to the wife of J J Eng land on the 18th a girl it lived only a week John Lowe the popular shoe drummer was dealing with our merchants last Friday Misses Jane Taylor Lewis Amandaville and Kitty Lewis Inroad are visiting relatives at this place this week Mrs R L Campbell was at Columbia last Friday having some dental work done r IAllen Wooten spent a few days last week at Campbellsville and Greensburg LMiss Bessie Epperson is again at the Petty store Ollis the little son of Mr and Mrs Edd Stotts struck a nail in his foot the other day and at present is suffering considerably ElroY Roe Sparksville bought nine sheep in this neighborhood lastweek at from two to five dollars i 1 er hedr n JhA your scribe has been ck EtlnrtheJAst few days it isnACt6r nary to cut this letter hOi a ooooo eoo ooQoooooeaooeoo o rXXXXX i lOur June Clearance Sale e Will be of Intense Interest 1 Carpets Rugs Curtains IWm ItoFloor = overings or Pretty I HangingsIfor your Doors and nUb bu h Bros Wellendorff I j 522 524 W Market St e Loufsville entuckyY oooo oo ooooooooo Qoueeooooeeoeooooo Undertakers Goods h r have added a Line of Coffins arid Caskets to ny stock of Merchandise and can give good il r service at any timer IS G WxDillon Breeding Ky A Good Farm For Sale Cheap Two Hundred Acres of Land in a good neighborhood neari J v vs twfrom Co I i lumbia and ten miles from Greensburg On this farm is near l v u y enough timber to pay for it mostly white pakwhich has never ben culled The finest White Burley land in this section 4Appl toe 1 IIO Jr t f t n 7 fr M U t laUII en c1yo tLr L4 iL tL a + 0 xyl yF 0 TITTTT f i I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 0 I BOGGIESli BUOGIES BUGGIES w y Jsg i L iiI 1Ifit is Bargains in Low Priced Bug = e gies you are looking for we have Leatherffull Leather Trimming Special Braced f Body Braced Dash Full Length Car = pet Circle Bar Braced Shaft Bradly f Couplings Other dealers charge you 50 for Buggies not so good See it it is a Hummer for the price iii rYr xrrrr rrmrrrrrY PERSONAL Mrs Nannie Flowers continues to im proveMrs Laura Allens condition remains about the same Sir G B Smith and wife are visit ing in Monticello Mr L R Wilson of Russell Springs was here a few days ago Mrs Walker Bryant and childrenare all improving from measles camPbellSjville V parents in Metcalfe county Sunday Mr Geo R Miller reached home fora few days last Saturday morning Mrs Chapman Browning Mjllfowri was shopping in Columbia Monday Miss Vic Hughes who is in College at Lexington is at home for vaca tion Mr B F Chewning who is in the revenue service will return home this WeekMi Jo Hurt who is installing en gines returned from Burkesville last Sunday 11 Mr Leslie Chapman clerk at RusseUI I Cos has jabout recovered measles J t Mrs G A Atkins and Miss Sallie Bohoney Mill town were in Columbia Monday Mrs Geo Coffey and children who have been afflicted with measles are about well Mr J F Patteson wife and children spent last Sunday with relatives at Montpelier Miss Mary Ricnie of Burkesville willIvisit Miss Lina Rosenfield and will rive Satu dayt Xi Mrs E L Feese and her children are about well having gone through a seige of measles 1 Mr A D Purdy and wife of Brad fordsville visited relatives in this county last week Miss Clara B Austin of NoblesvUte EaB near 1 Miss Mollie Flowers who has been in college at Russellville returned to Co lumbia last Wednesday night Mr S Ray Conover has gone to Richmond Va on business He will be absent six or eight we ksIMr Simco Dockery Monticello and Mr Vernon Holt Jamestown attended the ConoverMcBeath wedding Mrs Williebe Hynes of Big Spring Ky will arrive this afternoon and will be a guest of Mrs Jo Rosenfield I Mr S R Gonover father of SbN Gqnover was taken very sick Sunday but at this writing he is reported bets a ter Mrs J C Hutchinson of Glasgow spent Monday in Columbia and attended the decorating services at the ceme tearMiss Frances Garnett accompanied Yidrw and will WiA t city several weeeksr x yi a j 14 I t Jr J1M v n Mr Ray Hobson and wife Campbells ville visited at the home of Mr and Mrs J B Barbee last Saturday and SundayDrs James Triplett and 0 S Dun bar were in Louisville last week at tending a meeting of the State Dental AssociationMr Wheat wife and little son Robert of Sano were visiting in Columbia last week and called at the News office Misses Peaal and Bertha Breeding who have been teaching a high school at Winder Ga returned home last Wednesday morning IMiss Mattie Taylor who teaches at McILexington will spend the vacation at Mr Presley Clark of Bowling Green who spent ten days here after the Baptist meeting closed left for his home last Monda morning ri Dr Woodruff Flowers left for Louis ville this morning where he will re main a day then go to his appointment Memorial Hospital Cincinnati livti ng e months was in Columbia Saturday en route for his home Russell Springs Mr and Mrs Harry V Denver of Lexington Tenn arrived Monday night and will spend several weeks with Mrs Denvers mother Mrs M E MarcuhV Mr J D Walker and wife of Grady ville were in Louisville last week While in the city Mr Walker sold fif teen hogsheads of dark tobacco at from 5 to 990 theWinterhome last Sunday morning Her moth iniMrs Eliza Wilson has gone to Mar tinsville Ind to spend a few weeks Her son Mr Edwin Wilson and her daughter Miss Clara accompanied her to Campbellsville Mrs W M Jackson of Campbells ville visited Mrs James Garnett last week On Saturday Mrs Jackson and her husband took passage on a steamer at New York and sailed for Europe to be absent several mon- thsAdditional Locals J 4 Program Of the Fourth District Convention of the Christian Church Composed of the Counties of Adair Casey Clinton Wayne and Russell Will convene at Duni tile June 17 to 19 beginning Fri day evening 730 Song and Devotional Service The Ripe Harvest FieldM R Gab bert Ji Daniel The Presidents Address The Kind of Preachers we Need j 1 The Appointment of Committees SUNDAY MORNING 930 Song and Devotional Service What do we More Than Others Wi JHudspath A H Baugh The Progrestf of Christian Union wl G Montgomery Leslie Bottom et he GoesF JBer-sMrsy r illiama- 4Addres EducationR H J rr Croesifeldf For Style and Durability and a Price that will Startle you Largest Assort = ment ever brought to Central Kentucky We can please you in Quality Style and Price See them before buying We Furnish you a greater variety to select from than any 10 dealers combined in Central Kentucky AFTERNOON SESSION 130 Song and Devotional Service j Reports from the Churches The Bible School Session a State Wide CampaignR M Hopkins b TheOrganized Adult Bible ClassA- H Baugh c The Bible School and Church ServiceH W Elliott d The Teacher Training W J Hudspath e The Bible in the Making of Charac terJ 0 Montgomery e The Bible School in the Making of Preachers U L Taylor f Offering for District and State Work EVENING SESSION 730 Song and Devotional Service Kentucky Mission Session a State Wide MissionsW H Elliott b The March of MissionsW J Hudspath SUNDAY MORNING 900 The Record Bible Schooli Preaching and Communion AFTERNOON Rally and Conference led by R M Hopkins Evening 730 Preaching Standard Granulated Sugar 6 and one= fourth cents per pound Fresh stock Roasted and Green coffees at Russell Co StocK Items C M Thomas bought a four yearold horse forI65Milltown cor William Firkin bought of Gran Sterns a mule for 140Sugar Grove cor Listen Antle sold a mare to Mr J Holladay for 175 and bought a 2year old filly from Hiram Miller for 100 Grant Collins bought a milch cow from Leslie McClister for 40Crocus cor THE HEN get T can examine all demand Insurance S is all Iyou MURRELL MILLER 39E3UD OODODBOBCJE Howard Russell bought a calf of aj Mr Workman 13 cor McIIKinley on mens and ladies low shoes all Have made big reductions prices this week Co 4f FOXES WANTED eaiand y Foxes200 to 2 W 0 450 to 100 dons rl i23 lAlcAndTUxpress nay otyoar 0xp g See IH first li tterj V Ji Vi k i T DGE t t jrJll xJ i Je t 5S a- diJ11 F LOUISVILLE MARKETS Latest Quotations on Live Stock CATTLE Shipping steer 600700 Beef steers 400675 Fat heifers and cows 4 006 25 Cutters 300400 Canners s 200300 Bulls i 275500 Feeders 400575 Stockers 300500 Choice milch cows ci 35005000 Common to fair cows 15003500 Choice 165 to 200 945 Mediums 130 to 165 945 ga 845 Roughs 875 iSHEEP AND LAMBSSBest Jambs 700900 Culls 300400 Fat sh eep A 375425 GRAIN j 125 Corn ioo Local Market The following is the Local Market given by SH Grinstead Co today Eggs 15 Hens v 12 Chickens L 18 aiTurkeys 4 V 6 to Geese 5 Ducks 7 Wool clear grease i 20 to 23 Wool washed 30 to 34 Hides green 7 to 8 Hides 15 to 18 Feathers 35 to40 Ginseng 5 to 5 75 Beeswax 25 to 28 DONT BLAME IWhen you bad eggs for theY were gbodQ when she laid them You Insurance Companies and you can Candle Eggs jj but after isnt it best to the kind of know good the time fl Q Columbia Ky ft Sell That Kind w 3i3aD8 30E30f3ES3 W for Absher Were over stocked cut styles on Russell VSauireelsv Yi Send Cam ba11sv Jri1- t HOGS Wheat dry I that Ladies ready = to = wear skirts and waists at re= duced prices this week at Russell Gos ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Administratorof Plff to Adair Circuit Court Notice By virture of a judgment rendered at the May term 1910 of the Adair Cir cuit court in the abdvee fYled action I wilt offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three months at the door of the Banking house of the Farmers Bank in Cane Valley Ky on Saturday the 18th day of June 1910at the hour of 1 aclockvp mjfour shares of Bank Stoekin Farmers Banko Cane Valley Kis bt the per value of one 1 j i r II JJrehave more bought to come yet that must be sold Our Buggies are all Jcontracted for and made up during tIthe winter months when ajl Factories J tJofiJIII Ifr WERE THERE ARE IMITATIONS The Genuine is to be Desired We have the GENUINE BROWN CULTIVATORS r Both Riding and Walking at the Right Prices l TilE DEERING BINDER WillSave Your GrainS ISee our Buggies and Harness before you buy lementsJ d tm and Hardware Store 1 Get our Prices THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE lthundre dollars each being the same stock owned by Myria H Moore de ceased The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security for the purchase price of said bank stock bearing six per cent per annum interest until paid W N Smith Admr of Myria fl Moore deceased Rowes X Roads forIt to plant yet and that was planted has come up very badly Wait and trust and pray on Marion Helm was sent to Lake land last week This is his second trip l Fount Selby has bought Bill Murphys gasoline mill and will ThenIl oingIrlk r f titlmake the seed backnoa ofr nftsiffy U The winter oats has nearly all it f gone to cheat and grass looks very well Haskens Clark has gone to Illinois My brother Richard Hadleyis 4 in very bad health cant live but a short time unless hevgets bet ten lIe is one of Co Gold 3rd Kentucky Infantry that saw the warof 61 to 65 Old aunt Annie Pierce is going fast with a rose cancer on herl face She is 85 years old and cant live only a short time We are greatly in need of a tthispJaceIa good opening for a good smith Here is a good house and garden ready a good store and pst office close good churches handy and school close v who will come and Occupy same ofDoctor a dary oicountry and no Doctor jcloee When we ge trek enough we dust have to dieE DoctorIcdmeto us and help Us to Iivei Jitt1e longer iJl 4jJ1 Ie4Tti + s 4 91 M 1y1st Brook NIRTERIAIt o 116E matrket St set ltoaisvi11e lentuckY Telephone 2167Both Phones 4 Get OUt Quota tion e on ELLWOODe FENCE BefOre you bUY We Will save + you MONEY 4 + + 4 4 HARDW S Pres J If COCKE Pres DIETZMAN Sec W T Pyne Mill Supply u Co ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1889 viILliWRIGJ4TS I cniiciiHzisDEALERS IN ENGINES BOILERS S AW MLIS GRIST MILLS FEED MILLS 1301 THIETeSNTHM flINt LOUISVILLE SMOKESTACKS Sheet Iron and Tank Work 59 JOBBING WORK 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i fJ the Adair County News and GourierJourna- lloth One Year for L5Q i J i T 11 f 1 t fJcrT r J pJmportantRoad Law The following act introduced by Senator C W Matthers of Nicholas was passed by the legislature and becomes a law next month It provides for keeping open the water tables or ditches of county roads and pro vidas penaities for closing them All parties living on turnpikes should become familiar with its provisions The law is as fol lowsThat it shall be unlawful for any one to obstruct the water tables of a turnpike or any pub lic road by putting a crossing either private or public over the water table of a public road with out providing a culvert of drain pipe of sufficient dimension to carry the full volume of water that may drain in this water ta ble or to curb it so as to impede the full flow of water It shall also be unlawful to plant trees telephone poles or fence in or closer than two and one half feet of the outer edge of the ditch so that a plow or machinery may be used in making widening or deepening them Any fencing tree or stone falling into a water table rolling down from above into it shall be removed within five days by owner of land which the obstruction was a part or any person not an owner trimming trees or cutting weeds or briars or any person placing any other obstruction in water table shall be liable for all damage done by turning water into the road bed and also two dollars for each day the obstruction has laid in the ditch longer than five days 2 It shall be the duty of the road overseer or county surveyor of roads to report every mis demeanor under this act with alII the evidence he may collect to the magistrate in whose district that part of the road may lay on the penalty of being indicted by the first grand jury for misfea sance in office and on conviction expelled from his office On this act becomming a law the fiscal court shall order it to be publish ed once each year for two years in some newspaper of general circulation published in their county3Any water table that may wash out deeper than necessary to carry the volume of the water drained and undermining the road bed or adjacent property by the permission of overseer or road supervisor the dith may be filled or damned to its proper size 4In making or repairing any part of a public road one sixth or more of all money so spentshall be used for the drain age of saidroad by making water tables and placing culverts or drainpipes of suitable number and size TA Dreadful Wound From a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature demands prompt treatment with Buck tens Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds as al so for Burns Boils Sores Skin Erup tions Eczema Chapped Hands Corns or Piles 25c at Pauil Drug Co Basil We are having plenty of rain Mr Peter Compton is no better at this writing Aunt Bet Coffey is able to be out again We are glad to know that she g- didafter of along as well as she getting hurtI Rev Walbert filled his regular appointment at Big Creek Aj large crwd attended y 1 I rrr Ii ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD OR REPAIR If so we can furnish anything you may need in rough or dressed Lumber Roof = ing Sash Doors and Blinds Columns of every description Our stock of Siding Ceiling Flooring and all kinds of Mould ing is manufactured from Dry Lumber We can furnish any material needed in our line and keep the largest and best assorted stock of Finishing Material of any firm in this section of the State Phone 44 SANDUSEIY COMPANYo COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 4 IThere was a singing at Mr Levi Harris last Sunday We had some good singers Prof Shively and Prof Bennett lead 1irs1FerkinHill and Mr John Diddle of Gradyville Sam Hill of Edmonton and a number of others Mrs Arenie Gowen of Sparks ville visited her son Charlie of Weed a few days ago Messrs Wyley and Chess Wil son visited their sister Mrs Hen ry Corbin of Sparksville last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Meda Moss visited Mrs Ida Wilson last Sunday Rev I F Payne and family visited at Mr Lis Coomers last Wednesday night wifeIry Nelson last Wednesday countty at el the first Sunday in June Rev I F Payne and family visited the family of Perry Nelson last Thursday Master Henry Payne visited Halice and Freeman Coomer last Wednesday night Mr George Frank Rexroat of Russell county visited his aunt Emline Wilson a few days ago Mr and Mrs Willie Hamilton visited Mr and Mrs Corbin Coomer of Breeding last week Rev Payne preached at Mt Pleasant the 5th Sunday in last monthMr and Mr John Wilson vis ited Mr Wiley Wilson and wife a few nights ago IMarvelous Discoveries hetage on telegrams without wires terrible war inventions to kill men and that wonder of wondersDr Kings New Discovery to save life when threatened by coughs colds jagrippe asthma croup Bron chitis hemorrhages hay fever and ForIIt relieves instantly Tats the surest cure James M Black of Asheville N C R R No4 writes it cured him of an obstinate cough after all other rem edies failed 50c and 1 GO A trial bottle free Guaranteed by Paull DrugCo Variety and Culture When one is planting a small fruit gaden p r an orchard it must b remembered that the matter of variety is no more important whichsthe plants receive Our most highly flavored fruit becomes in sipid when starved in growth and choked to death with weeds Two plants bushes or trees of the same sort and equally as vigorous at the start will bear L l 21Y 44 e0 t COLUMBIA BOTTLING COMPANY I Columbia Kentucky CONTRACT BOTTLERS OF t V MYtOCA It t My = Cola is made from the Original Coca Cola formula We also make anfull line of Pops and drinks including H GRAPE CASCADE GINGER ALE 4 e And the Leading Soda Pops v e fruit that will scarcely be recog nized by the taste as related to each other if one grows in a roomy rich well cultivated soil and the other grows and pro duces its fruit in a sodbound povertystricken soil and crowd ed among the trees or plants so that what sunshine Reaches its branches has to steal in by many ways Crop Damage Time alone will tell the extent of the injury to crops done by the recent storm which swept over the South and middle West We are told that hundreds of millions worth p f prospective crops have been destroyed in cluding all the fruit of the Mid die West and a large proportion of the cotton of the South Proba bly these reports have been much exaggerated and we shall have less than a total failure where everything is said to be gone now Total failures over wide areas are not very frequent but serious injury has no doubt resulted from the early develop ment and the late freeze in a vast agricultural territory fMule 52 Years Old A special to the Nashville Ban ner from Camden says Benton county can boast of probably the oldest mule in Tennessee owned by Uncle Bob Mitchell residing in District No 10 six miles from Camden The mule is 52 years old and still active and able to visit the county seat once Q r twice a months This mule help ed to pull the first steam flouring mill i n the county fortynine years ago When this mule comes to town it attracts a crowd almost equal to the candidates for Congress tJncle Bob feels proudof hisS i i u mule which has already passed the half century mark and would not part with him for any amount of money To Sell Eggs by Weight Representative Alexander o f New York has introduced a bill to compel the sale of eggs by weight instead of by number as now Eggs to be used for hatch ing purposes are declared exempt A fine of 5 for each violation of the weight provision is proposed by the bill- Some members of the House found amusement in the fact that the Alexander measure was referred t o the Committee on Coinage Weights and Measures Why not The hen is the hard est working mint in the land and coins more dollars every year than the gold output of the United States Comet Insurance One George Washington of Dallas Texas is a frenzied fi nance king among the colored people in this city George is doing a land office business at the in urance game and is advertising J in the Help Wanted columnFor bits down and two bits a week he is insuring East Side negroes against any damage from Halleys comet In his 300 insurance policy he agrees to pay the beneficiary the money pro vided the insured dies as a result of Halleys comet cleverly add ing a clause No damage for freight alone To a white friend George con fided tha t he was sure of success dat comet hits dis ol earth lEfreckons Ahll go wid de rest an wont have to pay any claims Of cose Ahll not gwine ter jpay anything unless something iii pens j1 11 i r wTY t 1 rTr I w T r I t tpEU i iiIE1 THECADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 Womans Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from female ailments Some women suffer more acutely and havelittleshould take Wine of Cardui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in gredients It acts easily on the female organs and gives strength and tone to the whole sys- temTAKECARDUI J38 The Womans Tonic writesCarduiIwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to no avail so I took Oardui and inside of three days I was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES Rugby Misses Drucie and Bertha Page of Sparksville were visiting at Mr Woiford Pages Saturday and Sunday irittteShelby Brake of Breed ing is visiting his grandparents this week Mr and Mrs Joe BrakeMrs Minnie Rowe is on the sick list this week Mr Finis Strange and Mr Henry Gaston were at Fairplay one day last week Mrs Frank Coomer was visiting her daughter one day last week Mrs Harriet Janes G W Janes and family were visiting Mr Janes parents Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Nellie Royse of Dirigo Js a visiting her parents one day last week Mr and Mrs Russell Shive were visiting Mrs Shives mother Saturday night It seems like cool weather is going to pay us a regular visit alLsummer We are afraid there is not going to be much made this comming year Mr and Mrs Woiford Page visiting at Weed Saturday and SundayMrs Eren Yarberry was visit ing her sister last week Mrs Dea Pape V There is a great deal of sick ness in our community Helm Since our last writing we have been having lots of rain and the weeds are showing to a great ex tent and unless the farmers can get to work very soon they will have more weeds than grain or potatoes Mr Thomas with Arould shoe Co Knoxville and Mr Staton With Cumberland grocery Co Bin nsi e have recently been calling ononr merchants work I ef all kind Mrs C S Blankenship who has been very sick is reported betterThe huckster wagon run by Aaron Bros this place every Monday regular Miss Maggie Wooldridge was the pleasant guest of Miss Ghoul Helm last Saturday and Sunday We are having good boating water in the river at this writing and the steamers are making good use of it Owing to the continuous wet weather there is quite a lot of corn yet not planted There have been two new tele phcnes put on the line between here and Creelsboro one at G S Blankenship and the other at E Manns place Miss Dona Helm of this place is with her cousin Miss Alva Knight at the L W T S while being confined to her room with measles lsIbororecently Mr John Wheat of Denmark was in our midst last week Longstreet We are having plenty tof rain this week Our roads are as bad in some places as they were back in the winterThere are several new cases of sickness in this neighborhood at present Julia the little daughter of J S Wade fell one day last week and broke her arm T J Wilson and wife were visiting John Beadley andfamily- one night this week Mrs W W Owens was visit ing Mrs J B Wade one day this week I have eight milk cows for sale L B Cain Columbia Ky 292t t l4e00OV0 OOOOOOO OOO O000Od HO z FRANK CORCORANo OHigh Grade e Marble 9GraniteiCemetery makes See US before yti fciy iRepresent dby C G JEFFRIES in this art4j j11 adjoining counties J i C f Main Street Lebanon Ky i M p t Sano IThe weather remains cold for May but there is being a heap of corn planted in the neighborhood now The birthday jdinner at Dock Brockmaus last Sunday was en joyed by many of his friends andrelatives The table was well furnished with most every thing that is good to eat The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely with good attendance We all are looking forward to the time when we can move our Sunday school to the new church house which is being erected at this placer Ono Mr and Mrs Ed Richards were visiting Mr and Mrs Brewery Meece last Sunday Messrs J R Luttrell W W Owens and J J Robertson were in Columbia one day this week Mr Jones a traveling sales man for the Cumberland Gro cery Company of Burside was here this week Prof J C Bradley will begin a singing school at Salem next Sunday May 22nd Mr Brono Merkley and Mr Ambros Smith of Fonthill were with us one day this week There are many who are still looking for the comet which has done passed Some say it will be brighter than ever yet Mr Attis Popplewell was here one day last week a Sugar Grove Those that have been on the sick list are all improving but Mrs Dishman she is still bed fastMrs Flora Sparks who was unconsious for about a week withspinal trouble is able to be up All the doctors andmost every body else gave her up to die but she finally pulled through This was the second attack for her and we hope the third one wont overtake her The wet weather has delayed some people in this neighbor hood about planting corn There will be several peaches and apples on the creek if they dont fall off A traveling preacher by the name of Aushern spent the night at C W Garretts Satur day night Mr Rippiejtoe was delivering tombstones last week He spent the night at Mr Newton Garrett they had bought two sets of stones from him and delivered them Friday The grave yard on the head of big Renox was fenced in Sat urday and it will be cleaned off and finished up some time in August Eddie Garrett is preparing to build him a new residence on the land he and his father pur chased from the Cole heirs near Becks Store Mr and Mrs Eddie Garrett Mr and Mrs Charlie Garrett and daughter j Cora went to Burkesville Wednesday shop ping Mrs Eva Cole has been right sick r for a few daysI Mr William Coffey and Ulis Garrett killed a rattle snake one day last week Robert Lloyd has been very feeble for 18rr better now f f yt x Mrs Julia Lloyd has been very sick Aunt Julia is getting very old she is close to ninety Johnie Jones who has been in school at Bowling Green for the past few months is at home He was called home when his sister was dangerously sick Mr Marvin Petty is going to put up a supply of groceries at Becks Store He will occupy the store house belonging to C C TraylorIrvin Lloyd and Winfrey are doing good business at Becks Store The people like to trade with them Macomb III If you will spare me a little space I will write a few lines- I came to this State in 1907 3 years ago and think its a fine country Some of the people are very sociable while others are not there is some of the people here that is after all the dollars they can get They had rather some else would make it and them lone around and get it by being dishonest This is a fine place for wheat corn and oats all kinds of grasses grow well clover in abundance We had a frost in April that killed all of the fruit People dont think there will be half crop of wheat this year on the account of the weather and the fly All the far mers are buisy planting corn some planted early I thinkwill have to replant 1 live ten miles south of Macomb I will ifbthis misses the waste basket I will write again We receive the news every Friday and en joy reading it Yours truly Mrs J W Cobb Kerns Crops dont look very good in this neighborhood- Mr Crawford Redmon who has been ill for some time is very low at this writing- J W Kerns is a little better at this writing W W Bradshaw organized a Sunday school at the Allen school house last Sunday Born to the wife of Ed Curry on May 11th a girl Mr Melvin Judd and sister visited Miss Cordelia Campbell last Sunday Born to the wife of Alec Sin clair on the 16th of May a 12 r pound girl The meeting at Allen schoolhouse last Sunday conducted by Bro Twyford was largely at tendedMrs Martha Powell wife of Montie Powell if very low with consumption J H Kerns merchant of this place is having a nice trade Mrs Martha Kerns has been very poorly for several days with rheumatism Casner III Editor News twill endeaver to write a few lines to my good old home paper thinking a few words would be appreciated by my many friends havelb3ckup here in Macon county Illinois in the black land corn belt If any of you boys that know me should get out of a job and want one come to this place and yow can get plenty of work todo here The people have just be 000OOOp000000G 00000000 p fAi8 6OURIEItJOURM I e Editori IIs a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without I fear or favor The regular prIce is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY I AND COURIER THE DAROUNTY NE tiSI BOTH ONE YEARo t irpor 150i- f Ir t you will give otsend your order to this paper nob1 to the CourIerJournal I e Daily Cdurier Journal Yr S600 jj 2OOee tWe can give you a combination cut rate= on Daily or Sunday if you will writerthis paper L eeeoeoee xi s oeeeooooeoooooooeoeeeeeeoooeoooo Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky IS NOW OFFERING A CAR LOAD EACH StudebakerBirdsell riilburn = =WagonsAacarlload o- fOliver Chilled Plows A car load of Disc Harrows A car load o- fCultivatorsII One= Horse Corn Corn Planters Drills andI Will have the greatest and finest display of Buggies and other Vehicles ever shown in this Green River Country ready for Spring trade f LIME I SALT AND CEMENT ASPECIAL LINE Will deliver any kind of Farm Implements at any station on the L N RR Woodson LewisThe Merchant Greensburg Ky Mail orders promply attended to gun to plant corn here I guess all the farmers in Adair county are done planting- I have been reading the newspapers here this Spring and can- tl see anything very interest ing So I send for my old home v papar for three months Wej tL have been having lots of comet talkin the newspapers here I closey vMV i Charlie Burton t r t t 4 ii 8 r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS cj 1 dt i Grad illetl iiJ 1 Did h rldW WfYa ryr es t pent i few days riht Louisville- lastt 1eek W7ljT Button of Glasgow spent a few days here list week Mrs Kate Montgomery of Co dumb ia spent last week with rel atives at this place Al Pedigo the wellknown stock man of Glasgow was in our midst the first of the week Rev Cave of tolumbia filled his regular appointment here last Sunday with a very interesting discourse V Mr and Mrs J D spent several days in last week We had a very hard rain last Tuesday that made our eree very high for several hours bu no serious damage was done ex cept people were a little bit alarmed for a short while l Quite a number from this place i attended the funeral of Mr E T Keltner at the Tarter ceme i y tery last Wednesday afternoon Miss Mollie Flowers who has x been in school at Russellville for several months returned home v last Thursday Miss Mary Caldwell Milltown spent a few days of last week with Mrs Moss at this placess Our farmers made good use o- the f few days of sunshine latter part of last week and consequent ly there are a number of acres of ground prepared for tobacco s We are glad to note that we have no new cases of measles and all the old cases are about well Do not be afraid of measles at this place for there is none here now J P Hutchison the produce man of Columbia was in ourI mjclst last Thursday looking fine and says his business is good- J A Wilmore who has been in Lexington in school for the past term returned home last Monday to spend the vacation on farmMr Lowe of Columbia called in to see us while on his way to Edmonton one day last week with a full line of shoe and prices to meet competition Mr Huston Roach one of our oldest citizens died on the 24th with a complication of diseases Mr Roach was a good man andt will be missed in this community Mr John Simpson of Breeding was with us one day last week and had on exhibition one of the most complete irons for ironing clothes that has ever been presented to the people be yond a question This is some thing that every lady should be interested in as warm weathe- fastis approaching and a major ity of them know how difficult v jt is to get fuel during the hot months Besides all of this there is no heat attached to this iron It is certainly a great in vention for the ladies Mr Simpson will give you all a call in the near fnture f Rev J R Crawford of C Vvflumbia will preach at the Met xdist church in our city the first Sunday night in June Every body invited to attend One of the saddest occurrences that has ever happened in this f community took place last Wednesday J afternoon when Curt 4 ipStephen Accidentally shot himself feiin the right arm near the shoul 1 der The wound jwas so severe necessarytJ Drs Grissom Hindmau and Wagi goner of Columbia were called and amputated the arm Every thing that can be done by skilled physicians loving parents and friends for his relief is being done and it is hoped by his many friends that he will soon recover Married on the 22nd at Burks vi lIe Miss Carry an accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Al fred Butler of Cloyd Landing to Mr Otho Moore of Weed Mr Moore contributes to the nicercongratuelate him on being so fortundte in winning the affections of this aks stepts of life that their paths may bestrewn with flowers Immediate ly after the ceremony was pronounced the happy couple start ed for the home of the groo where a bountiful repast was served with many of their friends and relatives Mr W T Flowers of Bowling Green who has been visiting his daughter Mrs Curt Hind man for the past month made himself a firstclass boat while here It is well adapted to ou- tream We understand tha this is one of the first that h has made and it moves out with perfect success Mr Flowers with a few of his intimate friend- are using it now on Russell creek and are catching some very fine fish We understand that Mr Flowers will go by water to his home on this boat and will launch out in a few days IRussellSprings L 0 Phelps of Jamestown was here Wednesday Dr Elam Harris and Walter Stearmanrbf Esto were in town calling on old friends Monday Mrs Rounds is teaching a private class in music for a few weeks at her Irvin IsbelL homeIKinney being gone last week sMr Barnes mother of Prof Barnes who has been quite ill fur several days is improving Harry and Estus Mitchell of Eli called on friends here Thurs day Come again boys Miss Mollie Burchett of Albany is here with her brother Leo and studying music Everyone is glad to see theI sun shine once more Sunday school convention at the Baptist church Friday night Saturday and SundayIMr Geo completerd and will leave in a few days for the city to purchase counters furnishings c t Miss Abel Marcum is visiting in JamestownLittle Graham is quit sick Miss Cora Conover visited her brother here last week Mr Walter G ffwasin our nighthMaster Hobart Wilson is visi ing his grand father Wilson at Felix vr Kept The King at Home T for the past year we have kept the King of all laxativesDr Kings New Life Pillsin our home and they veinproved a blessing to all you family YIIatPauUBrug Co y K1i Dunnville TThemeasJesJ is about a thing of the pain this community Mr and Mrs R L Dickinson and baby left for Louisville last Monday morning They will be gone for several days Rev Crit Baker filled his regu lar appointment at Luttrell creek last Sunday Miss Effie Pelley who has been attending s c h o 01 at Russell Springsreturnedhome a few days agoIJ F Pelley has gone into the poultry business He is having fine success so far Mrs Lona Pierce who has been very sick for some time is better at this time Mr J C Pelley was in Russell Springs last week Mr L T Dickinson who has been attending school at Russell Springs eturned home last Sunday mOur farmers as usual raised large tobacco crops last winter but we have failed to see any fields being set yet Several from this end of the county were at Liberty last Fri day and Saturday taking the ex amination beenr atthomeeWednesdayMr Cundiff of Liberty weeksJoe Thomas was in Lexington last week While gone h e bought a new buggy W G Ellis of Pellyton was here last week e j Sano f There were many in this sec tion disappointed May 18 They were expecting to see the ele ments all a flame lighted up by Halleys comet but to their sur prise the comet did not come Mr John C White and wife who recently went to Arkansas got back last week Bro Turner delivered a very interesting sermon at Bryant school house last Sunday evening and didnt ask for money T W Bryant merchant is having a lively trade IIIvisitedThursday There were a good many from this place attended the singing at Oak Grove There was a large crowd and the music was excel ent A Tribute of Respect Mrs Eliza Lucinda McKinley the devoted wife of Mr Solomon McKinley peacefully passed over the River of Death Tuesday afternoon May 24 1910 The de ceased was born near Russell Springs Ky November 291849 and was married to her surviving Dee cember 22 1868 In young womanhood she was modest and unassuming hence she was well known throughout the neighbor hood every body being her fondtof her company as rnianr1o ble traits of character inspired and drew close rendly relation ship JThe year before she mar JJ ried in 1867 she professed faith her Savior united with the Methodest Church Mt Pleasant near Esto Ju9sellr c o u n ty February 12 i870y she removed with her husband from Russell county to Adair county jier diiITtch KH membership bem ans- ferr J tit ed to the organization fat- dear Spring where she remained a consistent follower of her Sa vior until the final dissolution She leaves besides her husband eight children three daughters and five sons all grown and well known to a great many people of Adair county To those who have been so sorely bereft we extend our deepest sympathy trusting that the balm of Gilead will heal their bleeding hearts t Absher Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely Every body invited to attend Farmers are getting far behind with their work owing to the recent v v rains Eld F J Barger will preach at Egypt the 2ndSunday in this month Mr Sam Grant who has been on an extended visit to Missouri returned home last Friday Mr Grant is well pleased with the people and thinks it a fine coun try Misses Bertha and Audra Dil lingham spent Saturday and Sun I of i with Mr is on the Wade and Ina of Ky Mr and Mrs B this week Mr and James at and Mr and Mrs spent last week at WA H son and the of James Green river been past ing for days the failed to reach on of high water Mr Willie spent with his cousin Mrs Ethyl of Plum Emma and Clara spent night their uncle Moore and were home by their Miss Ester and Willie Moore Miss Laura spent Sun Miss Zella East T er spent at Mrs M A while en route for Mr H and spent at b Mr i NJtIi CfEJJ1 J JORDAN r t The in Kentucky will make the season atlhis home in Gradyville Ky at 1500 to insure a and right has sired more colts than any horse in Kentucky and his are the ones more money Ethan oWlpriceforStates come to this to they are the ones thathave other out of in this 1st the horse stood the test and has proven Eto be the He is the only horse in this ever sired a colt which sold for 70000 at old There havebeen a of JOR DANS colts sold for from 300 to 700 and a of them year old sold for from 500 Has any other olts in this sold for half of If they some one will say something about it the of the News I want to know where they are Dont let the other feller make you their horse is good r for you know it is not your mare toJoDAN and a colt and a good one t i W r HAHNA9S GREEN SEAL THE TO WEAR PAINT NOTHING IN IT be that will improve it Every Essential Quality V Pigments scientifically combined and ground in Pure Linseed Oil Vx a Little Lead a Lot Zinc but a LOT OF andLITTLE Costs more to make but the it 1 FOR SALE BY JEFFRIES HARDWARE COLUMBIA KENTUCKY day anafMrs LHI- FeeseMr Bunnie Rice sick listMr Hanibal daughter Lexington revisiting J Robertson Sherrill visited relatives Holmes Saturday Sunday WA Rice one day HumphressMr J daughter family Cooley Saturday has ford several and mail Knifley account Thomas Sunday night Russell Point Misses Ro bertson with MrDM accompanied cousins Ethyl Mr Holmes dawith IDr Z Gabbert arid daught Grace Sunday night Brockman Columbia and Mrs J Morris children Fridaynight Drewy M9 f- Jtt I PEACOCK best breeder present living coltpsound JORDAN colts that bring country buy put stallions business country JORDAN that has best country that 2 years number that number 3 andover tol000 horses country these prices have please through columns believe as asJoEDSN Bring get LGrady 1c MADE bu- LACKING t what should there NOTHING Possesses finely Not and LEAD ZINC peoplevant THE STORE Russell Ingram Martin visited Monday Moores southern Miss Ella Humphress spent last Thursday night with Miss Bettie Bryant Misses Ethyl Moore and Clara Robertson spent Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs S W AbsherMr Cooley is erecting a large feed barn which when corn pleted will add much to the ap pearance of his place Mrs M A Brockman is the guest of her daughter Mrs Z T Gabbert of Roley this week Mrs Bettie Cunningham of Cane Valley spent several days of last week With his cousin Mr W P Dillingham of this place Mr and Mrs S L Smith and children Claud and Eslella spent Monday with Mr and Mrs De laney Robertson Mr Sam Grant who has just returned home from Carrollton Mo spent Tuesday night at H B Robertsons Mrs Elizabeth Cooley was the pleasant guest of her daughter Mrs R L Dillingham last Wednesday Miss Emma Fardwick and Jeff Cooley were visiting their uncle Mr J H Martin one day last week Milltown Mr J CJ Calhon of near omfcmunity several days ofrtlastweeka t collecting the debts due from nis tisaMr Cleve Thomas of Corfiin is visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity Miss Celeste Shirley who has been attending the Normal School in Bowling Green has returned home Miss Minnie Rogers who has been attending the L WTS has returned home Russells creek was higher here last Wednesday than it Has been this year causing much damage Will Ingram of Camp Knox was here last week J r Rev Rood filled his regular ap pointment here last Sunday V Mr G A Beard has been on the sick list but is bettertlHc week MrJ R Tutt Jr reports much damage done to the crops of Blue SpringJbranch caused by heavy rains tOnboys here are doing more fishihg than work T4ofuI Aver onas near Campbell ville J acvholives t- the tail of the comet the other dnotbeenswepthishou8eawsyr Av